Poetry. Fiction. Drama. Literary Nonfiction. California Interest. Asian & Asian American Studies. African & African American Studies. Latino/Latina Studies. Native American Studies. Jewish Studies. Middle Eastern Studies. Women's Studies. Gay. Lesbian and Transgender Studies. Art. Featuring poetry by Frank Lima, Michael McClure, K. Lorraine Graham, Dong Li, Jennifer Elise Foerster, Heather Bourbeau, Cole Swensen, Erín Moure, Mónica de la Torre, Dan Encarnacion, Rajiv Mohabir, Laura Da', Jesse Nissim, Shamala Gallagher, nick johnson, Marcela Sulak, Joshua Merchant, Paula Cisewski, Will Alexander, and Chloé Veylit; Prose by Shizue Seigel, Katie Farris, J.K. Fowler, Lisa Locascio, Sequoia Nagamatsu, Harrison Candelaria Fletcher, Lucas Church, Sonya Huber, Jennifer Zeynab Maccani, Joel Hans, Tessa Mellas, Deborah Steinberg, Na'amen Gobert Tilahun, Rochelle Spencer, Janet Towle, Kevin A. Thayer, Sandy Yang, Tom Pyun, Jenny Bhatt, Megan Padilla, and Erika T. Wurth; Translations and adaptations of Sara Tuss Efrik (Johannes Göransson), Laura Cesarco Eglin (Jesse Lee Kercheval & Catherine Jagoe), Surah al-Jinn (Adam al- Sirgany), Marosa di Giorgio (Jeannine Marie Pitas), The Chemical Wedding by Christian Rosencreutz (Adapted by John Crowley), Minerva Reynosa (Stalina Emmanuelle Villarreal), Elisa Biagini (Gregory Conti), Uri Zvi Greenberg (Leonard Kress), Philippe Soupault (Alan Bernheimer), Shuzo Takiguchi (Mary Jo Bang & Yuki Tanaka), Maruxa Vilalta (Alia Volz), Dalthon Pineda (Jake Sandler), Abraham Sutzkever (Maia Evrona), Dashdorjiin Natsagdorj (Ottilie Mulzet), Kazuko Shiraishi (Yumiko Tsumura), Florencia Castellano (Alexis Almeida), and Nhã Thuyên (Kaitlin Rees); Plays by Erik Ehn and Zakiyyah Alexander; Art by Joshua Lee, Cianna Valley, Hyeyoung Kim & Arlo Keo Valera, Devin Leonardi, Ellen Kooi, Jason Adkins, Fran Herndon, Mequitta Ahuja, Paper Buck, Max Papeschi, Samuel Ribitch Martin, and Shannon Ebner; Reviews of IF, by Nicholas Bourbaki (Emily Swaim), PRESENTIMIENTO: A LIFE IN DREAMS by Harrison Candelaria Fletcher (Sonja Swift), Know The Mother by Desiree Cooper (Audrey T. Williams), and MOSS-HAIRED GIRL: THE CONFESSIONS OF A CIRCUS PERFORMER: By Zara Zalinzi: Annotated by Joshua Chapman Green by R.H. Slansky (Nathan Freeman); Plus an interview with John Crowley by Will Waller, and excerpts from the diaries of Lola Ridge, afterword by Terese Svoboda.
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