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Forge 4.3 By Forge Books
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Forge considers itself a “cultural journal” as opposed to strictly literary. Our content is not restricted to literary works. We imagine each issue as a bus traveling between... More > destinations, with our contributors adding to the experience of the journey. In practice this allows us to showcase creativity and insight without restricting ourselves to a particular genre, media, or theme. We aim to publish interesting, quality works, and every issue has a unique flavour.< Less
Vestal Review Issue 43 By mark budman
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Vestal Review is the oldest magazine dedicated exclusively to flash fiction. It has been published continuously since March 2000.
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Paloma Revista Volumen 43 By -D.E. Maria Guadalupe
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Paloma magazine is educational and informative where family values, with cultural issues also distinguished by the nominee (a) on the cover, who is chosen for their positive example and excel in... More > society.< Less
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deez- commentary43 By Michael House
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After I had an unreal abundance of time on my hands, books became my main attraction. My main quality. I started setting a record daily for the number of pages reached. 40 pages a day became very... More > common for me. I read a 315 page “Where The Wind Blows” by James Patterson in 1 day. It took 16 hours. That was the most adventurous day I have ever had. I learned on a tape collection Stephen King reads 74 books a year. I average that. My e books I write, 6000 words a day, are recounts are digging up old memories. Plus, I keep up with current doings. I do the memory exercises like an extension of rehab. My memories in rehab came back more than other survivor's memories. I heard the cousin I saw grow up, Tiffany, got 9 months in the women's prison for selling drugs & guns. But I don't know if that's the truth. But I do know she told the police he, my brother, called her as he ran from them. I feel like they had the deal to tell nobody. Justin had stolen her deceased< Less
AXIS 4:3 By Institute for Lasallian Studies at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
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AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education is an online, open-source, peer-reviewed, scholarly periodical published by the Institute for Lasallian Studies at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. As... More > a service to members of the Lasallian scholarly community, each issue is made available for on-demand print purchase through< Less
Puniverse (Vol. 43) By Stephen McLaughlin
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scare the el out of scare the ell out of scare the fell out of scare the gel out of scare the jell out of scare the knell out of scare the mel out of scare the pell out of scare the quell out... More > of scare the sell out of scare the shell out of scare the smell out of scare the spell out of scare the swell out of scare the tell out of Stephen McLaughlin is a senior editor at the PennSound poetry archive and hosts the podcast Into the Field for Jacket2. He created the 3,785-page PDF anthology Issue 1 with Jim Carpenter in 2008, an excerpt of which was included in Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing. His first book of poems is Infinite Unexplored Domain of Poetic Values by Easter Halloween (Principal Hand Editions, 2011). < Less
Ibbetson Street #43 By Ibbetson Street
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Poetry by Jennifer Barber, Michael Casey, Gary Metras, Jim Kelly and more..... Well, it is time for yet another Ibbetson Street. We are celebrating our 20th anniversary. That's a long time in the... More > small press world. On the front and back covers of this issue, you can view the evocative paintings of Bridget Seley-Galway—a longtime contributor to Ibbetson Street. It has been an active few months for Ibbetson Street. Since we last talked, we published a new collection edited by Lee Varon and Marc Goldfinger, Spare Change News Poems: An Anthology by Homeless People and those Touched by Homelessness. And the Ibbetson Street Press YoungPoet Series (directed by Emily Pineau) has released a new collection of poetry by a talented undergraduate, Daniel Calnan, entitled To Move a Piano.< Less

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