- Linked Title Crazyhorse
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 94, Fall 2018
Featuring the winners of the Crazyhorse Prizes in Fiction, Nonfiction, & Poetry; fiction from Kevin Wilson, Emerson Henry, Elaine Ford, and others; poems by Lauren Camp, Katy Didden, Megan Gannon, Jessica Jacobs, L.S. Klatt, and others; and nonfiction from Katherine E. Standefer, Marya Hornbacher, and Elizabeth Becker.
- Linked Title The Malahat Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 205, Winter 2018
With cover art by Kent Monkman, The Queer Perspectives issue celebrates LGBTQ2S?+ writers in Canada, guest edited by Ali Blythe, Trevor Corkum, and Betsy Warland. Kayla Czaga dedicates “Salmon and Potato Salad” to Matthew Walsh (MW), whose poetry also appears here. Examine the politics of body hair with Anaheed Saatchi. Explore “Homes” with Melinda Roy. Dig into “Good Soil” by Francesca Ekwuyasi, and catch up with “[a]ll the old lesbians” with Arleen Paré’s work. Nathan Caro Fréchette spins the tale of “The Nettle Witch,” while Charlie C. Petch explains “Why I Was Late.” Book reviews by Daphne Marlatt, Rani Rivera, Ahmad Danny Ramadan, Jen Currin, and others!
- Linked Title Seneca Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Number 1, Spring 2018
Our Spring 2018 issue is now available to order. It's a fantastic issue, featuring poems and essays by Donald Revell, Jaswinder Bolina, Nicole Walker, Khaty Xiong, Megan Kaminski, Ely Shipley, Joshua McKinney, Derek Pollard, Rachel Abramowitz, Hannah Bishop, Alex Checkovich, Jen Corrigan, Caroline Crew, Olivia Dunn, Megan Ellis, Louise Katz, Brandon Krieg, Kent Shaw, Emily Jane Shelton, David Thoreen, Stephen Tuttle, Aynsley Vandenbroucke, Mike White, Danielle Weeks, and Cutter Wood. Reviews by Timothy O'Keefe, Claire Tranchino, Jacob Paul, and Rachel Abramowitz. Cover image by Gabriel Warren.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 24, 2019
"Memoirs of a Used Car Salesman's Daughter" by Nancy A. Nichols. A talent for lying is a great asset for a used-car salesman, but a bad trait in a father. Nancy A. Nichols recalls the wild rides of her tumultuous childhood outside Detroit.
- Linked Title Zone 3
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Number 2, Fall 2018
The issue features poets Clayton Adam Clark, Rick Bursky, Nancy Carol Moody, Andrew Collard, Amanda Galvan Huynh, Grant Gerald Miller, Malcolm Glass, Robert Krut, Jessica Lee, Jessi Lewis, Carol Matos, Dan Morris, Tamer Mostafa, Kat Neis, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Michael Pontacoloni, Lois Roma-Deeley, Robin Rosen Chang, Gabriel Seals, Carrie Shipers, John Sibley Williams, Angela Siew, Camille-Yvette Welsch, Jessica Yuan, and Burgi Zenhaeusern. It also features new fiction by Robert Hilles, Robert Kerbeck, Randal O’Wain, and Sara Read, and new nonfiction by Jackie Connelly and Carrie Shipers. The cover artist is Dawn Dickins.