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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48, Summer 2018

100 Pages of Poetry and Fiction. 37 poems, 10 stories, plus an interview with Mike McCormack. Cover image by Marie-Jeanne Jacob

The inaugural issue of Ethos Literary Journal (ELJ) saw a richness in terms of variety and diversity. The multitude of colors in the form of different quality voices, belonging to diverse ethnic groups from around the globe, add to the flavor and essence of the issue. The micro to macro approach: from regional and local voices to national, and eventually international ones present myriad shades, lending a one-of-its-kind texture to the current issue.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 30, July 2018 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 28 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2018

Featuring the 2017 Prose and Poetry Contest Winners

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 1, July 2018 online

This issue features famous and infamous, noteworthy and notorious inspirations to writers that put “North Carolina on the Map and in the News.” Highlights of the issue include essays by Margaret Maron and Bland Simpson and interviews with Allan Gurganus, Vivian Howard, and Therese Anne Fowler.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 242, June 14 2018

"That's How You Dance the Mambo" by Michael Hawley

In this issue: Anna Butcher, Kevin Casey, Aidan Chafe, German Dario, Anna Dunn, Alle C. Hall, Ashley Herzig, H. Edgar Hix, Lori Lamothe, Daniel Nester, Ben Sloan, K. Srilata, Brett Stout, John L. Stanizzi, Lesley Synge, and Larry D. Thomas.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2018

Features essays by William Kittredge and Annick Smith; Rick Bass cooks a bad dinner in London for David Sedaris; Montana Prize for Fiction winner MK Rainy ‘s “Sunny Homo." Founding editor Brian Schott interviews author and CNN anchor Jake Tapper on his new novel, “The Hellfire Club.” 16 color art and photo pages.

Salty at Heart Journal highlights the work of female scientists, humanitarians, leaders, artists, and explorers from across the globe. The latest installment, Issue 3, weaves together stories from the lush coast of British Columbia to the front lines of Standing Rock. It features a big wave surfer, a climate scientist, inspiring filmmakers, and much more.


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