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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2019

Short stories by and interviews with Becky Mandelbaum, JP Kemmick, Chelsey Grasso, and J.E. McCafferty; new poetry by Matt McBride, Suzannah Russ Spaar, Rachel Kaufman, Bill Neumire, and Holly Wren Spaulding; and nonfiction by E.E. Hussey, Sara Mang, and Brandi Bradley. Additional features include our Decline/Accept section with “Get Your Feet Wet” by Peter Beckstrom, a “One to Watch” interview with Devi S. Laskar by Sejal H. Patel, and illustrations by Justin Burks.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall/Winter 2018

Ecotone's Body Issue offers poetry, stories, and essays that explore all kinds of ways of being in a body—human and beyond human—and the ways our bodies are touched by culture, the environment, and politics. In this issue you'll find poems from Patricia Smith, Benjamin Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, and January Gill O'Neil; Leah Hampton’s story featuring the haunted Blue Ridge Parkway; Julia Ridley Smith’s essay on inheriting her father's prosthetic leg; Arisa White’s essay on finding identity in NYC’s queer clubs; and our first dance feature, with text and images from choreographer Rosie Herrera's stunning dance works, including Tropical Depression, our cover.

Special feature on Latinx writers guest edited by Nicole Oquendo. In this celebratory issue, we showcase the work of 25 Latinx authors and artists, including Michael Betancourt, George Choundas, Maria Esquinca, Ariel Francisco, Alana de Hinojosa, Karl Michael Iglesias, Ivonne Lamazares, Sara Lupita Olivares, Michael J. Pagán, Juan Carlos Reyes, Valorie K. Ruiz, Pedro Ponce, Alfonso Soto, Pascha Sotolongo, and Trinity Tibe. The issue also includes work by 20 additional writers, including Linda Bamber, Christopher Citro, Afsheen Farhadi, Madelyn Garner, Jesse Goolsby, Victoria Kelly, Mary Pauline Lowry, Kevin Phan, David Tucker, and Jane Varley.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2019 online

This month’s Featured Selection includes work by Stephanie Birt, as well as an interview with the poet about her newest collection Advice From the Lights. Chard DeNiord writes on “The Other” in our Essays & Comment section, and Ilias Bistolas reviews Z213: EXIT by Dimitris Lyacos. Poetry by Claire Malroux, Jose-Flore Tappy, Sharon Dolin, Patrick Donnelly, Sandra McPherson, John A. Nieves, Lydia Davis, and more.

New flash fiction by Paul Ratner, Donaji Olmedo translated by Toshiya Kamei, Frank Dullaghan, Salvatore Difalco, Lisa Kenway, Sydney Wright, Chad W. Lutz, Miguel Gardel, Kristy Kerruish, Charlotte Crowder, Christine-Marie Liwag Dixon, Robert Pope, John E. DeLaughter, David James, and Riham Adly.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2019 online

The February issue is now online featuring Kitty Coles, Gráinne Daly, Diana Devlin, George Freek, Tony Gloeggler,William Ogden Haynes, Brett Ortler, Bethany W. Pope, Hilary Sideris, J. R. Solonche, Daniel James Sundahl, Wendy Thornton.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 213 Number 5, February 2019

Stanley Moss, Monica Youn, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Marianne Boruch, Tom Pickard, and many more.

In this issue: Kiik Araki-Kawaguchi, Andrew Broadous, Chris Bullard, Caitlin Cloninger, Ken Collins, Cortney Davis, Svneja Deininger, Hope Jordan, Gordon Leverton, Gina Louthian-Stanley, Nancy McTague-Stock, Sandell Morse, Rena Mosteirin, Barry Peters, Noa Reichenberg, Erika Ritzel, and Peter C. Stitt.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 94, Fall 2018

Featuring the winners of the Crazyhorse Prizes in Fiction, Nonfiction, & Poetry; fiction from Kevin Wilson, Emerson Henry, Elaine Ford, and others; poems by Lauren Camp, Katy Didden, Megan Gannon, Jessica Jacobs, L.S. Klatt, and others; and nonfiction from Katherine E. Standefer, Marya Hornbacher, and Elizabeth Becker.

With cover art by Kent Monkman, The Queer Perspectives issue celebrates LGBTQ2S?+ writers in Canada, guest edited by Ali Blythe, Trevor Corkum, and Betsy Warland. Kayla Czaga dedicates “Salmon and Potato Salad” to Matthew Walsh (MW), whose poetry also appears here. Examine the politics of body hair with Anaheed Saatchi. Explore “Homes” with Melinda Roy. Dig into “Good Soil” by Francesca Ekwuyasi, and catch up with “[a]ll the old lesbians” with Arleen Paré’s work. Nathan Caro Fréchette spins the tale of “The Nettle Witch,” while Charlie C. Petch explains “Why I Was Late.” Book reviews by Daphne Marlatt, Rani Rivera, Ahmad Danny Ramadan, Jen Currin, and others!

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 48 Number 1, Spring 2018

Our Spring 2018 issue is now available to order. It's a fantastic issue, featuring poems and essays by Donald Revell, Jaswinder Bolina, Nicole Walker, Khaty Xiong, Megan Kaminski, Ely Shipley, Joshua McKinney, Derek Pollard, Rachel Abramowitz, Hannah Bishop, Alex Checkovich, Jen Corrigan, Caroline Crew, Olivia Dunn, Megan Ellis, Louise Katz, Brandon Krieg, Kent Shaw, Emily Jane Shelton, David Thoreen, Stephen Tuttle, Aynsley Vandenbroucke, Mike White, Danielle Weeks, and Cutter Wood. Reviews by Timothy O'Keefe, Claire Tranchino, Jacob Paul, and Rachel Abramowitz. Cover image by Gabriel Warren.

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

"Memoirs of a Used Car Salesman's Daughter" by Nancy A. Nichols. A talent for lying is a great asset for a used-car salesman, but a bad trait in a father. Nancy A. Nichols recalls the wild rides of her tumultuous childhood outside Detroit.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Number 2, Fall 2018

The issue features poets Clayton Adam Clark, Rick Bursky, Nancy Carol Moody, Andrew Collard, Amanda Galvan Huynh, Grant Gerald Miller, Malcolm Glass, Robert Krut, Jessica Lee, Jessi Lewis, Carol Matos, Dan Morris, Tamer Mostafa, Kat Neis, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Michael Pontacoloni, Lois Roma-Deeley, Robin Rosen Chang, Gabriel Seals, Carrie Shipers, John Sibley Williams, Angela Siew, Camille-Yvette Welsch, Jessica Yuan, and Burgi Zenhaeusern. It also features new fiction by Robert Hilles, Robert Kerbeck, Randal O’Wain, and Sara Read, and new nonfiction by Jackie Connelly and Carrie Shipers. The cover artist is Dawn Dickins.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 14, Winter 2019 online

In this issue, we look at light and dark, or two sides of ourselves. In nonfiction: Amanda Summer, Thatcher Carter, and Dustin Solberg. In poetry: Kimberly White, Marjory Woodfield, and Sandra Kolankiewicz. In art, we offer you a rich visual context.  In photography, find Fabrice Poussin and Sherri Harvey, and find the art of Michael Paul and Willy Vecchiato in illustrations. Finally, in Review, we have Patricia Beiger musing over her two readings of The Truce by Mario Benedetti and with a new translation by Harry Morales.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 78, Winter/Spring 2019 online

“The Journey Continues—Part II” marks the final leg of Gail Willmott’s thirty-six-year adventure with Kaleidoscope, Issue 78 containing the last selections she made as editor-in-chief before retiring in August 2018. In keeping with the theme of this issue, our featured essay is “My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis” by Barbara Hosbach. Our featured art is the bold, colorful work of Jeff Hanson. Also in this issue:  Feliks Jezioranski, Peg Daniels, Laura Yeager, Carole Hall, Cherie Bowers, Amy Lefkof, Monica Shah, and more.

Sky Island Journal’s stunning 7th issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from contributors all around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free to access, and always free from advertising, discover what 33,000 readers in 137 countries already know; the finest new writing is now at your fingertips.

Edwidge Danticat, winner of the 2018 Neustadt International Prize for Literature, headlines the Winter 2019 issue of World Literature Today. In the issue’s expanded 112-page format, the book review section has also been given a fresh new look, with boxed reviews highlighting titles we’re especially excited to share with readers. Additional highlights include work by Achy Obejas, André Naffis-Sahely, Grace Chia, Emeka Ogboh, Patrick Chamoiseau, and four “fabulist fables” by Pierre Bettencourt. As always, new books, recommended reading lists, and luminous literati are featured throughout, along with web-exclusive content.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 60, January 2019 online

Our January 2019 Issue contains brilliant flash nonfiction from Abby Mims, Dustin Parsons, Susan Jackson Rodgers, Prajeet Heir, Sam Kiss, Amy Stonestrom, Rebecca McClanahan, John Skoyles, Richard Hoffman, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Bryn Chancellor, Niya Marie, Jennifer Wortman, Lisa Fay Coutley, and Harrison Candelaria Fletcher. In our Craft Section, Nicole Breit reveals the power of the literary diptych (with writing prompts), Susan Bruns Rowe considers the elusiveness of voice, and Michael Downs shows how “a single sentence or detail or image – even a particular word – can act as a ‘vein of jade’ that makes the whole work glisten." And stunning artwork by Dev Murphy.

Special Issue on Justice. Creative nonfiction by Margaret Donovan Bauer, Robin Gow, Jennifer Case, Vic Sizemore, and more; an essay by Laurie Klein; fiction by Dustin M. Hoffman, Cassandra Passarelli, and Michael McGuire; and poetry by Daisy Bassen, Elizabeth Diebold, Alice B. Fogel, Es Foong, Tim Krcmarik, Keli Osborn, Joel Peckham, Katherine Russell, Amie Whittemore, and others. Plus, Katherine Abrams in conversation with Vivian Shipley.

Issue 27 is here with nonfiction by Fred Haefele, CMarie Fuhrman, Lauren Fath, and Alexis Bonogofsky; fiction by Brady Harrison, Robert Kostuck, and Hillary Behrman; and poetry by Paulann Petersen, Tiah Lindner Raphael, Gene Goldfab, Zachary Eddy, Jeanne Julian, and Judith Chibante. Art by Kim Matthews Wheaton.

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