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Green Hills Literary Lantern

GHLL ( ISSN 1089-2060) is published annually, in June, by Truman State University. Historically, the print publication ran between 200-300 pages, consisting of poetry, fiction, reviews, and interviews, and was printed on good quality paper with a glossy,... View publisher Green Hills Literary Lantern

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The Literati Quarterly

The Literati Quarterly was founded by Joschua Beres and Ethan Ayce Ramirez in 2014. The vision was to create a publication that hearkened back to the golden age of literary magazines while presenting a sleek and fresh medium that fits in a 21st century... View publisher The Literati Quarterly

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A Quiet Courage

A Quiet Courage is an online literary journal that publishes compelling, poignant, memorable, and well-written microfiction and poetry in 100 words or less. View publisher A Quiet Courage

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The Fall

by Matt Sinclair

An anthology of short stories, The Fall explores different visions of the apocalypse. Ancient prophecies, technological Armageddon, failures of government, a distracted deity, and yes, zombies all have their moments in this collection, but so do love,... View The Fall

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Making Love to the 50 Ft. Woman

by Rick Lupert

Rick Lupert's seventeenth poetry collection, Making Love to the 50 Ft. Woman, is the long awaited follow up to, and first collection of Lupert's selected works since, 1997's I am My Own Orange County. Lupert's poetry exists at the intersections of the... View Making Love to the 50 Ft. Woman

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Winter's Regret

by Matt Sinclair

To be human is to have regrets, to question decisions, even to doubt our own abilities and capacities. Whether it's because of a path not taken or a decision made for selfish or - perhaps worse - unselfish reasons, we all have had moments and decisions... View Winter's Regret