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In this issue: An editorial on Trump’s rule to ruin, Malik Miah on Making Trump’s America Ungovernable, Christophe Vials on measuring attraction to a fascist demagogue, an interview with Kristen Buras on the charterization of New Orleans schools. Plus, Interntional Women’s Day: the birth of a new movement? Articles and reviews by Nancy Holmstrom, Natalia Santos-Orozco, Angela Hubler, and Ann Ferguson.

The March/April 2017 issue of The American Poetry Review features twelve new poems by Ilya Kaminsky, plus an interview with him by Philip Metres. This issue also features Nathaniel Perry on Elizabeth Bishop across a chasm; Julie Carr on property and monstrosity; Carol Ann Davis on the tangential, The Leftovers, and the memoirs of Felix Nadar; and Kazim Ali (Yannis Ritsos & Other Poems). This issue is rounded out by poetry from Beth Bachmann, Katie Ford, Jane Mead, and Michael Ryan.​​​

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16 Number 2, 2017

In this issue, find work by Richard Dokey, Abigail Allen, Holly Day, Roy Bentley, Gershon Ben-Avraham, Edward Black, Chad Prevost, Jim Daniels, Randy Gonzales, Robert Joe Stout, Kimberly White, Frederick Wilbur, and more.

This issue features Gilbert Allen, Ezra Baeli-Wang, C. Wade Bentley, Jenn Blair, Belle Boggs, Emma Burcart,  Lindsay A. Chudzik, Grant Clauser, Dinah Cox, Dallas Crow, Lynn Domina, Brian Fanelli, Robert Fillman,  Scott Gould, Charles Israel, Jr., Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Steven Knepper, Ashley Kunsa, Kristin Leclaire, Lisa Lewis, Jie Liu, Denton Loving, Zachary Lunn, Martha Owens, Colin Pope, Elizabeth Rees, Ramona Reeves, John I. Scott, Matthew J. Spireng, Allison Thorpe, Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad, Daniel Webre, Kari Wergeland, Nicholas A. White,  Ruth Williams, Matt Zambito.

This issue’s featured exhibition is “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” viewable online until April 30, 2017. Find portfolios of Shoshanna Ahart, Nina Clayton, Pat Hinchliffe, and Marcie Scudder. Peter Azrak and Vincent Louis Carrella pen columns, and in features: Greg Bogaerts, Jesse Curran, Damhnait Monaghan, Hugh Moss, Patty Somlo, and Karla Van Vliet.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, March 2017

"How to Survive an Atomic Bomb" Edward McPherson. Travel back to the anything-goes days leading up to the July 1945 detonation of the first atomic bomb at Trinity Site in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Edward McPherson takes readers on a tour of the site, exploring the history of the atomic bomb, as well as the modern-day challenges still posed by our nuclear arsenal.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 26, February 2017 online

This issue features new and returning poets from Canada, India, Italy, New Zealand, Philippines, South Korea, the UK and the US. 

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 2, Spring 2017 online

The theme of Hunger Mountain’s Spring 2017 issue is Masked/Unmasked. The issue features work by Patricia Smith, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Lucy Corin, and many others. It also includes a special “two truths and a lie” feature with secrets and inventions from Kekla Magoon, Kelly Link, Laura van den Berg, and more.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2017 online

Colter Jackson, Laura B. Johnsrude, Morgan Kayser, Michele Leavitt, Teri McDowell Ott, Caroline Siegrist, William Thompson, and Shaun Turner.

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