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The Austin Review is a new, nonprofit literary journal based in Austin, Texas that publishes three print issues per year. Each issue has nine works: four short stories, four pieces of flash nonfiction (500 words or fewer), and one essay or work by a notable author.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Issue 1, Fall 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Spring 2014
Presenting the first issue of Isthmus, an independent journal published bi-annually in Seattle! Featuring fiction from Jennifer Bryan, Michael Davis, Leslie Parry; nonfiction from Kelly Chastain, Elizabeth Mack, Mark Rozema; and poetry from Natalie Giarratano, Natania Rosenfeld, Laurelyn Whitt, and Theodore Worozbyt.
Don’t miss our eclectic “Sports Literature” issue, featuring flash, poetry, short fiction and creative non-fiction. Then on Thursday, we brought you the third of twelve installments in our “12 Moons” Videpoetry series, “Wolf Moon.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 5, Winter/Spring 2014
Big Fiction No. 5, our Winter/Spring 2014 issue, features novellas on the theme “Life and Death” by Alex Taylor (author of The Name of the Nearest River, Sarabande), Jen Hinst-White, and Benjamin Reed. The cover art is an original wood cut by Sarah Rosenblatt. Design and letterpress printing by Bremelo Press.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 127, Spring 2014
Features a conversation between Matthew Barney and Gaspar No
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 5, Spring/Summer 2014
The current issue of Ekphrasis contains an eclectic collection of poems, each one addressing a specific work of art. We look for poetry with strength and depth—clean, spare poems as well as poems of passion and lush detail. We are very excited about the poems in this issue.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 30, March 2014
“Sleap Tea” poetry by Janet McCann
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2014 online
Poetry by Tim Kahl, Danielle Susi, Noah Thaman, Wendy Gist, Simon Perchik, and more, plus prose by Alexandra Blogier.
A Special Issue celebrating 50 years of the UMass MFA for Poets and Writers, with work by Matthew Zapruder, Mira Bartok, Jedediah Berry, James Haug, Valerie Martin, Marianne Boruch, Gillian Conoley, and Douglas Whynott, among others.
A Journey
Featuring fiction from Christopher Moyer and Ann LoGerfo; poetry from Philip Schaefer, Rich Smith, Donald Dunbar, Bill Carty, and Rae Gouriand; and winners of our Flash Fiction Contest Shena McAuliffe, Jillian Quinn, and Rachel Hermans Goldman.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 1 Issue 1, Spring 2014
This is the first issue of 300 Days of Sun, a student-run literary journal sponsored by the Nevada State College Humanities Department, featuring poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 1, Winter 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2014 online
In “Wired” Alan Linton takes his nieces and nephews to collect maple sap in the snow (encountering critters hungry for the elixir). Sharon Abra Hanen feeds us 2 poems with intriguing food-place and personal origins. Lernert & Sander show us what happens when “A Chocolate Bunny Encounters Danger.” And more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, 2014 online
Translation by Jeffrey Angles from the Japanese of Mutsuo Takahashi: “Lovers in the Guise of Wolf-Gods”; poetry by Ian Hatcher, “Plexus” & “Stop-cock”; fiction by Kelly Magee and Carol Guess, “Your Sick”; poetry by Grace Schauer, “Bird Introduces Herself,” “Bird, Age 16, Contemplates God,” & “Paris is Burning”; and more.
Don’t miss the work of Featured Fiction Writer Joseph Riipi, collaging the words ‘Love’, ‘God’, ‘Tree’, and ‘Magnolia’ from his recent novel, Because. Then on Thursday, a special From the Attic post by blogger Jayeeta Ghorai, and a book review by Barrett Warner.
New print issue has ficton: Chris Lowe, Chuck Teixeira & more; Nonfiction: Sue Ellis, Leisher, Neil Mathison, Sarett & more; Poetry: Hostovsky, Joy Ladin, Lifshin, Lippman, Linda Pastan, Marge Piercy, Myra Sklarew, Adirenne Su & more; Translations: Anastasiya Afansieva, Bracno, Gidali, Rumi & more; Art: Cole Thompson.
This Spring 2014 issue is the last for Buddhist Poetry Review and features Virginia Connors, Rupert Fike, Mark Goad, Monika John, M.P. Jones IV, Shobhana Kumar, John McCarthy, Al Ortolani, Judith Quaempts, Claudia Savage, Wendy Stern, and Jane Wayne.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 7, Spring 2014 online
A spiny little gem, just in time for spring. With words and images by Karen Boissonneault-Gauthier, Stephani Maari Booker, Gail Wallace Bozzano,

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