In this issue now at the Mag Stand: new flash fiction by Michael Kozart, Carol McGill, Anne Anthony, James W. Davidson Jr., Jess Koch, Lorette C. Luzajic, V.J. Hamilton, Andrew Hughes, and Charline Poirier.
Welcome to the Spring 2021 issue featuring a visual narrative by Jennifer Hayden; flash by Rebecca Entel, David Galef, Gabby Capone, and others; poetry by Ann de Forest, Laura Tanenbaum, Valerie Loveland, James Miller, and Kate Peterson. See more contributors at the Mag Stand.
The long-awaited Spring/Summer 2021 issue of Humana Obscura is here! This latest issue is packed full of incredible work from 96 different contributors from around the world. See a selection of contributors 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.
The April issue is now online featuring Melanie Branton, Luigi Coppola, Seth Crook, Melanie Hyo-In Han, Nels Hanson, Tom Kelly, Ibe Liebenberg, DA Maolalai, Megan McDermott, John Middlebrook, Lynn Pattison, Paul Waring. See what else is in this issue at the Mag Stand.
New design. New writing from Cuba. New essays, stories, and poems—from Susan Daitch, Carl Dennis, Matthew Lansburgh, Charif Shanahan, and more. In our long-awaited translation feature of new writing from Cuba, you’ll find “hyper-real, speculative, socio-politically explicit, photographically existential, and experimental forms,” says translator Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann in her introduction. See what else you can find in this issue at the Mag Stand.
For this month’s featured selection, Nancy Mitchell interviewed five Poet Laureates: Tina Chang, Elizabeth Jacobson, Paisley Rekdal, Levi Romero and Laura Tohe. In nonfiction: “Correspondence In The Air” by Ilya Kaminsky and “Twilight of the Theorists” by Doug Anderson. Andrea Read reviews Steven Cramer’s Listen. See this month’s poetry contributors at the Mag Stand.
Nonfiction by Jade Hidle and Emily Waples; fiction by Remy Barnes, Christine Ma-Kellams, Raquel Olive, and Keija Parssinen; and poetry by John Blair, Asa Drake, Giles Goodland, Aiden Heung, Patrick Holian, Avery K. James, David Klose, and Rooja Mohassessy. Find this issue at the Mag Stand.
Find the Spring 2021 issue of The Writing Disorder at the Mag Stand. In this issue: fiction by Alison Bullock, Jennifer Makowsky, Robert Collings, Wendy Maxon, and more; poetry by R.T. Castleberry, Nicholas Karavatos, Mark DuCharme, Natasha Sharma, Hana Jabr, and John Tustin; nonfiction by Katy Wright, Riley Winchester, and Donna D. Vitucci. Art by Stewart Francis Easton.
This annual issue of Rathalla Review is comprised of the best work from the Spring and Fall issues during the pandemic. In these pages, we showcase the best poems, essays, stories, and art we received during a time when all our lives were changing. Gale Acuff, Jay Julio, Bina Ruchi Perino, David Wright, and more. See more contributors at the Mag Stand.
The spring issue of The Shore is now at the Mag Stand, and it’s bursting with breathtaking poetry by Dana Blatte, Jessica Poli, Matthew Tuckner, CD Eskilson, Dakota Reed, Kelsey Carmody Wort, Martha Silano, SK Grout, Hilary King, Babo Kamel, Noa Saunders, Jeremy Michael Reed, Lucy Zhang, C Samuel Rees, Becki Hawes, Kevin Grauke, Jenny Wong, Steven Pfau, Ashley Steineger, Danielle Pieratti, Eric Steineger, Farnaz Fatemi, Scarlett Peterson, Sarah Elkins, Katie Holtmeyer, Robert Fanning, Jean Theron, Heidi Seaborn, Caroline Riley, Sarah Stickney, David Keplinger, Nwuguru Chidiebere Sullivan, Tara A Elliott, Laren Mallett, Richard Prins and Sam Sobel. It also features dazzling art by Joshua Young.