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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 75 Number 3, Summer 2017

This issue includes essays about Paul Theroux and "Science Is Not Alternative Medicine" and fiction about "Social Detox" and "Molasses" as well as poetry by prominent (Lorca and Zao) and promising poets. It concludes with "Poetry Today: "'A Heart on the Line': The Poetry of Anthony Rudolf," an autobiographer, poet, literary critic, editor, translator, Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and the English Association.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 22 Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2017-2018

Once again, New England’s Premier Independent Poetry Journal "will fill you up” (as NewPages has said in review) for the seasons at hand. With poetry including haiku from all corners of New England, the United States, as well as Canada, France, and New Zealand, this gorgeous issue is sure to inspire. Featured Poets are Susan Hawkshaw and Gus Peterson. Showcase Poets are Wayne F. Burke, Amy Gordon, Matthew J. Spireng, and David Wyman. Bookend Poets are Joe Bisicchia and Steve Kupferschmid. Other selected contributors include Kelly Cressio-Moeller, Eric Greinke, Ellaraine Lockie, and Sheila Wellehan.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2017

Exploring the theme of Regeneration, BWR is proud to feature poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by Ellen Adams, Ana Cristina Alvarez, Annah Browning, Vajra Chandrasekera, Felicia Rose Chavez, Chekwube O. Danladi, Molly Gutman, Paige Lewis, Sabrina Orah Mark, Jac Nelson, Olivia Olsen, Angela Pelster, Miguel Angel Ramirez, Leslie Sainz, Krystal Sanders, sam sax, Jill Schepmann, Alex Terrell, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Rebecca Valley, Debbie Vance, L. Vella, C Pam Zhang, as well as a comic by Janelle Garcia, photographs by Farah Al Qasimi, and a poetry chapbook by Aristilde Kirby.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 6, November/December 2017

The Nov/Dec 2017 issue include “Cowboys & Aliens” by Kevin Young, an excerpt from his forthcoming book about the great American tradition of the hoax. This issue also includes poems by Pulitzer Prize finalist Diane Seuss, fiction by Vanessa Cuti, Anna Hartford, and Lauren Schenkman, nonfiction by Tyrese L. Coleman, and poems by Marie Étienne (translated by Marilyn Hacker), James Hoch, Alex Lemon, William Logan, Jim Moore, Bruce Smith, Monica Sok, and Analicia Sotelo. It also includes the winning poems of the 2017 Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers by Eileen Huang, Daniel Blokh, and Isabella Victoria.

The Malahat Review celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with “Victoria Past, Victoria Present, Victoria Future.” To observe this milestone, the magazine devotes this theme issue to the writers living in the city where it was established in 1967. Each genre—poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction—is represented by local authors. Some, like Emily Carr and P. K. Page, are no longer with us; others, like Lorna Crozier and Philip Kevin Paul, continue mapping out distinguished literary careers; and still others, like Jason Jobin and Julie Paul, belong to a remarkable new generation of writers who call Victoria, in British Columbia, Canada, their home.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40 Number 3, Fall 2017

Our “Local Color” issue features the work of Alethea Black, Stephanie Carpenter, Bettina Drew, Kim Coleman Foote, Kelli Jo Ford, Max Harris, Jeanne Lutz, Josh Myers, Robin Romm, Jack Smith, and Eleanor Swanson.

In this issue, read work by writers from the United States, Australia, Canada, India, and Costa Rica: Vandana Sharma, Tori Grant Wellhouse, Teresa Sutton, Steve Lambert, Stephanie Roberts, Sandy Smith, Sandra Shaw Homer, Sandra J. Lindow, Sally Toner, Rob Cook, Rob Carney, Richard Martin, Noriko Nakada, Mickey May, Michelle McMillan-Holifield, Mary Rogers-Grantham, Linda H.Y. Hegland, Kathy Bailey, Karline Koehler, Kahlan Ruzicka, Julia Travers, Joshua H. Baker, Jim Larson, Jeannie E. Roberts, Jan Chronister, James Mele, Erin Stevens, Emily House, Diane Raven, Diane Cruze, Craig Barker, Connor Drexler, Chaya Bhuvaneswar, Catherine Leonardson, Beth Peterson, and Annie Blake.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Number 4, October 2017

The Tishman Review is a quarterly literary journal of short fiction, poetry, art, creative nonfiction, and craft talk: book reviews, interviews with authors and artists, and craft essays. The October 2017 issue deals with themes of aging, love, motherhood, the Holocaust, autumn, and Led Zepplin among others. Contributors also include Cody Kucker, Dom Fonce, Linda Lamenza, Cameron Morse, Ray Keifetz, Rebecca Fishow, Louis Arthur Norton, Y.L. Fein, Diana Clarke, Lisa Lebduska, Megan Dausch, James Scruton, Nicole Yurcaba, Garrison Botts, Mitchell Untch, Jim Gustafson, and others with cover art by Carol Wellart.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 13, 2017

Issue 13 of True Story features Erica Berry's "Beasts among Us." On a trip to rural Wisconsin, the epicenter of werewolf sightings in the US, Erica Berry searches for the elusive Beast of Bray Road and the local author whose stories have helped keep the legend alive. Do werewolves and other supernatural creatures exist, or do they just haunt our imaginations?

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