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Smoky Blue Literary and Arts Magazine continues to offer the best in writing, art and photography from seniors and non-seniors. The second issue includes fiction from Irving Greenfield, non-fiction from Julia Spring, poetry from Bobby Steve Baker, and art from Sharon Sandel.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 12 Number 11 Issue 201, January 2015
"All Lateral" by Matt Sumell
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 39, Winter/Spring 2015
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Slow cooking, slow archaeology, slow teaching. These topics and more are examined in North Dakota Quarterly’s latest issue, “A Study in Slow.” Poems and fiction express truths about slowness in form and content. Reflections examine slow communication (a relationship developed through letter writing) and growing up “at the lake.”
The Spring edition of Lowestoft Chronicle (#21) features fiction by William Quincy Belle, Michael C. Keith, Mike Koenig, Nicolas Kostelecky, Jim Plath, and Olga Wojtas, poetry by Kenneth P. Gurney, David Havird, James B. Nicola, and Jane Røken, and nonfiction by Christina Selby.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2015 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2015 online
The March issue of The Lake is now online featuring Joyce S. Brown, James Brush, Seth Crook, Grace Curtis, Eleanor Holland, Kamikawa, Laura M. Kaminski, Rebecca Kylie Law, Patrick Lodge, Debra McQueen, Todd Mercer, Thomas O’Connell, Edward O’Dwyer, Kenneth Pobo, Julie Sampson.
Kentucky Review 2014, an all-poetry issue, features 98 poets from the U.S. and abroad, among them Paul Hostovsky, Joan Colby, William Greenway, and many other distinguished writers. The poems in this printed edition of 222 pages reflect the magazine's editorial policy of eclecticism in subject and style.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 41, February 2015
"Leg" - poetry by Rachel Dull
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, Spring 2015 online
The new issue features poetry by Natasha Trethewey, Judith Skillman, William Miller, and others; fiction by Ramona Reeves and Ben Shields; nonfiction by Brent McKight and Vivian Wagner; and an interview with acclaimed director Benh Zeitlin.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 1, January 2015
6.1 features winning work from GS’s 3rd annual poetry & flash fiction contests, judged by Dawn Lundy Martin & Mat Johnson. Sarah Rose Etter, Dalton Day, Tyler Brewington, Kara Vernor, & others contribute fiction & poetry. Visual art includes David Lynch-inspired brooches by Carly Mayer and crocheted animal skeletons by Caitlin McCormack.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall 2014 online
The Font – A Literary Journal for Language Teachers is a journal about teaching and learning languages at home and abroad. This issue features essays by Marjorie Hakala, Jim Jenson, Layton Issacs, and Linsay Nash; creative nonfiction by Kelly Quinn, Heather Mallett, and Anna Cabe; fiction by Edward M. Goodell; and poetry by Roger Elkin, Jessica Goodfellow, Bruce McRae, Krista Lukas, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, 2015
In the American imagination, George Washington is a figure who has come to represent both truth-telling and mythmaking. The famous story of the cherry tree reminds us that there is truth even in invention, that even apocrypha can convey the facts of life. Featuring work by Jericho Brown, Stephanie Dickinson, Leslie Harrison, Anna Journey, Bruce Snider, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, 2014
Caketrain’s latest issue features work from Kirstin Allio, Laurie Blauner, Ryan Call, J’Lyn Chapman, Jessica Comola, Zachary Doss, Sarah Rose Etter, Brian Evenson, Joel Hans, Alyse Knorr, Darby Larson, Gary Lutz, Elizabeth Mikesch, JoAnna Novak, Kim Parko, Vanessa Place, Jessica Poli, Nick Francis Potter, Kathryn Scanlan, May-Lan Tan and others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2014/15
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, 2015
Our fifth issue features stories that employ a long scope and wide lens. Immersive and full, here are five works that cannot and will not be condensed. Look to these stories for intricacy, breadth, and an all-encompassing narrative view. Contributors: Colleen Cable, Elizabeth Chandler, Kendra Fortmeyer, William Hillyard, Matt Jones.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 22, Winter 2015
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