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This issue features poets from Australia, Canada, Greece, India, Ireland, Mariana Islands, Netherlands, Nigeria, New Zealand, Philippines, Sweden, Turkey, the UK, and the US. The poetry in Issue #12 represents a range of poets from undergraduate students to retirees; from novice first-time published poets to award winning, established poets.
Sinister Wisdom 91 is a joint release: an issue of Sinister Wisdom and a trade paperback. Living as a Lesbian is Cheryl Clarke’s paean to lesbian life. Living as a Lesbian by Cheryl Clarke, co-published with A Midsummer Night’s Press, is the second book in a new series, Sapphic Classics.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2014
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 27, 2013
 
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 14, 2014 online
Anak Sastra’s 14th issue features stories about travelling with family members in Malaysia by Kawika Guillermo; a behind-the-scenes look at a post-war hospital in Vietnam by Kristin Ronzi; reflections on a Third-World tourist paradise in the Philippines by Annette Greene; the challenges surrounding an international career move to Malaysia, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 2, January 28, 2014 online
Don’t miss the “Performance” issue, featuring flash, short fiction and poetry by Jan Maher, Kelly Goss, Jimmy Pappas, and J. Scott Bugher. Also, a hauntingly honest piece from Ryan Rydzewski, “Mortality in Six Acts.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 4, Winter 2013 - 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1, Winter 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 16, Fall 2013
The Migration Issue
A theme of ending and renewal is appropriate for what will be our final issue. In futuristic stories debris cascades back to earth from outer space while humans and animals run wild together; in personal stories relationships self-destruct and are reborn. Whatever else happens, people slip from life to death with freedom and hope for something more.
Featuring work by Gabor G Gyukics, Bobbi Lurie, Reagan K Reynolds, Daniel Connelly, Mai Van Phan, Liz Axelrod, Willy Nywening, Peycho Kanev, Alain Gonzalez, Stefanie Levine Cohen, Berwyn Moore, Jane Otto, Susan Hodara, Kelly DuMar, Stella Vinitchi Radulescu, M. P. Jones IV, Sandra K Woodiwiss, Laura Eppinger, Davide Trame, and more.
This issue includes work by Roger Camp, Clarence Wolfshohl, Philippe Shils, Jose Araguz, Amanda Oaks, Paul Dickey, Jeff Streeby, Weldon H. Sandusky, Matthew Thompson, Larry D. Thomas, Wade Bentley, Susan Solomon, Brad Rose, Mark Danowsky, Roy Scarbrough, Luis Cuauht
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 36 Number 1, Fall 2013
This winter, read about love in personal essays by Gary Gildner, Josh McCall, and Angie Kim. The latest issue of The Southern Review also features fiction by six writers, including a new horse-racing story by Andrew Plattner and Lydia Conklin’s coming-of-age story set on a miniature, makeshift Oregon Trail.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34 Number 1, Winter 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 21, 2014 online
Atticus Review brings you a hauntingly beautiful fiction issue, featuring the work of Michael J. Siedlinger and the authors of Civil Coping Mechanisms. Also, meet our new Book Review editor Mark Cronin! He brings us an honest and evocative introduction, as well as an initial review of Juliet Escoria’s Black Cloud.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 45, Winter 2014 online
Our January 2014 Issue comes roaring out of the Polar Vortex with snow-melting, hand-warming essays from Ayse Papatya Bucak, Sarah Beth Childers, Diane Seuss, Gary Fincke, Joey Franklin, Thaddeus Gunn, Kelly Morse, Amy Monticello, Heather Sellers, Ravi Shankar, Alison Townsend, Nicole Stellon O’Donnell, Craig Reinbold, Ethel Rohan, and Jordan Wiklund.
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