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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1,2018

Family Secrets. Featuring new fiction by Maggie de Vries, and an interview with Scaachi Koul.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2017-2018

The Capra Review Spring 2018 issue is live, featuring new stories from writers Adam Gnuse, Susan V. Meyers, Bill Schillaci, Mary E. Wood, and Ann E. Wallace. In our Art section, we present the photo series “Shop Owners,” by Brazilian photographer João Castellano along with an interview. On our cover is New York artist Natalie Frank's "All Fur III.

The Blues Edition

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 29, February 2018 online

The Fib Review Issue #29 has been posted to the Muse-Pie Press site. This issue features new and returning poets from Australia, France, New Zealand, Philipines, South Korea, the UK and the US.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, March 2018 online

The 3rd issue of Figure 1 is up online. Featuring vibrant work from Elena Oriana Blum Jensen, Herve Yves Comeau, Denise Jarrott, Devon Balwit, John Sibley Williams, Ally Young, Lillian-Yvonne Bertram, Mary Ann Honaker, Jane Wong, Cortney Lamar Charleston, & Alyssandra Tobin. We’re so excited to be featuring their brilliant voices!

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 28 Number 1, Winter 2018

Featuring the Canada 150 Contest Winners

February is like a polar bear hug—it's uncomfortably cold and you're worried it might be getting ready to kill you. Our ninety-eighth issue is here to keep you company. Let Neal Lipschutz take you on a contemplative "Last Bus Ride." Ponder the mysterious "Man in Front of Our House" with Robert Sharp. Have a sensuous encounter with Hannah V. Warren's "Beautiful Mite" and relearn Classical philosophy with Frances Klein's "Socrates the Frog." Discover a rose is a rose is a samurai courtesy of Stefan Keller.

The latest issue (#33) of the travel-themed literary magazine Lowestoft Chronicle features work by Rob Dinsmoor, Glen Donaldson, Joan Frank, Katie Frankel, Sharon Frame Gay, Jean L. Kreiling, David Macpherson, Don Noel, Owen Traylor, and Gene Twaronite. Plus, an interview with Sheldon Russell, author of the critically acclaimed Hook Runyon mystery series.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 238, February 15 2018

"The King of the Animals" by Josh Russell

This issue features poetry from 18 writers, as well as a review of A Fire Without Light by Darren C. Demaree.

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

Salt Hill 40 “is full of stitches on fresh cuts… proceed with caution.” Featuring poetry by Randy Blythe, Amie Zimmerman, and more; fiction by Matthew Baker, Chase Burke, and Tim Raymond; non-fiction by Ashley Campbell, Theo Greenblatt, Laura June Topolsky, and Savannah Wingo; art by Brian Kanagaki and Miles Tickler.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, Spring 2018
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2018 online

Apofenie's Winter Issue is devoted to contemporary Ukrainian literature in translation. It is important to celebrate Ukraine's literary culture, especially in a time of war and overdue reforms. The national anthem is based on a poem written in 1862 - undoubtedly, the soul of Ukraine is the soul of a poet.

Wang Anyi - Her Own Shanghai: 2017 Winner of the Newman Prize for Chinese Literature

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 4, February 2018 online

This issue offers a lot of great writing, including pieces by Mark Young, Mercedes Lawry, Eileen Tabios, Stephen Middleton, Nigel Ford, A. J. Huffman, Holly Day, William Ogden Haynes, Gareth Culshaw, Michael T. Smith, Jeff Bagato, Walter Ruhlmann, Steve Timm, Darren Demaree, John Grey, Christopher Barnes, Marc Bradley, Simon Perchik, Lawrence Upton, and Annie Blake.


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