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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9 Number 1, Spring 2014 online
Featuring prose poetry by W.J. Preston and Kelly Scarff; poetry by Robert Lavett Smith, Louisa Howerow, Gail Peck, Abby Rosenthal, Roger Pfingston, and P. Ivan Young; an essay by Vivian Wagner; short fiction by Dave Patterson, Beth Konkoski, and Jennifer Stern; and oil and paper collage by cover artist Ann Marshall.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 186, Winter 2014
Cimarron Review’s latest issue, in addition to featuring Stanley Horowitz’s gorgeous photos of the Long Island Railroad, also includes the provocative poetry of Monica Berlin, Gerry LaFemina, Hannah Beresford, Derek Mong, Neil Shepard, Kate Peper, Elisabeth Murawski, and many others, as well at the sad and funny stories of Raymond Fleischmann, Monique Wentzel, Brenda Peynado, and Leslie Pietrzyk. Pick up your copy today.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 90, Spring 2014
Poems by Larry Levis, Rebecca Dunham, Mary Ann Samyn, Eric McHenry, Heather Sellers, Kenny Williams, William Aarnes, Jon Loomis, Nicole Walker, Betsy Sholl, Gerald Stern, Karl Krolow (translated by Stuart Friebert), Anna Journey, Mark Wagenaar, Angela Ball, Mark Lunday, Kevin Prufer, and many others, along with reviews of new books by Mary Szybist, A. Van Jordan, Shane McCrae, Mark Wunderlich, Donald Revell, Jennifer Atkinson, and Pablo Neruda.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Number 4, Fall 2013
Featuring an essay by James Braziel; fiction by Vic Sizemore, Jared Yates Sexton, and Christopher Linforth; poems by Lisa Wells, Tom Holmes, Devon Branca, Nikki Zielinski, Toni Hanner, Molly Tenenbaum, Jennifer K. Sweeney, Sergio Coddou (trans. Lea Graham), Sophie Klahr, Martha Silano, Clay Matthews, and Maya Jewell Zeller; and book reviews by Amanda Brickell Bellows, Robin Sabino, Sarah Kennedy, Dorene O’Brien, N. S. Boone, and Emma Bolden.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 88 Number 1, Spring 2014
Among the gems in our Spring 2014 issue are “The Alchemist’s Apprentice,” Jack Driscoll’s dazzling story of a son whose mother is disfigured in a fire, and Orlando Ricardo Menes’ prose poem “St. Mena, Gardener of Metals.” The pages also sparkle with fiction by Pete Fromm and poetry from Maxine Kumin, John, Kinsella, Fleda Brown, Martha Rhodes, Ravi Shankar, Donald Platt, and more. With Lia Purpura’s essay on animals kept in a preserve and a review of Afaa Michael Weaver’s book The Government of Nature, this issue is as sure to refresh and enrich as April rain.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2014
The Spring/Summer 2014 issue features the winner of our ninth-annual contest. Poetry by Hannah Aizenman, Matthew Fee, Cindy Beebe, Toby Altman, Kallie Falandays, Kelly Connor. Fiction by T.D. Storm, Sbrina Orah Mark, Mari Christmas, Chad Brandon Anderson. Nonfiction by Dong Li, Sara Finnerty, Lead Poole Osowski, Meredith Clark. Features by Tim Jones-Yelvington, Diana Arterian, Laurie Ann Cedilnik, Hannah Gamble, Joanna Ruocoo, Lauren Hilger, Blake Butler, Matthew Gavin Frank, Amy Lawless, Jayme Russell, Claire Donato, C. Dylan Basset. Art by Cahill Wessell. Chapbook by Sandy Florian.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1, Spring 2014
Janis Hubschman’s “Fearless” takes us to Italy, where three women traveling together find themselves negotiating the ever-shifting dynamics of their friendship. In Kent Nelson’s “Turquoise Water, Terns Hovering,” a man’s ex-wife suddenly—after years of chilly silence—wants to change the terms of their relationship. The budding friendship between two young men in Joseph O’Malley’s “Land of Motionless Childhood” is threatened when one begins to undermine the other’s romantic relationship. And in Jordan Rossen’s “Age of Adjustments,” a couple must return their newly adopted infant when the adoption is revoked, shattering their fledgling parenthood and altering the trajectory of their marriage.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 26, Spring 2013
The Spring 2013 issue features new poesm by Rae Armantrout, Heather Christle, Adam Clay, Oliver de la Paz, Lisa Fishman, Johannes G
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11, 2014
The dossier for Volume 11 is James Schuyler and features Amy Gerstler’s “Fifteen Prayers” with drawings by Gail Swanlund; work by John Ashbery, Catherine Bowman, Shanna Compton, William Corbett, Lisa Fishman, Joanna Fuhrman, Vincent Katz, Katherine Koch, Chip Livingston, Michael Lally, Jennifer Moxley, Charles North, Nick Twemlow, and Ocean Vuong; James Schuyler’s “Black Windows” and other uncollected poems; and new poems by Ching-In Chen, Peter Cooley, Vievee Francis, Hannah Gamble, George Kalamaras, Cate Marvin, D.A. Powell, Rob Schlegel, Aaron Smith, and Rachel Zucker.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 80, 2014
Cutbank 80 is ready to go! Read poetry by Jason Gordon, Christina Olson, Amish Trivedi, Hanae Jonas, Leora Fridman, Kelly Moffett, Brad Volger, Sam Thayn, Cody Ernst, Keegan Lester, Emily Ho, James D’Agostino, Becca Klaver, Annie Guthrie, and more; fiction by Justin Carroll, Vedran Husi?, Liv Stratman, and Kirstin Allio; drawings by Dmitry Borshch; and nonfiction by Devon Taylor and Sarah Vallance.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 68 Number 1, Spring 2014
“Winter’s Glory” by David Wyatt, winner of the Loraine Williams Poetry Prize, is the lead piece. Two other entrants, Kara Krewer and Dean Olson, are present alongside Vermont poet laureate Sydney Lea, former Missouri poet laureate David Clewell, and others. National Magazine Award-winning short-story writer Mary Hood returns with “Mad Woman in the Attic,” while Mary O’Donoghue debuts with “Jules Verne Seeks Dreamers for Long-Distance Travel in Time.” David Bosworth offers a study of modern moral and cultural breakdown. Lisa Knopp’s “Still Life with Peaches” is a taut study of aesthetic and intimate concerns. All this and much more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 7, 2014
Issue 7 of Grist features poetry by Albert Abonado, Mary Jo Balistreri, Monica Berlin, Trent Busch, Michael Collins, William Fargason, Hannah Fries, Benjamin Goldberg, John Gosslee, Casandra Lopez, Michael Marberry, Beth Marzoni, Jennifer Moore, James Reiss, Liz Robbins, Karen Schubert, and more; fiction by Gabriel Houck, Tamar Jacobs, Matt Runkle, A. A. Srinivasan, and Laura Usselman; nonfiction by Allegra Hyde, LaTanya McQueen, and Katie Walsh; craft essays by Claire Miye Stanford and Maura Stanton; an interview with H. L. Hix; and online companion pieces from Anne Barngrover, Monica Berlin, Beth Marzoni, Jennifer Christie, Rob Roensch, and Daryl Farmer.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date 103, 2014
Writing by Charles North, Caroline Knox, Patricia Traxler, Gerald Fleming, Pablo Medina, Yolanda Wisher, Keith Taylor, Harley Elliott, Simon Perchik, and many more. Art portfolio by Albert Kresch.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 2, Winter 2014
With another Poet Hunt Contest all wrapped up, The MacGuffin is proud to present this year’s winning poems! Chosen by guest judge Philip Levine, Jeanine Stevens emerges from the fray victorious with her poem “New Delhi” (p. 85). Following this are Jane Bridges’s “Talk of Former Loves” and Alexander Payne Morgan’s “Ulysses: The Thinker”, the 18th contest’s two honorable mentions. This year’s Poet Hunt is also on its way, beginning on April 1 and judged by Pulitzer Prize winner Carl Dennis! Along with the award-winning poetry found in this issue, readers are treated to our usual smorgasbord of short prose.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 1
Rathalla Review’s 2013 annual print issue features the best from the 2013 Spring and Fall issues, including four works of fiction, two works of creative nonfiction, an array of poems, and artwork from featured artists Dr. Ernet Williamson III and Jackie O’Brien. Other special features include an interview with UPenn memoir professor and author Beth Kephart, as well as a reflection on the work of Anne Lamott by creative nonfiction editor Tracy Kaufmann Wood.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 51, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 theme is ‘The Human Face of Sustainability: Reflecting on Our Changing World’, which features 8 new essays by moms, scientists, farmers, and others. Plus, environmental writer Elizabeth Kolbert on climate change, her adventures with scientists, and why her books don’t have happy endings.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2014 online
The Winter Shapes Issue: “The shapes that winter leaves behind are not so defined by what was, but all the things you did not see.” This inspired collection features original fiction from Jessica Handler, the 501-Word Contest winners, new spoken word Americana, and much, much more . . .
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, 2014
Co-edited by Kate Bernheimer and Timothy Schaffert—alongside the editorial staff of University of Arizona MFA students in new fully funded positions—the issue contains stories, essays, poems, and artwork inspired by fairy tales, the theme of “emerald,” and the Oz series by L. Frank Baum. These magical and throttling new works show us the imagination’s great breadth—here you’ll find tin cyborgs and dreamers, poignant monkeys, a desultory Aunt Em. And, of course, you’ll encounter Dorothy herself, again and again, twisted and turned by our visionary authors.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16 Issue 1, Spring 2014
The first line for our Spring 2014 edition is “Carlos discovered _________ under a pile of shoes in the back of his grandmother’s closet.” See how Andrew Blackman, Etienne Blue, Shelon Costa, Avery Gregurich, EC Hanlon, Qwen Pinckney, Joe Rosenbaum, Jeanne Sapunor, and Tori Zanzalari end up in places completely different from where they all started.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 11, Spring 2014
Our newest issue is 168 pages, 6”x9”, illustrated, and features fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by Michelle Latiolais, Jen Beagin, Nicole Miller, Ray Nayler, Valerie Hsiung, John Duncan Talbird, Teresa Carmody, Lisa Fink, and many more. Included also are interviews with debut novelist James Scott and poet Sandra Simonds.

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