- Linked Title Smoking Glue Gun
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 9, 2014
Featuring Taisia Kitaiskaia, Kelly Connor, Purdey Lord Kreiden, Daniel Beauregard, Claire Bowman, David Blumenshine, Ansley Clark, Hannah Rodabaugh, Katie Prince, Chelsea Tadeyeske, Dawn Sueoka, and Victoria A. Sanz.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, Spring/Summer 2014
The largest-ever issue of the British literary magazine features 11 short stories, 12 (or 16, depending on how you count) poems, two essay features, and an interview with Katie Waldegrave, co-founder of the literacy charity First Story.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3, Spring 2014
Interview with visionary surrealist painter Carrie Ann Baade. The anonymous tale of a panopticon blurs the lines of real and imaginary. Strange encounters in fictions by Larry Lefkowitz and James Hanna. Menacing meals bubble and stir in poems by Jennifer Jean, Linda Ann Strang, Grant Tarbard, Carol Alexander. A daring memoir by Nicole Santalucia delves into the psychology of addiction.
- Linked Title The Nation
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 298 Number 8, February 24 2014
From Occupy to Climate Justice
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 1, Spring 2013
30th Anniversary Issue
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 26 Number 2, 2013
Our Fall/Winter issue features the prizewinners of this year’s Neil Shepard Prizes in Poetry and Fiction and the Brattleboro Literary Festival Flash Fiction Contest Whose Title We Are Beginning to Rethink. This issue also contains a special feature on sculptor Won Lee, with a photographs of his work along with an essay and interview by Barbara E. Murphy. Also, poetry by Matt Bialer, Melissa Broder, Dounia Choukri, Joshua Corey, Geffrey Davis, Denise Duhamel, Albert Goldbarth, and Bob Hicok; fiction by Dorothy Bendel, Janey Gibilisco, Karl Taro Greenfeld, and Nancy Ludmerer; nonfiction by Barbara E. Murphy; and more.
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 66 Number 4, Winter 2014
Featuring essays by James Santel and Bruce Whiteman; memoirs by John Hales and Yves Bonnefoy; poetry by Anne Stevenson, Sara London, James Applewhite, Emily Grosholz, Mark Jarman, Kate Light, Dick Allen, Anne Pierson Wiese, Henry Weinfield, and Peter Schmitt; chronicles by Brooke Allen, Marcia B. Siegel, Karen Wilkin, Richard Hornby, and Harvey Sachs; and reviews by William H. Pritchard, Charles Martin, Tom Wilhelmus, Mark Jarman, David Mason, and Tess Lewis.
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34 Number 3 - 4, 2014
Featuring fiction by Charles Baxter, Leslie Bazzett, Castle Freeman Jr., Young Rader, Andrew Touhy, and Nick Wolven; poetry by Derrick Austin, Tommye Blount, Christopher Brookhouse, Gary Fincke, Jenny Johnson, John Kinsella, Karl Kirchwey, Cate Marvin, Sarah Murphy, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Matthew Nienow, John Poch, Paisley Rekdal, Martha Rhodes, Craig Morgan Teicher, and G. C. Waldrep; nonfiction by Eve Adler, Rick Barot, Robert Chandler, David Edgar, Ellen Hinsey, Barbara Hyams, Helen Keller, Merritt Moseley, Steven Poole, Peter Savodnik, Vladimir Shlyakhov, P. Adams Sitney, Jeff Staiger, and Tomas Venclova; as well as many translations.
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, February 2014
After this issue’s Featured Selection by Martha Collins, a dazzling project from Hank Lazer. Several more features are in the pipeline. Finally, new work received this month includes pieces from Barbara Hamby, Brian Culhane, Glenn Mott, Kwame Dawes, Kathleen Graber, Erika Meitner, John Kinsella, Henry Israel, Christina Pugh, and Kathleen Ossip.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Number 1, March 2014
This FABULOUS issue kicks off our fourth year of publication with work by Carol Guess and Kelly Magee, Wayne Lee Thomas, Tantra Bensko, Geoff Collins, James Mathews, Lori Lamothe, Patty Somlo, Alex Greenberg, Parker Smith, and Derek Gromadzki. Also featuring a special section: photography by Todd Doner