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The December 2019 issue features poetry by Julian Randall, Marilyn Nelson, Alison C. Rollins, Chase Berggrun, Jennifer Givhan, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Robert Wrigley, Claire Schwartz, Julia Salem, Cameron Awkward-Rich, Lindsey Holland, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Adrienne Su, Kathleen Ossip, Miriam Bird Greenberg, Mark Bibbins, and Paul Batchelor. Also in this issue are the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellows: Jane Huffman, Michael Wasson, Franny Choi, Justin Phillip Reed, and José Olivarez. Plus Alissa Quart and Matt Eich & Doug Van Gundy on the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.
The Winter 2019 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly is here. The theme of this issue is Phenomenal Woman. It includes the work of roughly fifty amazing artists and writers from all over the world including: Helen Ivory, Angela Amias, Tamra Stallings, Lyubov Momot, Janet McKenzie, Eileen M. Cunniffe, Pramila Venkateswaran, Christine Sloan Stoddard, Anna Njau, Gail Tyson, Meredith Counts, Michael Paul Hogan, and many more.
The December issue is now online featuring Bob Beagrie, Lucy Crispin, Katherine Fallon, David Giles, Ric Hool, Ted Jean, Jack Lenton, Sally Michaelson, JML Morton, Mary Ricketson, Tieka Marija Smits, J. R. Solonche, Mark Williams. Reviews: Albert Gelpi’s American Poetry After Modernism, Helen Ivory’s The Anatomical Venus¬, Jackie Craven’s Secret Formulas: Techniques of the Masters, David Mark Williams’ Papaya Fantasia, and Aaron Smith’s The Book of Daniel.
The featured selection in the 100th issue of Plume strays from the usual interview/poetry format and instead features Plume Staff Choices with the most-loved poems from across the past 100 issues. These include: Rasha Abdulhadi, Angie Estes, Stephen Dobyns, Amy Beeder, Tom Sleigh, Justyna Bargielska, and Stephen Dunn. In the essay section, Chard DeNiord writes on hybrid, liminal, and prose poetry. Richard Greenfield reviews “NOS” by Aby Kaupang and Matthew Cooperman. This month’s poetry selections include Bruce Bond, Nancy Mitchell, Terese Svoboda, Molly Peacock, Phillis Levin, Bruce Smith, Bridget Lowe, Aaron Coleman, and more.
Edited by Andrea Spofford, Barry Kitterman, Amy Wright, and Stephanie Dugger, this issue of Zone 3 includes fiction by Will Donnelly, Matthew Fiander, and Marlene Olin; nonfiction by Marcia Aldrich, Chelsea Biondolillo, Robert Long Foreman, and Charlotte Pence; art by Lisa Gibbons, an interview with Chelsea Biondolillo and Sugar le Fae; and poetry by Gilbert Allen, Sarah Barber, Bryce Berkowitz, Daniel Bourne, Gaylord Brewer, Anne Champion, Joanne M. Clarkson, Sammie Downing, Sugar le Fae, Kate Gleason, Erik Gleibermann, Raye Hendrix, Eva Hooker, Kenneth Jakubas, Janet Jennings, Isaac Ginsberg Miller, Christine Poreba, Ashley Porras, Gabriel Spera, and Jasmine Dreame Wagner.
We are excited to be publishing our 38th issue and final echapbook for the decade, New Songs for Old Radios by B. B. Garin. Garin's closely-observed and exuberant tales, inspired by itinerant guitar players and the women and men drawn to them and their songs, are the remarkable work of an emerging writer. Check out “Ashes Hit the Floor,” “The Last Ballad of Saddler Vance,” “The Fix,” “The Brothers Cooly,” and “New Songs for Old Radios.”