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Poets: Yvonne Rainer, Judy Grahn, Joy Ladin, kathryn l pringle, Carla Petree, Hannah Baker-Siroty, Flower Conroy, E.F. Schraeder, Seree Cohen Zohar, Debra Revere, Daniel Meltz, Risa Denenberg, Laura Davies Foley. Dancers: Yvonne Rainer, Carolyn Boll, Elizabeth Streb, LAVA, Lauren Warnecke, Anne Gadwa, Jennifer Monson, Ireni Stamou, Lucinda Childs, Stephanie Skura.
We proudly present the work of Jason Braun, Tim Conley, Kim Farleigh, Sue Granzella, Carolyn Kraus, Matthew P. Mayo, Matthew Zanoni M
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date November 25, 2013 online
We don’t often have such a bounty at matchbook at any given time but today is different. We invite you to read these six pieces by rob mclennan in succession as they are mapped out or in any way you see fit, in an order that only math can constrain.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 23, Fall 2013 online
The Puritan is proud to announce the release of its twenty-third issue, Fall 2013: a behemoth assemblage of fiction, poetry, interviews, reviews, and the jaw-dropping winning entries to our 2012 Thomas Morton Memorial Prize! Scope out Aurora Brackett’s award-winning short story, “The Edge of Mercury,” and Nathan Slinker’s prize-nabbing poem, “New Pastoral.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15 Number 4, November 2013 online
One of the fiction pieces—“The Rest Was Easy”—may be disturbing to some readers. It certainly disturbed me, but we published it because of its literary quality. On the other hand, the story “Reader, I Divorced Him: Famous Literary Couples Untie the Knot” and the poem “Metaphor Zoo” are very funny.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, 2013 online
In this issue: Edward Gauvin translating Eug
Featuring Marlena Chertock, Dan Pinkerton, Dan Ferrara, Jeff Encke, Marie Abate, Quinn White, James Grinwis, Hanna Elson, and Joseph Harms.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34, Fall 2013
How to Change the World?
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 56 Number 3, Early Fall 2013
Featuring Kathleen Ossip, Eamon Grennan, and Daniil Kharms, Gines Cutillas, James Hanna, and Will Pewitt. “Cry baby embodies . . . the friction that crackles between drama queen and pastor (and) turns out to be somewhat blunt and occasionally violent. Like a love song that calls you names because you are a terrible, inexperienced, transparently manipulative cry-er, but loves you anyway.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Number 4, Fall 2013
This Metonymic Chain
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 29, 2013 online
This inaugural online issue features Adele Ne Jame, Allen Qing Yuan, Andrew Blood, D.M. Aderibigbe, Danielle Sellers, Florence Weinberger, Goro Takano, Jennifer Wallace, and more.
“The Oddness that Owns Us”: this is our strangest issue yet. A mysterious bird plays grim reaper, demons threaten to conquer the world, people turn into mollusks and poison each other, a giant toad controls a small town’s fate, and aliens manipulate science fiction writers to do their bidding.
It features: interviews with comedian John Hodgman, and writers Charles Baxter and Sarah Manguso; new poems by L.S. Klatt, and others; new fiction by Hannah Pass, and others; “Dear Joshua”: a last letter to the late Joshua Casteel by Mary Margaret Alvarado; and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 33, November 12, 2013 online
If you missed it, explore last week’s “Beauty” Issue, featuring flash fiction, poetry, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48, Autumn/Winter 2013
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date November 11, 2013 online
At matchbook right now is a small piece of prose by Adam Moorad. It is called “Dying Cowboys.” That’s a pretty good title. It’s a pretty fun piece of writing too. That’s what we’re here for. Right?
Issue Four of the museum of americana is now live and boasts new prose by Alison Stine, Jeanne Lyet Gassman, and Rachel King; poetry by Glen Armstrong, Kevin Heaton, Kathleen Kirk, Holly Painter, Dana Robbins, and Maria Terrone; and photography by Mike Chervinko.
In this issue: poems by Gillian Devereux, Maggie Golston, Kathleen Hellen, David McAleavey, and Nate Pritts. You’ll also find Pushcart-winning writer Marc Watkins’ story about a backwoods marriage and the compromises of queer life in rural America, and a story by David Vardeman featuring illustrations by Harriet Burbeck.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 19, Fall 2013
A portrait of Ernst Weiss by his friends, enemies, and critics, including Franz Kafka, Stefan Zweig and the author himself; Yiyun Li on time; Goli Taraghi in Tehran; Robert Sullivan on the invisible ecology of cities; Jorie Graham and Rosanna Warren translate Patrizia Cavalli; fiction by Tom Drury and Sandro Veronesi; poetry by Kimiko Hahn and Robert Fernandez; and introducing J. Scott Smith.

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