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Issue 19 Launch

Cover Issue 19

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our 19th Issue. Featuring moving and timely cover art by Johnathan Sproul, this issue is full of impressive work by 60 contributors. Thanks to all who submitted.

Submissions for Issue 20, Our Tenth Anniversary Issue 

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Submissions for Superstition Review issue 20, publishing this fall, will be open in September. Our editors will be reviewing submissions in Art, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry.

9 Cookbooks to Gift the Mom in your Life this Mother’s Day


With Mother’s Day just around the corner, Barnes & Noble Reads has compiled a list of cookbooks to celebrate culture, family, and cooking — from French country cooking, to Italian grandmothers, to soul food.

Each book shares family stories of meals of the past and recipes for meals of the future — something great for the Mom in everyone’s life.

Read the full list here.

Featured Partner: Sarabande Books

Sarabande Books

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Sarabande Books depends on the support of people who believe in our mission. With the help of our donors, we invest in emerging literary voices and serve as an educational resource locally and nationally. If you value what we do, please consider joining this diverse community of readers, writers, and lovers of literature who make our work possible.

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Featured Partner: A Public Space

A Public Space

A Public Space is an independent magazine of literature and culture founded in 2006. A subscription to A Public Space begins with Issue 25 and now includes the print magazine, digital editions, and exclusive access to the online archive.

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