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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 25, Spring 2014
Failing Famously
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16 Number 1, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 24 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 4, Spring/Summer 2014 online
Our fourth issue features fiction by Joe Baumann, Chrys Darkwater, and Carrie Spell; poetry by Simon Perchik, Louis Gallo, Kathleen Hellen, and others; photography by Shannon Atkinson, and performance art by Donney Rose.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date June 10, 2014 online
Troubles never cease. This is a truth in life. Another truth is matchbook always puts out great stuff. Okay, that is a biased version of the truth, but we believe it. Hard. This week at matchbook is Taylor McGill’s “Octopus.” We think this story is no exception to matchbook’s great stuff rule.
A Year of Poetry: Special All-Poetry Issue #2: Rural and Urban
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 67, Summer 2014
subTerrain #67 (Coincidence) features new fiction, poetry, commentary and nonfiction from Jon Paul Fiorentino, Beth Goobie, Stephen Osborne and many more. Also includes book reviews; the runner-up entries from the 2013 Lush Triumphant Literary Awards; and Reconciliation Poems commissioned by SFU’s Centre for Dialogue. Cover and illustrations by Julie Flett.
This month’s issue is packed with authors who have sold millions of books combined: Joseph Finder, David Baldacci, Eric Jerome Dickey, Eric Van Lustbader, Jan Elizabeth Watson, Donna White Glaser and so much more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 12 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2014
On Tuesday, Atticus Review brought you the “Hotels and Motels” issue, exploring how temporary foreign spaces affect us in the long term. Then on Thursday, an interview with Jay Bates and Michael Schmeltzer of A River and Sound Review. From Friday, don’t miss the 7th installment in our 12 Moons videopoetry series: Strawberry Moon.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 8, Summer 2014 online
Poetry, prose, and photos by Cath Barton, Gabrielle Bates, Roy Bentley, Jenny Mary Brown, Ron Brown, Katie Brunero, Kevin Carey, Barbara Carter, Marc S. Cohen, Marco A. Domínguez, Catherine Keefe, Sara Emily Kuntz, Stewart Lewis, Valerie Loveland, Carolann Madden, M. Mack, Susan Carter Morgan, Emily O’Neill, Dave Petraglia, and more.
These speculative stories deal with some pretty heavy themes, and the Grim Reaper wields his scythe like a paranoid and highly-caffeinated Jedi’s light saber throughout. That being said, for an issue with so much death, we think you will find a surprising number of life-affirming moments, or at least interesting new ways of thinking about the end.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Number 2, 2014
Expanding the Voice
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 10, Spring 2014 online
This issue features visual arts by Aaron Bowen, Jimmy Ostgard, W. Jack Savage, Julian J. Jackson; poetry by Cambria Jones, Charles Wilkinson, Daniel Flanagan, John Grey, Mark J. Mitchell, Rachel Nix, Richard Hartwell, Rob Schultz, Robin Wyatt Dunn, Timothy B. Dodd; short story by Robert Schmidt.
We’re tremendously excited to be celebrating LGBT Pride month with the release of this issue. The international voices in the magazine this month will only add to the exciting mix of conversations about sexuality, culture, and diversity that make LGBT Pride Month so special.

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