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Feminist Studies – Vol. 47 No. 3

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Special Issue: Feminism and Capitalism. “Why is feminism so good at understanding capitalism? Because gender, like capital, is never separate or pure in its expressions. Feminism has theorized gender as an intersecting system that configures and distributes power not just between female-identified and male-identified persons and within households, but also between classes and between producers and reproducers. It does so within and across these boundaries, and it questions the boundaries themselves.”

Read more about this issue at the Feminist Studies website.

Hamilton Arts & Letters – 14.2

Hamilton Arts & Letters celebrates its 13th anniversary with the release of The Science Issue guest edited by Sima Rabinowitz. Contributors for Issue 14.2 include Remi Recchia, Sneha Madhavan-Reese, Mark McKain, Anne Baldo, Grace Sanchez MacCall, Brittany Friesen, Paul Elia, Rachael Carnes, Jill K. Gregory, Mark Cembrowski, J.S. Porter, William F. Pinar, George Grant, Kim Morgan, Susan Gibson Garvey, Richard van Holst, Anna van Valkenburg, JB Stone, Charlie C. Petch, Jenn Carson, David Huebert, Gary Fordham, Alexis Moline, Brooke Pratt, Nicholas Bradley, Al Purdy, Bernadette Rule, Jeffery Donaldson, Leo Dragtoe, Michael Mitchell, Charles James, Camille Nivera, Tor Lukasik-Foss, and Treasa Levasseur.

Read the full issue 14.2 at Hamilton Arts & Letters website.

Oxford American – 116

Oxford American is celebrating 30 years in 2022. They are kicking off this milestone and year-long celebration with the release of Issue 116 (Spring 2022). Across a range of genres and subjects, their writers meditate on memory, identity, and artmaking via illuminating insights on Southern music, literature, politics, and more.

Issue 116 is now available for pre-order on the Oxford American website and will hit mailboxes in March 2022.

Ambit – 246

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Literary magazine Ambit has announced its latest issue 246 will be hitting their printer soon, so don’t forget to subscribe today to enjoy 96 pages of poems, stories, and art. This is also the final issue where Kate Pemberton serves as fiction editor.

Enjoy poetry by Florence Ladd, Jehane Markham, Jay Barnett, Regi Claire, Michael Pedersen, Anthony Anaxagorou, and more; stories by Liz McSkeane, Emily Devane, Fannah Palmer, Meara Sharma, Ruth Rosengarten, Moz, and Regi Claire; and art by Jason McGlade, Laura Copsey, Sean McLusky, Chenyue Yuan, and Bert Gilbert.

Stop by Ambit‘s website to pre-order Issue 246 today or subscribe.

Hippocampus Magazine – Jan-Feb 2022

The first issue of year went live last month, but don’t forget Hippocampus Magazine refreshes each bimonthly issue with new columns, reviews, and interviews. This month, find Laura Sturza sharing how a writing community rocked her writing world in the WRITING LIFE column, plus find two Q&As with Suzanne Roberts and Galit Atlas. New to the reviews section: Emily Maloney reviewed by Sandra Hager Eliason, Victoria Chang reviewed by Ashley Supinski, Odyssey of Ashes: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Letting Go reviewed by Rachael J. Hughes, and Alexis Paige reviewed by Daphnee McMaster. Don’t forget in January Hippocampus featured nonfiction by Sara Tatyana Bernstein, Michelle DeLiso, Katharine M. Emlen, Melanie Figg, Farah Habib, Mark O. Hodgson, Ali Kojak, Veena K. Siddarth, Shell St. James, Tatyana M. Sussex, and Karen Winn.

Stop by the Hippocampus Magazine website to read the refreshed January-February 2022 issue.

Cutleaf – 2.4

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In this issue of Cutleaf, the inimitable Rolli tells us of the time he wrote lewd fruit puns for pay in “Dirty Work.” Cynthia Young celebrates her powers as a young, Black girl in two poems beginning with “But My Sister Said All Poets Are Liars…” And Lucy Zhang takes us on a comic and cosmic ride with the Grim Reaper in “Bonchon Chats.” The images in this issue show Jupiter in three different types of light—infrared, visible, and ultraviolet.

Stop by Cutleaf‘s listing on NewPages to learn more about them and don’t forget to head on over to their website to read Issue 2.4.

The Capilano Review – Spring 2022

In 2022 The Capilano Review is celebrating its 50th anniversary. To celebrate, they asked over a hundred past contributors to a submit a term, resonant with their practice, to their experimental glossary.

They are kicking this special event off with the release of the Spring 2022 issue (3.46: A-H), the first in their three-part glossary series where you can see the contributors’ creative practice in their literary and arts community.

These feature new work alongside notable selections from their archive, from many long-time contributors: Sonny Assu, Marian Penner Bancroft, Robin Blaser, Rebecca Brewer, Clint Burnham, listen chen, Wayde Compton, CAConrad, Jen Currin, Christos Dikeakos, Maxine Gadd, David Geary, Liz Howard, Carole Itter & Al Neil, Aisha Sasha John, Bhanu Kapil, Robert Keziere, Jónína Kirton, Sonnet L’Abbé, Danielle LaFrance, Laiwan, Nicole Markotić, Daphne Marlatt, Gailan Ngan, bpNichol, Shazia Hafiz Ramji, Lisa Robertson, Rhoda Rosenfeld, annie ross & Catriona Strang, Jordan Scott, Michelle Sylliboy, Fred Wah, Rita Wong, and Jin-me Yoon.

The Spring 2022 issue is available for pre-order or you can subscribe today and receive all three anniversary issues for $25 plus shipping.

The Main Street Rag – Winter 2022

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The Main Street Rag Winter 2022 issue features editor M. Scott Douglas’s interview with Craig Johnson, author and creator of Longmire. New poetry from Margaret Benbow, Paul Colby, Pablo Patiño, and Rachel Mauro. New fiction from Burt Beckman, Valerie Gilbraeth, George Looney, Shoshauna Shy, and more. Includes a new batch of book reviews.

Find and buy the Winter 2002 issue at The Main Street Rag website.

Poetry – February 2022

Poetry magazine’s February 2022 issue includes new work from Suzi F. Garcia, Muna Abdulahi, Ada Limon, Keith Donnell Jr., Jeremy Michael Clark and more. “Grief in Three Bodies: A Conversation” is Khaty Xiong’s “intimate discussion that formed in the early months of COVID-19 lockdown, when I talked with poets and writers Victoria Chang and Prageeta Sharma about our personal experiences living with profound grief.

Read more about the current issue at the Poetry website.

Event – 50

EVENT celebrates 50 years of publication with a Notes on Writing anthology, featuring more than 70 personal essays with insights into the joys and struggles of the writer’s life and process, written by notable Canadian writers, including Jane Urquhart, David Bergen, André Alexis, Madeleine Thien, Eden Robinson, Jen Sookfong Lee, Zoe Whittall, Joy Kogawa, Souvankham Thammavongsa, Joshua Whitehead, and many others.

Find more info and order your copy at the EVENT website.

Gargoyle – No. 74

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Gargoyle 74 features nonfiction by Linda Blaskey, Ruth Boggs, Dylan Emmons, Darlene Fife, Jesse Lee Kercheval, CD Nickols, Randon Billings Noble, Darius Stewart, and M. Kaat Toy; poetry by Fran Abrams, John Kinsella, Elisabeth Murawski, Todd Swift, Paul Jaskunas, Rosemary Winslow, Beth Baruch Joselow, RC deWinter, Lyudmyla Diadchenko, to name a few; and fiction by Kelli Allen, Jeff Bagato, Christina Kapp, Jordan Redd, Esther Iverem, Che Parker, Meg Pokrass, Tom Whalen, Kathy Wiilson, and more.

View the full list of contributors and grab a copy of Gargoyle 74 here.