- Linked Title Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, December 2017
This issue features poetry from 18 writers, as well as a review of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice in 61 Haiku (1,037 Syllables!) by James W. Gaynor.
- Linked Title The Southampton Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter/Spring 2018
Featuring work by Billy Collins, Lore Segal, Cornelius Eady, Julia Slavin, Saptarishi Bandopadhyay, Remy Barnes, among others, and the winners of TSR’s Short Short Fiction Contest.
- Linked Title Allegro Poetry Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, December 2017
Issue 15 is now online. The edition is a “two in one,” including both poems and the prompts behind the poetry. Poets include Sarah Law, Bill Brown, Kersten Christianson, Rick Blum, Cathryn Shea, Lisa Stice, Charlese Rammelkamp, Cat Campbell, Andrew Turner, Helen May Williams, Harry Youtt, Beverly Boyd, Joe Cottonwood, Gabriella Brand, Dana Johnson, Humphrey Astley, Barbara E. Hunt, Molly Rowan, and Antonia Clark.
- Linked Title Colorado Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Number 3, Fall/Winter 2017
The Fall/Winter 2017 issue features the Winner of the 2017 Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction: Katie Flynn with “Island Rule.” Also find poetry by Jackson Holbert, Yael Massen, Sarah Rose Nordgren, and Abraham Smith, and nonfiction by Lois Ruskai Melina.
- Linked Title Gemini Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date November 2017
Our November issue is now online featuring the six winners of our annual Flash Fiction Contest as well as new poetry. First prize goes to Kim Trevathan. Canadian writer S.R. Larin took second prize, and honorable mention winners are Avee Chadhuri, Lee W. Sang, Efrem Sigel, K.L. Cook. In this issue also find new poetry from Gannon Daniels and Rosalind Kaliden, and from the archives, a thought-provoking poem about racism by Gil Arzola.
- Linked Title The Lake
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date December 2017
The December issue of The Lake is now online featuring Purabi Bhattacharya, Johanna Boal, Daniel Roy Connelly, Mike Dillon, Kelsey Englert, Regina Jamison, Pratibha Kelapure, Pippa Little, Maren O. Mitchell, Tim Phillipart, J. R. Solonche, Paul M. Strohm. Reviews of Lena Khalaf Tuffaha’s Arab in Newsland, Abegail Morley’s In the Curator’s Hands and Donall Dempsey’s Gerry Sweeney’s Mammy.
- Linked Title Mud Season Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 34, November 2017
In this issue: art by Ronna Lebo, fiction by Constance Renfrow, nonfiction by Rachel Veroff, and poetry by Sandy Coomer. Plus, additional imagery by Ekaterina Vasilyeva and Jenn Powers.
- Linked Title Poet Lore
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 112 Number 3/4, Fall/Winter 2017
The Fall/Winter 2017 issue features poetry by 'Gbenga Adeoba, David Gewanter, Kimiko Hahn, Mihaela Mascaliuc, Danielle Sellers, R.T. Smith, Julia Wendell; essays by Terrance Hayes, Annie Kantar, Leah Souffrant; and reviews by Zara Raab, Lee Rossi, and Anne Harding Woodworth.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 77, December 2017
This month’s featured selection includes 21 Polish poems, edited by Marc Vincenz. Adam Tavel offers two mini-reviews of recent poetry collections, and an essay by David Wojahn. Poetry selections include Timothy Liu, Rafael Campo, Michelle Bitting, Jessica Greenbaum, Jane Springer, J. Allyn Rosser, Ester Naomi Perquin, David Clewell, Danielle Blau, Patricia Clark, Bruce Bond, and Kim Addonizio.
- Linked Title Subprimal Poetry Art
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, Winter 2017
For our tenth issue, we once again have the pleasure of presenting work from various countries, some of which has been translated into English from its original language. Michael Goldman brings us a translation of Danish writer Cecil Bødker, and Andrew Sorokowski brings us work from Ukrainian writer Natalia Bilotserkivets. This is of course in addition to the various other writers and artists who have sent their work our way for this issue. Alexander Chubar, Julio Cesar Villegas, Quin Nelson, Adrian Potter, Constantia Geronta, Patrick Cahill, Brittany Ackerman, Nels Hanson, Eileen Cunniffe, Tony Gloeggler, and William Doreski.