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More recent issues of literary magazines

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Number 2, Spring 2015
Our ninth issue, nicknamed "As Body Is to Fetish," features gender, sex, and self-knowledge, with dumb affairs and smart satire, plains queens and raking kings, dead celebrities and gods, video chat and tennis, Chernobyl and Medevac, silk pantaloons, sign-language erasures, and the best otter of the year.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Numbers 185 - 186, Winter-Spring 2015
50th Anniversary - Best of Salmagundi Volume 1
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 56, Spring 2015
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 12 Number 14, March 2015
"The Pole of Cold" by Erika Krouse
Heavy Feather Review is a literary and arts biannual. HFR 4.1 features winning poetry chapbook Facts about Snakes & Hearts by Flower Conroy (selected by Kristina Marie Darling); writing by Adrian Van Young, F. Daniel Rzciznek, Knar Gavin, Colin Winnette, Alexis Almeida, Jim Daniels, Chelsea Laine Wells; art by Kevin Hooyman and Matt Kish; and contributions from many others.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 52, Spring 2015
New Fiction
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 2, 2015
Work from Stephen Cooper (John Fante biographer), the legendary Dwight Yates (Bring Everybody), a chapter from Vicki Forman (This Lovely Life), ribald hilarity by LA’s Benjamin Weissman (Dear Dead Person), animal post-apocalypse from Alisa Slaughter (Bad Habitats), LA Times critic David L. Ulin, poet David Hernandez, novelist Mark Maxwell (nixoncarver).
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 6, Spring 2015
Raven Contest winner Krista Wallace had to write a story to match the cover art . . . blood was involved. Stories and poems by Laura Kostur, FJ Bergmann, Kate Austin, Tobi Cogswell, Ev Bishop, Kris Sayer, JM Landels, Susan Pieters, and flash fiction gems from master of the genre, Bob Thurber.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 14, 2015 online
Scott Silsbe has a story called “Hanky Panky” after the Tommy James hit. Also, our ad stories are in their second week in Google's ad network. We're racking up the impressions (and clicks). People are finding these tiny stories!
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 1 Issue 3, Winter 2015
The Winter issue of the Maine Review features writing by contest winners Judith Green and Erica Bartlett, and poetry by Susanna Brougham, Leigh Donaldson, and several other gifted poets.  An essay by Mara Buck and a short story by Tina Wagner-Mattern head the list of finely crafted prose.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, Winter 2015
An issue exploring Southern isolation via experimentation. Featuring a piercing essays on vaping culture and pessimism, a fictional time-warping confession from a tormented brother, poetry by Daniel Pujol, an interlocked sequence of sonnets by Matthew Truslow, thoughts from a roaming Jessica Kennedy. Art by Robert Scobey.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 84, Spring 2015
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 19, Spring 2015
With spectacular (and controversial) cover art, the BODY issue is a collage of poetry, prose, and children’s lit that address the body’s myriad forms, functions, flaws, roles in culture, memory, and understanding of SELF. Featuring tattoos by one of NYC’s finest tattoo artists, and the winners of our four contests.
Issue 14 of Farrago's Wainscot, an online journal of fiction and poetry in the literary weird mode, has been released, featuring fiction by Paul Jessup, Romie Stott, Willow Fagan, and Bonnie Jo Stufflebeamas well as poetry by Bruce Bond, Robert Lunday, Joelle Jameson, and Brian Glaser.

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