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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Numbers 1&2, Summer 2017

This issue features winners and finalists from our 2017 poetry and fiction contest. This year's poetry winner, chosen by Angela Ball, is Bess Cooley for her poem "On the Chicago River." This year's fiction winner, chosen by Steve Barthelme, is Sarah Hulyk Maxwell for her story "Clown Brain Tea."

This issue opens with an essay on the opera adaptation of Charles Frazier’s Cold Mountain. The issue boasts poetry by Betty Adcock, James Applewhite, Kathryn Stripling Byer, Fred Chappell, and Robert Morgan, and interviews with Clyde Edgerton, Michael Gottïng, Matthew Griffin, and Garth Risk Hallberg. Full table of contents at our website.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 22 Issue 1, Summer/Fall 2017

Kick back with Issue 91. It's got tricksy wordplay and trusty appliances. It has short-form sci-fi poetry. It also has a tentacular Christmas story, because we don't adhere to society's rigid and confining seasonal norms. And remember: in space, no one can hear you float.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45, Summer 2017

A defiant wife invites her husband’s younger lover to the beach. A French Resistance fighter survives Auschwitz but loses her sister. A group of stragglers builds a giant fire as they wait the end of the world. New work in poetry and prose by Kelly Cherry, James Croal Jackson, Sunnylyn Thibodeaux and more!

The latest issue features writing that utilizes the three elements: Temple, Visitation, and Yard Sale.

This issue features fresh new stories from writers Jesse Falzoi, Benjamin Soileau, Jill Dearman, Toti O'Brien, Charlotte Hammond, and Evan McMurry. In our Art section, we present “The Long Ride Home: The African American Cowboy Experience in America” by Ron Tarver and a short documentary film, Legacy by Amy J. Wright.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9, Spring 2017
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 27, July 2017 online

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

National Poetry Month issue

Poetry and flash fiction from 19 writers, and a review of Everything Becomes a Poem by James W. Gaynor.

Angelology. Poems 30 words & fewer.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, June 2017 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, June 2017 online

Treasure issue with writing, comics, and other gems from Tamas Dobozy, Theo Ellsworth, Albert Goldbarth, Geetha Iyer, Chris Knapp, Ruth Madievsky, Tony Mancus, Lucy Schiller, Michael Sheehan, Beth Steidle, Joni Tevis, Matthew Vollmer, and Adam Tipps Weinstein.

One Person's Trash launched on May 22nd publishing prose and poetry on homelessness in cheaply made chapbook size journals. About 200 were sold throughout Tacoma WA by panhandlers with them keeping the proceeds. Writers include Seth Ruderman, Dah, Tricia Knoll, Phillip Larrea, Elle Mott, Ahrend Torrey and more.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Number 2, Summer 2017
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 41, June 2017

In this issue, Doug Holder interviews poet Joyce Peseroff about her work and friendship with Jane Kenyon and Donald Hall, as well as her experience with Alice James Books. There is poetry by Marge Piercy, Ted Kooser, Kathleen Spivack, Brendan Galvin, and others.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 110, Summer 2017
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