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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 32, September 2017

In this issue: art by William C. Crawford, fiction by Christine Linn, nonfiction by Naomi Ulsted, and poetry by Jonathan Louis Duckworth. Additional imagery by: Catherine Hall, Jim Blythe, and Vivian Calderón Bogoslavsky.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 12, 2017

Issue 12 of True Story features "Spinning" by Jill Christman. For years, Jill Christman has been waiting for her long-lost lover to communicate with her from beyond the grave. Finally, he walks into her early-morning exercise class, setting her world awhirl.

Celebrating 35 years, our latest issue includes a special feature by Carol E. Mayer: “In the Footprint of the Crocodile Man: Memories, Myths, and Contemporary Art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea.” In fiction, find 12 pieces by Maria Mutch, Christian Moody, Jenny Irish, Garrett Simmons, Ariel Djanikian, Glori Simmons, and more; and in poetry, find a collection of poems by 33 writers: Jessica Jacobs, Elizabeth Bradfield, Karen Leon Anderson, Jill Osier, Bruce Bond, Gabrielle Bates, Jennie Malboeuf, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Michelle Brittan Rosado, Chanda Feldman, Kelli Russell Agodon, Dilruba Ahmed, Kirun Kapur, Jane Hirshfield, Peggy Shumaker, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 56, Fall 2017 online

To celebrate two decades, we asked Brevity veterans Lee Martin, Diane Seuss, Brenda Miller, Sue William Silverman, Rebecca McClanahan, and Ira Sukrungruang to tackle a common theme, or at least a common word. Can you find it? Issue 56 also features fine new essays examining bad dog owners, boiled sugar, and circumcision.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 25, Fall 2017

Copper Nickel 25 features poems by Dilruba Ahmed, Talia Bloch, Chelsea Dingman, Jehanne Dubrow, Graham Foust, John Gallaher, Tony Hoagland, Sara Eliza Johnson, Peter LaBerge, Shara Lessley, Adrian C. Louis, Kevin Prufer, Stephanie Rogers, Elizabeth Scanlon, Analicia Sotelo, &c; fiction by Meagan Ciesla, Viet Dinh, Joel Morris, Joanna Pearson, & Pete Stevens; essays by Robert Archambeau, Alex McElroy, & Hasanthika Sirisena; and translation folios of 12th century Chinese poet Li Qingzhao (trans. Wendy Chen), Chilean Nobel Prize-winner Gabriela Mistral (trans Velma García-Gorena & Kate Berson), and contemporary Iranian fiction writer Payam Yazdanjoo (trans. Poupeh Missaghi). On the cover: Daisy Patton.

Our latest issue takes a close look at various cultures of violence, through the lens of a medical doctor, a soldier in Iraq, a family traveling abroad, and more. This fall issue—with 26 contributors in prose, poetry, and translation—also features an excerpt from a new play by recent Guggenheim Fellow Dan O’Brien, and cover art from Sabra Field’s “Pandora Suite.”

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 190, September/October 2017

In the current issue: Detroit from the '67 Rebellion to Today: Jordan T. Camp on the uprising's legacy, Dan Georgakas on Herb Boyd's Black Detroit, Michele Gibbs in memory of Mike Hamlin; Dianne Feeley on the UAW’s defeat at Nissan; When the USA entered World War I by Allen Ruff, the Message of Charlottesville by Michael Principe; “Mourn Liu Xiaobo, Defend Liu Xia!” by Au Loong-Yu; “The War Is at Home” from ATC’s Editors, and Mike Gonzalez on what went wrong in Nicaragua.

The Baltimore Review 2017 features the poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction published in our summer and fall 2016 and winter and spring 2017 online issues. BR 2017 also includes the winners of our summer 2016 ("Games" theme, final judge: Lia Purpura) and winter 2017 ("Milestones" theme, final judge: Jane Satterfield) contests. This compilation of 300+ pages includes the work of 64 writers, including Roy Bentley, Trent Busch, Shonté Daniels, Allegra Hyde, Matt Izzi, Jenna Le, Liz Prato, Lisa Rosinsky, Curtis Smith, and Eleanor Stanford, to name but a few.

In Issue 3, find poetry by Emily Brown, Anaïs Duplan, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Mary Ruefle, Cynthia Cruz, Peter Cooley, Erika Meitner, Ghassan Zaqtan translated by Fady Joudah, Phillip B. Williams, Krystal Languell, Rachel Jepsen, Nick Flynn, William Brwer, Meena Alexander, and more; fiction by Su-Yee Lin, Kathleen Alcott, Elizabeth Ellen, Sorrel Westbrook, Kimberly Garza, Josip Novakovich, Elisa Albert, Miriam Cohen, and Lee Upton; and nonfiction by Brandon Shimoda, Elizabeth Kadetsky, and Joan Connor. Plus, film by Claire Cronin and Kristi McKim, and Elisa Albert interviewed by Monica Ferrell.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Number 1, Fall 2017

This issue features new work by Dilruba Ahmed, Howard Altmann, Angela Ball, Colin Fleming, Albert Goldbarth,  B. J. Hollars, Jenny Molberg, Joyce Carol Oates, Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Joanna Solfrian, Chrstine Spillson, Mark Wagenaar, Jane O. Wayne, and many more writers, both established and emerging.  Also: Anastasia Selby's winning entry to the 2016 Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers and a symposium on campus protests and free speach. Plus, dynamic cover art by Tony Philippou.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 19, Fall 2017 online

In the Fall 2017 issue, find poetry by Jaimie Gusman, Maya Jewell Zeller, Jenny Montgomery, Babo Kamel, Bruce McRae, Bola Opaleke, Jack Israel, Callista Buchen, and more; short stories by Danielle Holmes, Cary J. Snider, Sarah Broderick, Austen Farrell, and B. A. Varghese; and flash by Michael Backus, Christopher Rodrigues, Mercedes Lawry, Reggie Mills, and others; and creative nonfiction by Nance Van Winckel, Dan Morey, and Mickey Revenaugh. Plus art by Micah Danges with “What We See Feels Like The Thing Itself.”

Welcome to this delightful new issue of Jewish Fiction .net! Since our birthday seven years ago, we’ve published 325 first-rate works of fiction from around the world, originally written in 15 different languages, and have attracted readers from over 140 countries! So here, in celebration, are 20 fabulous stories for you, originally written in Spanish, Russian, Yiddish, Hebrew, and English, with work by Yenta Mash, Greg Harris, Edna Shemesh, Sharon Hart-Green, Joseph Bathanti, Julia Kissina, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, September 2017 online

In this issue, find poetry and prose by Will Alexander, John Beer, Charles Borkhuis, Louis Bourgeois, Lauren Camp, Robert Farrell, Cal Freeman, David Lehman, Stephen Paul Miller, Robert Okaji, Patty Seyburn, Devon Wootten, and Aliesa Zoecklein. Visual art by Jodi Colella, Brandon Graving, Francis Pavy, Lina Puetra, and Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers).

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 2, Fall 2017

Dorianne Laux and Joseph Millar have this to say about Kristin Robertson’s prize winning “Poem for My Unborn Daughter,” and this sets the tone for our Raleigh Review Vol. 7, No. 2 issue from page 1 and onward throughout the magazine, “we like the obsessive protectiveness of it, its startling imagery and evocative and wide-ranging imagination: from anchor to anvil, from cocaine to suet to grain.”

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, September 2017 online

It’s our first anniversary! Over the past year, we’ve had the honor of bringing you 91 poems by 74 poets. Issue 5 is our biggest yet and features the work of Aria Aber, Kristin Chang, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Rachel Edelman, Emily Frisella, Knar Elizabeth Gavin, Noor Hindi, Marlin M Jenkins, Sarah León Moreno, Daniel T. O'Brien, Eric Pankey, Lauren Jacqueline Roberts, Philip Schaefer, Gale Marie Thompson, Jennifer Tseng, Jeanann Verlee, Emily Vizzo, and Ross White.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Number 2, Fall 2017

In this issue: reporting from war zones, orange spray paint gets ugly, alopecia, visualizing Walter Benjamin's Arcades, breakfast and dinner in verse, Japan during the 2011 tsunami, a monkey magician, and a man runs a 10k in Converse.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 5, September/October 2017

This new issue features a special section on the Hybrid Lyric, with an introduction by David Baker and poems by Meghan O'Rourke, Michael Collier, and Gabrielle Calvocoressi; plus fiction by T.C. Boyle, Joyce Carol Oates, Marian Crotty, and Karl Taro Greenfeld; nonfiction by Emily Withnall; poetry by Cintia Santana, Kyle McCord, Philip Schultz, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2017 online

The September issue is now online featuring Pat Anthony, Devon Balwit, Demond Blake, Rachael Burns, Karen Dennison, Jack Little, R. W. McLellan, Jessica (Tyner) Mehta, Carl Nelson, Rajani Radhakrishnan, J. R. Solonche, PC Vandall, Sarah White. Reviews of Jayne Marek’s In and Out of Rough Water and Kiriti Sengupta’s Dreams of the Sacred and Ephemeral.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 61 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2017

Awards 39 presents the winning poems and stories of the 2017 Nimrod Literary Awards. Poet Mark Wagenaar weaves themes of love, fatherhood, loss, and time, while Mary Moore ponders what it means to be human and what it means to be a monster. Jessica Cavero shares a provocative story about a young woman “in the business of selling dreams,” and Sandra Hunter tells the story of two siblings stuck on opposite sides of a border fence. They are joined by over 40 other writers, including Daniel Becker, Allison Blevins, Stephen Cloud, Aurora Masum-Javed, Meghan Pipe, Claire Robbins, and Shubha Venugopal.

In this issue, find articles by Yanghuan Yu, Andrys Onsman, and Corine Tachtiris, plus “Translating Arabic Poetry into English Rapping: A Study into the Form-Based Requirements” by Abdelkarim Daragmeh, Ekrema Shehab, and Yasmin Radi. Book reviews by Katherine M. Hedeen, Vincent Kling, and Gregary J. Racz.


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