In this issue of The Briar Cliff Review, find poetry by John Blair, Simon Perchik, Twyla M. Hansen, Julie L. Moore, Tony Tracy, Dante Di Stefano, Sarah Fawn Montgomery, Ann Hudson, Michael Hill, Jimmie Cumbie, Alyse Knorr, and more. See fiction and nonfiction contributors at the Mag Stand.
Issue #19 of Into the Void is by far our biggest issue yet! Containing 12 fiction pieces, 3 creative nonfiction pieces, 15 poems, and 11 beautiful art pieces, Issue #19 is vast, vivid and vibrant. Fiction by Sean Cunningham, Laurel Doud, Mark Foss, Jones Irwin, Chris Neilan, and more. Find more contributors at the Mag Stand.
“Geographies of Justice,” edited by Alexis Lathem with Richard Cambridge and Charles Coe. An extraordinary testament to extraordinary times: includes poetry from Susan Deer Cloud, Tammy Melody Gomez, Richard Hoffmann, Jacqueline Johnson, Petra Kuppers, and Danielle Wolffe; nonfiction from Teow Lim Goh, Andréana Elise Lefton, David Mura, Nicole Walker, and Catherine Young. Find more contributors at the Mag Stand.
We have a gorgeous spring issue for readers. Thirty-two writers, poets, photographers, and artists have entrusted us with the privilege of sharing their creative work with the world. See some of what this issue has to offer at the Mag Stand.
The Best Young Writers Age 14-24. These young writers and artists are deeply engaged—both with timeless themes and with their contemporary iterations and manifestations. Fiction by Michaela Crawford, Mac Bowers, Jonah Bradenday, Jacob C. Connerly, and Alexa Bocek. Nonfiction by Jessica Baker. Find more contributors at the Mag Stand.
This issue’s theme is “My Deep Love of Place.” Featured writers include Melodie Corrigall, Suzanne Finney, Catherine Young, Amy Cotler, Jeri Ann Griffith, Lawrence Gregory, Sue Schuerman, Cayce Osborne, Penny Milam, David Denny, William Bless, Barbara Cole, Rosalie Sanara Petrouske, and Teresa H. Klepac. Featured artists include Catherine L. Schweig, Walt Hug, Birgit Gutsche, MJ Edwards, and Barbara Anne Kearney.
The Winter 2020 issue of the Missouri Review includes a selection of blackout poetry by Jennifer Sperry Steinorth. These poems move beyond the traditional blackout poem, though, and move into a realm beyond, each poem a well-crafted work of art. The variety in style is inspiring as she demonstrates the creative ways one can manipulate text. The art speaks as much as the selected words do. Each turn of the page reveals something inventive and exciting, a treasured find in this issue.
Mudfish 22 is now at the Mag Stand and is bursting with poems, prose and art, that are revelations, that grab you by the lapels, that defy forgetting. They are before and after visions and celebrations of our world today. Guest art editor John Yau has filled the pages with work from young New York-based artists that is immediate and sparkling.
New poems by Diane Thiel, Simon Anton Niño Diego Baena, Ronda Piszk Broatch, Moriah Cohen, Aran Donovan, and more. Anagrams and polysemic drawings by Sally Van Doren. See a full contributors list at the Mag Stand.
Hole in The Head Review begins their second year with this new issue now at the Mag Stand. Visit for new work by Tim Benjamin, Richard Jones, S. Stephanie, Connor Doyle, Ashley Mallick, Larkin Warren, Eva Goetz, Ron Riekki, Beth Copeland, Roger Camp, Heather Newman, Tom Barlow, Dennis Herrell, Lily Anna Erb, Dick Altman, Glen Armstrong, Erin Wilson, Yoni Hammer-Kossov, Matthew Moment, Cynthia Galaher, Lisa Zimmerman, Christy Sheffield, Tilly Woodward, and more.
The Winter 2021 issue of The 2River View is at the Mag Stand. New poems by Kate Wylie, Marissa Ahmadkhani, Roger Camp, Jessica Dionne, Ryan Keeney, Lisa C. Krueger, Al Maginnes, January Pearson, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Ralph James Savarese, and Rachel Stempel, with winter photography by Kilian Schönberger.