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Magazines Received September 20, 2021

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consequence volume 13Consequence

Volume 13, 2021
Volume 13 of Consequence journal is now available! We've undergone a number of major changes since our founder, George Kovach, passed away last year, but what hasn't changed in the least is our commitment to bringing you astounding prose, poetry, visual art, and translations that address the human consequences and realities of war and geopolitical violence. For this volume, that means we have jaw-dropping work from the likes of Jehanne Dubrow, Barabara Krasner, Clintel Steed, Sylvie Kandé, and many others. We are proud and excited to share this volume with you. Learn more...


cutleaf issue 17 Cutleaf

Issue 17, September 2021 online
Issue 17 is live. In this issue, Melissa Helton shares two poems beginning with “The Teenager Has Gone Witchy.” Hanna Ferguson uses food to recount important moments in her life in “An In-Progress Cookbook of Recipes That Stick to My Ribs.” And Joan Wickersham prepares for Halloween with the best of intentions in the short story “The Subterranean Calendar.” The images in this issue feature cyanotypes of British algae, produced by Anna Atkins (1799-1871), an English botanist and, some argue, the very first female photographer, most noted for using photography in her books on various plants. Learn more...


georgia review fall 2021 Georgia Review

Fall 2021
The Georgia Review’s Fall 2021 issue is now available for purchase. This issue features new writing from Stephanie Burt, Kwame Dawes, G. C. Waldrep, Rosa Alcalá, Aryn Kyle, and many more. Additional highlights in the issue include an essay by Darby Jo translated from the Korean, a story by Laila Stien translated from the Norwegian, and a can’t-miss art portfolio by Derek Fordjour, accompanied by an introduction and interview with the artist from GR Managing Editor C. J. Bartunek. Learn more...


hippocampus magazine Hippocampus Magazine

September/October 2021 online
Our latest issue went live last week, and we're so pleased to share it with you. Inside, you'll find essays and flash creative nonfiction by writers including: Sophie Scolnik-Brower, Morgan Eklund, Kathryn Fitzpatrick, Joey Garcia, Karen Green, Nita Noveno, Jess Payne, Sherry Shahan, Gary Smothers, Hannah Smothers, and Hillary Wentworth. Our new edition also features an articles section full of reviews, interviews, and columns. Learn more...


humana obscura fall winter 2021 Humana Obscura

Fall/Winter 2021
The latest issue of Humana Obscura is now available, and features work from 43 writers and artist from around the globe. Our cover artist is Retura Claar. This issue’s featured artist is Derrick Breidenthal, and our featured poet is Luke Levi. Also in this issue: poetry by Audrey Colasanti, Sam Sharp, J. P. White, Hugh Hughes, Elaine T. Stockdale, and more; prose by Jason Goldsmith and Waverly Woldemichael; and art by Buffy Davis, Sharon Becker, Katya Belena, Tiffany Wong, M. Russek, and others. Learn more...


rain taxi fall 2021 Rain Taxi Review of Books

Fall 2021
The new Fall 2021 issue is hard to miss with a stunning cover by Minnesota poet and artist Paula Cisewski! Inside, you’ll find interviews with poet Mervyn Taylor and talk radio host turned author Peter Werbe, a visit with Tessa B. Dick, a closer look at the legacy of Braiding Sweetgrass, and reviews of books by Joan Mitchell, Richard Wright, Geoff Dyer, Will Alexander, Duo Duo, N. H. Pritchard, Allison Bechdel, and many more! Check out the contents at our website. Learn more...


wordrunner echapbooks summer 2021 Wordrunner eChapbooks

Issue 43, Summer 2021 online
A novella in stories, these ten powerful and gritty, interlinked tales take readers inside an impoverished, drug-ridden central Florida neighborhood where the Collins family lives. The three children are being raised by their bartender mother while their father is in prison. The angry oldest son Phillip bullies his siblings—Daniel, who likes to try on his mama's clothes and lipstick, and little sister Tammy, wise beyond her years. Tammy has a crush on Angelo, a boy across the street whose multi-generation Puerto Rican family provides a contrast with the dysfunctional Collinses. Their next-door neighbor Marsha is both caretaker and predator. They are all hiding secrets from each other, yet despite cruelty and bullying, are loyal to their own. Learn more...


Magazines Received September 13, 2021

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allegro poetry Kenyon Review

September/October 2021
The Sept/Oct 2021 issue of the Kenyon Review features the winners of the 2021 Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers; stories by Heather Bourbeau, Catherine Carberry, Marcela Fuentes, and Bess Winter; an essay by Laurie Kutchins; and poems by Beth Bachmann, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Bruce Beasley, Nicole Callihan, Miriam Bird Greenberg, Linda Gregerson, Matt Hart, Rajiv Mohabir, Nancy Reddy, Wesley Rothman, George Seferis (translated by Jennifer R. Kellogg), and Lee Young-ju (translated by Jae Kim). Learn more...


lakes september 2021 The Lake

September 2021 online
The September issue is now online featuring John Cole, Robert G. Cowser, Hayley Mitchell Haugen, Tom Kelly, Don Narkevic, Joyce Schmid, Kiriti Sengupta, J. R. Solonche, Ian Stuart, Tineke Van der Eeken, Sarah White. Reviews of J.R. Solonche’s Selected Poems 2001-2021 and Fleur Adcock’s The Mermaid’s Purse.  Learn more...


plume september 2021 Plume

Issue 121, September 2021 online
This month’s featured selection includes an interview with Amaia Gabantxo by Mihaela Moscaliuc. Nonfiction by Chard DeNiord. Cameron MacKenzie reviews John Wall Barger’s Resurrection Fail. This month’s poetry selections: Mary Halvorson, Natalka Bilotserkivets, Lynnell Edwards, Sherri Felt Dratfield, Rajiv Mohabir, Robert Nazarene, Rogan Kelly, Sarah Arvio, Troy Jollimore, Floyd Skloot, Carolyn Oliver, Carolina Hotchandani, C. G. Hanzlicek, and Linda Pastan. Learn more...


spoon river poetry review summer 2021 Spoon River Poetry Review

Volume 46 Number 1, Summer 2021
In this issue: work by Kim Hyesoon trsnalted by Don Mee Choi, Aaron Lopatin, Linnea Nelson, Jacob Stratman, James McKee, Leslie Ann Minot, John C. Morrison, Andrea L. Fry, Andrew Hemmert, María Negroni translated by Michelle Gil-Montero, Enzo Silon Surin, Carlos Soto-Román translated by Daniel Borzutzky, Lara Dopazo Ruibal translated by Laura Cesarco Eglin, Michelle Gil-Montero, Cindy King, Austin Segrest, Amanda Shaw, John Blair, Adam Tavel, Paula Harris, Bruce Robinson, Ginny Wiehardt, Karen Hilberg, Ennio Moltedo translated by Marguerite Feitlowitz, and Rocío Ágreda Piérola translated by Jessica Sequeira. Learn more...


Topical Poetry

Issue 15, September 2021 online



Magazines Received September 07, 2021

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allegro poetry Allegro Poetry Magazine

Issue 27, September 2021 online
Issue 27 on the theme of 'Geography' is now online. Poetry by D A Prince, Lynne Lawner, George Moore, Ruth O’Callaghan, Rebecca Gethin, Finola Scott, Phil Vernon, Grant Tarbard, John Grey, Simon Perchik, Alistair Noon, Kelley White, Kristine Johanson, Chris Pellizzari, Joe Crocker, Caroline Davies, Philip Burton, Paula Aamli, Stuart Mckenzie, Toby Jackson, Psalmuel Benjamin Oluwasheun, Kris Spencer, Cathryn McWilliams, Ilse Pedler, Rosalind Adam, Loretta Fahy, Nina Parmenter, Chris Kinsey, Gwen Sayers, Robin Helweg-Larsen, Katie Martin, Jennie E. Owen, Ama Bolton, Duncan Forbes, Julian Dobson, and Angi Holden. Learn more...


cutleaf issue 16 Cutleaf

Issue 16, September 2021 online
In this issue, Peggy Xu remembers the joy of culinary whiplash that results when food and culture combine in “Yam’Tcha.” David B. Prather shares three poems beginning with one that takes us into the beautiful mind of “The Boy in the High School Science Room.” And Ray Trotter depicts a scene of speculation and frustration when two men wonder what’s inside a locked workshop in “Scavengers.” The images in this issue were created by German biologist Ernst Haeckel who was fascinated by medusae, the umbrella-shaped animals commonly called jellyfish. Learn more...


dillydoun review issue 8 The Dillydoun Review

Issue 8, September 2021 online
The September issue is here! Short stories by Chaya Kahanovitch, Amelia Kleiber, Liam Strong, and A. Whittenberg; flash fiction by Catherine Chang, Sarah Enamorado, Bob McNeil, Marcelo Medone, Mark Putzi, Gary Reddin, and Sky Sprayberry; flash nonfiction by Wendy BooydeGraaff, Marco Etheridge, Melanie Kallai, and Maggie Walcott; prose poetry by Steve Gerson and Mary Lynn Reed, and poetry by Genevieve Betts, Matthew James Friday, Anagha Khandelwal, Lana La Framboise, Doug Van Hooser, and Anna Papadopoulos. Learn more...


jewish fiction .net issue 28 Jewish Fiction .net

Issue 28, September 2021 online
We’re excited to announce our beautiful new Rosh Hashana issue! Here you’ll find 12 delightful stories, as refreshing as apples and as sweet as honey, originally written in five languages: Czech, Hungarian, Yiddish, Hebrew, and English. The Czech story, “Luck,” is the first one we’ve published translated from that language, and this brings to 17 the number of languages represented in Jewish Fiction .net. Also, in honour of the upcoming holiday, our new issue includes a Rosh Hashana story: “Here I Am.” Enjoy our new issue and Happy New Year! Learn more...


macguffin summer 2021 The MacGuffin

Volume 37 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2021
The cover of the MacGuffin’s Vol. 37.2 is a postcard, painted by featured artist Kathleen Frank, sent from summer vacation. Travel stories abound: hike to ESSNWNAU-AL in Gracjan Kraszewski’s “First Impressions” and fly out to Saskatchewan on a brief hunt for truth and a certain mythological creature in Alexander Wentzell’s “Big Feet.” At the end of the day, take a load off with Maryann Corbett’s “Hotel Housekeeping.” For those stuck in summer school, Hedy Habra’s “Or How Did I Even Think I’d Make It Back in Time for Class?” is your point of departure, though you may miss the bell. Learn more...


poetry september 2021 Poetry

Volume 218 Number 5, September 2021
In this issue: work by Justin Danzy, Ina Cariño, Daye Phillippo, Jai Hamid Bashir, Eugenia Leigh, Christell Victoria Roach, Janelle Tan, Marianne Chan, Jinhao Xie, RK Fauth, Philip Metres, Saddiq Dzukogi, Danni Quintos, Jim Whiteside, Lisa Low, Fritz Ward, Chris Santiago, and Gabriel Dozal. Learn more...


rattle fall 2021 Rattle

Volume 27 Number 3, Fall 2021
The Fall 2021 issue features a tribute to Indian Poets. The world’s largest democracy is also the second-largest English-speaking population. We explore the state of contemporary poetry in India, featuring 16 Indian poets and a profound conversation with Forward Prize-winner Tishani Doshi. The issue also includes both cover art and a brilliant sestina by Shreya Vikram, a young poet who debuted in this year’s RYPA anthology. The open section is full of familiar names and new faces, including two past Rattle Poetry Prize winners in Joseph Fasano and Alison Townsend, plus Jason Olsen’s long footnoted look at the celebrity apology. Learn more...


 woven tale press september 2021 The Woven Tale Press

Volume 9 Number 7, September 2021 online
The earth hanging by a thread, and more. In this issue: Alysa Bennett, Stephen Campiglio, Tricia Capello, Patricia Glauser, Edward Lee, Roger Mitchell, Tim J. Myers, Ken Post, Megan Staffel, Maxwell Suzuki, Martha Tuttle, and Susan B. Wadsworth. Learn more...


Storm Cellar

Volume 9 Number 2, Summer 2021
The “Fusion” issue is here with work by Jennifer Love, Jihoon Park, Jackie Yang, Austin Treat, Karol Lagodzki, Valerie Witte, Brianna Cunliffe, Mel Sherrer, Kelsey Day, Berico Henry, Sam Lane, Gwen Hart, Sophia Liu, Lauren Paredes, Sydney Yount, and more.



Magazines Received August 30, 2021

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cutleaf issue 15 The Adroit Journal

Issue 38, August 2021 online
Issue 38 is here! Poetry by David Hernandez, Mark Doty, Patricia Liu, Margaret Ray, Chris Santiago, Maja Lukic, Rachel Long, Mai Der Vang, Rebecca Morton, Rita Dove, and more; prose by Tucker Leighty-Phillips, Raye Hendrix, Krystle DiCristofalo, and Perry Lopez; and interviews with Rachel Yoder, Forrest Gander, Brandon Taylor, and Shangyang Fang. Plus art by Michelle Liu, Min Seung Kim, Emily Huang, Austin Kim, and more. Learn more...


baltimore review summer 2021 The Baltimore Review

Issue 38, August 2021 online
We are pleased to present our Summer 2021 issue with poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction by: Jeffrey Bean, David Bergman, Stephen Cramer, Vishnas R. Gaitonde, Robin Gow, Claire Kortyna, Kelley J. P. Lindberg, Jarid McCarthy, James McKean, Chido Muchemwa, Patricia Patterson, Lis Sanchez, Seher Fatema Vora, Jieyan Wang, and Yunya Yang. Learn more...


dillydoun review august 2021 The Dillydoun Review

Issue 7, August 2021 online
A new issue is only a couple days away, but don’t miss Issue 7 with poetry by Julie Benesh, Robert Beveridge, Eve Chilali, Robin Gow, Lily Mayo, Anita Nahal, and more; prose poetry by Cecilia M. Gigliotti; nonfiction by Jeff Lawenda; flash fiction by David Brensilver, Jean-Paul Lor, Kevin Joseph Reigle, and Té V. Smith; and short stories by Seven Autumns, Gail Hammill, J.B. Hill, Hayden Sidun, and others. Learn more...


malahat review summer 2021 The Malahat Review

Issue 215, Summer 2021
The Summer 2021 issue of The Malahat Review features poetry by Elena Bentley, Patricia Caspers, Leah Callen, Christina Shah, Jamella Hagen, and Saeed Tavanee Marvi; fiction by Philip Huynh, Geoffrey Line, Carlee Bouillon, and Cedar Bowers; and nonfiction by Sean Sam and Paul Dhillon. Plus book reviews covering titles of all genres. Learn more...


missouri review summer 2021 Missouri Review

Volume 44 Number 2, Summer 2021
“Moving On.” Inside: First fiction by Danica Li. Alex Ramirez on boxing, defeat, and Diego Corrales. Poetry by Bruce Campbell, Tiana Clark, V. Penelope Pelizzon, and Nancy Reddy. Stories by Samantha Xiao Cody, Shakarean Hutchinson, Daphne Kalotay, and Becky Mandelbaum. Plus Dave Zoby’s “Oil Town Overture,” features on costume collaborations between Edith Head and Alfred Hitchcock, Magritte, and Lisa Katz looks at intersectionality and identity in four recent women’s memoirs. Learn more...


qu literary magazine summer 2021 Qu Literary Magazine

Volume 44 Number 2, Summer 2021
In this issue: fiction by Sarah Starr Murphy and Andi Diehn. Nonfiction by Joseph Cuomo. Poetry by Ron Riekki, Sydney Haas, Katie Ellen Bowers, Darius Atefat-Peckham, Michael Buckius, Rae Hoffman Jager, Austin Garrett, Amanda Hartzell, and Hannah Cohen. Writing for stage & screen by Madeline Puccioni and Eric Braman. Plus, Steven Rinehart on “The Fine Art of Being Someone Else.” Learn more...


Topical Poetry

Issue 14, August 2021 online



Magazines Received August 23, 2021

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cutleaf issue 15 Cutleaf

Issue 15, August 2021 online
In this issue, Vanessa Nirode deciphers the vague alteration notes left for the often-over-looked, behind-the-scenes tailors for television shows. Benjamin Woodard gives a breath-taking account of Barry, a man in his mid-50s, who acts impulsively while out for an evening stroll with his wife. Ohio Poet Laureate Kari Gunter-Seymour writes about what happens when you try to love someone who thinks he doesn’t deserve to be loved. The images in this issue are film stills taken from the short film “I Like Tomorrow” by Jennifer Reeder and Nancy Andrews. “I Like Tomorrow" is a sci-fi musical that combines live action and animation about a lonely lady astronaut. You can watch the film online until the end of August 2021. Learn more...


grand little things august 2021 Grand Little Things

Issue 15, August 2021 online
This month on Grand Little Things: poetry by Jane Kennedy Mitchell, Steve Mentz, Sean Patrick, David Russell Mosley, Evan Vandermeer, Ken Gosse, Tonya Walter, Amanda Ryan, Martin Potter, and Bob McAfee. Learn more...


grand little things august 2021 The Main Street Rag

Volume 26 Number 3, Summer 2021
In this issue: fiction by Kristi Humphrey Davis, Brett Dixon, Ankur Razdan, Babak Movahed, Douglas K. Currier, and David Sapp; poetry by Michael S. Glaser, Buffy Aakaash, Ellen Austin-Li, Rachel Barton, Anthony Butts, Ted Clausen, Richard Cole, John Cullen, Holly Day, John Philip Drury, Susan Entsminger, Craig Evenson, Ken Fifer, Kasha Martin Gauthier, Carol Hamilton, Ken Holland, William Snyder, Jr., William R. Stoddart, Maryfrances Wagner, Kari Wergeland, Nicole Walker, Richard Widerkehr, Beth Oast Williams, and more; and book reviews by Chapin Cimino, Ryan Clark, Terresa Haskew, Jeanne Julian, George Longenecker, Maria Rouphail, and Richard Allen Taylor. Learn more...


nimrod spring summer 2021 Nimrod International Journal

Volume 64 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2021
Endings & Beginnings. Fiction by Sruthi Narayanan, Titus Chalk, Michael Nye, and others; creative nonfiction by Katie Culligan and Kirsten L. Parkinson; and poetry by Chelsea Wagenaar, Richard K. Kent, Grant Clauser, John A. Nieves, Chelsea Bayouth, Emma Aylor, Suzie Eckl, Magpie Miller, Christen Noel Kauffman, Carol Guess & Rochelle Hurt, Trevor Moffa, Pam Baggett, Mamie Morgan, Rilla Askew, Kira Trainor, Elinor Ann Walker, Jan Clausen, Sarah Carleton, Katie Hartsock, Gabriel Spera, and more.  Learn more...


Breakbread Magazine

Volume 1 Issue 2, June 2021

Mud Season Review

Issue 57, August 2021 online



Magazines Received August 16, 2021

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hole in the head review august 2021 Hole in the Head Review

Volume 2 Number 3, August 2021 online
The latest issue of Hole in the Head Review features work by Sheleen McElhinney, Cindy Buchanan, David Dixon, Miriam N. Kotzin, Jocelyn Ulevicus, Kenneth Rosen, Cal Freeman, Jefferson Navicky, Julio Maran, Jill DeGroff, Lisa Bellamy, Tania Runyan, Jacklyn Hogan, JC Reilly, Cynthia Good, Christopher Rubio-Goldsmith, Dan McLeod, Jean Kane, Luda Pahl, Jack J. Chielli, ky li, Brad G. Garber, J.R. Solonche, William Doreski, Chris Black, Richard Weaver, Sara McAulay, Pamela Sumners, Susan Gunter, Michael Hower, Alfred Fournier, Igor Zusev, and Pennie Bisbee Walters. Plus Michael Hettich interviews Cyrus Cassells. Learn more...


louisville review spring 2021 The Louisville Review

Number 89, Spring 2021
The Louisville Review, Volume 89, Spring 2021, includes poetry, fiction, art essays, and book reviews from the following authors: Julie Beals, D. A. Becher, Carl Boon, Christopher Buckley, K. J. Bundy, Roger Camp, Peter Cooley, Todd Davis, Anastasia Dreval, Halina Duraj, Lynn Gordon, Lily Greenberg, Kathleen Gregg, Samina Hadi-Tabassum, Ken Holland, Elizabeth Hughey, Marcia L. Hurlow, Emily Jennings, Bonnie Omer Johnson, Hallie Johnston, Brandon Krieg, Peter Leight, Gabrielle LeJeune, Robin Lippincott, Elmo Lum, Sofia Machado, Melissa Madenski, and more. Cornerstone (Grades K-12 Poems) features the following poets: Evelyn Coen, Nicole Chu, Lily Egol, Jaiden Galecki, Agnes Loeser, Nanditha Nagavishnu, Ajay Sawat. Learn more...


snapdragon summer 2021 Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing

Issue 7 Number 2, Summer 2021
This issue is filled with poetry, creative nonfiction, and photography from around the globe. This year, we're focused on the stages of grief and using art to explore the various complexities of grief. This is our second issue of the series, and the theme is "anger." But, rest assured, though the issue explores the raw pain of anger, it explores it beautifully and artistically. Learn more...


wildness august 2021 wildness

Number 27, August 2021 online
Featuring some wonderful poetry, fiction, and narrative nonfiction from: Katie Berta, Krysta Lee Frost, Huan He, Laetitia Keok, Alyse Knorr, Kyle Liang, Zefyr Lisowski, lisa luxx, Livia Meneghin, Meghana Mysore, Derek N. Otsuji, Simone Person, Carl Phillips, Esteban Rodríguez, Michael Salu, Sylvia Sukop, Fargo Tbakhi, and Ally Young. Learn more...


willow springs fall 2021 Willow Springs

Issue 88, Fall 2021
New poetry by Roy Bentley, John Blair, Bruce Bond, Kathryn Hunt, Melissa Kwasny, Sandra McPherson, Melanie Tafejian, Lyuba Yakimchuk, and more; fiction by Robert Long Foreman, Amanda Marbais, and Wendy Elizabeth Wallace; and nonfiction by Andrew Farkas, Jeremy Alves da Silva Klemin, and Holly Spencer. Plus closing the issue: an interview with Kevin McIlvoy. Learn more...


Arc Poetry Magazine

Summer 2021

In These Times

Volume 45 Number 9, September 2021

Then Midwest Quarterly

Volume 62 Number 4, Summer 2021

Topical Poetry

Issue 13, August 2021 online



Magazines Received August 09, 2021

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carve summer 2021 Carve

Summer 2021
In this issue: short stories by and interviews with Matt Jones, Vanessa Bernice De La Cruz, Jose Diego Medina, and Amanda Hartzell. New poetry by Eric Bodwell, Despy Boutris, Katherine Riegel, and Eric Wang. New nonfiction by Ashley Memory and Craig Coray. Plus in Decline/Accept: Masha Kisel. An interview with JoAnne Tompkins by Sejal H. Patel in One to Watch. Illustrations by Justin Burks. Learn more...


cutleaf issue 14 Cutleaf

Issue 14, 2021 online
In this issue, John Davis, Jr. shares four poems beginning with a praise to the coast in “Inland: A Breakup Letter.” Matt Cashion relishes in the complexities of human nature that emerge when a mysterious light source appears in the sky in "See You Soon?" And Meredith McCarroll extols the virtues of packing lightly while always having precisely what you need in “Bags.” The images in this issue come from a series of lectures delivered in the 1860s at the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia by Lewis W. Leeds. Leeds’ work focused largely on the ventilation of government hospitals during the war. Learn more...


river heron review issue 4 number 2 River Heron Review

Issue 4 Number 2, 2021 online
River Heron Review Issue 4.2 has launched and is ready for you to read and enjoy. Issue 4.2 includes the work of 20 poets: J.I. Kleinberg, Tresha Faye Haefner, Dean Schabner, Wendy Steginsky, John Sibley Williams, Maliká Duff, Hannah Larrabee, Julie Cooper-Fratrik, Thomas McGuire, Karl Plank, Gwen Hart, Jade Hidle, John Muro, Emily Franklin, Charles Wyatt, Rose Strode, Ronda Broatch, Jeff Ewing, Kris Falcon, and John Miller. Learn more...


plume issue 120 Plume

Issue 120, August 2021 online
This month’s feature includes a selection of Veronica Golos’s work. The poet is also interviewed by Amy Beeder. Sonia Greenfield reviews Finding Token Creek by Robert Alexander. In nonfiction: “The Only Critic” by J.T. Barbarese. Poetry by Afaa Michael Weaver, Song Li, Tomaž Šalamun, Merridawn Duckler, Leslie Harrison, Chard DeNiord, Miguel Avero, and more. Learn more...


Southwest Review

Volume 106 Number 2, Summer 2021



Magazines Received August 02, 2021

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biostories 2021 bioStories

2021 online
New on bioStories so far this year: Tim Bascom “At Ease,” Emma Berndt “Wisdom from the Alligator Purse,” Deborah Burghardt “Leaving Mum Behind,” Joe Dworetzky “Big League,” Patricia Feeney “Holy Mother,” Karen Foster “Carrying Sam,” J. Malcolm Garcia “The Reporter and the Reporter’s Mother,” Amy Suzanne Parker “Gracepoint,” Susannah Q. Pratt “On Want and Need,” Amy Roost “Modesty and Other Provocations,” Gabriel Sage “Eventually Everything,” and Terri Sutton “Familiar.“ Learn more...


emerald city summer 2021 Emerald City

Summer 2021 online
In the Summer 2021 issue: work by Brittany Ackerman, Dante Di Stefano, Melissa Feinman, Frenci Nguyen, Francesca Halikias, Liam Strong, T.D. Johnston, Sarah Rose Cadorette, and Michael Putnam.  Learn more...


the lake august 2021 The Lake

August 2021 online
The August issue of The Lake is now online featuring Joe Balaz, Rachel Burns, Clive Donovan, George Franklin, Peter Grandbois, Nels Hanson, Sheila Jacob, Jennifer A. McGowan, Yvette Naden, Carlos Reyes, George Ryan. Reviews of The Dolphin Letters, 1970-1979: Elizabeth Hardwick, Robert Lowell, and Their Circle. ed. Saskia Hamilton, Albert Goldbarth’s The Now and Sue Butler’s Learning from the BodyLearn more...


months to years summer 2021 Months To Years

Summer 2021 online
The Summer issue offers work by Ann Willms, Jamie Azevedo, Denise Rue, Melissa Mulvihill, Rebecca Villineau, Jesse Crosson, Justin Teopista Nagundi, Jack Bordnick, David Capps, Christine Andersen, Lawrence Bridges, Jessica Gould, Danny Rebb, Kristina Gibbs, Kathie Giorgio, Guilherme Bergamini, Walter Weinschenk, Karen Storm, Asha Edey, Edwin Wentworth, Eve West Bessier, Frances Fish, Charlie Becker, Rachel Hess Wachman, Roy Bentley, Marjorie Pryse, Mario Loprete, Melissa Crandall, Maril Crabtree, Bethany Getz, Marjorie Maddox, and Jan Schmidt. Learn more...


upstreet 2021 upstreet

Number 17, 2021
New fiction by Sam Fletcher, David Hammond, Emily Lackey, Sarah Mollie Silberman, and more; nonfiction by Gail Hosking, Beth Kephart, Allen Price, Nadya Semenova, and others; and poetry by Katharine Coles, Jennifer Franklin, Jessica Greenbaum, Rachel Hadas, Richard Jones, Sydney Lea, D. Nurkse, Yehoshua November, Nicholas Samaras, Jason Schneiderman, Sean Singer, Mervyn Taylor, Anton Yakovlev, and more. Learn more...


Free Inquiry

Volume 41 Number 5, August/September 2021

Space and Culture

Volume 24 Nmber 3, August 2021

Topical Poetry

Issue 12 online



Magazines Received July 26, 2021

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chestnut review summer 2021 Chestnut Review

Summer 2021 online
Our first issue of volume three is ready and free to read on our site. Find work by Jenny Hykes Jiang, Jacqueline Staikos, Tara Isabel Zambrano, Lindy Biller, Christina Yoseph, Akhim Alexis, Richard Lingo, Luna Ranjit, Kathleen Frank, James Curtis, Ehi-kowochico Ogwiji, Toby Sharpe, Tanner Barnes, Sarah Ghazal Ali, Star Su, Mary Ardery, and Jake Young. Learn more...


cutleaf issue 13 Cutleaf

Issue 30, June 2021 online
In this issue, Jesse Graves delves into that complicated space where family connects with history and place in three poems that begin with “An Exile.” Ace Boggess tells the story of the winding road the carries eight men to a West Virginia penitentiary in “Welcome to Rock Haul.” Amy Wright remembers the summer after her brother died from cancer, and the line of communication that opened, in “Life After Death,” an excerpt from her forthcoming book Paper Concert: A Conversation in the Round. The images in this issue come from Dr. Alesha Sivartha's The Book of Life: The Spiritual and Physical Constitution of ManLearn more...


kaleidoscope issue 83Kaleidoscope

Issue 83, Summer/Fall 2021 online
In this summer issue of Kaleidoscope, we have personal essays, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, a book review, a dance feature, and information regarding the release of the documentary film Fierce Love and Art. Featured essay by Kimberly Roblin. Featured art by Diane Reid. Additional work by Mariana Abeid-McDougall, Dyland Ward, Carrie Jade Williams, Tobie Helene Shapiro, Cheyenne M. Heinen, Kelesto Mopai, Catherine Shields, Marc Littman, Sandra J. Lindlow, Sarah-Lizz Myers, Gerri Leen, Emily Uduwana, Toni Ortner, Kirsten Deane, and more. Learn more...


kenyon review july august 2021Kenyon Review

Volume 43 Number 4, July/August 2021
The July/August issue of the Kenyon Review features work by two poets who piercingly explore race and historical memory at a time when these issues seem more urgent than ever before. The noted writer Paisley Rekdal offers three poems from the online project “West: A Translation.” The issue also includes two poems by Bryan Byrdlong, whose work interrogates the figure of the zombie as it relates to Blackness and Black precarity in the face of white supremacy, and as a general symbol for those struggling with marginalization. Plus work by Betsy Boyd, Perry Lopez, Christopher Blackman, Kelsey Norris, Austyn Gaffney, and more. Learn more...


rain taxi summer 2021Rain Taxi

Summer 2021 online
Stop by and peruse our ever-growing Summer Online Edition! Escape into the world of "Dispatches from the Poetry Wars" as presented in an interview with creators Michael Boughn and Kent Johnson. Turn a corner with Kent and enter the synchronous world of César Aira in “How I Became the Narrator of a César Aira Novel.” Reviews of poetry by Nico Vassilakis; nonfiction exploring Black Mountain writers John Wieners and Larry Eigner; a curious memoir of a British neurologist who fulfilled a childhood fantasy to visit the Amazon; and a look at how artists shape their domestic and workspaces in Artists in Residence. Check back for more soon! Learn more...


Against the Current

Number 213, July/August 2021

Feminist Studies

Volume 46, Number 2&3

Mud Season Review

Issue 56, June 2021 online

Topical Poetry

Issue 11, July 2021 online



Magazines Received July 19, 2021

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brilliant flash fiction Brilliant Flash Fiction

Issue 30, June 2021 online
New flash fiction by Andrew Kozma, Mary Beth Hines, Ben Umayam, Alyssa Kagel, Leslie Anne Mcilroy, Thomas Broderick, Salvatore Difalco, Kaylor Jones, Douglas DiCicco, and Paul Lamar. Learn more...


cleaver magazine Cleaver Magazine

Issue 34, Summer 2021 online
A new issue is here featuring nonfiction by Tricia Park, Lindsay Rutherford, Courtney Elizabeth Young, and KC Pedersen; short stories by Kim Magowan & Michelle Ross, Lizzy Lemieux, Dylan Cook, and Marc Tweed; a visual narrative by Emily Steinberg, flash by Meg Pokrass & Rosie Garland, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Christine Muller, Sara Davis, Anika Pavel, and Tracy Rothschild Lynch; and poetry by Diana Rickard, Esther Ra, Savannah Slone, and Soheon Rhee. Plus art by Joe Lugura and Karen Rile. Learn more...


colorado review summer 2021 Colorado Review

Volume 48 Number 2, Summer 2021
The Summer 2021 issue features work by Rage Hezekiah, Patricia Liu, Neha Mulay, Bradley Bazzle, and Sarah Curtis. Also in this issue: Tom Howard, Lance Olsen, Nikki Ervice, Jehanne Dubrow, Richard Zonnenmoser, Darren C. Demaree, Paige Webb, Sara Quinn Rivara, Andrew Mossin, Jordan Keller-Martinez, G. C. Waldrep, Sun Tzu-Ping, Gabriella Balza, Shane McCrae, Kevin Prufer, Anna Maria Hong, Ae Hee Lee, and Jade Hurter. Learn more...


cutleaf issue 12Cutleaf

Issue 12, July 2021 online
This issue of Cutleaf features excerpts from Vanishing Point, Dirk Marple's hybrid memoir on handwritten postcards with original images. The text and images were part of ninety-two numbered postcards mailed over time to Marple’s thesis advisor, Jenny Boully. All of the postcards arrived, though not in the order they were sent. Learn more...


hippocampus magazineHippocampus Magazine

Issue 33, 2021 online
The July/August issue is live! Inside, you'll find essays and flash CNF such as: “Lake of the Ozarks, Osage Beach, Missouri” by Dawn-Michelle Baude, “A Very Good Liar” by Erin Branning, “Sharp” by Vanessa Chan, “11,000 People Lying Facedown on the Burnside Bridge” by Benjamin McPherson Ficklin, “Warsaw Ghetto Boy” by Sharon Goldman, “Studying the Dystopian Novel During the COVID-19 Pandemic” by Kaylie Jones, “Swimming Pool Blues” by Brian Koukol, “Psycho Bitches” by Anna B. Moore, “New Love Letter” by Keely O'Connell, and “Small” by Stephanie Cuepo Wobby. Learn more...


meadow 2021The Meadow

This year’s issue of The Meadow features nonfiction by Shaun T. Griffin and John Ballantine; fiction by A.M. Potter, Saramanda Swigart, Karly Campbell, Oreoluwa Oladimeji, Alex Moore, Mark Wagstaff, Meredith Kay, Thomas Christopher, and Eileen Bordy; and poetry by Joseph Fasano, Lisa Zimmerman, Doris Ferleger, Nancy White, Savannah Cooper, Michael Angel Martín, Jory Mickelson, Jessica Janeshek, Skyler Osborne, Sierra Hernandez Terrell, Savannah Slone, Emily Hyland, Jeremiah Zuniga, Peter Grandbois, Dianna Sion, Michael Estabrook, and many more. Learn more...


woven tale press volume 9 number 6The Woven Tale Press

Volume 9 Number 6, 2021
What’s new this month? Collagegraphs, phenomenal 3D modeling, hybrid landscapes, and more! Work by Manar Ali Hassan, Jasper de Beijer, Christine Crockett, N.R. Hills, Ewa Hryniewicz-Yarbrough, Victoria Kuzma, Sydney Lea, Emily McIlroy, Tim Seibles, Claude Clayton Smith, David Stromberg, Rodrigo Valenzuela, and Etty Yaniv. Learn more...


zone 3 spring 2021Zone 3

Volume 36 Number 1, Spring 2021
In this issue: poetry by Olivia Kingery, Kat Neis, Alyse Knorr, D.C. Leonhardt, Alice Turski, Naoko Fujimoto, John Allen Taylor, Emma Aylor, Jessica Hincapie, Alicia Mountain, Anthony Sutton, Benjamin Cutler, Camille Ferguson, Jennifer Maritza McCauley, Laura Walker, and more; nonfiction by Susan Barr-Toman, Jeff Ewing, Priscilla Long, Tina Mozelle Braziel, and Linda Parsons; and fiction by Erica Henry, Tom Lakin, Siarra Riehl, Paul H. Curtis, and Linda Wilgus. Learn more...


Blue Collar Review

Spring 2021

The Gay & Lesbian Review

July-August 2021

In These Times

July 2021

The Twin Bill

Summer 2021 online



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boiler logo The Boiler

Issue 33, 2021 online
Issue 33 features poetry by TR Brady, Despy Boutris, Chelsea Harlan, Anthony Thomas Lombardi, Rita Mookerjee, Olivia Muenz, Dustin Pearson, Jaz Sufi, Fargo Nissim Tbakhi, Ross White, and more; fiction by Kathleen Gullion, Colleen Mayo, R.S. Powers, Stephanie C. Trott, and Lucy Zhang; and essays by Elijah Hayes and Hannah VanderHart. Plus, the winner and runner-up of The Boiler Prize and art by Jamaal Peterman.  Learn more...


change seven summer 2021 Change Seven

Summer 2021 online
It’s our hope this issue of Change Seven will offer readers solace. In addition to the wonderful essays, stories, and poems you’ve come to expect from the magazine, this issue features a sparkling conversation with Deesha Philyaw and Crystal Wilkinson, and stunning visual art from Boon LEE, Shelby McIntosh and george l stein. Fiction by Christopher Acker, Lauren Dennis, Mike Herndon, Kerry Langan, and more; poetry by Jessica Newton Cooper, E.J. Evans, Kelly DuMar, Diane Thiel, and others; and nonfiction by Jennifer Colatosti, Amanda Davison, Alice Lowe, Elaine Palencia, and Whitney Shupert. Learn more...


courtship of winds summer 2021 The Courtship of Winds

Volume 2 Issue 2, 2021
This is a large issue, which seems fitting as we climb out of the Covid existence we've all been living—hopefully. So let the number, variety, and breadth of voices here signal a steady return to health, here at home and abroad. We continue to publish both young writers, just starting out—as young as 16 in this issue!—as well as well-established writers/creative artists with impressive resumes. Work by Sharon Kennedy-Nolle, Colin Dodds, Bob Meszaros, John Grey, Andrey Gritsman, Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, Paul Rabinowitz, Kyle Heger, Anne Whitehouse, Rebecca Burns, Kate LaDew, Emily Hageman, Edward M. Cohen, and many more. Learn more...


lahave review The LaHave Review

Summer 2021 online
Each season, The LaHave Review publishes one poem and an interview about craft. The Summer 2021 issue features “Rockaway Beach 110” by Denise Jarrott who then answers three questions. Learn more...


new england review volume 42 number 2New England Review

Summer 2021 online
New fiction and essays range across the US—driving, riverboating, skateboarding—and reckon with both the tragic and the mundane. This issue also brings a distinct Slavic and post-Soviet presence, both through works in translation and original writing by contemporary Anglophones. Poetry by Kaveh Akbar, Ellen Bass, Christopher DeWeese, Marilyn Hacker, Rachel Hadas, Dana Levin, Ada Limón, Wayne Miller, Eric Pankey, G. C. Waldrep, and more; fiction by Rob Ehle, Susan Heeger, Ismet Prcic, and Dana Wilson; and nonfiction by Anton Chekhov, Thomas Dai, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Dan O'Brien, and Suzanne Rivecca. Translated work by Yevgeny Bukhin, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Aksinia Mihaylova. Learn more...


ruminate issue 59 Ruminate

Summer 2021 online
Our summer issue includes many examples of lives forged by experience. The characters in these poems and stories are shaped and revealed by what they endure. There is heat and pressure in Alex Pickens’ “Derecho.” Shamarang Silas’s poem “The Weight of Trains,” inquires, “What is worship if not the desire to offer yourself to the fire / & everything you have ever loved?” There is the more common forging of sustenance in the form of klesel, the pastry Melissa Spohr’s poem describes. Additionally, the featured artists all create through the medium of metalwork. This issue features selected pieces from our 2021 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize. Learn more...


sky island journal issue 17 Sky Island Journal

Issue 17, Summer 2021 online
Sky Island Journal’s stunning 17th issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from contributors around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free to access, and always free from advertising, discover what over 90,000 readers in 145 countries already know; the finest new writing is here, at your fingertips. Learn more...


tiger moth review issue 6 The Tiger Moth Review

Issue 6, July 2021 online
Issue 6 is our largest issue yet, with works that honor wild plants and flowers in the poems of Meenakshi Palaniappan and Maria Nemy Lou Rocio, as well as the photography of Heather Teo. We enter forests with Tanvi Dutta Gupta and Zen Teh, we marvel at the moon’s music and magic with Sofia Wutong Rain and Lauren Bolger. We navigate sorrow and loss with Thomas Bacon and we grow old with Cassandra J. O’Loughlin. The bilingual poems of Fran Fernández Arce and Joshua Ip take us to the fields and rivers of language and dreams, while Danielle Fleming dreams her speaker into memory, tree, and elephant song. Plus more. Learn more...


under a warm green linden issue 11 Under a Warm Green Linden

Issue 11, Summer 2021 online
Under a Warm Green Linden Issue 11 is live! Read new work by 21 astonishing poets and translators. Work by Hasan Alizadeh, James Dott, Payam Feili, Emily Franklin, Dennis Hinrichsen, James Hoch, Vivian Ia, Arielle Kaplan, Persis Karim, Katie Marya, Kylan Rice, Ginny Threefoot, Tracy Zeman, and more. Learn more...


writing disorder summer 2021 The Writing Disorder

Summer 2021 online
The summer issue includes fiction by L. Shapley Bassen, Grace Ford, David Henson, M.F. McAuliffe, and more; poetry by Carolyn Adams, J.R. Solonche, Torri Hammonds, Elizabeth Train-Brown, James Croal Jackson, and Matt Zachary; and nonfiction by Anita Kestin, Eve Müller, and more. Art by Ryan Heshka. Plus, and interview with Paulin Butcher Bird discussing her book Freak Out! My Life with Frank ZappaLearn more...

Off the Coast

Summer 2021
"On Reentry." Work by Darren C. Demaree, Robert Fanning, Elaine Dillof, Laurie Sewall, Madeline Miele, Bibhu Padhi, Ivan Hobson, Maya Weinberg, Bruce Robinson, and more. Also in this issue: an interview with Fiona Sze-Lorrain.

Our Times

Spring 2021




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club plum literary journal volume 2 issue 2Club Plum Literary Journal

Volume 2 Issue 2, 2021
In this issue: flash fiction by Linda Saldaña; prose poetry by Mike James, Kristen Roach, and Sean Rys; hybrid by Katherine Cart, Ann Stewart McBee, Jesse Millner, and t.m. thomson; and art by Carolyn Adams, Allison Janicki, Rebecca Ledbetter, Joe Lugara, and Michal Mitak Mahgerefteh. Learn more...


december spring summer 2021december

Volume 32 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2021
Vol. 32.1 is here! Hot off the press, and filled with beautiful poems, stories, essays, and art. Poetry by Mary Ardery, Joshua Boettiger, Tianna Bratcher, Dana Curtis, Kenneth Jakubas, Naomi Ling, Sara Mae, Myles Taylor, and more; fiction by Jeremy Griffin, Greg Johnson, and Candice May; and nonfiction by Gary Fincke, Ainsley McWha, Ryan Moser, Emily Marie Seibert, and Cindy Skaggs. Art by Susana Moyaho & Andrea Tejeda, Sally Van Doren, and cover artist Gary Justis. Learn more...


jewish fiction .net summer 2021Jewish Fiction . net

Summer 2021 online
Thrilled to announce the new summer issue of Jewish Fiction .net! A gift to imbibe this summer along with your favourite cool drink: 10 beautiful stories, originally written in Hebrew, Yiddish, and English. We invite you also to join Jewish Fiction .net on July 13 for an online program in celebration of our 10th anniversary year: “Jewish Fiction Written in 16 Languages: Stories as Reflections of Jewish Life Across Time and Place.” In this webinar, our editor, Dr. Nora Gold, will briefly discuss 16 stories from Jewish Fiction .net—each originally written in a different language—and will relate these stories to some of the central themes in Jewish fiction. Learn more...


the lake july 2021The Lake

July 2021 online
The July issue is now online featuring John Bartlett, Mike Dillon, Sarah L. Dixon, Alan Elyshevitz, Edilson Ferreira, Paul Jones, James McLaughlin, Ronald Moran, Tony Press, Estelle Price, Claudia Serea, Simon Williams. Reviews of Lee Sharkey’s I Will Not Name It Except to Say, Rachel Long’s My Darling from the Lions, Anna Saunders’ Feverfew. One PoemReviews: Debbie Collins, Annette Volfing, Rodney Wood, Bernadette MacAloon, Andrea L. Fry. Learn more...


poetry july august 2021Poetry

Volume 218 Number 4, July/August 2021
In July and August, enjoy poetry by L. Lamar Wilson, Aliyah Cotton, Joann Balingit, Debora Kuan, Kimberly Casey, Jacqueline Allen Trimble, Pablo Otavalo, Elizabeth Bradfield, Nabila Lovelace, Hyejung Kook, Kwoya Fagin Maples, Crystal Simone Smith, Laura Secord, Jason Méndez, Charlotte Pence, Janice Lobo Sapigao, Alina Stefanescu, Beth Ann Fennelly, Josh Alex Baker, Sofia M. Starnes, Voice Porter, Xandria Phillips, Kwame Opoku-Duku, Rob Schlegel, Jennifer Horne, Aileen Cassinetto, Luisa A. Igloria, Monica Ong, Tennessee Hill, Jason McCall, Lêdo Ivo, Donna Aza Weir-Soley, M. Bartley Seigel, TC Tolbert, and Kai Coggin. Learn more...


southern humanities review summer 2021Southern Humanities Review

Number 93, 2021
The latest issue features poetry by Hala Alyan, Anne Barngrover, Jordan Escobar, Rhienna Renée Guedry, Sjohnna Mccray, Immanuel Mifsud, Anna Newman, Kimberly Ramos, Karen Rigby, Brett Shaw, Travis Tate, and Ruth Ward; fiction by Ser Álida, Leslie Blanco, Benjamin Murray, and Glen Pourciau; and nonfiction by Myronn Hardy and Ian Spangler. Learn more...


world literature today summer 2021World Literature Today

Summer 2021
The expanded Summer 2021 issue of World Literature Today foregrounds Palestine Voices in a cover feature showcasing 30 of the most prominent poets and writers from the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and the diaspora, guest-edited by Yousef Khanfar + poetry & fiction from Hong Kong, Hungary, and South Korea. At 128 pages, the issue is bursting at the seams with the best poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, and book reviews from all over the world! Learn more...


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agni number 93AGNI

Number 93, 2021
Unforeseen urgencies, heightened introspections. The long Covid siege has put pressure on everything, not least the expressive arts. AGNI 93, with its unsettling cover and art portfolio by Deepa Jayaraman, channels the mood of the times. The issue includes poetry by Rafael Campo, Hope Wabuke, and others; fiction by Sara Majka, Jamie Figueroa, and Anzhelina Polonskaya (translated by Andrew Wachtel); and an utterly sui generis essay by Gregory Paul Caicco. Variety and intensity are the hallmark—we celebrate the wresting of meaning from loss and distress. Learn more...


driftwood press volume 8 number 2Driftwood Press

Volume 8 Number 2, 2021 online
Our latest short stories "Work" by Chad Szalkowski-Ference and "Haze" by Mike Nees take you across the white plains of the Tularosa Basin and into a hazy apartment complex. From joyous lyricism to stark realism, the poems this issue are a bricolage of loss, grief, solitude, and joy. Wrapping up the issue are visual arts and comics by Kelsey M. Evans, Rachel Singel, Dustin Jacobus, Lia Barsotti Hiltz, Coco Picard, and Laila Milevski. Learn more...


paterson literary review issue 49Paterson Literary Review

Issue 49, 2021
The 2021 Issue #49 of the Paterson Literary Review features poetry, fiction, essays, memoir and reviews, and includes all the winning and honorable mention poems for the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards. Work by Jan Beatty, Jack Ridl, Nellie Wong, R. Bremner, Seema Tepper, Vida Chu, Sona Van, Linda Nemec Foster, Raymond P. Hammond, Maureen Seaton, Wayne L. Miller, Simon Perchik, Matthew J. Spireng, Betsy Hearne, Anne-Marie Brumm, Joe Weil, and many more. Learn more...


salamander issue 52Salamander

Issue 52, Spring/Summer 2021
Salamander #52 features poetry from Anemone Beaulier, Stephanie Burt, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Leila Chatti, JD Debris, Jose Hernandez Diaz, Charles Douthat, Ananda Lima, Angie Macri, Ricky Ray, Rochelle Robinson-Dukes, Leah Umansky, Sara Moore Wagner, Yun Wang, Erica Wright, Maria Zoccola, and many more; fiction from Jake Maynard, Allison Bulger, William Torrey, and Emily Alice Katz; creative nonfiction from Andy Smart and Nicole Oquendo; reviews, and an art portfolio from Shannon Miguela Dillon. Learn more...


still point arts quarterly issue 42Still Point Arts Quarterly

Issue 42, Summer 2021
The theme of this issue is The Art of Isolation: Finding a Silver Lining in the Pandemic Response. It includes the work of roughly fifty artists and writers from around the world: Virginia Aronson, Jan Shoemaker, Will Neuenfeldt, Bruce Dodson, Gabriella Brand, Pamela Ahlen, Keltie Zubko, Adrienne Stevenson, Pamela Huber, Nan Ottenritter, Connie Flachs, David Quinn, Louis Ebarb, Justen Ahren, Claire Ibarra, and more. Learn more...


Thriller Magazine

Volume 4 Issue 1, June 2021 online
This issue features short stories that will leave readers on the edge of their seat. Brian Beatty, Chris Fortunato, Edward Ahern, J.B. Stevens, Stanton McCaffery, Julie McClement, Rob D. Smith, Robb T. White, Susan Cornford, Nils Gilbertson, Timothy Friend, Michael Mallory, and Madeline Weisbeck.



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blue mountain review issue 22Blue Mountain Review

Issue 22, June 2021 online
The latest issue of Blue Mountain Review has plenty to offer readers! Literary interviews featuring Chen Chen, Jose Hernandez Diax, Diane Goettel, Chip Delany, and more; music interviews with Pat Metheny, Adam Gussow, and others; and visual arts interviews with Daniel McClendon and Natalia Anciso. Poetry by Annie Diamond, Emily Jalloul, KB Ballentine, Jay Jacoby, Kaitinn Estevez, Neal Tucker, Sarah Anderson, Susan Cambell, Tara Ballard, Valerie Bacharach, and others. Plus fiction, essays, book and movie reviews, and even more special features. Learn more...


georgia review summer 2021The Georgia Review

Summer 2021
The Georgia Review’s Summer 2021 issue is now available for purchase. This issue features new writing from Eliot Weinberger, Laura Kasischke, jayy dodd, Shangyang Fang, Alison Hawthorne Deming, and many more, along with a translation of Kim Seehee’s fiction by Paige Aniyah Morris, an interview with Charlayne Hunter-Gault and Calvin Trillin on desegregation at the University of Georgia, and a special section on W. E. B. Du Bois’s influential 1900 data portraits on Black life in Georgia, which includes responses from both sociologist Janeria Easley and poets Vanessa Angélica Villarreal and Keith S. Wilson. Learn more...


massachusetts review summer 2021The Massachusetts Review

Volume 62 Number 2, Summer 2021
A Gathering of Poets. Featuring work by Aracelis Girmay, Barbara Ras, Stacy Gnall, Claire Denson, Katie Berta, Merridawn Duckler, Varun Ravindran, Emily VIzzo, Andrew Hemmert, April Goldman, Enrique Servín Herrera translated by Katherine Silver and Robin Myers, Pedro Mir translated by Jonathan Cohen, Kelly R. Samuels, Vivian Eyre, Teddy Macker, Matthew Tuckner, Elizabeth Onusko, Kelly Rowe, Alexandra Teague, Matthew E. Henry, Chinua Ezenwa-Ohaeto, Matt Donovan, Stephen Kampa, Adam Tavel, and many more. Plus “The Practice of Returning,” an essay by Naomi Ayala. Learn more...


poetry june 2021Poetry

Volume 218 Number 3, June 2021
In this issue, we are brought back to the body. Poetry by Lauren Whitehead, Felicia Zamora, Xaire, Cathy Linh Che, Lindsay Stuart Hill, Darius V. Daughtry, Christa Romanosky, Annik Adey-Babinski, Susan Browne, Sandra Gustin, Michaella Batten, Julia Edwards, Austin Rodenbiker, Tina Mozelle Braziel, Nyah Hardmon, Amorette “Epiphany” Lormil, Nicole Cooley, Ray McManus, and Marlanda Dekine-Sapient Soul. Nonfiction by Laura Kolbe. Learn more...


the shore summer 2021The Shore

Issue 10, Summer 2021 online
The summer issue of The Shore is stocked with simmering poetry by Linday Lusby, Jenn Koiter, Sarah Brockhaus, Grace Li, Karen Rigby, Brittany Atkinson, Erin Wilson, John Sibley Williams, Paul Ilechko, Audrey Gidman, Stella Lei, Todd Osborne, Bobby Parrott, William Littlejohn-Oram, David Ford, Matthew Valades, Melody Wilson, Jared Beloff, Russell Thorburn, Toti O'Brien, Trey Adams, Dare Williams, Rebecca Patrascu, McLeod Logue, Jeremy Rock, Jen Katernick, Jordan Deveraux, Ifeoluwa Ayandele, Mandira Pattnaik, Jeffrey H MacLachlan, Lawrence Di Stefano and Majda Gama. It also features striking art by Audrey Anderson. Learn more...


Mud Season Review

Issue 56, June 2021 online

Topical Poetry

Issue 10, June 2021 online



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2river view summer 2021The 2River View

Volume 25 Number 4, Summer 2021 online
New poems by Ted Kooser, Matthew Freeman, Will Harmon, Sheree La Puma, Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, Matthew Murrey, Benjamin Nash, Karen June Olson, Charles Rafferty, SM Stubbs, Diane Thiel, and Sally Van Doren. Learn more...


bellevue literary review spring 2021Bellevue Literary Review

Issue 40, Spring/Summer 2021
In this issue, find poetry by contest winners Saleem Hue Penny and Eileen Elizabeth Waggoner, as well as Stephanie Berger, Joanne Godley, Haolun Xu, Kwame Dawes, Chelsea Bunn, Kai Coggin, Pooja Mittal Biswas, and more; fiction contest winners Galen Schram and Benjamin Kessler as well as James Prier, Douglas Fenn Wilson, Jacob R. Weber, Emily Saso, Hadley Leggett, Moshe Zvi Marvit, and David Allan Cates; and nonfiction by contest winners Amy V. Blakemore and Justine Feron as well as Shanda McManus, Christine Chen, and Nadia Ghent. Learn more...


plume june 2021 Plume

Volume 50 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2021
June’s featured selection is “Jen Sperry Steinorth: On Creating and Claiming Space with Her Read” by Amanda Newell. Jane Zwart reviews Worldly Things by Michael Kleber-Diggs. In nonfiction: “The Solid Objects of Stagnant Empires” by Irina Mashinski. Poetry by Boris Khersonsky, Ludmila Khersonsky, Isip Mandelstam, Patricia Clark, Jeff Friedman, Meg Pokrass, Nicole Cooley, Bruce Bond, and more. Learn more...


plume june 2021 Radar Poetry

Issue 30, June 2021 online
Issue 30 is here! Featuring poetry by Lisa Creech Bledsoe, Brendan Constantine, Jason B. Crawford, Ja'net Danielo, Ann DeVilbiss, Sheila Dong, David Donna, Margaret Draft, Amy Dryansky, William Fargason, Robert Krut, Romana Iorga, Amy Lerman, Carolyn Oliver, Justin Rigamonti, Melanie Kristeen Robinson, Carolyn Supinka, Danielle Susi, Sharon Tracey, and Ruth Williams. Artwork by Sarah Detweiler, Tia Factor, Kirsten Francis, Angelina Gualdoni, Jared Leake, Gina Gwen Palacios, Twon Pearson, Mari Renwick, and Tema Stauffer. Learn more...


west trade review summer 2021 West Trade Review

Volume 12, Summer 2021 online
The summer issue features fiction by Desmond Fuller and Gregory Borse; poetry by Gina Marie Bernard, Monica Mills, Gaven Wallace, Anna Zwade, Yasmina Martin, Ann Weil, John M. Davis, KG Newman, Mara Lee Grayson, Mark Seidl, Kakie Pate, Jessica Hudson, Marc Frazier and Lance Le Gyrs; creative nonfiction by Amy Bowers, and much more. Learn more...


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event summer 2021EVENT

Volume 50 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2021
EVENT’s latest Non-Fiction Contest Issue is here, featuring the three 2020 winning essays, and an exciting assortment of poetry, fiction and reviews to keep you entertained. Work by Alexis Pooley, Madeline Sonik, Adrienne Gruber, David Zieroth, Malgosia Halliop, David Ishaya Osu, James Pollock, Jade Riordan, Richard A. Brait, Gregory Wolff, Antony Di Nardo, Erin Kirsh, Liz Harmer, A.W. Moreno, Jann Everard, Alexandra Mae Jones, and more. Learn more...


missouri review spring 2021Missouri Review

Volume 44 Number 1, Spring 2021
2020 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize Winners, a conversation with Camille T. Dungy, Kate McIntyre on the progeny of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, arts features about punk’s influence on contemporary art and the Great British Teddy Girls. Fiction from Mona Susan Power, Gail Upchurch, Jesse Lee Brooks, an essay by Sage Marshall, and poetry from Brandi Nicole Martin and Jane Satterfield, and even more. Learn more...


rattle summer 2021Rattle

Issue 72, Summer 2021
The Summer 2021 issue features a tribute to Appalachian Poets. The 22 poets in this special section write about family, history, and modern life. The tribute section was so good, we had to stretch the issue to 124 pages to fit it all in. In the open section, the poems are as strong as ever, featuring reader favorites Francesca Bell and Ted Kooser, along with a number of excellent poets new to Rattle’s pages, writing about everything from sexual desire to cancer, big foot to peeing in the pool, including a long poem from Clemonce Heard on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre. Learn more...


sleet magazine summer 2021Sleet Magazine

Volume 13 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2021
Sleet Magazine's Slim Summer Edition is now live! We reveal gut-wrenching new poetry by Jim Moore and Michael Kleber-Diggs. Sleet features life and death CNF from Margaret Bell and Dr. Alexander Gong, as well as sparkling fiction by Euan Currie, Scott Gardner and Erin Winseman. This edition is not to be missed!  Learn more...


sou’wester spring 2021Sou'wester

Numbers 107 & 108, Spring 2021
In this issue, find fiction by Karin Aurino, Joe Baumann, Matthew Bruce, Bryana Fern, Rachel Furey, Justin Herrmann, Siew David Hii, Mehdi M. Kashani, Kate LaDew, Nathan Alling Long, Lope López de Miguel, Fejiro Okifo, R.S. Powers, Katie Jean Shinkle, Noel Sloboda, RaShell R. Smith-Spears, Samantah Steiner, Matthew Sullivan, and Tina Tocco; and nonfiction by Martha Phelan Hayes, Louise Krug, and Cynthia Singerman. Plus a special pandemic poetry section curated by Dr. Howard Rambsy II featuring Amy M. Alvarez, Angel C. Dye, Sequoia Maner, and Carmin Wong. Learn more...


Blink Ink

Number 44, 2021
The “Water” issue of Blink Ink features micro-fiction by Anne Silva, Claire Polders, E. E. Rhodes, Luciana Francis, Martha Lane, Gloria Garfunkel, Kim Murdock, Salvatore Difalco, Claire Polders, Paul Rousseau, Prapti Gupta, S.B. Borgersen, Jon Fain, Emma Phillips, Miriam Kotzin, Meg Tuite, Adina Davis, and more.

The Midwest Quarterly

Volume 62 Number 3, Spring 2021

Resources for Gender and Women's Studies

Volume 41 Numbers 1-2, Winter-Spring 2021



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boulevard spring 2021Boulevard

Numbers 107 & 108, Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 edition of Boulevard is now available with winning poems from the 2020 Poetry Contest by Bryan Byrdlong, the winning essay from the 2020 Nonfiction Contest by Jonathan Wei, and a craft interview with Emily St. John Mandel. New poetry by Adrian Matejka, Adedayo Agarau, JD Amick, Clare Banks, Lory Bedikian, Ava C. Cipri, Laura Davenport, Kwame Dawes, Rosalind Guy, Rachael Hershon, Lisa Low, Jane Morton, and more; new fiction by A. J. Bermudez, David Crouse, Giles Harvey, Megan Kakimoto, and others; and new nonfiction by Salman Bhatti, Laura Joyce-Hubbard, Abby Seiff, and Jodie Noel Vinson. Cover art by Joanna Baltar Montaña. Learn more...


the lake june 2021The Lake

June 2021 online
The June issue is now online featuring Estaban Allard-Valdivieso, Georgi Bailey, Daisy Bassen, Sylvia Freeman, Neil Fulwood, Margaret Galvin, Maren O. Mitchell, Fiona Sinclair, J. R. Solonche, Richard Allen Taylor, Damaris West, Sarah White, Rodney Wood. Reviews of Seán Ó Ríordáin’s Apathy is Out, Patrick Wright’s Full Sight of Her, Laura Cronk’s Ghost Hour. One Poem Reviews: Claire Booker, Tom Rudd, J. C. M. Hepple, John Gerard Fagan, Phil Vernon. Learn more...


Malahat review spring 2021The Malahat Review

Number 214, Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 issue features the Winners of the 2021 Open Season Awards: Matthew Hollett, Zilla Jones, and Tanis MacDonald. Poetry by Saeed Tavanaee Marvi, Rhiannon Ng Cheng Hin, Leslie Joy Ahenda, Manahil Bandukwala, Sophie Crocker, Kari Teicher, Tia Paul-Louis, Ngwatilo Mawiyoo, Hussain Ahmed, and more; fiction by Bill Gaston, Jeanne Shoemaker, Andar Wärje, and C.P. Boyko; and nonfiction by Emily Riddle and Kelly Norah Drukker. Plus a selection of book reviews, as well as cover art by Marigold Santos. Learn more...


thema summer 2021THEMA

Volume 33 Number 2, Summer 2021
The latest issue of THEMA explores the theme: The Tiny Red Suitcase. Work by Madonna Christensen, Cathy Bryant, Stuart Jay Silverman, Lynda Fox, Jesse Doiron, Rayna Bright, Sivakami Velliangiri, Linda Berry, Laura Blatt, Brian Reyburn, Kathryn Leonard-Peck, DJ Tyrer, Laura Ruth Loomis, J.L. Lapinel, Cathy Cole, George Sarnat, Matthew Wallace, James Penha, Madeleine McDonald, and Larry Schug. Cover art by Kathleen Gunton. Learn more...


Aji Magazine

Issue 14, Spring 2021 online
We are thrilled to announce that our spring issue is live online. With over 40 artists and writers contributing to this issue, we've got a bright mosaic of diverse perspectives.

Walloon Writers Review

Edition 6, 2021



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arts & letters spring 2021 Arts & Letters

Issue 42, Spring 2021
The Arts & Letters Spring Issue is now available for purchase! This issue features the 2020 Unclassifiable Prize winner. Fiction by Stephanie Gangi, Noley Reid, Simone Martel, and Kent Kosack; flash by Dan Kennedy and Matt Greene, unclassifiable work by Kat Mustatea; and poetry by Philip Arnold, Trent Busch, Roy Bentley, Lila Dlaboha, Marianne Boruch, Laurie Lamon, Clay Matthews, Laura Bylenok, Abbie Kiefer, Manisha Sharma, and Justin Hunt. Learn more...


concho river review summer 2021 Concho River Review

Volume 35 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2021
This issue features fiction by Jim Barnes, James Robert Campbell, Jonathan Lindberg, Elizabeth Cummins Muñoz, and Clay Reynolds; nonfiction by Robert Kostuck, Shelley Pernot, and Christopher Thornton; and poetry by Barbara Astor, Roy Bentley, Michael Atkinson, Jonathan Bracker, Dana Sonnenschein, Matthew J. Spireng, Marc Swan, Larry D. Thomas, Georgia Tiffany, Alessio Zanelli, and Aleksander Zywicki. Plus, an interview with Laila Lalami by Karen Cody. Learn more...


hippocampus magazineHippocampus Magazine

May/June 2021 online
We're excited to share a new issue of Hippocampus Magazine with you. The May-June 2021 was released last week. Inside, you'll find work by Brian Benson, Rachel Bunting, K.B. Carle, Chapin Cimino, Hailey Rose Hanks, Stuart Horwitz, Gwen L. Martin, Stephanie Parent, Abigail Rose, Paul Rousseau, Kate Sheridan, Claire Sicherman, and SJ Sindu. Learn more...


south dakota review 2021 South Dakota Review

Volume 55 Number 4, 2021
In this issue, poetry by Jan Beatty, Luisa A. Igloria, Matthew Thorburn, Shira Dentz, Sarah Bate, Caroline Goodwin, Christine Stewart-Nuñez, Brenna M. Casey, Kristel Rietesel-Low, Clay Matthews, Sonia Greenfield, and Cate Peebles; short stories by Amanda Schmidt, Sam Foley, and Geoff Schmidt; an essay by Nicole Walker; and two novel excerpts by Janice Lee (from Imagine a Death) and Allison Adelle Hedge Coke (from Veldt). Learn more...


Arc Poetry Magazine

Issue 94, Spring 2021

Lake Effect

Volume 25, Spring 2021

Southwest Review

Volume 106 Number 1, Spring 2021



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anomaly may 2021 Anomaly

Number 32, May 2021 online
Our new issue, ANMLY #32, features a special folio Neighbor Species and Shared Futures curated by Kristine Ong Muslim. Featuring work in various genres from Tilde Acuña, Richard Calayeg Cornelio, Reil Benedict Obinque, Regine Cabato, Pedantic Pedestrians, Melvin Clemente Magsanoc, and more. Then dive into poetry by Satya Dash, Sarah P. Strong, Pamela K. Santos, Nora Hikari, Mihee Kim, Melinda Freudenberger, Leslie Contreras Schwartz, Lannie Stabile, KB, Justin Davis, Hibah Shabkhez, and others. Also featuring comics by Tana Oshima, Rosaire Appel, Peony Gent, and Jason Overby and fiction by Sabyasachi Nag, Rosalind Goldsmith, Jenny Gillespie Mason, and Coda Danu-Asmara. Plus translations galore. Learn more...


cimarron review fall 2020Cimarron Review

Issue 213, Fall 2020
In this issue: poetry by Ken Autrey, Martha Silano, Sandra McPherson, Daniel Bourne, Erin McIntosh, George Bilgere, Annie Christian, Rebecca Cross, Chloe Hanson, Austen Leah Rose, Millie Tullis, Avra Wing, Amy Bagan, and more; fiction by Jason K. Friedman, Laura Dzubay, David Philip Mullins, and Ashley Clarke; and nonfiction by Brenna Womer, Andrew Johnson, and Lindsay Shen. Learn more...


the common april 2021 The Common

Issue 213, Fall 2020
In this issue: A special portfolio of work from Morocco, featuring stories translated from Arabic, and art from the Hindiyeh Museum of Art. Essays on family in India and nature in England, new fiction from Celeste Mohammed and Emma Sloley, and poetry by Peter Filkins, Denise Duhamel, Aleksandar Hemon, and Jose Hernandez Diaz. Learn more...


hiram poetry review spring 2021 Hiram Poetry Review

Issue 82, Spring 2021
Welcome to our second pandemic issue. The poems here have one thing in common—we liked them immediately. Work by David Adams, Anthony Aguero, Fred Arroyo, Zulfa Arshad, Enne Baker, Grace Bauer, Demetrius Buckley, Jim Daniels, Edmund Dempsey, Norah Esty, Jess Falkenhagen, Antony Fangary, Dan Grote, Anvesh Jain, Charles Kell, Robert McCracken, R. McSwain, Mycah Miller, Cecil Morris, Daniel Morris, James Nnaji, David Sapp, John Saad, Denzel Scott, Bonnie Stanard, and Pamela Sumners. Charles Parsons reviews Everything Comes Next by Naomi Shihab Nye. Learn more...


plume may 2021 Plume

Issue 117, May 2021 online
This month’s featured selection is “Five Contemporary Love Songs edited by Leeya Mehta,” with work by five contemporary Indian poets: Tishani Doshi, Rajiv Mohabir, Jerry Pinto, Arundhathi Subramaniam, and Jeet Thayil. Chelsea Wagenaar reviews Music for the Dead and Resurrected by Valzhyna Mort. In nonfiction: “The Mind’s Meander: Indirection, Ambiguity, and Association in Poetry” by Rachel Hadas. This month’s poetry selections include John Iremil Teodoro, Gabriela Aguirre, Shamar Hill, Rae Armantrout, Megan Wildwood, Kimiko Hahn, DeWitt Henry, Jan Freeman, and more. Learn more...


weber summer 2021Weber

Volume 37 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2021
In the Spring/Summer 2021 issue: interviews with Lydia Millet, David James Duncan, and Kate Bernheimer; poetry by Simon Peter Eggertsen, Ellen Malphrus, David Axelrod, David Memmott, Scott Woodham, Nancy Takacs, and more; essays by David Ek, Rachel Lewis, Stephanie Sarver; and fiction Kate Bernheimer, Merry Christensen, Hannah Chee, Maria Kochis, and others. Learn more...


wildness may 2021Wildness

Number 26, May 2021 online
Featuring some wonderful poetry, fiction, and narrative non-fiction from: Claudia Acevedo-Quiñones, Kazim Ali, Jennifer Chiu, Aja Couchois Duncan, Shira Erlichman, Minying Huang, KB, Sara Luisa Kirk, Megan Neville, Mary Sims, Keenan Teddy Smith, Star Su, Nardine Taleb, Jason Tandon, Robin Walter, Christina Wang, Sarah Yang, and Bessie Flores Zaldívar. Learn more...



Spring 2021 online
The Spring issue of Posit features literary work by V. Joshua Adams, Michael Brosnan, Gabe Durham, Joey Hedger, Kylie Hough, Patrick Kindig, Peter Leight, Elizabeth Robinson, Zach Savich, Edwin Torres, and Lucy Zhang; visual delights by Christina Haglid, Dee Shapiro, and Hester Simpson, and text/image by Janis Butler Holm & Gina Osterloh, and Nance Van Winckel.



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briar cliff review 2021 The Briar Cliff Review

Volume 33, 2021
In this issue, find poetry by John Blair, Simon Perchik, Twyla M. Hansen, Julie L. Moore, Tony Tracy, Dante Di Stefano, Sarah Fawn Montgomery, Ann Hudson, Michael Hill, Jimmie Cumbie, Alyse Knorr, and more; fiction by Tim Bascom, Kathy Bergen, Nancy Bourne, Nimra Azmi, and Susan Frith; and nonfiction by Jacob M. Appel, Diane LeBlanc, Sarah Lass, and Allison Macy-Steines. Plus, book reviews, and plenty of visual art. Learn more...


carve spring 2021 Carve Magazine

Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 issue features short stories by and interviews with Sydney Rende, Sam White, Kimm Brockett Stammen, and Caroline Kim. New poetry by Michael Quinn, Ruth Baumann, Will Thomas, and Mureall Hebert and nonfiction by Jory Pomeranz and Christie Tate. Prose & Poetry Contest winners: Mona’a Malik, Ryan Little, and Alisha Acquaye. Additional features include Jacqueline Keren in Decline/Accept, One to Watch interview with Maisy Card by Sejal H. Patel, and illustrations by Justin Burks. Learn more...


greensboro review spring 2021 The Greensboro Review

Number 109, Spring 2021
Featuring the Robert Watson Literary Prize-winning story, Casey Guerin’s “What Consumes You,” and the Prize-winning poem, Chelsea Harlan’s “Some Sunlight.” Issue 109 also includes an Editor’s Note by Terry L. Kennedy and new work from Rachel Abramowitz, Allyn Bernkopf, Melissa Bowers, Michelle Poirier Brown, Colin Dekeersgieter, Amina Gautier, Isabel Geary Phelps, Emily Greenberg, Miah Jeffra, Louisa Lam, Gary Percesepe, Simon Perchik, Lucas Daniel Peters, Kimm Brockett Stammen, Beth Weinstock, The Cyborg Jillian Weise, Jim Whiteside, Kris Whorton, Kathleen Winter, and Joe Woodward. Learn more...


kenyon review may june 2021 Kenyon Review

May/June 2021
The May/June 2021 issue of the Kenyon Review is now available. This issue features stories by María José Candela, Gina Chung, Maureen Langloss, and Katherine Sharpe; essays by Sophie Beck, Jonathan Gleason, and Amit Majmudar; and poems by Hussain Ahmed, Sara Backer, Marianne Boruch, Bill Carty, Marianne Chan, Rita Dove, Rebecca Lehmann, Sandra McPherson, Jesse Nathan, and Paul Nemser. Learn more...


main street rag spring 2021 The Main Street Rag

May/June 2021
The Spring 2021 issue features Postscript to a Postscript: an interview with Bill Glose, Winner of the 2020 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award, interviewed by M. Scott Douglass. Fiction by Abe Aamidor, Allison Daniel, Tony Hozeny, Michele Lovell, Bob Moskowitz, Robert Stone and poetry by Bill Glose, Joan Bauer, Frederick W. Bassett, Joan Bernard, Burt Beckmann, Ace Boggess, Marion Starling Boyer, Dale Cottingham, Paula Brancato, Douglas K Currier, Steve Cushman, John Walser, Sandra Dreis, Howie Faerstein, William A. Greenfield, and more. Plus, a selection of book reviews by Luanne Castle, Ryan Clark, Mike James, Jeanne Julian, and others. Learn more...


Green Horizon

Number 42, Winter/Spring 2021

Space and Culture

Volume 24 Number 2, May 2021



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about place journal may 2021 About Place Journal

Volume 6 Issue 3, May 2021 online
“Geographies of Justice," edited by Alexis Lathem with Richard Cambridge and Charles Coe. An extraordinary testament to extraordinary times: includes poetry from Susan Deer Cloud, Tammy Melody Gomez, Richard Hoffmann, Jacqueline Johnson, Petra Kuppers, and Danielle Wolffe; nonfiction from Teow Lim Goh, Andréana Elise Lefton, David Mura, Nicole Walker, and Catherine Young; fiction from Michael McGuire, Flavian Mark Lupinetti, and Monica Macansantos; visual art from Patty Harris, Jacinda Russell, and Page Turner; and photography by Gioia Kuss, Younes Mohammad, and James Reade Venable. Learn more...


adroit journal april 2021 The Adroit Journal

Issue 37, April 2021 online
With Issue #37, we celebrate the extraordinary work of our Gregory Djanikian Scholars—six poets with immense talent who have yet to publish a full-length collection (hello, poetry presses!): Jari Bradley, Donte Collins, Jane Huffman, L. A. Johnson, Nastasha Rao and Brandon Thurman. We’ve also included poems from our finalists: Ghinwa Jawhari, Hannah Perrin King, JD Debris, Jacob Lindberg, Jai Hamid Bashir, Rob Shapiro, and from select semi-finalists. Learn more...


creative nonfiction spring 2021 Creative Nonfiction

Issue 75, Spring 2021
This milestone issue features some of our favorite prizewinning essays. These curious, beautiful, nuanced stories about everything from surviving lightning strikes to the relief of solving medical mysteries consider the many perils, as well as the tremendous power, of living in a body. Plus, brief excerpts from some of the phenomenal interviews we’ve published over the years, with advice and reflections on craft from writers including Dave Eggers, Leslie Jamison, Patricia Hampl, and many others. Including essays by Emily Bernard, Brian Doyle, Joe Fassler, Amaris Ketcham, Judith Kitchen, Sonya Huber, and more. Learn more...


hole in the head review spring 2021 Hole In The Head Review

Volume 2 Number 2, May 2021 online
We're all masked up and ready to roll out our latest issue! Poetry, videos, music, a dog with a frisbee, Nobel Laureate, art work, photography. Poetry from Anne Pierson Wiese, Tim Suermondt, Samantha DeFlitch, Dawn Potter, Ralph Savarese; Art from Tilly Woodward, Joseph Garcia, Megan Decino; Photography from Greg Clary, Joachim Frank; Michael Hettich interviews poet Mildred Barya and much more! Learn more...


into the void quarter 2 2021 Into the Void

Issue 19, Quarter 2 2021
Issue #19 of Into the Void is by far our biggest issue yet! Containing 12 fiction pieces, 3 creative nonfiction pieces, 15 poems, and 11 beautiful art pieces, Issue #19 is vast, vivid and vibrant. Fiction by Sean Cunningham, Laurel Doud, Mark Foss, Jones Irwin, Chris Neilan, and more; creative nonfiction by Kate Hargreaves, Will McMillan, and Erica Viola; and poetry by Maryam Barrie, R.L. Farr, Steve Henn, Heller Levinson, Betsy Littrell, Rachel Sandle, Peter Taylor, and Kristin Wong. Plus a large selection of visul art by Aisling Phelan, Mickey Lee, Mimi Seery, and others. Learn more...


the lake may 2021 The Lake

May 2021 online
The May issue is now online featuring Johanna Boal, Claire Booker, Robert Cooperman, Jenny Hockey, Toby Jackson, Jacqueline Jules, Rose Lennard, Beth McDonough, Kunle Okesipe, Tineke Van der Eecken. Reviews of Alicia Hoffman’s Animal, David Callin’s Always, Charles Rammelkamp’s CatastroikaLearn more...


poetry may 2021Poetry

Volume 218 Number 2, May 2021
The May 2021 issue features work by Ashlee Haze, Emily Gallacher Viall, Imru Al-Qays, Rebecca Foust, Rachel Jamison Webster, Tarik Dobbs, Courtney Faye Taylor, Rosemary Catacalos, Casey Thayer, Artress Bethany White, Amanda Gunn, Vernita Hall, Caroline Crew, Kyle Carrero Lopez, Jennifer Huang, Elena Ramirez-Gorski, January Gill O’Neil, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, Rochelle Hurt, H. R. Webster, Faisal Mohyuddin, and Cynthia Dewi Oka. Learn more...


The New Guard

Volume 9, 2021



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apple valley review spring 2021 Apple Valley Review

Volume 16 Number 1, Spring 2021 online
Featuring new fiction by Michael Beadle and Mary Gulino, an essay by Carl Schiffman, and poetry by Linda K. Sienkiewicz, Giovanni Raboni (translated from the Italian by Zack Rogow), Joseph Fasano, James P. Cooper, Katherine Fallon, Barbara Daniels, and Mark Belair. Cover painting by Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer. Learn more...


baltimore review spring 2021 Baltimore Review

Spring 2021 online
Our spring issue features poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction by Cezarija Abartis, Bryana Atkinson, Robert Erle Barham, Melinda Brasher, Laura Todd Carns, Charlie Clark, Will Ejzak, Sari Fordham, Lance Larsen, Jeff Liao, Colleen Mayo, Ed Meek, Scott Nadelson, Mike Nees, Claire O'Connor, and Hannah Whiteman. Learn more...


bitter oleander spring 2021 The Bitter Oleander

Spring 2021 online
Special to this issue: The Central New York poet Paul B. Roth in dialogue with John Taylor, with a selection of his poetry included. Also in this issue: fiction by William Nuth, Marilee Dahlman, and more; poetry by Andrea Inglese, Patty Pieczka, Lake Angela, Pedro Serrano, Silvia Scheibli, Fabio Pusterla, Serena Fusek, Patrick Lawler, Alan Britt, Franca Mancinelli, Anthony Seidman, George Kalamaras, Hedy Habra, Stephanie Dickinson, Scott King, Sergey Gerasimov, Rob Cook, Rich Ives, and more. Learn more...


dogwood spring 2021 Dogwood

Volume 20, Spring 2021
Find the 2021 Dogwood Award Winners in this issue. Also featuring work by Padya Paramita, Ellen Graf, Sheree La Puma, Christine Chen, Anne Hampford, Vanessa Haley, S.M. Ellis, Willie Lin, Cristina Baptista, Emily Polk, and more. Learn more...


macguffin winter 2021 The MacGuffin

Volume 37 Number 1, Winter 2021
The MacGuffin’s Vol. 37.1 comes at you with an expanded selection of poetry and expanded coverage of our Poet Hunt contest(s) too! We start with Matthew Olzmann’s selections from Poet Hunt 25: Vivian Shipley’s grand prize winning “No Rehearsal” and honorable mention selections from Rita Schweiss and John Jeffire. We then look ahead to Poet Hunt 26, open April 1-June 15, 2021, with a four-poem spotlight on guest judge Indigo Moor. Kevin Tosca’s humorous “How Quaint” and Lance Olsen’s slowly unfolding “Skin Elegies” round out this issue’s prose selections. Joe Lugara’s deep, digital paintings serve as this issue’s art feature. Learn more...


raleigh review spring 2021 Raleigh Review

Volume 11 Number 1, Spring 2021
This issue features the winners of the Flash Fiction & Geri Digiorno Contests. New flash fiction from Frank X. Christmas, Andrea Eberly, Amina Gautier, Katherine Hubbard, Alana Reynolds, and Nicholas A. White. New poetry by Julia C. Alter, Melissa Boston, Jessica Dionne, Chelsea Harlan, Marcus Jamison, Heather Lang-Cassera, Ashley Danielle Ryle, Bob Watts, John Sibley Williams, Haolun Xu, and more. Featuring the art of Alexis Avlamis. Learn more...


wordrunner echapbooks issue 42 Wordrunner eChapbooks

Issue 42, Anthology 2021 online
Our theme for this issue is LOVE in all its painful, confusing, passionate and joyous diversity. Featuring fiction by Louise Blalock, Margaret Emma Brandl, Ed Davis, Stefan Kiesbye, and Nick Sweeney; memoir by Jane Boch, Ruth Askew Brelsford, Laura Foxworthy, and Carmela Delia Lanza; and poetry and prose poems by Leonore Hildebrandt, Robert Murray, and Jacalyn Shelley. We are pleased to present first publications by two authors: Louise Blalock’s “Submerge” and Laura Foxworthy’s “Whisper to a Scream.” LOVE may be read online or a pdf of the entire chapbook can be downloaded. Learn more...


American Book Review

Volume 42 Number 1, November/December 2020            

Bellingham Review

Issue 82, Spring 2021 online
Our feature on asemic writing highlights the talents of artists working in an imaginative, stunning field of expression that you truly must see to experience. This issue likewise includes our amazing 2020 contest winners, as well as a robust collection of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and hybrid work.

Blue Collar Review

Winter 2020-21

In These Times

Volume 45 Number 5, May 2021               

Mud Season Review

Issue 55, April 2021 online 



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alaska quarterly review winter spring 2021Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 37 Numbers 3 & 4, Winter & Spring 2021
In this issue, find special Memoir as Drama feature “Dialogue Box” by Debbie Urbanski. Also in this issue: stories by Emily Mitchell, Elizabeth Stix, Cara Blue Adams, JoAnna Novak, and more; essays by Emma Hine, Catalina Bode, Nicole Graev Lipson, and Josh Shoemake; and poetry by Emily Nason, Rose DeMaris, Dorsey Craft, Audrey Hall, Jasmine Templet, Kathleen Tarr, Greg McBride, Joseph Millar, Jill Osier, Hailey Leithauser, and more. Learn more...


beloit fiction journal spring 2021Beloit Fiction Journal

Volume 34, Spring 2021
Contributors to this issue include Sean Williamson, J. T. Townley, Casey McConahay, Andrew Bertaina, Paige Powell, Kathryn Henion, Maura Stanton, Caryn Cardello, Sara Heise Graybeal, Sam Gridley, Danny Thiemann Venegas, Mant Bares, Ben Austin, Bradley Bazzle, Meagan Perry, Will Kelly, Alisha Vayette, and Neal Hammons. Learn more...


chestnut review spring 2021Chestnut Review

Volume 2 Number 4, Spring 2021
The springtime brings a sense of renewal: feeling the sun beginning to heat up and shedding the cocoon of cold winter nights. Spring offers the opportunity to get out and discover something new. At Chestnut Review, we are also experiencing a turn, a closing our second volume and anticipating our third. This issue features work by Cutter Streeby, Gretchen Rockwell, Rebecca Poynor, Zackary Medlin, Lorette C. Luzajic, Satya Dash, Fatima Malik, Madronna Holden, David Wolfersberger, Sneha Subramanian Kanta, Brittany White, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Mileva Anastasiadou, Lucille Miao, Xueyi Zhou, Rui-Yang Peng, and Howard Skrill. Learn more...


chinese literature today volume 9 number 2Chinese Literature Today

Volume 9 Number 2, 2020
In this issue, a selection Coronavirus Poems, “On Being Elsewhere” a feature by Lu Min, “Travel with the Wild Wind” by Xue Yiwei, and paintings by Wang Mansheng. Plus, poetry by Haobo Shen, Bai Lin, Zheng Min, and more, and a short story by Zhang Ning. Learn more...


mom egg review volume 19Mom Egg Review

Volume 19, 2021
In an extraordinary year, writers grapple with current changes and more long-lived concerns and relationships. The works demonstrate profound attention and the fine application of language to lived experience, quotidian and extraordinary. Contributions from Connie Post, Kyle Potvin, Claire Keyes, Elinor Hills, Caryn Cardello, Denise H. Bell, E. J. Antonio, Suzanne Edison, Caroline Goodwin, Jeremy Graves, Tina Kelley, Ann Hudson, Judith Skillman, Hilary Sallick, and many more. Learn more...


months to years spring 2021Months To Years

Spring 2021 online
We have a gorgeous spring issue for readers. Thirty-two writers, poets, photographers, and artists have entrusted us with the privilege of sharing their creative work with the world. Just a sample of the creative work in this issue includes: a reflection on mortality from the perspective of an identical twin; the challenges a doctor faced in navigating a dying patient's wishes when they contradicted his spouse's wishes; a sister's reflections on her caregiving relationship with her sister who died; and the world through the eyes of a hospice social worker in New York City as she visits the homes of dying patients and their families. An 89-year-old poet reflects on the best gifts of his life and a high school student photographer in India shares a visual slice of her world. We hope you enjoy the rich diversity of perspectives offered here. Learn more...


sky island spring 2021Sky Island Journal

Issue 16, Spring 2021 online
Sky Island Journal’s stunning 16th issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from contributors around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free to access, and always free from advertising, discover what over 80,000 readers in 145 countries already know; the finest new writing is here, at your fingertips. Learn more...


world literature today spring 2021World Literature Today

Spring 2021
World Literature Today’s spring issue, “Redreaming Dreamland,” gathers the work of 21 writers and artists reflecting on the centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, including Patricia Smith, Joy Harjo, Jewell Parker Rhodes, and Tracy K. Smith. Additional highlights in the issue include a special section on Chinese migrant workers’ literature; an essay on how Giannina Braschi’s work keeps “popping up” in pop culture; fiction from Belarus and Iraq; plus reviews of new books by Najwan Darwish, Cixin Liu, Olga Tokarczuk, and dozens more. With this latest issue, WLT remains your indispensable guide to the best in contemporary international literature. Cover art by Greenwood Art Project artist Ebony Iman Dallas. Learn more...



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gettysburg review april 2021The Gettysburg Review

Volume 33 Number 2, April 2021
In the latest issue of The Gettysburg Review: essays by Kate Lebo, Chad Davidson, Michele Battiste, Jen Silverman, and Maya Jewell Zeller; fiction by David Crouse, Lilly Schneider, and Melanie Ritzenthaler; and poetry by John Sibley Williams, Alice Friman, Kathryn Smith, Bethany Schultz Hurst, Claire McQuerry, Lex Runciman, Bruce Beasley, Albert Goldbarth, Carol Ann Davis, R. T. Smith, Fay Dillof, Carolyn Miller, and more. Learn more...


presence 2021Presence

With the publication of this 2021 issue comes the fifth anniversary of Presence Journal. Enjoy art by Reginald Baylor and work by featured poet Joseph A. Brown, S.J.. Ashaq Hussain Parray translates work by Rehman Rahi and Shahnaz Rasheed. Barbara Crooker, Dante Di Stefano, Linda Nemec Foster, and Mary Ladany celebrate the lives of others in the “In Memoriam” section. Plus, poetry by Kelli Russell Agodon, Lisa Ampleman, Charles Baudelaire, Ronda Piszk Broatch, Justin Carisio, Katy Carl, Zach Czaia, Cortney Davis, Christina Ellsberg, CJ Giroux, Kirsten Kinnell, Gerry LaFemina, Colin Pope, Rainer Maria Rilke, Cindy Veach, Daniel Tobin, and many more. Learn more...


ruminate spring 2021Ruminate

Volume 58, Spring 2021
In the face of the immense grief that surrounds us, for this issue Ruminate Magazine editors decided to explore What Remains. “Everything is held together with stories,” writes the acclaimed author Barry Lopez, who died this past year, a few months after the Holiday Farm Fire destroyed his house and archives. “That is all that is holding us together. Stories and compassion.” This issue features the winners of our 2020 Broadside Poetry Prize: Michael Dechane and S. Yarberry. Learn more...


valley voices spring 2021 Valley Voices

Volume 21 Number 1, Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 issue includes a special feature with work by Jim Kacian. In this section, John Zheng also interviews the poet. New prose by Ted McCormack, Sierra Tribbett-Collins, Khem K. Aryal, and DC Berry. Poetry by K. S. Hardy, Steve Myers, Shanti Weiland, Angela Ball, Michael T. Smith, Marjorie Gowdy, Charles Rammelkamp, Patricia Farewell, Richard Jones, Theodore Haddin, Susan Weaver, and more. Learn more...


willow springs spring 2021 Willow Springs

Issue 87, Spring 2021
Willow Springs 87 features prose and poetry from Joseph Millar, Ramona Ausubel, Jessica Lee Richardson, Andrew Furman, Lawrence Lenhart. Plus, John-Michael Bloomquist, Todd Davis, Charles Douthat, Robert Hedin, Heikki Huotari, Amber McBride, J.P. White, Alpay Ulku, Connor Yeck, A.D. Nauman, Hannah Pass, D.J. Thielke, Evan John Massey, Alexandra Teague, and more. Learn more...



Issue 44, Winter 2020-2021

Our Times

Winter 2020-21

The Twin Bill

Spring 2021 online



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bridge spring 2021 Bridge: The Bluffton University Literary Journal

Spring 2021 online
The Best Young Writers Age 14-24. These young writers and artists are deeply engaged—both with timeless themes and with their contemporary iterations and manifestations. Fiction by Michaela Crawford, Mac Bowers, Jonah Bradenday, Jacob C. Connerly, and Alexa Bocek. Nonfiction by Jessica Baker. Poetry by Shawn Anto, Liam Strong, Charlie Neer, Kristine Ma, Solomon Foster, Lyndie Mesina, and more. Drama by Maeve O’Connor and Nora Mohamed. Visual art by Rayoung Lee, Hyeseon Kim, Jacquelin Wu, Hyewon Cho, and Rahil Najafabadi.  Learn more...


brilliant flash fiction march 2021 Brilliant Flash Fiction

Spring 2021 online
In this issue: new flash fiction by Michael Kozart, Carol McGill, Anne Anthony, James W. Davidson Jr., Jess Koch, Lorette C. Luzajic, V.J. Hamilton, Andrew Hughes, and Charline Poirier. Learn more...


cleaver spring 2021 Cleaver Magazine

Issue 32, Spring Mix 2021 online
Welcome to the Spring 2021 issue featuring a visual narrative by Jennifer Hayden; flash by Rebecca Entel, David Galef, Gabby Capone, and others; poetry by Ann de Forest, Laura Tanenbaum, Valerie Loveland, James Miller, and Kate Peterson; nonfiction by Ali Kojak, Jason Jobin, and Marnie Goodfriend; and short stories by Nick Olson, Sandra Florence, and Claire Oleson. In art: ceramics by Constance McBride. Learn more...


humana obscura summer 2021 Humana Obscura

Issue 2, Spring/Summer 2021
The long-awaited Spring/Summer 2021 issue of Humana Obscura is here! This latest issue is packed full of incredible work from 96 different contributors from around the world. Work by Laura Smith, Beck Anson, Steve Fay, Hugh Hughes, Fen Kacin, Luke Levi, Retura Claar, Dick Altman, Margaret Lloyd, Randy Gerritse, Jennifer Lagier, Jennifer Atkinson, Claudia Ullman, and more. Learn more...


the lake april 2021 The Lake

April 2021 online
The April issue is now online featuring Melanie Branton, Luigi Coppola, Seth Crook, Melanie Hyo-In Han, Nels Hanson, Tom Kelly, Ibe Liebenberg, DA Maolalai, Megan McDermott, John Middlebrook, Lynn Pattison, Paul Waring. Reveiws of David J. Costello’s Heft, Charles Rammelkamp’s Ugler Lee, Anne Caldwell’s Alice and the NorthLearn more...


new england review volume 42 number 1 New England Review

Volume 42 Number 1, 2021
New design. New writing from Cuba. New essays, stories, and poems—from Susan Daitch, Carl Dennis, Matthew Lansburgh, Charif Shanahan, and more. In our long-awaited translation feature of new writing from Cuba, you’ll find “hyper-real, speculative, socio-politically explicit, photographically existential, and experimental forms,” says translator Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann in her introduction. You’ll find writers from Havana, Camagüey, and Granma province, writers living in Boston, Miami, and beyond, some with many awards to their name and some up-and-coming. Learn more...


plume issue 116 Plume

Issue 116, April 2021 online
For this month’s featured selection, Nancy Mitchell interviewed five Poet Laureates: Tina Chang, Elizabeth Jacobson, Paisley Rekdal, Levi Romero and Laura Tohe. In nonfiction: “Correspondence In The Air” by Ilya Kaminsky and “Twilight of the Theorists” by Doug Anderson. Andrea Read reviews Steven Cramer’s Listen. This month’s poetry selections include work by Jill McDonough, Kim Dower, Lynn Levin, Frances Richey, Daniel Tobin, Ashley Dailey, and more. Learn more...


southern humanities review spring 2021 Southern Humanities Review

Volume 54 Number 1, Spring 2021
Nonfiction by Jade Hidle and Emily Waples; fiction by Remy Barnes, Christine Ma-Kellams, Raquel Olive, and Keija Parssinen; and poetry by John Blair, Asa Drake, Giles Goodland, Aiden Heung, Patrick Holian, Avery K. James, David Klose, and Rooja Mohassessy. Learn more...


writing disorder spring 2021 The Writing Disorder: A Literary Journal

Spring 2021 online
In this issue: fiction by Alison Bullock, Jennifer Makowsky, Robert Collings, Wendy Maxon, and more; poetry by R.T. Castleberry, Nicholas Karavatos, Mark DuCharme, Natasha Sharma, Hana Jabr, and John Tustin; nonfiction by Katy Wright, Riley Winchester, and Donna D. Vitucci. Art by Stewart Francis Easton. Learn more...



Free Inquiry

Volume 41 Number 3, April/May 2021



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court green winter 2021 Court Green

Issue 18, Winter 2021 online
In this issue: Diane Seuss, Lillian-Yvonne Bertram, Kathleen Ossip, Kaitlyn Palmer, Ricki Cummings, John Gallaher, Timothy Liu, Maureen Seaton, Bernard Welt, Maxine Scates, David Semanki, Jehanne Dubrow, Sean Singer, Linda Russo, and Brian Johnson. Learn more...


court green winter 2021 The Fiddlehead

Number 286, Winter 2021
The Winter 2021 issue of The Fiddlehead features creative nonfiction by Chafic LaRochelle, Jen Ashburn, and Emira Tufo; fiction by Elise Thorburn, Liz Johnston, Dylan Taylor, and more; and poetry by Don Domanski, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Phoebe Wang, Keith Taylor, Rose Maloukis, LN Woodward, Monica Rico, and more. Plus, a selection of five book reviews. Cover art by Curtis Botham. Learn more...


massachusetts review spring 2021 The Massachusetts Review

Volume 62 Number1, Spring 2021
This issue includes poetry by Daniel Barnum, Ewa Lipska, Jamaica Baldwin, Uma Menon, CJ Evans, D. M. Gordon, and more; stories by Munib Khan, Sarah Emily Duff, Sean Cho A., and others; and nonfiction by Tera Joy Cole, Joanne Godley, David Lenson, and Beth Uznis Johnson. Plus, a memoir by Linda Dittmar and cover art by Adreinne Waheed. Learn more...


qu winter 2021 Qu Literary Magazine

Volume 13, Winter 2021 online
This issue’s contents: “Rogue Valley” by Midge Raymond, “Social Studies” by Stephany Brown, “The Summer of Disappearing Moms” by Kristin Gallagher, “Brooklyn” by Roy Bentley, “survival float” by Rachael Gay, “Touch Starvation” by Rachael Gay, “Last Seen Leaving Campus with Unnamed Male” by Mary Wolff, “A Marriage of Lies and One Truth” by Mary Wolff, “The Only Girl I Ever Loved” by Camille Ferguson, “Yard Sale” by Claudia Buckholts, “Death in Autumn” by Claudia Buckholts, “Morning at Starbucks” by David Joplin, “Reconciliation” by Ayesha Asad, “Antartica” by Anton Dudley, and “The Bee That Declared a War” by Cary Simowitz. Learn more...


radar poetry february 2021 Radar Poetry

Issue 29, February 2021
Radar Poetry’s newest issue features poetry by Geula Geurts, Despy Boutris, K. D. Harryman, Jennifer Beebe, Marietta Brill, Kathryn Haemmerle, Michelle Menting, Julia Paul, Amanda Chiado, Jane Zwart, Meggie Royer, Claudia Acevedo-Quiñones, Janine Certo, Cynthia White, Rachael Inciarte, Josh Exoo, Casey Patrick, and Ruth Dickey, as well as accompany art by artists such as Ethan Pines, Tema Stauffer, Lava Munroe, Honour Mack, and more. Learn more...


rathalla review 2020 Rathalla Review

Annual 2020
This annual issue of Rathalla Review is comprised of the best work from the Spring and Fall issues during the pandemic. In these pages, we showcase the best poems, essays, stories, and art we received during a time when all our lives were changing. Gale Acuff, Jay Julio, Bina Ruchi Perino, David Wright, Courtney Harler, Thad DeVassie, Isaac W Sauer, Phillip Sterling, Tricia Gates Brown, and Shelbi Tedeschi. Art by Robert Reinhardt, Rebecca Pyle, and Pam-McLean Parker. Learn more...


shore poetry spring 2021 The Shore Poetry

Issue 9, Spring 2021 online
The spring issue of The Shore is bursting with breathtaking poetry by Dana Blatte, Jessica Poli, Matthew Tuckner, CD Eskilson, Dakota Reed, Kelsey Carmody Wort, Martha Silano, SK Grout, Hilary King, Babo Kamel, Noa Saunders, Jeremy Michael Reed, Lucy Zhang, C Samuel Rees, Becki Hawes, Kevin Grauke, Jenny Wong, Steven Pfau, Ashley Steineger, Danielle Pieratti, Eric Steineger, Farnaz Fatemi, Scarlett Peterson, Sarah Elkins, Katie Holtmeyer, Robert Fanning, Jean Theron, Heidi Seaborn, Caroline Riley, Sarah Stickney, David Keplinger, Nwuguru Chidiebere Sullivan, Tara A Elliott, Laren Mallett, Richard Prins and Sam Sobel. It also features dazzling art by Joshua Young. Learn more...



In These Times

Volume 45 Number 4, April 2021

Whispering Wind Magazine

Volume 48 Number 5, 2021



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able muse winter 2020 2021 Able Muse

Volume 28, Winter 2020/2021
This issue’s themed art exhibit is “Exotic,” and our featured poet is “Stephen Kampa,” interviewed by Chelsea Woodard. Other poets in this issue include Tim McGrath, John Beaton, Richard Cecil, Estill Pollock, Bruce Bennett, Anne Delana Reeves, Elise Hempel, Terese Coe, Verga Ignatowitsch, Dan Campion, and others. Plus, a selection of book reviews; essays by N.S. Thompson and Christopher Rivas; and an international fiction special feature with Nageen Rather, Guadalupe Sexto, John McLennon, Treena Thibodeau, and L.M. Brown. Learn more...


colorado review spring 2021 Colorado Review

Volume 48 Number 1, Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 issue features nonfiction by Molly Rogers; fiction by Kathryn Harlan; and poetry by Genevieve Payne, T. Dallas Saylor, and Emma Lewis. Also in this issue: Tim Erwin, Holly Goddard Jones, Monica Macansantos, David Franke, Elly Bookman, Annette Oxindine, Erica Wright, Craig Morgan Teicher, Kim Garcia, Edith Clare, John Poch, Ellery Beck, Briggs Helton, Felicity Sheehy, Isabel Duarte-Gray, Regan Good, Jessica Tanck, Sarah Weck, and more. Learn more...


georgia review spring 2021 Georgia Review

Volume 75 Number 1, Spring 2021
The Georgia Review’s Spring 2021 issue is now available for purchase. This issue, which begins our seventy-fifth number, features new writing from T Cooper, Eloghosa Osunde, Kazim Ali, Heather Christle, Nikki Wallschlaeger, and many more. Spring 2021 features new translations of work by Alain Mabanckou, Hiromi Itō, and Toshiko Hirata and a special section with Julie Iromuanya and Virginia Jackson’s writings on Claudia Rankine’s Just Us: An American Conversation. This issue’s art portfolio presents Yaron Michael Hakim’s innovative anti-colonial artworks, as seen in two distinctive series, with an introduction from editor Gerald Maa. Learn more...


hampden-sydney poetry review 2020 Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review

Volume 46, 2020
The poems inside this issue speak to our moment in different and unpredictable ways. Maurice Manning attempts to capture the past; Lauren Slaughter faces mourning head-on; and Ed Falco wonders fitfully about Narcissus. And maybe Narcissus can be a mascot of sorts for this weird moment of ours—how so many of us have stared at our own faces on Zoom and felt paralyzed, perhaps not by self-regard, but by something still inevitably bounded by the self. Hopefully the poems and interviews in this year's issue of HSPR well help break you out of whatever trance you might be in. Learn more...


hippocampus magazine march april 2021 Hippocampus Magazine

March-April 2021 online
The March-April 2021 issue of Hippocampus Magazine is live, and it's full of CNF goodness for you, including work by Scott Bane, Paul Crenshaw, Bethany Kaylor, Anya Liftig, Francisco Martinezcuello, Tiffany Mathewson, Sheila Monaghan, Jim Ross, Michelle Strausbaugh, Kareem Tayyar, and Lish Troha. Also in this issue: a book review by Emily Dillon, a craft essay by Michelle Levy, and Robin Wheeler on “Going Mobile.” Learn more...


rattle spring 2021 Rattle

Volume 71, Spring 2021
The Spring 2021 issue of Rattle features a Tribute to Neurodiversity. This issue’s conversation features Michael Mark, who discusses how dyslexia has contributed to his life and work, as well as advertising, ghost stories, Buddhism, and many other topics. The issue includes another exciting and highly-varied open section, presenting poets such as Skye Jackson and Stephen Dunn, covering a wide range of subjects and styles. From gorgeous haiku (“Five Haiku in Spring” by Deborah A. Bennett), to Rebecca Schumejda’s thoughtful narrative poem “Volunteering at the Avian Rescue Center,” to a laugh-out-loud-funny exploration of the struggles of fatherhood (Jeff Tigchelaar’s “Is There Anything I Can Do”), there’s much for everyone to enjoy and savor in this colorful collection. Learn more...


still point arts quarterly spring 2021 Still Point Arts Quarterly

Volume 71, Spring 2021
This issue’s theme is “My Deep Love of Place.” Featured writers include Melodie Corrigall, Suzanne Finney, Catherine Young, Amy Cotler, Jeri Ann Griffith, Lawrence Gregory, Sue Schuerman, Cayce Osborne, Penny Milam, David Denny, William Bless, Barbara Cole, Rosalie Sanara Petrouske, and Teresa H. Klepac. Featured artists include Catherine L. Schweig, Walt Hug, Birgit Gutsche, MJ Edwards, and Barbara Anne Kearney. Learn more...



Willawaw Journal

Issue 12, Spring 2021 online
Of special interest this issue, you will find two FOLIOS by John Palen and Khalisa Rae. Also in this issue: Daniel DeRoux, Jeff Burt, Natalie Callum, Morgan English, Vivienne Popperl, Ellen Stone, Doug Stone, Emalisa Rose, James Owens, Hannah Joyce, and more.



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plume march 2021 Plume

Issue 115, March 2021 online
This month’s featured selection includes an interview with Ann Arbor by Leeya Mehta with a selection of work by the poet. DeWitt Henry reviews Petition by Joyce Peseroff. In nonfiction: “Overdetermination (It’s Not as Boring As It Sounds)” by David Kirby. This month’s poets include Tanella Boni, John Kinsella, Charmaine Crockett, Jo-Ann Mort, Lis Sanchez, Kelle Groom, Martha Silano, Nin Andrews, David Huddle, and more. Learn more...


sheila-na-gig online spring 2021 Sheila-Na-Gig online

Volume 5 Number 3, Spring 2021 online
In this issue, new poetry by Rebecca Brock—winner of the Spring 2021 Poetry Contest—Vee Amey, Cynthia Anderson, Kate Bowers, Marion Starling Boyer, Frances Boyle, Simona Carini, Alan Catlin, Ana Cottle, Joe Cottonwood, Robert DeMott, Michael Estabrook, Geroge Franklin, Matthew Friday, Joshua Gage, John Grey, Atar Hadari, Susan Harvey, Brian L. Jacobs, Jen Karetnick, Paul Kiernan, Mercedes Lawry, Peter Leight, Dotty LeMieux, Jennifer Martelli, Frank Modica, Tom Montag, John Palen, Donna Pucciani, Barbara Sabol, Shei Sanchez, Roberta Schultz, Tufik Y. Shayeb, Martha Silano, Ellen Stone, Marc Swan, and Alan Walowitz. Plus a selection of work by poets under 30. Learn more...


tint journal spring 2021 Tint Journal

Spring 2021 online
Read 25 new literary creations by ESL writers from all around the world online and for free at our website. Each text is accompanied with visual art creations by international artists, and many feature audio recordings of the writers reading their work. The 25 new poems, short stories and essays by writers identifying with 19 different nationalities and speaking 18 different mother tongues are just as diverse in their subject matter: Ranging from immigration, food, loss, LGBTQ+ and race to horror and romance, they will cue readers to think about the pressing issues of our time and open new literary landscapes to enjoy. Learn more...



Against the Current

Number 211, March/April 2021

Mud Season Review

Issue 54, February 2021 online


Volume 106 Number 2, March/April 2021



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2river review spring 2021 The 2River View

Volume 25 Number 3, Spring 2021 online
New poems by Diane Thiel, Simon Anton Niño Diego Baena, Ronda Piszk Broatch, Moriah Cohen, Aran Donovan, Richard E. Messer, Dave Nielsen, Cristina Querrer, Rebekah Remington, Richard Spilman, and Jacob Stratman. Anagrams and polysemic drawings by Sally Van Doren. Learn more...


gargoyle magazine Gargoyle Magazine

Issue 73, Spring 2021
In this issue: family and relationship works, a thread of Greek myths, bullies, and a couple NASA poets. Nonfiction by Anne McGouran, Frances Park, Marilyn Stablein, and D. E. Steward; fiction by Sean Gill, Frederick Highland, Len Kruger, Jillian Oliver, Max Talley, Curtis Smith, and more; and poetry by CL Bledsoe & Michael Gushue, Roger Camp, Kathleen Clancy, German Dario, Holly Day, Alexis Draut, Robert Estes, Michelle Fenton, David Galloway, Sid Gold, Mark Melnicove, Lauro Palomba, Theresa Pappas, Jessica Purdy, Pamela Murray Winters, Kathi Wolfe, and many more.  Learn more...


missouri review winter 2020Missouri Review

Volume 43 Number 4, Winter 2020
Inside: first fiction from Isabelle Shifrin. Featuring poetry by John Gallaher, Jennifer Sperry Steinorth, and Teresa Ott, fiction by Drew Calvert, Yxta Maya Murray, Mehr-Afarin Kohan, and Sam Dunnington, essays from Molly Wright Steenson and Phillip Hurst, and more, including a Curio Cabinet piece on Hans Christian Andersen. Learn more...


mudfish 22Mudfish

Issue 22, 2021
Mudfish 22 is bursting with poems, prose and art, that are revelations, that grab you by the lapels, that defy forgetting. They are before and after visions and celebrations of our world today. Guest art editor John Yau has filled the pages with work from young New York-based artists that is immediate and sparkling. Learn more...


south dakota review  volume 55 number 3 South Dakota Review

Volume 55 Number 3, 2021
New poetry by Heather Lang-Cassera, Wale Ayinla, Suphil Lee Park, Anne Champion, Ava Hofmann, Janice Zerfas, and Daniela Buccilli; fiction by Joseph Bathanti, Natanya Ann Pulley, and Grant William Currier; and essays by Tariq Al Haydar, Karen Salyer McElmurray, and Suzanne Manizza Roszak. Plus Patrick Hicks reviews Angel Bones by Ilyse Kusnetz. Learn more...


spoon river poetry review winter 2020 Spoon River Poetry Review

Volume 45 Number 2, Winter 2020
The Winter 2020 Issue of SRPR is now available. You will find: cover art by Jessi Simpson; The SRPR Illinois Poet Feature with new poetry by Carlo Matos and Amy Sayre Batista, with an interview of the poets by Simone Muench and Jackie K. White; The Editors' Prize winning poem by David Groff, as well as runners-up poems by Todd Copeland and Erica Bodwell, honorable mention poems by Kelsey Taylor, Cody Smith, and Gabriel Dozal; new poetry by Charlie Peck, David Starkey, Brad Johnson, O-Jeremiah Agbaakin, Xiaoly Li, Robert Evory, and more; and the SRPR Review Essay by Michael Theune. Learn more...



Blink Ink

#43, 2021
"Lost and Found." Microfiction by K.W. Peery, Gloria Garfunkel, Jimmy Huff, Paul Beckman, Vineetha Mokkil, Daryl Scroggins, Ben Roth, Todd Mercer, Tony Press, Michael Harris Cohen, Renuka Raghavan, Emma Phillips, Helen Merrick, Bill Mohr, Amanda Weatherwax, Alice Lam, Natalie Schriefer, Elaine Mead, Coleman Bomar, Sue Borgersen, and more.

Korean Quarterly

Volume 24 Number 2, Winter 2021



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allegro poetry magazine Allegro Poetry Magazine

Issue 26, March 2021 online
Welcome to the first edition of Allegro for 2021. Enjoy poems by Anthony Lawrence, Marc Woodward, Roger Bloor, Robin Helweg-Larsen, David Harmer, Glenn Hubbard, Jane Blanchard, Craig Coyle, Sophia Agyris, Robert Ford, Ian C Smith, Marius Grose, Phil Vernon, James Dowthwaite, Rebecca Gethin, John Rogers, Judy Clarence, Helen May Williams, Carolyn Oulton, Sean Chapman, Barbara Parchim, John McKeown, Phil Wood, Hélène Demetriades, Joe Cottonwood, Marc Janssen, Mark Totterdell, Mantz Yorke, Paula Aamli, Elizabeth Train-Brown, Louise Goodfield, and Abdulrahman M. Abu-Yaman. Learn more...


crazyhorse fall 2020 Crazyhorse

Number 98, Fall 2020
This issue features poetry by Kamilah Aisha Moon, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Daniel Schonning, and Amy Fleury; fiction by Jackie Thomas-Kennedy, Mi Jin Kim, and Jack Ortiz; and essays by Dawn D’Aries. Other contributors include Jeremy Radin, Vandana Khanna, Juan J. Morales, Janice Obuchowski, Bryn Chancellor, Mark Cox, Jim Banks, Katy Chrisler, Noor Hindi, Maria Hummel, G.C. Waldrep, Ricardo Wilson, Jeremy Radin, and more. Cover art by Susan Klein. Learn more...


crazyhorse fall 2020 Jewish Fiction .net

Number 26, February 2021 online
Jewish Fiction .net is thrilled to share something joyful in these challenging times: our beautiful new issue (#26)! 23 marvelous stories originally written in Yiddish, Hebrew, and English, including one about Purim (“The Feast of Esther”), two about Passover (“What Elijah Brought” and “Plagued”), and a story that is intentionally set in between these two holidays (“Serah”). The first two of these four stories also take place during Covid. We hope all of these 23 wonderful works bring you insights, solace, and pleasure. Learn more...


lake march 2021 The Lake

March 2021 online
The March issue is now online featuring Clair Chilvers, Oz Hardwick, Elaine Lambert, Alex McConochie, Ronald Moran, Rebecca Myers, Angela Readman, Jay Sizemore, Sam Smith, Julia Stothard, Mark Totterdell. Reviews of Oz Hardwick’s Wolf Planet, Peter Ramos’s Lord Baltimore, Angela Readman’s Cooking with MarilynLearn more...


poetry march 2021 Poetry

Volume 217 Number 6, March 2021
Contributors to the March 2021 issue of Poetry include Jacqueline Woodson, Luis Daniel Salgado, Cornelius Eady, Marilyn Nelson, Mariana Llanos, Nour Al Ghraowi, Mosab Abu Toha, Nikki Grimes, Renée Watson, Michael Simms, Margarita Engle, Linda Sue Park, Elizabeth Acevedo, Kimberly Blaeser, Chen Chen, Pat Mora, Kim Stafford, Ari Tison, Heid E. Erdrich, Cedar Sigo, Naomi Shihab Nye, Joyce Sidman, Tanaya Winder, Suma Subramaniam, Mahogany L. Browne, Nathalie Handal, Chera Hammons, Kara Jackson, Dawn Quigley, Tina Boyer Brown, and Padma Venkatraman. Learn more...



The Capra Review

February 2021 online


Spring 2021

In These Times
Volume 45 Number 3, March 2021




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baltimore review winter 2021 Baltimore Review

Winter 2021 online
The Winter 2021 issue of Baltimore Review features poetry and prose by John Van Kirk, Mary Ardery, Tara Lynn Masih, Shailen Mishra, Basmah Sakrani, LeRoy Sorenson, Susan Messer, Alden M. Hayashi, Gregory Byrd, Emily James, A. J. Bermudez, Trapper Markelz, Jill McDonough, Bryce Emley, M. M. De Voe, Caroline Miller, Star Su, Kim Roberts, and Annie Sheppard. Learn more...


chattahoochee review winter 2021 The Chattahoochee Review

Fall 2020/Winter 2021
In the final issue of The Chattahoochee Review, find poetry by Darius Atefat-Peckham, John Brandon, Jesse Breite, Taylor Byas, Luis Alberto de Cuenca, Maria Castro Dominguez, Courtney Faye Taylor, Bethan Tyler, Joke van Leeuwen, L. A. Weeks, Ross White, and more; hybrid by Jose Hernandez Diaz and Cheryl Pappas; fiction by Melanie McGee Bianchi, Gloria L. Huang, Pascha Sotolongo, and more; and art by Angela Davis Johnson. Learn more...


months to years winter 2021 Months to Years

Winter 2021 online
A journal of personal stories exploring mortality, death, and dying related topics. This issue features work by Gaye Brown, Helen Bowie, Patti Santucci, Briana Gervat, Mari-Carmen Marin, Michael Biegner, Bethany Bruno, John Timothy Robinson, Mary Ann Noe, Patricia Miller, Mara Lefebvre, Lee Landau, Sherri Levine, Susan Robison, Jeremy Gadd, and more.  Learn more...


river styx issue 104River Styx

Issue 103/104, 2020
In this issue: poetry by Nin Andrews, Gabriella Balza, Talia Bloch, Bruce Bond, Lyn Li Che, Jeff Gundy, David Kirby, Jenna Le, Timothy Liu, Adrian Matejka, Miho Nonaka, Emily Ransdell, Erin Saxon, Troy Varvel, Kiani Yiu, and more; fiction by Winston Bribach, Michael Byers, Jack Driscoll, and Andrea L. Rogers; essays by Maura Lammers, Jennifer Murvin, and Kerry Neville. Plus the winners of the 2019 River Styx Poetry Contest and the 2020 River Styx Microfiction Contest. Learn more...


thema spring 2021 THEMA

Volume 33 Number 1, Spring 2021
Writers and artists follow the theme of “Not of This World” in the Spring 2021 issue of THEMA. Some of the authors’ takes will definitely surprise readers. Contributors include Kayleigh McKee, James Swafford, Lynda Fox, Emily Hanlon, Margo Peterson, James Armstrong, Jennifer Erickson, Linda Berry, John Grey, Tricia Lowther, and more. Learn more...



The Midwest Quarterly

Volume 62 Number 2, Winter 2021

Southwest Review

Volume 105 Number 4, Winter 2021

Storm Cellar
Volume 9 Number 1, Winter 2021
The Winter 2021 issue — Vol. IX No. 1, nicknamed "Fission" — in which we reject all bad years, celebrate the flash contest winners, and generally get down with our bad selves. Featuring Negesti Kaudo, Stephanie Niu, Taylor Drake, Noah Farberman, Suphil Lee Park, Rebecca Morton, and more.



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main street rag winter 2021 The Main Street Rag

Volume 26 Number 1, Winter 2021
In this issue, find a featured interview with Ellen Birkett Morris by Beth Browne. Fiction by Ellen Birkett Morris, Lawrence F. Farrar, Michael Graves, Kathie Giorgio, and Steve Cushman. Poetry by Carrie Albert, Diana Anhalt, Rose Auslander, Joan Barasovska, Brenton Booth, Raymond Byrnes, Robert Cooperman, Rachel Dixon, Richelle Buccilli, Angela Gaito-Lagnese, Martha Golensky, Kari Gunter-Seymour, Ted Jonathan, Elda Lepak, Anne Hall Levine, Vikram Masson, Ken Meisel, David Mills, Randy Minnich, Harry Moore, Gail Peck, Ann Pedone, Gary V. Powell, Charles Rammelkamp, David Rock, Seth Rosenbloom, Russell Rowland, Tom Wayman, and more. Plus book reviews by Tim Bascom, Libby Bernardin, Ryan Clark, and others. Learn more...


malahat review winter 2020 The Malahat Review

Number 213, Winter 2020
This issue features work by Tawahum Bige, Megan Butcher, Rachel Lachmansingh, and Aaron Schneider. Plus the winner of the 2020 Constance Rooke CNF Prize: Christina Brobby who is also interviewed. Also in the issue: Michael Chang, Dani Couture, Anita Lahey, Eve Joseph, Ivan Hobson, Joanne Rixon, Aaron Schneider, Katie Zdybel, Megan Butcher, Rabiu Temidayo, and more. Learn more...


massachusetts review winter 2020 The Massachusetts Review

Volume 61 Number 4, Winter 2020
We are honored to present the very first Massachusetts Review issue focused on Native American writing. The issue’s poetry and prose show the depth and range of Native writing in our current moment. We put forward work by both new and established Indigenous writers that is diverse in its aesthetics and comes from tribal people who live all over the country. Essays by Tiffany Midge, Shaina A. Nez, Chandre Szafran, and more; stories by Stephen Graham Jones, Chip Livingston, Erika Wurth, and more; and poetry by Lemanuel Loley, Stephanie Lenox, Bojan Louis, Jessica Mehta, and more. Plus novel excerpts and hybrid texts. Learn more...


new england review volume 41 number 4 New England Review

Volume 41 Number 4, 2020
The Winter 2020 issue of New England Review is by turns bracing, inspiring, surprising, and devastating. Like every issue of NER, it gives readers a chance to expand their sense of the known world through language, image, and narrative. But what’s different is that this issue is almost entirely populated by emerging writers, and for many this is among their first publications. Fiction by Emily Hunt Kivel, Ji Hyun Joo, Ben Peled, and more; nonfiction by Lydia Paar, Zack Finch, and others; and poetry by Conor Bracken, Ae Hee Lee, Billie Swift, Dylan Weir, Hael Lopez, Samyak Shertok, and more. Learn more...



Black Warrior Review

Volume 47 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2020

Free Inquiry

Volume 41 Number 2, February/March 2021

In These Times

Volume 45 Number 2, February 2021




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bennington review issue 8 Bennington Review

Issue 8, Fall 2020
The “Fame and Obscurity” issue is here with poetry by Emily Pettit, Maia Seigel, Elizabeth Hughey, Jacob Montgomery, Oni Buchanan, Kathleen Ossip, Anne Marie Rooney, Jose Hernandez Diaz, jayy dodd, Catherine Pierce, Rob Schlegel, Ed Skoog, TR Brady, Ryo Yamaguchi, and more; fiction by Cynthia Cruz, Stuart Nadler, Lucy Corin, Bonnie Chau, and others; and nonfiction by Elisa Albert, Kelle Groom, Craig Morgan Teicher, Kirsten Kaschock, and more. Plus Justin Phillip Reed in the film section, and an interview with Elizabeth Willis by Katrina Turner. Learn more...


cimarron review issue 212 Cimarron Review

Issue 212, Summer 2020
Issue 212 features poetry by Michael Marberry, Robert Bharda, Emily Grelle, Adam Day, Ellen Cantrell, Jennifer Met, Morgan Hamill, Ben Aguilar, Carolyn Adams, Kim Kent, Donna Reis, and more; fiction by Toby Donovan, Rachel Hall, Thomas H. McNeely, and Abby Frucht; and nonfiction by Victor Yang. Cover art by John Kinney. Learn more...


hole in the head review february 2021 Hole in the Head Review

Volume 2 Number 1, February 2021 online
We begin our second year with this issue. Visit for new work by Tim Benjamin, Richard Jones, S. Stephanie, Connor Doyle, Ashley Mallick, Larkin Warren, Eva Goetz, Ron Riekki, Beth Copeland, Roger Camp, Heather Newman, Tom Barlow, Dennis Herrell, Lily Anna Erb, Dick Altman, Glen Armstrong, Erin Wilson, Yoni Hammer-Kossov, Matthew Moment, Cynthia Galaher, Lisa Zimmerman, Christy Sheffield, Tilly Woodward, and more. Also in this issue: an interview with and a mini chapbook by J.D. Whitney. Learn more...


into the void issue 18 Into the Void

Issue 18, Quarter 1 2021
Issue #18 is our most packed issue ever, 10% bigger than previous issues. The eye-catching cover image "Sub Seb 2" by Chalice Mitchell would really spice up your bookshelf. Inside the cover: fiction by Anne Baldo, Nim Folb, Eloise Lindblom, Karl Plank, Ash Winters, and more; creative nonfiction by Grace Camille and Bill Capossere; and poetry by Annie Cigic, Daun Daemon, Roy Duffield, Rebecca Faulkner, Molly Fuller, Beth Gordon, Chana G. Miller, Nathan Tompkins, and others. Art by Milan Ciric, Richard Downs, Angelo Nairod, Caren Jo Shapiro, and more. Learn more...


plume february 2021 Plume

Issue 114, February 2021 online
This issue’s featured selection includes an interview with Teri Ellen Cross Davis by Leeya Mehta, as well as work by the poet. John Wall Barger reviews That was Now, This Is Then by Vijay Seshadri. In nonfiction find A Frozen Present: D. Nurkse on the Language of Fascism and “The Land of Magic.” This month’s poetry selections feature Martha Serpas, Simon Perchik, Rachal Hadas, Samuel Cheney, Maureen Seaton, Anna Maria Hong, Betsy Scholl, and more. Learn more...


ruminate issue 57 Ruminate

Issue 57, Winter 2020/21
Issue 57: Mend investigates what needs to be mended, who does the mending, and how we might mend. As Megan Merchant writes in her poem “Mammography,” “Not all things heal when left alone.” Featuring the Janet B. McCabe prizewinning poems by Laura Budofsky Wisniewski, Yvette Siegert, Hajjar Baban, and Betsy Sholl. Learn more...


salamander number 51 Salamander

Number 51, Fall/Winter 2020-2021
Salamander #51, featuring: fiction by Jinwoo Chong, Gretchen Comba, Michael O'Brien, Carol Dines, and Kanza Javed; nonfiction by Darius Stewart; an art portfolio by Angela N. Weddle; reviews by Hope Wabuke, Marcela Sulak, and Jacquelyn Pope; and poetry by Michael Bazzett, Paula Abramo tr. by Dick Cluster, Suphil Lee Park, Jennifer Jean, Rebecca Morgan Frank, Despy Boutris, Christopher Citro, Erica Charis-Molling, Michael Chang, Juan J. Morales, Lisa Fleck Dondiego, Ashley Wagner, John Gallaher, Matthew J. Spireng, and many more. Learn more...


Capra Review

2020 online


Volume 69 Number 1, 2020



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adroit journal issue 36The Adroit Journal

Issue 36, January 2021 online
Adroit 36 is a brilliant collection of work—elegiac in its nature—both hopeful and loud in its grief. Poetry by Angelo Nikolopoulos, Ocean Vuong, Martha Collins, D. A. Powell, Ellen Bass, Alex Dimitrov, Tariq Thompson, Aurielle Marie, Nomi Stone, and more; prose by Ghinwa Jawhari, Blake Bell, Robert Long Foreman, Ethan Chatagnier, Steffi Sin, and Ben Reed; and art by Gyuri Kim, L.I. Henley, Connie Gong, and Tianran Song. Plus “Enlightenments” including interviews with Ellen Bass and Randall Mann, and 2020 Faves & Raves from the journal’s staff. Learn more...


brilliant flash fiction issue 28Brilliant Flash Fiction

Issue 28, January 2021 online
In the newest issue of Brilliant Flash Fiction, find fabulous flash fiction by Ravibala Shenoy, Avra Margariti, Jihoon Park, Kelsey Englert, Joe Farley, Tim Seyfert, CG Miller, Hannah Whiteoak, Yunya Yang, and Taylor Rae. Learn more...


concho river review winter 2020Concho River Review

Volume 34 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2020
In this issue: fiction by Tom Murphy, Doug Ramspeck, Terry Sanville, and Ken Wheatcroft-Pardue; nonfiction by Paul Juhasz, Jeffrey Lockwood, John Robinson, Rachel Schiel, and Steve Wing; and poetry by Diana Anhalt, Kathy Appleton, William Heath, Jane Blanchard, Tom Hunley, Claire Scott, Connie Wasem Scott, Daniel Wade, Neal Zirn, and more. Learn more...


creative nonfiction winter 2021Creative Nonfiction

Issue 74, Winter 2021
Creative Nonfiction #74: "Moments of Clarity" features stories of sudden realizations, things that can’t be unsaid, and power dynamics laid bare: a seventeen-year-old flirts her way into trouble; a daughter’s offhand remark shatters a family’s fragile peace; an employee quietly decides HR’s focus on diversity is actually kind of racist, and more. Also in this issue: epiphanies in nonfiction, legal advice for writers, and tiny truths. Learn more...


cumberland river review january 2021Cumberland River Review

Volume 10 Number 1, January 2021 online
New poetry by Jane Zwart, Paul Hamill, Alex Aldred, Merrill Oliver Douglas, Mary Elizabeth Birnbaum, Al Maginnes, Lauren Claus, Julia Wendell, David O’Connell, and Emily Light. Fiction by Ben Penley. Artwork by Chris Gwaltney. Learn more...


december winter 2020december

Volume 31 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2020
Featuring gorgeous cover art from Raqs Media Collective, new work from Eileen G’Sell, Albert Goldbarth, Noah Davis, John Sibley Williams, and the winner from our 2020 Curt Johnson Prose Awards, art from Brian Dettmer and Ebony Paterson, and much more. Learn more...


lake february 2021The Lake

February 2021 online
The February issue is now online featuring Edward Alport, Holly Day, Mike Dillon, William Ogden Haynes, Katherine Hoerth, Paul McDonald, Gordon Meade, Jill Sharp, J. R. Solonche, John L. Stanizzi, J. S. Watts, Emma Wells, Sarah White. Reviews of Colin Carberry’s Ghost Homeland, Paul Summers’ the dreamer’s ark, and Jennifer McGowan’s Still Lives with ApocalypseLearn more...


understorey magazine issue 19Understorey Magazine

Issue 19, 2020 online
Welcome to the “Food Work” issue. Katherine Barrett urges us to think more about essential workers. Cairistiona Clark, Moni Brar, Kathy Mak, Carmen Wall, Christine Pennylegion, and Chantal Martineau pen poems on the theme. Wendy Burton, Sophie Gazarian, and Suzanne Sloan provide creative nonfiction, and in fiction: Kelly Kaur, Jennie Hunter, Deb Stark, and Elizabeth Collis. Learn more...



Number 138, Winter 2020/2021


Issue 26, 2021 online
We're so excited to bring you this collection of powerful, relevant, and beautiful work by Charles Borkhuis, Hannah Corrie, Merridawn Duckler, Joe Elliot, Thomas Fink, Peter Grandbois, Genevieve Kaplan, Lisa Lewis, David Mills, JoAnna Novak, and Chuck Wachtel, art by Mary DiDoardo, Donté K. Hayes, and Elizabeth Shull, and text + image by Kristin LaFollette.


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2river view winter 2021 The 2River View

Volume 25 Number 2, Winter 2021 online
New poems by Kate Wylie, Marissa Ahmadkhani, Roger Camp, Jessica Dionne, Ryan Keeney, Lisa C. Krueger, Al Maginnes, January Pearson, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Ralph James Savarese, and Rachel Stempel, with winter photography by Kilian Schönberger. Learn more...


carve winter 2021 Carve

Winter 2021
This issue of Carve features eleven stellar writers. In the short fiction and accompanying interviews: Vincent Anioke, Toby Lloyd, Stephanie Macias Gibson, and James A. Jordan. Also in this issue, we celebrate Stacy Trautwein Burns’s publication of “Shelter Break” in Ruminate. In Gustavo Hernandez’s poem, we reach toward the future. In Rose Auslander’s, we consider tactility and embodiedness. We also sit with Kerry James Evans’s meditation on I, and Robert Carr’s billowing loss. Emily Breese writes on familial bonds. And finally, in a conversation with Anita Felicelli: illuminating thoughts about reality and identity, song and story, social norms, societal relationships, and simultaneous conflicting truths. Learn more...


kaleidoscope winter 2021 Kaleidoscope

Issue 82, Winter/Spring 2021 online
“We Are Worthy” is the theme of this issue. Our featured essay is “Wrap Me Up and Tie It with a Bow” by Shawna Borman. Author Marilyn Slominski Shapiro writes with vivid imagery in her story, “Rejoice the Archangel Raphael!” Judi Fleischman shares creative nonfiction, “My Man George." This issue contains our first lyric essay, and our first publication of a drabble. In poetry, anxious thoughts are “Intruders” in the mind of Mari-Carmen Marin. You’ll find many other stories, personal essays, and thought-provoking poems that reflect the experience of disability and life in the midst of a pandemic. Cover art by Philadelphia street artist Blur. Learn more...


terrain january 2021

January 2021 online
New on the site this month, find poetry by John Daniel, Robert Wrigley, Eric Pankey, Natasha Sajé, Jenifer K. Sweeney, and Naila Moreira with photos by Stephen Petegorsky; nonfiction by Christine Byl and Deborah Schillbach; fiction by Caprice Garvin; and an interview with Rob Carney by Jackson Reed. Emily Grubby reviews Cheryl J. Fish’s Crater & Tower, and in the “Currents” section: Mary Silwance, Kurt Caswell, and Rob Carney. Learn more...


Magazines Received January 18, 2021

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brevity issue 66 Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction

Issue 66, January 2021 online
Issue 66 of Brevity is here! Find nonfiction by Jesse Lee Kercheval, Elena Passarello, Sonja Livingston, Ira Sukrungruang, Kate Hopper, Melissa Stephenson, Anne Panning, Hiram Perez, Noah Davis, Laurie Klein, Lizz Huerta, Francis Walsh, Tyler Orion, Dorian Fox, and Michael McAllister. Learn more...


chestnut review winter 2021 Chestnut Review

Volume 2 Number 3, Winter 2021 online
Our Winter Issue is now available in free download! Featuring work by fifteen amazing artists as well as the winners of our Stubborn Writers Contest: Maurya Kerr, Jen Ashburn, Dan Reilly, Sara Pirkle, Teal Fitzpatrick, Jasper Oliver, Cyn Nooney, Lazar Trubman, and Teddy Engs. Also in this issue: Kiyoko Reidy, Steven Croft, Yashodhara Trivedi, Milla van der Have, Tori Grant Welhouse, Matthew Sumpter, and more. Learn more...


hippocampus magazine february 2021Hippocampus Magazine

January/February 2021 online
We're excited to bring you the first issue of the year! The January-February 2021 edition features 14 pieces of creative nonfiction; our selection of essays and flash CNF includes: Sayuri Ayers, Chris J. Bahnsen, Jessica Power Braun, Emily Cluff, Vivian Lee Croft, Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick, Herb Harris, Melissa Hart, Porter Huddleston, Josh Parish, Jessica Ripka, Molly Thornton, Stephany Wilkes, and K. Zen 'obia. Learn more...


kenyon review february 2021Kenyon Review

January/February 2021
The Jan/Feb 2021 issue of the Kenyon Review is available now. This issue marks the beginning of Nicole Terez Dutton’s editorial stewardship of the renowned journal. Some of the many pleasures to be found include stories by the winners of the 2020 KR Short Fiction Contest—Janika Oza, Steffi Sin, and Stanley Delgado. The new issue also offers wonderful new work in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, including stories by Rachel Heng and Nay Saysourinho, essays by Sonya Larson and Ian Williams, and poetry by Michael Coppola, Diane Seuss, Vievee Francis, Jenny Xie, and the late Lee Sharkey. Learn more...


sky island journal winter 2021Sky Island Journal

Issue 15, Winter 2021 online
Sky Island Journal’s stunning 15th issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from contributors around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free to access, and always free from advertising, discover what over 80,000 readers in 145 countries already know; the finest new writing is here, at your fingertips. Learn more...


tiger moth review winter issue 5Tiger Moth Review

Issue 5, 2021 online
Visit Tiger Moth Review for art and literature that engages with nature, culture, the environment, and ecology. In this issue: Cheryl Julia Lee, Neeti Singh, Anna Morris, Anne Yeoh, Pooja Ugrani, Sekhar Banerjee, Ian Goh, Marie Scarles, Rea Maac, Lorraine Caputo, Guna Moran, Ernest Goh, Joe Balaz, Turner Wilson, Peggy Landsman, Chris Johnson, Ashwani Kumar, Crispin Rodrigues, Tammy Lai-Ming Ho, Jaxton Su, Gail Anderson, Lucas Zulu, and more. Learn more...


walloon writers review 2020Walloon Writers Review

Issue 6, 2020
Walloon Writers Review edition 6 is a collection of poetry, short stories and nature photography inspired by Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. This independent regionally focused literary magazine publishes annually. "edition 6" edited by Associate Editor Glen Young, is so titled as this is our first digital edition. Walloon Writers Review edition 6 is available on issuu and the link can be found on our website. No charge for the digital edition this year. Cover photography by Elizabeth J. Bates. Learn more...



Feels Blind Literary

Issue 5, Winter 2020 online
This issue's featured artist is Chris Biles. Creative nonfiction by Tricia Leaf, Kaleena Madruga, and Patricia Smith; fiction by Jennifer Fernandez and Brigette Pugh; and poetry by Zakia Ahmadzai, Judy Melchiorre, Shalini Rana, Juanita Rey, and Danielle Zipkin; and plays by Christina Cordano, Linda Howard Cooke, Rhiannon Ciara Vaughn, and Shelli Pentimall Bookler.

In These Times

January 2021

Mud Season Review
Issue 53, December 2020 online



Magazines Received January 11, 2021

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bellevue literary review issue 39 Bellevue Literary Review

Issue 39, Fall/Winter 2020
“Reading the Body.” Fiction by Emma Pattee, Jonathan Penner, Michele Suzann, Lauren Green, Mahak Jain, and more; nonfiction by Jeremy Griffin, Wyatt Bandt, Jack Lancaster, and others; and poetry by Jacob Boyd, Gina Ferrari, Cynthia Parker-Ohene, Sanjana Nair, Thomas Dooley, Beth Suter, and many more. Learn more...


colorado review fall 2020 Colorado Review

Volume 47 Number 3, Fall/Winter 2020
The Fall 2020 issue features poetry by Augusta Funk, nonfiction by Ania Spyra, poetry by Lucien Darjeun Meadows, fiction by Josie Sigler Sibara, and poetry by Caitlin Ferguson. More work by Haley Crigger, Mary Grimm, Clint McCown, John A. Nieves, Katherine Noble, Cullen Bailey Burns, Christopher Salerno, Anne Barngrover, Samyak Shertok, Jennifer Soong, Matthew Kelsey, Daneen Wardrop, Lucien Darjeun Meadows, and more. Learn more...


louisville review fall 2020 The Louisville Review

Number 88, Fall 2020
Issue 88 of The Louisville Review features poetry, short fiction, and (K-12) poetry. Poetry by Peter Grandbois, Simon Perchik, Laurie Welch, Maxima Kahn, John A. Nieves, Jason Tandon, Laine Derr, Tyler King, Margarita Cruz, and more. Fiction by Stan Lee Werlin, J. A. Bernstein, Jim Bellar, Lori Ann Stephens, Jen McConnell, and others. One book review by Mary Popham, and in the K-12 Cornerstone section: Kieran Chung, Sofia Dzodan, and Hannah Slayton. Learn more...


macguffin fall 2020 The MacGuffin

Volume 36 Number 3, Fall 2020
The MacGuffin’s Fall 2020 issue spotlights formal verse. In all, 19 different forms are featured from poets across the map, near and far. From sonnets to sestinas, pantoums to clerihews, all connoisseurs of the written word will find something to delight in. Our usual selection of fiction and nonfiction is interspersed, with personal essays from Nadia Ibrahim and Gretchen Clark, tales of loss—though not the same—from Dave Larsen and Trisha McKee, and a look at two very different families from Shirley Sullivan and Bethany Snyder. Rounding out this issue is the colorful work of Nicholas D’Angelo. Learn more...


southern humanities review winter 2020 Southern Humanities Review

Volume 53 Number 4, Winter 2020
In the current issue: nonfiction by Taylor Bororby and Ceridwen Hall; fiction by Nicole Baute, Torrey Crim, Gloria L. Huang, and Megan Kakimoto; and poetry by Celia Bland, E. G. Cunningham, R. M. Kinder, Daniel Lassell, Rodney Terich Leonard, Jennifer Maier, Emilie Menzel, Lucas Daniel Peters, Derek Sheffield, Simon Shieh, Nathan Spoon, and Beatrice Szymkowiak. Learn more...


tipton poetry journal fall 2020 Tipton Poetry Journal

Issue 46, Fall 2020
This issue of Tipton Poetry Journal features 40 poets from the United States (17 different states) and five poets from Australia, Ireland, Italy, Nigeria, and Ukraine. Work by Claire Scott, Julie L. Moore, Liz Dolan, Jeanine Stevens, Holly Day, Paul Daniel Lee, Janet Jiahui Wu, John Cardwell, Madelyn Camrud, Jane Attanucci, Will Schmit, Alessio Zanelli, Carol Tyx, Cameron Morse, Andrew Hubbard, Dave Malone, and more. Plus, a review of Norbert Krapf. Cover photo by Joyce Brinkman. Learn more...


zone 3 fall 2020 Zone 3

Volume 35 Number 2, Fall 2020
In this issue: nonfiction by Hadil Ghoneimj, Steven Harvey, Kathryn Nuernberger, and more; fiction by Scott Brennan, Mary Louise Hill, Sarah Layden, Nathan Moseley, and others; and poetry by Ellery Beck, Jennifer Brown, Jesse DeLong, Jose Hernandez Diaz, Andrew Johnson, Arden Levine, Matt McBride, Leah Osowski, Charlie Peck, Marlo Starr, Dan Veach, and more. Cover art by Jiha Moon. Learn more...


The Midwest Quarterly

Volume 62 Number 1, Fall 2020

North Dakota Quarterly

Volume 87, Numbers 3/4
In the latest issue: fiction by Max Halper, Kareem Tayyar, Donna Lee Miele, and more; essays by Leah Mensch, Mike Miley, Taylor Brorby, and more; and poetry by Kruti Brahmbhatt, William Virgil Davis, Diane Scholl, Jessica Cory, Rajendra Sharma, Lawrence Rhu, Alisha Yi, and many more.



Magazines Received January 04, 2021

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blue mountain review issue 20 Blue Mountain Review

Issue 20, November 2020 online
In the latest issue: Poet Lee Herrick delivers heart and fire and Sebastian Mathews writes about melody and technique. Travel with Jeremy Bassetti or spend an in evening in Nashville’s Red Phone Booth. Also in the issue: a sit down with Jessica Jacobs and Nickole Brown, Freddie Ashley of the Actor’s Express, and the life and works of Rebecca Evans. Plus even more fiction, essays, and poetry. Learn more...


driftwood press january 2021Driftwood Press

Volume 8 Number 1, January 2021 online
Featured in our latest issue is the 2020 Adrift Contest winning story "Myopic" by Mason Boyles, selected by T. Geronimo Johnson, alongside another story, "Whomp," by Lynda Montgomery. From the whispers behind grief to the galactic weight of finding a new identity, the poetry in this issue drills into some of mankind's most intimate desires and conflicts. Wrapping up the issue are visual arts and comics by Kelsey M. Evans, Sam Heydt, Jacob Goldwasser, and Kat Y. Tang. Learn more...


glass mountain fall 2020 Glass Mountain

Volume 25, Fall 2020
The Fall 2020 issue of Glass Mountain features the Robertson Prize winners: Sarah Han Kuo in fiction, Yasmin Boakye in nonfiction, and Stephanie Lane Sutton in poetry. Also in this issue, find art by Martin Balsam, Jailyne España, Rain Mang, and more; fiction by Rain Bravo, Eric Dickey, Caitlin Helsel, and others; nonfiction by Linda Schwartz; and poetry by Danny Barbare, Emily Fernandez, Kathy Key-Tello, Stephanie Niu, and more. Learn more...


plume issue 113 Plume

Issue 113, January 2021 online
Stop by this month’s Featured Selection for an interview with Chanda Feldman and Erika Meitner conducted by Sally Bliumis-Dunn. Bianca Stone writes about why she makes poetry comics. Instead of the usual book review section, this month you can see what Plume’s editors have enjoyed reading this year. This month’s poetry selections come from Brandi George, Kurt Luchs, Jalal al-Din Rumi, G.C. Waldrep, Saida Agostini, Brian Swann, Alexandria Peary, and more. Learn more...


plume issue 113 Prime Number Magazine

Issue 191, January 2021 online
Welcome to our first issue of 2021! This issue offers information on the 2021 Prime Number Magazine Awards for Poetry and Short Fiction, with judges Stacy R. Nigliazzo (poetry) and Dennis McFadden (short fiction). You’ll also find our 2020 Pushcart Prize nominees, recent winners of our free 53-Word Story Contest, and poetry selections by our guest poetry editor Lindsey Royce and short fiction selections by our guest short fiction editor Rhonda Browning White. Learn more...



Willawaw Journal

Issue 11, Winter 2020 online
In this issue: writing by Michael H. Brownstein, Mara Beneway, Sarah Beddow, Frank Babcock, Trina Gaynon, Sarah Lilius, Frank Rossini, Cameron Morse, and more. Art by Carol Crump Bryner.






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