Salamander, the national literary journal published at and supported by the Suffolk University English Department, has just come out with its new issue, #43 (Winter 2016-17).
Jennifer Barber, a scholar-in-residence in the English Department, is the editor-in-chief, and Katie Sticca is the managing editor.
Highlights from the new issue
Rodney Gomez, Jackson Sabbagh, Tara Skurtu, Derek JG Williams, Ellen Kaufman, Philip Raisor, Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Mary Buchinger, George Kalogeris, Kelle Groom, Sally Bliumis-Dunn, Austin Sanchez-Moran, and many others
- "Recursions," by J.L. Montavon (2016 Fiction Prize Winner)
- "Gabe Dove," by Sonya Larson (2016 Fiction Prize Honorable Mention)
- "A Little Grief," by Andrea Uptmor
- "Receive Us Every One," by Erica X Eisen
- "The Worm," by Matthew Baker.
- Ishion Hutchinson's House of Lords and Commons reviewed by Valerie Duff-Strautmann
- Meghan Kenny's Love Is No Small Thing reviewed by Olivia Kate Cerrone
- Talvikki Ansel's Somewhere in Space reviewed by Kasey Jueds
- Mary Stewart Hammond's Entering History reviewed by Jacqueline Kolosov