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The debut issue of Tahoma Literary Review features fresh work from some of the nation’s finest voices, including poets Shaindel Beers , Brandon Courtney, and Terry Wolverton and fiction writers Leslie Pietrzyk and Elizabeth Oness.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 53 Number 2, Fall 2014
The new issue of Tar River Poetry features reviews of new books by June Sylvester Saraceno, Scott Owens, and Quitman Marshall, and poems by Lois Marie Harrod, Sandra Kohler, Al Maginnes, Jennifer O’Grady, Michael Spence, Judith Skillman, the late Vern Rutsala, and many others. Information and subscriptions at our website.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Number 4 online
Curiosities of nature abound: from childhood discoveries to adults in unfamiliar landscapes. Earthquakes, identities, and relationships need explaining. Questions are left in the margins. Tourists roam; hikers and campers find they take the city with them. Contributors include: Daniel Levin Becker, Lisa Kokin, Shelton Walsmith, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, Alastair Johnston, Howie Good.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date December 2014 online
Catherine Scherer tells her personal story of adding homemade communion hosts to the Christmas cookies in “Playing Mass.” You'll recognize this “Recipe for Disaster” in Jonathan Pacic's entertaining poem. Jean-Luc Bouchard's protagonist uses his perfectionist skills at a show-off dinner gone awry in “Missing Something”. In “It Won't Taste the Same,” Michelle Morouse reminds us why no meal is ever repeated.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 1, Fall 2014
Stoneboat literary journal has been publishing exceptional poetry, fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, and art since 2010. Stoneboat 5.1 celebrates the journal's fifth anniversary and includes work from Philip Dacey, James Grabill, Dorthy Duncan Burris, Tacey A. Rosolowski, and many others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 17
Anak Sastra's 17th issue features stories about an inexperienced traveler in the Philippines; a trishaw driver's retirement plans in Vietnam; an unlucky-in-love woman in Vietnam; a Japanese man's move to Singapore; a handful of poems connected to Malaysia and the Philippines; and a 'book reaction' to Jess Row's novel Your Face in Mine.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 7, November 30 2014 online
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date December 2014 online
The December issue of The Lake is now online featuring Edilson Afonso Ferreira, Anne-Marie Fyfe, Laura M. Kaminski, Kevin D. LeMaster, Michael Mark, Devon Marsh, Kushel Paddar, Bethany W. Pope, Richard Thomas, Diane Tucker, Igor Harry Vesmensky, Annette Volfing, Justin Watkins. Reviews of Julie Maclean’s Kiss of the Viking and Jay Sizemore’s Father Figures.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 102, Winter 2014
Fiction from Octavio Solis, Kathleen Alcott, Josh Emmons, Melissa Yancy, Michael Jaime-Becerra, A. Nicole Kelly, Kate Petersen, Jeffrey Moskowitz. Poetry from Rae Gouirand, Andrew David King, Lucille Lang Day, Andrew Gavin Murphy. Nonfiction from Laura Esther Wolfson, and featuring the art work of Julio Cesar Morales.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 99 Number 4, 2014
Volume 99, No. 4, 2014, includes an array of award winning essays, fiction, and poetry; publication of the 2014 David Nathan Meyerson Prize for Fiction winning story by Terrance Manning, Jr.; and the annual SWR index. Visit us online for information about guidelines, submissions, and to enter our contests.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 83, Fall 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2014
Carbon Culture Review is at the intersection of technology + literature + art. We feature monthly literature, art, articles and reviews on exciting new tech. This issue features work by world-renowned Australian artist Patricia Piccinini as well as work by Nels Hanson, Fred Pollack, Tim Kahl, John Gosslee, Jeffrey Alfier, Krista Lucas and many other fine writers.
Bridge Eight 01 is a collection of fresh fiction and poetry from new and established writers based in Northeast Florida and beyond. Included in the issue is a piece by one hailed as “a true original” by Kirkus Reviews, Mark Ari, author of the critically acclaimed novel, The Shoemaker’s Tale.
The Arc-Cordite Poetry Special Issue

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