- Linked Title Anomaly
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 26, January 2018
In the new issue of Anomaly, find a special preview to Puerto Rico en mi Corazón, our bilingual poetry anthology responding to Hurricane Maria. Delights await you in our other sections. We bring you poems that "take space from the patriarchy, from white hegemony, from dominance, and hierarchy." And fiction fans, grip the edges of your seat for some strange "stories that rely less on cause and effect than on glimpses into worlds that are disorienting or even disturbing." We are pleased as well to share mercurial nonfiction. On the translation front, we present the unknowable, and back by popular demand: more comics!
- Linked Title Driftwood Press
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 1, Winter 2017
The Winter 2017 issue of Driftwood Press features fiction by Mackinley Greenlaw; poetry by Kate Schmitt, Ayla Goktan, Stacy Boe Miller, Brooke June, Jack Stewart, Lisa Favicchia, John Wojtowicz, and Joshua Hamilton. Plus, visual art by Aimee Bungard, John Chavers, and Ekaterina Abramova.
- Linked Title Mud Season Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 35, January 2018
In this issue: art by Adelaide Tyrol, fiction by Florence Sunnen, nonfiction by Mahdis Marzooghian, and poetry by Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad. Also included is additional imagery by Alexandria Heather, David J. Thompson, and John Timothy Robinson.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 78, January 2018
This month, the featured selection includes an interview with Jeffrey Skinner as well as selections of his work. Jordan Davis reviews Gray Market by Krystal Languell, and Sally Connolly pens “Transatlantic Poetics: An Autobiography” in the essays and comments section. Find poetry by Phillis Levin, Nancy Mitchell, Lydia Davis, Josh Brehm, Jeff Friedman, Christopher Buckley, and more.
- Linked Title Poetry
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 211 Number 4, January 2018
In this issue, find poetry by Jennifer Givhan, Wendy Xu, Li-Young Lee, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Joan Murray, Sheryl Luna, Sean O’Brien, and more. Featured Selection “W.S. Graham at 100” includes work by the Scottish poet, introduced by Rachael Boast and Andy Ching.
- Linked Title Ragazine.CC
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 14 Number 1, January/February 2018
New work from: Jim Palombo, Nancy Barno Reynolds, Sue Atkinson, Brittany Markert, Mark Levy, Ken Wetherington, Allen Davis, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Galanty Miller, Carl Oprey, Fred Skupensi, Desiree Alvarez, Julie Mccarthy, Monique Gagnon German, Meredith Cottle, Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret, Allen Forrest, Scott Thomas Outlar, Greg Stewart, Ashley Germinario, Aura Redwood, Barbara Rosenthal, Michaela Macpherson, Fred Roberts, Chuck Haupt, Gabe Navar, Tom Deisboeck, Walter Gurbo, and more!
- Linked Title Schuylkill Valley Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45, Fall 2017
The Fall 2017 issue of the Schuylkill Valley Journal features “Through the Keyhole: an addict’s account” by Rob Kaniuk; Prisoners Poetry from “A Poetry Workshop at Graterford Prison” hosted by Fran B.; Featured Poet Dan Simpson, author of School for the Blind; fiction, flash fiction, poetry, and essays, including Sibelan Forrester’s translation of Valentina Sinkevich’s memorial tribute to Yevgeny Yevtushenko (which went “viral” in Russia) and Robert Zaller’s “Weldon Kees and the Postwar World.” Peter Krok is Editor-in-Chief of the Schuylkill Valley Journal, which is based in Philadelphia. Learn more at our website.
- Linked Title Southern Humanities Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 51 Number 2, Spring 2017
Celebrating Fifty Years in Print 1967-2017. Essays by Michael Martone and David Schuman; fiction by Shena McAuliffe, Maryse Meijer, and J. C. Ward; and poetry by MRB Chelko, Cara Dees, Brianna Noll, Sean Prentiss, Martha Rhodes, Dana Roeser, Anna Ross, Jess Williard, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, and Matthew Wimberley.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 14, 2017
"The River of No Return" by Debra Gwartney. Two young mothers grapple with isolation and unforgiving terrain in this braided narrative of the American West. Trailblazing 19th century missionary Narcissa Whitman’s efforts to build a home end in tragedy, and more than a hundred years later, fifth-generation Idahoan Debra Gwartney ignores her best instincts and joins her family on an ill-advised Fourth of July rafting trip.