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This month, our Featured Selection presents work by five poets under the age thirty-five: Kimberly Grey, Ella Flores, Emma DePanise, E.G. Cunningham, and Caroline Chavatel. John A. Nieves interviews each of these poets as well. In Essays and Comments: “Dredgings” by Alexander Dickow. Joshua Corey reviews Pressure Dressing by Mark Scroggins. This month’s poetry selections include Marilyn Kallet, Ernest Hilbert, Jo-Ann Mort, Adam Tavel, Stephanie Burt, Billy Collins, Christopher Buckley, and more.

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Featuring James Tate, Jorie Graham, Yi Sang, Khaled Mattawa, Anne Winters, Carl Phillips, Willie Perdomo, Stephen Duffy, avery r. young, Brad Trumpfheller, John Shoptaw, Stephen Ira, Elizabeth Metzger, Michael Farrell, Joy Ladin, Reginald Gibbons, Mark Ford, and many others.

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Our first issue of the New Year 2019 is here, and we think you’re going to like it. Poetry, Fiction, Commentary, Humor, Reviews, Photography and Art, to name just a few of the topics in features we’ve been honored to share with you by our many contributors, including: Fabia Wong, Richard Young, Ana Jovanovska, Fred Skolnik, Steven Masterson, Emel Karakozak, and more.

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Issue 51.4 features nonfiction by Ben Reed, fiction by Jennifer Brewington, Judith Ortiz Cofer, Charles Ramsay McCrory, Nahid Rachlin, and Nickalus Rupert, and poetry by Carol Alexander, Sally Ball, Aaron Coleman, Margaret Draft, Cecile Goding, Maurice Manning, Linda Parsons, John Poch, and Wesley Rothman.

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A Celebration of Poetry from the U.S.A. Smiles, currents, and rituals from Naomi Shihab Nye, Lehua M. Taitano, and Kenji C. Liu. Candian poet Kai Cheng Thom and others appreciate American poets.

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U.S. Poets Laureates Issue guest edited by Dan Vera.

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2018 Flash Glass Anthology. The pieces of flash fiction, prose poetry, and micro-essays were released online over the last twelve months and are now available as a collection in print.

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