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Magazine Stand :: Exposition Review – 2023

Exposition Review 2023

The 2023 annual issue of Exposition Review online is themed “Lines” and explores connection from a variety of interpretations: between parents and children, artists and fans, friends and lovers, robots and humans; to one’s city and across borders; via humor and through grief. Lines that writers interpreted as both physical and metaphorical, and illustrate the moments when art intersects reality, scrawling over the way the world appears and redesigning what is into what could be. Readers can enjoy fiction, flash fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, experimental narratives, visual art and comics, and film. Cover design by Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin along with an interview with the artist.

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Magazine Stand :: Exposition Review – 2022

Exposition Review online literary magazine Volume VII 2022 issue cover image

Exposition Review is an independent, multi-genre literary journal that publishes narratives by new, emerging, and established writers in the genres of fiction, flash fiction, nonfiction, poetry, scripts for stage & screen, film, experimental narratives, visual art, and comics. The newest issue (Vol. VII) is themed “Flux” which means to “capture moments of change—gradual and sudden, subtle and profound, intensely personal and immensely public.”

Readers can find Fiction by Laura Freudig, Sara Landers, Mandy Shunnarah, Bernard Steeds, Kylee Webb; Flash Fiction by Carolyn Oliver, Cathy Ulrich, Lucy Zhang; Nonfiction by Jodi Scott Elliott, Charles Jensen, Achiro Patricia Olwoch (DREAMing Out Loud Contributor), Tania Perez Osuna; Poetry by Marianne Chan, jason b crawford, Lynda V. E. Crawford, Stephanie Kaylor, Alejandra Medina (WriteGirl Contributor); Stage & Screen by F. J. Hartland, Uma Incrocci, Alec Silberblatt; Experimental Narratives by Zachary Guerra, Kathryn Stam; Visual Art & Comics by ARTARIANICA (the collaborative effort of Jessy Randall and Briget Heidmous), Dmitry Borshch, Roger Camp, Meg Reynolds, Rebekah Scotland, Lorna Simpson, Film by Nate Hapke, Flora Rees-Arredondo; and an interview with Justin Chang,