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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,
This theme of this issue is Sacred Words.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 24, Spring 2014
The smallest litmag in the known galaxy, Inch, returns with a short story, “Always,” by Daniel Wallace and two poems by Rosalynde Vas Dias. Still only a dollar.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 32, 2014
Nine stories in this issue by William Davey, John Wheatcroft, G.D. McFetridge, Bruce Douglas Reeves, Khan Ha, Landon Houle, Lee Oleson, Rene
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 18, 2014 online
A new story at matchbook today is called “Socialites.” Matt Runkle wrote it. His work has made some good rounds (The Collagist, Beecher’s, Monkeybicycle, Wigleaf anyone?), and we’re proud to have something too.
“What is Digital Art?” includes contributions from scholars and artists working digitally across a wide range of projects and disciplines: literary criticism, physics, performance art, audio documentary, music, languages, graphic design, computer science, letterpress, visual art, history, anthropology, archeology, and communication theory. A QR code takes readers to online supplements.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34 Number 1, Spring 2014
Highlights include: Chris Duffy’s interview with Chris Gethard; Alex Ronan’s conversation with I Love Dick writer Chris Kraus; Abby Koski’s with Dossie Easton, co-author of The Ethical Slut; a new poem, “Perhaps You See Where I Am Heading,” by Michael Earl Craig; an essay on “Hustler Scholars” by Sofi Thanhauser; new short stories by Mika Taylor and Lindsey Drager.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 16, Spring 2014
Features interviews with Eimear McBride and Donal Ryan, poems by Abriana Jette, Paul Lieber and Dennis Lee, as well as the winners of the Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize, and stories by Mark O’Flynn and Billie Travalini. And some amazing artwork by David Paul Costello and Cesar Santos, among others.
Featuring Hugh Graham The Street; Larry Mathews Review of Don McKay: The Shell of the Tortoise; An Interview with Ian Colford; Lori Hahnel The Unchanging Sea; Plus Living Oceans, Moonshots, Birthday Cakes, Rats, Gloee, and More
Local / Express: Asian American arts and Community: 90s NYC
Atticus Review presents an eclectic and vivid collection of flash, poetry and short fiction in this week’s “Ghosts” issue, and don’t miss the second installment of “Oxidane: A Tapestry Novel” by Nicole Matos.
Over 100 digital pages, featuring an immediate classic from Daniel Woodrell, the PEN-winning author of “Winter’s Bone,” as well as work by the very talented Joseph Lucido, Richard Mark Glover and Elen Cox. Check out the debut of our new appendix “The Tail End” for interviews with Stephen Graham Jones, prolific author of weird fiction, and Julie Anand, visual artist.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 3, 2014
Contributors include Jennifer L. Knox, Amanda Watters, John Bradley, Sheila E. Murphy, Michael Earl Craig, and F. Daniel Rzicznek.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 16, 2014 online
Featuring work by Elizabeth McGrath, D. Scot Miller, Gary Geddes, Maung Chaw Nwe, Kate Robinson, Sarah Messer, Samiya Bashir, Carrie Hunter, Vassily Kandinsky, Amy Lawless, Mary Burger, Cassandra Dallett, Dan Encarnacion, Quintan Ana Wikswo, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Number 1, Winter 2014

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