Tag Archives: Anthologies (multiple authors)

Freeman’s: Love

by John Freeman

The latest installment from “a powerful force in the literary world” (Los Angeles Times) Freeman’s turns to one of the greatest elevating forces of…

Freeman’s: California

by John Freeman

Featuring work from Tommy Orange, Rabih Alameddine, Rachel Kushner, Mai Der Vang, Reyna Grande, and more, the sixth Freeman’s brilliantly showcases some of the…

Freeman’s: Power

by John Freeman

Featuring new work by David Mitchell, Margaret Atwood, Édouard Louis, Aminatta Forna, Julia Alvarez, and more, the fifth Freeman’s explores one of the most…

Freeman’s: The Future of New Writing

by John Freeman

A special issue of the journal that has fast become a fixture in the literary landscape, Freeman’s: The Future of New Writing announces a…

Road Trips, Head Trips, and Other Car-Crazed Writings

by Jean Lindamood Jennings

“As these essays, poems and stories attest, the automobile is more to us than just a transportation device. Steinbeck, Hemingway and Kerouac, along with…

Zen Poems of China and Japan

by Lucien Stryk

“The excellent [volume] is a fine introduction to Chinese and Japanese Zen poetry for all readers.” –Choice

The Voice of the Turtle

by Peter Bush

“This polymorphic collection demonstrates a variety of styles (agrarian myth, beach-lit erotica, heretic surrealism, urban drollery) and a range of settings (plantation, mountain, Miami…

They’re at It Again

by Joanna Yas

The best stories from one of the brightest beacons of independent literature, Open City magazine.


by Richard Stratton

“Brace yourself for a slam-dunk of a movie . . . [Slam] makes Godard’s Breathless look like a cartoon. . . . Independent filmmaking…