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This issue features art by Toyin Ojih Odutola; poetry by Dana Alsamsam and Geoffrey Brock; and prose by James Smethurst, Adam W. Sweeting, Caio Fernando Abreu, Ghislaine Dunant, Charlotte Delbo, and Gordon Lish.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 92, April 2019 online

This month’s featured selection includes work by Jeff Friedman, the poet also interviewed by Nancy Mitchell.  In Essays & Comment, find Doug Anderson’s “The Heart’s Emissary” and Devin King reviews Like by A.E. Stallings. This month’s poetry selections include work by Hsia Yü, Sydney Lea, Stewart Moss, Robert Clinton, Rebecca Aronson, Matthew Lippman, Drew Milne, Betsy Sholl, Andrea Read, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2019

The April 2019 issue features poetry by Katharine Coles, Ru Freeman, Ashanti Anderson, Desiree Alvarez, Leo Boix, Lawanda Walters, and more. Plus our “Halal If You Hear Me” feature with work by Ayqa Khan, Sahar Muradi, Aria Aber, Nadra Mabrouk, Fatimah Asghar, Safia Elhillo, Angel Nafis, Momtaza Mehri, Edil Hassan, Saaro Umar, Afshan Shafi, and Sheena Raza Faisal.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 1, Spring 2019

Our Spring 2019 issue features work on the theme of “New Neighbors.” Find work by Linda Berry, Lisa Timpf, Lynda Fox, Alice Campbell Romano, Madonna Dries Christensen, Beverly Boyd, Preeti Singh, Matthew Byrne, Susan Duke, James B. Nicola, Kathleen Gunton, James K. Zimmerman, Sky Andrews Gerspacher, Daniella Levy, Jack Granath, kerry rawlinson, and Jan Ball.

New flash by Jodi Freeman, Chuck Augello, Niles Reddick, Tammy Zhu, Roberta Beary, Richard Stuecker, Ben O’Hara, T.D. Johnston, Steve Gergley, Elliot Greiner, Patience Mackarness, Annette Edwards-Hill, James Cato, Nancy Bourne, and Ernesto Reyes.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 25, Spring 2019 online

In this issue: poetry by Glenn Ingersoll, Catherine Chen, Phoebe Reeves, Lauren Bender, Allison Hummel, Simon Perchik, and more; creative nonfiction by Charlotte Gullick, Joshua Rysanek, Rae Pagliarulo, Carroll Sandel, and Andrea Jarrell; a visual narrative by Emily Steinberg; flash by Sue Mell, Mercedes Lawry, Yasmina Din Madden, Jason Irwen, Jacqueline Doyle, and more; and short stories by Marie Baléo, Stefani Nellen, and Josh Denslow. Plus, art by Paul J. Stankard.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2019 online

The April issue is now online featuring Lin Nelson Benedek, Mark Blayney, M. J. Iuppa, Alison Jones, Gary Kurtz, Emma Lee, Todd Mercer, Maren O. Mitchell, Maggie Reed, Kevin Ridgeway, Anthony Watts, Rodney Wood. Reviews of J. R. Solonche’s Tomorrow, Today, and Yesterday, Vindication: Six Women Poets, ed. Cherry Potts and Marie Lightman’s, Shutters.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9 Number 1, Spring 2019

The Spring 2019 issue features fiction by Nickalus Rupert, D.R. Glass, Janice Obuchowski, and David Gillette. Poetry by Tacey Atsitty, Christopher Citro, Alycia Pirmohamed, Diannely Antigua, Sally Rosen Kindred, Zeina Hashem Beck, Sarah Perrier, E. Kristin Anderson, Hilary Vaugh Dobel, Rebecca Bornstein, John Paul Martinez, and Peter Everwine. Six pieces of art by featured artist Tisha Weddington. Cassie Mannes Murray reviews known by salt by Tina Mozelle Braziel.

World Literature Today welcomes spring with its first annual city issue devoted to Hong Kong, with a focus on food and languages via the work of 13 writers. Other highlights include Ladan Osman’s photo-essay on the refugee crisis viewed from Niger, an essay on translating Jennifer Egan into Catalan, interviews with Rohingya and Tibetan writers, as well as Chinese and Rohingya poetry. Additional essays, fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, reading recommendations, and a visit to Tokyo’s book district round out the issue, along with a generous selection of book reviews, featured new books and “Booktubers,” and online exclusives.

Our latest issue includes nonfiction by Ellen Adams and ​Cary Holladay; fiction by Matthew Neill Null, Melissa Ragsly, Douglas Silver, and ​Chioma Urama; and poetry by Dilruba Ahmed, Nicholas Friedman, Emily Koehn, Irène P. Mathieu, Felicity Sheehy, Jacob Strautmann, Heather Treseler, Guinotte Wise, and ​Robert Wrigley.

In this issue: From Project Gnome to Eshmunazor’s sarcophagus: Matt Jones investigates the faulty attempts of the past to warn the future; Emily Pittinos mourns her father and tends the broken bodies of birds; Ioan Marc Jones offers fragments of a London autobiography; Roger Salloch returns his father’s paintings to Germany; Molly Bashaw discovers the music that remains after words, names, and faces are forgotten; Joseph Addison, in 1712, on what to make of the female cavaliers; plus a first English translation of Akutagawa’s travel journal from China.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6, Winter 2018/19

Issue 6, “Kissing in the Future,” is out now with fiction by Jennifer Kronovet, Maura Stanton, Kyle Minor, Susanna Horng, Carol Guess & Aimee Parkinson, and more; nonfiction by Ellen Adams, Megan Sweeney, Priscilla Becker, Jehanne Dubrow, and Emily O’Neill; film by J.M Tyree; Jericho Brown in conversation with Michael Duamnis; and poetry by Allyson Young, Dominique Salas, Heather Christle, Brian Clifton, Holli Carrell, Leah Umansky, Patty Nash, Jericho Brown, Jessica Jacobs, Sandra Beasley, Christopher Salerno, Andy Stallings, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 1, March 2019 online

In our latest issue, a number of our contributors are teens. Find work by Sarah Wilburt, April Sevilla, Steve Colori, Shannon Devlin, Kelly Bachich, Heather Ream, Julie Harpel, Sophia Rubbo, Josh Gindi, Rachel Bond, Sydney Freeland, Zeke Jarvis, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2019 online

In this issue, nonfiction by Paul Burnham; music by Sambodhi Prem; video and photography by Ashby McGowan, Carla Brennan, Elvira Piedra, and Kon Markogiannis; and visual arts by Hildy Maze, Katherine Levin-Lau, and Norma Alonzo. Poetry by Abigail King, David Feela, Denis Stokes, Donna Coffey Little, Ginnie Goulet Gavrin, Jan Wiezorek, John Savoie, Kit Carlson, Patty Somlo, Rich Heller, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2019

In this our 50th Issue, we're exploring what sustains us as writers, artists, contemplatives, humans. We're celebrating the contemplative and intentional processes needed for sustaining our dreams, our stories, and our lives. Art by Jennifer Cronin, Margie Criner, Emily McIlroy, and Hanna Vogel; nonfiction by Vina Mogg and Laura Bond; fiction by Henry Hietala and Dara Passano; and poetry by C. T. Salazar, Arah Ko, Cameron Lawrence, Michael Angel Martín, Emily Stoddard, Bess Cooley, Monika Zobel, L. A. Johnson, Mark Wagenaar, Amalie Kwassman, Sophia Stid, Amy Pence, and Anya Silver.

In this issue, find a special feature with “1999” by Christie Hodgen, a novella-length personal essay. Jennifer Habel’s long poem “Matisse’s Great-Granddaughter” is also in this issue, along with fiction by Christine Ottoni, Rex Shannon, Amy Fanning, Polly Buckingham, Miriam Karmel, and more; and poetry by Donald Platt, Victoria Chang, Alyse Knorr, Rachel Morgan, Patricia Clark, Alyse Bensel, Ted Kooser, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2019

In this issue: Kanika Agrawal, R. Cassandra Bruner, Kristin Chang, Yongyu Chen, Don Mee Choi, Natalie Eilbert, Jamie Gusman, Taraka Hamada, Ava Hoffmann, Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine (translation by Jake Seyersak), Ndinda Kioko, Sabrina Li, Aurielle Marie, Sophie Paquette, Mwinji Siame, Billie R. Tadros | Tam(sin) Blaxter, My Tran, David Joez Villaverde, and Candice Wuehle. Plus a chapbook by Naima Yael Tokunow, and cover art by Charlotte Edey.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 73 Number 1, Spring 2019

The Georgia Review’s first issue of 2019 leads off with “Etymology of a Mood” by Ama Codjoe, chosen by final judge Natasha Trethewey as the winner of the 2018 Loraine Williams Poetry Prize. Readers will also find work by Jane Wong, Sheldon Costa, Leila Chatti, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Kimiko Hahn, and many more. Special features include a collaborative fiction project between writer Scott Russell Sanders and photographer Peter Forbes; an in-depth interview with Barry Lopez in advance of his long-awaited new book, Horizon; and a dazzlingly colorful collage portfolio by Colombian-born artist María Berrio, whose work graces the cover.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15 Number 2, March/April 2019 online

In this issue, find an artist spotlight on Hiroshi Hayakawa; poetry by Dave Roskos, Lucinda Watson, and Shane Carreon; music feature “Songs for Alexandra” compiled by Fred Roberts; an interview with Judith Skillman by Carol Smallwood; and Steve Poleskie on “Eating Peas in Calais.” Also in this issue: Mika Kangas, Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret on location in France, L. John Harris, Bill Vernon, and more.

This issue focuses on "The Garden" and includes work of roughly sixty artists and writers from all over the world as we start to prepare our gardens for another season of beauty and bounty. Our featured artist is Jane Gottlieb, and our featured writers include William Vernon, Sidney Bending, Scott Ragland, Susan P. Blevins, Atreyee Gupta, Margaret Chula, Camille Kraus, Barbara Haas, Robin Chapman, and more.


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