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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 46 Number 3, Fall/Winter 2019

The Fall/Winter 2019 issue features fiction by Bryna Cofrin-Shaw; nonfiction by Jehanne Dubrow; and poetry by Paige Quiñones, Sawako Nakayasu, Hadara Bar-Nadav, and Emma Hine. Additional contributors include Mary Grimm, Oindrila Mukherjee, Franz Jørgen Neumann, Bill Capossere, Michael Anania, Bruce Bond, Lorna Dee Cervantes, Su Cho, Charlie Clark, Dorsey Craft, Walt Hunter, Daniel Lassell, Linda Dusso, John Yau, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2019

The new issue is here featuring work by Vicente Hernandez (cover art), Albert Goldbarth, Gary Fincke, Christopher Merrill, Jeanne Morel, and the winners from our 2019 Curt Johnson Prose Awards. Plus art from Jane Birdsall-Lander and Erik den Breejen, and much more.

The Fall 2019 issue features poems and fiction by: Ian Baaske, Matthew W. Baker, Clint Bentley, Adam Byko, Cheryl Dumesnil, Sara Eddy, Libby Heily, A. Grifa Ismaili, Lillian Johnson, Joshua Martin, Rachel Morgan, Stacey Park, Jessica Piazza, Curtis Smith, Stephen Tuttle, and Victor Yang. We hope that you will visit the website and enjoy the fall issue, as well as previous, archived issues.

Home sweet home! There is something very satisfying about coming back home after an absence. So open the door, make yourself a cup of tea and enjoy reading this selection of poems on a much loved theme. Work by Louis Gallo, Hélène Demetriades, Dan Overgaard, Craig Dobson, Sarah Brown Weitzman, Jane Blanchard, Ben Nardolilli, Amy Soricelli, Judith Russell, Stephen Kingsnorth, Miles Larmour, William Lennertz, Ian C. Smith, Ilse Pedler, Laynie Tzena, Colin Bancroft, Belinda Rimmer, Marian Christie, Daniel Bennett, Mantz Yorke, Peter W. Yaremko, and Dinesh Shihantha De Silva.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter-Summer 2019

This triple issue includes poetry by Danielle Weeks, Jessica Goodfellow, Marcus Jackson, Mark Neely, Emily Montgomery, Doug Ramspeck, Douglas Talley, Judith Roney, Lauren Swift, Z.D. Harrod, Jessica Harkins, Michael Boccardo, Rebecca Foust, Cindy King, John Hilla, Keith Flynn, Juan Parra, Angie Macri, Joe Delong, Raye Hendrix, Jason Barry, Emily August, Tyler Mills, Anna Tomlinson, Alison Reed, and many more; fiction by Elisabeth Hamilton, Vanessa Cuti, Lee Cole, Garret Keizer, Melanie Ritzenthaler, Lindsey Griffin, Robert Kerbec,, and Marvin Shackelford; and nonfiction by Ashley Jenkins, Lindsey Crittenden, Dan Rousseau, Barrie Jean Borich, Alison Townsend, Liz Blood, and Diane LeBlanc. Cover art by Bobby Need Adams.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19, 2019

This issue includes work by Alicia Askenase, Joe Baumann, Annie Christain, Patricia Cleary Miller, Keith Eisner, Kate Felix, Jenny Ferguson, Erin Flanagan, Michael T. Fournier, Jade Freeman, José Luis Gutiérrez, Sara Henning, Justin Herrmann, Christopher David Hopkins, George Kalamaras, Lillian King, Rainie Oet, A.R. Robins, Luke Rolfes, Kevin Sampsell, Richard Terrill, and Derek Updegraff.

Featuring the Robert Watson Literary Prize-winning story, Sarah Heying’s The Chair Kickers’ Tale, and Prize-winning poem, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha’s Miss Sahar Listens to Fairuz Sing ‘The Bees’ Path’, as well as an Editor’s Note from Terry L. Kennedy and new work from Kirsten Abel, Jessica Guzman Alderman, Nick Brown, Mia Caruso, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Lizzy Fox, Mary Grimm, Rebecca Gayle Howell, Peter Krumbach, Liz Marlow, Derek N. Otsuji, Samuel Piccone, Brook J. Sadler, Maya Salameh, Kirk Schlueter, Sharon Solwitz, and Mary B. Spalding.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 66, Winter 2019

The Winter 2019 issue of Rattle brings readers a diverse selection of poetry—from Grace Bauer’s “Unspeakable Elegy,” to Jasmin Roberts’ “Self-Selection for Preservation.” We’ve got form poems (James Reagan’s “The Bitters at Henley”), and poems whose titles are poems in themselves (“When Your Mother Asks You If You’re Seeing Anyone and No Longer Means a Therapist” by Cindy King). We also present the results of the 2019 Rattle Poetry Prize, including our 2019 winner, “Stroke” by Matthew Dickman, a poem so good it feels more like an experience than words on a page. Plus, Alan Fox sits down with Robin Coste Lewis for a conversation.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8, 2019

The New Guard Volume VIII is now available at our website! Support your favorite literary journal and read work by Fred Yu, Carol Smith, Katherine Rooks, Kristine Snow Millard, Chris Emerson, Tracy DeBrincat, Tanner Stening, Gwen Mullins Alegre, John Gillen, Michael Miller, Margo Orlando Littell, Diana Wiener, Heather Altfeld, David Cappella, Heidi Seaborn and more. Cover art by the amazing Josey Stephen Cary. Judged by Rick Moody and Patricia Smith.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 24 Issue 2, Fall/Winter 2019/2020

Our Fall/Winter 2019–2020 issue is here—just in time for Maine’s first snowfall! We are delighted to offer you featured poems by Sara Letourneau and Martin Willitts, Jr., showcase poetry by Maureen Ash, Peter Neil Carroll, Carol Grametbauer, and Dave Nielsen, bookend poetry by Lorraine Caputo and Mary Ann Mayer, and sixty other talented poetic voices including Robbie Gamble, Simon Perchik, and Neil Silberblatt.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 90, 2019

This issue includes an art feature by Laurie M. Goddard; essays by Rilla Askew, Elvis Bego, Sven Birkerts, Martha Cooley, Erica X Eisen, Becca Rothfeld, Clifford Thompson, and Jodie Noel Vinson; fiction by Olufunke Grace Bankole, Makie Blake, Maud Casey, Stephen Dixon, Genevieve Hudson, John Kinsella, Paula Köhlmeier, Mary Kuryla, Lavinia Liang, Billy O’Callaghan, and Crystal Wilkinson; hybrid by Brian Tierney; and poetry by Li Bai, Heather Christle, Jay Deshpande, Emily Fragos, Jenn Givhan, Gemma Gorga, Marilyn Hacker, Edward Hirsch, Peter LaBerge, Jill McDonough, David Mura, Erin O’Luanaigh, Kevin Prufer, Jayme Ringleb, Thom Schramm, Matthew Sumpter, Hope Wabuke, Noah Warren, Brian Wickers, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 77 Number 3, Summer 2019

This issue opens with postmodernist African-American painter and printmaker Emma Amos’ 1957 Antioch College senior paper about her education as an artist whose works are currently scheduled to go to the Smithsonian. Investigative reporter Jay Tuck’s “Mankind’s Greatest Challenge: Artificial Intelligence” is a well-founded call for caution in what has become the wild west of virtual reality. Mika Seifert’s “Old Timers” will send chills up your spine and “Coming in on Time” by Stuart Neville will have you reaching for tissues. Our poetry selection rounds out this issue that once again delivers the best words in the best order.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, 2019

"Everything Gets Worse' by John O'Connor. In winter of 1912, as Robert Falcon Scott was striving to be the first to reach the South Pole, six of his men, known as the Northern Party, became stranded on the Victoria Land coast for 17 months. In this story that ranges from north to south and from past to present, John O’Connor chronicles the group’s efforts to remain not only alive but sane at “Inexpressible Island," a 9' x 12’ enclosure they hacked out of the ice, where they remained through the long months of winter darkness.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Number 2, Fall 2019

This special issue brings readers ekphrastic poetry by Leo Touchet & Elizabeth Burk, John Zheng, George Drew, George Drew, Robert Gibb, Angela Ball, Theodore Eisenberg, Eleanor Lerman, Charles Rammelkamp, Bernadette Rule, Kelly Sievers, James Silas Rogers, Matthew Schmidt, Paul Lieber, Joel Long, Devon Balwit, Lance Nizami, Ted Millar, Amy Yanity, Kevin J. McDaniel, Susana H. Case, Matthew J. Spireng, Willaim Doreski, Erin Wilson, CJ Giroux, Jim Kacian, Richard Weaver, C. Liegh McInnis, Sarah Brown Weitzman, Yuliia Vereta, Lavinia Kumar, Hershman R. John, Jane Blanchard, Lois Baer Barr, Theodore Haddin, and more. Plus an essay on ekphrastic poetry by John J. Han, and five book reviews.

The Summer issue features paintings by Ann Gale, fiction by Colleen O'Brien, Weston Cutter, and Kathy Chao; essays by Samantha Libby, Chad Davidson, Ander Monson, Bonnie Costello, and Myles Weber; poetry by Mark Kraushaar, M. K. Foster, Courtney Queeney, Nancy Reddy, Mira Rosenthal, Jennifer Habel, Bob Hicok, Caleb Curtiss, Catherine Staples, Annette Oxindine, Bruce Bond, Richard Lyons, Carol Ann Davis, Albert Goldbarth, Fleda Brown, Kazim Ali, Lance Larsen, Mark Halliday, Stephen Gibson, Alex Thomas Turissini, Eamon Grennan, and Kevin Honold.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 6, November/December 2019

The Nov/Dec issue of the Kenyon Review is devoted to Literary Activism and guest edited by Rita Dove and John Kinsella. It features work by Caio Fernando Abreu, Jorgenrique Adoum, David Brooks, Sandra Cisneros, Bruna Dantas Lobato, Kwame Dawes, Carolyn Forché, Aminatta Forna, Adam Giannelli, Diane Glancy, Duriel E. Harris, Katherine M. Hedeen, Bob Hicok, Brenda Hillman, Nick Lantz, Nathaniel Mackey, So Mayer, David McCooey, Jennifer Militello, Laura Read, Víctor Rodríguez Núñez, Kim Scott, Melissa Studdard, Maria Takolander, and Eunice Tiptree.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 18, Fall 2019

Stories set in a haunted museum and on a rooftop in wartorn Iraq, essays on recreating the past, Ama Codjoe’s DISQUIET Prize-winning poem “Burying Seeds,” and more poems by Gail Mazur, Colin Channer, Chloe Martinez, and R. Zamora Linmark.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 24 Number 4, Fall 2019

In this issue, find fiction by BA Brown, Doug Hoekstra, James Kincaid, Scott Nadelson, and Tim Bascom; poetry by Cathryn Cofell, Brenton Booth, Stephen Gibson, Sam Burt, Cathryn Essinger, E. J. Evans, Cleo Griffith, Jay Jacoby, Linda Lamenza, Susanna Lang, Michael Lyle, Renea McKenzie, John Moessner, Steve Nickman, Jeff Newberry, Patrick T. Reardon , Ron Riekki, Sheila Ronsen, Jacalyn Shelley, Kayla Sargeson, Elizabeth Sylvia, D. R. James, Joanna White, B.J. Wilson, Chante Wolf, and more; and reviews by Luanne Castle, Terresa Haskew, Jeanne Julian, Carole Mertz, and Eric Weil. Plus, M. Scott Douglas interviews Cathryn Cofell, winner of the 2019 MSR Poetry Book Award.

In this issue, find poetry by Anthony Anaxagorou, Erika Meitner, Oliver de la Paz, Alexa Winik, Nancy Lee, Kiran Bath, Moon Bo Young (trans. Hedgie Choi), Khaty Xiong, Gabriella R. Tallmadge, sam sax, Heather Sellers, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Casey Thayer, Jakob Maier, Eileen Huang, Sam Taylor, Leyla Çolpan, Rebecca Bedell, Emily Pittinos, and Noah Baldino; prose by Kimberly Grey, Mariya Poe, Petur HK, Ben Loory, TR Brady, and Noor Hindi; interviews with Mary Ruefle by Lisa Grgas, Rachel Zucker by Donna Vorreyer, and Heather Christle with Sanna Wani. Plus, art by Johnny Damm, Ester Petukhova, Ifada Nisa, Juliet Di Carlo, and more.

In this issue: featured artist Chris Harris; poetry by Kim Stafford, Michele Rappoport, Laurinda Lind, and Jill Bronfman; nonfiction by Mary Clearman Blew, Rebecca Lawton, Craig Rullman, and Melissa Stephenson; fiction by John Knoll, Tyrone Jaeger, and Mike Connelly, and a book review of Milla van der Have’s Ghosts of Old Virginny by Shin Yu Pai.

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