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received December 11, 2017
- Foundry - December 2017 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6, December 2017
Issue 6 of Foundry is here with new poems by Geoff Anderson, Destiny O. Birdsong, Caroline Cabrera, Kyle Dacuyan, Jocelyn Heath, Lena Moses-Schmitt, Natalie Shapero, Abigail Walthausen, Derrick Austin, Kristene Kaye Brown, Jennifer S. Cheng, Carol Guess, Christine Shan Shan Hou, Jessica Scicchitano, Larisa Svirsky, and Lauren Yates.
- Poetry - December 2017 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 211 Number 3, December 2017
In the December 2017 issue: New Canadian Poets including Michael Prior, Ian Williams, Sachiko Murakami, Liz Howard, Mark Laliberte, Nyla Matuk, Shane Book, Daniel Scott Tysdal, Sonnet L'Abbé, Dani Couture, Ben Ladouceur, and Jeff Latosik. In Comments: Ange Mlinko and Shane Neilson. Plus poetry by Dan Beachy-Quick, Igor Klikovac, Robert Adamson, Cytnia Arrieu-King, Forrest Gander, and more.
- Valley Voices - Fall 2017 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 17 Number 2, Fall 2017
The Fall 2017 issue of Valley Voices features the retired geologist Andrew Morang's photographic essay about the Mississippi Delta with a focus on architectural styles that characterize the region with shotgun houses, cottages, churches, and mansions. It also features poetry by Lenard D. Moore, a North Carolina poet and an interview with him conducted by the editor. This issue also includes fine work by poets, story writers, book reviewers, and scholars from Alabama, Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York, and Pennsylvania.
- wildness - December 2017 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 11, December 2017
Issue No. 11 of wildness features poetry from Chelsea Dingman, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Derrick Austin, Leila Chatti, Majda Gama, and others, as well as fiction and nonfiction from Jenny Wu and Shuly Xóchitl Cawood, and an interview with Kyo Maclear.
Other Literary Magazines
received December 11, 2017
- The American Poetry Journal - December 2017 - mag stand
- Linked Title The American Poetry Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, December 2017
New poems by Jessica Cuello, Cara Dees, Anthony DiPietro, Jill Alexander Essbaum, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Susan Grimm, Benjamin Gucciardi, Seth Jani, Stacy Kidd, Elidio La Torre Lagares, Jeffrey Morgan, Steve Mueske, Tzynya Pinchback, Mary TwoTeeth, and Ruth Thompson.
- Brick - Winter 2018 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 100, Winter 2018
Brick’s 100th issue features writing by John Keene, Anne Carson, César Aira, Madeleine Thien, Karen Solie, Kamila Shamsie, Louise Erdrich, and so many more. In a special section, nine writers invite another writer to discuss the “mortar” that holds together a writing life. Plus, Eleanor Wachtel interviews Ai Weiwei, Michael Wiegers on W. S. Merwin, Eduardo Halfon on translating William Carlos Williams while awaiting the birth of his son, or Shana L. Redmond's celebration of Paul Robeson.
- Manzano Mountain Review - Winter 2017 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Winter 2017
Spotlight on New Mexico Poetry
- Orange Quarterly - Fall 2017 - mag stand
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, Fall 2017
Indulge in the REVIVAL issue of Orange Quarterly, featuring artwork by Michael Dicken, anxious fiction by Joseph Moore, and must-read poems by Victoria Le, Keith Taylor, Green House Poetry Prize winner Mike Zhai, and more! This issue also includes interviews with OQ 5’s talented contributors and embedded audio of poets reading their work.
- Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine - December 2017 - mag stand
- 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.
- The Southampton Review - Winter/Spring 2018 - mag stand
- 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.