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In this issue: Terrance Hayes with “American Sonnet for My Past and Future Assassin,” Ada Limon with “Almost Forty” and other poems, and interview with Bruce Smith by Eric Berlin. Plus, poems by Kaveh Akbar, and Piotr Florczyk on Susan Stewart. New poems by Bob Hicok, Ginger Ko, Alicia Jo Rabins, and Dean Young.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Number 3, Summer 2017 online

Our Summer 2017 issue features work from the talented Reggie Mills, Stephen Hundley, Mark Heydon, Kyle Ross, Betsy Johnson-Miller, Jacob Fidoten, Michael Foran, Danelle Lejeune, Stephanie Porven, Daniela Matei, Dakota Galvin, Rachel J. Bennett, Elisabeth Sharber, Bort, Thomas Teceira, Jason Kerzinski, and Nicholas J.J. Smith. Cover by Bort.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1, Spring 2017

In the Spring 2017 issue of The Florida Review, read our Editors' Awards winners from 2016 —Derek Palacio, Rebekah Taussig, and Paige Lewis—plus more on what it means to be mother, father, child, sibling, niece, aunt caretaker, dog lover, art lover, betrayed lover, guardian angel, and more.

The July issue of Gemini Magazine, featuring the winners of our eighth annual Short Story Prize, can now be read online. In first place: “Epiphany on the E Train” by Alyssa Metcalfe. In second place: “Bones, Burns & Bedpans” by Saffron Marchant. Honorable mentions: “The Red Apron in Heaven” by Tammy Lee, “Love Rhyme Number 51” by Edward Alban, and “Matriarch” by Fern Lee. Plus poetry by Eva-Maria Sher and Ann Minoff, and flash fiction by John Brantingham.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 4, July/August 2017

This issue features fiction by Charles Johnson, Alix Ohlin, Elizabeth Wetmore, and Kevin Wilson; poetry by Rae Armantrout, Christopher Childers, Marilyn Hacker, Albert Goldbarth, Lawrence Joseph, Derek Mong, Eric Pankey, Meghan O'Rourke, Sam Sax, Grace Schulman, and Shuzo Takiguchi (translated by Mary Jo Bang and Yuki Tanaka); nonfiction by Robert Hahn, Wyatt Prunty, and Jeffrey Meyers, and more.

In the Summer 2017 issue, find a novel excerpt from Sergio Chejfec translated by Margaret Carson, Sashi Tharoor with “Nehru’s Relevance in India Today,” and “The Litte White Notice,” a story by Alexandra Berková translated by Corine Tachtiris. Also in this issue: poetry by Dean Young and Laura Paul Watson, fiction by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton and A. Medvedenko, and nonfiction by Tabish Khair.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 210 Number 4, July/August 2017

This special issue of Poetry is the product of a new partnership between the magazine and the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center. Find work by Ocean Vuong, Chen Chen, Rajiv Mohabir, Hoa Nguyen, Kazim Ali, Khaty Xiong, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Zubair Ahmed, Cathy Linh Che, Kimiko Hahn, John Yau, Sarah Gambito, Li-Young Lee, and many more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 29 Number 2, Summer 2017

THEMA's Summer 2017 issue is themed "Second Thoughts" and features photography by Eleanore Leonne Bennett, Eric Rawson, and Kathleen Gunton. Also in this issue is writing by Cherie Bowers, Norbert Petsch. Rodney Torreson. Ted Duke, Susannah M. Wilson, Sky Andrews Gerspacher, Denise Dalfino, Dick Slater, Helmi Ben Meriem, Robert Wooten, Marshall Riggan, Susie Berg, Linda Tyler, Margo Peterson, Judith Overmier, Mariyln E. Johnston, Kitty-Lydia Dye; Matthew J. Spireng, Jim Hart, and a cartoon by Devyani Borade. 

In the June 2017 issue, find flash by Linda Ferguson, C.D. White, Cath Barton, Doug Hoekstra, John B. Mahaffie, Geraldine McCarthy, Teddy Kimathi, Sam Smith, A. Rooney, Lynne M. Hinkey, Paul Beckman, Pamela Scott, Regina Cash-Clark, Adam Kluger, Richard Baldasty, and Catulle Mendes translated by Patricia Worth.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date July 2017 online

The July issue of The Lake is now online featuring Siegfried Baber, Nels Hanson, William Ogden Haynes, Alison Jones, Julia knobloch, Gary Leising, Beth McDonough, Maren O. Mitchell, Ronald Moran, John L. Stanizzi, Grant Tarbard, Judith Taylor, Laynie Tzena. Reviews of Rosemary Badcoe’s Drawing a Diagram and Gram Joel Davies’ Bolt Down This Earth.

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In the latest issue of The Meadow you'll find poetry by Robert Wrigley, Lisa Lewis, David Kirby, Susan Deer Cloud, Adrian C. Louis, Bob Hicok, Amy Marengo, Sean Prentiss, Ciara Shuttleworth, SJ Dunning as well as prose by Megan Padilla, Rebecca Eckland, John Robinson, and Laurie Stone. Plus, a beautiful cover by Richard Moore.

While we don’t select themes for our issues, occasionally a theme will emerge anyway, the work we have this month continually directs attention to the natural world or universe. Find art by Monica Stewart, fiction by Emily Alice Katz, nonfiction by Abi Newhouse, and poetry by Rebecca Durham. Additional imagery by William C. Crawford, David Sapp, and Jeanie Tomanek.

NER 38.2 considers revolutionaries and spring breakers, adopted languages and genders, and hypnotizes us with lilacs and the mysteries of fiction. Nonfiction sees Clarence Orsi attempting to step outside of gender; Hannah Arendt investigating revolutions; Barrett Swanson reporting from Florida; Ben Miller burying his nose in the lilacs of poetry; and a long poem by Gjertrud Schnackenberg looking back at Sharbat Gula. Plus, fiction by Steve Almond, Yoon Choi, Ismet Prcic, Laura Spence-Ash; poetry by Gabrielle Bates, Bruce Beasley, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, Marianne Boruch, Leila Chatti, Geri Doran, James McCorkle, Cheswayo Mphanza, Hai-Dang Phan, Catherine Pierce, Gjertrud Schnackenberg, Chase Twichell; Jerzy Ficowski translated by Jennifer Grotz and Piotr Sommer; and cover art by Jane Davies.

This issue, themed “The African Literary Hustle,” features work by Adefolami Ademola, D.M. Aderibigbe, Akin Adesokan, Unoma Azuah, Adil Babikir, TJ Dema, Dilman Dila, Novisi Dzitrie, Saddiq Dzukogi, Safia Elhillo, Lind Grant-Oyeye, Stacy Hardy, Tsitsi Jaji, Yejide Kilanko, N.S. Koenings, Rasaq Malik, Sada Malumfashi, Bernard Farai Matambo, Bwesigya Bwa Mwesigire, Mukoma Wa Ngugi, Tee Ngugi, Ngwah-Mbo Nana Nkweti, Iheoma Nwachukwu, Diana Nyakyi, Olufunke Ogundimu, Salawu Oladjide, Stephen Derwent Partington, Abdelaziz Baraka Sakin, A. Samwel, Unathi Slasha, Makambo Tshionyi, Obi Calvin Umeozor, Lynnda Wardle, and Athol Williams.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 72, July 2017 online

In this month’s Featured Selection, read poetry by Klaus Merz, translated and introduced by Marc Vincenz. Adam Tavel reviews Patricia Smith’s Incendiary Art and Mark Scroggins comments on Poetry as Wallpaper. In poetry, read work by Zhu Zhu translated by Dong Li, Terese Svoboda, Lloyd Schwartz, Kristina Bicher, Jonathan Weinert, Jennifer L. Knox, Jane Springer, Gerald Stern, Floyd Skloot, Don Bogen, Anatoly Kudryavitsky, and Amit Majmudar. 

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 9, 2017

“Resurrection” by Rebeca Dunn-Krahn. After a family member, a friend, and string of pets die within the span of a few months, Rebeca Dunn-Krahn and her family are finding grief exhausting. When one of their chickens starts exhibiting strange symptoms, they do everything they can to keep from having to suffer through yet another death. Can they defy the adage, "a sick chicken is a dead chicken"?

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 4, June 2017 online

The fourth issue of Foundry features cover art by Yolanda del Amo. In writing, find poetry by Maureen Alsop, Elisa Gonzalez, Emma Bolden, Bo Schwabacher, Michelle Lin, and more. Poetry by Brionne Janae, John Allen Taylor, and Cynthia Manick are also found in the issue, the three poets later answering five questions in conversation.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 99, Summer 2017

In Brick 99, you’ll find the latest from Don DeLillo, Pura López Colomé, Shailja Patel, and Johanna Skibsrud. Our Summer 2017 issue also features a conversation with Viet Thanh Nguyen, poetry by Natalie Shapero and Yusuf Saadi, a portfolio of Kent Monkman’s decolonizing artwork, and fiction in translation by Antonio Di Benedetto. Erica Johnson Debeljak goes on her first journeys as a widow; Mustapha Safadieh remembers a firefight in Abra; Mark Anthony Jarman rescues a Croatian Madonna; Valerie Miles charts Bolaño’s America; Joni Murphy seeks a new language for memorials; and Janet Hong dives with the haenyeo.

Continuing to celebrate our 40th anniversary, the spring issue features poetry, fiction, nonfiction, drama, and writing for children chosen by editors under the age of 40. Contributions by writers such as Chelsea Dingman, Alan Chazaro, Jerelle Kraus, Hannah Rego, Ricardo Soltero-Brown, Jonathan Weinert, and many others.

The latest issue of the Paterson Literary Review is #45 (2017) and its 356 pages includes work by Jan Beatty, Martin Espada, Jim Haba, Joe Weil, Laura Boss, Marge Piercy and many others. As always, the issue includes the winning and honorable mention poems for that year's Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award.

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