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In the new issue, find 16 works of fiction, originally written in English, Hebrew, and German. One of these, in celebration of the upcoming holidays, is a Sukkot story by Mendele Mokher Seforim. We are honored to present this as the first of a series of three stories by Mendele, never before published in English, and all of them set on Jewish holidays (Sukkot, Chanukah, and Pesach). Also in this issue, find work by Eva Izsak, David G. Roskies, Amir Ziv, Sheryl Halpern, Sara Aharoni, Peter Sichrovsky, Peter Wortsman, Elan Barnehama, Zeeva Bukai, Ken Schept, Maria Lazebnik, Darlene Leiser, Caroline Bock, Youval Shimoni, and Marjorie Sandor.

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Featuring new poetry by Kazim Ali, Brian Brodeur, Roger Desy, Karin Gottshall, Laurence Lieberman, Brian Michael Murphy, Mary Ruefle, Chet'la Sebree, and Yuki Tanaka. Poetry in translation by Yang Lian (translated from Chinese by Brian Holton and fiction in translation by Haïm Hazaz (translated from Hebrew by Atar Hadari). Stories by Jonathan Blum, Joshua Idaszak, and Dariel Suarez. Nonfiction by Lesley Jenike. An interview of Laurence Lieberman by William Walsh. A review by Wendy Singer of new books by Amitav Ghosh and John Kinsella. Audio editions of many of these pieces are available through Kenyon Review Out Loud.

Our special issue focuses on a reinterpretation of the Four Freedoms. This issue is longer than our usual quarterly and contains the work of over 50 artists and writers from all over the US, as well as from Canada, Israel, Australia, and Hong Kong. This issue features photography, paintings, collages, fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction that present a stark picture of where the United States stands on issues of freedom at this time in our history. Louise Ebarb, Tina So, Lorraine Brooks, Judith Present, Alena Dillon, Lefkowitz, Margaret Kowalski, Alissa Miller, Wally Swist, Charlotte Otten, Hannah Wagner, B. G. Thomas, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6, 2018 online

In the latest issue, find work by Catherine Jagoe, Justin Dabill, J. Malcolm Garcia, John E. Keats, Bruce McAllister, Jennifer Chianese, Jacqueline Doyle, John Solensten, Michelle Cacho-Negrete, Jay Wamsted, Marlena Fiol, Jacqueline Kolosov, Genia Blum, Judy Kornenfeld, Toti O’Brien, Terry Barr, Briana Loveall, Mark Brazaitis, and Mel Livatino.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 6 Number 7, September 2018 online

The latest issue of The Woven Tale Press features work by Faizan Adil, Khaled Akil, Carl Boom, David Criner, Sheila Grabarsky, Lo Kee, Robert Klose, Jeff McRae, Juno Morrow, Dorothea Osborn, Emily M. Rangel-Cascio, Kathryn Shriver, Michael Turston, and Robin van Eck.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 25, Summer 2018

". . . [ ABLE MUSE ] fills an important gap in understanding what is really happening in early twenty-first century American poetry." - Dana Gioia. This issue opens with an editorial by Alexander Pepple and features art with a Flight theme. Chris Childers interviews featured poet, Aaron Poochigian, and Brooke Clark reviews two books. Fiction by Michael Woodson and Vincent Yu; nonfiction by Charles Martin and Barbara Haas; and poetry by Timothy Murphy, Dan Campion, Charles Baudelaire, Arthur Rimbaud, Catullus, George David Clark, Katy Rawdon, M. Ann Hull, Mark Blaeuer, Ranjani Neriya, Roy Bentley, Susan de Sola, Susan McLean, and Ryan Wilson.

Our latest general issue is crammed with excellent poems by Natalie Crick, Charles Rammelkamp, Marian Christie, Kate Garrett, Lavana Kray, Eric Chiles, Julie Mullen, Mike Bove, Tim Love, Allan Peterson, Richard Weaver, William Ruleman, J.R. Solonche, Korey Wallace, E A M Harris, Fred White, Helen May Williams, Hélène Demetriades, Amy Louise Wyatt, William Park, Samuel Smithson, Goran Gatalica, and Paige Stetson.

The Summer issue features poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction by: Teresa Dzieglewicz, Tasia M. Hane-Devore, Myronn Hardy, Rage Hezekiah, Matt Izzi, Donald McCarthy, Mary Ann McSweeny, Kathryn Merwin, Jeffrey Morgan, Barry Peters, Claire Robbins, Sarah Shotland, Rebecca Starks, Celisa Steele, and Emily Anderson Ula.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2018 online

The September issue of The Lake is now online featuring Joe Balaz, Saloni Kaul, Lynn McGee, Todd Mercer, Tony Press, Maureen Sherbondy, Dana Sonnenschein, John L. Stanizzi, Patricia Walsh, Louise Wilford, Rodney Wood. Review of Lola Ridge’s, To the Many: Collected Early Works.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 212 Number 5, September 2018

In this issue: Virginia Keane, Keith S. Wilson, Franz Wright, Carolina Ebeid, Mia Kang, Donika Kelly, Alex Dimitrov, Rae Armantrout, Alison C. Rollins, Jennifer Jean, Terese Svoboda, Nestor Gomez, Claudine Toutoungi, sam sax, Ange Mlinko, Rebecca Ariel Porte, Nomi Stone, Aram Saroyan, Nate Marshall, Zack Strait, Jayme Ringleb, John Wieners, Valzhyna Mort, and Matthew Sweeney.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 14 Number 5, September/October 2018 online

What’s new in this issue of Ragazine.CC: poetry by Maria Gillan, T.R. Hummer, Lyn Lifshin, and Michael T. Young; fiction by Jean E. Verthein; and nonfiction by Rich Ives. Karen Lethlean with “An Ironman’s Story,” Barbara Rosenthal on “A Crack in the Sidewalk,” and Ed Coffey on “Why I Run.” Sherrie Harvey writes of “The Bermuda Triangle,” Michael Goldstein examines album art, Tom Zatar Kay with “Holy Shit: A 3-Hour Poem,” and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 61, Fall 2018

This fall we’re celebrating the joy of first publication with fourteen poets who have never before had their poems appear in print. Rattle has always been a testament to the fact that publishing histories do not matter—powerful poems lurk inside all of us—and this issue highlights that truth. Culled from over 1,000 submissions, these standout poets are starting what we expect to be long careers in literature. Alan Fox interviews Marvin Artis for this issue, a previously unpublished lawyer in New York City who has enough brilliant poems hidden away to fill up a book.

The latest issue features our Fall 2018 Contest Winner: Rebecca Dettorre with her poems “Encounter” and “What If.” Also in this issue, find poetry by Tohm Bakelas, Ray Ball, Abby Caplin, Simona Carini, Alan Catlin, Katherine Davis, Kieran Egan, Marc Frazier, Matthew James Friday, Melinda Giordano, David M. Harris, Paul Ilcheko, Marjorie Moorhead, Donna Reis, Duncan Richardson, Marc Swan, Ann Christine Tabaka, and Thomas Willemain.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 20, 2018

"6'3" Man with Doritos" by Matthew Clark. Home alone for a month, a married man on the verge of midlife revisits old letters from his first love and wonders why it's so hard to apologize.

A special section devoted to Music & Lit, featuring eight writers and musicians from around the globe, headlines the September 2018 issue of World Literature Today. “Bonus tracks” include a Spotify playlist tied directly to the cover feature; a trio of recommended rock operas; and a profile of Prince’s Minneapolis. The issue also features an essay on post-Soviet poetry by Philip Metres; new fiction from the Faroe Islands and Mexico; and translated poetry from Brazil, China, Colombia, Denmark, and Lebanon. As always, a wealth of book reviews, featured new books, recommended reading lists, and online exclusives round out the issue.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 23 Number 3, Summer 2018

John Yewell interviews outgoing NC Poet Laureate Shelby Dean Stephenson, Ioanna Carlsen discusses Phillip Levine and his work, plus poetry, short fiction, reviews and publisher/editor M. Scott Douglass discusses shrinking empires. What’s not to love?

The Summer issue features oil paintings by William Fisk, fiction by Ben Hoffman, Cassandra Powers, J. M. Holmes, and Claire Davis, essays by David Meischen, Jonathan Starke, Anne Kenner, and Maggie Cheatham, and poetry by Eleanor Stanford, Vi Khi Nao, Jill Osier, Jeffrey Harrison, Mary B. Moore, Chris Forhan, Daneen Wardrop, Saha Mariel Prevost, Margaret Ray, Albert Goldbarth, Jennifer Franklin, Matt Morton, Brian Swann, Alexandra Teague, Maya Phillips, Elvira Basevich, Graham Barnhart, Hugh Martin, Chard deNiord, Katherine Riegel, and Bruce Bond.

In the latest issue of South Dakota Review, find fiction by Hannah Kroonblawd, John Colburn, Salvatore Difalco, and Midge Raymond; nonfiction by Dana Salvador and an editor’s essay byLee Ann Roripaugh; and poetry by Kristina Marie Darling, Luiza Flynn-Goodlett, Brian Komei Dempster, Karen An-Hwei Lee, Kathryn Merwin, Amy Mattox, Shawn Fawson, Kristene Brown, Laton Cater, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 154, Summer/ Fall 2018

The Summer/Fall 2018 issue features nonfiction by Rebecca van Laer, Bryan Hurt, B. Pietras, and LaTanya McQueen; fiction by Jen Julian and Alexandra Fields; poetry by Chelsea B. DesAutels, Jericho Brown, and Maureen Seaton; and “An Introduction to Video Essays” by Sarah Minor. Plus more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 88, 2018

Our latest issue features poetry by Kathryn Merwin, Virginia Smith Rice, Andrew Szilvasy, McKenzie Zalopany, and Amie Irwin; fiction by Courtney Craggett, Mark Steinwachs, and Henry Goldkamp; and nonfiction by Joanna Pocock and Christopher Collins. Plus, this year’s winner and runners up for the Big Sky, Small Prose Contest: Allie Mariano, Daryl Scroggins, and Kim K. McCrea.

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