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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 17, February 2014 online
The Fib Review Issue #17, a journal of Fibonacci poetry, has been posted to the Muse-Pie Press website. This issue emphasizes the creativity of an international community of poets who have taken the Fibonacci poem into new experimental levels.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 51 Number 1, February 2014
“Poetry saves lives!”: The Art of Ruth Stone
This issue opens with “Little Monster,” a tale of slow burning from Aida Ibisevic that will give you chills. Next up is Vajra Chandrasekera’s “By Good Angels Tenanted,” a story of two unusual sets of genitals and the people who live with them. Then the fun just keeps on keepin’ on with Christopher Cassavella, Brianna Gielow, and William Blomstedt.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 3, 2014 online
Brandi Homan has a story up at matchbook in the form of a letter from a mother to a daughter. It’s pretty intense and funny and sad all at the same time. It raises some questions even. That’s a good thing. We think anyway.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 24, Winter 2014 online
The Puritan brings you its mammoth 24th issue, along with the first-ever Puritan Supplement, “Bridging the Literary Border.” Our parent issue is filled with fantastic new fiction by Pasha Malla, Stephen Thomas, Aaron Fox-Lerner, and Patrick Roesle. It’s positively brimming with poetry by Jenny Sampirisi, Garry Thomas Morse,Alice Burdick, Jay MillAr, Sonia Di Placido, Zach Buck, and Sadie McCarney.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 1, Spring 2014 online
Red Savina Review is on the cutting edge of the NEW literature. Volume 2 Issue 1 features William Aarnes, Michelle Bonczek Evory, Brad Garber, Jeanne Lyet Gassman, Stephen Gutierrez, Len Krisak, Sandra Kolankiewicz, Sheree Mack, Sean Padraic McCarthy, Jacqueline Michaud, Steve Mitchell, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Elizabeth Kate Switaj and Robert Vivian.
In this month’s issue, we have some hard-hitting Masters Of Suspense that will have you curled up in bed reading their books. Jeffery Deaver, Allison Brennan, C.J. Box, Steven Saylor, Allan Leverone, Steven L. Shrewsbury, and B.J. Daniels all have exclusive interviews and insights into their books.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 27 Number 1, Spring 2014
In the Spring 2014 issue you’ll find fiction by Bipin Aurora, Elvis Bego, Heidi Diehl, David Driscoll, and Sarah Strickley; poetry by Amaranth Borsuk, Peter Burghardt, Joseph Chapman, A.E. Clark, Peter Covino, and more.
Alberto Barrera Tyszka’s witty tale of infidelity keeps readers on the edge of their seats. And Israel Centeno sets a torrid affair against the country’s history of violence. The other writers in the issue include Milagros Socorro, Maria Auxiliadora Álvarez, Victoria de Stefano, Ana Teresa Torres, Yolanda Pantin, Eduardo Sánchez Rugeles, and Rafael Cadenas.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 1, Winter/Spring 2014
Melusine’s 11th issue features work by Marcia Arrieta, Jillian Blackwell, Anne Champion, Sara Biggs Chaney, Barbara Daniels, Hanna Elson, Karen An-hwei Lee, Jyothsnaphanija, Joannie Stangeland, Heidi Therrien, Bint Arab, Johanna DeBiase, Lara Dolphin, Jennifer Falkner, Mary Therese Royal de Martinez, C. Wait and Samy Sfoggia; plus book reviews.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, Spring 2014
Feature: Beguiling Beginnings
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8, Spring 2014
Some highlights: “Sex Dream with Tour Guide” by Terri Witek, “My Mother and Her Galan de Noche” by Virgil Suárez, “The Junior Superhero Club of Tallahassee, Florida” by Katie Cortese, “How an Actress Holds a Cigarette” by Rachel Luria, art from Anita Dallar and Dmitry Borshch.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 42 Number 1, Fall 2013
This Is Not a Toy
 
ARDOR’s winter issue includes Doug Campbell’s story, Home to Laughter – winner of their flash fiction contest. Issue Four includes work by C. Wade Bentley, Patrice Boyer Claeys, Courtney Gillette, Khanh Ha, Noorulain Noor, Michelle Richards, Justin Runge, Brian Simoneau, Margaret Sessa-Hawkins, Morgan Thomas, Ann Thompson, Gina Williams and Peter Witte.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 25, 2014 online
Atticus Review presents the “Trespassing” issue, exploring questions of space and belonging through flash, poetry and short fiction. Then on Thursday, Erica Goss and Swoon bring you the second installment of a year-long videopoetry series, “12 Moons”. Don’t miss it!
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 2, Fall 2013
Issue 4.2 brings together 19 female-identified contributors of poetry, including Jackie Clark and Amy Lawless, and prose from Emily Skillings and Jeanine Deibel. This marks our first issue for which we were able to pay all contributors for their work—a practice we'll continue with issue 5.1 thanks to a generous grant from NYSCA/CLMP.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2014 online
The March issue is now online featuring Glen Armstrong, Lyndsey Bellosa, Alison Brackenbury, Matt Bryden, Mara Buck, Sarah Claypoole, Tony Curtis, CJ Giroux, Jack Houston, Antony Mair, Michael Mark, Lisa Mullenneaux, Vincent O’Connor, Antony Owen, Gillian Prew, Paul Strohm, Sarah White. Reviews of John Agard and the anthology For Rhino in a Shrinking World.
A boy’s elocution lesson goes madly awry when a parrot decides to get fully involved. The mysterious death of a raccoon turns into a peculiar epidemic. And burglars come face to face with a strong-willed, dangerous seventy-eight-year-old woman. ISSUE #17 offers an exhilarating medley of imposing poetry and inspiring prose!
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