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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 9, 2013
Featuring an interview with Bernadette Mayer by Deborah Poe plus new work by: Russell Jaffe, Elizabeth Guthrie, Joseph Cooper, Julia Bloch, Stephanie Anderson, Kevin Varrone, Bruce McRae, Cindy St. John, Amelia Bentley, Stan Mir, Cynthia Atkins, Leora Fridman, Matt Reeck, Toby Altman, Linda Russo and Nico Vassilakis.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, Winter/Spring 2014
Music, disappearing, tying knots, sex, Mo Udall, crabs, West Virginia, and Oedipus are some of the patterns in Free State Review’s Winter/Spring 2014 issue, featuring work by WWII bomber navigator Edward Field, the mighty mighty Liz Hazen, and the first story published by legendary NYC club rocker Lonesome Val.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 2, Winter 2014
Featuring the winners of the 2012 Short Grain Contest, “Matchbook” sizzles with themes of pain and recovery. Artwork by Neil Farber and Michel Dumontier, our favourite sadpoles. New poetry by George Elliott Clarke, fiction by Dave Margoshes, and nonfiction by Chris Tarry.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 19, 2014 online
Read Ann Bogle’s micro fiction called Robins. It’s short and amazing.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 40 Issue Number 188, January 2014
“The Remains” by Laura Spence-Ash
In this issue celebrating art in numerous mediums, we have interviews dealing with identity and the power of words from different perspectives (USA Today and NYT best-selling author Melanie Benjamin and celebrated artist and Simon and Schuster author Margot Datz), two inspirational short films, gripping special features, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, Winter 2013
Features artwork by J. P. Donleavy, interview with novelist Belinda McKeon, poems by Mary D Lucia, Omar Sabbagh and Frank Dullaghan, stories by Liam Cagney and Mike McCormack and details of the Moth International Short Story Prize.
The 2 Bridges Review is a stunningly designed, Brooklyn-based (City Tech/CUNY) print annual featuring established writers and compelling newcomers. Editors George Guida (poetry), Rita Ciresi (fiction), and Kate Falvey (nonfiction, photos and artwork) meld disparate styles and voices into an evocative, book-length whole. Issue 3 features poems by Meena Alexander, William Stobb, Kelli Allen, Haki Madhubuti, Elaine Sexton, Dean Kostos and an interview with Stephen Dunn.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, Winter 2014 online
Our latest issue features poems, prose, nonfiction, and photography from award winning and debut authors alike. Confusion, disgust, and sympathy will mix a strange cocktail as you read of the sudden and deliberate actions taken in moments of love, retribution, mental illness, or apathetic curiosity.
  • 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.

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