Happy New Year! We’re excited for another year of wonderful work from our contributors. Here’s a final round-up from the end of 2015 into early 2016.
The Gracekeepers, by Kirsty Logan, is featured on the Penguin Random House blog.
Work by Brandi Wells appears in the new issue of Mid-American Review. Listen to an interview with her on OTHERPPL with Brad Listi.
Pelican Bomb features a new essay by Laurence Ross.
Fiction by Kim Magowan appears at Fiction Southeast.
Colin Rafferty‘s collection of essays, Hallow This Ground, is reviewed at Kirkus Reviews.
Memoranda, by Michael Martone, is out from Bull City Press. Read more of his work at Essay Daily.
A poem by Hadara Bar-Nadav, originally published in Green Mountains Review, appears on Verse Daily.
Work by Allegra Hyde and Alyse Knorr is featured in the new issue of Alaska Quarterly Review.
Poetry by B.J. Love appears at Bodega.
Robert Bingaman‘s show at The Studios Inc., Until It’s All You See, is reviewed in the Pitch.
An essay by Tessa Fontaine appears at The Rumpus.
Brian Oliu‘s new book, War Dragons: Every War Ends in Fire, will be released at the end of January. Get the details at GameSpot, and read more of Brian’s work at The RS 500 Project.
Lauren Camp‘s poetry appears in the New England Review.
José Hernández Díaz has writing in the current issue of New Delta Review.
Hot Metal Bridge features a poem by Rae Gouirand in the new issue.
Louise Krug‘s new collection of essays, Tilted, is forthcoming from 99: The Press.
Our friends at Sensitive House Press released The Misadventures of Wenamun: History’s Original Literary Traveler, adapted by Rolf Potts and illustrated by Cedar Van Tassel.
Poetry by Carrie Chappell is featured in the new issue of Blue Mesa Review.
Creative nonfiction by Dustin M. Hoffman is up at Barely South Review.
The Collapsar features poetry by Elizabeth Wade.