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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2017

Short stories by Dan Hernandez, Andrea Eberly, Stephanie Austin, and Jacqueline Guidry; poetry by Joannie Stangeland, Jacob Sunderline, Dahlia Seroussi, and Eric Cruz; and nonfiction by Andrea Cheatham and Sharon Dilworth. In Decline/Accept, find "This Mortal Coil" by Nathan Willis, and in One to Watch, read an excerpt from "Writing & Selling Short Stories & Personal Essays: The Essential Guide to Getting Your Work Published" by Windy Lynn Harris. Also in this issue: illustrations by Justin Burks, and interviews with our short story authors.

Stories by Tim Raymond, Zehra Nabi, Matthew Lansburgh, Mark Fishman, Angela So, Toby Wallis, Erin Rose Belair, Karen Malley, Julia Phillips, Nicholas Clemente, Polly Rosenwaike, and Doug Crandell. Plus an interview with Kirstin Valdez Quade by Jeremiah Chamberlin.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Number 2, Spring 2017

The MacGuffin’s Spring 2017 issue features new poetry by this year’s Poet Hunt Contest judge, Naomi Shihab Nye, and perennial MacGuffin favorites Barbara Crooker and Linda Nemec Foster. Helping to cap off the poetry in this issue is Joseph Powell’s “The Last Bee.” Whether it is a snapshot in time or something more ominous is left to the reader to decide. This issue’s nonfiction includes work by Beau Ewan, as well as John Davidson’s account of Bob Dylan’s 1965 Newport show. All of this, along with our usual spread of Fiction, is sandwiched within cover art by Jacqueline Alcántara.

In the Spring 2017 issue, find nonfiction by Catherine Pond and Lee Zacharias; fiction by Bradford Kammin, Andrew Mitchell, and Leslie Pietrzyk; and poetry by George David Clark, Emily Rose Cole, Chelsea Dingman, Anna Claire Hodge, Ada Limon, Mark Neely, Maggie Smith, and more. Plus, art by Robert Pollard.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 3, August 2017

In this issue: the winner of the 2017 Tillie Olsen Short Story Award "Confluence" by Adam Kotlarczyk; stories by Lee Kvern, Matthew Woodman, LB Johnston, Emma Wunsch, Kristin Lea Berry, Lacey Brummer, and Justin Herrmann; poetry by Esteban Rodriguez, Jayne Guertin, Amanda-Gaye Smith, Marg Walker, Judy Shepps Battle, Lisa Stice, Greg Jensen, Travis Truax, James Miller, Gayton Gomez, Paulette Guerin, Daniel David, Anna Lowe Weber, and Cheryl Buchanan; and essays by Rashaun J. Allen, Heidi Sell, S. Holley, and Isabelle Skye. Robert Fanning and Dallas Woodburn interviews. Craft essay by Chelsey Clammer. Plus, art and comics by a dozen artists.

We are pleased to announce the release of our 18th issue, the Summer 2017 issue of Catamaran. This issue features fiction by Ursula Le Guin, poetry and an interview with Dana Gioia, creative nonfiction from Pam Houston, with a 52 total different contributors. Art by Patrick Appleby, Sarah Bianco, Robert Blitzer, Linda Christensen , and others; nonfiction by Judith Barrington, Cheryl Chaffin, Douglas Cruickshank, Ron Eby, Arie Galles, Aliete Guerrero, Pam Houston, Karen Tei Yamashita, and more; fiction by Peter Ho Davies, Edward Porter, Murzban F. Shroff, and others; poetry by Cristina Adams, Beverly Burch, Jeff Ewing, Dana Gioia,Kirk Glaser, Charles Goodrich, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 272, Summer 2017

The Fiddlehead’s sizzling Summer 2017 issue is packed with stories from CanLit luminaries like Eden Robinson and Bill Gaston, as well as up-and-comers like Lisa Alward, who was recently shortlisted for this year's Journey Prize, and Paige Cooper. We also have a superb creative nonfiction piece by Matthew Ferrence, as well as the regular selection of high-quality book reviews.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date August 2017 online

The August issue is now online featuring Isobel Cunningham, Gabor G. Gyukics, Luisa A. Igloria, Brenda Kay Ledford, Joan Leotta, Alison Lock, Robert Garner McBrearty, Todd Mercer, Robert Okaji, Kenneth Pobo, PC Vandall, Mark Young, Aliesa Zoecklein. Reviews of Pippa Little’s Twist and Shirley J. Brewer’s Bistro in Another Realm.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date August 2017 online

Check out our website for new poetry and fiction by Minh-Tam Le, Jan Wiezorek, Ron Hartley, Cristina Querrer, Richard Weaver, and Jack e Lorts. Also, read up on our latest Q & A with author Anju Gattani.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 12 Number 2, Summer 2017

The summer 2017 issue of New Madrid features an exciting collection of fiction, poetry, and essays by a robust group of contributors including H. E. Francis, Scott Blackwood, Mary Crow, Joseph Bathanti, Karen Holmberg, Michael Hettich, Stephanie Dickinson, and many more established and emerging writers. As always, the issue caps off with book reviews highlighting carefully selected titles to enrich your growing reading list. At the helm is editor Ann Neelon who, along with genre editors Dale Ray Phillips and Allen Wier and managing editor Jacque E. Day, work hard each issue to ensure you the best possible reading experience.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 73, August 2017 online

This month’s featured selection includes new translations of Pablo Neruda’s work. Sarah Green interviews translators Tomás Q. Morín and David Young, with excerpts from both translations, as well as comparisons between the two. Adam Tavel reviews two books: Sorrow Bread by Mark Cox and I Am Flying Into Myself by Bill Knott. Emily Grosholz pens “Do I Write as a Woman Poet, or a Poet who is a Woman?” In this month’s poetry selections, find work by Terese Svoboda, Ron Smith, Paul Nemser, Nin Andrews, Maggie Smith, Leah Umansky, Hsia Yü translated by Steve Bradbury, Joseph Campana, Jonathan Taylor, Daniel Tobin, Carrie Etter, and David Bottoms.

In this issue: Abhishek Sengupta, Alina Gharabegian,Carl Boon, D. Dina Friedman, Don Adams, Farhad Showghi (translated by Harry Roddy), Jessica Mehta, Kimberly Robison, Lidia Kosk (translated by Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka),Matt Morris, Mercedes Lawry, Michael Flanagan, Remi Recchia, Robert Joe Stout,Robert Vivian, Roger Leege, Ronald Walker, Seth Jani, and Tom Holmes.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, 2017

In vignettes structured through the 22 cards of the Tarot deck’s Major Arcana, a young woman kayaks the rough waters of the Pacific, journeys through the Colombian Amazon, hikes through summer in Alaska, hops trains from coast to coast, and wanders the streets of San Francisco. Is she following her wayfaring spirit, attempting to quell her wanderlust, or is she running from something even she doesn’t understand? Find out in True Story Issue 10: “Tarot of Transformation” by Sonja Swift.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 23, Summer 2017

Our Summer 2017 issue features Zebra and zebra-related art, an interview with and poems by featured poet Emily Grosholz (interviewed by Mark Jarman), David Larsen in memoir, Laura DiCarlo Short in essays, and Brooke Clark in book reviews. Find fiction by Tom Larsen, Israel A. Bonilla, and Bruce Johnson, as well as poetry by Frederick Wilbur, Roy Bentley, Aaron Poochigian, Catharine Savage Brosman, Terese Coe, William Conelly, Horace, Ryan Wilson, Francesco Petrarca, Lee Harlin Bahan, and Tatiana Forero Puerta.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 25, July 2017 online

Our first issue under our new name features a special Sacred Americas folio, edited by Desiree C. Bailey. Also special to this issue are some amazing comics! Like this choose-your-own-adventure by Allie Doersch. We're excited to introduce "poems that wrestle the present, and challenge our significations." We are pleased as well to share formally inventive and emotionally potent nonfiction. On the translation front, we bring you the "dark issue.” Fiction fans will fall in love with the stories in this issue, which "resist technological order, and instead creating value through aesthetic nonconformity." Also included, our themed folio of work on objectification (and the resistance to and refusal thereof).

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40 Number 2, Summer 2017

“Mischief Makers” issue featuring works by Megan Blankenship, Katie Bickham, Michael Byers, May-lee Chai, Jane Gillette, Rebecca Macijeski, Jamison Rankin, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, Joyce Schmid, Kristine Somerville, and M. G. Stephens.

In this issue: art by Jeanie Tomanek, fiction by Erin Seward-Hiatt, nonfiction by Elsa Valmidiano, and poetry by Crystal J. Zanders. Additional imagery by Kim J. Gifford, Adriaen Coorte, and Billy Tee.

2017 finds Southern Humanities Review celebrating 50 years of print publication with a cover gilded in gold. The Winter 2017 issue features an essay by Greg Varner; fiction by Craig Bernardini, Megan Fahey, Beck Hagenston, Ted Morrissey, and Hannah Pittard; and poetry by Jessica Rae Bergamino, Marci Calabretta Cancio-Bello, Tarfia Faizullah, Joe Jiménez, Elizabeth Langemak, Kamilah Aisha Moon, Melissa Mylchreest, Sam Ross, sam sax, Derek Sheffield.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 9, July 2017 online

Our latest issue, Number 9, features poetry from Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz, DéLana R.A. Dameron, Justin Phillip Reed, RA Villanueva, and others, as well as fiction and nonfiction from Annabelle Carvell and Donald Edem Quist, and an interview with Esmé Weijun Wang.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 75 Number 2, Spring 2017

Our Spring 2017 issue leads with Andrew Graham-Yooll’s memoriam of Norman Thomas di Giovanni, a friend and long-time contributor to the Antioch Review. Following are 10 sketches including translations of Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s and Max Frisch’s works by Robert C. Conrad and glimpses into a 14th century Venetian Navy sailor’s life by Priscilla Long, 7 stories including “Planning Ahead” by Rick DeMarinis, 20 poems by prominent and promising poets (including translations of Dmitri A. Prigrov’s works by Simon Schuchat), 6 book reviews, several “Letters to the Editor” as well as our Poetry Today: “Poetry from the Garden: Discovering G. F. Dutton.” 

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