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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 30, Winter 2013-14
The Winter 2013-14 issue features poetry by Kit Soleil, Marci Rae Johnson, Rob Cook, Rachel Heimowitz, Julia Carin?o, Brad Davis, David Faldet, Kevin McLellan, Abigail Carroll, Joseph Fasano, John Blair, and Timothy Kercher; fiction by Eric Sheridan Wyatt and Michelle Webster-Hein; a review by Rita Jones; and visual art by Alla Bartoshchuk, Steve A. Prince, and Ashley Norwood Cooper.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6, 2013
Contributors to issue 6 include Shamshad Abdullaev, Tatyana Apraksina, Mona Awad, Jacqueline Berger, Justin Boening, Marius Burokas, Esthela Calder
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 2.5, 2014 Winter Supplement online
SLEET EATS!, our special winter supplement has arrived. This mini-edition of Sleet Magazine features restaurant reviews, as writers from across the globe provide us their special takes on food reporting. Travel the globe from Mexico to Norway to NY to exotic cafes and diners in small town Minnesota. Read beautiful new work from poet Jim Moore and get lost in Spoleto, Italy.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 38 Number 2, Winter 2013
SRPR’s Winter 2013 issue features the winners of this year’s Editors’ Prize, selected by Juliana Spahr, as well as new work by Monica Hand, James Engelhardt, Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Melissa Cundieff-Pexa, Douglas Kearney, Stephen Massimilla, Pablo Neruda (translated by Dennis Maloney and Mary Berg), Lisa Ampleman, and many more. Jason Bredel is our Featured Illinois poet, and you’ll find a pithy interview with Joanne Diaz following Bredel’s poems. The issue concludes with a meaty review essay by Katy Didden on ekphrasis and new books by David Wojahn, Forrest Gander, and Sarah Fox.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, Winter 2014 online
The Habit of Freedom: on being adequate to the problem. Seeing Surveillance: in conversation with Kazys Varnelis and Trevor Paglen. The Drone Problem: in conversation with Micah Zenko of the Council on Foreign Relations. Bergman in ‘68: Alison Kozberg on the disaster narrative suited to our time. Marches of Nations: As the centenary of the WWI Christmas Truces approaches, G.K. Peatling and Elizabeth Murphy look at how “the limits of mainstream historiography appear to have assisted a renewal of militarism in British society.” War Veterans Telling Stories about War: in conversation with J.A. Moad, II. “Unfinished Revolutions”: Revising Paul Goodman’s Growing up Absurd: In conversation with Taylor Stoehr.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 1, January 7, 2014 online
Atticus Review presents its first issue of 2014, "Hair", featuring poetry, short and flash fiction. On Thursday, Swoon and Meg Tuite collaborated to produce the videopoem "Rapprochement Crisis", and on Friday a non-fiction From the Attic piece by Aimee Brossman, "Speak".
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2013/14
The Winter 2013/2014 edition of Barrow Street includes work from 109 poets plus a special feature by Afaa Michael Weaver, poems from Vestigial, by Page Hill Starzinger, Winner, 2013 Barrow Street Book Contest and Works in Progress by Sharon Dolin.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 5, December 2013 online
Prose and poetry by Amy Ash, Andrew R. Baker, Jon Barrows, Heather Bell, Ben Boyarko, Johanna Evenson, Paula Friedman, Frances Gapper, Brad G. Garber, Paul Hostovsky, Sean Howard, Elaine Howell, Karen An-hwei Lee, Jennifer Martelli, Hannah Rose Neuhauser, B. Parker, Winnona Elson Pasquini, Cindy Rinne, Jessica Van de Kemp, David Walker, Robert Wexelblatt.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2013
Progress Issue featuring “There Will be Oil” by Edwin Dobb.

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