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Featured in the latest issue of Under the Gum Tree, find work by Lagnajita Mukhopadhyay, Justina Elias, Peter Grandbois, Jennifer Judge, Aurora D. Bonner, Thatcher Carter, Ann Kathryn Kelly, and Ariel Felton. Plus, art by Seigar and Nathan Madrid.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 61 Number 2, Spring/Summer 2018

“Let Us Gather: Diversity and the Arts” (Issue 61.2) features work by diverse poets and prose writers, including Erin Adair-Hodges,  Kaveh Bassiri, Lisa Horiuchi, and more than 50 others, on subjects of all kinds. With this issue we wanted to bring to light and to celebrate both our differences and our similarities—and the ways in which the arts help us to gather together and to bring to light what makes us all unique. 

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 45 Number 2, Summer 2018

The work in this issue is charged with a sometimes dangerous energy that pulses throughout, yet illuminates as well. Take both shelter and inspiration in these pages with new fiction by Rebecca McKanna, Benjamin Soileau, Sarah Walker, and Kevin Wilson; essays by Jad Adkins, Patricia Foster, and Cecilia Weddell; and poems by George Kalamaras, Alessandra Lynch, Lisa Olstein, Daniel Tiffany, and many others.

Creative Nonfiction #67, “Starting Over,” is dedicated to the proposition that we are all—always—works in progress. In nine new essays, writers come to terms with fate, test the limits of resilience, flirt with disaster, fall down, and get back up again . . . like it or not. Plus, encouraging vulnerability in the creative writing classroom; Patricia Hampl explores the “essay mind”; coming to terms with chronic illness; tiny truths; and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 72 Number 1, Spring 2018

This issue includes a special feature: Naguib Mahfouz 1988 Nobel Laureate of Literature. Fiction by Carrie Esposito and Blair Hurley; essays by Rick Bass, Jane Hirshfield, Amy Steinberg, and more; and poetry by Gary Gildner, Victoria Chang, Monica Sok, Marvin Bell, Phillip Sterling, and more. Art by Truong Tran.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 19, 2018

"Cruel and Inhuman Treatment" by Carolyn Edgar. “Don’t marry a man like your father,” Carolyn Edgar’s mother warned her. But the impact of a family history of domestic violence proves almost as profound as the head-shaped dent in a wall of the author’s childhood home.

Rewilding: Recovery, Remembrances, and Reconnection with the Ancestral Wild. Work by Jason Bleijerveld, Andrea Blancas Beltran, JM Miller, Diego Luis, Debbi Gray, Davina Rhine, Madronna Holden & David Wolfersberger, Zev Alexander, Pancho McFarland, Phillip Bannowsky, Melanie Viets, Jim Carter, Crystal Casey, Anne Haven McDonnell, Mary Marie Dixon, Roger Camp, Shihan Zhang, Anjela Villarreal Ratliff, John Jacobson, Marisol Cortez, and many more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 4, July 2018 online

Our 1st Annual Best of the Best Issue is now available, compiling our finalists and contributors whose work was published in Edify Fiction between April 2017 and March 2018. Revisit these favorites by Troy Varvel, Katinka Smit, RL Black, Anna Deligianni, Nayana Sivanandan, Marina Montenegro, Ayaz Daryl Nielson, Norman Klein, Shannon Bushby, Michelle Dotter, Lada Makarski, and more. When you’re done reading, be sure to vote for your favorites.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 2, June 2018

The front and back cover of our latest issue features our Cover Competition winners Leslie Soule and Michael Starr. Inside the issue, find writing by Kyle J. Mola, Catherine Anderson, Ed Doerr, Joseph S. Pete, Terrie G. Crawford, Alexandria Rose Rizik, Yermiyahu Ahron Taub, W. C. Mallery, Lydia Sizemore, L. B. Davis, and Justin Florey. Art by Allison K. Sissom, Vicky Talwar, and Peter Mix, with the winners of our 2018 Instagram Competition.

Savor the summer sun while reading Novella Prize winner Samantha Macpherson’s “Tattoo” set in rainy Vancouver. Sit down for lunch with Johnnie Manson’s “Lentil Soup” or Carin Makuz’s “What We Write About When We Write About Avocados.” Quench your thirst with “A Glass of Water” by Susan Haldane. Bask in “Sunlight” by John Nyman, and lounge on “Big Island” by Ben Ladouceur. Sit at the piano in Gordon Lonethunder’s “Branches Fleuries d’Amandier”; swim up to the boundary in Jade Riordan’s “The Buoy Line”; travel to London and France in Diana Fitzgerald Bryden’s “The Hedonists.” Cool down with reviews of books by Irena Karafilly, Tom Wayman, and Brian Bartlett.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Number 2, Summer 2018

This issue features fiction by Shuly Cawood, Chuck Augello, Seth D. Slater, and Zebbie Watson, nonfiction by Michael Knight, and poetry by Sheila Sanderson, D. G. Geis, Colette Tennant, Patrick Hicks, Robert Gibb, Mercedes Lawry, Alicia Marie Brandewie, Jeff Hoffmann, L. S. McKee, Dennis Maloney, Doug Rampseck, and Jeff Hardin. Plus, book reviews.

The 2018 Summer Issue of SRPR has been released. In the issue 43.1, you will find: cover art by Olga Reyna Coronado; new poems by Ira Sukrungruang, the SRPR Illinois Poet, plus an interview with Joanne Diaz, SRPR Feature Poet & Interview Editor; poems by Austin Smith, Kristin Prevallet, Gabriel Gudding, Jules Gibbs, JD Scott, Andrea Cote Botero, and Chloe Garcia Roberts; The SRPR Review Essay by Johannes Göransson, who reviews the works of Cynthia Cruz (Dregs), Brooke Ellsworth (Serenade), Moss Angel the Undying (Sea-Witch, Volume two), and Sara Tuss Efrik (Automanias and The Night’s Belly); and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 2, Summer 2018

In the Summer 2018 issue, writers and artists explore the theme “The Face in the Photograph” and embrace the intrigue in several ways, from reminiscences to the supernatural. Work by Virginia McGee Butler, David Subacchi, Kathleen Gunton, Madonna Dries Christensen, Deborah H. Doolittle, Diane Jackman, Tim Roberts, Tony Concannon, Rachel Lister, Paul Lamb, Wally Swist, Margaret Nelson, Lois Greene Stone, and more.

In this issue: poetry by Lisa Bellamy, Ace Boggess, Darren Demaree, A.R. Dugan, Mercedes Lawry, S.A. Volz, Beth Oast Williams, and more; fiction by Rick Krizman, Irene Meklin, Kemal Onor, and Chloe Williamson; and nonfiction by Grant Ingram, Tanyo Ravicz, and Harvey Silverman. Plus photography by Dallas Crow, Dom Fonce, Amy Kotthaus, and Erin Schalk.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 76 Number 2, Spring 2018

Our lead story in “Love & Kisses, Lust & Wishes is "In the Land of Make-Believe" by legendary editor, Gordon Lish., concluding with Lish’s "For Jeromé With Love and Kisses." In between are stories by Sheila Kohler and Maureen McCoy, essays by Don Lago (about theatre at UCLA) and Jeffrey Meyers (about "loss" in literature) and a look at how Mark Strand (one-time Poet Laureate) merged the world of poetry with his own collages shown in a New York gallery. Volume 76 Number 2 is an eclectic wide-ranging issue about personalities and literary culture, delivering the best words in the best order.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2018

Brandon Brown, Jennifer Metsker, Adrienne Perry, Mike Soto, Christopher Citro, Jeremy Radin, Melissa Barrett, Joshua Wheeler, Marina Yuszczuk, transl. by Alexis Almeida, Laura August, Conor Bracken, Christian Bancroft, Dara Wier, BJ Love, Gyrðir Elíasson, Wendy Vogel, Megan Falley, Adeeba Talukder, Tyler Barton, Renee Gladman, Porochista Khakpour, Eric Schlich, Camila Reimers transl. by Lisa Carter, Yuki Tanaka, Chad Bennett, Jenny Molberg, DJ Thielke, Lishani Ramanayake, Lara Ruter transl. by Maximiliane Donicht, Abigail Chabitnoy, Rebecca Hazelton, Anja Snellman transl. by Maija Makinen, Debbie Urbanski, Mark Neely, Rebecca Dunham, Cara Blue Adams, Kemi Adeyemi interviewing taisha paggett, Marieke Lucas Rijneveld transl. by Sarah Timmer Harvey, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date 2018

The Meadow 2018 has arrived with work by Donald Revell, Jessica Mehta, Michael Branch, Steve Coughlin, Jerry Mathes II, Linda Parsons, Joseph Fasano, Daniel Crocker, Nathan Graziano, Barbara March, Richard Jones, Susan Johnson, George Perreault, Michelle Aucoin Wait, and many others. View the online issue at our website.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2018 online

Are you ready to see who won our first-ever Open Window Poetry Contest? Also see the poems of our four runners-up. This issue is jam-packed with stories ranging from trees that allow you to time travel, to boys who are attacked by their brussels sprouts. It's time for Spring and time for another great issue of Stinkwaves. Contributions by Mari Culley, Ashaur Rashman, Jeffrey Wald, Daniel Klawitter, Raven Howell, Sofia Dibble, Verity Cartwright, Ruth Becker, and more.

Our first year anniversary issue features work by Nora Mabie, Ruth Dandrea, Rachel A.G. Gilman, Ed Tato, Jerrice J. Baptiste, Cassondra Windwalker, Deborah Hansen, Anastasia Jill, Hillary Moses Mohaupt, Francis Raven, Gail Peck, and Alex Checkovich.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 40 Number 4, July/August 2018

The latest issue of the Kenyon Review is out, offering an extraordinary range of voices. Fiction by Mahreen Sohail, Anjanette Delgado, and Charles Johnson; nonfiction by Kimiko Hahn and Rodger Kamenetz; and poetry by Victoria Chang, Arthur Sze, Joanna Klink, Cintia Santana, Peter Everwine, and more. Plus, two book reviews.


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