Fall 2019





Shawna Ervin (2021) Poetry: “Birthmom,” Evening Street Review, Number 22, 2019; “Beautiful,” “Waiting Room,” “Junior High,” The Raw Art Review, Fall 2019; “Accused,” “Music,” Euphony Journal, Volume 19, Number 2.

Frances Howard-Snyder (2022) Fiction: “Square Peg,” Five on the Fifth, Volume 4, Issue 12, October 2019.

Preeti Parikh (2021) Poetry: “Retreat,” Riparian: Poetry, Short Prose, and Photographs Inspired by the Ohio Riveredited by Sherry Cook Stanforth and Richard Hague, Dos Madres Press, September 2019.

Rachel Sandell (2022) Fiction: “The Boy with Black Eyes,” The Magic Within: A Spellbinding Anthology, edited by Heather Hayden, Rowanwood Publishing, October 2019.

Eunice Tiptree (2022) Poetry: “Annunciation in a Windowless Room,” The Kenyon Review, Vol XLI, Number 6, November/December 2019.

Aldric Ulep (2022) Poetry: “How to Eat Balut,” “it's more like a stone turtle,” “If a tree falls in the middle of a forest, does it make a sound?,” Bamboo Ridge, Issue #115, edited by Cathy Song and Donald Carreira Ching, 2019.


Kelli Russell Agodon (2007) Poetry: “Everyone Is Acting as if We’re Not Temporary, and I Am Falling Apart in the Privacy of My Own Home,” The Nation, September 2019.

Nancy Canyon (2007) Poetry: “Archeology,” Take a Stand: Art Against Hate, Raven Chronicles Press’s Anthology, Fall 2019; “Things Dad Said,” Silver Award, All Poetry, 2019; “My Brother Visits,” memoir excerpt published in True Stories II Anthology, edited by Cami Ostman, Penchant Press International, Fall 2019.

Bill Capossere (2010) Essay: “Roadmap,” Colorado Review, Fall/Winter 2019. Interview: Colorado Review Blog, October 2019. Short Story: “The Museum of Screams and Whispers,” The Wild Word, October 2019.

Darien Gee (2019) Nonfiction: “American Born,” CALYX, Vol. 31:2, Fall/Winter 2019.

Jennie Goode (2014) Essay: “Dream House,” You Are Not What You Used to Be, a slag glass city miniature, Volume 5, Number 1, June 2019.

Katrina Hays (2010) Poetry: “Cinnamon Pie,” Plainsongs, Summer 2019; “Domestic,” Severine, Issue 7.

Alicia Hoffman (2015) Poetry: “That Forever,” “To Save My Life,” “Double Sonnet w| Late Stage Capitalism,” “Episteme|Doxa|Gnosis,” “Alexa Plays Miles Davis,” Live Encounters, July 2019; “Algorithms,” Typishly, Summer 2019; “Matins,” “Postcard from Planet Earth,” Lockjaw Magazine, Vol. VII, Summer 2019; “The Work of Bodies,” Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Poet’s Resist Series, August 2019; “Supervalent Thought,” “Alexa, Contemplate the Resurrection,” A-Minor Magazine, September 2019.

Emily Holt (2016) Poetry: “A Separation,” Michigan Quarterly Review, 2019; “Restless Creature,” Hinterland, 2019.

Jill McCabe Johnson (2008) Essay: “Void,” Changing Times, Issue 13, 2019.

Gerry McFarland (2011) Poetry: The Making, Cave Moon Press, July 2019.

Kay Mullen (2007) Poetry: Homecoming, Fithian Press, May 2019; “Up Close,” Valparaiso Poetry Review, Fall 2019.

Ann Quinn (2018) Poetry: “Tritina,” Yellow Arrow Journal, Summer 2019; “Procession,” Potomac Review, Fall 2019

Tina Schumann (2009) Poetry: “A World of Want,” The Writer's Almanac, August 2019; “Traveling Instructions,” Poetry Daily, October 26, 2019.

Jen Soriano (2018) Essay: “War-Fire,” FugueIssue 57, Fall/Winter 2019.

Molly Spencer (2017) Poetry: If the House, University of Wisconsin Press, October 2019; “Back Roads and Ditchwise: Against Ben Lerner’s The Hatred of Poetry,” The Georgia Review, Fall 2019.


Kevin Clark, Poetry: “Admitting Belief,” The Southern Review, Summer 2019. Essay-Review: “The Necessary Impossibilities of Poetry,” The Georgia Review, Fall 2019.

Jenny Johnson, Essay: “Troubling Forms,” Mentor and Muse, September 2019.

Rebecca McClanahan, Essays: “Stories That Fit My Hands,” originally published in The Georgia Review, appears in the newest Pushcart Prize anthology, November 2019; “The Next Chapter,” Hypertext Review, Fall 2019.

Scott Nadelson, Fiction: “Butterfly at Rest,” Ploughshares, Summer 2019; “Liberté,” Chicago Quarterly Review, Fall 2019; “One of Us,” 2 Bridges Review, Fall 2019. Essay: “Miraculous Mundane: Photography and the Art of the Ordinary,” New England Review, Fall 2019.