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More recent issues of literary magazines

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 35 Numbers 1&2, Spring/Summer 2014
For God and Country
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 51, Autumn/Winter 2014
Phobia/Philia explores the attempt to like or even love while being indentured to the institutional loathing that we are compelled to feel even as our beleaguered globe is spasming in its death throes. Featured authors include Kate Nancy, D. Harlan Wilson, E. Kelly, KM Seehaus, Julie Harris, and Hal Jaffe.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Number 3, 2014
This is the "Swoon" issue, featuring a video by Marc Neys ("Swoon"), based on three poems in the issue. My special thanks to Marc for contributing the video.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 111, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue Number 198
"An Inventory" by Joan Wickersham
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 184, Fall 2014
Not precisely our usual suspects, Ronald Reagan and Pope Francis are the subjects of two in-depth essays in the new issue, one on The Gipper's demagoguery and the other on whether the pontiff is in fact truly changing the Catholic Church. Plus new fiction by Joyce Carol Oates and Ann Beattie, an interview with Garrison Keillor, along with columns and fresh poems.
The Bumper Winter Edition of Lowestoft Chronicle features fiction by Raymond Abbott, William Quincy Belle, Geoffrey B. Cain, Mary Donaldson-Evans, Michael C. Keith, and Lilian D. Vercauteren, poetry by Kenneth P. Gurney, David Havird, and Joe Mills, nonfiction by C.B. Heinemann and Paul McGranaghan, plus new work by Scott Dominic Carpenter, and an interview about his debut novel and story collection.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date November 2014 online
The November issue of Literary Mama is filled with writing that reminds us to take stock of all that we have and value, while acknowledging the many challenges we encounter as mothers.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Winter 2014
Profane's first issue has writing that’s not only profane, but also profound, heartfelt, and, at times, a little weird. It features an interview with Maggie Nelson, and work from Alex Lemon, Devin Murphy, and Deborah Thompson, among others. The accompanying audio showcases every contributor reading aloud and reflecting about writing.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3 online
Through dazzling prose and poetry, you'll encounter the sinister power of the ocean, linguistic origin stories, awesome space, and beautiful, prosodic mutants. We're also kicking off the inclusion of book reviews, so what are you waiting for? Rivet 3 is live and waiting.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Fall 2014 online
It's hard to kick a can with no feet. Still, the inaugural issue of Felled Limbs is now available, and includes hybrid works of poetic prose by Aimee Herman, Maggie Sullivan, Matthew O’Leary, Emily Strauss, jacklyn janeksela, and Amber Peckham.
E.E. King has won the $1,000 grand prize in our sixth annual Flash Fiction Contest for “The Night My Father Danced Like Fred Astaire.” Ms. King presents a powerful, moving drama in less than 600 words. Read her story in our November Issue.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 21 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2014
Issue 16.5 is Leviathan by Joe Wilkins, the winner of the 2014 IHLR Single Author Competition. Of Leviathan, Pulitzer-Prize finalist Laurie Kutchins writes, "There’s alchemy in Joe Wilkins’s poems. Colic, junk, gutted factories, and rotten tomatoes become gold; castaway, castoff things at garage sales become luminous lists of all the things that keep us human.”

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