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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 46 Numbers 1&2, Summer 2018

What do tornados, talking cephalopods, ant colonies, and first-person rodeo bulls have in common? You’ll find them in the current issue of Mississippi Review featuring the prize-winning poetry, nonfiction, and fiction of Cody Smith, Elizabeth Logan Harris, and Andrew Bales, among other wonderful writers. Did we mention the clown detective?

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 22, Summer 2018 online

It's ALIVE! Issue #22 Cleaver Magazine! Graphic narrative by Emily Steinberg; intermedia by Francesco Levato; and poetry by Elaine Cannell, Natalie Kawam, Jonathan Louis Duckworth, Hussain Ahmed, Cait Weiss Orcutt, William Wells, Levi Andalou, Simon Perchik, Jake Montgomery, and Mary Lou Buschi. Flash by Heidia Anvar, Christina Sun, Jacqueline Gabbitas, Joshua Wetjen, Erin Blue Burke, David Nolan, Ron Riekki, Mariah Gese, Erin Pienaar, Jennifer Solheim, Cathy Ulrich, and Lynn Oseguera. Short stories by Nick Kolakowski, Laura Knight Moretz, Sarah Bradley, T.C. Jones, Matt Whelihan, Jennifer Turnquist, and Gloria Yuen. Creative nonfiction by Sahalie Angell Martin, Emily Wick, Z. Schuff, and William Hengst.

This issue includes a special feature on 16 Poets/Editors, 19 poets NEW to Sheila-Na-Gig online, and 15 returning contributors, including Ace Boggess, Devon Balwit, Steve Klepetar, Susan Richardson, Marc Swan, and others.

Sky Island Journal’s stunning fifth issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from every region of the United States and countries all around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused, advertising-free literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free-access, and always advertising-free, discover what 20,000 readers in 113 countries already know. The finest new writing from around the world is now at your fingertips.

In the latest issue, find poetry by Caylin Capra-Thomas, Kim Hyesoon translated by Lauren Albin, Nathan McClain, Amy Meng; fiction by Aria Curtis and Brendan Stephens; and creative nonfiction by Pamela Baker and William Torrey. The 2017 Southeast Review Narrative Nonfiction Contest finalists and winner, Erica Berry, are also in this issue, as well as the 2017 World's Best Short-Short Story Contest with finalists and winner Greta Schuler, and the 2017 Gearhart Poetry Contest with finalist Christopher Childers and winner Jed Myers.

The Summer 2018 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly features art and photography by Lynn Chen (Oriental Beauty), Hugh Moss (Master of the Water, Pine and Stone Retreat), Patricia Steele Raible (Shades of Gray); and fiction and non-fiction by Peter Azrak (God as Feminine), Gary Beck (An Assertion of Poetry), James G. Brueggemann (Chartres Blue), Vincent Louis Carrella (Blackberry Pie), Barbara Haas (Wrestling with Russia), Michael Paul Hogan (From a Distance: The Photography of Paul Polydorou), Jane Anne Staw (What My Father Taught Me), and Janet Sunderland (The Solitary Watcher). This issue also features images from Still Point Art Gallery's exhibition: Still Point X.

In the latest issue, find The Interview - with Julia Gordon Bramer, Sylvia Plath scholar, who also has four poems included in this issue. Free Verse. Haiku. Formal & Rhyming Poetry. Poetry Translations. African Poetry. Holocaust Poetry. Experimental & Forms Poetry. Sentimental Poetry. Fiction and Flash Fiction. Creative nonfiction.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 101, Summer 2018

In Brick 101, Ed Pavlić traces James Baldwin’s first trip to the South, Rachel Andrews crosses borders, and Martha Gellhorn writes to Eleanor Roosevelt. The issue features new fiction by Tsitsi Dangarmbga, Eduardo Halfon, and Canisia Lubrin; interviews with Peter Mettler and Kei Miller; and poetry by Souvankham Thammavongsa, Nikki Wallschlaeger, and Cyrus Console.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2018

In our latest Notes on Writing issue, screenwriter Jennica Harper rediscovers her poetic muse following the birth of her daughter; former soldier Benjamin Hertwig weighs violence and memory after returning from Afghanistan; and Joy Kogawa finds affirmation in these post-truth days. Plus fresh poetry, fiction, non-fiction and reviews.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 24, 2018

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