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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 17, Winter 2018

A Christmas ghost story from JJ Lee. Short fiction from AJ Odasso, Anat Rabkin, Erin Slaughter, Misha Handman, and Soramimi Hanarejima.  Poetry from Emily Osborne, Kelli Allen, Matilda Berke, and John Davies. A post-apocalyptic comic from Gabriel Craven and Mikayla Fawcett, novel excerpts, and the winners of the Hummingbird Prize.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40 Number 4, 2017

Let's Make Contact. Featuring: 2017 Short Forms & CNF Contest Winners. New fiction by Ashley Little. An interview with Renee Sarojini Saklikar.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 1, January 2018

Remembering Ed Herman. An Essay for the New Year. Trump's Reckless Action on Jerusalem.

Our latest issue includes work inspired by the three elements: delusion, blueprint, and fisherman. Find fiction by Nanc Tingley and Brian Shulz and nonfiction by Bryn Gribben and Joanna Eleftheriou, as well as poetry by Robbi Nester, Brent Fisk, Cathy Cook, Lois Harrod, Michael Brosnan, Lynne Knight, Frederick Lord, Rikki Santer, Kim Harvey, and more. Plus art and photography by John Gardner, Enid Becker, Chris Boyko, Alexa Dearing, George Stein, Aman Bhargava, and Guido Siporin.

In the latest issue of The Chattahoochee Review, writers explore our special focus of neighbors. Poems by D. M. Aderibigbe, Adrian Blevins, Animesh Chandra, Michael Chitwood, Emily Franklin, H. K. Hummel, George Kalamaras, David Keplinger, Ye Lijun, translated from the Chinese by Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Linda Parsons, and more; stories by Sean Bernard, Marc Dickinson, Shira Elmalich, Gabriel Houck, Patrick J. Murphy, Thomas Price, and Makambo Tshionyi; essays by J. A. Bernstein, Dan Encarnacion, Ryan Harper, Emry McAlear, Lois Ruskai Melina, and Alison Townsend. Plus, an interview with Eddy L. Harris & Rolf Potts by Alden Jones and art by Cinta Vidal Agulló.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 2018 online

The January issue is now online featuring Joe Balaz, Irene Cunningham, Molly Day, Robert Klein Engler, Mike Gallagher, Beth Gordon, Edward Lee, Patricia Leighton, Megan Denese Mealor, Sarah White, Mark Young, Hongri Yuan. Reiviews of Sarah Rose Nordgren’s Darwin’s Mother and Shanta Acharya’s Imagine: New and Selected Poems.

Our Winter 2017 issue, with all new-to-NER poets, shares a South African sense of place with the help of fifteen of its contemporary writers & translators. Other work in this issue includes the resurfaced book reviews of Twain, Pound, et al, by Mary Butts; Evan Lavender-Smith’s faceoff with his seven-year-old son on the meaning of “ladybird” and the value of Wikipedia; Rob White’s dive into the world of anti-psychiatry and how it helps—or doesn’t help—our living dead; and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 45, Fall/Winter 2017-2018

The new issue of Salamander includes the first- and second-prize winning stories from our 2017 Fiction Contest: "Girls Girls Girls" by Cady Vishniac (First Prize), and "Mastermind" by Jared Lipof (Second Prize), as well as an extended lyrical sequence of poems by Martha Collins and poetry by Suzanne Berger, Robert Cording, David Ferry, Julie Hanson, Kirun Kapur, Carolyn Guinzio, Ye Lijun, Nina Lindsay, Katie Farris, Leslie Wheeler, Richard Hoffman, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Derek N. Otsuji, Lola Haskins, Christine Jones, and many others. The cover painting and art insert are by Kikki Ghezzi.

In the newest issue of South 85 Journal, find fiction by Reine Dugas Bouton, Lawrence F. Farrar, Alexis Pride, and Liz Betz; nonfiction by Barbara Krasner, Eric Roe, Kirby Wright, and Michelle Boring; and poetry by George Such, Barbara Brooks, Kristian O’Hare, Jessica Chickering, Robert Gibb, Amanda Tumminaro, and more. Plus, art by David B. Such, Jury S. Judge, Dennis Faherty, William C. Crawford, Ira Joel Haber, Kimberly Kelly, and Richard Vyse, as well as three book reviews.


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