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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9 Issue 1, Summer & Fall 2014
The Social Media Issue #poetrynwsocial
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 99 Number 3, 2014
Take a look at Kathryn Starbuck, Phillis Levin, Babette Fraser Hale, Estep Nagy, Donald Platt, Tony Sanders, and more that are essential to complete your summer reading.
Featuring an interview with Horse Less Press author, Lauren Gordon. New poetry appears by Simon Perchik, Erica Goss, Alan Catlin, and Caroline Kessler. The featured artwork is by Alex Nodopaka, Ana Markovic and more! Four new book reviews also appear, reviewing the work of Ocean Vuong, James Claffey, Linda Lerner, and Sophia Argyris.
Volume 5 offers a cornucopia of delights from new and well-published writers and artists, including fiction, essays, humor, nature, memoir, poetry, art, and music. Contributors are from urban and rural places near and far—locals in the rural enclave of West Marin, visitors who reside in Paris, and others in between.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 4, July/August 2014 online
From the photo essay and interview with photographer and photojournalist Jonathan Alpeyrie, who provides a first-hand look at Ukraine, to a review of the recently released “Writing of Blue Highways,” by John Smelcer, to the art of Robert Soffian, there’s enough in this issue to keep you reading and on your toes until our next issue in September. We trust you’ll find the latest Ragazine.CC articles will provide grist for the mental mill where these and other ideas are constantly at play.
Don't miss the "Rocks" issue of Atticus Review, featuring poetry, flash and short fiction.
Beecher’s 4 features contest winners Roy Beckemeyer, Anne Penniston Grunsted, and Penny Perkins; contributors Sarah Blake, Lawrence Eby, Tara Deal, Susan Lloy, Thomas Fox Averill, Emma Sovich, Gabrielle Freeman, J.M. Jones, Rachel Mennies, Anna Arov, John F. Buckley and Martin Ott, Sandra Kolankiewicz, and Jason Carney; and an interview with Junot Díaz.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 2, August 2014 online
The fifth issue, “Sartorial,” is dedicated to works celebrating clothes, fashion, and apparel.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date August 5, 2014 online
This piece is called Marriage and it was written by Anna Lea Jancewicz. It’s very short and very good.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8 Number 2, Summer 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 8, 2014
You remember “the first time?” Issue 8’s esteemed contest winners Sarah-Jean Krahn and Emily Rose Cole do. Plus, we’ve got work by Matt Dennison, Michelle Watters, Art Heifetz, J. Edward Kruft, and Jay Duret, who are also great.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Number 4, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Number 2, August 2014 online
The issue features a host of excellent contributors, including: James Fowler, Heather Rounds, Douglas Luman, Carol Shillibeer, Benjamin Schmitt, John N. Miller, Tamer Mostafa, Howie Good, Jeffrey Zable, J.D. Mitchell-Lumsden, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Kristin LaFollette, Mark Mitchell, John Lowther, Hugh Tribbey, Felino A. Soriano, Jon Shifrin, Tennae Maki, and Tim Keane.
Our August special issue has it all: a monster named Tamara, a feathered octopus, the Tricks Man, a mermaid, a dragon, a pterodactyl, gargoyles, a Myakka skunk ape, a knight, a gorgon, a modern Green Man, Greek mythology, an Alien, a sasquatch, a velocipede bird attack, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 18, Summer 2014 online
We’ve got a great interview with the creators of Drunk History and another with writer and activist Sarah Schulman. New poetry by Eric Baus and new fiction by Kyle Coma-Thompson. A rant about Tinder. With disturbing sculptures of body parts made out of food by featured artist Dimitri Tsykalov.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34 Number 2, Summer 2014
Introducing Sara Eliza Johnson, Maegan Poland, & Wang Xiaoni; featuring a folio of Post-Troubles Belfast poets; including essays by Mark Halliday & Drew Calvert, fiction by Patrick Dacey & Mary Troy, poetry by Joel Brouwer, Katie Ford, Carmen Gimenez-Smith, Shane McCrae, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, &c.; plus 35 book reviews.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date June 2014 online
Music Editor, Duane Spencer’s soundtracks for your tasty reading (sprinkled throughout the issue). Natahsa Saje’s “Capon,” a young cook’s perspective of her palate-less employers. In “Le Foque,” Elisa Albo spins romance, Paris, peppercorns & cocoa dust. Keith Leidner elicits the tastes & aromas of smoked chicken from 1957 Nashville in on a friday evening. And more.
Our fourth quarterly issue has arrived, featuring vomit-inducing amusement rides, goat-people, urban penguins, Army wives, very old men with enormous wings, butterflies in repose, elderly farmers in overalls, elderly feuding gay men and kittens covered in donut sprinkles.

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