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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 32 Number 5, October/November 2013
Brewing Dissent: Halifax Baristas Organize
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 99 Number 1, January/February 2014
Follow Me: Black Climbers Blaze a Trail up America’s Highest Peak
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, 2013
Poetry South 2013 has a special feature on Richard Jones’s poems with an interview. It also has a kaleidoscope of excellent poems by nineteen other poets including Angela Ball, John Bradley, Richard Cecil, Rebecca Morgan Frank, Ted Haddin, Ken Letko, and Jean-Mark Sens.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 10, Winter 2013 online
The tenth issue of The Boiler is out featuring new poets as well as new work from Jan Bottiglieri, Brian Clifton, Gregory Crosby, Travis Wayne Denton, Seth Graves and others. New fiction from Michael Gutierrez, flash stories from Amie Heasley and stories from John Leslie and Simeon Mills. And nonfiction shorts from Elizabeth Arnold and Dennis Hinrichsen.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 92, Winter 2013
In this issue Ali Smith celebrates Harriet Martineau; Geoff Dyer explores Arctic photography; Juan Gabriel Vásquez in conversation with Javier Cercas; Richard Sennett talks to Eleanor Wachtel; Mark Fried translates Severo Sarduy; Donald Richie revisits his journals; Forrest Gander interviews Eikoh Hosoe; Yasuko Thanh raises the dead; Simon Loftus takes his changes; Claire Cameron gathers tidings from the New World; Baziju’s grandmother in Shanhai; John Melillo’s paradise; a quest story by Jim Harrison; Love letters between London and ?ód?; poems by Michael Dickman and Karen Solie; Fiction by Severo Sarduy; Reviews by Alissa Valles, Craig Proctor, Birna Bjarnadóttir, and more.
Former schoolteacher Excell Hunter has won the $1,000 Gemini Magazine Flash Fiction Prize for his powerful short-short, “Home Be More Somethin’.” Also in our December issue: second-place winner “Stretched,” a breathless, one-sentence flash from sax player Michael Pearce, honorable mention stories from Cynthia Bombach, Chip Houser, S. Brady Tucker and Scott Russell Duncan as well as lively poetry from newcomer Laura Zabolotsky and others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 2, 2013-2014 online
Featuring “A Layer of Ghosts” by Bernadette Rule; “Cadence, Country, Silence: Writing in Colonial Space” by Dennis Lee; “HA! THE LAST INTERVIEW”—Gordon Sheppard in conversation with J.S. Porter; “Short Film: Championship” by Stephen Broomer; poetry by Amanda Jernigan; “Inextricably Bound Together: George Grant, Simone Weil, and the Legacy of Canadian Literature” by Tanis MacDonald; and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 53, Fall/Winter 2013
The Departure issue of Hayden’s Ferry Review has landed! Featuring new prose, poetry, translations and photography from J.A. Tyler, Chelsea Biondolillo, Lucas Southworth, Grace Bauer, Matthew Baker, Sandy Longhorn, John James, Kirk Nesset, Cutter Streeby and more! Please keep your seatbelt fastened and all seatbacks and trays in the upright and locked position. Hayden’s Ferry Review is about to take you places you’ve never been before.

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