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Stone Highway Review By Amanda Hash, Mary Dockery, Katie Longofono
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Our newest issue contains work from both established and emerging writers. We have poetry and prose by Kerry Townsend, Bogdan Tiganov, Meg Thompson, Erin Elizabeth Smith, Jennifer Jackson Berry, Cale... More > Herreman and many others. This issue marks a full two years of publishing Stone Highway.< Less
Stone Highway Review Volume 1 Issue 1 By Amanda Hash, Mary Dockery
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Stone Highway is a new literary journal of short prose and poetry, dedicated to a focus on language.
Stone Highway Review Volume 1 Issue 1 By Amanda Hash, Mary Dockery
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Stone Highway is a new literary journal of short prose and poetry, dedicated to a focus on language.
Stone Highway Review Volume 2 Issue 1 By Amanda Hash, Mary Dockery
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Our one-year anniversary issue, featuring the work of Meg Tuite, Hanna Elson, Anne Champion, Matthew Porubsky, and many other talented writers.
Stone Highway Review 3.2 By Amanda Hash, Mary Dockery, Katie Longofono
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Stone Highway Review publishes it's 8th issue, featuring a number of talented writers, including Margaret Bashaar, Sandra Marchetti, Allie Marini Batts, Alyssa Yankwitt, M. Brett Gaffney, and others.
Stone Highway Review 3.1 By Amanda Hash, Mary Dockery, Katie Longofono
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This issue marks a full three years of publishing Stone Highway Review. In this issue, you'll find work by Kevin Rabas, Anne Champion, Sarah Sweeney, Meg Tuite, and many more, from both established... More > and emerging writers. Cover image is credited to Heather Smith.< Less
Exquisite Quartet Anthology 2012 By Meg Tuite
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Exquisite Quartet Anthology 2012 is the composite of 12 collaborative stories, one each month, in which Meg Tuite and three other writers write a story in succession. Writers included are: Jordan... More > Blum, Andrea Carlisle, James Claffey, Larry O. Dean, Gay Degani, Faye Rapoport DesPres, Mary Stone Dockery, Aleathia Drehmer, Timothy Gager, Clifford Garstang, Dena Rash Guzman, Deborah Henry, Julie Innis, Linda Hedrick, Nate Jordon, Len Kuntz, Ken McPherson, Court Merrigan, Kary Nguyen, Kristine Ong Muslim, Alex Pruteanu, Joseph A.W. Quintela, Misti Rainwater-Lites, Stephen V. Ramey, Kevin Ridgeway, Leah Rogin-Roper, Linda Simoni-Wastila, Robin Stratton, Ben Tanzer, Angelle Scott, Neil Serven, Samuel Snoek-Brown and Erin Zulkoski. And 33 writers for the March AWP story. An exceptional group of writers!< Less
Elenin November 23, 2011 By scissors and spackle
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Issue III of scissors and spackle, a journal of the written world. The November Edition is a stunning collection of fiction and poetry by the best writing of today and tomorrow. Featuring both... More > established and emerging writers among them are Ute Carson, Mary Stone Dockery, Thomas Michael McDade and Robert Laughlin as well as others. Featuring original art work by Denny E. Marshall. ************************************ scissors and spackle began in 2011 with belief that words in their purist form both cut and repair, sometimes simultaneously We are a flop house for homeless words. We are interested in fiction without boundaries< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Winter 2014 Issue 12 By Midwestern Gothic
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Featuring fiction from Jack Austin, Jessica Fokken, Kate Graham, Rachel Hall, Timston Johnston, Jessica Kirkland, Becky Mandelbaum, Raul Palma, Stefan Schriver, Darci Schummer, Addie Schweiss, Cote... More > Smith, Mary Stone Dockery, Max Vande Vaarst, Carson Vaughan, Alexander Weinstein. Poetry from Leah Angstman, Anne Brettell, Julie Brooks Barbour, Milton J. Bates, Marcus Cafagña, Jim Daniels, Jennifer M. Dean, August Donovan, David Faldet, Gerry LaFemina, Katherine MacCue, John McCarthy, Matt Mason, Dale Patterson, Erin Rodoni, Elizabeth Schmuhl, Amanda Williamsen. Midwestern Gothic is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in writing inspired by the Midwest.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Fall 2012 Issue 7 By Robert James Russell, Jeff Pfaller
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Midwestern Gothic (ISSN 2159-8827) is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived... More > here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in Midwestern fiction writing in a way that has never been done before, cataloging the oeuvre of an often-overlooked region of the United States ripe with its own mythologies and tall tales. Issue 5 features fiction and poetry by: John Abbott, Jeffrey Alfier, Kara M. Bollinger, Aaron Burch, Scott Dominic Carpenter, Kashana Cauley, Heather Cox, Justin Lawrence Daugherty, Jim Davis, Matt Dennison, Denise Dirks, Mary Stone Dockery, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Jeff Esterholm, Jennifer Fandel, Casey Francis, Keith Lesmeister, Christopher Linforth, Jim Miller, M.V. Montgomery, Abby Norwood, James O’Brien, Stella Robbins, Ann Ryles, Sarah Elizabeth Schantz, Jody J. Sperling, Anne Valente, Karrie Waarala, Theresa Williams, Craig M. Workman, Joanna Thompson Yezek< Less