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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 42, Spring 2019 online

In this issue: art by Jenny Reddin, fiction by Stanley Delgado, poetry by Alexa Doran, and nonfiction by Alexia Kemerling. Additional imagery by Marc Cohen, Leah Dockrill, and Alex Nodopaka.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 91, March 2019 online

This month’s Featured Selection includes work by Dorianne Laux, interviewed by Hélène Cardona. In Essays and Comment, “How to Write on Rat Skin” by T.R. Hummer. Devin King reviews Now that the audience is assembled by David Grubbs. Our poetry selections include work by Martha Collins, Susan Rich, Peter Cole, Margo Taft Stever, Julie Bruck, G.C. Waldrep, Ekiwah Adler-Belendez, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 25, 2019

“Suffering Self” by Minh Phuong Nguyen. When a young writer’s body begins attacking itself, he searches for the roots of his illness in his family’s trauma. Begging his parents for their “story crumbs,” he reconstructs the story of their wartime experiences in Vietnam, his father’s arrests and his mother’s starvation, and the bribery that made it possible for them to escape the country.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 83, Spring 2019

Willow Springs 83 features prose and poetry from  Brenna Lemieux, John Goodhue, Anne Raustol, Laura Van Prooyen, Suzanne Highland, an interview & poetry from Maggie Smith, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 213 Number 6, March 2019

In this issue: Fatimah Asghar, Zeina Hashem Beck, Naomi Cohn, Stephen Sexton, Shira Dentz, Eloisa Amezuca, Huang Fan, Chrissy Williams, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Fanny Howe, Rocket Caleshu, Meena Alexander, Ray Gonzalez, Alyssa Moore, Vi Khi Nao, Kazim Ali, and more. Plus, Jennifer Tseng with “Among Every Three Fathers, One Will” in the comment section.

The Mar/Apr 2019 issue of the Kenyon Review is now out, featuring fiction by Segun Afolabi, Elizabeth Brinsfield, Eric Gansworth, Tom Noyes, Anzhelina Polonskaya (translated by Andrew Wachtel), and Courtney Sender, an essay by Mairead Small Staid, and poetry by Aria Aber, Juan Antillón (translated by Julia Guez), Jean-Paul de Dadelsen (translated by Marilyn Hacker), Bijan Elahi (translated by Rebecca Ruth Gould and Kayvan Tahmasebian), Marie-Andrée Gill (translated by Kristen Renee Miller), John Kinsella, Shane McCrae, Stav Poleg, Ben Purkert, Ardengo Soffici (translated by Olivia E. Sears), and Caki Wilkinson.

Hannah Craig, Sadie Hoagland, Rachel Sahaidachny Julie Brooks Barbour, Victoria Campbell, Jennifer Key Julie E. Bloemeke, Annette C. Boehm, Sara Ryan, Hannah Kroonblawd, Karen An-hwei Lee, Amy Mattox, Kathleen McGookey, Kathryn Merwin, Michael Meyerhofer, Aza Pace, Lynne Potts, Midge Raymond, Katie Richards, Dana Salvador, Martha Silano, and Jake Syersak.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date March 2019 online

The March issue is now online featuring Daniel Birnbaum, Judy Brackett, Yuan Chanming, Patrick Deeley, Alexis Rhone Fancher, William Ogden Haynes, Michael Lee Johnson, Brian Johnstone, Julie Maclean, Ronald Moran, Fiona Sinclair, Grant Tarbard. Reviews of Marianne Burton’s Kierkegaard’s Cupboard, Chelsea Rathburn’s Still Life with Mother and Knife, Kiriti Sengupta’s Solitary Stillness.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 76 Number 4, Fall 2018

Nobel Laureate Heinrich Theodor Böll’s translated pieces evoke the metonymic adage “the pen is mightier than the sword.” A year before conscription into Germany’s WWII army, he penned “NS-Creed (1938)” writing, “I believe in one Fuhrer of Germany . . . creator of the eternal Third Reich, and of all new vileness, visible and invisible . . . “  This issue includes poetry by teenage newcomer Skylar McGann (“A Boat Lost in Your Sea”) alongside seasoned writer Carolyn Osborn (“Between the Waters”) as well as Poetry Today: “Vulnerable Paul Valéry Between Poetry and Mathematics.” The best words in the best order have been penned again!

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, 2019

Our fifth issue features work by Lauren K. Alleyne, Aldo Amparán, E. Kristin Anderson, John Andrews, Matthew James Babcock, Alyse Bensel, Justin Bigos, Tommye Blount, Brooke Champagne, Alan Chazaro, Emily Cinquemani, Kevin Clouther, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Oliver de la Paz, Denise Duhamel, Kelly Dulaney, Catherine Edmunds, Stevie Edwards, Kate Gaskin, Joanna Gordon, Kyle Hemmings, Lucas Jacob, Sally J. Johnson, Jane Kim, Ben Loory, Suvi Mahonen, Alicia Mountain, Miguel Murphy, Andy Powell, Kevin Prufer, Dean Rader, Scott Ragland, Nancy Reddy, Phoebe Reeves, Aaron Smith, Alison Stine, Matthew Thorburn, Maureen Thorson, Milla van der Have, Kelly Garriott Waite, Joanna White, Patrick Whitfill, and Claire Yoo.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 205, Fall 2018

In this issue, find poetry by Lisa Beech Hartz, Ashley Porras, Caylin Capra-Thomas, Lisa Starr, Steve McDonald, Monica Berlin, Patrick Whitfill, Tom Daley, James Moran, Sean Sexton, Jessie Strauss, Aiden Forster, and more; fiction by Barbara Barrow, Lisa Metrikin, Jessica McCaughey, and Caleb Tankersley; and nonfiction by Jody Keisner and Sadie Shorr-Parks. Dallas Crow’s “A Couch with a View” is our cover art.

Read the winners of the 2018 Fiction Prize in this issue: Dianne Scott with “Tongue Twister,” Brendan Stephens with “A Lifetime,” and Sophie Braxton with “(Pablo).” Also in this issue: art by Danielle Klebes, Audrey Gillespie, Ann-Marie Brown, Evan Lawrence, Sara Brown, and Aydin Matlabi; poetry by Kimberly L. Wright, Oliver Brantome, Satoshi Iwai, George Franklin, and more; fiction by Judyth Emanuel and Kaitlin Worley Strain; and nonfiction by Kira Compton and Michelle Faye.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 35 Number 1, Winter 2019

The first issue of The MacGuffin’s 35th volume spotlights the winners of Poet Hunt 23, judged by Alberto Ríos. Matthew J. Spireng took first place for his poem “Ed,” with an honorable mention going to Judith Rosenberg for “Venetian Passageway.” In this issue’s prose category, hit the road—internationally—with Faith Steinberg’s “Getting Bogged Down in Ireland” or—domestically—with Priscilla Long’s “Road Trip;” and back home, join Mary Maloney for an unexpectedly eventful backyard barbeque in “362 Days.” Dessert’s on Lynn DeTurk, whose “Ode to My Flourless Chocolate Torte” is not to be passed up, even if you’re dieting.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 63, Spring 2019

The Spring 2019 issue features a tribute to Persona Poems. The tribute includes 18 poets writing in the voice of someone else. In the conversation section, editor Timothy Green talks to “America’s First Lady of Form,” poet Kim Bridgford. We also include the long title poem to her forthcoming book, Blue Whale Sonnets. Another eclectic open section includes a haiku sequence for Graceland, Anders Carlson-Wee telling us where he’s at, the return of Rayon Lennon with a kind of sequel to his 2018 Rattle Poetry Prize winning “Heard,” and so much more.

The Winter issue features poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction by: Leslie Carlin, Chelsea Dingman, Tim Fitts, Rachel Furey, Thomas Genevieve, Adam Houle, Christine Ma-Kellams, Ian Mahler, Amanda Newell, Deesha Philyaw, Christopher X Ryan, Yvonne Stiver-Macleod, Michelle Turner, Hannah VanderHart, Robert Watkins, Anne Hodges White, and Bill Wolak. This issue includes the winter contest ("Tools" theme) and Pop-Up contest winners.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 29, 2019 online

We're pleased to share our latest issue of The Boiler. Featuring new work by Graham Barnhart, Bailey Cohen, Dorsey Craft, Michelle Donahue, Khaleel Gheba, Sam Gilpin, Brandie Gray, Heather Hamilton, Rage Hezekiah, J. Bailey Hutchinson, Denise Jarrott, Michael Marberry, Philip Schaefer, Dāshaun Washington, Janet Dale, Alex Ebel, Raina K. Puels, Sarah Van Bonn, Christina Harrington, Brian McCurdy, Aram Mrjoian, and comics by Kayla E. and Laura Bullard.

In Creative Nonfiction #69: “Intoxication,” writers explore the heady thrills—and, sometimes, dangers—of mother-daughter day-drinking; the Nashville music scene of 1983; finding a new romance in midlife; and surrendering to the Holy Spirit. Plus, Leslie Jamison de-mythologizes the myth of the Drunk Genius; an argument for more humor in addiction memoirs; a potted history of cocktail coverage; tiny truths; and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 4, Winter 2019

Featuring the prose of A.A. Balaskovits, Bradley Bazzle, Ed Falco, Peter Gordon, Susan Kellam, Dennis McFadden, Jillian Weiss.  New poetry by Miho Nonaka, Catherine Pierce, Brian Swann.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Winter 2019

Short stories by and interviews with Becky Mandelbaum, JP Kemmick, Chelsey Grasso, and J.E. McCafferty; new poetry by Matt McBride, Suzannah Russ Spaar, Rachel Kaufman, Bill Neumire, and Holly Wren Spaulding; and nonfiction by E.E. Hussey, Sara Mang, and Brandi Bradley. Additional features include our Decline/Accept section with “Get Your Feet Wet” by Peter Beckstrom, a “One to Watch” interview with Devi S. Laskar by Sejal H. Patel, and illustrations by Justin Burks.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall/Winter 2018

Ecotone's Body Issue offers poetry, stories, and essays that explore all kinds of ways of being in a body—human and beyond human—and the ways our bodies are touched by culture, the environment, and politics. In this issue you'll find poems from Patricia Smith, Benjamin Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, and January Gill O'Neil; Leah Hampton’s story featuring the haunted Blue Ridge Parkway; Julia Ridley Smith’s essay on inheriting her father's prosthetic leg; Arisa White’s essay on finding identity in NYC’s queer clubs; and our first dance feature, with text and images from choreographer Rosie Herrera's stunning dance works, including Tropical Depression, our cover.

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