Literary magazine New Letters publishes two double issues a year in print. Their Winter/Spring 2021 issue is now available for purchase and features fiction by Blair Hurley, Robert P. Kaye, Kirstin Scott, Anthony Varallo, and Leslie Blanco; essays by Carolina Avarado Molk, Emily Howorth, and Michaela Django Walsh; and poetry by Rebecca Foust, Jennifer Perrine, D.S. Waldman, Ted Kooser, Mihaela Moscaliuc, and Liane Strauss.
Also in this issue find the winners of their annual literary awards!
- “Indigent” by Elizabeth Robinson, winner of the Editor’s Choice Award
- Two poems by Mark Wagenaar, winner of the Patricia Clearly Miller Award for Poetry
- “Lobu Hoteru” by Jacob R. Weber, winner of the Robert Day Award for Fiction
- “Joan” by Rebecca Young, winner of the Beasley Jr. Award for Nonfiction
Their current awards in fiction, poetry, and nonfiction are open to entries through midnight CST on May 18! Check out the 2020 winners and don’t forget to pick up this issue and support the journal by subscribing!