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BPR is a national literary arts journal of poetry and reviews. Allison Joseph is the Featured Poet for issue #42; new poems by Joseph, an interview with her, and an essay about her poetry appear in the Featured Poet section. Other poets in the issue include Dora Malech, David Bottoms, Sally Ball, Alan Michael Parker, and Gary Soto, among many others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2015 online
In this issue: interviews with some amazing people, including Ellen Jovin, who is learning 19 different languages in her hometown, NYC; incredible adventures, like those of the Turner Twins who rowed 41 days across open ocean, and trekked for two weeks through Greenland; and of course, some sexy stories from girls and boys all over the world.
This issue is packed with several author interviews, features, reviews and so much more, from Marky Ramone, MJ Rose, Jack Higgins, Mark Greaney, Glen Erik Hamilton, Eric Giacometti and Jacques Ravenne, and C.S. Harris.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 13, Spring/Summer 2015
Structo issue 13 features eight short stories, 14 poems, a piece of creative non-fiction, and two interviews—one a conversation with the Icelandic novelist Sjón and the second a dialogue between Faber New Poets Zaffar Kunial and Will Burns.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 93, 2015
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 1, Spring 2015 online
"The Contest Issue." Featuring Roy Bentley, Kerry Barner, Julia Blake, Ace Boggess, Mark Connelly, Darren C. Demaree, Allen Forrest, James Hanna, Gavin Van Horn, Gregory Koop, Sandra Kolankiewicz, Amy Krohn, Sarah Lilius, Brandon Marlon, Michael McGuire, Marlene Olin, Gregg Orifici, Arthur Plotnik, Jan Ramming, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Robert Joe Stout, Jay Todd, Krista Varela, Cady Vishniac and Kathryn Watterson.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 28, 2015
Louisiana Literature 32.1 is a special All-Prose issue of the journal featuring work by Tennessee Williams Festival Short Fiction Prize winner Christine Fadden, Robert Kostuck, Richard Louth, and R.T. Smith. The issue also includes representative work from the Summer 2014 New Orleans Writing Marathon.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 33, 2015
The usual mixture of strong long stories by American writers (and in this case one foreign writer), a few poems and an editorial prelude that uses Matthew Arnold's "best know and said" touchstone to comment on today's world.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2015
This issue of Ekphrasis features several poems based on art works related to the sea, a universal theme for art and poetry. This volume contains poems by noted ekphrastic poets such as Andrew Miller, Joseph Stanton, George Looney and Heather H. Thomas, among others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 131, Spring 2015
This issue features writing from: Malcolm Friend, Laura Glenn, E. A. M. Harris, Monique Kluczykowski, Ann Matthews, Jane Molinary, Sue Spiers, Brendan Todt, Melissa Tombro & Sally Vogl with cover art by David Hall.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Number 1, Spring 2015 online
Our relationships with people and places are often foggy, with edges appearing and disappearing as we meet and love, visit and move. Scratchboard art by Nance O'Banion and stories from two different Americans living in China are featured alongside poems and stories about courtship, memory, family, and childhood.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9, Spring 2015
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 20, Spring 2015
Featuring, among other things, poems by Billy Collins, Sally Van Doren, Kathryn Simmonds and Lisa Bickmore, stories by Hilary Fannin and Nigel Jarrett, the Ballymaloe Poetry Prize shortlist and interviews with Colin Barrett and Roddy Doyle.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 101, Spring 2015
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