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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, September 2017 online

In this issue, find poetry and prose by Will Alexander, John Beer, Charles Borkhuis, Louis Bourgeois, Lauren Camp, Robert Farrell, Cal Freeman, David Lehman, Stephen Paul Miller, Robert Okaji, Patty Seyburn, Devon Wootten, and Aliesa Zoecklein. Visual art by Jodi Colella, Brandon Graving, Francis Pavy, Lina Puetra, and Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers).

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 2, Fall 2017

Dorianne Laux and Joseph Millar have this to say about Kristin Robertson’s prize winning “Poem for My Unborn Daughter,” and this sets the tone for our Raleigh Review Vol. 7, No. 2 issue from page 1 and onward throughout the magazine, “we like the obsessive protectiveness of it, its startling imagery and evocative and wide-ranging imagination: from anchor to anvil, from cocaine to suet to grain.”

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, September 2017 online

It’s our first anniversary! Over the past year, we’ve had the honor of bringing you 91 poems by 74 poets. Issue 5 is our biggest yet and features the work of Aria Aber, Kristin Chang, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Rachel Edelman, Emily Frisella, Knar Elizabeth Gavin, Noor Hindi, Marlin M Jenkins, Sarah León Moreno, Daniel T. O'Brien, Eric Pankey, Lauren Jacqueline Roberts, Philip Schaefer, Gale Marie Thompson, Jennifer Tseng, Jeanann Verlee, Emily Vizzo, and Ross White.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Number 2, Fall 2017

In this issue: reporting from war zones, orange spray paint gets ugly, alopecia, visualizing Walter Benjamin's Arcades, breakfast and dinner in verse, Japan during the 2011 tsunami, a monkey magician, and a man runs a 10k in Converse.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 5, September/October 2017

This new issue features a special section on the Hybrid Lyric, with an introduction by David Baker and poems by Meghan O'Rourke, Michael Collier, and Gabrielle Calvocoressi; plus fiction by T.C. Boyle, Joyce Carol Oates, Marian Crotty, and Karl Taro Greenfeld; nonfiction by Emily Withnall; poetry by Cintia Santana, Kyle McCord, Philip Schultz, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2017 online

The September issue is now online featuring Pat Anthony, Devon Balwit, Demond Blake, Rachael Burns, Karen Dennison, Jack Little, R. W. McLellan, Jessica (Tyner) Mehta, Carl Nelson, Rajani Radhakrishnan, J. R. Solonche, PC Vandall, Sarah White. Reviews of Jayne Marek’s In and Out of Rough Water and Kiriti Sengupta’s Dreams of the Sacred and Ephemeral.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 61 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2017

Awards 39 presents the winning poems and stories of the 2017 Nimrod Literary Awards. Poet Mark Wagenaar weaves themes of love, fatherhood, loss, and time, while Mary Moore ponders what it means to be human and what it means to be a monster. Jessica Cavero shares a provocative story about a young woman “in the business of selling dreams,” and Sandra Hunter tells the story of two siblings stuck on opposite sides of a border fence. They are joined by over 40 other writers, including Daniel Becker, Allison Blevins, Stephen Cloud, Aurora Masum-Javed, Meghan Pipe, Claire Robbins, and Shubha Venugopal.

In this issue, find articles by Yanghuan Yu, Andrys Onsman, and Corine Tachtiris, plus “Translating Arabic Poetry into English Rapping: A Study into the Form-Based Requirements” by Abdelkarim Daragmeh, Ekrema Shehab, and Yasmin Radi. Book reviews by Katherine M. Hedeen, Vincent Kling, and Gregary J. Racz.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 11, 2017

The eleventh issue of True Story features "79" by Brian Broome. The 79 bus loops around the housing projects in the East Hills of Pittsburgh all day—“like a noose,” as reluctant resident Brian Broome puts it. This might be one of Pittsburgh’s least tourist-friendly neighborhoods, and Broome an extremely uncomfortable tour guide…but the trip is well worth taking.

The September issue of Allegro is now online. This is the last general issue of 2017 with work by Ken Cumberlidge, Eric Chiles, Dick Altman, Ion Corcos, John Grey, Simon Perchik, Richard King Perkins II, Julie Sampson, Kevin Carey, Paul Alexander, Belinda Rimmer, Terri Simon, Ed Ahern, Rebecca Vedavathy, Gareth Culshaw, M. Stone, Ian C Smith, Joe Balaz, Laynie Tzena, Sheikha A., Glenn Hubbard, Anjali Bhavan, Joyce Meyers, David Cooke, David Rudd-Mitchell, Nick Carding, and Jessica Michael.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 46 Number 5, September/October 2017

The September/October 2017 issue of The American Poetry Review features Sasha Pimentel's "13 Ways of Knowing Her" and other poems, CA Conrad from "Mount Monadnock Transmissions," and Jane Hirshfield's "Poetry is a Kind of Lying, or, Tell All the Truth but Tell It Slant." Also in this issue: Patrick Donnelly's "Lorca's Lips" and other poems, a special supplement from Paisley Rekdal (Nightingale: A Gloss), ad Edward Hirsch tackles Galway Kinnell, plus new poems by Tyree Daye, Kate Durbin, Gabriel Fried, Jenny Xie, and Mark Yakich.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 74, September 2017 online

This month’s featured selection focuses on “Three Contemporary Russian Poets: Viacheslav Kupriyanov, Dmitry Kuzmin, and Aleksandr Kabanov.” Alex Cigale translates the three poets, and introduces them. Adam Tavel reviews William Brewer’s “I Know Your Kind,” and in essays and comment, Kathy Lou Shultz shares “Teaching African American Poetry in the Age of Trump.” This month’s poetry selections are by Nomi Stone, Ute von Funcke, Owen Lucas, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Lee Upton, Kathleen Ossip, Dzvinia Orlowsky, DeWitt Henry, Dara Wier, D.M. Thomas, Carol Frost, and Ana Gorría.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 210 Number 5, September 2017

Founded in Chicago by Harriet Monroe in 1912, Poetry is the oldest monthly devoted to verse in the English-speaking world. The September 2017 issue of Poetry features poems by Michael Hofmann, Terrance Hayes, Asturo Riley, Patricia Lockwood, and 2017 Lilly Rosenberg Poetry Fellows Kaveh Akbar, Javier Zamora, and Alison C. Rollins. Also featured is a portfolio of poems by Joy Harjo, the 2017 Lilly Poetry Prize recipient for outstanding lifetime achievement in poetry, and a section entitled “From an Open Map: The Correspondence of Robert Duncan and Charles Olson” with an introduction by Dale M. Smith. To subscribe to Poetry, visit our website.

In the first digital-only Still Point Arts Quarterly, reflect on art from the current exhibition with the theme “The Art of Structure.” W. C. Bamberger writes on “Donna Dennis’ Architecture on Paper,” Marti Neveln provides “The 7 Deadlies—Self-Portraits,” and Naomi Beth Wakan writes on “The Art of Happy Architecture.” Also find images by Karen Pratt, writing by Kathryn Hall on “Share Generously Your Bounty,” poems by Beth Walker, and much more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 91 Number 5, September/October 2017

Packed with book reviews, essays, interviews, fiction, and poetry, the September 2017 issue of World Literature Today highlights “Lives Interrupted,” a special section featuring eight writers’ refugee and migration stories. Other marquee pieces include Matthew Shenoda’s essay on African verse, flash nonfictions by Fábio Morabito, and an interview with poet and translator Simon Armitage. Our comprehensive review section leads off with a featured review of Jenny Erpenbeck’s latest novel, followed by 64 other new and notable titles. Everything you need to catch up on the best writing the world has to offer is found in the latest issue of WLT!

In our summer issue, Creative Nonfiction #64: “Adaptation,” writers search for new normals. From the eroding shores of Georgia’s barrier islands to the national parks of Alaska to the suburbs sprawling into the Arizona desert, we try to keep up—personally, politically, scientifically—with our rapidly changing world. Plus, how other forms, including performance art and handiwork, are influencing creative nonfiction; Beth Ann Fennelly writes “micro-memoir”; Nicole Walker sees the braided essay as a form of political resistance; tiny truths; and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 57, Fall 2017

The Fall 2017 issue is dedicated to poets of the Rust Belt, a region of the United States stretching from the Great Lakes to the upper Midwest. Twenty-one poets contributed to this feature, chosen from over 2,000 submissions. In the conversation section, editor Timothy Green—himself a Rust Belt poet—talks to Detroit-based psychotherapist and poet Ken Meisel. Having lived in the Rust Belt his entire life, Meisel offers deep insights into the region’s psyche, and discusses a range of other topics, from marital love to a model for turning his art into charity. The issue also includes seventeen poets in another eclectic open section.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 27, Summer 2017 online

In this final issue, find fiction by Jeanette Brown, James Armstrong, Holly Hollar, Mather Schneider, and Kathryn M. Barber; poetry by Steven Knepper, Jeffrey N. Johnson, Jake Sheff, Keri Withington, Jesse Breite, and Brandi Bolt; and creative nonfiction by Charlotte Covey.

Sky Island Journal’s stunning first issue comes out swinging with poetry by Pamela Anderson, Michelle Brooks, Rob Carney, Carol Deering, Linda H.Y. Hegland, John Johnson, Jim Larson, Diane Raven, Jeannie Roberts, Dayeton Tolle, and Alexander Zitzner. It features flash fiction by Meg Pokrass and showcases creative nonfiction by Anne Marie DeVito, Linda H.Y.Hegland, B.J. Hollars, Andrew Patrie, and Ken Szymanski. Think. Feel. Enjoy. Entire worlds await.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, August 2017 online

Issue 12 features new experimental film, fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry from Lime Hawk's talented contributors: Sasha Ingber, Eddie Shore, Bridget Menasche, Amy Newday, C.D. Frelinghuysen, John Bonanni, Abbie Lahmers, Daniel Barnum, Caroline DeLuca, Don Delo, Deborah Fass, Rachel Richardson, David Crews, Michelle Brooks, Cari Oleskewicz, Melanie Lust, Paolo Di Rosa, Andrew Mirzoian, and Jay Oh.


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