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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 22, August 2015 online
In this issue, find a couple of special folios, including one on the Mongrel Coalition Against Gringpo, and a folio of Romani art and writing. In our regular sections, Hong Kong poet Nicholas Wong has curated an eclectic selection of poets. Our Fiction Editor Sybil Baker brings us four stories that show how porous the boundaries between countries, genres, and consciousness are. Lily Hoang, our Nonfiction Editor, elicits the conveyer belt and the Möbius strip in her selection of a group of hybrid essays and reportage. Translation Editor Anna Rosenwong highlights a group of experiments demonstrating the variety in translation.
In the Fall 2015 issue of Glimmer Train are new stories by Julian Zabalbeascoa, Stephen Langlois, Shannon F. O’Neill, Paul Crenshaw, Robyn L. Strong, M. Sean Rosenberg, Caro Beth Clark, Melanie Lefkowitz, Geoff Wyss, Jo Lloyd, Stephen Dixon, and Douglas W. Milliken. Also included in this issue is an interview with Matt Bell and Benjamin Percy by Jeremiah Chamberlin.
In this issue, you will read short stories and creative nonfiction pieces that use New Orleans as a backdrop or as an explicit topic, and you will find work from writers who currently live in New Orleans. We are proud to say that two of these pieces are from young writers who are currently studying at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA). Fiction by Larry Ellis, Gregg Kleiner, Robert Earle, and Sarah Rolinski; nonfiction by Louise McKinney and Nicola Preuss; and visual art from Stephen Smith and Susan Erickson.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 28, Spring 2015
The first issue of Inch under its new editor, Matthew Poindexter, features fiction by Amy Weldon and poetry by Joshua Coben, Michael McFee, and Kimberly O'Connor.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 21 Number 3, Summer 2015
Outliers with Boundaries
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 2, Summer 2015
Fiction issue edited by Lauren Groff
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 79, Fall 2015
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 9, September 2015
Wall Street is Choking Our Cities: How they can fight back through collective bargaining by Saqib Bhatti
Writers explore the boundaries of their patience as they wait for a missing family member's return; for sleep to come; for doctors, planes, or the next good wave. Featuring prize-winning essays by Joe Fassler and Sue William Silverman. Plus, Dinty W. Moore considers the murky origins of the term "creative nonfiction"; Maggie Messitt dissects the art of immersion reporting; books that took lifetimes to write; and more.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date August 2015 online
Our latest issue features new work by Kaveh Akbar, Robert Clinton, Rico Craig, John Paul Davis, Will Harris, Drew Knapp, Ruth Lehrer, Craig O'Hara, Nicholas Olson, Celeste Rapone, Brad Rose, Sarah Sarai, and Deborah Trowbridge. Also, our resident critic, Spencer Dew, reviews work by Bob Brown, Grant Faulkner, and Annelyse Gelman. Thanks for the read! Also, we'd like to welcome Steve Castro as our new Assistant Poetry Editor. You can find out more about him on our about page. He began reading submissions in August, and in the coming months you'll be able to read his picks from the slush. See you in September.
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