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Published September 16, 2019

west marin review

There's something both innocent and haunting about this image, Binary Traces Young Girl  by Lia Cook, on the 2019 cover of West Marin Review.

water stone review

"Bodies Worth Defending" is the theme of Water~Stone Review Volume 21, and is clearly expressed in this cover photograph by Kwon Healin.

calyx

“Solo #4” by Leah Kosh is featured on the Winter/Spring 2019 cover of Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, which has been running uninterrupted since its inception in 1976. 

Published September 09, 2019

poetry sept

Armando Veve is the cover artist featured on the September 2019 issue of POETRY magazine. Poetry + tote bag lovers = you can get this same design on a tote bag with your subscription or renewal to POETRY

creative nonfiction

It's actually the tag lines on the cover of Creative Nonfiction #71 that landed it here: "Let's talk about SEX: 5 tips for better sex (writing); Make it last : the art of the long sentence; The eroticism of essaying."

gettysburg review

Catherine Mackey is the featured artists, both on the cover (Alcatraz Sink No. 1, oil and mixed media on wood panel), and with a full-color portfolio inside the Spring 2019 issue of The Gettysburg Review.

 

Published August 13, 2019

massachusetts review

Sorry coulrophobics, and pretty much anyone creeped out by clowns, but this still from Kate Durbin's portrayal of "the trickster figure of the clown and white box of the Facebook timeline" in her short film Unfriend Me Now! (2018) is just one of many images also included in the Summer 2019 issue of The Massachusetts Review.

parhelion

Such an iconic image of summer on the cover of Parhelion #5. This photo by Anne Eastman is one of many featured in her portfolio in this issue. Read her artist's statement to learn about her approach to photography, which includes evenings dancing as as "Little Miss Funshine" at the Fantasy Bikini Club in LA.

court green

Court Green Summer 2019 made me laugh out loud: images of Elizabeth Taylor are used to link to each writer on the publication's home page. Other publications commonly use the writers' photos here, but Court Green's spin on that is hilarious. Since moving from print to online, this use of themed circles has become their hallmark.

Published June 27, 2019

georgia review

Toyin Ojih Odutola is the featured artist on the cover and inside the Summer 2019 issue of The Georgia Review. Odutola is "a visual artist consumed by the literary. Her drawings of figures are often cloaked in narrative allusions, and the build-up of marks on the page becomes a language which can be read." The introduction and portfolio of her work can be seen here.

basalt

Rise, an archival ink jet print of a portrait of Lauren Schad of the Cheyenne River Lakota tribe by photographer Leah Rose is featured on the 13.1 2019 cover of basalt. Leah Rose is a Native American artist of the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa tribe who writes, "Reconnecting with my Anishinaabe heritage has become my calling." See more about her and her work here.

hiram poetry review

Editorial Assistant Danni Lynn McDonald is credited for the clever photo on the Spring 2019 Hiram Poetry Review cover: each reader holding a back issue of the publication to their face. Exactly how I found myself moments later, engrossed in my reading!

Published April 30, 2019

 benning review

"White Cosmonaut" by Jeremy Geddes is featured on the cover of the newest issue of Bennington Review (#6), themed "Kissing the Future." While in print, they offer selections that can be read online here.

thema spring 2019

"New Neighbors" was the call for the Spring 2019 issue of Thema, appropriately enough, since spring brings the squirrels out of their winter hidey holes. Cover photo by Kathleen Gunton.

american literary review

Portraits of "lonely people, people with questions that cannot be answered, those who make terrible mistakes, people who do not love themselves and will not survive within their own stories" by poet and artist Melissa Cundieff are featured in the Spring 2019 American Literary Review online.

Published April 15, 2019

pembroke

Chicken God  by Alexander Grigoriev - you simply can't look away from this cover of Pembroke Magazine (#51).

southern humanities review

Who doesn't love a technicolor embroidered bat? Little Werewolves with Wings  by Danielle Clough captures our attention for Southern Humanities Review (52.1). 

massachusetts review 60 1

The artwork of Toyin Ojih Odutola (What Her Daughter Sees ) is featured on the cover and with a full-color portfolio inside of the Spring 2019 issue of The Massachusetts Review.

Published March 25, 2019

rathalla review 2018

Bright colors to welcome spring caught my eye this week, starting with the 2018 annual of Rathalla Review, just released this March 2019. 

ragazine cc

Color isn't essential to grab the viewer, as the cover of Ragazine.CC offers. Hiroshi Hayakawa is their spotlight for the March-April 2019 issue.

mud season review

“Style Central” by Leah Dockrill, collage on canvas, is the featured image for the newest online Mud Season Review poetry issue.

Published March 04, 2019

copper nickel 28

I'm struck by patterns this week, starting with the unique pose in Xaviera Simmons' "Arie at the Wall" on the cover of Copper Nickel issue 28.

cimarron review fall 2018

The cover photo, "A Couch with a View," by Dallas Crow on the Fall 2018 issue of Cimarron Review is both subtle and inviting.

Issue 11 Cover

Less subtle and as equally intriguing is the cover art on issue 11.1 of Into the Void, "Stray" by Danielle Klebes.

 

 

Published February 18, 2019

main street rag

This lovely cover of The Main Street Rag Winter 2019 just about sums it up for us here in Michigan.

carve winter 2019

Keeping with the winter theme, work by Justin Burks of Birdhouse Branding captivates viewers with this Winter 2019 cover of Carve.

missouri review winter 2018

It took me a moment to get this one on the Winter 2018 cover of The Missouri Review, but LOL when I did. "Comet's Peeping Tom" comes from the Plastic Life  series by Vincent Bousserez.

Published January 14, 2019

gettysburg review David Graeme Baker's oil on linen Escape Velocity  greets readers of the Autumn 2018 issue of The Gettsyburg Review with a full-color portfolio of his work inside. See more of Graeme's work here.

new england review

Fortune, oil on canvas by Emilia Dubicki, is featured on the cover of the most recent issue of New England Review (v39 n4 2018). See more of Dubicki's work here.

gold man review

Issue 8 2018 of the West Coast Gold Man Review

 

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