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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date July 2019 online

The July issue is now online featuring Sara Backer, John Bartlett, John Grey, Nat Hope, David Lukens, Julie Maclean, Todd Mercer, Jeff Newberry, Niall M. Oliver, Holly Peppe, William R. Soldan, Isabelle Thompson, Mark Williams. Reviews of Niall Campbell’s Noctuary and Claudia Serea and Maria Haro’s TwoiXism. Also a special tribute to Les Murray.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 214 Number 4, July/August 2019

This issue features a portfolio of Global Anglophone Indian poems edited and introduced by Kazim Ali and Rajiv Mohabir. The portfolio includes work by Rukmini Bhaya Nair, Snehal Vadher, Sharmistha Mohanty, Hoshang Merchant, Jennifer Robertson, Sridala Swami, Biswamit Dwibedy, Kanya Kanchana, Nabina Das, Arvind Krishna Mehrotra, Anu Lakhan, Francine Simon, Shani Mootoo, and more. Plus invocations by Arthur Sze, Carolina Ebeid, Sharon Wang, Cathy Song, Ching-In Chen, and more. Essays by Lucy Biederman and Christopher Spaide.

The Summer 2019 Issue of SRPR is now available. In issue 44.1, you will find: cover art by Shahrbanoo Hamzeh; poems by Elizabeth Hatmaker, the SRPR Illinois Poet, plus C. S. Giscombe, interviewed by Jeff Higgins and Emily Ronay Johnston on Hatmaker's work; new poetry by Jerome Rothenberg, Selva Casal (trans. by Jeannine M. Pitas), James Pate, Lina ramona Vitkauskas, Cristina Rivera Garza (trans. by Julia Leverone), and Jeannine Hall Gailey; The SRPR Review Essay by Spencer Short, who reviews books by Terrance Hayes (American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin), Caroline Levine (Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network), and Frederick Seidel (Widening Income Inequality: Poems).

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 1, Spring 2019

The Spring 2019 issue of The Florida Review includes our 2018 Editors' Awards winners Katy Shay, Amanda Hawkins, and Mi-Kyung Shin. With additional work by Mark Halliday, Ethel Morgan Smith, Lyn Lifshin, Carl Dennis, David Rivard, Gerry LaFemina, and Ashley Wurzbacher.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 4, July/August 2019

The migrants are all court poets now. At night / they labor to translate / their traumas into EU legalese. The new July/Aug 2019 issue of the Kenyon Review includes five powerful poems about refugees in the Mediterranean, by the prominent Libyan-American writer and translator Khaled Mattawa. You’ll also find poems by Zaina Alsous, Joshua Bennett, Stephen Dunn, Guy Goffette, Shelley Wong, and Emily Yong, stories by Ariel Delgado Dixon, Kate Berson, and Aruni Kashyap, nonfiction by Andrea J. Buchanan and Floyd Collins, a review of Thom Gunn’s New Selected Poems by Jeffrey Meyers, and much more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 2, Summer 2019 online

In the Summer 2019 issue of The Shore, find poetry by Jordan Durham, Sneha Subramanian Kanta, Ben Seanor, Nicole Rollender, EG Cunningham, Max Heinegg, Shannon Austin, Bob Sykora, Rachel Small, JK Anowe, Vismai Rao, Jonathan Louis Duckworth, Chloe N. Clark, Nishat Ahmed, Jack B. Bedell, William James, Charlotte Covey, Satya Dash, Melinda Ruth, Terin Weinberg, Alec Prevett, Alejandro Ruiz del Sol, Nancy Mitchell, Molly Likovich, Tyler Truman Julian, Joshua Young, and Katie Chavatel.  

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 48, Summer 2019

Poetry by Andrea Cohen, Martha Collins, John F. Deane Nick Flynn, Daninelle Legros Georges, Jane Hirshfield, Joan Houlihan, Fanny Howe, Maxine Hong Kingston, John Kinsella, Yusef Komunyakaa, Gail Mazur, Leslie McGrath, Jacquelyn Pope, Lloyd Schwartz, Don Share, Kim Stafford, Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad, Meg Tyler, Afaa M. Weaver, and many more, including a special poetry portfolio edited by Fred Marchant. Fiction by Terry Dubow, Gabriel Houck, Kalila Holt, and Michael Czyzniejewski. Plus four book reviews.

In this issue: Meg Pokrass, Bari Lynn Hein, Sam Smiley, Avijit Roy, Cheyenne Autry, Sharon Dilworth, Julia Gerhardt, Mary Beth Hines, Jamey Genna, C.G. Thompson, Jeff Nazzaro, Robert Libbey, Will H. Blackwell Jr., Jieyan Wang, and Barry Yedvobnick.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 51, Summer 2019

Our summer issue No. 51 thoughtfully and bravely engages the topic of "Consume." In preparing this issue, we heard all kinds of stories from our Readers' Notes section of the magazine about how and where and what you've consumed or been consumed by. And we gathered amazing work from our contributors on consuming love, distraction and what consumes our attention, gun violence in schools, the things that fill our childhood, consumerism in America, our earth's resources, and so much more. This kind of deep attention on an issue that really matters is special.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 27, Spring/Summer 2019

Kamilah Aisha Moon reads Gwendolyn Brooks, Erin Somers tells a tale of changed fortunes and changed hearts, Ross Gay sings the praises of blueberries, V. Penelope Pelizzon elegizes estrogen, Stephanie Heit and Petra Kuppers dance in the streets, Emily Kendal Frey offers a ritual for healing, and George David Clark sends us a postcard.

With global breadth and an impassioned sense of urgency, A Rising Sea of Climate Change Lit headlines the Summer 2019 issue of World Literature Today. Featuring writers from Australia, Brazil, Ireland, Mexico, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the US, the section combines creative work as well as critical insights into our current ecological crisis. Additional highlights include essays by Andrew Lam on Saigon and Vanessa Garcia on translating Cuba, plus interviews, short fiction, and poetry. As always, book reviews, recommended reading lists, and literary miscellany are featured throughout, along with web-exclusive content.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 2, Summer 2019

The Summer 2019 issue asks, “Where’s the Food Truck?” Writers and photographers share their interpretation of the theme: Linda Berry, Edith McDowell Edson, V.J. Hamilton, Pat Snyder Hurley, Caroline H. Tiuseco, Kimberly White, Paul Stansbury, Harriet Wetherell, Susan Duke, Jennifer Hambrick, Bruce Harris, John Kaprielian, Madonna Dries Christensen, Deb Thom, H.B. Salzer, Linda Owens, Melinda Brasher, and Frances Rodriguez.

In this issue: Eighteen Polish poets in translation / Eighteen Polish poets cross the frontiers of language; Alisa Koryakh envisions the future through the sites of her Jewish past; Greg Williard keeps the classroom lights on; Jehanne Dubrow investigates the secrets behind the beauty of Art Nouveau;  Dan O’Brien addresses his shadow, his brother; Angelique Stevens moves her mother’s books, from asylum to apartment to her own home, moves—then finally reads—her mother’s books; and Chopin and George Sand in love and conflict.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date May 2019 online

In this issue, find poetry by Guffy Bergman, Dionne Custer Edwards, Joel Fry, Diane Henningfeld, Imran Khan, Rituparna Sahoo, Anne Marie Warner, Richard Widerkehr, B.J. Wilson, and more; flash fiction by Ashton Carlile, Andrew Ciaccio, D. M. Dunn, Erin Lyndal Martin, and more; art by Julie Hornsby, Mario Loprete, Sue Wicker, and others; fiction by Jennifer Brown, Peter Colwell, Shaunacy Ferro, and more; multimedia by Carolyn Guinzio and Hayden Rigby; creative nonfiction by Cassie Gross, Mister Hager, Bryan Lindsey, Dan Morey, Cameron Steele, and Mike Zimmerman; and flash nonfiction by Annette Covrigaru, Alice Lowe, Julie Patterson, Corey Miller, Sarah Pollock, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 28, 2019

"The Sfumato of Captain Jeff" by Dave Zoby. A community college professor runs away from middle age and grief to spend a summer on the Nona’s Ark, a halibut charter based in Homer, Alaska. While there, he finds his fish story, but he also captures a vivid portrait of a salty old-timer struggling to make a living in an industry threatened by overfishing and rising temperatures.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 95, Spring 2019

The Spring issue of Crazyhorse is here! Find fiction by Erin Flanagan, Thomas H. McNeely, Anne Valente, and more; nonfiction by Paul Crenshaw and Christine Spillson; and poetry by Tory Adkisson, Nicky Beer, Traci Brimhall, James Grinwis, Elisa Karbin, Jonathan Katz, Lisa Lewis, Jakob Maier, Erika Meitner, Sarah Rose Nordgren, Alison Stine, Liliana Maria Ursu, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 73 Number 2, Summer 2019

In this issue, find essays by Amy Wright, Gerald Majer, and Rick Cambell, as well as the co-authored “Works-in-Progress” by Brenda Miller & Julie Marie Wade. Fiction by Ann Harleman, Rex Adams, and Holly Beth Pratt; poetry by Christopher Kempf, Valerie Nieman, Keith Ratzlaff, Jeff Gundy, Adam Tavel, Andrea Hollander, Alberto Rios, Lola Haskins, and Alberto Rios; and art by featured artist Toyin Ojih Odutola introduced by Katie Geha.

In this issue, find poetry by Adam Gellings, Toshiaki Kamura, Maxima Kahn, Lillo Way, Eric Stiefel, Jay Leeming, Susan Rich, Claire Wahmanholm, Liz N. Clift, Kat Lewis, and more; fiction by Sonya Chyu, Susan Bruns Rowe, Natasha Ayaz, and David Domine; nonfiction by Erik Reece, Martha Park, Robert Radin, and Beth Alvarado; and dramatic writing by Isaac Gomez and Julia B. Rosenblatt. In the Cornerstone section: Delaney Coldren, Christina Wang, Michelle Foster, Zoe Marquis, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2019 online

The Summer 2019 issue features art by Naomi Lawrence curated by Ana C.H. Silva; “Motherhood and Guilt” a poetry folio curated by Jennifer Martelli and Cindy Veach with work by Marjorie Maddox, Rebecca Hart Olander, Jules Jacob, Meg Leonard, Cheryl Clark Vermeulen, and E. Kristin Anderson. JP Howard interviews Keisha Gaye-Anderson whose poetry and art can also be found in this issue.

Sky Island Journal’s stunning 9th 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 over 45,000 readers in 145 countries already know; the finest new writing is here, at your fingertips.


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