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After the Orlando massacre, resisting homophobia and anti-Muslim bigotry / Perspectives on “Bernie Sanders and Beyond”/ What is the political revolution? / Muhammad Ali, Freedom Fighter / Shahrzad Mojab on capitalism’s refugee crisis / Michael Lowy on the Brazilian coup and Latin America / Ursula McTaggart on James McBride’s Reimagining John Brown and Harper’s Ferry / Debating the Haymarket Affair / Alan Wald on Enzo Traverso’s FIRE AND BLOOD.

New poems by Robin Becker, Victoria Chang, Forest Hamer, Edward Hirsch, Gregory Orr, and Crystal Williams. Essays by Bhishham Bherwani, Eve Grubin, and Ed Pavlic.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 195, Spring 2016

The Spring 2016 issue of Cimarron Review features poetry by Lori Wilson, Alexandra Teague, Leslie McGrath, Joannie Stangeland, Michael Mark, Aaron Vaughn Poochigian, Sandra McPherson, Ephraim Scott Sommers, Marty McConnell, Megan Denton Ray, Maxine Scates, Reyes Ramirez, Janet McNally, Marlys West, Taisia Kitaiskaia, M. Ann Hull, Aaron Krol, and fiction by Marvin Shcackelford, Patti Jazanoski, David Galef, and Sherri H. Hoffman. This issue's cover art is by Sabrina Barnett.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 2, Summer 2016

The Summer 2016 issue of Colorado Review features fiction by Edward Hamlin and nonfiction by Wendy Rawlings, Stephanie Harrison, and Emily Strasser. Plus: poetry by Rennie Ament, Marco Maisto, G.C. Waldrep, Christina Davis, Catherine Pierce, and more. 

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15, 2016

Shaun O’Dell’s illustration graces the covers of our 2016 issue. Inside, find the winners of the 2016 Dogwood Literary Prizes: Anna Leahy, C.A Cole, and Esteban Ismael. Also included in this issue is nonfiction by Stephanie Dickinson, poetry by John Sibley Williams and Ann Keniston, and fiction by LaTanya McQueen and Teresa Burns Gunther.

This issue, under new editorship, features 2015 contest winners (listed first) and finalists—in fiction, Matthew Lansburgh, Miriam Cohen, and Jacob M. Appel; in creative nonfiction, Melanie Thorne and Carol Smith; and in poetry, Christine Poreba and Rachel Contreni Flynn. We also include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and graphic narrative by Elly Bookman, Jim Daniels, Sonya Huber, David Kirby, Lisa Lewis, John Lundberg, Jory Mickelson, Matt Miller, Simeon Mills, Maria Nazos, Jennifer O’Grady, Marjorie Stelmach, Dariel Suarez, Mark Wagenaar, Rachel Jamison Webster, and more, including reviews of books by Vince Czyz, Erica Dawson, and Monica McFawn. Cover art by Devi Laskar.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 38 Number 4, July/August 2016

New poetry by Marilyn Hacker, Rodney Jones, Fady Joudah, Laura Kasischke, Vénus Khoury-Ghata, Michael Ryan, Safiya Sinclair, Javier Zamora. Nonfiction by David Bergman and Nick Neely. Fiction by Neil Mathison. Drama by Todd Hearon. A book review essay by David S. Reynolds.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Issue 2, June 2016

In the “Ceylon” issue, find work by Jim Whitten, Ellen Mary Hayes, Charles Rammelkamp, Connolly Ryan, B.W. Archer, Alexandra D’Italia, Anthony Westcott, and more, with cover art by Roopa Dudley and Marta Stawska. 

Essays from Mary Ebbott on pain’s resistance to language from Homer to the McGill Pain Questionnaire; from Ian Ganassi’s new translation from the Aeneid to works by Rob Hardy, and Nathaniel G. Nesmith’s interview with the playwright Steve Carter; Ning Ken’s call for Chinese fiction that confesses the realities of China, a confessional by Eric Severn, and two prefaces from Keats. Fiction this time comes from Leslie Bazzett, Ben Eisman, Becky Hagenson, Kate Petersen, Anne Raeff, and Tyler Sage. And poets in this issue are Cortney Lamar Charleston, Martha Collins, Ben Jackson, Wayne Miller, Dewrek Mong, Mark Neely, Maxine Scates, Safiya Sinclair, Bruce Snider, Brian Teare, Ryan Teitman, and Karen van de Graaf. 

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 208 Number 4, July/August 2016

This year, our annual double issue includes a translation portfolio and a portfolio of Pacific Islander poetry. Poems by Francis Ponge, Daniela Danz, Sappho, Ernst Jandl, Federico García Lorca, Craig Santos Perez, Robert Sullivan, Brandy Nālana McDougall, Teresia Teaiwa, and many others.

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