- Linked Title Big Muddy
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15 Number 1, 2015
This issue features the winners of the Mighty River Short Story contest (Oregon writer and Prague Summer Program for Writers scholarship recipient Hannah Gildea, "Cottonmouth") and the Wilda Hearne Flash Fiction contest (Missouri writer Jeannine Dorian Vesser, "That Summer") as well as poetry, essays, and fiction from Jean-Mark Sens, Louisiana; Monic Ductan, Georgia; Michael J. Hess, Canada; Ron McFarland, Idaho; Bill Glose, Virginia; and A. Loudermilk, Maryland; and others.
- Linked Title The Fiddlehead
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 264, Summer 2015
The Fiddlehead summer fiction issue is here, and it’s the perfect read whether you’re lounging at the beach or sitting in a hammock. Spend those long, lazy, hazy days of summer, luxuriating in the fictional worlds gathered here. Enjoy stories from Rachel Adams, Paige Cooper, Rob Doyle, Charlie Fiset, Cynthia Flood, Kevin Hardcastle, Mark Jacquemain, Paul Leathers, D.R. MacDonald, Mona’a Malik, Rod Moody-Corbett, Kathy Page, Alice Petersen and Daniel Woodrell. There are also book reviews and the cover artwork is from Peter Salmon’s painting “Loyalist City Towing III.”
- Linked Title Meat for Tea
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9 Issue 2, June 2015
Welcome to our Fond issue! Inside you’ll find new work by Terry Sanville, Stan Lovasik, Connolly Ryan, Bill Wolak, Daniel Aristi, J.T. Townley, and more, as well as Danish poetry translated by Michael Goldman. This issue's cover art "Wooly Bear Wakes" is by Perry Carter with back cover art by Jeff Hudson.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 49, July 2015
This issue has new work by Bruce Bond, Christopher Crawford, Beckian Fritz Goldberg, Arielle Greenberg, Kelle Groom, Karl Kirchwey, Frannie Lindsay, Suzanne Lummis, Tara Skurtu, Bruce Smith, and Jim Somers. Joshua Mensch and A. J. Hauner translate poetry by Sylva Fischerová, and this month’s Featured Selection focuses on David Clewell. Finally, New Work Received this month includes pieces from Daniel Tobin, Carrie Etter, Annette Barnes, Nin Andrews, Dore Kiesselbach, Arthur Vogelsang, Charles Harper Webb, and more.
- Linked Title Ruminate
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 35, Summer 2015
Poetry on lost and found words, Alzheimer’s, aphasia, and waiting centuries for breath from Esteban Ismael, Skye Shirley, Jason Tandon, and Christopher Yates. Essays on hearts open to the world, the words we carry with us, and naked silence from Elizabeth Dark Wiley and Shannon Huffman Polson. Visual art on fictitious structures, imaginary landscapes, and making a visual language from Zahra Nazari and Eunice Choi. Also in this issue: the 2015 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize winner: “Blessed are the Pure in Heart” by D.L. Mayfield.
- Linked Title Southern Humanities Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Number 4, 2015
This issue features short stories by Hallie Johnston and Ron Schafrick, an essay by Webb Harris, Jr., and a special poetry section devoted to the winners of our first annual Auburn Witness Poetry Prize Honoring Jake Adam York. You can read three prize-winning poems by Amanda Gunn and stunning work from our two runners-up—Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach and Shara Lessley—as well poems from a group of finalists that includes Lauren Camp, Kai Carlson-Wee, Anna Leahy, Enid Shomer, and Seth Brady Tucker, among others. View the full table of contents online at our website.
- Linked Title Permafrost
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 37 Number 2
Issue 37.2 of Permafrost Magazine is a Choose Your Own Adventure Issue that uses the digital medium it's published in to draw connections between the stellar poetry, fiction, and nonfiction that it features. You can start your own adventure at our website.