- Linked Title The Massachusetts Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 59 Number 4, Winter 2018
Together with the Lawrence-Minh But Davis of the Smithsonian’s Asian Pacific American Center, and Cathy Schlund-Vials, Professor of Asian American Studies and English at UConn, MR is proud to present a special issue on Asian American literature, Rethinking the Canon. With over 280 pages of new poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and graphic narrative, this issue reexamines the field and suggests where it might head next. With work by Kazim Ali, Marilyn Chin, Javanica Dai, Kimiko Hahn, Matt Huynh, Rami Karim, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Amit Majmudar, Amy Uyematsu, Ocean Vuong, Jane Wong, and many more.
- Linked Title 3Elements Literary Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 21, January 2019
In this issue, see how writers and artists utilize the elements “gristle,” “bolt,” and “kitchen table” in their work. Art and photography by Anna Graziosi, J. Dawson, Chris Roberts, Buku Sarkar, Jennie MacDonald, and Shara Kronmal; fiction by Julia Rocchi, Randall Brown, Kathryn Kulpa, Maureen Brady, and Carla Kitchner; nonfiction by Riley Roberts and Brad Gibault; and poetry by A.M. Kennedy, Monique Gagnon German, MEH, Elizabeth Austin, Terrence Spohn, Angela Lim, Robyn Hunt, and more.
- Linked Title Driftwood Press
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6 Number 1, January 2019
In this issue, find work by and interviews with Claire Agnes, Shane Page, Julia Levine, Roy White, Zachary Eller, Annette Schlichter, Joshua Silavent, Mary Maroste, Joshua Orol, Rainie Oet, Jason Hart, Cindy House, and J. Collings. Plus, work by Thomas Terceira, Tara Roeder, Jacqueline Berger, Crystal Stone, and Alexander Landerman.
- Linked Title Hanging Loose
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 110, 2018
Art by Trevor Winkfield. Words by David Lehman, Marge Piercy, Joanna Fuhrman, Keri Smith, Charles North, Kimiko Hahn, John Godfrey, Sherman Alexie, Gary Lenhart, Caroline Knox, M.L. Smoker, Keith Taylor, Wang Ping, Tom Wayman, many others.
- Linked Title The Gettysburg Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 3, Autumn 2018
In this issue: essays by John Nelson, Martha Gies, Roberta Payne, and Floyd Collins; fiction by Sean Bernard, Laura Kolbe, and Lynda Sexson; paintings by David Graeme Baker; and poetry by Matthew Kilbane, Kat Lewis, Brian Brodeur, Victoria Luizzi, Gary Fincke, Danusha Lameria, R. T. Smith, Allison Hutchcraft, Peter Grandbois, Danielle Weeks, and more.
- Linked Title The Kenyon Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1, January/February 2019
“Dientes for Dentures” by Laura Roque, the winner of our 2018 Short Fiction Contest, appears in the January/February issue, as well as runners-up by Tyler Barton and Christopher Fox. New poetry by Elizabeth Bradfield, Brian Cochran, Jerzy Ficowski (trans. Jennifer Grotz and Piotr Sommer), Sharron Hass (trans. Tsipi Keller), José Kozer (trans. Peter Boyle), Keetje Kuipers, Philip Metres, Rajiv Mohabir, Mary Ruefle, and Brian Tierney; new fiction by Hanna Halperin Goldstein, Gabriela Alemán (trans. Dick Cluster), and Wendy Rawlings; and nonfiction by Sangamithra Iyer and Albert Goldbarth.
- Linked Title The Lake
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 2019
The January issue is now online featuring Stefano Bortolussi, Clare Crossman, Greg Dotoli, Oz Hardwick, Beth McDonogh, Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, Todd Mercer, Joan Michelson, Kenneth Pobo, Alec Solomita, Pamela Sumners. Reviews of Angi Holden’s Spools of Thread and Ayelet McKenzie’s Messages Written on Envelope Backs.
- Linked Title Mud Season Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 41, January 2019
In this issue: art by Malaika Favorite, fiction by Nathan Alling Long, poetry by Arjun Parikh, and nonfiction by Chila Woychik. Additional imagery by Joey Aronhalt, Krysta Ryan, and Richard Vyse.
- Linked Title New England Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 4, 2018
In this Issue: Jennifer Stock considers her mother’s parrot and other hazards of imperialism; Peter LaSalle visits the city of Fernando Pessoa; Paisley Rekdal on sex and soldiering in the poetry of war; Katherine E. Standefer explores the power of attraction; and Stephen Benz looks back on a hundred years at Guantánamo, from Stephen Crane to the War on Terror. Plus thirteen poets new to NER and translations from Russian and French. Poetry by David Biespiel, Chelsea Dingman, Gavin Yuan Gao, Christopher Salerno, and Jane Wong. Fiction by Noah Bogdonoff, Ella Martinsen Gorham, Joan Leegant, and more. Nonfiction by Stephen Benz, Peter LaSalle, and more.