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- Linked Title Concho River Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 32 Number 2, Fall/Winter 2018
The latest issue of Concho River Review features fiction by Darren Dillman, Mark Mellon, Michael Mohr, Michael Mullen, and Michael Washburn; nonfiction by David Susman and Peter Warzel; poetry by twenty-seven poets, including Diana Anhalt, Jonathan Bracker, Robert Cooperman, William Virgil Davis, Paul Dickey, Paula Friedman, Michelle Hartman, Zebulon Huset, Marilee Richards, Bonnie Stanard, and Ron Wallace; and an interview with poet and memoirist Brian Turner.
- Linked Title Edify Fiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 7, Christmas 2018
The Christmas 2018 issue features work by Kayli Meek, Stephane Levy, FMA Dixon, Erik Burckel, Lexie Reese, Charlene Langfur, Salvatore Difalco, Robert Sachs, Anthony DiCarlo, Mary F. Lee, Devki Pande, Benjamin Goluboff, Elizabeth Connell, Linda Duede Starbuck, and Tyler Paterson.
- Linked Title The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 44, Fall 2018
This year's issue of the poetry review takes on social media. Contributors include Dan Albergotti, Ciaran Berry, Tara Betts, Rick Bursky, Kwame Dawes, BK Fischer, Eugene Gloria, Morgan Harden, Karen An-hwei Lee, Margaret Mackinnon, Thorpe Moeckel, Jason Myers, and more.
- Linked Title Ruminate
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 49, Winter 2018/19
What matters in this world? We are all always asking this question whether we realize it or not, and it's a brave act to honestly and intentionally hold this question. The words and images gathered in this issue give space for the writer, artist, and reader to ponder our mortality and our meaning in this life together. You'll find Paula Harris' winning poem from our 2018 Poetry Prize, and the runner-up poem by Clemonce Heard titled “Our Hands are Bowls of Dust.” With stunning fiction, nonfiction, art, and more lovely poems, we explore how we are all formed by the earth and eventually and sacredly return to it.
- Linked Title Salamander
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 47, Winter 2018/2019
Poetry by Jennifer Clarvoe, Ira Sadoff, Rebecca Foust, Rage Hezekiah, Dai Weina, Gail Mazur, Yudit Shahar, Joyce Peseroff, Teresa Cader, Vismai Rao, David Ferry, Diane Mehta, Fred Marchant, Paul Rowe, George Kalogeris, AD Tenn, and many more; fiction by Matthew Dougherty, winner of the Salamander Fiction Contest, and Heather De Bel, who placed second; nonfiction by Oona Patrick and Grace Talusan; and reviews by Drew Swinger, Katie Sticca, and more.
- Linked Title South 85 Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall/Winter 2018
In this issue, find fiction by Joshua Isard, Sean Murray, Kim Farleigh, Lisa Bubet, and Emily Townsend; nonfiction by Gabriela Denise Frank, A.J. Romriell, Lori Horvitz, and Anna Kaye-Rogers; and poetry by Kerry Trautman, Thomas Griffin, Michael Jack O’Brien, Barry Peters, Anna Harris-Parker, Abhijit Sarmah, and Charles Cantrell. In flash fiction, find the 2018 Julia Peterkin Award for Flash Fiction winner (Natalie Troy) and runners up (Charlie Watts, John Mattson, Kathleen Wheaton, and D. Nolan Jefferson).
- Linked Title Still Point Arts Quarterly
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, Winter 2018
With a focus on “The Time for Home,” the Winter 2018 issue is filled with art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by Rebecca Skinner, MJ Edwards, Myles Gallagher, Scott Edward Anderson, Naomi Beth Wakan, Justen Ahren, Dwight E. Watson, Wally Swist, Charlene Langfur, Ann Copeland, James B. Nicola, Melissa F. Kaelin, Shakur Picasso (Timothy Jones), Andrea Lani, and Eric D. Lehman.
- Linked Title Subprimal Poetry Art
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 13, Winter 2018
“An Earnest Exodus.” Our final issue before hiatus includes: Judith Roney, David Pinto, Peter Cashorali, Ronald Walker, Ion Corcos, Erik Knudsen, Adrian S. Potter, Sandy Coomer, Lidia Kosk, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Sandra Kolankiewicz, Willow Margarita Schafer, Lauren Suchenski, Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal, Kym Cunningham, and Denny E. Marshall.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 23, 2018
"The Sixteenth Tape" by Sean Madigan Hoen. A self-proclaimed collector of strange media comes into possession of a home video that was never meant to be viewed and wonders what—if anything—is too private to be shared in the digital age.
- Linked Title The Chattahoochee Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 38 Numbers 2 & 3, Fall 2018/Winter 2019
This issue’s special focus of “Lost and Found” is an homage to the writing process itself. Find work by Kieran Wry Kramer, Kevin Wilson, Jennifer Wheelock, Henry Goldkamp, Ginger Eager, Marilyn Moriarity, and more. This issue’s roundtable is extra-special: Suzanne Kingsbury steers a fascinating conversation with “Team Gay,” who constructed William Gay’s posthumous novel The Lost Country from an assortment of his notebooks and notes.
- Linked Title The Greensboro Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 104, Fall 2018
Featuring the Amon Liner Poetry Prize-winning poem “Appaloosa Rider Unchained,” by Forrest Rapier, an Editor’s Note from Terry L. Kennedy, as well as new work from Deborah Allbritain, Christopher Todd Anderson, Erin Rose Belair, Sean Bernard, Caylin Capra-Thomas, H.M. Cotton, Ally Covino, C.W. Emerson, Quinn Forlini, Andrew Hemmert, W.J. Herbert, L.A. Johnson, Elise Juska, Christopher Lowe, Christine Pacyk, Morgan Thomas, Derek Updegraff, Hannah VenderHart, Marina Weiss, and Annie Woodford.
- Linked Title Gulf Coast
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2019
Our latest issue is here, featuring work by Jaquira Díaz, Hanif Abdurraqib, Selva Almada, JoAnna Novak, Amorak Huey, Corinna McClanahan Schroeder, Saddiq Dzukogi, Thomas Dodson, Josh Pazda, Gulf Coast prize-winners in fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, and more! Cover art by Julie Curtiss.
- Linked Title Junto Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 4, December 2018
Our last issue for the year is available and it's our biggest one yet. Over 100 pages in length with over 30 pieces inside. Taegan MacLean, Brittany Ackerman, Akachi Obijiaku, K. Rene Dobson, Jordan Meadows, Gerard Sarnat, Brad Garber, Guinotte Wise, Korey Wallace, Mary K. O’Melveny, Stormy Skies, Marilyn Duarte, Jonathan Andrew Perez, S. A. Leger, Gina Tron, Mukund Gnanadesikan, Jason Youngclaus, Jessica Dotter, Ramona Perez, Amanda Gamache, Kelly Marks, Christopher Acker, Christopher Overfelt, Adam Bjelland, Soraya Fallah & Cklara Moradian, Lydia Sizemore, D. E. Hardy, Lorry Blath, Wade Beauchamp, Courtney Camden, John Heggelund, and Rebecca Hope.
- Linked Title The Lake
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date December 2018
Our December 2018 issue features poetry by Paul Bernstein, Rachel Burns, Mike Dillon, Lennart Lundh, Jory Mickelson, Maren O. Mitchell, Ronald Moran, Robert Okaji, Angela Readman, Hannah Stone, Judith Taylor, and Thomas Tyrrell.
- Linked Title Wordrunner eChapbooks
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 35, Winter 2018
The 2018 fiction echapbook: By the sea, by the sea... fictions by Jim Beane. Beane's five riveting tales of the Eastern seashore depict the elemental beauty and terror of salt air and wild water and its impact on the harsh, often stormy lives of coastal dwellers. “Across the Bay” explores class divisions between long-time locals and summer residents in the wake of a devastating storm. In “Fragile,” a young fisherman befriends a hapless, grieving older man. “Before the Storm” explores the difficult relationship of two brothers, one of whom is seriously ill. Visit our website for the complete stories in this echapbook.
- Linked Title Arts & Letters
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 37, Fall 2018
In this issue we are featuring the winner of the Rumi Prize for Poetry, Keith Wilson; the winner of the Arts & Letters Prize for Fiction, R. M. Kinder; and the winner of the Susan Atefat Prize for Creative Nonfiction, Megan Harlan. Come check out their work and the work of our other fine contributors!
- Linked Title Cleaver Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 24, Winter 2018-19
In this issue: art by Giovanni Casadei, visual narrative by Emily Steinberg, poetry by Leia Darwish, Michelle Matthees, James Grinwis, Kathleen Hellen, Gabriel Welsch, and more; flashs by Valerie Fox, Isabel Theodore, Leslie Pietrzyk, and others; short stories by Naomi Xu Elegant, Anna Dorn, Doug Rampseck, and Dawn Davies; and nonfiction by Vivé Griffith, Leslie Lindsay, Blake London, Dan A. Cardoza, and more.
- Linked Title The Fiddlehead
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 277, Autumn 2018
Our first all creative nonfiction issue features work by Ania Mroczek, Jill M. Talbot, Zarrin Darnel-Martin, Tyler Dunning, Mikka Jacobsen, Gila Green, David Rock, Nicholas Herring, R.L. Aseret, Erin Soros, Dominik Parisien, Angela Wright, Mary Chen, Charmaine Ward, Tara Campbell, Jeanie Keough, Šari Dale, and Arielle Twist. Plus a selection of book reviews, and cover art by Braelyn Cyr.
- Linked Title The Louisville Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 84, Fall 2018
The Fall 2018 issue of The Louisville Review features poems selected by former Montana poet laureate Greg Pape; fiction selected by our own editor in chief, Sena Jeter Naslund; nonfiction by noted author Robin Lippincott; drama by Charlie Schulman; and our newly-renamed Cornerstone section, featuring work by writers under the age of 18, is edited by Betsy Woods. Contributors include Carrie Ayagaduk Ojanen, Leigh Anne Couch, Garrett Hongo, Nicholas Patrick Martin, Jon Swan, Karen Lothan, Debra Kang Dean, and others.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 88, December 2018
This month’s featured poet is Bhisham Bherwani with “KNOTS.” Chard DeNiord pens “Can Poetry Save America” in the Essays and Comment section, and from Christopher Buckley: “In Memorium: Peter Everwine — 1930 – 2018.” Read poems by David Huddle, Hank Lazer, Alice Friman, Gustave Roud, Peter Meinke, R.T. Smith, Linda Pastan, Simon Perchik, and Christopher Kempf, plus poems with audio recordings by Rasha Abdulhadi, Daniel Tobin, and Chard DeNiord. See comments from the poets in “The Poets Speak” section.