Atlanta Review is an international poetry journal founded in 1994. It is completely independent and self-supporting. The publication is devoted to “bringing surprise, wonder and delight to readers around the world.” Atlanta Review features poetry as well as Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners galore. Issue 7 is dedicated to Latin America. 
 
Details:
Atlanta Review 
Volume 7 Issue 2 
Spring/Summer 2001 
153.0 X 229.0 

Atlanta Review is an international poetry journal founded in 1994. It is completely independent and self-supporting. The publication is devoted to “bringing surprise, wonder and delight to readers around the world.” Atlanta Review features poetry as well as Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners galore. Issue 7 is dedicated to Latin America.

 

Details:

Atlanta Review

Volume 7 Issue 2 

Spring/Summer 2001 

153.0 X 229.0 

Some more poetry to brighten your grey day: Issue 47 of Beloit Poetry Journal!
For over 60 years, Beloit Poetry Journal has been an independent, renowned journal in the poetry world. Currently based out of Maine, BPJ prints seasonally and puts an emphasis on publishing a variety of poets writing in different forms and styles. BPJ is known for the original range of its poetry and especially the discovery of strong new poets. 
This 1996 issue brings to you poems such as Driving through New Mexico by Kurt Leland, Watercolour from the Brush that Paints the Garden by Molly Tenenbaum and The Suburban Arguments by Jennifer Craig Pixley.
Don’t miss this one!
Here the specs:
 
The Beloit Poetry Journal 
Volume 47 Number 2 
139 X 215 

Some more poetry to brighten your grey day: Issue 47 of Beloit Poetry Journal!

For over 60 years, Beloit Poetry Journal has been an independent, renowned journal in the poetry world. Currently based out of Maine, BPJ prints seasonally and puts an emphasis on publishing a variety of poets writing in different forms and styles. BPJ is known for the original range of its poetry and especially the discovery of strong new poets.

This 1996 issue brings to you poems such as Driving through New Mexico by Kurt Leland, Watercolour from the Brush that Paints the Garden by Molly Tenenbaum and The Suburban Arguments by Jennifer Craig Pixley.

Don’t miss this one!

Here the specs:

 

The Beloit Poetry Journal

Volume 47 Number 2 

139 X 215 

Something to brighten this rainy day in Amsterdam… Poetry Motel!
Connected with Duluth, Minnesota’s 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, Poetry Harbor, the aim of Poetry Motel is and always has been ‘to help its community create more than it has already created.’ The journal was established in 1984 and features original poetry and art.
Check out their special fifteen year anniversary issue at our library!
Details:Poetry Motel  Issue 27  15th Anniversary Issue  177.0 X 217.0 

Something to brighten this rainy day in Amsterdam… Poetry Motel!

Connected with Duluth, Minnesota’s 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, Poetry Harbor, the aim of Poetry Motel is and always has been ‘to help its community create more than it has already created.’ The journal was established in 1984 and features original poetry and art.

Check out their special fifteen year anniversary issue at our library!

Details:

Poetry Motel
Issue 27 
15th Anniversary Issue
177.0 X 217.0 

Meet our newest addition to the library: Poetry Salzburg Review, No. 10.
Poetry Salzburg Review is an English language literary journal and published twice a year by Poetry Salzburg at the University of Salzburg. The journal was established in 2001, and since then aims to present a diverse and original range of contemporary poetry, interviews with prominent and emerging poets and translators, poetry book reviews and general essays on poetry. PSR also features some premiere poetry translations into English!
Issue No. 10 contains work by Arlene Ang, Fred Beake, Florence Elon and many more. Cover artwork by Paulo Cavalcante. Come on down to our library to check it out!
Details:
Poetry Salzburg Review 
Number 10 
Autumn 2006 
148.0 X 210.0 

Meet our newest addition to the library: Poetry Salzburg Review, No. 10.

Poetry Salzburg Review is an English language literary journal and published twice a year by Poetry Salzburg at the University of Salzburg. The journal was established in 2001, and since then aims to present a diverse and original range of contemporary poetry, interviews with prominent and emerging poets and translators, poetry book reviews and general essays on poetry. PSR also features some premiere poetry translations into English!

Issue No. 10 contains work by Arlene Ang, Fred Beake, Florence Elon and many more. Cover artwork by Paulo Cavalcante. Come on down to our library to check it out!

Details:

Poetry Salzburg Review

Number 10 

Autumn 2006 

148.0 X 210.0 

Today: A rare Fourteen Hills back issue!
Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review is a literary journal brought to you right from the West Coast, centered in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1994, Fourteen Hills is committed to presenting a diverse mix of experimental and progressive work by emerging and cross-genre writers, as well as award-winning and established authors. The journal’s aesthetic is dynamic and fluid.
The issue features prose and poetry from Lydia Davis, Camile Roy, Nicole Stefanko and more, and art by Andrea Nelson and Bari Kumar. Don’t miss this literary journal out of San Francisco!
Details:Fourteen Hills  Spring/Summer 1998  152.0 X 229.0

Today: A rare Fourteen Hills back issue!

Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review is a literary journal brought to you right from the West Coast, centered in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1994, Fourteen Hills is committed to presenting a diverse mix of experimental and progressive work by emerging and cross-genre writers, as well as award-winning and established authors. The journal’s aesthetic is dynamic and fluid.

The issue features prose and poetry from Lydia Davis, Camile Roy, Nicole Stefanko and more, and art by Andrea Nelson and Bari Kumar. Don’t miss this literary journal out of San Francisco!

Details:
Fourteen Hills
Spring/Summer 1998 
152.0 X 229.0

Introducing today: The Southeast Review!
Some issues of The Southeast Review are now part of our growing library. The biannual literary magazine was established in 1979 as Sundog, managed and edited by the graduate students of the English department at Florida State University. The Southeast Review publishes an eclectic mix of literary fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, interviews, book reviews and art, with the mission to present emerging writers on the same stage as well-established ones.
Get your hands on this copy in our library! The specs are:
The Southeast Review/Sundog Volume 20 Number 1 152.0 x 229.0

Introducing today: The Southeast Review!

Some issues of The Southeast Review are now part of our growing library. The biannual literary magazine was established in 1979 as Sundog, managed and edited by the graduate students of the English department at Florida State University. The Southeast Review publishes an eclectic mix of literary fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, interviews, book reviews and art, with the mission to present emerging writers on the same stage as well-established ones.

Get your hands on this copy in our library! The specs are:

The Southeast Review/Sundog
Volume 20 Number 1
152.0 x 229.0

This came in: the latest issue of Pank!
 Pank Magazine has been publishing the brightest emerging writers for the most adventurous readers since 2006. As they put it themselves, Pank goes to the end of the road, up country, a far shore, to the edges of things, to a place of amalgamation and unplumbed depths, a place inhabited by contradiction, quirk and startling anomaly, where the known is made and unmade, and where unimagined futures are born. 
We couldn’t agree more. Issue #10 features new and original writing from creative such as Chloe Benjamin, Aaron Anstett and Wesley Rothman. Drop by to check it out!
The nerdy details of this one:
Pank Number 10 Spring 2014 202.0 x 201.0

This came in: the latest issue of Pank!

Pank Magazine has been publishing the brightest emerging writers for the most adventurous readers since 2006. As they put it themselves, Pank goes to the end of the road, up country, a far shore, to the edges of things, to a place of amalgamation and unplumbed depths, a place inhabited by contradiction, quirk and startling anomaly, where the known is made and unmade, and where unimagined futures are born.

We couldn’t agree more. Issue #10 features new and original writing from creative such as Chloe Benjamin, Aaron Anstett and Wesley Rothman. Drop by to check it out!

The nerdy details of this one:

Pank
Number 10
Spring 2014
202.0 x 201.0

Today: yet another issue of FIELD!
Just in case you haven’t read it, we introduced you to FIELD in yesterday’s blog post. Today we have yet another issue of this literary journal for you. The publication is dedicated to contemporary poetry and poetics, with a focus on unique and innovative work. 
Make sure to drop by at our library soon and check it out (we’re growing)!
The specs are:
The Field 
Number 59 
Fall 1998 
133.0 X 215.0 

Today: yet another issue of FIELD!

Just in case you haven’t read it, we introduced you to FIELD in yesterday’s blog post. Today we have yet another issue of this literary journal for you. The publication is dedicated to contemporary poetry and poetics, with a focus on unique and innovative work.

Make sure to drop by at our library soon and check it out (we’re growing)!

The specs are:

The Field

Number 59 

Fall 1998 

133.0 X 215.0 

Some new reading material: FIELD!
FIELD is a biannual literary journal of contemporary poetry and poetics. The journal is devoted to fresh and innovative work from the United States and abroad, regardless of allegiance to schools, categories or reputations. Since its founding in 1969, FIELD is published by Oberlin College in Ohio.
We are more than happy to have received this rare back issue! And pretty sure you won’t find it anywhere else here in Amsterdam. Just saying.
More details:
The Field 
Number 36 
Spring 1987 
133.0 X 215.0 

Some new reading material: FIELD!

FIELD is a biannual literary journal of contemporary poetry and poetics. The journal is devoted to fresh and innovative work from the United States and abroad, regardless of allegiance to schools, categories or reputations. Since its founding in 1969, FIELD is published by Oberlin College in Ohio.

We are more than happy to have received this rare back issue! And pretty sure you won’t find it anywhere else here in Amsterdam. Just saying.

More details:

The Field

Number 36 

Spring 1987 

133.0 X 215.0 

Made for a grey Amsterdam day like this: our issue of Rain Taxi!
Minneapolis-based Rain Taxi is a quarterly literary journal that publishes reviews of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. Rain Taxi focuses on innovative works pushing the boundaries of language, narrative, and genre with the mission “to advance independent literary culture through publications and programs that foster awareness and appreciation of innovative writing.”
This issue features works on the taste of cherries, drowned boys and intelligent design. Now in our library, so come check it out!
Details are:Rain TaxiVolume 15, Issue 1Spring 2010209.0 x 273.0 
 

Made for a grey Amsterdam day like this: our issue of Rain Taxi!

Minneapolis-based Rain Taxi is a quarterly literary journal that publishes reviews of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. Rain Taxi focuses on innovative works pushing the boundaries of language, narrative, and genre with the mission “to advance independent literary culture through publications and programs that foster awareness and appreciation of innovative writing.”

This issue features works on the taste of cherries, drowned boys and intelligent design. Now in our library, so come check it out!

Details are:

Rain Taxi
Volume 15, Issue 1
Spring 2010
209.0 x 273.0 

 

We got a stack of fresh journals this week. Today it’s an issue of Print Oriented Bastards!
Print Oriented Bastards is an independent literary journal, first released in Fall 2011. The Bastards publish original work such as poetry, fiction, non-fiction and art and aim to give a voice to unique emerging artists and writers.
The journal switches from print-only to an online magazine this summer, so we were lucky to get our hands on this issue. It features work of Guillermo Cancio-Bello, Chris Emslie, Kate Martile, Thomas Pescatore, Zachary Green, and many more. Don’t miss out on this one!
The specs are:Print Oriented Bastards  Issue 3 (2013) 114.0 x 140.0 mm

We got a stack of fresh journals this week. Today it’s an issue of Print Oriented Bastards!

Print Oriented Bastards is an independent literary journal, first released in Fall 2011. The Bastards publish original work such as poetry, fiction, non-fiction and art and aim to give a voice to unique emerging artists and writers.

The journal switches from print-only to an online magazine this summer, so we were lucky to get our hands on this issue. It features work of Guillermo Cancio-Bello, Chris Emslie, Kate Martile, Thomas Pescatore, Zachary Green, and many more. Don’t miss out on this one!

The specs are:
Print Oriented Bastards
Issue 3 (2013)
114.0 x 140.0 mm

Fantastic! We just received the brand new Iowa Review.
The Iowa Review is an American literary magazine publishing the best in contemporary fiction, poetry and nonfiction since 1970. The magazine is issued three times a year in both print and digital formats and edited by faculty, students, and staff from the renowned writing programs at the University of Iowa.
The new issue is their 44th, and also our first! It features work of creatives as Norman Dubie, Douglas Kearney, Marjorie Perloff and many more write on subjects as boys drawing cats, playing Captain radiation after Chernobyl, and finding love in someone else’s house. Artwork by Maury Gortemiller We’re thrilled to have this in our library. Come by, it’s well worth checking out!The specs:Iowa Review Issue 44, Spring 2014157.0 x 238.0 mm

Fantastic! We just received the brand new Iowa Review.

The Iowa Review is an American literary magazine publishing the best in contemporary fiction, poetry and nonfiction since 1970. The magazine is issued three times a year in both print and digital formats and edited by faculty, students, and staff from the renowned writing programs at the University of Iowa.

The new issue is their 44th, and also our first! It features work of creatives as Norman Dubie, Douglas Kearney, Marjorie Perloff and many more write on subjects as boys drawing cats, playing Captain radiation after Chernobyl, and finding love in someone else’s house. Artwork by Maury Gortemiller We’re thrilled to have this in our library. Come by, it’s well worth checking out!

The specs:

Iowa Review
Issue 44, Spring 2014
157.0 x 238.0 mm

Now on our shelves: Upstairs at Duroc #11!
Upstairs at Duroc is an international literary and arts journal out of Paris. UAD promotes innovative writing from the Paris area and all around the world and yearly publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction & translations from both established and emerging writers.
UAD Issue #11 features work from Timothy Bradford, Beverley Bie Brahic, Randall Brown and many more. Don’t miss this Paris literary journal!
Here are the specs:
Upstairs at Duroc Issue #11, 2010 140.0 x 211.0 Perfect binding

Now on our shelves: Upstairs at Duroc #11!

Upstairs at Duroc is an international literary and arts journal out of Paris. UAD promotes innovative writing from the Paris area and all around the world and yearly publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction & translations from both established and emerging writers.

UAD Issue #11 features work from Timothy Bradford, Beverley Bie Brahic, Randall Brown and many more. Don’t miss this Paris literary journal!

Here are the specs:

Upstairs at Duroc
Issue #11, 2010
140.0 x 211.0
Perfect binding

We’re happy to call The Prague Revue part of our library!
The Prague Revue is an international literary journal, committed to publishing the very best in modern contemporary literature. Concerned with culture, arts and news, TPR carries a banner for the city of Prague, but publishes for the world.
Issue #7 was the first TPR of the new millenium and published in May 2000. TPR #7 comprises 140 pages with a special focus on Slovenian writers and a collection of work by Australian poets. Come by and check it out!
Details are:
The Prague Revue
No. 7
142.0 x 200.0 mm

We’re happy to call The Prague Revue part of our library!

The Prague Revue is an international literary journal, committed to publishing the very best in modern contemporary literature. Concerned with culture, arts and news, TPR carries a banner for the city of Prague, but publishes for the world.

Issue #7 was the first TPR of the new millenium and published in May 2000. TPR #7 comprises 140 pages with a special focus on Slovenian writers and a collection of work by Australian poets. Come by and check it out!

Details are:

The Prague Revue

No. 7

142.0 x 200.0 mm