Winter Sleet's special environmental edition hits the stands! If there's one issue close to our sleety hearts, it is the environment. Work by Renee Beauregard Lute, Timothy Pilgrim, Charles Springer and more. Stop by our place for new fiction, poetry, irregulars and CNF, as well as our 2019 Pushcart and Best Small Fiction nominees.
The 2018 Winter Issue of SRPR has been released. In the issue 43.2, you will find: cover art by Camila Marianela; new poems by Angela Narciso Torres, the SRPR Illinois Poet, plus an interview with Joanne Diaz, SRPR Feature Poet & Interview Editor; the winning poem of 2018 Editors' Prize Contest by Mark Svenvold, poem by runner-up David Wright and Chad Foret, and poem of honorable mentions Ed Frankel, Timothy McBride and Lan Duong; poems by Joshua Corey, Sasha Banks, Nichole Goff, Gabriel Ojeda-Sague, and Karen An-Hwei Lee; and the SRPR Review Essay by Brian Rejack, who reviews the works of Dan Beachy-Quick and Eric G. Wilson.
Belletrist’s third volume is full of women: a woman embraces a pair of platform boots before discovering a horrifying intrusion, a student blogs about the gentrification of her city as a bigoted troll lurks in the comments, an abused pre-teen stabs a pencil through her tormentor’s hand. Anita Felicelli, Steph Kilen, Khanh Ha, Miho Kinnas, Eric Pankey, and many more.
Yu Xiuhua The Body as a Room of Her Own
Gris-Gris: An Online Journal of Literature, Culture, and the Arts announces its ninth issue (Winter, 2019), featuring our Summer Flash Fiction Contest Winner, Joy Kennedy O’Neill; fiction by Ben Gottlieb, Eleanor Stern, and Nan Wigington; nonfiction by Emilie Staat; poetry by Lois Harrod, Mel Kenne, and William Miller.
It's All About Understanding