- Linked Title decomP
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date January/February 2018
Welcome to the January/February 2018 issue of decomP, featuring new work by Heike Anan, Salvatore Difalco, Kim Hagerich, Ian Haight, Mina Khan, Eleanor Levine, Jacqueline May, Bradley K Meyer, Curt Saltzman, Katie Schmid, Marvin Shackelford, Susan Tacent, Mikael Takacs, and Richard Weaver.
- Linked Title Iron Horse Literary Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Number 5, 2017
Single Author Issue: "A Guest of the Program: Stories" by Christopher Lowe
- Linked Title Little Star
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 7, 2017
This issue features work by Michael Kimball, Aaron Their, April Bernard, Les Murray, Robert Wrigley, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Cynan Jones, Tadeusz Dabrowski, Gro Dahle, Susan Wheeler, Anthony Madrid, Robert Wrigley, Derek Walcott, Josefine Klougart, Maria Stepanova (translated by Sasha Dugdale), Friedrich Hölderlin (translated by Bruce Lawder), Michael Palmer, Nina Bogin, Barry Gifford, Mary Jo Salter, Rosanna Warren, Serhiy Zhadan, more.
- Linked Title Words Without Borders
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2018
International Graphic Novels: Volume 7
- Linked Title Ploughshares
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 4, Winter 2017-2018
Poetry and Prose
- Linked Title The Sewanee Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 126 Number 1, Winter 2018
Featuring letters from Tennessee Williams: "In a time full of the terrible failures of men, you have a right to your deep pride"; An interview with John Jeremiah Sullivan; Essays by Michael Dickman and Merritt Moseley; Stories by Alix Ohlin and Celia Bell; Poetry by Mary Ruefle, and Rebecca Wolff.
- Linked Title Ibbetson Street
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 42, December 2017
In this issue of Ibbetson Street we have poetry by John Skoyles, Lee Sharkey, Richard Hoffman, Dennis Daly and more. There is art by Bridget Galway, and photography by Jennifer Matthews, and Ed Meek. Also included: a review of David Rivard's Standoff by Dennis Daly
- Linked Title Louisiana Literature
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34 Number 2, 2017
Louisiana Literature 34.2 is a special prose issue featuring work by Michael Avery, Joseph Bathanti, Khanh Ha, Mickey Revenaugh, and others. The issue also contains the winner of the 2017 Tennessee Williams Festival short story contest, Courtney Sender.
- Linked Title Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 34, February 2018
This issue features poetry from 19 writers, as well as a review of Something Yet to Be Named by Kersten Christianson.
- Linked Title Shot Glass Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 24, February 2018
Shot Glass Journal Issue #24 represents talented poets from Australia, Bahamas, Bulgaria, Canada, China, France, India, Ireland, Kenya, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, the UK and US poets. Within this issue readers will find free verse and form poetry from young and emerging poets as well as award-winning poets, with a variety of style, form, and voice.
- Linked Title Arkansas Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Issue 3, December 2017
Quapaw & Osage Removal. "We're Good People,” "The Hawk," & "Needles." Kolin: Interview and New Poetry.
- Linked Title Bull & Cross
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, January 2018
The January issue of Bull & Cross includes three great stories from Michael Verderber, Vivian Wagner, and Simeon Ralph! Grab a coffee and check out these tales of depravity, optimism, and sound engineering!
- Linked Title Conduit
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 28, Winter 2018
Gut Feeling: The Intuition Issue
- Linked Title Grain Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 2, Winter 2018
New Writing By: Klara Du Plessis, Steven Ross Smith, and Russell Thornton. Artwork By: Kathryn MacNaughton
- Linked Title Jersey Devil Press
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 97, January 2018
Through the magic of the stories in Issue Ninety-Seven, you can start a simple yet unsettling job with us and hold our hand as we leap from a burning building. After you accompany us on a bizarre audition, we'll all get a whole garden's worth of tattoos. On the way home, we'll stop by Einstein Owl's treehouse for tea.