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Zach VandeZande and Shanti Weiland won the contests, and Bobby Steve Baker, Benjamin DeVos, Maya Gutierrez, Rachel Nix, Jeanann Verlee, and Cory Weimken won at life. Plus, no more staples! Perfect binding, baby. All the best poems and stories, all still $3.
This issue features fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry with themes around the creative life and our natural world.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 18, Fall 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 2, Summer 2014
This latest issue is book-ended with love stories--one fiction by Justin Brouckart and the other non-fiction from Rachel Richardson. There’s a lyric essay from Caitlin Luce Christensen about cannibals-- or is it? New poetry from Nick Fynn, Caleb Curtiss, and others, art that will take you around the world, as well as more great fiction and non-fiction.
This volume kicks off with “Paper Cut,” a rather frightening story by Dee Redfearn. Who knew a paper cut could be lethal? Also includes an excerpt from the first new translation of Jason and the Argonauts in more than forty years: “Madly in Love with Jason, Medea Contemplates Suicide.” 
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 20 Number 4, Fall 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 197, 2014
Features art by Jennifer Tancreto, a review of Lily Afshar’s “Bach on Fire,” an essay by C.R. Resetarits, poetry by Alicia Thompson, Morgan Liphart, Corey Ginsberg, fiction by Christine Tang-Bernas, and more.
Issue 2 of Crab Fat Magazine is here! Inside you will find a queer collection of prose, poetry, and art for your reading & viewing pleasure; you will meet crazy clowns, a mysterious woman, a grieving couple, poetic identity crisis, coming of age, and more.
Now entering its second year, the newest issue of Tupelo Quarterly has launched. TQ5 includes the winner and finalists of its Poetry Contest judged by Amaud Jamaul Johnson, and Chapter One, a new section celebrating the opening pages of prose works. Writers published in TQ5 include Aaron Coleman, Erin Rodini, Mark Wagenaar, Jane Wong, Keith Leonard, John Surowiecki, Michael Hawley, Joanna Ruocco and Trang The Hy.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Fall 2014
Aji is pleased to present the poetry of established and emerging writers in our inaugural issue.  The second half of the issue is devoted to the theme of the student/teacher experience.  The issue also includes a review of Rich Murphy's Americana, 2013 winner of Prize Americana for Poetry.
The Berkeley Poetry Review is a journal published annually at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1974, it has featured the work of new as well as established poets and writers, including Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Yusef Komunyakaa, Brenda Hillman, Czesław Miłosz, Cole Swensen, Robert Hass, Ishmael Reed, and Thom Gunn.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6
Gigantic's Ha-Ha issue features new or newly translated fiction by Franz Kafka, Jincy Willett, Amelia Gray, Daniil Kharms, and Osama Alomar; a special fold-out poster with cartoons by Roz Chast and Drew Dernavich; interviews with Gabrielle Bell and writer J. Robert Lennon; plus contest winner Erin Somers and Joe Wenderoth’s Seizure State.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date 2014
Ping-Pong journal of art and literature is published by the Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur, California. The 2014 issue celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech trial and features works by banned Russian poets, as well as the best contemporary poets, Ilya Kaminsky, Mark Lamoureux, Melissa Broder and an interview with Alice Notley.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 27 Issue 1, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 63, Fall 2014
A library of ideas about language and the book in all their forms, Speaking Volumes collects poetry, fiction, and nonfiction on historic, forbidden, repurposed, mistranslated, imaginary, lost, and life-changing books—books of every ilk. Contributors include Edwidge Danticat, Aimee Bender, Samuel R. Delany, Joyce Carol Oates, Brian Evenson, and others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 2, Fall 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 51 Number 4, October 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 29 Volume 2, Winter 2014-15
Our Winter Issue contains 9 short stories, 23 poems, 2 essays and 5 reviews. Meanwhile, Kevin Barry considers Dermot Healy’s Long Time, No See and Dave Lordan revisits Liam O’Flaherty’s work. With debut fiction from Deborah Rose Reeves and Oliver Farry, and Cal Doyle as Featured Poet.

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