The Voices Project poetry
This double-issue features artwork by Olivia Edvalson; new poems by Dana Alsamsam, Steve Bellin-Oka, Jennifer Jackson Berry, Todd Dillard, Erika Goodrich, Krysten Hill, Amanda Huynh, Kyle J. Lopez, Brandon Melendez, Jessica Morey-Collins, Maya Phillips, Karisma Price, Jess Smith, Suzannah Russ Spaar; fiction by Alyse Bensel, Jen Corrigan, Will Hearn, Tennessee Hill, Brandon Thurman; nonfiction by Shir Kehila, Robert James Russell, Melissa Wiley, Angela Youngblood; and more.
Baltimore Review 2018 is the (300+ page) print compilation of the poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction by the sixty-eight writers published in our Summer and Fall 2017 and Winter and Spring 2018 online issues. Among these works are the winners of the contests judged by Jane Satterfield (Monster theme) and Richard Peabody (Food theme), as well as a story by Elinam Agbo, which was awarded a PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. Cover art by Baltimore artist Minás Konsolas.
Queer. Featuring poetry by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha. An interview with Casey Plett.
In this issue: Eric Wilson’s summer with the Eckart family; Samantha Libby beats back the specter of her childhood bullies; Francis-Noël Thomas takes a look behind Patrick Modiano’s Dora Bruder; Jane Breakell follows the trail of Anne Hutchinson; Phoebe Stone returns to the defining moments of her childhood; Laurence de Looze reports back from the land of wild boar and vin de noix; and W. C. Morrow takes a seat at the table in a Paris café, 1900. Poetry by Tara Bray, Anders Carlson-Wee, Joanne Diaz, Alison C. Rollins, Karen Solie, Amber Flora Thomas, and more; fiction by Christine Sneed, Geeta Tewari, Naheed Patel, and others; nonfiction by W.C. Morrow, Phoebe Stone, Eric Wilson, and more.