- Linked Title Southern Humanities Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 49 Number 4, 2016
This issue features essays, short stories, and poems by new and established writers, including work by Patricia Foster, G. C. Waldrep, Sara Schaff, Doug Ramspeck, R. T. Smith, and Andrea Jurjević. A special poetry section features the winner, runners-up, and finalists of our 2015 Auburn Witness Poetry Prize Honoring Jake Adam York: Mark Wagenaar, Susan O’Dell Underwood, Doug Rutledge, Mehul Bhagat, Ryan Black, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Meghan Dunn, Jennifer Givhan, Pamela Hart, Susanna Lang, Ansley Moon, and Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib.
- Linked Title Posit
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, September 2016
We are always excited to announce a new issue of Posit, even if it comes at the eleventh hour of this unsettling socio-political moment. As it happens, the current issue has work which we find relevant to our current collective unease. So we hope you will take time out from fretting to discover exceptional new poetry and prose by Michael Palmer, Fady Joudah, Sharon Mesmer, Felino A. Soriano, Sharon Dolin, Sheila E. Murphy, Jeffrey Jullich, Stephen Massimilla, Simon Perchik, Anne Gorrick, Eric G. Wilson, and Marvin Schackelford. Plus spectacular visual art by Christopher Adams, Kate Brown, John Hundt, Yura Adams, and Renee Robbins.
- Linked Title Michigan Quarterly Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 55 Number 3, Summer 2016
Susan Choi stirs the waters in the 2016 Hopwood Lecture, Pearl Abraham sifts memories of her troubled relationship with her Orthodox rabbi father, Natalie Bakopoulos sorts through the tangled relationship at the heart of Elena Ferrante’s four Neapolitan novels. Fiction: Mark Brazaitis, Cynthia Dockrell, Beth Kissileff, Barbara Krasner, Matthew Lansburgh, Monica McFawn, Elizabeth Poliner. Poetry: Natalia Romero (translated by Seth Michelson), Felicia Zamora.
- Linked Title Lalitamba
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Annual 2016
Lalitamba 2016 features NY county jail correspondence; the bond between man and mink; Lakota wisdom from the Black Hills; and tributes to A.R. Ammons, Denise Levertov, and Sandra Cisneros. Contributors include Joel Allegretti, Guy R. Beining, Lisa Bellamy, Richard Alan Bunch, Michael Cadmus, Richard Campbell, Ruth Ann Dandrea, Gloria Dyc, Laura Eklund, Allen Forrest, Kathy French, Larry E. Graham, Thomas Penn Johnson, Sameer Joshi, Marilyn Joy, Sarah Katharina Kayß, Eleanor Kedney, Ray Keifetz, W.F. Lantry, Lyn Lifshin, John McCarthy, Elizabeth Moller, B.Z. Niditch, Ayaz Daryl Nielsen, Ed O’Casey, Haya Pomrenze, Elisavietta Ritchie, Matt Schumacher, David Swallow, Jr., Linda Swanberg, Z.G. Tomaszewski, and more.
- Linked Title The Kenyon Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 38 Number 5, September/October 2016
KR explores and celebrates literary science writing both online and in print this season. How does science inspire the literary imagination? Can science writing be a literary art? Find a wealth of new writing reflecting the interplay between literature and science, curated and introduced by associate editor Sergei Lobanov-Rostovsky, and in contemporaneous editions of KROnline. Enjoy invigorating fiction by Andrew Ladd, Anne Valente; drama by Karen Malpede; nonfiction by Helen Betya Rubinstein, Jill Sisson, Joseph Osmundson; dazzling poetry from Rafael Campo, Leah Falk, Laura Kolbe; and art by Suzanne Stryk.
- Linked Title Copper Nickel
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 23, Fall 2016
Copper Nickel Issue 23 features stories by George Brookings, Dan Mancilla, Evelyn Somers, & Liz Wyckoff; essays by Anuradha Bhowmik, Traci Brimhall, & Ursula Brooks; poetry by Jennifer Atkinson, Adrian Blevins, Justin Boening, Stephen Burt, John Chávez, Okla Elliott, Chloe Honum, Christopher Howell, Randall Mann, Eric Pankey, Anand Prahlad, Christopher Santiago, Martha Silano, Susan Tichy, Nicholas Wong, & others; & translations of work by Polish poets Jerzy Ficowski (translated by Jennifer Grotz & Piotr Sommer) & Grzegorz Wróblewski (translated by Piotr Gwiazda) and Bosnian prose writer Shoba (translated by Paula Gordon). Cover art by Mario Zoots.
- Linked Title Boulevard
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 94, Fall 2016
Featuring new work by Zeina Hashem Beck, Diana M. Chien, Jerry Harp, Clarence Major, Shara McCallum, Joyce Carol Oates, Kevin Prufer, Mark Rudman, Anis Shivani, and many more writers, both award-winning and emerging. Also: surrealistic and enchanting cover art by Rafal Olbinski, Josuak Idaszak's winning 2015 Fiction Contest story, and a symposium on technology within writing.
- Linked Title The Baltimore Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date 2016
Baltimore Review 2016 is a compilation of all poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction published in the summer and Fall 2015 and Winter and Spring 2016 online issues, including contest winners. Now celebrating 20 years of publishing.