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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 3, Fall 2018

"Practical Living." Featuring the work of David Bergman, Jason Brown, Stephanie Carpenter, Dawn Davies, Ryan Dull, Gulchin A. Ergun, Gail Griffin, John James, and Kyle Minor. Featuring “Extremes: the Power of Scale in Art” and “Coco Chanel in Hollywood: Selling Movies through Fashion.”

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 213 Number 23, December 2018

New work by Amy Breeder, Danez Smith, Paige Lewis, Christian Wiman, Martha Zweig, Tarfia Faizullah, Karen An-hwei Lee, Eileen Myles, Amir Khadar, Nam Le, Rick Barot, Sandra Simonds, Mona Arshi, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 62, Winter 2018

The Winter 2018 issue of Rattle is as eclectic as ever, featuring a wide range of formal and free verse, haiku, persona poems, carburetors, Kmart, and two separate references to the Antiques Roadshow for some reason. The issue also features “Turbulence” by Dave Harris, winner of the 2018 Rattle Poetry Prize, and the other ten finalist poems—clearly our best set of prize-winning poems yet. As always, subscribers may vote for their favorite to win the annual Readers’ Choice Award. In the conversation section, Alan Fox talks politics and poetry with master storyteller Jimmy Santiago Baca.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 10, December 2018

Enjoy an eclectic mix of literary and visual art by James Brown, Carl Corey, Rebecca Cross, Rosalyn Driscoll, Rebecca Giles, Joshua Jones, Lynne Kortenhaus, Sophia Latysheva, Domenic Scopa, Sarah Lutz, PD Packard, and Margaret Swan.

New poems by Neil Aitken, Nadia Alexis, Ivy Alvarez, Lauren Camp, Donavon Davidson, Stevie Edwards, Rebekah Miron, Nicole Rollender, Sophie Segura, and Burgi Zenhaeusern.

The new issue features poems by Michael Hettich, Keith Kopka, Meri Culp, and Susan Lilley, the prose of Nora Bonner, Randy Bates, and Jubalee Penuliar, and the photography of Carlos Miranda on the cover and frontispiece with both pictures capturing life in Nicaragua. 

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 102, Winter 2019

In Brick 102, Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky shift consciousness, Lisa Moore slides through writing’s intersections, Eden Robinson teaches Salmon 101, and Ed Pavlić traces James Baldwin’s first trip to the South. New fiction by Han Yujoo and Catherine Bush; an interview with Hallgrímur Helgason; art reviews by Alissa Valles and Heidi Sopinka; and poetry by Billy-Ray Belcourt and Lorna Crozier.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date November 2018 online

The November issue of Bull & Cross delivers three wonderful stories from Rogery Ley, Embe Charpentier, and Virginia Revel! Grab some cocoa and enjoy these fun tales of time travel, sorrow, and swear words!

Featuring fiction by Steve Amick, Sarah Blackman, and Spencer Wise; literary nonfiction by Sarah Gorham and Sarah Minor; a play by christopher oscar peña; poems by Molly McCully Brown and Susannah Nevison, Dorothy Chan, Kimberly Johnson, Amit Majmudar, Tyler Mills, and Martha Silano; and much more, including an art portfolio.


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