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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 211 Number 6, March 2018

Featuring Carla Panciera, Eileen Myles, Martín Espada, Kaveh Akbar, Danez Smith, Sarah Gambito, Geraldine Clarkson, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Hieu Minh Nguyen, and many others.

South Dakota Review Volume 53, Nos. 3&4 is tumbleweeding your way! So much fantastic work in this special double issue, including poetry by E Kristin Anderson, Carrie Bennett, Alyse Bensel, Christopher DeWeese, Saddiq M Dzukogi, Majda Talal Gama, Paul Guest, Jackson Holbert, Brionne Janae, Sharon Suzuki-Martinez, Laura McCoy, Jim Peterson, Emilia Phillips, Stephanie Schlaifer, Gerry LaFemina, Heather Lang and JR Tappenden, and Lindsay Wilson; prose by Richard Chiappone, Matthew Fiander, Gary Fincke, Thomas Gannon, Chris Heffernan, Carol LaHines, Karen Salyer McElmurray, Maryse Meijer, Katy Mullins, J.T. Townley, and Amanda Yanowski. Gorgeous cover art by Rayna Hernandez, with cover design and layout by Duncan Barlow!

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 81, Spring 2018
Issue 81 of Willow Springs features poetry by Emily Kendal Frey, Alexandra Teague, Susan Moore, Allison Seay, Canese Jarboe, Mark Parlette-Cariño, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Allen Stein, Adam Tavel, and Amie Whittemore; fiction by Robert Long Foreman and J. Stillwell Powers; hybrid prose by Sean Lovelace; and interviews with Dan Chaon and Gary Lilley. 
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2018 online

Chuck the dinner plans and make up your mind to give yourself a little TLC tonight? Our Love themed issue of Edify Fiction is now available online in both flipbook and downloadable PDF format. It's full of love and heartache and hope, so get your hankies and your snack ready. Settle in and prepared to be romanced and entertained.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2018 online

Issue No. 12 of wildness features poetry from Brionne Janae, Leah Silvieus, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, and others, as well as nonfiction from Fred Arroyo and Laura Pritchett, and an interview with Danielle Dutton.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2018 online
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 26, Spring 2018

In this issue, find poetry by Kevin Prufer, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Alia Bales, Carol Quinn, Ada Limón, Mark Neely, Fady Joudah, Joe Wilkins, Will Schutt, Deborah Flanagan, Rosebud Ben-Oni, Bruce Snider, Kate Lucas, Noah Eli Gordon, Melissa Stein, Christopher Bakken, and more; fiction by Kaitlyn Andrews-Rice, Ladee Hubbard, Emily Chiles, Gianni Skaragas, and Daphne Kalotay; and nonfiction by Matthew Vollmer, Don Bogen, Sari Boren, James Allen Hall, and Shamala Gallagher. Plus three translation folios, and required reading recommended by contributors.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 274, Winter 2018

The issue opens with David Adams Richards’ keynote from the second annual New Brunswick Book Awards ceremony. Then there is a panoply of new short fiction and poetry from Roy J. Adams, Bipin Aurora, John Wall Barger, andrea bennett, Andrew Rai Berzins, Frances Boyle, Sue Chenette, Elly M. Graff, Jonathan Greenhause, Bard Hartle, Richard Kelly Kemick, Chris Kuriata, Conor Mc Donnell, Michael Meagher, Thomas O’Grady, Connie Pan, K. V. Skene, Frederick Wilbur, Sarah Wolfson, and Jennifer Zilm. Book reviews complete the issue and the cover artwork is from Monika Wright’s “With Powerful Intention.”

In this issue, read fiction by Jeff Ewing, Soramimi Hanarejima, Deirdra McAffee, Gillian Walker, and more; nonfiction by Dacia Price; and poetry by Jenny Ahn, Yuan Changming, Joe Hess, J.J. Starr, Helena Mariño, Leonard Zawadski, and others. Visual art by Ghislaine Fremaux, Michael Gatzke, Jimena Johnston, David Krovblit, Matt Lee, Jenn Powers, and Tamara Stoffers.

The “Truth” issue features “Academic Unfreedom, Unacademic Freedom,” part one and two of an essay by Adam Sitze; “Song about Another Man’s Kids,” a story by Kwame Opoku-Duku; “Human Pageant,” a poem by Mark Irwin; “Prospects for Survival,” an essay by Noam Chomsky; “Sagittarius A*,” a novel excerpt by Giacomo Sartori translated by Frederika Randall; “Just a Minute,” a story by Monica Pareschi translated by Elizabeth Harris; “The Future (of) Sacco and Vanzetti,” an essay by Fabio Deotto and Giorgio Fontana; “To the Nicaraguan Poet Francisco Valle,” a poem by Carlos Martinez Rivas translated by Carlos F. Grigsby; and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40 Number 4, Winter 2017

“Mise-en-scène” - Featuring work by Daniel Anderson, Danielle DeTiberus, Nicholas Friedman, John Fulton, Tyler Keevil, Becky Mandelbaum, Robert Garner McBrearty, Susan Neville, Dan O’Brien, Nathan Oates, Karen Tucker, and a review by Robert Long Foreman of a new crop of Huck Finn sequels.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, 2018

"This Is My Oldest Story" by Emily Brisse. Emily Brisse was just eight years old when eleven-year-old Jacob Wetterling was abducted from their small Minnesota town. Haunted by the long-unsolved mystery of the boy’s disappearance, Emily tries to make sense of a terrible story that isn’t really hers to tell—but that also shaped her entire life.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Number 1, Winter 2018

The New Madrid headquarters lies in the path of totality of the August 2017 eclipse, so in that spirit, the editors dedicated the winter 2018 issue to the theme of “total eclipse,” taking on the subject from a metaphoric direction. The selected work is inspired by a range of social and political phenomena, some addressing the theme from a personal direction, as in the total eclipse of a marriage, a reflection on war, or a remembrance of times past. Other work symbolizes a blotting out, blocking, concealing, or darkening. And yes, some pieces even depict exciting eclipse chases and watches.

Find new flash fiction by Shoshauna Shy, Craig Loomis, Samuel Buckley, Noelle Palmer, Doug Hoekstra, Artemis Savory, Ryan R. Latini, Tom Sanders, Lenore Weiss, Geraldine McCarthy, Ronan Hession, Alva Holland, Damhnait Monaghan, Sudha Balagopal, Shawn Cassidy, and Fred D. White.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 2018 online

The February issue of The Lake is now online featuring Jan Ball, Debbie Collins, James Gering, Adam Gunther, Carol Levin, Todd Mercer, Ronald Moran, Deepa Onkar, Winston Plowes, Fiona Sinclair, J. R. Solonche, Grant Tarbard, Dale Wisely. Reviews of Robyn Bolem’s Hyem and Nicky Phillips’s Jam in Aisle 3.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 79, February 2018 online

In the February issue, our Featured Selection includes poems by Bruce Bond, introduced by the poet; one book review by Mark Scroggins; and “Gerard Manley Hopkins in Spanish?” an essay by Mario Murgia. Our monthly poetry selections include work by Virginia Konchan, Troy Jollimore, Tess Gallagher, Sophia Galifianakis, Edoardo Sanguineti translated by Will Schutt, Robin Behn, Partridge Boswell, Maurice Manning, Margo Berdeshevsky, Linda Pastan, Joyce Peseroff, and Dean Young.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 211 Number 5, February 2018

The February 2018 issue features work by Aotearoa/New Zealand poets including Anna Jackson, Michele Leggott, Jessie Puru, Tayi Tibble, Kerrin P. Sharpe, Dylan Horrocks, Murray Edmond, Anne Kennedy, Bill Manhire, Janet Charman, Vincent O’Sullivan, C.K. Stead, Tim Upperton, Faith Wilson, Albert Wendt, Erik Kennedy, and more. In commentary: Talia Marshall, Gregory O’Brien, and Daisy Fried.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2018

The latest issue of The Tishman Review includes the Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize winning poem: “Smithed on the Anvil” by Jed Myers, as well as poems by the finalists, like Julia Wendell’s “First Tomato” and Jen Sage-Robison’s “A Kind of Bird.” Also find Christina Dalcher’s flash fiction “Regeneration” and Kendall Klym’s short story “The Nebraska Hula,” plus Lisa Hayes’s craft piece “Beyond Genre: The Structure of Stories” and Alison Turner’s review of Immigration Essays by Sybil Baker.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 24, Winter 2017

The Winter 2017 issue features the 2017 Able Muse Write Prize for Poetry & Fiction winners and finalists, an editorial by Alexander Pepple, and book reviews by Brooke Clark. Our featured poet, Jacqueline Osherow, is interviewed by Malachi Black, and our art feature follows an “Eat” theme. The issue also features fiction by Tim Frank and Leslie Jill Patterson; essays by Rachel Hadas and Sam Aaron Morgan; and poetry by Hailey Leithauser, Gail White, Scott Ruescher, Stephen Kampa, Catherine Chandler, Kathryn Locey, Jean L. Kreiling, Chris Fahrenthold, D. R. Goodman, Alexander Pushkin, Jay Rogoff, Terese Coe, Heinrich Heine, Timothy Murphy, Ann M. Thompson, Rob Wright.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 192, January/February 2018

The January-February 2018 of Against The Current (#192) features: Houston After Harvey by Jennifer Wingard; Gainesville vs. Spencer by Aliya Miranda; Catalunya and Spain’s Coup by Bayla Ostrach; The Kurdish Crisis in Iraq & Syria by Joseph Daher; The Necessity & Meaning of the Bolshevik Revolution by David Mandel; Black Nationalism, Black Solidarity by Malik Miah; Reviewing Black History & Politics by Alan Wald, Mary Helen Washington, Brad Duncan, John Woodford, Derrick Morrison & Ted McTaggart; and Houston's Toxic Flood: Harvey and the Neoliberal City by Jennifer Wingard.

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