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Boulevard No. 100 includes work by Weike Wang, a Boulevard Craft Interview featuring Jane Smiley, Hanif Abdurraqib, Carl Phillips, Beth Tornes, and Albert Goldbarth, Chana Kim, Ariel Saramandi, Meron Hadero, Rene Martinez, Shara McCallum, Daniel M. Mendoza, Phong Nguyen, Robert Zaller, B. J. Hollars, Stephen Dixon, Colin Fleming, Sanjena Sathian, Brandon R. Scrand, Daniel Stolar, George Williams, Joshua Aiken, Cynthia S. Hua, Karla K. Morton, Karthik Purushothaman, Sean Shearer, Joannie Strangeland, and Jessica Yuan.
Also, featuring two contest winners! There’s the 2018 Poetry Contest for Emerging Poets winning entry by Mandy Gutmann-Gonzalez’s and the 2017 Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers winning story “Quarterway House” by Caitlin Campbell. Plus, fantastic and striking cover art by the new-to-Boulevard Tran Nguyen!
This issue debuts our craft interview feature with Nathan Englander; new work by J. T. Barbarese, John Dalton, Jessica Greenbaum, Shen Haobo translated by Liang Yujing, Karin Lin-Greenberg, Robbie Maakestad, Kirtan Nautiyal, Joyce Carol Oates, Judith Padow, Morgan Parker, Sommer Schaefer, Floyd Skloot, Chelsea Wagenaar, and many more writers, both established and emerging. Also: Elizabeth Hoover’s winning entry to the 2017 Poetry Contest for Emerging Writers and fantastic and striking cover art by Rene Lynch.
This issue features new work by Dilruba Ahmed, Howard Altmann, Angela Ball, Colin Fleming, Albert Goldbarth, B. J. Hollars, Jenny Molberg, Joyce Carol Oates, Natalie Scenters-Zapico, Joanna Solfrian, Chrstine Spillson, Mark Wagenaar, Jane O. Wayne, and many more writers, both established and emerging. Also: Anastasia Selby's winning entry to the 2016 Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers and a symposium on campus protests and free speach. Plus, dynamic cover art by Tony Philippou.
This issue features new work by Kelly Cherry, Stephen Dixon, Bob Hicok, Gabrielle Hovendon, Joanna Klink, Erika Krouse, David Naimon, Joyce Carol Oates, Matthew Vollmer, Abdourahman Waberi, Ellen Doré Watson, and many more writers, both award-winning and emerging. Also: Stacey Walker's winning 2016 Poetry Contest entry, and a symposium on Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize with contributions by Adrian Matejka, Brigitte Leschhorn, Katie Moulton, Anis Shivani, Andrew Weinstein, and Robert Zaller.
This issue features new work by Zeina Hashem Beck, Diana M. Chien, Jerry Harp, Clarence Major, Shara McCallum, Joyce Carol Oates, Kevin Prufer, Mark Rudman, Anis Shivani, and many more writers, both award-winning and emerging. Also: surrealistic and enchanting cover art by Rafal Olbinski, Josuak Idaszak's winning 2015 Fiction Contest story, and a symposium on technology within writing.
This issue features new work by Stephen Dixon, Amit Majmudar, Miriam Kotzin, Adrian Matejka, Phong Nguyen, Joyce Carol Oates, William Trowbridge, Mary Troy, and many more writers, both award-winning and emerging. Also: lush and imaginative cover art by Tony Philippou, Richard Lloyd-Jones's winning 2015 Poetry Contest entry, and a symposium on the future of literary publishing.
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