- Linked Title Hiram Poetry Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 80, Spring 2019
From poems about art, veteran service and adjustment, social injustice, little league and football games, to spring giving way to winter, there are many memorable poems in this issue. Marilee Richards, Christopher Brooks, Mick Cochrane, Peter Grandbois, Patricia Hooper, Henry Hughes, Stefan Lovasik, Gary Metras, Cecil Morris, Daniel Morris, Claire Scott, Marty Walsh, and more. Plus reviews by Danni Lynn McDonald and Charles Parsons.
- Linked Title The Iowa Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 49 Number 1, Spring 2019
In this issue: filk music, basketballs and tennis balls, trees with hands, the U.S./Mexico border, an ’80s Detroit dance party, and the winners of the 2018 Jeff Sharlet Memorial Award for Veterans.
- Linked Title Creative Nonfiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 70, Spring 2019
In Creative Nonfiction #70: “Home,” we search for our place in the world. From Ohio to Oregon, from Browning, Montana, to the US-Mexico border, and from gated communities and “safe” suburbs to tight-knit urban neighborhoods, eleven restless writers ask whether home is a place or a state of mind; who belongs and who doesn’t; and why we stay and why we leave. Plus, the difference between “story time” and “text time”; tiny truths; and more.
- Linked Title The Greensboro Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 105, Spring 2019
This issue features the winners of our annual Robert Watson Literary Prizes—Sarah Heying for her story, “The Chair Kickers’ Tale,” and Lena Khalaf Tuffaha for her poem, “Miss Sahar Listens to Fairuz Sing ‘The Bees’ Path’”—along with new work from Jessica Guzman Alderman, Mia Caruso, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Mary Grimm, Rebecca Gayle Howell, Peter Krumbach, Derek N. Otsuji, Sharon Solwitz, and many more. With issue #105, we are also pleased to announce a new publishing partnership with the University of North Carolina Press for journal distribution and subscriptions.
- Linked Title Rattle
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 64, Summer 2019
The Summer 2019 issue features a tribute to Instagram Poets. Much has been written about Instagram poetry over the last several years, and we thought it was time to investigate for ourselves. We received both submissions and recommendations and read through thousands of Instagram accounts, choosing the best 18 poems we could find. The styles span the range, from visual poems to epigrams to more traditional poetry that just happens to fit well with the media. Learn more about the nexus of poetry and Instagram as Timothy Green talks to emerging star Pavana Reddy. Meanwhile, the open section features two dozen eclectic poems.