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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Number 3, 2014 online
We've got boats as metaphors, ordinary lives that are extraordinary, chairs that seem to be having a conversation, and a rubber duck that navigates the relationship between two cousins, all among a diverse and international array of poems, stories and art featuring people and things broken and mended, duality and comparisons.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2014 online
If you don’t know what a Tantric Chicken is you’d better read Mara A. Cohen Marks essay to be happily enlightened. In Hardy Griffin’s story a groom in Turkey must demonstrate his skills at Raw Kofte before the honeymoon can proceed. Gail Bellamy keeps 408 Dates with a favorite dish at a local restaurant.
The Glutton’s Kitchen: Tales of Insatiable Hunger
Consider Arc’s 2014 Poem of the Year
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Issue 2, August 2014
Hemingway-Pfeiffer Connections: The Museum Turns 15
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 17, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 4, Summer 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 36 Issue 1, Winter 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 5, September/October 2014 online
Featuring short fiction by Jason Allen, art by Hawk Alfredson, photography by Mia Hanson, Mark Montgomery’s “In Breathing Underwater,” a mix of poetry, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, Autumn & Winter 2014
This issue features 10 short stories, 14 poems (four in translation, from the German, Serbian and Spanish), an instructional score, an essay about the life and death of Jean Rhys, and a 20-page interview with Margaret Atwood.
Featuring incredible new work from Aaron Shurin, Eugene Lim, Kathleen Jesme, Mary Carroll-Hackett, Fernando Vallejo (translated by Laia García Sánchez and Robert Jackson), Kyle Hemmings, Daniel J. Pizappi, Steve Weiner, Michael Shou-Yung Shum, Rachel Nagelberg, Marianne Villanueva, Nicholas Alexander Hayes, Gerard Sarnat, Nels Hanson, Laura Bernstein-Machlay, Kent Monroe, and Mara Naselli.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2, 2014 online
Don’t miss this month’s regular issue, “Trees,” featuring the flash, poetry, and short fiction that considers what it means to root. Then on Friday, we brought you the ninth in our 12 Moons Video Poetry Series: Harvest Moon.
This issue, available in print and digital, follows our standard format of four short stories, four flash nonfiction, and one work by a notable author. Don’t miss an excerpt from Micheline Marcom’s forthcoming book, fiction from Mary Miller and Vincent Scarpa, and nonfiction from Ursula Villarreal-Moura, among other excellent contributors.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 34, 2014
This issue explores the theme of “Rust, Dust, & Lust.” It includes new poetry from over 60 poets including Shanalee Smith, Andrea O’Rourke, Gerald Locklin, Karen J. Weyant, Alison Stone, Eric Gelsinger, Jim Daniels, David Chorlton, John Marvin, Yosef Rosen, Cait Weiss, Ace Boggess, Lockie Hunter, Lyn Lifshin, and Chelsea Dingman.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, Summer 2014
Weave strives to publish high-quality art and literature, and this issue is no exception. From our spectacular cover art and design by artist Carolyn Kelly to a diverse collection of poems, stories, and artwork, issue 11 will delight and dazzle just like all of the issues that came before it.
This edition features the winners of our second Writers Under 30 Contest: Matt Nestor’s story “Bushwick” and Kay Cosgrove’s poem “Study in Blue,” and an interview with Audrey Topping: photojournalist, documentary filmmaker, and author, and Seymour Topping: former managing editor of The New York Times, foreign correspondent, professor, and novelist.
Cityscape
Packed with dazzling poems and phenomenal flash fiction, it opens with “The Perfect Zen Dance of the Boulder” by William Doreski. Next up are Devin Strauch with “Substitute Angel,” a story that will change the way you think about pasta, and Mansour Chow with two haiku that might raise Basho’s eyebrows.
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