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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 58 Number 1, Fall 2018

For four decades, Tar River Poetry has published some of America's best-known poets alongside of established and emerging writers. Our Fortieth Anniversary issue includes work by Tina Barr, Lauren Camp, Barbara Crooker, Michael McFee, Veronica Patterson, Carrie Shipers, Michael Spence, Philip Terman, and Founding Editor Peter Makuck. Subscribe at

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 1 Issue 2, December 2018 online

Contributors include: Chris Fortunato, Michael Bracken, Michael Mallory, Robb T. White, & John H. Dromey. This issue also contains interviews with acclaimed authors Robert Kidera and Steven Harms along with book reviews of each respective author's newest work.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7, November 2018

Featuring our "Alien Letters" section, ranging from extraterrestrials to alienation; contest winners chosen by Mark Doty and Chris Abani (Christine Kalafus/Poetry and Maureen Connolly/Fiction). Finalists and semi-finalists include Sergio Troncoso, Devi Laskar, Roy Kamada, Michael Fertik, Martha Catherine Brenkle, Madeline Gilmore, Kateri Kosek, Jennifer Elmore, Landon Houle and Heidi Seaborn.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 52 Number 4, 2018
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, December 2018 online

This issue includes stunning poems by Maggie Blake Bailey, Yongyu Chen, Jari Chevalier, Ginger Hanchey, Elizabeth Hoover, Allison Hraban, Lindsay Illich, Vanessa Couto Johnson, Devin Kelly, Wang Ping, Heidi Johannesen Poon, Bo Schwabacher, Brad Trumpfheller, and A. R. Zarif. We’re also excited to present our first craft essay by Bryce Emley.

The December issue of Gemini Magazine features the winners of our Flash Fiction Contest. Leslie Anne Mcilroy took top honors with "The Old Point," set in New Orleans. Second place goes to Luke Tennis for "On Puraran Beach." Honorable mentions go to: Jacob Cockcroft, Liz Killian, N.L. Pillman, and A.C. Koch. Plus other new work by Daniel R. Snyder and Richard Kostelanetz.

The December issue of Glass is live, featuring poems by Davon Clark, Hillary Martin, James A.H. White, Emma Bolden, Hannah Rego, Lydia Brown, Tayo Omisore, Reigh, Tanya Singh, Erika Goodrich, Sarah Carey, Todd Dillard, Justin Davis, Rax King, and Sam Herschel Wein!

“Begin.” Featured photography by Jeremy Blair and Matthew Terry. Featured poetry by Steve Abbott and Barbara Young.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 34, 2018

The most recent issue of Blink-Ink is themed “Uninvited Guests”. The many talented writers represented offer quite a selection of topics. Long lost loves, unpleasant relatives, hallucinations, burglars, and more from the likes of Robert Masterson, Lynn Mundell,Gay Degani, Nancy Stohlman, Howie Good, John Sherier, and many others.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 4, 2018

In our twenty-fourth issue we find ourselves behind masks. We may hide from ourselves or from one another, and then, when something changes, we reveal a truth. Nearly all the stories in this issue are true. Found poems, mysterious paintings, dreams, and more.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 39 Volume 2, Winter 2018-19
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 17, December 2018 online

Issue No. 17 was released today with some wonderful poetry from Zeina Hashem Beck, Jason Harris, Anis Mojgani, and many more, as well as fiction and nonfiction from Erinrose Mager and Sylvia Beato, and an interview with Mia Ayumi Malhotra.

New poems by Neil Aitken, Nadia Alexis, Ivy Alvarez, Lauren Camp, Donavon Davidson, Stevie Edwards, Rebekah Miron, Nicole Rollender, Sophie Segura, and Burgi Zenhaeusern.

The new issue features poems by Michael Hettich, Keith Kopka, Meri Culp, and Susan Lilley, the prose of Nora Bonner, Randy Bates, and Jubalee Penuliar, and the photography of Carlos Miranda on the cover and frontispiece with both pictures capturing life in Nicaragua. 

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 102, Winter 2019

In Brick 102, Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky shift consciousness, Lisa Moore slides through writing’s intersections, Eden Robinson teaches Salmon 101, and Ed Pavlić traces James Baldwin’s first trip to the South. New fiction by Han Yujoo and Catherine Bush; an interview with Hallgrímur Helgason; art reviews by Alissa Valles and Heidi Sopinka; and poetry by Billy-Ray Belcourt and Lorna Crozier.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date November 2018 online

The November issue of Bull & Cross delivers three wonderful stories from Rogery Ley, Embe Charpentier, and Virginia Revel! Grab some cocoa and enjoy these fun tales of time travel, sorrow, and swear words!

Featuring fiction by Steve Amick, Sarah Blackman, and Spencer Wise; literary nonfiction by Sarah Gorham and Sarah Minor; a play by christopher oscar peña; poems by Molly McCully Brown and Susannah Nevison, Dorothy Chan, Kimberly Johnson, Amit Majmudar, Tyler Mills, and Martha Silano; and much more, including an art portfolio.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, Fall/Winter 2018 online

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