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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2018
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2018

"Open This Side"

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8 Number 79, Spring 2018

This issue features essays and commentary by Peter Babiak, Charles Campbell, Aaron Chapman, and David Spaner; poetry by Kirsten Pendreigh, Erin Kirsh, Brian O’Neill and Aldona Dziedziejko; fiction from Zsuzsi Gartner, Martin West, Will Richter and Chelene Knight; opinion pieces by Natasha Sanders-Kay, Judith Penner, and Melody Hessing; plus the Crank & File column from Matthew Firth.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Number 4, Summer 2018

Summer Reading. Featuring Ursula K. Le Guin and Yusef Komunyakaa

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, Summer 2018

"Curbside" issue. Who do you meet, down on the street? Side ally scam, and doorway romance. Drinking with friends on the hood of a car. All this and more in stories of 50 words from Jayne Martin, Gay Degani, Catfish McDaris, Howie Good, and other very talented writers.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2018

with Richard Manning

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 70, Spring 2018

Conjunctions:70, Sanctuary gathers fiction, poetry, and narrative nonfiction that explore the myriad ways in which we go about preserving what might otherwise be forfeited. Contributions include an excerpt of Diane Ackerman’s first novel, an exclusive interview with Richard Powers, and new work from Julia Elliott, Mauro Javier Cardenas, Nam Le, and more.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Numbers 1&2, Winter/Spring 2018
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 33, Spring 2018

This year's submission theme was "perspective." This issue also features an interview with Sue Clancy of Vancouver, Washington who submitted to our Dis(covering) Ability submission call. The journal is filled with Travel Cafe submissions for this year's "bliss" theme. I hope you enjoy the largest journal that SCJ has published, to date!

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 49 Issue 1, April 2018

The Rural Experience - 20th Anniversary Issue

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date May 2018 online

The May issue of Bull & Cross delivers three fantastic stories from Christine Taylor, J.R. Night, and Dave Gregory! Grab an iced coffee and dive into these tales of missing fathers, the devious dead, and a pair of eighteen-dollar shoes!

These works from undergraduates across the US and Canada explore common life themes, such as love, family, and grief, in forms that suggest hope, progression, and growth. From Jade Riordan’s "The Catrographer’s Fingerprints" to "Everything Grieves" by Brooke Gundersen, there is resonance and dissonance among these common threads.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 116, 2018

Open Issue

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 22, Spring 2018
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 169, May 2018 online

South Korea: Finding the Soul in Seoul

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2018 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 84 Numbers 2&3, 2018

Volume 84 Numbers 2 & 3 include photographs by Gloria Baker Feinstein, interviews with two poets— Michelle Boisseau and H.C. Palmer, poetry by Fleda Brown, an essay review on the lore of Jackalope by Carolyn Wright and an essay by Conger Beasley Jr., plus the 2017 New Letters Literary Award winners.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40, 2018

For our 40th anniversary, we encouraged submitters to highlight the current unique social & political climate of 2017-2018. The work we selected not only highlights this fact, but also showcases entertaining, thought-provoking, and forward thinking writing and art. Our edition includes interviews with the renowned poet and translator, Gail Wronsky, and also novelist and filmmaker, Chris Kraus.


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