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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 81, April 2018 online

This month’s featured selection includes work by and an interview with Norman Dubie. Tyrone Williams reviews two books, and in Essays and Comments, Amish Trivedi writes “Taylor Swift is a Barbarian, or: Stephanie Burt’s Defense of Poetry.” This month’s poetry selections include work by William Logan, Ron Slate, Ralph Angel, Laurie Lamon, Jenny J. Chen, Kathleen Graber, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 16, April 2018

"A Dirge for the Doubly Dead" by Fritz Swanson. The birth-to-death saga of one Jacob Crouch unfolds against a remarkable period in American history. As the railway stretches ever westward and the advent of electricity resets internal clocks, a patriarch farmer and his children amass—and tragically lose—a fortune.

Our latest issue features work by Nancy Breakstone, Pamela Caughey, Susan Clinard, Margie Criner, Yolanda Victoria Fundora, JoeAnn Hart, DeWitt Henry, Darryl Hudak, Joshua Jones, Ea ten Kate, JS Khan, Michele Leavitt, Barry Masteller, stephanie roberts, and Kathy Blankley Roman.

New England Review (NER) turns 40 this year, and the first issue of the anniversary volume presents 14 poets—among them Alison Hawthorne Deming, Marilyn Hacker, Terrance Hayes, J. Allyn Rosser, and C. Dale Young—and seven short-story writers, including a first English translation of Rwandan author Scholastique Mukasonga. In nonfiction, Marianne Boruch uncovers some of poetry’s root sources, Jay Parini takes readers on a drive with Borges along the coast of Scotland, and Joseph Pearson ’97 explores the streets of Tangier.

In the Spring 2018 issue, our contributors fit three common elements into their work: Fuse, Accordion, and Scrape. Find art by Heather Bobeck, Bryan Robertson, Chris Roberts, and Jennie MacDonald; fiction by Gillian King-Cargile, Kathryn Kulpa, Scott Miles, and more; nonfiction by Gregg Murray and Mary Lide; photography by Mahsa Sadeqi, Genavieve Coleman, Farima Qolami, and others; and poetry by Mariel Fechik, James Croal Jackson, Bryn Homuth, Lisa Stice, Jadie Riordan, Isaac Knapp, Robert Eastwood, and more.

In the latest issue of Brilliant Flash Fiction, find work b y Evan Massey, Salvatore Difalco, Cinthia Ritchie, Kara Bernard, Minyoung Lee, AN Block, Shannon McMahon, Gina Headden, Natalie Evjen, Paul Gray, Gwenda Major, Vanessa Anyanso, Arya F. Jenkins, and Dara Thomas Higgins.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 3, March 2018 online

Our Green themed issue of Edify Fiction is now available online in both flipbook and downloadable PDF format. It's full of all things green—including pickles, and finches, and aloe, and envy—with work by Mark Myavec, Erica Williams, Scott Laudati, Charlese Rammelkamp, Shownie Price, Carrie Golden, Angela Meek, Nayana Sivanandan, and more. Don’t miss our Special Features, including “Glouash: The Color of Your Words” by M. Sakran.

Stories by Jonathan Muzzall, Alexandra Chang, Katherine Hubbard, Taylor Koekkoek, Colin Felming, Valerie Trueblood, Jamel Brinkley, Jad Josey, Amanda S. Torres, Madiha Sattar, Ben Stroud, Chase Burke. Interview with Alberto Manguel by Jennifer Levasseur.

The Paterson Literary Review #46 features poetry, fiction, memoir, essays and book reviews by Marge Piercy, Jan Beatty, Daniel Donaghy, Dante Di Stefano, Yehoshua November, Lyn Lifshin, Joe Weil, Laura Boss, Linda Hillringhouse, and others. For more information or to order, visit our website.

Special Issue: Re-triangulating Yeats, Stevens, Eliot.Edward Ragg interviews Marjorie Perloff. In essays: Lee M. Jenkins, Margaret Mills Harper, Hannah Simpson, Tony Sharpe, Benjamin Madden, and Sarah Kennedy. Poems by Richard Jones, Greg Moglia, Michael Benigni, Jessica Goody, Bibhu Padhi, Eric Pankey, and Karen Poppy. Plus, three book reviews.

The Spring 2018 issue features new poems by Justin Hyde, Jenny Ahn, Yvonne Amey, Bill Freedman, Anna Keeler, Jane Medved, David Nielsen, Virginia Slachman, Rebecca Starks, and Sally Van Doren.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2018

The Spring/Summer issue of Black Warrior Review is out now! In this issue, find prose, poetry and art from Tess Allard, Kenzie Allen, Beth Bachmann, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Jessica Rae Bergamino, Carlina Duan, Samantha Edmonds, Sarah Fonseca, M.J. Gette, Aubrey Hirsch, Denise Jarrott, Donika Kelly, Taisia Kitaiskaia, Lisa Krannichfeld, Sade LaNay, Muriel Leung, Aurora Masum-Javed, Sarah María Medina, Kristi Maxwell, Thirii Myo Kyaw Myint, Alison C. Rollins, Montreux Rotholtz, Rivers Solomon, John Stinzi, Tony Wei Ling, and Jane Wong.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, Winter 2018 online

Issue 12 is LIVE! Featuring pieces from Jenna Kunze, Dawn Chapman, Enrico Doria, Thomas Gillaspy, Leah Oates, Jennifer Bain, Robert Loiderman, Ruby Rae Scalera, Margaret Foley, Victoria Crawford, and more!

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 21, Spring 2018 online

Our new issue includes a brand new genre: intermedia, where word and image intersect. We start off with “The Brownies at Work” by Nance Van Winckel. Also in this issue: poetry by Olivia Hu, Matha Zweig, John Sibley Williams, Matt Muth, Mary Crow, Nicole Burney, and more; flash by Jessica Lampard, Jules Archer, Taylor Lorenzo, Jonathan Cardew, Susan G. Bouchard, and others; short fiction by Avery Bufkin, Sarah Walker, Maria Brandt, and more; and creative nonfiction by Susan Knox, Kathryn Nuernberger, Mark A. Nobles, Karen Zey, and Charlotte Bausch.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2018 online

Fiction by William AUten and Jessica Miele, poetry by Jack Arkell, Diane Elayne Dees, Kat Lewis, Rachel Sobylya, Rodney Torreson, and more; flash fiction by Grace Carroll, Kelly Chastain, Candace Hartsuyker, and others; and creative nonfiction by Patrick Conway, Marlena Fiol, Maddie Lock, and Kayla Smith. Plus multimedia by Mali Fischer, Thomas Gresham, Shara Johnson, and David Thompson.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 1, March 2018

The new issue of Junto Magazine is here with work by Jordan Meadows, Anita Ngai, Rony Nair, Terrie G. Crawford, Chris Boyko, Philip Goldberg, Alex Arellano, Tangela Cameron, Jim Keane, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2018 online

The work in the Spring 2018 issue invites us to look below the surface of our lives and the world to contemplate what it means to be alive. Fiction by Jess Thoubboron, an essay by Yvonne Rand, music by Roseminna Watson, and video by Georg Koszulinski. Poetry by Bruce McRae, Cameron Morse, Jane Hirshfield, John Grey, M. S. Rooney, Michael Barrett, and more; and visual art by Carol Levy, Deborah Kennedy, Lorraine Capparell, Lynne Buschman, Meg Kaminski, and Mira M. White.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 212 Number 1, April 2018

Featuring Sonia Sanchez, Sherwin Bitsui, Ilya Kaminsky, Camille T. Dungy, Paul Tran, Sharon Olds, Kazim Ali, and many others.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 46, Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 issue features the 2017 Kalos Visual Art Prize recipients awarded by judge Steve Prince with cover art by Eloisa Guanlao. Nonfiction by Craig Reinbold; fiction by Doug Cornett, Anna Trujillo, and Will Jones; and poetry by Jeff Whitney, John Fry, Logan February, Jessica Yuan, Chera Hammons, Alexander Lawrence, Hannah Kroonblawd, Kasia Clarke, Jesse Bertron, and Todd Davis.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16, Winter 2018

Our Winter 2018 issue is the largest to date! Find over 300 pages of work, including essays by Peter LaSalle, Barbara Haas, Julie Marie Wade, Sarah Bates, K. L. Cook, and more; fiction by Sarah Anne Strickley, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Gary Hill, Erin Ritchie, and John Brandon; poetry by Eleanor Stanford, Dayna Patterson, Jessica Roeder, Diane Raptosh, Jeff Hardin, Mary Gilliland, Peter Grandbois, John Sibley Williams, and more; prose poetry by Bill Rector, Tom Paine, Satoshi Iwai, Lindsay Ahl, Jean-Mark Sens, and others; and transgenre by Nance Van Winckel, Roya Khatiblou, Desirae Matherly, Jeff Porter, Evan Lavender-Smith, Dustin Parsons, and Ben Miller & Dale Williams.


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