- Linked Title Figure 1
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 4, 2018
The 4th issue of Figure 1 is up online. Featuring beautiful work from Sagaree Jain, Jeremiah Moriarty, Ronda Broatch, C.T. Salazar, Tafisha A. Edwards, Santee Frazier, Chad Bennett, Gabriella Garofalo, Carol Ellis, and Bernard Capinpin.
- Linked Title Lowestoft Chronicle
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 34, Summer 2018
The summer edition (#34) of the trendy travel-themed literary magazine Lowestoft Chronicle features stories by Philip Barbara, Elaine Barnard, Rob Dinsmoor, Daniel Galef, Carl J. Grindley, Matt Ingoldby, and Robert Wexelblatt, poetry by James B. Nicola, and creative nonfiction by Michael Coolen, Mike Dillon, Brian James Lewis and Lawrence Morgan.
- Linked Title subTerrain
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8 Number 79, Spring 2018
This issue features essays and commentary by Peter Babiak, Charles Campbell, Aaron Chapman, and David Spaner; poetry by Kirsten Pendreigh, Erin Kirsh, Brian O’Neill and Aldona Dziedziejko; fiction from Zsuzsi Gartner, Martin West, Will Richter and Chelene Knight; opinion pieces by Natasha Sanders-Kay, Judith Penner, and Melody Hessing; plus the Crank & File column from Matthew Firth.
- Linked Title Tin House
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Number 4, Summer 2018
Summer Reading. Featuring Ursula K. Le Guin and Yusef Komunyakaa
- Linked Title Blink Ink
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, Summer 2018
"Curbside" issue. Who do you meet, down on the street? Side ally scam, and doorway romance. Drinking with friends on the hood of a car. All this and more in stories of 50 words from Jayne Martin, Gay Degani, Catfish McDaris, Howie Good, and other very talented writers.
- Linked Title Conjunctions
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 70, Spring 2018
Conjunctions:70, Sanctuary gathers fiction, poetry, and narrative nonfiction that explore the myriad ways in which we go about preserving what might otherwise be forfeited. Contributions include an excerpt of Diane Ackerman’s first novel, an exclusive interview with Richard Powers, and new work from Julia Elliott, Mauro Javier Cardenas, Nam Le, and more.