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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date May 12, 2014 online
We’ve got something new and great for you. It’s a story. Straight up. It’s called “Invisible.” Katie Cortese wrote it. We’re pretty pumped about it. Honestly, we think you would be too. We’re not even going to imagine you couldn’t.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 20 Number 2, Spring 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 191, 2014
Jonathan Durbin’s “Claire, The Whole World”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 5, May 2014 online
Fiction Contributors: Neil Serven, L. Niall Murphy, Elizabeth Brown, Edmund Sandoval, and Christian Rees. Nonfiction Contributors: Kathie Jacobson, Melissa Wiley, Elizabeth Evans, and Emily Brooks.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 25, Spring 2014 online
Another electrifying issue brimming with contemporary lit, lit-commentary, and the second half of our supplement, “Bridging the Literary Border.” Also, three works of fantastic fiction by Andrew Forbes, Victoria Hetherington, and Trevor Corkum; powerful new poems by Jessie Jones, Andrew McEwan, Sarah Pinder, Liz Worth, Stevie Howell, and philip Gordon.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 2, 2014 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Number 2, 2014
Featuring an interview with Marion Winik; fiction by Eric Braun, Louis Cancelmi, Hunter Choate, Gabrielle Hovendon, Amy Kinner, Maurice Carlos Ruffin; nonfiction by JD Irpino, Caitlin Levison McGuire, Eric Tran, Marion Winik; and poetry by John Abbott, Elizabeth Breen, Ronda Broatch, Regina DiPerna, Kate Magnolia Glasgow, Lauren Hilger, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 36 Number 2, Spring 2014
Our Spring 2014 issue is brimming with unique content. This issue features the “Rising Phoenix” contest, with big-name judges David McGlynn, Sarah Gilbert, Jon Crispin, and Saul Lemerond. Features creative work by Andrea Reisenauer, Cole Heyn, Laura Wire, Sarah Chayer, Elizabeth Mastrangelo, Leo Duffy, Craig Evenson, and Emily Engelhard.
Our nineteenth online issue includes short stories from Matthew McEver, Cathy Rose, Christopher X. Shade, Kim Siegleson, and Sarah Jennings; non-fiction from Terry Barr and Rori Leigh Hoatlin; and poetry from Sarah Henning, Maari Carter, Philip Theibert, Dan Jacoby, and Devin Kelly.
The theme for the 2014 issue is The Art of Science. Biology, geology, chemistry, physics, and so many other realms of reasoning and discovery constantly overlap with the world of art and writing. This collection includes works inspired by interaction with and observation of science, featuring a winner for prose, a winner for poetry, and two pieces from Voices of Nassau.
This issue features our 2014 James Hearst Poetry Prize winners. It also has a special four page full-color spread with poems by James Hearst and illustrations by Gary Kelley to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the James and Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts. This is a one time only feature.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Number 1, 2014
Thresholds
“I liked the idea of a city atop hundreds, thousands of canals of streaming light...” Thus begins the May Shorts edition of Atticus Review, featuring flash and poetry that does quality work in limited space. Then on Thursday, Gyaltsen F. Go brings you “Red Elephants,” a candid story of dependency, love and loss.
Guest edited by Natalie Easton, our “Repeat Review” issue featured pieces previously published in other publications and books. Spotlight piece by Aaron Hawkins. Additional contributors: Katherine Ringley, Tony Brown, Karen Jakubowski, Ronald Ray, Chrystal Berche, Kate Garrett, Tom Sheehan, and Kim Peter Kovac.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date May 2014 online
It’s a short but good issue, featuring new work from L. M. Alder, Katie Berka, Adam Crittenden, Mark Cunningham, Jennifer Dunn, Nicholas Grider, Christina Olivares, Suzanne Reid, Caleb Tankersley, and Marcelle Thiebaux.
“A Morbid Longing for the Picturesque”: The Novels of Donna Tartt
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 1, Spring 2014
Thrive and dive into every storytelling genre with science fiction (by JJ Lee), literary fiction (KM Vaghela), paranormal adventure (AY Dorsey), graphic novel excerpt (Kris Sayer), romance (Jacqui Hartwood), doppelganger (Trevor Shikaze), and other fantastical genre-bending tales by EL Firestine, Sarah Pinsker, and Milo James Fowler. (Plus poems and illustrations...)
Explore the desert in stories by Peter Levine, Aurelie Sheehan, and Beth Alvarado—three of the seven stories featured. This issue also includes essays by William Lychack, Diana Spechler, and poets Lance Larsen and Anna Journey. Two new poems by David Kirby are joined by works by Wendy Barker, Bonnie Jo Campbell, David St. John and Ryan Teitman.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 99 Number 2, 2014
Atticus Review presents our featured poet Mary Biddinger, a “famed lyrical engineer”, in the words of Poetry Editor Michael Meyerhofer. Then on Thursday, a From the Attic non-fiction piece by Douglas Penick, “Time’s Unending.” Finally, the fifth installment of our 12 Moons Videopoetry Series: Flower Moon. Read on!
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