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Apalacheee Review’s latest issue includes a special Protest Poetry section, featuring work by Michael Rothenberg, Rob Cook, and Barbara Crooker. Additionally, the new edition presents prose and poetry by Yolanda Franklin, Sandra Chavez Johnson, Shawna Ervin, Joseph Eastburn, and others. Finally, Jay Snodgrass’ art is featured on the cover and inside.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 46, Autumn 2017

Issue 46 of Crannóg magazine contains 100 pages of fiction and poetry, including 11 short stories and 34 poems and an author interview, The Crannóg Questionnaire, with Poet and fiction writer Mary O'Donnell. For more details and further material visit our website.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 28, November 2017 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date October 2017 online

Our October edition of Edify Fiction is now available online in both flipbook and downloadable PDF format. This issue includes a new monthly column, authored by M. Sakran. And, as always, there is great writing and art. We hope you enjoy it!

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 54 Number 4, October 2017

Our Lineage of Damage: Anne Enright's Family Fictions

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 70 Number 3, Autumn 2017

Literature of the Sea: A.E. Stallings "Shipwreck is Everywhere"

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 28, Summer/Fall 2017 online

Our Views series returns with an interview of Edwidge Danticat by Natalie Mesnard, and our poetry section is packed with poetry from Hadara Bar-Nadav, Charlie Clark, Monica Ferrell, Gary Jackson, Brionne Janae, Dora Malech, Eric Pankey, Hai-Dang Phan, Molly Spencer, Jermaine Thompson, Yanyi, and more. Fiction by Lorie Broumand, Lee Conell, Sonya Larson, Michael Martone, and Jane Renaud.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 22, Fall 2017

Feature: Of Essays and Exes

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 223, October 2017

"Are You Mine and No One Else's?" by Danny Lorberbaum

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 16, November 2017 online

Radar Poetry presents the 4th annual Coniston Prize issue, featuring our winner, Emily Viggiano Saland, selected by Dorothea Lasky. Also find this year's finalists: Katie Bickham, Chelsea Dingman, Jacqueline He, Nicole Rollender, and Emily Van Kley, their poems paired with artwork by Cole Caswell, Sonja Dahl, Jovencio de la Paz, Karine Léger, Jovi Schnell, Ashley Valmere, and Jin Zhu.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, November 2017 online

This issue of Riggwelter contains poetry, short fiction, visual art and experimental media by: Ruth Aylett, Charlotte Begg, Gershon Ben-Avraham, Pat Berryhill, Benjamin Brindise, Louisa Campbell, Seth Crook, Violet Dahl, David Dobson, Howie Good, Sheila Hamilton, Ceinwen Haydon, Jonathan Humble, Rudy Koshar, Sharon Larkin, Paige Leland, Maggie Mackay, and more.

“Rear-view Mirror”

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


Featuring a review of Guidebook to Relative Strangers; poetry by Elizabeth Ehrlich, Kindall Fredricks, Heather Hutcheson, Sharon Kunde, Sarah Lilius, Julia Lisella, Christina Lloyd, Caroline Plasket, Mariana Sierra, Daryl Sznyter, Magdelawit M. Tesfaye, Cammy Thomas, Shubha Venugopal; nonfiction by Katrina Hays; art by Sooo-z Mastropietro; and fiction by KB Carle.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date October 2017 online

The October issue of Bull & Cross includes three excellent stories from Brianna Fenty, Mark Blickley, and the remarkable Cate McGowan. Grab a hot apple cider and spend some your lunch break with a prisoner, a widow, and a classroom full of dead frogs!

"The Fossil Record"

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 1, Fall 2017
Founded in 1975 by Evalyn Pierpoint GIll and dedicated to her idea that "the world will be a better place as we cross language barriers to hear the voice of the poet in different countries," International Poetry Review features poems from contemporary writers in all languages. In this special double issue: 30 poets in 14 languages and a selection of essays contextualizing the poets' work.
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