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- Linked Title The Antioch Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 76 Number 3, Summer 2018
Mandy Thomas’ tender account about her mother and the ravages of dementia leads this issue, and Kenneth McClane’s companion memoir about his loss of both parents to Alzheimer’s closes this moving edition. In between are stories by Robert Alt (“Different Kinds of Dead”) and Seulmi Lee (“Beautiful”), and poems such as “Poemy McPoemface” by Hailey Leithauser and “Job Interview” by Jona Colson. Volume 76, No. 3 is one of a kind. You will want to have a box of tissues or a handkerchief handy when turning these poignant pages of the best words in the best order.
- Linked Title Prime Number Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 139, October-December 2018
In this issue, find the winners of the 2018 Prime Number Magazine Awards for Poetry and Short Fiction: Diana Pinkney in poetry and Deac Etherington in fiction. Also in this issue: Rainie Oet, Luke Tennis, and Mark Wagenaar, winners of the monthly Flash Fiction Contest; and Annie Dodson, Michele Partain, and Emily West, winners of the 53-Word Story Contest. Guest Poetry Editor Richard Garcia selects work by T.M. Huden burg, Kit Loney, Martin Ott, and Andy Stallings. Guest Fiction Editor Jodi Paloni selects work by Paulia Lyn Bailey, Jody Hobbs Hesler, and Nicholas A. White.
- Linked Title THEMA
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 3, Autumn 2018
The writers and artists in this issue explore the theme “Dancing in the Wind.” Work by Lynda Fox, Margo Lemieux, H. B. Salzer, James B. Nicola, Michele Ivy Davis, Robert Manaster, Dean Scelec, Jack Granath, Linda Tyler, Margo Peterson, Madonna Dries Christensen, James Penha, Erica Williams, Dianne Silvestri, R. David Bowlus, Atar J. Hadari, Rebecca Willman Gernon, and Edith McDowell Edson.
- Linked Title Wordrunner eChapbooks
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2018
Ovenbirds and Other Stories by Dorene O’Brien is our fiction chapbook this month, with six stories: “Ovenbirds,” “Wrong Number,” “Emma Reflected,” “#12 Dagwood on Rye,” “Then I Snapped,” and “The Good Daughter.” Learn more about the author and purchase digital editions at our website.
- Linked Title Apple Valley Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Number 2, Fall 2018
Featuring short fiction by John Garcia and Río Luna; a memoir excerpt by Tove Ditlevsen; and poetry by Julio Monteiro Martins, Diarmuid ó Maolalaí, Kerry James Evans, Jack Hickman, Bibhu Padhi, Ananda-mayi dasi, Aura Christi, Stephen Hundley, Dorsía Smith Silva, and Ed Bok Lee. Cover artwork by Vasily Vereshchagin.
- Linked Title Black Warrior Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2018
In this issue: Tyrese L. Coleman, Krys Malcolm Belc, Tamiko Beyer, Matt Broaddus, Yujane Chen, Bertha Isabel Crombet, Kelly Dulaney, David Naimon, Jennifer Fossenbell, Faye Yan Zhang, K.M. English, Dana Fang, Gabriela Garcia, Theodosia Henney, Kelly Krumrie, Benjamin Krusling, Krystal Languell, Mingpei Li, Kripi Malviya, Joseph Stevens McClure, Brandon Melendez, Xandria Phillips, Laura Villareal, Abi Pollokoff, Alison Powell, Matt Reeck, Arielle Robbins, Cathy Ulrich, and Vanessa Norton, with a chapbook by Vi Khi Nao. Featured artist: Katie Torn.
- Linked Title Gargoyle Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 68, 2018
In this issue, nonfiction by Nancy Naomi Carlson, Chelsea Morningstar, Debbie Urbanski, and more; fiction by Tom Ball, Lucy Biederman, Julie Eill, LA Lantz, Raima Larter, Eric Andrew Newman, John Saul, Kelly Wolfe, Tara Isabel Zambrano, and others; and poetry by Roy Bentley, Shinjini Bhattacharjee, Shirley J. Brwer, Anne Champion & Jenny Sadre-Orafai, Grant Clauser, M. Scott Douglass, David Ebenbach, Jared Frank, Jim Gross, George Kalamaras, Lyn Lifshin, Adam Tavel, Marc Swan, and more. Plus, art by Allen Forrest, Marilyn Stablein, and Kelly Cressio-Moeller.
- Linked Title The Massachusetts Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 59 Number 3, Fall 2018
Our Fall 2018 issue features “Autumn” by Chen Chen and “All This Fiddle and Pensees” by Michael Lavers in poetry; “The Desert, The Streak and the Wish, and Conscience Pays a House Call” by Pere Calders translated by Mara Faye Lethem, “Ruben” by Gabriella Kuruvilla translated by Victoria Offredi Poletto and Giovanna Bellesia Contuzzi, and “Parade” by Laura Willwerth in fiction; and an excerpt from Mother of Milk and Honey by Najat El Hachmi translated by Peter Bush.
- Linked Title Poetry
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 213 Number 1, October 2018
John Lee Clark, Ari Banias, Meena Alexander, Clint Smith, Deborah Landau, Samantha Irby, Jericho Brown, Jack Underwood, Sylvia Legris, Roy White, Kara Jackson, Greg Pak, Vidyan Ravinthiran, and many others.
- Linked Title 3Elements Literary Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 20, Fall 2018
In this issue, the writers and artists use the elements “Bus Stop,” “Stained Glass,” and “Canopy” in their pieces. Fiction by Enya Mayne, Hugh Andreson, and Richard Weems; nonfiction by Misty Urban and Marissa McNamara; and poetry by Laura Mayron, L Greenway, Hannah Blaser, Anna Sandy-Elrod, Kirsten Morgan, Suzy Harris, Rebecca Ellis, Yuri Han, Carol Barrett, and more. Art by Bhavna Misra, Terry Steele Kalet, Nancy Hathaway, Larry Cwik, and others. Photography by Julie Thi Underhill, Martha Nance, Shara Johnson, Kristina Harrison, Maraya Loza Koxahn, Tara Cronin, and more.
- Linked Title About Place Journal
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Issue 2, October 2018
For this issue of About Place Journal, we were interested in works that get at the root of our current political disaster. We also wanted work that explored and reveled in our sources of support, interconnection, solace, and strength. We wanted work that could be useful to those of us engaged in this challenge who, on many days, feel exhausted, overwhelmed and disheartened. We wanted work that would challenge us to learn from perspectives outside of our own, that would help us understand history and how we arrived at this moment.
- Linked Title Brilliant Flash Fiction
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 19, September 2018
The latest issue features work by Lila Rabinovich, A. Poythress, Stephanie Cotsirilos, Andrew Hughes, KJ Hannah Greenberg, Donald Zagardo, Susan Margaret Scott, Fernando Meisenhalter, Claire Faugeroux, Paul Beckman, Robert Wexelblatt, B.L. Makiefsky, Thomas Genevieve, and Hillary Jo Foreman.
- Linked Title The Flexible Persona
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Number 2, Fall 2018
The “Passage Issue” is now on sale and features the poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction of ten writers, with cover art by Naji Chalhoub.
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 86, October 2018
We’re back with our newly designed website, bringing you an issue with featured poet Mark Wunderlich. Joshua Corey reviews From the Files of the Immanent Foundation by Norman Finkelstein. Aldon Mielsen with “White Mischief Redux.” Poems by Karen Skolfield, Stephanie Burt, Troy Jollimore, G.C. Waldrep, Carol Moldaw, Bradford Tie, Angie Estes, and more.
- Linked Title Raleigh Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8 Number 2, Fall 2018
In this issue, find fiction by Sheila Thorne, Gerhard Schneibel, Andrea Lewis, Dinah Cox, Gregg Williard, and A. Muia. Poetry by Lukas Hall, Aaron Coleman, Brionne Janae, Emily Mohn-Slate, Chelsea Dingman, Julia Dasbach, John Sibley Williams, Cameron McGill, Betsy Johnson-Miller, and more. Art by our featured artist Chris Kappmeier.
- Linked Title True Story
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 21, 2018
True Story #21: "On Running," by Megan Baxter, is simultaneously a meditation on the pursuit of running, a reflection on Lewis and Clark’s endeavor to map the continent, and an exploration of the body’s limitations, which asks: Is it possible to outrun yourself?
- Linked Title The Woven Tale Press
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 8, October 2018
In this issue of The Woven Tale Press: Laura Arciniega, Monica Coyne, Alan Elyshevitz, Sandrine Hermand-Grisel, Sky Kim, Bob Meszaros, David Mitchell, Andrea Rae, Joseph Reyes, Naomi Schlinke, Stacy Slaten, Heidi Stauff, David Wheldon, and Terri Witek.
- Linked Title Copper Nickel
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 27, Fall 2018
Issue 27 includes a feature of 14 Irish and UK poets, with work by Zoë Brigley, James Byrne, Vahni Capildeo, Martin Dyar, Elaine Feeney, Victoria Kennefick, Manuela Moser, Conor O’Callaghan, Paul Perry, Sam Riviere, Stephen Sexton, Lorna Shaughnessy, Jessica Traynor, and Chrissy Williams; fiction by Farah Ali, Jyotsna Sreenivasan, Amy Stuber, and Jacinda Townsend; nonfiction by Stuart Friebert, Kathryn Nuernberger, & Ira Sukrungruang; poetry by Jenny Boychuk, Erika Jo Brown, Emily J. Cousins, Benjamin S. Grossberg, Michael Homolka, L. S. Klatt, Becka Mara McKay, Juan Morales, Hera Naguib, Paul Otremba, Paige Quiñones, Emily Skaja, Molly Spencer, Vanessa Stauffer, Jessica Lynn Suchon, Corey Van Landingham, and more; plus three poets in translation folios.
- Linked Title The Georgia Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 72 Number 2, Summer 2018
Essays by Ed Pavlić; David Oates, Marvin Bell & Christopher Merrill, Sebastian Matthews, and James Reston Jr.; fiction by Julia Elliott, A. Joachim Glage, Kent Nelson, Sina Kian, Lee Martin, and James Warner; poetry by Stephen Dunn, Emily Tuszynska, Julie Marie Wade, Moira Linehan, Ralph Burns, Alice Friman, Heather Altfeld, Brian Swann, Maurya Simon, Keith Ratzlaff; and art by Dustin Yellin. Also in this issue, find a selection of book reviews, and three interviews.
- Linked Title New England Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 3, 2018
In this issue: Eric Wilson’s summer with the Eckart family; Samantha Libby beats back the specter of her childhood bullies; Francis-Noël Thomas takes a look behind Patrick Modiano’s Dora Bruder; Jane Breakell follows the trail of Anne Hutchinson; Phoebe Stone returns to the defining moments of her childhood; Laurence de Looze reports back from the land of wild boar and vin de noix; and W. C. Morrow takes a seat at the table in a Paris café, 1900. Poetry by Tara Bray, Anders Carlson-Wee, Joanne Diaz, Alison C. Rollins, Karen Solie, Amber Flora Thomas, and more; fiction by Christine Sneed, Geeta Tewari, Naheed Patel, and others; nonfiction by W.C. Morrow, Phoebe Stone, Eric Wilson, and more.