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The January-February 2018 of Against The Current (#192) features: Houston After Harvey by Jennifer Wingard; Gainesville vs. Spencer by Aliya Miranda; Catalunya and Spain’s Coup by Bayla Ostrach; The Kurdish Crisis in Iraq & Syria by Joseph Daher; The Necessity & Meaning of the Bolshevik Revolution by David Mandel; Black Nationalism, Black Solidarity by Malik Miah; Reviewing Black History & Politics by Alan Wald, Mary Helen Washington, Brad Duncan, John Woodford, Derrick Morrison & Ted McTaggart; and Houston's Toxic Flood: Harvey and the Neoliberal City by Jennifer Wingard.
The “Staying Alive” issue of Bennington Review features poetry by Sandra Simonds, Natalie Eilbert, Suzanne Wise, Catherine Wagner, Anna Maria Hong, Zachary Schomburg, Sara McGuirk, Cherry Pickman, Melissa Ginsburg, Maggie Queeney, Philip Metres, Patrick Williams, A. Molotkov, Ye Hui, Jorge Luis Borges, Kathy Fagan, and more; fiction by David Crouse, Susan Daitch, Kristen N. Arnett, Ian Stansel, Cezarija Abartis, Zach Powers, Joanna Novak, and Thomas Cook; and nonfiction by Rick Moody, Michael Levan, and Marco Wilkinson. Plus, J.M. Tyree and Patrick Kieffer on film, a conversation between John Ashberry and David Remnick from the archives, and cover art by Frank Webster.
For their eleventh print issue, Booth offers a stunning collection of contemporary female writers. Booth 11: Women Writers includes new fiction, nonfiction, poetry comics, lists, and interviews by such esteemed authors as Emily St. John Mandel, Joyce Carol Oates, Marya Hornbacher, Elizabeth Strout, Krista Christensen, Aubrey Hirsch, Brenda Shaughnessy, and so many more. This full-color literary journal offers a powerful argument for the strength of female authors working in American letters.
The Winter 2017 issue features writing that all begins with the sentence: "I'm tired of trying to see the good in people." See the directions the writers take their stories, with work by Rashelle Brown, Ronna L. Edelstein, Michael Fitzgerald, Peter D. Gorman, Jessica Hogbin, Tom W. Miller, M. R. Pritchard, Tara Tamburello, and David Willett.
The January issue of Gemini Magazine is now online featuring short stories, flash fiction and poetry for your reading pleasure. Discover fiction by Robert Earle, Salvatore Difalco, and Ken Elliott; poetry by Aurora M. Lewis, Nels Hanson, Erin Pennington, Lazola Pambo, and Jesse Back. From the archives: a letter and poem from Jack Vian.
The Malahat Review’s winter issue features “Flaubert’s Hummingbirds” and “Faster Horses,” the winning entries of the Constance Rooke Creative Nonfiction Prize by Nancy Holmes and the Far Horizons Award for Short Fiction by Katherin Edwards. A highlight is Andy Patton’s remarkable “English version” of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s “Gramsci’s Ashes”; more than a translation, it is a personal response to the Italian master’s canonical poem. Don’t miss stories and CNF by Howard Macy, Irena Karafilly, Brad Hartle, and Morgan Charles; poems by Steve McOrmond, Sue Chenette, and Danny Jacobs; and reviews of books by Shane Rhodes, Dawn Dumont, and Eddy Weetaltuk.