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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 3, February 11, 2014 online
This week on Atticus Review, don’t miss the “Beginnings” issue, featuring poetry, flash and short fiction by Aaron Burch, Roy Bentley, Ben Hoffman, and Dan Townsend. Then on Thursday, we had our first installment of “Oxidane: A Tapestry Novel”, an interactive experience by Nicole Matos.
Andrew Hudgins is the Featured Poet for this issue, with new poems by Hudgins, an interview with him, and an essay about his body of work. In addition, poems appear by Eamon Grennan, Pimone Triplett, R.T. Smith, Troy Jollimore, Richard Jackson, Melissa Range, Joshua Weiner, Marjorie Welish, David Kirby, and Rita Ann Higgins, among many others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 42 Number 3, Winter 2013/14
Volume 15.6 is our annual single-author issue. This year’s contest was in prose, and the winner, chosen by Bill Roorbach, was Michael Hemmingson. Roorbach wrote of Hemmingson’s novella: “Still Life with Iguana is told in fragments and blocks and tesserae, a mosaic beautifully rendered.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 37, Winter/Spring 2014
What’s Up
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 20 Number 1, Winter 2014
Ice Fishing
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fiction Winter 2013 [o/e-pub]
Featuring winning writing by Tristen Chang, John Shortino, Chris Belden, Naima Lynch, Daniel C. Bryant, Susannah Carlson, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 99 Number 1, 2014
In additional to excellent essay, fiction, and poetry pieces, the first issue for 2014 includes announcement of annual prize winners, winners of the 2013 Marr Poetry Prize contest, and the annual kudos pages.
TSR 4 brings back people and compositions that have been lost for far too long. There’s a letter by William S. Burrough, a mysterious poetic masterpiece that may be Rimbaud’s, an interview with the nearly lost Damien Echols; also fiction by Franklin and Fennelly, nonfiction by Charles Portis, art by J.J. Cromer, and new literature from dozens of emerging writers.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Issue 3, December 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 4, 2014 online
This week, Atticus is proud to present the work of acclaimed poet Tom Hunley, whose interest in the intersection between pop culture and literary meaning shines through in this collection of poems. Also, don’t miss Hally Joseph’s quirky non-fiction piece, “An Open Letter to the Man Who Stole My Father’s Hash Brown at a McDonald’s in Panama.”
Your favorite literary magazine you haven’t yet read is now on Issue 6! We’ve got the winners of our Home contest: Rachel Nix’s poem “Kathryn” and M. Robert Fisher’s “Small Town Girl.” Plus, we’ve got work by Dan Sicoli, Ariana Den Bleyker, Jennifer Jackson Berry, Isaac Black, M.E. Riley, and Jennifer Martelli.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Issue 1, Spring/Summer 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Number 2, 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 12 Number 1, 2014
The stories in this issue are by turns surreal, scary, funny, sad, puzzling, and sweet—just like love. In “Raritan, New Jersey. 2012,” Jason Macias takes us galloping through equine dreams. Suzanne Samples introduces us to some mysterious “Things That Float.” Charlie Brown’s narrator gets “A Bad Case” of a surprisingly lively and entertaining venereal disease. And more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2014 online
The February 2014 issue of The Lake features poems by Alison Brackenbury, Tim J. Brennan, Randolph Bridgeman, Joyce S. Brown, Chloe N. Clark, Gregory Crosby, Tony Curtis, Bayleigh Fraser, CJ Giroux, Lennart Lundh, Maggie Mackay, MaryAnn McCarra-Fitzpatrick, Sean Prentiss, Melissa Seitz. Plus a review of Michael Symmons Roberts.
“Artificial Intelligence” features Edmundo Paz Soldan (fiction translated by Kirk Nesset), Jesse Goolsby, and Jack Garrett (fiction), as well as poetry by Charles Simic, Milan Orlic (translated by Zdravka Gugleta), and Christopher Buckley. The issue is a collection of work about “emotional posturing, defense mechanisms, protracted confessions, and a surprising bouquet of j’accuse themes and variations.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 4, 2014 online
Now that there is a thick layer of ice upon the surrounding sidewalks and the forecast calls for snow, we urge you, if you should be in the path of the monster, to stay indoors. Instead we ask you to read this piece at matchbook. It’s called “Serape” and it was written by Jess Arndt of New Herring Press.

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