- Linked Title No Tokens Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, February 2014
Issue 1 includes work by established and emerging writers such as Joy Williams, Rick Moody, George Saunders, Melanie Rae Thon, Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, and Jeffrey McDaniel.
- Linked Title Petrichor Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6, April 2014
We’re delighted to announce the release of our first monthly issue. Our April showcase includes some ghostly island scenes by returning photographer Susana Case, Sarah Goodman’s moving, uncomfortable, and often funny story, “A Rabbit Named Justice,” and Chelsea Whitton’s precise and punchy poems.
- Linked Title Sierra Nevada Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 25, 2014
Our 25th issue includes winners from our annual High School Writing Contest as well as work by Philip Metres, Megan Levad, Roy Scranton, William Stobb, Laura McCullough, Steven Seidenberg, Roberto Montes, Yvette Schnoeker-Shorb, Amaranth Borsuk, Andy Fitch, Lucy Wong, William L. Fox, Hilary Plum, Cooper Levey-Baker, Christine Lasek, and more.
- Linked Title Subtropics
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 17, Winter/Spring 2014
Subtropics issue 17 includes a macabre tale by China Mi
- Linked Title Suspense Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 56, April/May 2014
This month’s highlights include interviews with Alex Berenson, Barry Eisler, Jennifer McMahon, Matthew Iden, and Gigi Pandian. We also have included a new section called “From Across the Pond” where you will be introduced to authors from Europe and author Chris Simms kicks things off.
- Linked Title Your Impossible Voice
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, Spring 2014
Your Impossible Voice #3 features new work from award-winning Cuban writer, editor, and screenwriter Francisco Garc
- Linked Title Banipal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 49, Spring 2014
A rich collection of a traditional art—stories by 21 short story writers, writing in a range of styles, from all generations, from famous pioneers to emerging authors and from all parts of the Arab world—from Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Iraq and Jordan; from Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia; and from Yemen, Oman and Kuwait.
- Linked Title Asymptote
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2014
Highlights include new work by Nobel-winner Herta M
- Linked Title Atticus Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 15, 2014
Last week on Atticus Review, Featured Fiction Writer Juliet Escoria brought you 8 videos à propos of her forthcoming novel Black Cloud from Civil Coping Mechanisms. Then on Thursday, new From the Attic editor Jayeeta Ghorai brings you a brilliant non-fiction article, “Being Lost, Being Found.” Don’t miss it!
- Linked Title eccolinguistics
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Number 4
Featuring work by Christopher Mulrooney, Elizabeth Goetz, Felino Soriano, George Eklund, James Bradley, Jasper Brinton, Jerrod Bohn, John J. Trause, Kelley Irmen, Nicholas Grider, Penelope O. Dartmouth, Vernon Frazer, and more.
- Linked Title Hoot
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 31, April 2014
“I Almost Believe It” by Christine Potter
- Linked Title The Literary Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 57 Number 1, Winter 2014
“Because literature mimics the symmetry of nature, and because nature couldn’t care less.” Featuring new work from John Kinsella, Diane Mehta, Christine Schutt, and Matt Rasmussen.
- Linked Title matchbook
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 14, 2014
Check out a piece called “The Unreturned” written by Jon Steinhagen who has had work previously at matchbook. Pretty darn good.
- Linked Title Posit
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 2, 2014
Announcing Posit 2, featuring work by Seth Abramson, John Amen, Douglas Barbour & Sheila Murphy, Ryan Browning, Vito Desalvo, Nancy Flynn, David Goldin, Arthur Gonzalez, Linda Griggs, Glenn Halak, Jefferson Hansen, j/j hastain, Rich Ives, Michael Keenan, Sarah Sarai, and Tod Thilleman.
- Linked Title Stoneboat
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Number 2, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue features an interview with Chad Harbach, best-selling author of Art of Fielding and editor of MFA vs NYC: Two Cultures of American Fiction. It also includes an essay from Robert Vivian, fiction from Sam Wilder and William Jensen, and the work of more than 40 poets.