NewPages Magazine Stand Archive
More recent issues of literary magazines
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- Linked Title Bull & Cross
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date December 2018
The December issue of Bull & Cross delivers three great stories from Mark Blickley, Winston Plowes, and Steve Passey. Grab an eggnog and enjoy these intriguing tales of letter-writing soldiers, paper-thin husbands, and marketing for the homeless!
- Linked Title The Citron Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2018
This issue features work by Clara Burghelea, M. Nasorri Pavone, Simon Perchik, Victoria Buitron, Susan Eve Haar, Kerry Graham, Linda G. White, Francine Witte, Andrea Marcusa, Tara Isabel Zambrano, Dakota Canon, and Christopher Gaumer. This issue features work by Clara Burghelea, M. Nasorri Pavone, Simon Perchik, Victoria Buitron, Susan Eve Haar, Kerry Graham, Linda G. White, Francine Witte, Andrea Marcusa, Tara Isabel Zambrano, Dakota Canon, and Christopher Gaumer.
- Linked Title The Critical Flame
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 57, November-December 2018
Featuring Valerie Duff on Ilya Kaminsky and Shane McCrae, Kathryn Weld on Gillian Cummings, Heidi Seaborn in conversation with Martin Ott, and more.
- Linked Title december magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 29 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2018
60th Anniversary Issue
- Linked Title The Hollins Critic
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 55 Number 5, December 2018
Schrodinger's Storyteller: The Work of Ruth Ozeki
- Linked Title JONAH magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 2019
Barbara Biles, Annabelle Blomeley, Louise Carson, Patrick Dobson, Sarah D’Stair, David Franke, Mark C. Hull, Margaret Miller, Suchoon Mo, and Michael Robins.
- Linked Title Southern Poetry Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 56 Number 1, 2018
- Linked Title Lowestoft Chronicle
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 36, Winter 2018
The Winter edition (#36) of the trendy travel-themed literary magazine Lowestoft Chronicle features stories by Sharon Frame Gay, Joe Giordano, Dan Morey, Phillip Parotti, and Richard Charles Schaefer, poetry by Matt Mason and Valerie Nieman, and creative nonfiction by Judy S. Richardson, Simone Tropea, and Gail Tyson. Plus, Carol Smallwood interviews James Sale, and Nicholas Litchfield interviews Matthew P. Mayo, a recent winner of the prestigious Spur Award and Wrangler Award. Read it at our website.
- Linked Title One Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 247, November 2018
"Persistence" by Christopher Santantasio
- Linked Title Pedestal Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 83, December 2018
18 Year Anniversary Issue
- Linked Title A Public Space
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 27, 2018
This is an issue of thinking about language, and its resilience. It starts with a gateway and ends with a gateway, as open ended and sovereign as a stroll. Language baffles. It defines, and stretches. Ever evolving in its intimacies and celebrations; in its resistance to intentions of its demise. Featuring work by Amy Leach, Mónica de la Torre, Marilyn Hacker, Lea Carpenter, John Haskell, the 2018 A Public Space Fellows, and more.
- Linked Title PULP Literature
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 21, Winter 2019
Featuring Evelyn Lau's "Once Upon a Time . . . "
- Linked Title Right Hand Pointing
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 129, December 2018
"The Last Wave" issue is out. Contributing: Hugh Anderson, Marsha Burke, Wendy Taylor Carlisle, William Cullen Jr., b.s. dixon, Toni G., Brigid Hannon, Ted Jean, DS Maolalai, Margo Mensing, Corey Mesler, Alan Perry, Brad Rose, Don Thompson, and Cyril Wong.
- Linked Title Room
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 4, 2018
Emergence. CNF and Short Forms Contest Winners.
- Linked Title The Asian American Literary Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall/Winter 2018
AALR's latest issue, History, Place, Presence: A Special Issue Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of Asian Arts Initiative, is a formally hybrid book arts experiment that combines a look back across the Philly-based organization Asian Arts Initiative's 25-year history, a meditation on its influence locally and nationally, and a reflection on socially engaged Asian American art making. Guest-edited by Lena Sze, the issue features pop-up art, a mixtape flash drive, essays by David Mura and Ryan Wong, and an interview with AAI founder Gayle Isa.