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April Magazine Issues from Our Members
Sunday, April 5th, 2020

What better way to celebrate National Poetry Month and the changing weather than by reading (and supporting) a literary journal, especially during this complicated time? Were proud to share this list of literary journals—all members of CLMP—launching new issues in April 2020. (You can also discover books launched in April by CLMP members!)

 

Anomaly, #30
Featuring
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Apple Valley Review, Vol. 15.1
Featuring Francesca Gargallo, Trina Gaynon, Timothy Kenny, and more.
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Carve, Spring 2020
Featuring Ashley Hand, Jose Hernandez Diaz, Sarah Sousa, and more.
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Club Plum Literary Journal, Vol. 1.2
Featuring Gina Marie Bernard, Glen Armstrong, Clinton Inman, and more.
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The Common, Issue 19
Featuring a special portfolio of Arabic short stories, in translation, from Sudanese authors.
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The Georgia Review, Volume 74.1
Featuring artists’ and authors’ explorations of the United States Census.
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Kweli, Spring 2020
Guest-edited by Nicole Dennis-Benn and focusing on Black Girlhood.
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Pine Hills Review,Special Feature: Unicorns
Edited by The College of Saint Rose’s Spring 2020 Online Journal Editing & Publishing Class.
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Ploughshares, Issue #143
Guest-edited by Tracy K. Smith and featuring Dawn Lundy Martin, Monica Youn, and more.
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Poetry, April 2020
Featuring Sun Yung Shin, Harmony Holiday, Michael Hofmann, and more.
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Timeworn, Issue #2
Featuring Shelley Jones, Iona Douglas, Marilee Dahlman, and more.
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ZYZZYVA, No. 118: 35th Anniversary Issue
Featuring Santiago José Sánchez, Dujie Tahat, Bryan Washington, and more.
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