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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 27 Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2015
Gulf Coast Issue 27.1 includes the winners of the 2014 Gulf Coast Prizes, as well as the work of Otabenga Jones & Associates, a feature by Tony Hoagland, and translations, critical art writing, and visual art that take on the nature of language, identity, and empathy. Jen Hofer and John Pluecker of Antena are featured, as are prose and poetry by Daisy Hernández, Wang Ping, Caitlin Horrocks, Juan Villoro translated by Sarah Pollack, Dorothea Lasky, Camille Rankine, Natalia Toledo, and many others.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 36 Number 2, Winter 2014
The Winter 2014 issue of Indiana Review features cover art by Scott Carmichael; fiction by Jessica Richardson, Elise Burke, Catherine Carberry, Kelsey Ronan, Ruth Glam, Dennis James Sweeney, A. A. Srinivasan, and Nicky Beer; poetry by Nicole Cooley, Heather Cox, Edgar Kunz, Danez Smith, Liam O'Rourke, Ching-In Chen, Emily Mohn-Slate, Luke Johnson, Rachel Rhinehart, Nina LaRue Puro, Traci Brimhall, and the winner of the 2014 Poetry Prize Cecilia Woloch; nonfiction by Matthew Gavin Frank, Rolf Potts, and Kathryn Nuernberger. This issue also showcases a special folio: Understanding Readiness featuring Amiri Baraka, Francine j. harris, Patricia Smith, Roger Reeves, Tarfiah Faizullah, Toi Derricotte, Matthew Shenonda, and avery r. young.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 1, Fall 2014
Poetry in this issue is by Samuel Piccone, Jeffrey Alfier, Martin Achatz, Gloria Keeley, Laura Kasischke, Ethan Joella, Linda Nemec Foster, Eileen Malone, Holly Hendin, Jeffrey Alfier, and Patricia Gray. Fiction and nonfiction features works by Paul S. Magnus, L. L. Babb, Maxwell Junge, Isaac Black, Nelson Lloyd, Jeffrey D. Boldt, Robert Moore, Raymond Shih, Clarissa N. Goenawan, Parini Shroff, Denton Loving, George Dila, B. P. Green baum, David A. Taylor, Coby Hoffman, Dixon Hearne, Devin Stark, and Bob Mundy. Art featured in this issue comes from Marilyn Rauth.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 1, Winter 2015
This issue of New Madrid contains seven reviews, and a mix of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by Julie Hensley, Mark Pawlak, Jessica Housand-Weaver, William Notter, Ron McFarland, Jim Whiteside, Andrea Elaine Wuorenmaa, Todd Davis, Lauren Camp, Marlin Barton, April Freely, Jason Tandon, Barbara Harroun, Dan Leach, John I. Scott, Sandra Fees, Kyle David Anderson, and B.J. Best. Also included is photography by Kathleen Gunton, with the coverart by Lydia Diemer.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2014-15
In this issue is fiction by Justin Bigos, Naira Kuzmich, Andrew Milward, Laura Van Etten, and Charles Wilkinson; nonfiction by Liz Arnold, Nathan Jandl, Michael Larson, Mara Naselli, Lynda Sexson, and Kate Washington; and poetry by Sarah Barber, Grady Chambers, Jennifer S. Cheng, Benjamin Goldberg, Benjamin S. Grossberg, Sara Eliza Johnson, Taylor Harrison Micks, David Moahn, Susanna Nevison, James Shiller, Matt Sumpter, Jake Syersak, Noel Thistle Tague, and P.J. Williams. Also in this issue are contest winners Anders Carlson-Wee with “The Low Passions: Dynamite,” Rachel Goldman with “Steps,” Ho Nansorhon with “Poem Given to a Nun While Staying in a Taoist Monastery,” and Nick Neely with “The Book of Agate.”
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 39, Fall/Winter 2014-15
Salamander 20.1 includes prize-winning stories by Barrett Warner and Margaret Osburn (judged by Jennifer Haigh), as well as fiction by Elliot Ackerman, Parini Shroff, and Karen Tucker. Poets include Todd Swift, Maggie Dietz, Elyse Fenton, Ciaran Berry, Jessica Plante, Daniel Tobin, and many more. Reviews of work by Frannie Lindsay, Fanny Howe, Claudia Rankine, and Shane McCrae.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 89 Number 1, January-February 2015
Mia Couto, winner of the 2014 Neustadt International Prize for Literature, headlines the January 2015 issue of World Literature Today, which also features a special section devoted to flash nonfiction and a complete redesign inside and out. Additional highlights include a suite of contemporary Ethiopian poetry, essays by Elif Shafak and Zsolt Láng, an interview with Hassan Blasim, and poetry by Circe Maia and John Kinsella. As always, new books and book reviews are also featured throughout, along with exclusive content on the WLT website.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 1, January 2015 online
Our fifth issue, edited by a large group of nine editors, features a breath-taking splatter painting from our regular artist, Nathaniel Saint Amour, stream of consciousness work of fiction from Jason H., an original take on artistic exclusivity by Lauren Walden Rabb, engaging poetic structure by David Hathwell, and our first comic publications! See the full issue for over twenty writers and artists,  featuring interviews with them about their published works.
The January 2015 issue of Hermeneutic Chaos features poetry and prose by Chris Gaffney, Flower Conroy, Anna Meister, Bill Yarrow, Rachel Crawford, April Bradley, Ryan Bollenbach, Anna Lowe Weber, Meg Cowen, GennaRose Nethercott, Amanda Frost, Pamela Hill, and Matthew Kabik, among others.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 2015 online
Our latest issue features new work by Karen Craigo, Thomas Fucaloro, Nathaniel Heely, Kate Hinnant, Melissa Ho, Jessie Janeshek, Kelly Kiehl, Joe Lucido, Wendy Neale Merry, Nick Ostdick, John Rodzvilla, Julian Sutherland-Beatson, and Sara C. Thomason. Also, our resident critic, Spencer Dew, reviews Gregory Robinson's All Movies Love the Moon: Prose Poems on Silent Film, Megan Stielstra's Once I Was Cool, and Tommy Zurhellen's Armageddon, Texas.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Number 1, January-February 2015 online
In this issue: Steve Verona, “Mao to Now”, photography & essay; Fred Roberts provides an overview of the German Local Heroes music contest introducing some of the top new groups in Germany’s — and Europe’s — music scene; Alexis Rhone Fancher & Murray Alfredson, poetry; Race and Racism – another view, Jim Palombo, politics; review of Michael Goldberg’s book “True Love Scars”; A Legacy of AIDS, by Molly Krause, creative nonfiction; Life is Full of Surprises, Steve Bromberg, photographer; Normal Mailer, Poet? by John Smelcer; Corbett Reynolds – Artist Remembered, by Thomas Queen; Photography Spot, Benoit Jammes; Columns by Mark Levy, Bill Dixon, Steve Poleskie, Galanty Miller, and an “On Location” at Art Basel with Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 205 Number 4, January 2015
New poems by Tarfia Faizullah, Tommye Blount, Philip Levine, David Shapiro, David Baker, Rae Armantrout, Samuel Amadon, Fady Joudah, H.L. Hix, Kathy Fagan, Tyler Milles, Jennifer Barber, Eileen Myles, Kevin Craft, Paisley Rekdal, Rafael Campo, Mark Levine, Jane Hirshfield, and Deborah Landau; a portfolio of poems written by students at Our Little Roses, an all-girl orphanage in Hondoras, edited by Spencer Reece and Richard Blanco; Mike Chasar on orality and the memorizing poems; Marjorie Perloff on Frank O'Hara's Lunch Poems; Rowan Ricardo Phillips reviews Ange Mlinko's latest collection.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 18, Winter 2014
With the 2014 Able Muse Write Prize for Poetry & Fiction–includes the winning story and poems from the contest winners and finalists. Editorial: Alexander Pepple. Featured artist: Gustavo Thomas. Featured Poet: Wendy Videlock (interviewed by David Mason). Fiction: Tamas Dobozy, Maxine Rosaler, Michael Lacare, Bridget Apfeld, Anthony Mastroianni, J. Preston Witt. Essays: N.S. Thompson, Michael Cohen, Barbara Haas, Derek Furr. Book Reviews: Martin McGovern, Hollis Seamon. Poetry: Hailey Leithauser, Catharine Savage Brosman, Katharine Coles, Susan McLean, Jeredith Merrin, Lisa Huffaker, Len Krisak, Gail Tyson, Stephen Kampa, Terese Coe, Robert W. Crawford, Marilyn L. Taylor, Catherine Chandler, Judith Kunst, Paul Verlaine, Diane Furtney, Teresa Milbrodt, Kathryn Locey, Peter Austin, Kyle Potvin, Roy Bentley, Pierre de Ronsard, Frank De Canio, Dorie deWitt LaRue, J.P. Grasser, Zara Raab, Duane Caylor, Anne-Marie Thompson, Scott M. Miller, Eric Berlin.
From Andrea Cohen’s 10-line “Doing the Loop,” which asserts “The rules are made to be broken,” to Amy Sonoun’s 8-page “Wreaths,” a contemporary rendering of George Herbert’s 17th century verse forms, the winter 2014/2015 issue of the Beloit Poetry Journal takes the reader on an unbridled ride through poetic perspectives.
This fall/winter double issue of The Chattahoochee Review has a special focus on skin. It features work by Ann Hood, Paul Hostovsky, Luis Jaramillo, Angela Morales, David James Poissant, Nathan Poole, Seth Brady Tucker, Edmund White, and many more.
This issue (v4n2) of CLT celebrates the modern Chinese short story. Our special section highlights the work of four authors well known for their short fiction: Ai Wei, Fan Xiaoqing, Dong Xi, and Li Shijiang. Our featured poet is Chi Lingyun, a powerful feminist voice known for drawing on both modern scenes and her rural upbringing. Wolfgang Kubin, our featured scholar, is Europe’s most prolific translator of Chinese literature, having translated more than one hundred volumes. Yet over the last decade, Kubin’s polarizing criticism of contemporary Chinese fiction has become a central topic of debate in Chinese literary circles.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 20 online
We are excited to release Drunken Boat #20! In addition to our regular features on Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction, Reviews and Translation, we also have three special folios: one on Digital Poetry that explores the relationship between writing and technology as well as intertexuality; another on Poetry Comix & Animation focuses the visual implications of image and text; and the final on the Affrilachian Arts movement. So grab a cup of coffee, make sure the volume on your computer is on, and have a look!
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 33, Winter 2014-15
This issue of Ruminate explores Artist as Seer with fiction from Jaren Watson; nonfiction by Sophfronia Scott; Visual Art by Hilary White, Aaron Lee Benson, and Lisa Discepoli Line; a review by Kyli Sterling Larsen; and poetry by Emily Rose Cole, Charity Gingerich, J. Scott Brownlee, Amy Woschek Schmidt, Kim Garcia, Berwyn Moore, Kathleen Markowitz, Carolyn Moore, Carolyn Oxley, James Dickson, Kimberly Burwick, Luke Hankins, Elizabeth Chao, Kimberly Ann Priest, Jessica Thompson, and Abigail Carroll.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date December 2014 online
Welcome to the December 2014 issue of decomP! Our latest issue features new work by Yennie Cheung, Jackson Culpepper, Scott Daughtridge, Darren C. Demaree, Grant Faulkner, Ori Fienberg, Sara J. Frantz, Kasey Johnson, Matthew Lykins, Karolina Manko, Edward Manzi, Melissa Ostrom, April Salzano, and Rachel Logan Snyder. Our resident critic, Spencer Dew, reviews Joshua Corey's Beautiful Soul: An American Elegy, Laura Ellen Joyce's The Luminol Reels, and Frank Smith's Guantanamo, translated by Vanessa Place. Additionally, a hearty congratulations to our 2014 Pushcart Prize nominees: Kevin Casey, Sophia Holtz, Raul Palma, Sarah Pape, Caleb Tankersley, and Marcelle Thiebaux.
This issue features a graphic narrative by Heinz Insu Fenkl; pinhole photography by R.C. Barajas; digital photography by Julianna Foster; paintings by Mimi Oritsky; short stories by Emilia Rodriguez; Annika Neklason, Alina Grabovski, Becky Tuch, Sanaë Lemoine, Charles Ramsay McCrory, David Hallock Sanders, Emanuel Melo, and John Shea; poetry by Harmony Button, Amanda Silberling, Robert Lunday, Julia BlochF. J. Bergmann, Gabrielle Campagnano, Jesse Castaldi Keen, John Middlebrook, John Goodhue, Page Riehl, and Samantha Barrow; and flash by GennaRose Nethercott, Chris Vola, Charlie Keys Bohem, Heather Bourbeau, Ingrid Claire Wenzler, Jason Newport, Melissa Ostrom, Neil Boyack, Nick Kolakowski, Paul Enea, Ron Burch, and William Alton; and essays by William Bradley, Angelique Stevens, Colleen Davis, Andrea Jarrell, Sharon White, and J. J. Anselmi!

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