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Casey Hill

The Progressive

July 09, 2014
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The mission of The Progressive is to be a journalistic voice for peace and social justice at home and abroad.

Passport Magazine

July 08, 2014
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PASSPORT Magazine is America’s #1 gay and lesbian travel magazine. Readers love the magazine’s personal travel reporting and they truly appreciate the most comprehensive resource listings.

Parabola

July 09, 2014
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PARABOLA is a quarterly journal dedicated to exploring the wisdom and beauty of traditional cultures as they relate to the modern quest for meaning.
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FEE: Foundation for Economic Education formerly Freeman magazine, explores the principles underlying a free society online online

2600

July 08, 2014
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2600 The hacker quarterly

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MFA in Writing
Our 2 1/2-year program offers students a personalized learning experience with access to San Francisco’s vital literary community. Students focus on fiction (including the novel), poetry, or nonfiction and may cross genres. In small workshops and seminars students work closely with award-winning writers. Thesis instruction provides one-on-one mentoring with faculty for two semesters.

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MFA in Creative Writing
fiction, poetry

Auburn University

July 07, 2014
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MA in English
poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction.

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Next up, after this issue’s Featured Selection from Amit Majmudar (including an interview with our new Associate Editor For Special Projects Nancy Mitchell), look for extended work from James Richardson and Linda Pastan, among others. Finally, new Work Received this month includes pieces from Arthur Sze, Santiago Vizcaino and Ruy Belo (translated by Alexis Levitin), Arielle Greenberg, Jennifer O’Grady, Bruce Cohen, David Lehman, R.T. Smith, Jeffrey Harrison, Joyce Peseroff, Georg Trakl (translated by Jay Hopler), Sydney Lea, Bruce Bond, Eleni Sikelianos, David Bottoms, Daniel Tobin, Bernard Matambo, and Phillis Levin.
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Out of pieces is a world made and understood. Wangechi Mutu’s stunning, disturbing images set the tone for an investigation of canny and uncanny assemblage. Essays by, among others, Carol Ann Davis and Anna Journey; fiction by Ihab Hassan, Matt Sailor, and Ann Pancake; translations of Horace and Callimachus, and poems by Kevin Prufer, Patricia Hooper, and many others.
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