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And Other Stories (UK) fiction, nonfiction online online

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Cabinet hybrid magazine of art and culture that confounds expectations of what is typically meant by the words “art,” “culture,” and sometimes even “magazine.”

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The Smart Set covering culture and ideas, arts and science, global and national affairs online

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  • Amnesia Nights, Quinton Skinner, Fentum Press

  • Big Red, Damien Larkin, Dancing Lemur Press

  • Debt Collectors in Love, John Sandman, Whole Bean Books

  • Jupon and the Dagger of Zurr, Prerna Kumar, Notion Press

  • A Knife’s Edge, Eliot Parker, Publisher Page

  • Virginia Woolf in Manhattan, Maggie Gee, Fentum Press


  • Boomer Brands: Iconic Brands that Shaped our Childhood, Barry Silverstein, GuideWords Publishing

  • Essence of 1970’s Japan, Fredric C. May, eLPR Solutions

  • The Official U.S. Army Illustrated Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Dept. of Army, Lyons Press

  • Taste of Naples: Neopolitan Culture, Cuisine, and Cooking, Marlena Spieler, Rowman & Littlefield

  • The Quiet Blossom: A Story About the Modern Wild West, the American Dream, and Marijuana, Michael A T Clark, Dancing Moon Press

  • The Wrong Side of the Room: A Life in Music Theater, Norman Mathews, Eburn Press


  • Sanctum, Marc Pietrzykowski, Pski’s Porch

  • Science of Life and Nature: A Photo Poetry Collection, Sukarma Rani Thareja, Amazon

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In this issue, we look at light and dark, or two sides of ourselves. In nonfiction: Amanda Summer, Thatcher Carter, and Dustin Solberg. In poetry: Kimberly White, Marjory Woodfield, and Sandra Kolankiewicz. In art, we offer you a rich visual context.  In photography, find Fabrice Poussin and Sherri Harvey, and find the art of Michael Paul and Willy Vecchiato in illustrations. Finally, in Review, we have Patricia Beiger musing over her two readings of The Truce by Mario Benedetti and with a new translation by Harry Morales.

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“The Journey Continues—Part II” marks the final leg of Gail Willmott’s thirty-six-year adventure with Kaleidoscope, Issue 78 containing the last selections she made as editor-in-chief before retiring in August 2018. In keeping with the theme of this issue, our featured essay is “My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis” by Barbara Hosbach. Our featured art is the bold, colorful work of Jeff Hanson. Also in this issue:  Feliks Jezioranski, Peg Daniels, Laura Yeager, Carole Hall, Cherie Bowers, Amy Lefkof, Monica Shah, and more.

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Sky Island Journal’s stunning 7th issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from contributors all around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free to access, and always free from advertising, discover what 33,000 readers in 137 countries already know; the finest new writing is now at your fingertips.

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Edwidge Danticat, winner of the 2018 Neustadt International Prize for Literature, headlines the Winter 2019 issue of World Literature Today. In the issue’s expanded 112-page format, the book review section has also been given a fresh new look, with boxed reviews highlighting titles we’re especially excited to share with readers. Additional highlights include work by Achy Obejas, André Naffis-Sahely, Grace Chia, Emeka Ogboh, Patrick Chamoiseau, and four “fabulist fables” by Pierre Bettencourt. As always, new books, recommended reading lists, and luminous literati are featured throughout, along with web-exclusive content.

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