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- Linked Title basalt
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Number 1, Spring 2019
The Spring 2019 issue features poetry by F. Daniel Rzicznek, Karl Plank, Sarah Gridley, Heather Cahoon, Piotr Florczyk, David Axelrod, Deborah Buchanan, Cory Hutchinson-Reuss, Sarah Aronson, Helena Lipstadt, Molly McCarty, John Sibley Williams, and more.
- Linked Title The Briar Cliff Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31, 2019
The latest issue of The Briar Cliff Review features contest winners Kateri Kosek in poetry, Rachel E. Hicks in fiction, and Beverly Tan Murray in nonfiction. We also see themes of loss, grief, loneliness, and reminiscence in work by Elizabeth Paul, Andrea Lewis, Alison Townsend, Jennifer Stern, Hinhan Kaga, Jack Schuler, Lauren Coggins, Frank Paino, and Ian C. Williams.
- Linked Title Cleaver Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 26, Summer 2019
In the Summer 2019 issue: short stories by Emily Lackey, Patrick McNeil, Geri Ulrey, and Tom Lakin; poetry by Dyllan Moran, Jessica Cuello, Simon Shieh, David Callan, Kathryn V. Jacopi, and more; nonfiction by Kat Saunders, Geoff Graser, Suzanne Farrell Smith, and others; flash by Arya F. Jenkins, Chila Woychik, Tory Lord O’Neill, and more. In art, find “PASSAGES: An Installation in Progress’ by Cheryl Harper, and “Mid-Century Hipster” by Emily Steinberg in the visual narrative category.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 94, June 2019
This issue’s featured selection includes poetry by Amit Majmudar, the poet interviewed by Nancy Mitchell. Joshua Corey reviews Amish Trivedi’s Your Relationship to Motion Has Changed. Peter Johnson discusses the prose poem in “The Prose Poem and the Problem of Genre.” This month’s poetry selections include work by Samira Negrouche, Nance Van Winckel, Scott Withiam, Stewart Moss, Nin Andrews, Julia Shipley, Marie Lundquist, and more.
- Linked Title Allegro Poetry Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 21, June 2019
“The Garden” issue is here. Get out your deckchair, sit in the sun and enjoy reading these poems. Our poets have warmed to this month's theme, and we hope you appreciate their gardening endeavors. Poems by Miranda Day, Gareth Writer-Davies, Alarie Tennille, Sarah Brown Weitzman, Patrick Deeley, Michael G. Casey, Dan MacIsaac, M.S. Rooney, Carol Grametbauer, John Mole, Goran Gatalica, KB Ballentine, Bill Brown, John Newson, Eric Chiles, Claire Temple, Craig Dobson, George Lacey, Elizabeth Jane Timms, Charity Everitt, Mantz Yorke, and Lisa Reily.
- Linked Title The Antioch Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 77 Number 1, Winter 2019
This current issue covers a great deal of literary territory and includes writers well known to these pages and work fresh to literary canon once again providing our readers with the best words in the best order. Essays: Patricia Foster “Pilgrimage” Pricilla Long “On Happiness” Maureen McCoy “Ghost Girl at the Polka Dot Cleaners.” Fiction: Rachel Rose “Buccal Swab” and Louise Simons “The Pearls That Were His Eyes.” Poetry: Mary Leaders “Spinster” Jules Gibbs “A Day Without Women” Gail Wronsky “Let’s Not Fetishize the Negativity.”
- Linked Title The Lake
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date June 2019
The June issue is now online featuring Joe Balaz, David Callin, Kitty Coles, Leslie Dianne, Deirdre Hines, Luke Johnson, Jack Little, Beth McDonough, Katerina Neocleous, Roger Sipple. Reviews of Clarinda Harriss/Peter Bruun’s Innumerable Moons and Kavita A. Jindal’s Patina.
- Linked Title Missouri Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 42 Number 1, Spring 2019
The “Collisions” issue. Inside: The Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize Winners and a conversation with Nathaniel Philbrick. Featuring the work of Anthony Aycock, Jedediah Cannon, Robert Cochran, Daphne Kalotay, Zachary Lunn, Andrew Mulvania, Vanessa Stauffer, and Lisa Taddeo.
- Linked Title The Chattahoochee Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 1, Spring 2019
In this issue, poetry by Jeanette Beebe, Elena Karina Byrne, Kevin Cantwell, Leigh Anne Couch, Anthony DiPietro, Jonathan Dubow, João Luís Barreto Guimarães, J. M. Jordan, David O’Connell, Alexis Orgera, Emily Schulten, Katherine Smith, and Duo Yu; 2019 Lamar York Prize Winners Whitney Lawson in nonfiction & Peter Justin Newall in fiction; stories by Yasser S. Bashiry, Emma Burcart, Jonathan Durbin, Derek Gromadzki, Denton Loving, Amy Stuber, and John Van Kirk; essays by Andrew Bertaina, Mary Brindley, and Brooke Champagne. Plus art by Sua Han, and a selection of reviews.
- Linked Title Poetry
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 214 Number 3, June 2019
The June 2019 issue features poetry by K Ming Chang, Jim Johnstone, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Javier Zamora, Mary Biddinger, Raymond Luczak, Khaty Xiong, Maria Hummel, Spencer Short, Anne Marie Rooney, John Kinsella, Cody Smith, and more. Drawings by Marianne Boruch. Comments from Vidyan Ravinthiran and Hanif Abdurraqib.
- Linked Title Hiram Poetry Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 80, Spring 2019
From poems about art, veteran service and adjustment, social injustice, little league and football games, to spring giving way to winter, there are many memorable poems in this issue. Marilee Richards, Christopher Brooks, Mick Cochrane, Peter Grandbois, Patricia Hooper, Henry Hughes, Stefan Lovasik, Gary Metras, Cecil Morris, Daniel Morris, Claire Scott, Marty Walsh, and more. Plus reviews by Danni Lynn McDonald and Charles Parsons.
- Linked Title The Iowa Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 49 Number 1, Spring 2019
In this issue: filk music, basketballs and tennis balls, trees with hands, the U.S./Mexico border, an ’80s Detroit dance party, and the winners of the 2018 Jeff Sharlet Memorial Award for Veterans.
- Linked Title Creative Nonfiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 70, Spring 2019
In Creative Nonfiction #70: “Home,” we search for our place in the world. From Ohio to Oregon, from Browning, Montana, to the US-Mexico border, and from gated communities and “safe” suburbs to tight-knit urban neighborhoods, eleven restless writers ask whether home is a place or a state of mind; who belongs and who doesn’t; and why we stay and why we leave. Plus, the difference between “story time” and “text time”; tiny truths; and more.
- Linked Title The Greensboro Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 105, Spring 2019
This issue features the winners of our annual Robert Watson Literary Prizes—Sarah Heying for her story, “The Chair Kickers’ Tale,” and Lena Khalaf Tuffaha for her poem, “Miss Sahar Listens to Fairuz Sing ‘The Bees’ Path’”—along with new work from Jessica Guzman Alderman, Mia Caruso, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Mary Grimm, Rebecca Gayle Howell, Peter Krumbach, Derek N. Otsuji, Sharon Solwitz, and many more. With issue #105, we are also pleased to announce a new publishing partnership with the University of North Carolina Press for journal distribution and subscriptions.
- Linked Title Rattle
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 64, Summer 2019
The Summer 2019 issue features a tribute to Instagram Poets. Much has been written about Instagram poetry over the last several years, and we thought it was time to investigate for ourselves. We received both submissions and recommendations and read through thousands of Instagram accounts, choosing the best 18 poems we could find. The styles span the range, from visual poems to epigrams to more traditional poetry that just happens to fit well with the media. Learn more about the nexus of poetry and Instagram as Timothy Green talks to emerging star Pavana Reddy. Meanwhile, the open section features two dozen eclectic poems.
- Linked Title AGNI
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 89, 2019
This issue features art by Wosene Worke Kosrof; essays by Jo Ann Beard, Kelle Groom, Sara Eliza Johnson, Sam Kahn, and Catherine Ritchie; fiction by Ellen Elias-Bursać & Ivana Bodrozić; Jonathan Escoffery, David Hayden, Grace Singh Smith, and more; poetry by Shauna Barbosa, Sandra Beasley, Cyrus Cassells, Eamon Grennan, Kimberly Kruge, Sharon Olds, Julia Shipley, and more.
- Linked Title The Esthetic Apostle
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date May 2019
In this issue, find prose by James Roderick Burns, Alan Meyrowitz, Robert Morella, Jason Otis; poetry by Stuart Forrest, Brandon Noel, Niku Rice, William Schulz, Corbin Wamble, Davinia Hamilton, Michele Randall, Robert Rubino, Laura Traverse, and Cathy Wittmeyer; and art and photography by Joel Blackstock, Eric Erekson, Rachel Van Wylen, Kaloyan Ivanov, and more.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 27, 2019
"Where Am I?" by Heather Sellers. She gets lost on a straight line—that’s what Heather Sellers’s father said about her, and it wasn’t an unfair description. But a chance encounter with a stranger in an airport proves to be a turning point. How can a person learn to reorient herself after a lifetime of being lost in the world?
- Linked Title Nimrod International Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 62 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2019
Poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction by writers from or with heritage from the Middle East and North Africa. In these pages, we seek to celebrate the diverse cultures and people of these regions and to create an inclusive environment for writers to share their stories. 49 emerging and established writers are featured, including Salim Barakat, Eli Eliahu, Hedy Habra, and Nahid Rachlin. Also in this issue, alongside other remarkable work selected throughout the year, we present the winners and finalists of the second annual Francine Ringold Awards for New Writers, a competition that honors the work of emerging poets and fiction writers.
- Linked Title The Malahat Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 206, Spring 2019
Issue #206 features Rowan McCandless's 2018 Constance Rooke Creative Nonfiction winning essay, "Found Objects," as well as the winning pieces from 2019's Open Season Awards: Lishai Peel's memoir "Letters to My Mother," Janika Oza's story "Exile," and Rami Schandall's poem "Timepiece." Issue #206 also features cover art by Jillian Tamaki, poetry by Alycia Pirmohamed, Armand Garnet Ruffo, and Triin Paja, fiction by Shashi Bhat, nonfiction by Nozomi Imanishi, and many more contributors.