- Linked Title HEArt Online
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date October/November 2017
This month we've got poems on poems on poems by Bruce Alford, Antonio Lopez, Safia Elhillo, Diamond Forde, and Sarah Byrne.
- Linked Title The Sewanee Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 125 Number 4, Fall 2017
Volume 102 Number 2, 2017, contains four essays, five stories, and nine pieces of poetry. This represents the first collaboration of new Editor-in-Chief Greg Brownderville, Managing Editor Preston Hutcherson, and Editor-at-Large Joe Milazzo.
- Linked Title Vallum
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 14 Number 2, 2017
Lies & Duplicity. Featuring poetry by John Kinsella, Mary Jo Bang, Susan Gillis, David Eso, Elisa Gabbert, and more. Plus a conversation with poet Rae Armantrout and an excerpt from upcoming chapbook by Bhanu Kapil.
- Linked Title Jersey Devil Press
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date October 2017
In this issue: R.W.W. Greene shows what happens when things change in a surprisingly relatable science fiction tale, while Tushar Jain tells the story of a guy who literally has no boundaries. Poet Alex Ledford plays clever word games, and Maureen Daniels is bringin' the fantastic imagery in verse. Plus radioactive feline cover art from Jon Snoek.
- Linked Title Midway Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Issue 4, October 2017
In this issue, Ron MacLean, Jhon Sanchez, Jennifer Anderson, Pamela Gay, D. Dina Friedman and more!
- Linked Title Peeking Cat Poetry
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Anthology 2017
The wait is over: read poetry, flash fiction and photography from 71 contributors in the annual Peeking Cat Anthology!
- Linked Title PULP Literature
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 16, Autumn 2017
KC Dyer's "The River"; Erin Kirsh, Oak Morse, Rina Piccolo, FJ Bergmann, Brandon Crilly, Patrick Bollivar
- Linked Title Slice
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 21, Fall 2017/Winter 2018
SLICE aims to spark conversations you might not otherwise hear. In #21, established voices and rising stars explore the theme Panic through stories, essays, poetry, and interviews. Interviews with Mohsin Hamid, Joanna Scott, Garrard Conley, and Laura Lippman. Includes a multilingual story stitched together by writers from around the world.
- Linked Title Thrice Fiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 20, August 2017
Thrice Fiction completes its 6th year with the usual suspects and new writers making their debut. From the surreal to the traditional. Every story generates original art from a cast of artists from around the world.
- Linked Title Hippocampus Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date October 2017
This month’s issue features new nonfiction, including “Economics of Loss” by Shamae Budd, “Vienne Sausage and Such” by Chris Carbaugh, “Live by the Sword,” by Cameron Gearen, “Gradually, Then Suddenly” by Tim Hillegonds, “My Mother at George Jensen” by John A. McDermott, “A Paean to Change” by Ed Nugent, and more.
- Linked Title One Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 232, September 2017
"A Month on Greene Street" by Tom Hanks
- Linked Title Talking Writing
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall 2017
From Phnom Penh to Charlotte to Brooklyn and beyond, Talking Writing explores our world in these difficult modern times in the eight nonfiction pieces out now in "Truth-telling," TW's Fall 2017 issue.
- Linked Title decomP
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date September/October 2017
Our latest issue features new work by Daniel Aristi, Ella Bartlett, Daniel Biegelson, dezireé a. brown, Rob Cook, Justin Davis, Will Donnelly, Chris Haven, Dan Huston, Kim Magowan, Aram Mrjoian, Dustin Pearson, and Katy Reedy.
- Linked Title 3Elements Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 16, Fall 2017
This issue’s work is based on the three elements: peppermint, breach, and scale.
- Linked Title Chinese Literature Today
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 1, 2017
CLT v6n1 features the official English translation of Jia Pingwa’s famous once-banned novel, Ruined City; an in-depth look at Shi Tiesheng’s sensitive writings on disability; the musings of Qiu Xiaolong’s poetry-writing detective; Zheng Xiaoqiong’s poetry and fiction from the migrant worker perspective; and the work of Professor Christopher Lupke.