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FALL 2016. Issue 10, the LGBTQ issue, is guest-edited by Chase Dimock and Amy King. It features the artwork of Kelli Connell, as well as fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and translations by Terry Adams, Alicia Anderson, Consuelo Arias, Gabriella M. Belfiglio, Allison Blevins, Carolyn Boll, Melissa Buckheit, Dionisio Cañas, Elissa Cahn, Merrill Cole, David Eye, Donna Fleischer, Tyler Gillespie, Jane Eaton Hamilton, J.D. Isip, Deborah La Garbanza, R.B. Mertz, Kelly Miller, Jennifer Morales, Susan Oke, Bob Petersen, Robin Reagler, Diana Rickard, Susan Lynn Solomon, and Lee Colin Thomas.

SUMMER 2015. Issue 9 features the artwork of Ryan Woolgar and Barbara Hamby, travel writing by David Kirby, and an interview with Garnett Kilberg Cohen, as well as fiction, poetry, translations, and reviews by Jacob M. Appel, David Armstrong, Laurie Blauner, Matthew Pitt, Dariel Suarez, Irene Turner, Paul Adler, Peter Burzynski, James Capozzi, Richard Cecil, Anna Leahy, Elizabeth Switaj, Arne Weingart, Artur Azevedo, Amanda Sarasien, Henryk Cierniak, John Guzlowski, Circe Maia, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Alex Cigale, Samuel R. Delany, Marc Frazier, and Carol Smallwood.

SUMMER 2014. Issue 8 is devoted to nonfiction, featuring artwork by German photographer Sarah Katharina Kayß, as well as essays by Hannah Dela Cruz Abrams, Amy Gigi Alexander, Robert Cowan, Michael Gills, Graham Guest, Greg Hlavaty, Michael Karl (Ritchie), David Kirby, and Christian Sorace; nonfiction poetry by Nancy P. Davenport, Gary Fincke, Janet Joyner, Melissa King Rogers, Ed Makowski, Michael Meyerhofer, Seth Michelson, Joseph Mills, Joshua Preston, David R. Slavitt, and P. J. Williams; and translations, reviews, and hybrid work by Efraín Bartolomé, Kevin Brown, Vincent Czyz, Siddhartha Sebastian Larsson, Michael Ennis, Richard Kostelanetz, Carol Smallwood, and Tony Whedon.

FALL 2013. Issue 7 features the artwork of Australian artist Glenn Brady, as well as interviews with M. C. Armstrong, Kelly Davio, Andrew Hudgins, Stephen Kuusisto, Geroge Saunders, Alexis M. Smith, R. Clifton Spargo, and Jennifer Spiegel, in addition to fiction, essays, poetry, reviews, and translations by Michael Czyzniejewski, John Guzlowski, Catherine Nelson, Christopher Merkner, Richard Thomas, Katherine L. Wiegele, Lee Upton, Steve Davenport, Geroge Moore, Amado Nervo, Rimas Uzgiris, Theodore Worozbyt, Ivan Young, Jacob M. Appel, Brigit Young, and more.

FALL 2012. Issue 6 features the artwork of Portuguese artist José Ð Almeida, as well as fiction, essays, poetry, and translations by Bobby Neal Adams, Jason Lee Brown, Tetman Callis, Rebecca Cook, Ron Czerwien, Jacob Doyle, Ellen Elder, Benjamin Goldberg, Joanna L. Grisham, Jeff Friedman, Micah Dean Hicks, Marcel Lecomte, John McKernan, Eduard Mörike, Tara Mae Mulroy, Bryan Paiement, Mark Parsons, Kate Partridge, Josh Peterson, Frederick Pollack, Derek Pollard, Mary Quade, Maggie Rosenau, Richard Sonnenmoser, Brett Strickland, Jeffrey Taylor, K. A. Wisniewski, Kirby Wright, and Ryo Yamaguchi.

SPRING 2012. Issue 5 features the artwork of Sheng Qi and interviews with Alan Heathcock and Helen DeWitt, as well as fiction, essays, poetry, and translations by Neil Carpathios, Laura Chalar, Helen Degen Cohen, Peter Golub, Amy Holwerda, Liam Hysjulien, Alejandro Méndez, Aleksey Porvin, Suzanne Richardson, Lauren Schmidt, Shelby Stephenson, Michael T. Young, and others.



SUMMER 2011. Issue 4 features artwork by Aleksandra Bogdanova and Barbara Hamby, travel writing by David Kirby, and an interview with Jorge Volpi, as well as fiction, essays, poetry, and translations by Adetokunbo Abiola, Eric Arnold, Manua Das, David Hawkins, Daniil Kharms, Alex Cigale, Robert Walser, Claire Harlan Orsi, and others.




FALL 2010. Issue 3 features work from writers, poets, photographers, translators, and critics including Joy Al-Sofi, Vanessa Blakeslee, Shane E. Bondi, Duff Brenna, Tony Brinkley, Sivan Butler-Rotholz, Catullus, Yu-Han Chao, Raul Clement, Kelly Daniels, Mark DeCarteret, Scott Elliott, Nena Giorgadze, Maggie Glover, Ólafur Gunnarsson, John Guzlowski, Ray De Angelo Harris Sr., Chris D. Harvey, Kathleen Hellen, Christopher Higgs, Sean Karns, Heather Kirn, Steven Klepetar, Timothy Kercher, Jan Kochanowski, Ani Kopliani, Raina Kostova, Leonard Kress, Daniel Liebert, Robert MacCready, David Macey, Aditi Machado, Osip Mandelshtam, Corey Mesler, Adam Mickiewicz, Alistair Noon, Adam Novy, M. Lynx Qualey, Maya Sarishvili, Travis Schneider, Piotr Siwecki, Emilia Snyder, Sanna Stegmaier, Gabriel Welsch, and Joe Wilkins.

WINTER 2010. Issue 2 features a showcase of contemporary Asian art curated by scholar, critic, and translator Maya Kóvskaya — including work by Han Bing, Tao Amin, the Gao Brothers, Anthony Key, Mithu Sen, Tejal Shah, JJ Xi, and Cai Yuan, and many more — in addition to photography, fiction, poetry, essays, translations, reviews, and commentary by Cindy M. Carter, Paul Crenshaw, Rana Dasgupta, Kathy Fagan, Geoffrey Gatza, Barbara Hamby, T. R. Hummer, Subuhi Jiwani, Mary Kasimor, David Kirby, Miriam N. Kotzin, C. J. Martin, Jessica Neiweem, Craig Nova, Daniele Pantano, Chuck Richardson, T. P. Sabitha, Mark Smith-Soto, David R. Slavitt, Marcus Slease, Jodee Stanley, Ida Stewart, Elizabeth Switaj, Tony Trigilio, Dan Venne, Joshua Ware, Jajah Wu, Georg Trakl, and others.

SPRING 2009. Issue 1 features work by writers and translators including David R. Slavitt, Abdellatif Laâbi, Jillian Weise, Dan Beachy-Quick, Steve Davenport, Mark Spitzer, Christophe Casamassima, Gordon Hadfield, Nancy Hadfield, Paula Carter, and Raul Clement. Jared Schickling interviews poet and featured visual artist David-Baptiste Chirot, and we listen in as Okla Elliott talks with Matt Gonzalez, Ralph Nader's extremely charming and intelligent 2008 vice-presidential running mate. A large roundtable discussion explores the current state of poetry criticism, featuring writers, editors, and reviewers such as Robert Archambeau, John Beer, Stephen Burt, Annie Finch, Mark Halliday, Kent Johnson, Eric Lorberer, Maureen McLane, Ange Mlinko, David Orr, and Don Share.