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In this issue: Jack Carr, Alma Katsu, Jske Tapper, Steena Holmes, Lee Goldberg, and Rhys Bowen.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 57 Number 2, Spring 2018

Words Without Borders, the online magazine for international literature founded in 2003, has launched its fifteenth anniversary with the publication of a special issue, “The World Through the Eyes of Writers: Celebrating Fifteen Years.”

It’s Issue 100 and we've got poetry from Matthew Byrne and C. G. Thompson; fiction from John Gabriel Adkins, Carolyn A. Drake, Kimberly Kaufman, and Alyn Spector; and cover art from Kerry Cole—all on the theme of Happy Endings.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 9, Spring 2018 online

The Spring 2018 issue features a conversation between Leni Zumas and Alexis M. Smith, an interview with Shankar Narayan, prose from from Keya Mitra, Heather Jacobs, Dave Roth, and Sharon Hashimoto, and poetry from Nikkita Oliver, Rich Smith, and Mercedes Lawry.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 240, April 19 2018

"Mt. Adams at Mar Vista" by Gwen E. Kirby

This issue features poetry and fiction from 18 writers, and a review of poetry collection Jack Tar’s Lady Parts by Charles Rammelkamp.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Number 1, Spring 2018

Poetry and Prose edited by Lan Samantha Chang.

"Underwood" featuring work by Marge Barrett, Susanne Braham, Bob Canuel, Sharon Charde, Jo Angela Edwins, Vern Fein, Robert René Galván, Anna Lagattuta, Clif Mason, Barb Reynolds, Brad Rose, Jonathan Shipley, Tiare Snow, Doug Van Hooser, Gerald Wagoner, and Eryk Wenziak.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 126 Number 2, Spring 2018

CHOICE takes a probing look at how we individually come to the decision to move. Both established and emerging writers and poets share stories that travel the globe, from Singapore to El Salvador. Featuring: K. Eltinaé, Cassandra Smolcic, Sonia Landman, Henri Bensussen, Yuan Changming, and Kim Young Jin.

Les Murray, Linda Bierds, Lily Hoang, Hanif Abdurraqib, Susan Bernofsky, Alison Hawthorne Deming

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2018 online

“Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” Meet the Tolstoyesque “Unhappy Families” in Asymptote’s Spring 2018 edition, each with its own dazzling specificity. Korean Fiction Feature with work by Lee Chang-dong, Koh Jongsok, Ha Seong-nan, and more

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2018 online

The April issue of Bull & Cross delivers three wonderful tales from Tim Clark, Marcus Vance, and Thomas M. McDade! Grab a soda and enjoy these fun stories of Catholic rat-finks, space hobos, and saintly car thieves!

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10, Spring 2018

CONSEQUENCE magazine’s 10th anniversary issue features work by women who write about war. CONSEQUENCE is the international literary magazine addressing the culture and consequences of war. We publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, and visual art annually in the spring.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 3, Spring 2018

Witness. New Writing by Sheri Benning, Su Chenette, Robert Hilles. Artwork by Rajni Perera.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2018 online

It's National Poetry Month, and this new issue is packed to the brim with new poems from Lisa Panepinto, Brigit Young, Heather Johnson, Joshua Lindenbaum, Kyndall Flowers and Julian Randall.

In our latest issue, bestselling essayist Samantha Irby discusses writing about sickness and hardship to make people laugh, and Gabriela Denise Frank’s hybrid essay recounts the discovery of her womanhood through the music of Guns N’ Roses. We also spoke with Winter 2017 contributor C. Kubasta (“Them & Us & We”) about her new poetry book Of Covenants.


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