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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Number 4, Summer 2017

New writing by: Meghan Bell, Lorna Crozier, and Sarah Yi-Mei Tsiang. Artwork by Adrian Cox

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date August 2017 online

The Victorian Mash-Up Special Issue is ready for your perusal with work by Julia Patt, Dan Morey, and Jen Fawkes!

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2017 online

"RESIST" issue featuring new poetry by Alina Stefanescu, Grace Ocasio, W. Luther Jett, Babo Kamel, and others.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 83 Number 4, 2017

New Letters Volume 83 Number 4 features new writing by John Balaban, Kelly Cherry, Gary Young, Steve Paul, Michael Pritchett, B.H. Fairchild, Rosellen Brown and many others. Calder Kamin’s Plastic Plant series provides color artwork for the issue along with photographs by Cynthia Beard.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, Summer 2017

Novel excerpts from Brenda Carre and JM Landels; short fiction from Charity Tahmaseb, AM Soto, Susan Pieters, and Adam Golub; a Seven Swans novella from Mel Anastasiou, the winners of the Bumblebee Contest; poetry from Nicholas Christian, Benjamin Hertwig, and Jenny Blackford; and a stunning cover by S. Ross Browne.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 195-196, Summer-Fall 2017

Better Living Through TV

“Stand by the Gate.” Wendy Taylor Carlisle, Catherine Carter, Sudhanshu Chopra, H.W. Day, Howie Good, H. Edgar Hix, James Croal Jackson, Melissa Fite Johnson, Anna Kahn, Melanie Klein, Matthew Kosinski, Genevieve Leone, Sean J Mahoney, Brad Rose, Scott Stoller, Larry D. Thomas, Barbara E. Young.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date July/August 2017 online

Our latest issue features new work by Michael Alvarez, Chris Antzoulis, Gabriel Congdon, Nandini Dhar, Beth Gordon, Drew Knapp, Daniel Lawless, Tara Mae Mulroy, Lee Sennish, Stephen Silke, Elias Siqueiros, Andrew Tortora, and Paul-Victor Winters.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 2, August 2017 online

Our “After the Fire” issue. Welcoming Featured Poet Darren C. Demaree and our first Fire Folio, featuring selections from Nomi Stone's "Stranger's Notebook" (Northwestern University Press/TriQuarterly 2008), the second issue of Fire Poetry Journal includes poems by Devon Balwit, Amy Baskin, Tammy Bendetti, Sarah Bigham, Martha Bove, Sarah Kernsey, Toti O'Brien, and Sarah Vandervennet.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 27 Number 105, Summer 2017

Wholesome Reading

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 70 Number 2, Summer 2017

Biographical Essay: "Outlaw: George Eliot" by Lyndall Gordon

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 230, July 2017

"Bayou" by Bryan Washington

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 125 Number 3, Summer 2017

Summer 2017 includes "Getting Good," an essay on the writing life by Pulitzer-Prize winner Richard Russo; "The Old Masters," a story by 2017 Guggenheim Fellow Alexander Maksik; poetry from Anders Carlson-Wee and William Logan, and essays and other fiction. Subscribe today!

Arc's 2017 Poem of the Year Lights Up. Fan Wu gives a filial response to Anne Carson. Jim Johnstone drinks with saints, and Jennifer Zilm names our muses.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, July 2017 online

Embark is a literary journal designed for novelists, featuring the openings of novels by both published and aspiring authors. For the first issue—featuring Elizabeth Bell, Sean Griffith, Judith Haran, Derek Heckman, Margo Orlando Littell, Bill Mesce, Jeffrey Perso, Jo-Anne Rosen, Marian Szczepanski, and Shannon Connor Winward— please visit our website.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 93, Summer 2017

Life in the Dark: The Film Issue

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Summer 2017 online

Minute Magazine has released its inaugural issue, Issue 1, brimming with fresh and electric poetry, prose, and artwork that examines life on a microscopic scale. Issue 1 contains work by Devon Balwit, Linda M. Crate, Grace Qing, Lana Bella, Amber Tran, Michael E. Woods, Dimas Warsito, and many more.


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