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- Linked Title Missouri Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 2, Summer 2018
Second Skin. Art of Ernesto Garcia Cabral. New peotry by Matty Layne Glasgow, Chelsea Rathburn, Margot Wizansky. Prose by May-lee Chai, Ernest J. Finney, JM Holmes, Carolyn Ogburn, Robert Leonard Reid, Natasha Saje, and Steven Schwartz.
- Linked Title Subprimal Poetry Art
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, Summer 2018
In the latest issue, find words and music by Anjie Seewer Reynolds, Brad Rose, Cyn Kitchen, Hallie Hayes, Marilyne Bertoncini, and Isha Gupta; writing by Will Cordeiro, Jason Abbate, T. Ogbemi, Meg Smith, Ayame Whitfield, and Julia Kantic. Plus art by Janne Karlsson with cover art by Victor D. Sandiego.
- Linked Title Cargo Literary
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 13, Summer 2018
In this issue, find nonfiction by Chris Campeau, Jesse O’Reilly-Conlin, Peter Tolly, and Lee Norris; poetry by Douglas Cole, Jose Manuel Sanchez, Eric Odynocki, and John Madigan; photography by Jennifer Lohtrigel, Jill Boyles, and David S. Rubenstein; and a review by Mo Duffy Cobb.
- Linked Title Kaleidoscope
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 77, Summer/Fall 2018
"The Journey Continues" with Issue 77 of Kaleidoscope. The featured essay, “Pane” by Mark Osteen describes challenges involved in understanding and communicating with his son who has autism and is essentially nonverbal. Other works include “Journeying through Depression” by Tom Stapleton, “The Unsent Project” by artist Rora Blue, “OooWee,” by Katrina Byrd, and “Hotel in the Desert,” by J. D. Chaney. There are twelve poems in Issue 77. Some favorites are “Hummingbird” by Carol Barrett, “A Sun Salutation Prayer” by Kira Compton, “Daughter of Distraction” by Jennifer L. Freed, “Social Story” by Tony Gloeggler, “Last Performance” and “Roadside Serenade” by Lola Neff Merritt, and more.
- Linked Title MAYDAY Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 13, Summer 2018
In the Summer 2018 issue, with featured artist Epiphany Knedler, Ruth Awad interviews Hanif Abdurraqib. Also in this issue: nonfiction by Joshua Bernstein, Tom Larsen, Jerome Richard, and Janette Schafer; fiction by Eric Barnes, Thomas Jacobs, Ignacio Ortiz Monasterio, and Matt Whelihan; and poetry by Roy Bentley, Nandini Dhar, Deborah Flanagan, Alice B. Fogel, Sergio Ortiz, Katherine Riegel, Michael T. Young, and more. Plus, Mirza Sakit translated by Murad Jalilov and Kevin Rabas, and Stanislav Startiev translated by Risa Shargel.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 85, August 2018
This month’s featured selection includes poems by and an interview with Terese Svoboda. Timothy Otte reviews Nikki Wallschlaeger’s Crawlspace. In the Essays and Comment section, find Piotr Florczyk on the Mitosz Festival, a festival of literature in the city of Kraków. This month’s poetry selections include William Louis-Dreyfus, Ted Kooser, Sydney Lea, Soren Stockman, Kathryn Nuernberger, Frannie Lindsay, Betsy Sholl, and more. See what the poets have to say about their work in “The Poets Speak” section.
- Linked Title Carve Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2018
New short stories by Becca Krock, Joan Li, and Gena Ellett; new poetry by Heather Cahoon, José del Valle, Georgia Dennison, and Renée Christine Ehle; and new nonfiction by Melissa Mesku, Avery Erwin, and Jonathan Starke. Also in this issue “The Bearded Loon” by Kelly Hill in Decline/Accept, an interview with Barbara Ridley by Sejal H Patel as our One to Watch, illustrations by Justin Burks, and interviews with short story authors.
- Linked Title Cimarron Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 203, Spring 2018
Readers, don’t forget to pick up your copy of Cimarron Review Issue 203 with outstanding work by Carrie Addington, Lindsay Remee Ahl, Marianne Kunkel, Derek Palacio, Steve Pett, Ira Sukrungruang, Annie Woodford, and Glenn Shaheen, along with gorgeous cover art by Jessie Hornbrook.
- Linked Title The Lake
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date August 2018
The August issue of The Lake is now online featuring Jude Brigley, Seth Crook, Beth McDonough, Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, Sharon Phillips, J. R. Solonche, Ruth Stacey, Phillip Sterling, Katy Wareham-Morris, Sarah White. Reviews of Ruth Stacey and Katy Wareham-Morris’s Inheritance and J. R. Solonche’s In Short Order.
- Linked Title The Tishman Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 3, July 2018
The July 2018 Issue is here with the Tillie Olsen Short Story Award winner, Jeremy Schnotala, and semifinalists Marianna Rogoff and Judith Mikesch McKenzie. Also in this issue, find poetry by Jacob Hammer, Eileen Toomey, Judy Wailes, Ben Sloan, Linette Marie Allen, Darren C. Demaree, and more; nonfiction by Cynthia D. Bertelsen, Carol D. Marsh, Kyler Marzano, Kim K. McCrea, and others; and fiction by Karen Riles, Jackie Aleksandrovich, Andrew Brilliant, and more. Plus art and comics by a dozen artists.
- Linked Title Under the Gum Tree
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date July 2018
Featured in the latest issue of Under the Gum Tree, find work by Lagnajita Mukhopadhyay, Justina Elias, Peter Grandbois, Jennifer Judge, Aurora D. Bonner, Thatcher Carter, Ann Kathryn Kelly, and Ariel Felton. Plus, art by Seigar and Nathan Madrid.
- Linked Title Nimrod
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 61 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2018
“Let Us Gather: Diversity and the Arts” (Issue 61.2) features work by diverse poets and prose writers, including Erin Adair-Hodges, Kaveh Bassiri, Lisa Horiuchi, and more than 50 others, on subjects of all kinds. With this issue we wanted to bring to light and to celebrate both our differences and our similarities—and the ways in which the arts help us to gather together and to bring to light what makes us all unique.
- Linked Title Colorado Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 2, Summer 2018
The work in this issue is charged with a sometimes dangerous energy that pulses throughout, yet illuminates as well. Take both shelter and inspiration in these pages with new fiction by Rebecca McKanna, Benjamin Soileau, Sarah Walker, and Kevin Wilson; essays by Jad Adkins, Patricia Foster, and Cecilia Weddell; and poems by George Kalamaras, Alessandra Lynch, Lisa Olstein, Daniel Tiffany, and many others.
- Linked Title Creative Nonfiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 67, Summer 2018
Creative Nonfiction #67, “Starting Over,” is dedicated to the proposition that we are all—always—works in progress. In nine new essays, writers come to terms with fate, test the limits of resilience, flirt with disaster, fall down, and get back up again . . . like it or not. Plus, encouraging vulnerability in the creative writing classroom; Patricia Hampl explores the “essay mind”; coming to terms with chronic illness; tiny truths; and more.
- Linked Title The Georgia Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 72 Number 1, Spring 2018
This issue includes a special feature: Naguib Mahfouz 1988 Nobel Laureate of Literature. Fiction by Carrie Esposito and Blair Hurley; essays by Rick Bass, Jane Hirshfield, Amy Steinberg, and more; and poetry by Gary Gildner, Victoria Chang, Monica Sok, Marvin Bell, Phillip Sterling, and more. Art by Truong Tran.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 19, 2018
"Cruel and Inhuman Treatment" by Carolyn Edgar. “Don’t marry a man like your father,” Carolyn Edgar’s mother warned her. But the impact of a family history of domestic violence proves almost as profound as the head-shaped dent in a wall of the author’s childhood home.
- Linked Title About Place Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Issue 1, May 2018
Rewilding: Recovery, Remembrances, and Reconnection with the Ancestral Wild. Work by Jason Bleijerveld, Andrea Blancas Beltran, JM Miller, Diego Luis, Debbi Gray, Davina Rhine, Madronna Holden & David Wolfersberger, Zev Alexander, Pancho McFarland, Phillip Bannowsky, Melanie Viets, Jim Carter, Crystal Casey, Anne Haven McDonnell, Mary Marie Dixon, Roger Camp, Shihan Zhang, Anjela Villarreal Ratliff, John Jacobson, Marisol Cortez, and many more.
- Linked Title Edify Fiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 4, July 2018
Our 1st Annual Best of the Best Issue is now available, compiling our finalists and contributors whose work was published in Edify Fiction between April 2017 and March 2018. Revisit these favorites by Troy Varvel, Katinka Smit, RL Black, Anna Deligianni, Nayana Sivanandan, Marina Montenegro, Ayaz Daryl Nielson, Norman Klein, Shannon Bushby, Michelle Dotter, Lada Makarski, and more. When you’re done reading, be sure to vote for your favorites.
- Linked Title Junto Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 2, June 2018
The front and back cover of our latest issue features our Cover Competition winners Leslie Soule and Michael Starr. Inside the issue, find writing by Kyle J. Mola, Catherine Anderson, Ed Doerr, Joseph S. Pete, Terrie G. Crawford, Alexandria Rose Rizik, Yermiyahu Ahron Taub, W. C. Mallery, Lydia Sizemore, L. B. Davis, and Justin Florey. Art by Allison K. Sissom, Vicky Talwar, and Peter Mix, with the winners of our 2018 Instagram Competition.
- Linked Title The Malahat Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 203, Summer 2018
Savor the summer sun while reading Novella Prize winner Samantha Macpherson’s “Tattoo” set in rainy Vancouver. Sit down for lunch with Johnnie Manson’s “Lentil Soup” or Carin Makuz’s “What We Write About When We Write About Avocados.” Quench your thirst with “A Glass of Water” by Susan Haldane. Bask in “Sunlight” by John Nyman, and lounge on “Big Island” by Ben Ladouceur. Sit at the piano in Gordon Lonethunder’s “Branches Fleuries d’Amandier”; swim up to the boundary in Jade Riordan’s “The Buoy Line”; travel to London and France in Diana Fitzgerald Bryden’s “The Hedonists.” Cool down with reviews of books by Irena Karafilly, Tom Wayman, and Brian Bartlett.