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Issue 12 is one of our favorite issues ever & features excellent writing & visual art by these brilliant contributors: Daniel Aristi, Gustavo Barahona-López, Joseph Breen, William C. Crawford, JJ D’Onofrio, Ronald Dzerigian, Rob Wilson Engle, Leigh Fairchild-Coppoletti, Mariangela Gallo, Beth Gordon, Natalie Michelle Goulet, Robin Gow, James Grabill, Rebecca Hannigan, Joshua Hilderbrand, Anna Johnson, Alie Kloefkorn, Angie Mason, Jim Meirose, Jonathan D. Meyer, Jason Mims, Theresa Nanigian, Jacob Paul Patchen, Anna Püschel, Juliette Quédec, Andrew Rihn, Brad Rose, Shannon Savvas, Jamie Stedmond, Art by Briahna, Kami Westhoff, Nathan Wofford.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 14 Number 1, Spring 2019

Featuring new fiction from Jeff Ewing and Jeff Moreland and poetry from Mark Belair, Gail Peck, Doug Ramspeck, Eric Vithalani, Idris Anderson, Christopher Todd Anderson, Richard Jones, Sue Chenette, Lynne Knight, and Matthew Murrey. Cover artwork by Swiss/French painter and printmaker Félix Vallotton.

New on Fiction Southeast within the past month: work by Natalie DeVaull-Robichaud, Dustin Horner, Randy Shelley, Marlin Barton, Saige Cross, Elizabeth Charles, Eva Dunsky, Petrula Laudato, Robert Burton, and Ellen Birkett Morris.

A brilliant, 6-language issue of Jewish Fiction .net! 18 gorgeous stories, originally written in Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, Yiddish, English, and – for the first time! – Danish. And in honour of the Passover holiday, two stories in this issue are about Passover: “The Search for Ernesto Gonzales” and “A Strand of Hair.” The latter is by Mendele Mokher Seforim and is the third in our “holiday series” of his work. Also in this issue, stories or novel excerpts by Eran Bar-Gil, Antonio Elio Brailovsky, Kim Chernin, Jacob Dinezon, Emuna Elon, Zvi Jagendorf, Birte Kont, Nelly Shulman, and more. Enjoy this fabulous issue!

The stories and poems in this issue reveal complex personal landscapes in upheaval: While men walk on the moon a teenage girl’s life descends into chaos; a gang of cruel boys jeopardizes the safety of an older woman; adult children startle their mother into confusion; two adolescents confront dilemmas they can't resolve; a bipolar soldier-father comes home and wreaks havoc on his family. Fiction by Sarah Freligh, Julia Ballerini, Catharine Leggett and Emma Wunsch; nonfiction by Grant Price. Poems by Lynne Burnett, Robin Carey, Linda Ferguson, Donna Isaac, Catherine Montague and Jonathan Travelstead.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 28, Spring 2019 online

The latest issue includes poetry by Yongyu Chen, Xandria Phillips, Moira J., Mia Ayumi Malhotra, Logan February, Kinsey Cantrell, Kathryn Merwin, Janelle Tan, Jacqui Germain, Aeon Ginsberg, and more; nonfiction by Jody Kennedy, J.L. Peters, Gwendolyn Paradice, and Ashely Adams; fiction by Monica Hileman, Manuel Aragon, Debojit Dutta, and Annie Blake. In addition to these offerings, ANMLY #28 also features a special folio of Caribbean writers, assembled by Richard Georges and Ann-Margaret Lim with work by Tricia Allen, Summer Edward, Soyini Forde, Rae-ann Smith, Nia Andino, Divya Persaud, Arturo Desimone, Juleus Ghunta, Reuel Ben Lewi, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2019

Short stories by and interviews with Caitlin Scarano, Maggie Su, Sakae Manning, and T.M. De Vos; new poetry by Valorie K. Ruiz, Monika Zobel, Lauren Myers-Hinkle, Greg Allendorf, and Lizzy Petersen; and nonfiction by Jacob Aiello, Shauna Laurel Jones, and Chloe Amos. Featured in this issue are the prose and poetry contest winners: “Heart of Gold” by Tom Howard (selected by Belle Boggs), “An Egyptian Myth by Donald Levering” (selected by Carmen Giménez Smith), and “This Is My Body” by April Vázquez (selected by Alex Lemon). Additional features include work by Belinda Hermawan in Decline/Accept and an interview with Andrea Bobotis by Anna Zumbahlen.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 17, Spring 2019

In this issue: aphorisms by Daniel Liebert and Yahia Lababidi; essays by Jennifer Quartararo, Sophfronia Scott, K. L. Cook, Sarah Bates, Chris Arthur, Shannon Ratliff, Peter LaSalle, Catherine Scherer, Courtney Kersten, Jacqueline Doyle, Marissa Landrigan, JD Scott, Barbara Haas, Julie Marie Wade, and more; fiction by Sarah Anne Strickley, Gary Hill, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Erin Ritchie, and John Brandon; and poetry by Eleanor Stanford, Cynthia Hogue, George Drew, Rose Knapp, Dayna Patterson, Jessica Roeder, Diane Raptosh, Charles Webb, Adrianne Kalfopoulou, Mary Gilliland, Dorothy Barresi, Peter Grandbois, Mary Crow, Charlene Fix, Lizzy Cooperman, John Sibley Williams, Christopher Howell, Bill Rector, and many more.

Issue 51 features Stephanie Austin, Robert Avery, Jan Ball, Grant Clauser, Sarah Jane Cody, Aaron Cole, Benjamin Cutler, Jim Daniels, Nina de Gramont, Ronald Dzerigian, Robert Fillman, Melissa Fraterrigo, Dina Greenberg, Vivé Griffith, Alexander Grigoriev, James Grinwis, William Huhn, Mark Jacobs, Jess E. Jelsma, Caitlin Johnson, Peycho Kanev, Teresa Milbrodt, Dan Moreau, Michelle Morouse, Cynthia Onni, Doug Ramspeck, John Warner Smith, Maura Stanton, Robert Joe Stout, Caroline Sutton, Ron Tanner, Graham Todd, Gina Troisi, Millie Tullis, Derek Updegraff, Jesse VanDusen, Larry Watson, Gabriel Welsch, and Anna Whiteside.

Sky Island Journal’s stunning 8th issue features poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction from contributors all around the globe. Accomplished, well-established authors are published—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally. Always free to access, and always free from advertising, discover what over 40,000 readers in 137 countries already know; the finest new writing is here, at your fingertips.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 34 Number 1, Spring 2019

In this issue: nonfiction by Sarah Fawn Montgomery and Julie Marie Wade & Brenda Miller; fiction by Robert Kostuck, Susan Frith, William Cass, and Richard Dokey; and poetry by L.I. Henley, Brandon Jordan Brown, Valerie Perreault, Caylin Capra-Thomas, Laura Passin, Dorsey Craft, Danielle Jones, Rage Hezekiah, Sarah Bates, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 35 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2019

The Spring/Summer issue’s China/Japan focus features art by Setsuko Winchester, Mao Xiaojian, and Mai Mang; poetry by Wang Jiaxin, Xiao Kaiyu, Lan Lan, Mai Mang, and Vera Schwarcz; essays by Ha Jin, Greg Lewis, Marie Geraldine Rademacher, Nibs Sakomoto, John Whittier Treat, and more; and a conversation with Mary de Rachewiltz by Michael Wutz.

This issue features art by Toyin Ojih Odutola; poetry by Dana Alsamsam and Geoffrey Brock; and prose by James Smethurst, Adam W. Sweeting, Caio Fernando Abreu, Ghislaine Dunant, Charlotte Delbo, and Gordon Lish.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 92, April 2019 online

This month’s featured selection includes work by Jeff Friedman, the poet also interviewed by Nancy Mitchell.  In Essays & Comment, find Doug Anderson’s “The Heart’s Emissary” and Devin King reviews Like by A.E. Stallings. This month’s poetry selections include work by Hsia Yü, Sydney Lea, Stewart Moss, Robert Clinton, Rebecca Aronson, Matthew Lippman, Drew Milne, Betsy Sholl, Andrea Read, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2019

The April 2019 issue features poetry by Katharine Coles, Ru Freeman, Ashanti Anderson, Desiree Alvarez, Leo Boix, Lawanda Walters, and more. Plus our “Halal If You Hear Me” feature with work by Ayqa Khan, Sahar Muradi, Aria Aber, Nadra Mabrouk, Fatimah Asghar, Safia Elhillo, Angel Nafis, Momtaza Mehri, Edil Hassan, Saaro Umar, Afshan Shafi, and Sheena Raza Faisal.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Number 1, Spring 2019

Our Spring 2019 issue features work on the theme of “New Neighbors.” Find work by Linda Berry, Lisa Timpf, Lynda Fox, Alice Campbell Romano, Madonna Dries Christensen, Beverly Boyd, Preeti Singh, Matthew Byrne, Susan Duke, James B. Nicola, Kathleen Gunton, James K. Zimmerman, Sky Andrews Gerspacher, Daniella Levy, Jack Granath, kerry rawlinson, and Jan Ball.

New flash by Jodi Freeman, Chuck Augello, Niles Reddick, Tammy Zhu, Roberta Beary, Richard Stuecker, Ben O’Hara, T.D. Johnston, Steve Gergley, Elliot Greiner, Patience Mackarness, Annette Edwards-Hill, James Cato, Nancy Bourne, and Ernesto Reyes.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 25, Spring 2019 online

In this issue: poetry by Glenn Ingersoll, Catherine Chen, Phoebe Reeves, Lauren Bender, Allison Hummel, Simon Perchik, and more; creative nonfiction by Charlotte Gullick, Joshua Rysanek, Rae Pagliarulo, Carroll Sandel, and Andrea Jarrell; a visual narrative by Emily Steinberg; flash by Sue Mell, Mercedes Lawry, Yasmina Din Madden, Jason Irwen, Jacqueline Doyle, and more; and short stories by Marie Baléo, Stefani Nellen, and Josh Denslow. Plus, art by Paul J. Stankard.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2019 online

The April issue is now online featuring Lin Nelson Benedek, Mark Blayney, M. J. Iuppa, Alison Jones, Gary Kurtz, Emma Lee, Todd Mercer, Maren O. Mitchell, Maggie Reed, Kevin Ridgeway, Anthony Watts, Rodney Wood. Reviews of J. R. Solonche’s Tomorrow, Today, and Yesterday, Vindication: Six Women Poets, ed. Cherry Potts and Marie Lightman’s, Shutters.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9 Number 1, Spring 2019

The Spring 2019 issue features fiction by Nickalus Rupert, D.R. Glass, Janice Obuchowski, and David Gillette. Poetry by Tacey Atsitty, Christopher Citro, Alycia Pirmohamed, Diannely Antigua, Sally Rosen Kindred, Zeina Hashem Beck, Sarah Perrier, E. Kristin Anderson, Hilary Vaugh Dobel, Rebecca Bornstein, John Paul Martinez, and Peter Everwine. Six pieces of art by featured artist Tisha Weddington. Cassie Mannes Murray reviews known by salt by Tina Mozelle Braziel.


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