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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 72 Number 2, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue of the Antioch Review leads off with a bit of family history by Ralph Keyes who reminisces about his life as a “red diaper” baby and is followed by a 1935 memoir by a student who suffered from wanderlust and who took to the sea to see the world. Our fiction begins with a story by Gordon Lish, and includes work by Valerie Leff, a bright young writer, and Scott Ely who died recently. There are many other fine stories, poems, and essays in this issue.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 28 Number 1, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue of CRR features fiction by Paula Starche, Michael McGuire, Robert McGuill, and Raymond Arcangel; nonfiction by Jan Seale, John Robinson, J. Michael Mumme, and Lily Iona MacKenzie; poetry by, among others, Harold Whit Williams, Dan Williams, David Vancil, Jonathan Greenhause, Mark Goad, Colin Dodds, Paul Dickey, Matt Dennison, David Bowles, and Alan Birkelbach; plus ten reviews of books published predominantly by small presses and university presses across Texas and the southwest.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 85, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issues features prose by Marting Cloutier, Mark Cox, Ben Fowlkes, Kristin Inciardi, Andrew Johnson, Heather Monley, Christa Romanosky, Peter Selgin, and Courtney Sender; with poetry by Kristin Bock, Don Bogen, Molly Brodak, Lisa Fay Coutley, Tom Daley, Heather Dubrow, Keith Ekiss, Robert Fernandez, Kit Frick, Terrance Hayes, Rebecca Hazelton, H. L. Hix, Kimberly Johnson, Brandon Krieg, Esther Lee, Ed Madden, Jamaal May, Shara McCallum, Davis McCombs, Philip Metres, Jennifer Perrine, Kevin Phan, Doug Ramspeck, C.J. Sage, Natasha Saj
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Issue 1, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue is an in-depth special topic issue on the power of peer support in mental health recovery. Inside is Canadian leader in peer support, Stéphane Grenier’s, thoughts on why health and safety in the workplace shouldn’t focus only on physical safety; Annie Jollymore’s account on why the she feels the AIDS movement is further ahead in peer support; a poem about withholding judgment and criticism of others, unless you have truly walked in their shoes, and more. The 2014 winners of the 12th Annual BrainStorm Poetry Contest are also included inside. Contributors include Marty Hadge, Joye Henrie, SueAnn Jackson Land, and Ashley Laframboise.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2014
This issue of Quiddity features interviews with National Book Award Finalist Matt Rasmussen and poet/ MMA fighter Carlo Matos. The issue also features the winner of our Theresa A White Award for flash fiction Chad Simpson’s “I Later Learned the Fish was a Gar,” as well prose and poetry from Purvi Shah, Gladys Justin Carr, Jeff P. Jones, Jen Hirt, Laurie Lamon, John Warner Smith, and others.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 204 Number 2, May 2014
New poems by Caroline Bergvall, Joshua Mehigan, Jessica Greenbaum, Bob Hicok, Tom Sleigh, Jacob Saenz, Ian Duhig, Vievee Francis, Tomaz Salamun, Joshua Corey, Katharine Coles, Hailey Leithauser, and Marilyn Chin; a special portfolio on new Latin@ writing introduced by Carmen Gimenez Smith and John Chavez, with poems by Jennifer Tamayo, Rodrigo Toscano, J. Michael Martinez, Cecilia Vicuna, Daniel Borzutzky, Cynthia Cruz, Barbara Jane Reyes, and Farid Matuk; Frances Richard on Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics; Michael Robbins reviews The Complete Poems of James Dickey.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 3, May/June 2014
Featuring new poems by Nick Flynn, Doreen Gildroy, Marianne Boruch, Dick Allen, Hannah Gamble; essays by Greg Wrenn on “The 23rd Century Nature Poem,” Alicia Ostriker “Gerald Stern as Jewish Poet & Tragic Comedian”; and panel discussion on Levity & Gravity: Hannah Fries, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Afaa Michael Weaver, Katrina Vandenberg.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 26, 2014
In this 2014 issue we go global. We have art, stories, poems and essays with connections to Thailand, Peru, Dubai, Ethiopia, Paraguay, Syria, France, Italy, Japan, and Pakistan. Yet these works still have themes that we see in our own native soil. The issue also features the winners from the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry contests: Leslie Kirk Campbell’s “Thunder in Illinois,” JLSchneider’s “Call Me Tío,” and Rosa Lane’s “Apogee.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 1, 2014
The new issue features John Pursley’s interview of poet Ralph Angel. New work by writers such as; Bill Carty, Paula Cisewski, Farrah Field, Rich Smith, Kyle McCord, James Grinwis, Matt Hart, Sarah Messer and many more.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 4, Spring 2014 online
Chagrin River Review introduces a new issue featuring fiction by Katie Cortese, Michael McGlade, Mark Phillips, and Denise Emanuel Clemen. The issue also includes new poetry by Michael Levan, Glady Ruiz, William Doreski, Grace Mattern, John Repp, and Charles Rafferty, several of whom are featured reading their work on our site. JenMarie Zeleznack contributed stunning artwork for the Issue 4 cover.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 19 Number 2, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue features an interview by Beth Cagel with Charlie Bondhus, winner of the 2013 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award; fiction by Jaclyn Dwyer, Deborah Mead, Lauren Parker, and Lou Gaglia; nonfiction by Mary O. Parker; and poetry by Olga Abella, Jesse Anderson, Anemone Beaulier, Patricia A. Corbus, Jin Cordaro, Barbara Daniels, Norvin Dickerson, Phillip A. Ellis, Brian Fanelli, Nancy Lili Gonzales, Alan Harawitz, John Harper, PMF Johnson, Holly Karapetkova, Robert Kendrick, Ben Klotz, Jennifer LeBlanc, Adam Love, Mark J. Mitchell, Janice Townley Moore, Richard W. Moyer, Nathan Royster, Don Ryan, Don Schofield, Roy Seeger, Alana Sherrill, Sherry Steiner, Joseph Stern, Maral Sucsy, Susan Terris, and Sara Totten.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date 2014
RHINO‘s 2014 issue features seven poems in translation, including work originally in Arabic, Faroese, Persian, Slovenian, French, and Spanish. The poets in this issue report on the dangers lurking all around us. Yet, despite these dangers, there is beauty too, and these poets are determined to find and record it. RHINO 2014 has discovered over 100 poets this year who are able to grasp the clues left on our paths and lead us into tomorrow. Please join them.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 38 Number 1, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue features essays by Bonnie Costello, J.H. Lesher, and Glen Macleod; poems by William Virgil Davis, Janet McCann, Lois Roma-Deeley, Kim Roberts, Alicia Ostriker, Renee Ashley, Zara Raab, Penelope Scambly Schott, Miriam Levine, and Sarah Sarai, reviews by Roger Gilbert, Lee M. Jenkins, Lesley Janssen, Lisa M. Steinman, and Bart Eeckhout; and a special section by Bart Eeckhout and Lesley Janssen titled “Of Modest Men and Cinnamon-Scented Women: Extracts from Wallace Stevens’ Genealogical Letters.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 46, 2014
Pembroke Magazine’s 2014 edition features poetry by Robert Avery, Dante Di Stefano, Kathleen Driskell, J. Bruce Fuller, Carrie Green, Amanda Newell, Jennifer Peterson, Mia Sara, Noel Sloboda, John Warner Smith, and more. With fiction from Jacob M. Appel, Jamey Gallagher, Elizabeth Genovise, Robert Guthrie, Sarah Kuntz Jones, Christopher Lowe, Joey R. Poole, Charles Rafferty, Doug Ramspeck, Paula Root, and John Vanderslice, and creative nonfiction by Mary Bess Dunn. Plus: “A Habit of Abstract Empathy: An Interview with Holly Goddard Jones” and “Scissors and Glue: A Conversation with Jill McCorkle.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 29 Number 3, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue includes poetry from Michael Estes, Albert Goldbarth, Wendy J. Herbert, Christopher Robley, Carrie Shipers, Anis Shivani, and Marjorie Stelmach; nonfiction from Geoffrey Bent, James Nolan, Floyd Skloot, and Peter Stine; and fiction from Sophy Burnham, Stephen Dixon, Wendell Mayo, Jean McGarry, Joyce Carol Oates, Paul Ruffin, and George Singleton.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 259, Spring 2014
The Fiddlehead is celebrating the arrival of spring with the publication of the winning poems and stories from its 23rd annual contest. Join in the festivities and raise a glass to our winners, Myler Wilkinson (fiction) and Kayla Czaga (poetry), and our honourable mentions, Wayde Compton, Maureen Hynes, Kyeren Regehr, and Jill Widner. And the celebration doesn’t end there—in this issue are exciting new stories and poems from a host of authors including John Barton, Heather Cadsby, Michael Doyle, Dorothy Field, John Reibetanz, and Naben Ruthnum. The cover artwork is from Ann Balch’s whimsical “Stepping Out.”
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 20 Number 1, Spring 2014
Our 40th issue features the wonderfully inspiring poetry of Patty Dickson Pieczka along with an extensive interview about her work. Also included in this issue are translations from the poetry of Karl Krolow (Germany), Mikeas S
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 67 Number 1, Spring 2014
The Spring 2014 issue includes poetry by Anne Stevenson, Meredith Bergmann, Stephen C. Behrendt, Thomas Reiter, Michael Spence, and Helen Conkling; a memoir from Divided Lives: Dreams of a Mother and Daughter by Lyndall Gordon; Emily Grosholz’s essay “Personages of the Claim of the Heart of Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov”; chronicles from Harvey Sachs, Karen Wilkin, Erick Neher, Marcia B. Siegel, and Richard Hornby; and reviews by William H. Pritchard, R.S. Gwynn, Meg Schoerke, Brooke Allen, and Susan Balée.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 13, April 2014 online
Welcome to this special issue of Jewish Fiction .net! It’s hard to believe that this is our 13th (our bar mitzvah!) issue—so in honour of this, you’ll find two stories here involving bar mitzvahs. This is also, of course, our Pesach issue, so here you have, as well, two Pesach stories (plus another half of one: the Appelfeld excerpt, which starts on Purim and ends on Pesach). In addition, we bring you 13 (!) first-rate works of fiction, originally written in Russian, Spanish, Yiddish, Hebrew, and English. Altogether 18 (chai) stories for your pleasure. For more details, please see our preface.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 53 Number 1, Winter 2014
Pearl Abraham on family, Yom Kippur, and the rites of forgiveness; Martha S. Jones on family, race, and identity; Michael A. Chaney on the slave craftsman Dave the Potter; Susan Kushner Resnick on the lingering emanations of a 1943 coal mine disaster; Amy Bernhard on her mother and the Amish; Natania Rosenfeld on shame, James Morrison on Edmund White. Fiction by Gabriel Brownstein, James Brubaker, Margaret Eaton, Brady Hammes, Rachel May. Poetry by Stephen Cramer, John Hart, Shara Lessley, Travis Mossotti, Mary Peelen, Stephanie Pippin, Martha Serpas, Ruth Williams.

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