The following are available to review or for other forms of coverage:



Selected Stories by Troy James Weaver

Whiteout Conditions by Tariq Shah

The Wild Impossibility by Cheryl A. Quimba

Animal Children by Hugh Behm-Steinberg

A Candle for San Simón by Kelly Daniels

The PornME Trinity by David Leo Rice

Claire, Wading into the Danube by Night by Jeffrey Condran

City of Hate by Timothy S. Miller

Virtuoso by Yelena Moskovich

Telephone by Percival Everett

Do Not Go On by Bryan Furuness

Driftless Quintet by Joe Sacksteder

Holding Smoke by Steph Post

Texas Crude by Thomas Kearnes

Circus + The Skin by Keith McCleary

The Nurseryman by Arthur Allen



Ashley Sugarnotch & the Wolf by Elizabeth Deanna Morris Lakes

Swerve: Environmentalism, Feminism, and Resistance by Ellery Akers

When Sleep Comes: Shillelagh Songs by Jack Foley

Savage Pageant by Jessica Q. Stark

$50,000 by Andrew Weatherhead

The Proscenium by Vi Khi Nao

where bells begin by tessa micaela

Amalgam by Sotère Torregian

Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz


Capable Monsters by Marlin M. Jenkins

The Wishbone Dress by Cassandra J. Bruner

That Strapless Bra in Heaven by Sarah Sarai

Falsehood by Emily Brandt

Abeyance, North America by JoAnna Novak

To Make Room for the Sea by Adam Clay

Revelation: An Apocalypse in Fifty-Eight Fights by Andrew Rihn

Before the Fevered Snow by Megan Merchant

The Blue Absolute by Aaron Shurin

Bring Now the Angels by Dilruba Ahmed

Holiday in the Islands of Grief by Jeffrey McDaniel

Imperial Liquor by Amaud Jamaul Johnson

The Tethered Ground by Lanette Cadle

The Future Is a Fetish by Sarah Sgro



A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Ray Belcourt

Life’s Tumultuous Party by Marvin Cohen (Edited by Colin Myers)

Entryways into memories that might assemble me, by Freda Epum

Million Dollar Red by Gleah Powers

People I’ve Met on the Internet by Stephen van Dyck

THE DISTANCE BETWEEN: A Memoir by Timothy J. Hillegonds


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