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Our nineteenth online issue includes short stories from Matthew McEver, Cathy Rose, Christopher X. Shade, Kim Siegleson, and Sarah Jennings; non-fiction from Terry Barr and Rori Leigh Hoatlin; and poetry from Sarah Henning, Maari Carter, Philip Theibert, Dan Jacoby, and Devin Kelly.
Featuring a 50-year retrospective with interviews and analysis of Mississippi Freedom Sumer 1964; The University and the Security State; An Exit Strategy from Fossil Fuel Capitalism; “Lean and Mean” Financialized Health Care; Reviewing Education “Reform”, Carnage and Reconciliation in Peru’s Communities, the Arab Spring—and more!
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 298 NUmber 18, May 5 2014
The theme for the 2014 issue is The Art of Science. Biology, geology, chemistry, physics, and so many other realms of reasoning and discovery constantly overlap with the world of art and writing. This collection includes works inspired by interaction with and observation of science, featuring a winner for prose, a winner for poetry, and two pieces from Voices of Nassau.
This issue features our 2014 James Hearst Poetry Prize winners. It also has a special four page full-color spread with poems by James Hearst and illustrations by Gary Kelley to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the James and Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts. This is a one time only feature.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Issue 1, Spring/Summer 2014
For the 19th consecutive year, we are pleased to bring you poems of New England, nature, meditation, and haiku featuring the most-recognized names in the small press alongside newer poets. This issue features the poetry of Marilyn Dorf and David Stankiewicz. Other contributors including Sam Butcher, Lorraine Caputo, Alan Catlin, Dennis Daly, J. J. Eliot, Rachel King, Simon Perchik, Tzynya L. Pinchback, Catherine Simpson and George Young hail from the United States, Norway, the United Kingdom and Canada.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 17 Number 3, 2013
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“I liked the idea of a city atop hundreds, thousands of canals of streaming light...” Thus begins the May Shorts edition of Atticus Review, featuring flash and poetry that does quality work in limited space. Then on Thursday, Gyaltsen F. Go brings you “Red Elephants,” a candid story of dependency, love and loss.

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