Be sure to stop by the Magazine Stand each week for new issue announcements. This week, we have The Lake‘s February issue, featuring Gaby Bedetti, David Butler, Brent Cantwell, Alexandra Corrin-Tachibana, Michael Dureck, Rebecca Gethin, David Krausman, Patrick Lodge, Bree A. Rolfe, Laura Stringfellow. Reviews of Jason Eng Hun Lee’s Beds in the East and Patrick Lodge’s Remarkable Occurrences.
The January 2020 issue is at this week’s Magazine Stand. This issue features flash fiction by David Galef, Martha Keller, Ron Hartley, Luke Rolfes, Kenneth Hinegardner, Michael Clark, Meg Pokrass, Marie Anderson, Roberta Beary, Robert Pope, Warren L Jones III, and David C. Metz.
New on the NewPages Magazine Stand: The Adroit Journal Issue 31 is here with new poetry by Victoria Chang, Michael Bazzett, Bruce Snider, Mark Halliday, Paul Guest, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Faylita Hicks, Caroline Crew, Paige Quiñones, Abby E. Murray, Natalie Eilbert, and more; prose by Kate Folk, Pete Segall, Alexander Weinstein, Alex Perez, Wendy Oleson, and John Elizabeth Stinzi; and art by Heather Betts, Jenny Shi, Anna Frankl, Niya Gao, You Young Kim, and Serge Gay Jr. Plus five new interviews with Victoria Chang, Danez Smith, Paige Lewis, Corrie Williamson, and Carmen Maria Machado.
The Winter 2019 issue of Southern Humanities Review is featured this week at NewPages. In the issue: nonfiction by Lia Greenwell and Leslie Stainton; fiction by Erin Blue Burke, Dounia Choukri, Sayantani Dasgupta, and Alex Pickett; and poetry by J. Scott Brownlee, Sarah Edwards, Jared Harél, Kathryn Kirkpatrick, Matthew Landrum, Donna J. Gelagotis Lee, Rodney Terich Leonard, A.T. McWilliams, Michelle Peñaloza, and Supritha Rajan. Plus cover art by Martha Park.
The latest issue of The Iowa Review is on this week’s Mag Stand. In this issue: toes, 362.28 in the card catalog, a portfolio of fantastical and surreal writing and artwork, a tenure review gone awry, and the winners of the 2019 Iowa Review Awards. Contributors include Julie Gray, Derby Maxwell, Elizabeth Dodd, Andes Hruby, and Laura Crossett in nonfiction; Joyelle McSweeney, Brian Sneeden, Philip Metres, Maggie Millner, and Stephanie Ellis Schlaifer in poetry; and Chloe Wilson, Sherry Kramer, Terrence Holt, Analia Villagra, and Bruce Holbert in fiction.
At this week’s Magazine Stand: Issue 10 of Gris-Gris: An Online Journal of Literature, Culture, and the Arts features fiction by Peter Grandbois, James Hartman, Marlene Olin, and Betty Martin; poetry by Stephanie Brooks, Jonathan Riccio, Sarah Sousa, Hannah Warren, Maria Zoccola, and Daphne Simeon; nonfiction by Robert Vivian; and artwork by Desire’ Johnson.
The Autumn 2019 issue of The Gettysburg Review is featured on the NewPages Magazine Stand this week. Included in the issue is a selection of paintings by Anne Siems; fiction by Cody Harrison, Gary Amdahl, and Kathryn Harlan; essays by Valerie Sayers, Geoff Wyss, and Floyd Collins; poetry by Gregory Fraser, Robert Gibb, Adam Tavel, G. C. Waldrep, Connor Yeck, Kathryn Nuernberger, Alison Pelegrin, Todd Davis, Alice Friman, Nancy Carol Moody, Edward Mayes, Averill Curdy, Joyce Sutphen, Sarah Kain Gutowski, and Stanley Plumly.
In the latest issue of Chinese Literature Today, included in the NewPages Magazine Stand, find a special feature on Twenty-First Century Chinese Theater with work by Liu Hongtao, Zhang Xian, Li Jing (including an interview with Li Jing by Liu Hongtao), Zhai Yueqin, Ding Luonan, Chen Jide, and Song Baozhen. Also in this tenth anniversary issue: a tribute to Jin Yong with work by Liu Hongtao, Paul B. Foster, and Weijie Song; work by Xiao Fuxing; and featured scholar Charles A. Laughlin.
Find an updated Magazine Stand at NewPages this week. Check out new issues from a dozen magazines.
Among these, is Chinese Literature Today with a special feature on Twenty-First Century Chinese Theater.
The Gettysburg Review includes colorful, eye-catching paintings by Anne Seims.
Gris-Gris: An Online Journal of Literature, Culture, and the Arts includes new fiction by Peter Grandbois and nonfiction by Robert Vivian.
The Iowa Review presents readers with the winners of the 2019 Iowa Review Awards, as well as a portfolio of surreal writing and art.
Southern Humanities Review invites readers into the new issue with whimsical cover art by Martha Park: “Deer with Houses.”
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Walloon Writers Review edition 6, at this week’s Mag Stand is a collection of poetry, short stories and nature photography inspired by Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. This independent regionally focused literary magazine publishes annually. “edition 6” edited by Associate Editor Glen Young, is so titled as this is our first digital edition. Walloon Writers Review edition 6 is available on issuu and the link can be found on our website. No charge for the digital edition this year. Cover photography by Elizabeth J. Bates.
Brevity brings readers a collaborative piece between Jill Kolongowski and the students of her Spring 2019 creative writing class at the College of San Mateo: “160 Things That Scare Me.”
Kaleidoscope‘s “Winterscapes” issue features work by artist Odessos, his subjects including “landscapes, fantasy, cartoons, and architecture.”
The Massachusetts Review wraps up the sixtieth volume of their sixtieth year of publication.
With the 11th issue of Sky Island Journal, “Readers are provided with a powerful, focused literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally.”
Spoon River Poetry Review‘s latest issue includes the SRPR Editors’ Prize winner, runners-up, and honorable mentions.
The work in Witness takes readers to the “brink of disaster” and shows us “courage and resilience in the face of evil.”
Visit our website to learn more about each of these issues.