- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47/48, 2014
One phrase that comes to mind with respect to the contents is “foreign and domestic,” a term pointing two ways that turns up in federal swearing-in ceremonies and in oaths of citizenship. It also resonates throughout this issue, from the homeland security of “A Family of Interest” in James Gordon Bennett’s Danahy Fiction Prize story to Martin Cloutier’s disturbing “World Brought Close,” with its images of need and vulnerability. Foreign and domestic explorations can stretch the boundaries of the worlds we know, and this issue probes both home and outer limits. Reality is continuously augmented in this issue, cover to cover, starting with digital video and audio layers triggered by the “Augmented Reality” cover art of Kendra Frorup.
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring/Summer 2014
In this issue, we discern truth from illusion with award-winning, NYT best-selling author Mona Simpson. From revealing everyday heroes to voicing injustices to showing the courage it takes to face the odds, our fiction and non-fiction sections grapple with the dark to turn it to light. Our poetry section reaches places within. Our Writers’ Craft Box presents a never-before-shared anecdote from one of Amazon’s self-publishing success story authors and the freedom in journaling. Our Writers’ Challenge is a haunting photograph. We review Like a Beggar by Ellen Bass, and we feature responses to our Pay It Forward Initiative. Dive in!
- Linked Title Harvard Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 45, 2014
This issue features new fiction by Eileen Pollack and Suzanne Matson, poems by Cate Marvin, John Tranter, Orlando Ricardo Menes, and Jericho Brown, essays by Sven Birkerts, Lia Purpura, Mako Yoshikawa, and art by Doug and Mike Starn, Emily Eveleth, and Matthew Ritchie.
- Linked Title Iron Horse Literary Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16 Number 2, NaPoMo 2014
National Poetry Month 2014 issue
- Linked Title Lavender Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 9, June 2014
Featuring Colleen McKee, Eleanor Lerman, Janice Gould, Judy Grahn, kathryn l. pringle, Nicole Brossard, Risa Denenberg, Rita Mae Reese, Robin Becker, Suzanne Gardinier, Naomi Replansky, and more.
- Linked Title Lowestoft Chronicle
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 18, 2014
Issue #18 of Lowestoft Chronicle includes fiction by Anthony Bain, Robert Boucheron, Michael C. Keith, Peter McMillan, John Mueter and Kevin Quigley, poetry by Melanie Griffin and Sarah Ann Winn, nonfiction by Matt Nestor and Melissa Wiley, and interviews with Jay Parini and Sheldon Russell.