- Linked Title StepAway Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 14, Autumn 2014
Flânerie for the 21st Century, featuring Jon Backmann, Adam Berlin, Michael Duggan, Joachim Frank, Rayon Lennon, Ilona Martonfi, Natalie Shaw, Ana C. H. Silva, Laurie Stone, and Norman Waksler, with cover art by Sarah Symes.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Number 3, 2014
We've got boats as metaphors, ordinary lives that are extraordinary, chairs that seem to be having a conversation, and a rubber duck that navigates the relationship between two cousins, all among a diverse and international array of poems, stories and art featuring people and things broken and mended, duality and comparisons.
- Linked Title American Book Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 35 Number 4, May/June 2014
In Focus: Sixties at Fifty Part II
- Linked Title In These Times
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 38 Number 10, October 2014
What's Religion Good For? Three Views
- Linked Title Whispering Wind Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 42 Number 6 Issue 292, July/August 2014
American Indian crafts and material culture and history. This issue: Plateau Basket Hats
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, September 2014
We devoted this entire issue to the results of our prose poetry contest, which received hundreds of submissions and carried a prize of $500. Our two honorable mentions include work by Lucy Biederman and a detective poem from Christina Olson. A long poem by C Dylan Bassett, an address by Jenny Boychuk, and a Chinese-model prose rhapsodic poem by Jen Hyde were each named as finalists; with Diane LeBlanc as our grand prize winner.
- Linked Title World Literature Today
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 88 Number 5, September/October 2014
A retrospective celebrating the first 10 years of the NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s Literature headlines the expanded September 2014 issue of WLT, which also features a special section devoted to Indigenous literatures in the 21st century. Additional highlights include short fiction by Antonio Tabucchi (Italy), an interview with Roland Rugero (Burundi), and J. Madison Davis’s look back at 10 international milestones of crime and mystery literature of the past decade. As always, new books and book reviews are also featured throughout, along with exclusive content on the WLT website.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2014
If you don’t know what a Tantric Chicken is you’d better read Mara A. Cohen Marks essay to be happily enlightened. In Hardy Griffin’s story a groom in Turkey must demonstrate his skills at Raw Kofte before the honeymoon can proceed. Gail Bellamy keeps 408 Dates with a favorite dish at a local restaurant.