NewPages.com is news, information, and guides to literary magazines, independent publishers, creative writing programs, alternative periodicals, indie bookstores, writing contests, and more.

NewPages Magazine Stand Archive

More recent issues of literary magazines

All new issue announcements are supplied by their publishers.

 

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16 Number 1, Winter 2013-2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15 Number 3, 2013
This issue of Five Points launches a new feature called “Hot Rocks” that will explore the intersection of music and poetry. Our first installment includes poems by Kim Addonizio accompanied by woodcuts by Charles Johnson as well as essays by Ernest Suarez & Mike Matheson, T.R. Hummer & Billy Cioffi.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 50 Number 5, December 2013
“Lance Olsen: The Art of the New”
Latin, Mayan, Danish, Filipino, Occitan, Portuguese, French, Puerto Rican and Mexican poetry with facing English translation; work by English-language poets; and an essay on translating and conversing poetically with 16-th century Punjabi Sufi poet-saint, Shah Hussein.
Not only is this our first issue of 2014, but it’s JDP’s FIFTIETH(!) issue, which is rather amazeballs for an online speculative fiction magazine, we think. In order to help you create a suitable party atmosphere, we have put together a soundtrack in the form of recommended song pairings for each story.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 8, 2014 online
Right now at matchbook, Sam Martone has a story called “The Cave Where Your Father Dies,” and it is fantastic. Please take a gander.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 186, Volume 10 Number 38, December 2013
“Mastermind” by Jen Fawkes
Featuring the work of Molly Gaudry, Lena Smoot, Tori Telfer, Andrea Kneeland, Kyle Hemmings, Allie Marini Batts, and Louis Bourgeois. Original art from Eric Fan, Tammy Ruggles, Sarah Katharina KayB, Dyanna Dimick, and Meagan Trott.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Numbers 180-181, Fall 2013 - Winter 2014
This issue marks Sugar House Review’s four-year anniversary, and includes work by Lynnell Edwards, Sandra L. Faulkner, Randall R. Freisinger, Hillary Gravendyk, Kate Greenstreet, Gary Jackson, and an eclectic mix of many more great poets.
Featuring great fiction by Miljenko Jergovi?, Semezdin Mehmedinovi?, Muharem Bazdulj, Karim Zaimovi?, Melina Kameri?, Nenad Veli?kovi?, Faruk Šehi?, Ismet Prcic, Alma Lazarevska, Igor Štiks, Ajla Terzi?, and Saša Staniši?, with an essay on the filmmaker Aida Begi?, a review of Aleksandar Hemon’s Book of My Lives, and art by Aldin Popaja.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Issue 1, Winter 2013
 
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 126, Winter 2013-2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3, Fall 2013
Contributors in this issue include Robert McGuill, Richard Dokey, Geeta Kothari, Paul Crenshaw, Ronlyn Domingue, Erin Coughlin Hollowell, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Terry L. Kennedy, and Sally Rosen Kindred.
The second issue of Buffalo Almanack, a new online quarterly of unconventional fiction and photography. Features include underpantless boyfriends, defensive superhero blog rants, Spanish street photography and new stories from the editors of BULL: Men’s Fiction and Midwestern Gothic.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Winter 2013 online
East Coast Ink’s inaugural issue hosts the theme, “New Again.” Featuring poets, authors, photographers, and artists from all over the coast, this issue is all about what it really means to be new, again. All over again.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, Fall/Winter 2013 online
The issue features fiction by Eva Sandoval, David Parker Jr., and Keith Rebec; nonfiction by Anna Schachner, artwork by R.R. Vagnini, and poetry by Eric Pankey, Stella V. Radulescu, Mel Kenne, and many others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 4, Late 2013
MAR’s translation chapbook series continues with work from Cuban poet Ernesto Diaz-Rodriguez, translated by Ricardo Pau-Llosa. This issue also features 2013 Fineline contest winner Jennifer S. Cheng, stories by Jennifer Murvin and Colleen Hollister, and poems by G.C. Waldrep, Daniel Bourne, Christopher Kempf, and Chelsea Wagenaar.
newpages-footer-logo

We welcome any/all Feedback.