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Published September 27, 2013
Take a look at these covers that came in this past week!



What's not to love about this cover of Lumina? I mean, how often do you see a superhero out grocery shopping, much less dropping his bags on the ground? Titled "Shopping," this piece is done with oil on canvas by Andreas Englund.



This issue of The Jabberwock Review made the girl in me go, "ooo, pretty!" I couldn't find the name of the artist who designed or drew this, but it sure is eye-catching!




And as with most covers of Eleven Eleven, I'm not quite sure what to say, not sure if I should be fascinated or grossed-out. The cover art, which wraps to the back of the issue as well, is titled "Dead Sea" by Howie Tsui. 


Published September 13, 2013
Here's the magazine covers that popped out at me this week. We've got a puppy, an eye-tantalizing, geometric design, and a large green hand with pink fingernails. What more could I ask for?


Cleaver Magazine's "Literature & Art Go Back to School" issue. You can read it online for free.





Heavy Feather Review's Volume 2 Number 2, with cover images by Sam Chiver. Available in print subscription or as an e-pub.





New Letters' cover image is by Peggy Noland. See the full image on the back of the issue as well.
Published September 06, 2013
Here, my friends, are some magazines that came in this week whose covers I simply had to share. There's a crying shark in a pink dress, a dead horse and a staring girl, and the Philosophers' Rock in Austin, TX.


Whiskey Island



Camera Obscura



The Cape Rock


Published August 30, 2013
It's a colorful week; here are my picks for this week!



Tin House







West Branch


MUSE

Published August 15, 2013
Okay so by now it should really be "picks of the month." There haven't been any of these posts in a while, but that's really just because there was a lull where we didn't receive many new issues in the mail. But rest assured; NewPages went on vacation for a week, and I returned to find 2 large bins of litmags! So let me cease my rambling; I present you with my top picks/pics for this week:

New Orleans Review


Green Mountains Review


Cimarron Review



Published July 19, 2013
Wow! I guess last week's litmag covers were well loved by others too; the post was our top viewed post this month. Here are some more for this week:


Booth's print issue number 5 not only contains great content, but it also features the cover art Fillmore by Kevin Cyr.







 Seneca Review's cover is Bulbouscarcinotopia by Mary A. Johnson: red and yellow beet dye, concord grapes, pomegranate, acetone photograph transfer, colored pencil, digitally altered photographs and ink, 2013.






 Notre Dame Review's front cover art is The Storm, oil on canvas, 2011, by Alex Gross.
Published July 12, 2013
Continuing on the with tradition, here are this week's covers that caught my eye from literary magazines that came in this week:


Versal, with the line "A Journal is a Fish," has the cover of a dead fish: "We've never chosen an image that so compellingly captures the work within an issue," writes the editor.



Willow Springs Fall 2013 issue features Madly in Love by Joan Snyder done with oil, acrylic, herbs, fabric on linen, in 2003.





Image's Spring 2013 cover features Anselm Kiefer's Book with Wings, 1992-94, made with lead, tin, and steel.


Published July 05, 2013
You shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, but it doesn't mean the cover can't be appealing. Here are a few magazines that came in this week that made me stop to think, say "wow," or simply announce to my coworkers, "Hey, check out this cover!"

Here's this week's picks:

Knock's Greed Issue


Subtropics
Published June 21, 2013
You shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, but it doesn't mean the cover can't be appealing. Here are a few magazines that came in this week that made me stop to think, say "wow," or simply announce to my coworkers, "Hey, check out this cover!"

Here's this week's picks:

Parcel

 
Indiana Review

The Chattahoochee Review

Published June 07, 2013
You shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, but it doesn't mean the cover can't be appealing. Here are a few magazines that came in this week that made me stop to think, say "wow," or simply announce to my coworkers, "Hey, check out this cover!"



Mississippi Review's Summer 2013 cover




Ecotone's Issue 15 cover



Sterling Number 4 cover
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