- Linked Title Foundry
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, September 2017
It’s our first anniversary! Over the past year, we’ve had the honor of bringing you 91 poems by 74 poets. Issue 5 is our biggest yet and features the work of Aria Aber, Kristin Chang, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Rachel Edelman, Emily Frisella, Knar Elizabeth Gavin, Noor Hindi, Marlin M Jenkins, Sarah León Moreno, Daniel T. O'Brien, Eric Pankey, Lauren Jacqueline Roberts, Philip Schaefer, Gale Marie Thompson, Jennifer Tseng, Jeanann Verlee, Emily Vizzo, and Ross White.
- Linked Title The Iowa Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Number 2, Fall 2017
In this issue: reporting from war zones, orange spray paint gets ugly, alopecia, visualizing Walter Benjamin's Arcades, breakfast and dinner in verse, Japan during the 2011 tsunami, a monkey magician, and a man runs a 10k in Converse.
- Linked Title The Kenyon Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 5, September/October 2017
This new issue features a special section on the Hybrid Lyric, with an introduction by David Baker and poems by Meghan O'Rourke, Michael Collier, and Gabrielle Calvocoressi; plus fiction by T.C. Boyle, Joyce Carol Oates, Marian Crotty, and Karl Taro Greenfeld; nonfiction by Emily Withnall; poetry by Cintia Santana, Kyle McCord, Philip Schultz, and more.
- Linked Title The Lake
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2017
The September issue is now online featuring Pat Anthony, Devon Balwit, Demond Blake, Rachael Burns, Karen Dennison, Jack Little, R. W. McLellan, Jessica (Tyner) Mehta, Carl Nelson, Rajani Radhakrishnan, J. R. Solonche, PC Vandall, Sarah White. Reviews of Jayne Marek’s In and Out of Rough Water and Kiriti Sengupta’s Dreams of the Sacred and Ephemeral.
- Linked Title Nimrod
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 61 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2017
Awards 39 presents the winning poems and stories of the 2017 Nimrod Literary Awards. Poet Mark Wagenaar weaves themes of love, fatherhood, loss, and time, while Mary Moore ponders what it means to be human and what it means to be a monster. Jessica Cavero shares a provocative story about a young woman “in the business of selling dreams,” and Sandra Hunter tells the story of two siblings stuck on opposite sides of a border fence. They are joined by over 40 other writers, including Daniel Becker, Allison Blevins, Stephen Cloud, Aurora Masum-Javed, Meghan Pipe, Claire Robbins, and Shubha Venugopal.
- Linked Title Translation Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 98, 2017
In this issue, find articles by Yanghuan Yu, Andrys Onsman, and Corine Tachtiris, plus “Translating Arabic Poetry into English Rapping: A Study into the Form-Based Requirements” by Abdelkarim Daragmeh, Ekrema Shehab, and Yasmin Radi. Book reviews by Katherine M. Hedeen, Vincent Kling, and Gregary J. Racz.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, 2017
The eleventh issue of True Story features "79" by Brian Broome. The 79 bus loops around the housing projects in the East Hills of Pittsburgh all day—“like a noose,” as reluctant resident Brian Broome puts it. This might be one of Pittsburgh’s least tourist-friendly neighborhoods, and Broome an extremely uncomfortable tour guide…but the trip is well worth taking.