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  • 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.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 2, 2013
Contributors to Cruel Garters No. 2 include Michael Earl Craig, Karen Skolfield, Amy King, Cal Freeman, Jerome Sala, and Jennifer L. Knox.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 24, Winter 2013
Revival Issue
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 24 Number 1, Winter 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, Winter 2013 – 2014 online
MadHat Annual, Issue 15 Eye On the World—Phenomenal poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, drama and multimedia. Arlene Ang, Amanda Auchter, Amy King, Hélène Cardona, Valerie Fox, Elaine Equi, Mary Kasimor, Terese Svoboda, Larissa Shmailo, Yuriy Tarnawsky, Bernd Sauermann, Katherine Soniat, John Amen, Susan Tepper, Meg Tuite, and Ben Mazer.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 20, 2014
We’ve published a new story by Jennifer Pashley. It’s called “Hangovers,” and it’s pretty amazing.
This is our last bi-annual issue before we shift to a smaller, monthly edition. Fittingly, an air of reflection and transformation, of apprehension and excitement, permeates Issue 5. Enjoy.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Issue 2, Winter 2013/2014
Hunger Issue
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 14, 2014
This week, Atticus Review features the work of Indiana’s Poet Laureate Karen Kovacik—a brilliant, lyrical writer that you don’t want to miss! Also explore two new poets of “place”, Steve Davenport and Susan Briante, in our Boo’s Hollow issue.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 4, 2014
Freedom, politics, government, human rights, war, equality, and the search for individual identity in an increasingly homogenized world—these ideas pervade The Surveillance Issue of apt just as they pervade our modern lives, sometimes covertly, sometimes plain as day. Featuring work by Kevin O’Cuinn, Krysten Hill, Nikola Petkovi?, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Number 1, January 2014 online
Special nonfiction-only issue featuring Terry Barr, Patricia Canright Smith, Patti Crouch, Eric A. Gordon, Ken Lamberton, Tom Leskiw, Scott Russell Morris, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Carly Sachs, Yvette A. Schnoeker-Shorb, Steven Sher, and Christine Stewart-Nu
In this, our 25th issue of Chtenia, we devote our pages to Moscow. From lyrical tributes by the bard of Moscow, Bulat Okudzhava, to some of the oldest traveler’s memoirs, to stories of murder, childhood, NEP and thievery, this is one of our most eclectic, exciting issues ever.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 1 Issue 1, Winter 2013 online
Driftwood Press’ debut issue was edited by James McNulty, Jerrod Schwarz, Rebecca Jensen, Jessica Tabor, and Claire Stephens. It features work from the brilliant minds of Chloe Clark, Gerard Sarnat, Constantine Mountrakis, Stephen McClurg, Tom Liskey, Holly Day, C.G. Fewston, Lawrence Broer, Richard Kostelanetz, Sara Jones, and many others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 79, Fall 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 23, Winter 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 2, Winter Solstice 2013 online online
Up-and-coming and established authors tell tales of ecological strife, failures and successes, and visions of what has yet to come. The poetry and prose found in this issue gives new and exciting insight into issues distinctly Kudzu.
Publishing the best in literature, art, and public affairs for more than 50 years, The Massachusetts Review is happy to announce its Winter issue, featuring new poetry and prose by John Ashbery, Martin Espada, and Violet Kupersmith, and previously unpublished work by Italo Calvino.

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