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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 185, Winter 2013
Read “Blip,” Liz Windhorst Harmer’s winning entry for the Constance Rooke Creative Nonfiction Prize, spooky new fiction by Kate Cayley, Shane Neilson’s elegy for Robert Lowell, and new poems by Daphne Marlatt. Nicholas Bradley contributes a selection of letters exchanged by Earle Birney and Al Purdy that he’s drawn from a forthcoming edition of their correspondence. With thoughtful reviews of Susan Musgrave’s anthology of B.C. women poets, of books by poets John Reibetanz and Russell Thornton, collections of short fiction by Paulo da Costa and Colette Maitland, and a volume of eco-criticism on Don McKay by Travis V. Mason.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 52 Number 4, Fall 2013
Michigan Quarterly Review 52:4, Fall 2013: Natalie Bakopoulos on what makes one Greek, Bob Brunk on setting a Samuel Beckett poem to music, Ilan Stavans on Andrés Serrano’s Piss Christ, Eric Torgersen on the Rilke of spiritual seekers. Fiction by George Choundas, Amber Burke, D. Seth Horton, Jill Logan, Jennifer Moses, Tony Tulathimutte. Poetry by Anne Barngrover, Karen Kevorkian, Campbell McGrath, Rachel Richardson.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15, 2014
The current issue of SLR (Volume 15, 2013) features interviews with Dinty W. Moore, T Clutch Fleischmann, and Kate Zambreno; essays by Aimee Baker, Emma Bolden, Francisco Cantu, Emily Arnason Casey, Kate Dernocoeur, Stephanie Dickinson, Jaqueline Doyle, Jennifer Eisenhauer, Keith Flynn, Aleah Goldin, Therese Halscheid, Rachel Michelle Hansen, Kari Jackson, Dave Kelly, Markey Koga, Marissa Landrigan, Sonja Livingston, Elizabeth Rosen Mayer, Megan Nix, Andrew Payton, Michelle Primeau Premchand, Rikki Santer, Michael Schmeltzer, Susanna Space, Natalie Vestin, Naomi Washer, Charter Weeks, Ruth Williams, Tarn Wilson, Lia Woodall, Nicole R. Zimmerman; and photography/art.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 51 Number 2, 2014
This special issue of “Looking West” features the work of Charles Atkinson, Robert Bense, Chana Bloch, Barbara Bloom, Beverly Burch, William Clipman, Don Colburn, Cathy Colman, Todd Copeland, Jeff Crandall, Pamela Davis, James Doyle, Linda Elkin, Sharon Fain, B.H. Fairchild, Kathleen Flenniken, Jeffrey Franklin, Jeanie French, Henrietta Goodman, Dainis Hazners, David Hernandez, Michael Jones, Monty Jones, Peter Kline, Lance Larsen, Julia B. Levine, Priscilla Long, Barbara J. McGrath, Peter Munro, Isabel Nathaniel, William Notter, Dixie Partridge, Candace Pearson, Barbara Ras, David Ray, Elizabeth Rosner, Lee Rossi, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 10, January 2014 online
Along with art by Jane Ryder and Stephen Sheffield, this issue is filled with 6 heartwarming and heartbreaking stories of friendship, and loss from an all-female perspective. Contributors such as Laurie Easter, Jaclyn Harte, and returning contributor Deborah Meltvedt bring us themes of helping friends in times of need, the dangers of bad relationships, and pushing yourself too hard, along with many others.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2013
The Winter 2013 issue features short stories + interviews of Caroline Casper, Anthony Inverso, Emma Pattee, and Zachary Davis; poefictionry by Marna Owen, Jessica Bebenek, Jade Sylvan, Rebecca Meacham; new fiction from Leesa Cross-Smith; plus illustrations and fast facts.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Number 2 & 3, Fall/Winter 2013
From Dr. Temple Grandin’s opening remarks about the emotional lives of animals to Ann Pancake’s lyric exploration of the impact of place on the human psyche to Daniel Hudon’s “brief eulogies for lost species,” this double issue on “The Animal” reminds us how much we share with animals and how we are animals ourselves, a theme poignantly rendered in Phong Nguyen’s story “Hush, Please,” comically celebrated in Paul Hostovsky’s poem “Big Picture,” and articulately argued in Dr. Randy Malamud’s theory about zoos. TCR is proud to feature its first graphic artist, Nick Francis Potter, and interviews him on the website.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 27 Number 2, Fall 2013
The Fall 2013 issue of CRR is dedicated to the memory of poet Rob Zseleczky, a long-time friend of the journal. It features fiction by Murzban F. Shroff, Jack Hernandez, Shannon Deaton, and James Armstrong; nonfiction by Phillip Parotti, Robert Kostuck, Nels P. Highberg, and Stephanie E. Dickinson; and poetry by too many poets to list here but including Larry D. Thomas, Michael Salcman, Russell Rowland, Sally Ridgway, George Looney, Len Krisak, Mel Kenne, William Virgil Davis, Mary Ellen Branan, and Fred Alsberg.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 258, Winter 2014
Our winter issue’s cover features vibrant artwork by Deanna Musgrave. The contents, as always, showcase the best new writing we can find. Of particular note in this issue: a selection from a back-and-forth poetry sequence by Christopher Merrill and Marvin Bell, a story by award-winning UK novelist Jane Rogers, and new work from Adam Sol, Alice Major, Robin Richardson, Shane Neilson, and many others!
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 35, Winter 2013
The Ledge No. 35, our twenty-fifth anniversary issue, features new poems and stories by twenty-four contributors, including the winners of The Ledge 2012 Poetry & Fiction Awards.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 9 Number 1, Winter 2014
In keeping with Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh’s poem of the same title, the New Madrid Winter 2014 issue, “The Great Hunger,” revisits the collective trauma of Gorta Mór, the great famine that occurred in Ireland between 1845 and 1852. The Irish famine serves as touchstone for this issue’s exploration of hunger in its many forms. Within, you’ll find surprising works of poetry, fiction and nonfiction by established and emerging writers. Guest editors include Renny Golden, Eamonn Wall and Lawrence Welsh. The issue also includes a special interview with bestselling author T.J. English.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 31, January 2014 online
Very happy to note new additions to the Featured Selection lineup: Page HillStargazer and Amit Majamudar. Next up—after this issue’s wonderful piece of Juan Gelman’s work translated by Lisa Rose Bradford—Martha Collins’s Up North, introduced by the poet. A project from Hank Lazer will follow. Finally, new work received this month includes pieces from Cynthia Cruz, Sarah Estes, Eric Pankey, Keith Althaus, Julianna Baggott, Amit Majamudar, Antonio Machado (translated by Michael Smith), Hoa Nguyen, Jennifer L. Knox, Laurie Lamon, Mark Svenvold, Amarsana Ulzytuev (translated by Alex Cigale) Charles Rafferty, Tomaž Šalamun (translated by Michael Thomas Taren), and Chard de Niord.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 74, Winter 2013
Featuring poetry by Erik Anderson, Nancy Naomi Carlson, Henry Gould, Kristen Gunther, Richie Hofmann, Allison Hutchcraft, Brandon Krieg, Bill Leech, Michael Marberry, Wayne Miller, Annie Rudy, Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Hilary Sideris, Lynn Wagner, Mike White, and Abdourahman Waberi; fiction by Neil Grimmett, Katy Resch, and J. David Stevens; and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 203 Number 4, January 2014
The January 2014 issue of Poetry features poems by Leah Umansky, Adrian Matejka, Amy King , Idra Novey, Adam Fitzgerald, Christopher Middleton, Emily Berry, Michael Robbins, Mark Ford, Maxine Chernoff, Danniel Schoonebeek, Jane Hirshfield, Marion McCready, Sina Queyras, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Number 1, January/February 2014
The January/February 2014 issue of American Poetry Review features 10 new poems by William Kistler, Robert Pinsky on revision, an interview with Frank X. Gaspar by Ellen Bass, Stephen Burt on simile, plus poetry by Tarfia Faizullah, Matthew Lippman, Jason Chneiderman, Ed Skoog, and Michael Waters.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 2014 online
Asymptote turns three this issue, and instead of temper tantrums, we decided to throw a series of events around the world. Look out London, New York, Zagreb, Boston, Philadelphia, Shanghai, Berlin, Sydney, and Buenos Aires! We also held our first translation competition, and you’ll find the winners in our gigantic January issue alongside a letter from Darfur, an essay by Michael Hofmann, translations by J.M. Coetzee and Rosmarie Waldrop, interviews with Adam Thirlwell and Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara, plays from Singapore and Israel, and much more, all of it illustrated by the frightfully young and talented Swedish artist Leif Engström.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 18, 2014 online
DB#18 features special folios on Debt, our pervasive economic and psychological condition; the Ocean, which delves into the depths of nautical and marine life that surrounds us; the Librotraficante movement to smuggle banned books back into Arizona and Texas to counter the hostile anti-immigration legislation enacted there; and video_dumbo, the annual festival of international contemporary video art that has emerged over the last decade as a crucial exhibition platform for emerging filmmaker and media artists. Additionally, we are pleased to showcase our regular features on Fiction, Poetry, and Reviews.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 10 Number 1, January/February 2014 online
In the January/February 2014 issue: winning entry for the Speculative Fiction Contest, “The Chance”; “On the Run” and “Post Script,” nonfiction pieces; fiction piece “With No Affixes”; an artist interview with pop art icon Mel Ramos; 3 Greek poets, in Greek and in translation; on location features from India, Austin Texas, Kyrgyzstan, and Pakistan; “Why Can’t This Retired Marine Find a Job?”; and much, much more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 88 Number 1, January/February 2014
The January 2014 issue of WLT showcases the life and work of Naomi Shihab Nye, winner of the 2013 NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s Literature, and “Classics Rekindled,” a special section featuring six writers who nurture the flame of literary tradition. Other highlights include Nahuatl poetry, Catalan fiction, Caribbean theater, and Haitian Creole creative nonfiction. And as always, don’t miss the wealth of new books and book reviews from around the globe.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 80 Number 1, 2013
Volume 80, No. 1, showcases a new essay from award-winning writer Edward Hoagland, “Hippies and Beats,” wherein he recollects his experiences in the 1950s and ‘60s; Dave Smith’s enlightening essay about dogs, hunting and poetry; an essay by Philip Gerard on the craft of nonfiction; short stories by Bryan Doyle and Gladys Swann; and poetry by Albert Goldbarth, Joseph Millar, Alice Friman, William Trowbridge, Ishion Hutchinson, M. Shahid Alam, and Mike White among other works. The issue also features the artwork of Tony Naponic.
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