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Red Rock Review, the literary journal of the College of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas), is a premier source of short fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. We have published authors from all over the world but have a special interest in literature pertaining to the American Southwest. Published twice a year, Red Rock Review has featured notable writers such as David Benioff, Catherine Ryan Hyde, Marge Piercy, Michael McClure, Diane Di Prima, Michael Cadnum, Charles Harper Webb, Naomi Shihab Nye, Alberto Ríos, Ron Carlson, Susan Vreeland, Robert Wrigley, and Willis Barnstone. While we look for character-driven stories held together by conflict, we also consider pieces that experiment with traditional form. In poetry, we look for well-crafted pieces that speak to our place in the natural world and that take thoughtful or humorous snapshots of the lives we lead. Essays typically examine lifestyles of Nevada and the Southwest. Reviews focus on recent releases in fiction and poetry.
We have feature stories, interviews, photo layouts, regular features such as “Tidbit Jukebox” and “Original Versions”, plus a huge reviews section covering Books, DVDs, Box Sets, CDs, Vinyl, and occasionally live show reviews as well. Blue Suede News has been publishing since 1986, and the last 20 or so issues are available in electronic editions, with more planned to be soon. We are a quarterly, though we began as a bi-monthly for the first 2 years when it was more regional to the Puget Sound area in the Pacific Northwest. So, from artists like Elvis, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Ritchie Valens, and Gene Vincent, to Country stars like Hank Thompson, The Maddox Brothers & Rose, Buck Owens and Johnny Cash, and younger artists like Big Sandy, Deke Dickerson, Martî Brom, James Intveld and Nick Curran - Blue Suede News is your source for information, pictures, reviews and more
Herizons is Canada’s most popular feminist magazine. An intelligent, provocative platform for debate, Herizons interviews artists, agitators and activists who embody the modern feminist movement. Herizons delivers one-of-a-kind Q & A interviews with advocates for gender and sexual minorities, pushing human rights forward. News nuggets called “nelliegrams” highlight equality milestones won by women in around the world. Other interests are health, women in the environmental movement, queer culture, capital “P” politics, the arts, international development and diversity in the social justice movement. Get the scoop on musicians with a political bent, and books that delve into equality, question assumptions and explore feminist theory. Be inspired by the visionary, gutsy women changing the world you’ll meet through Herizons.
Canadian Sportsman covers the fascinating world of harness horse (standardbred) racing around the globe. Features award winning in-depth articles on the sport’s leading personalities combined with exceptional photography. Has been the authoritative voice of the sport for over 140 years (established in 1870). Regular columnists report and comment on on-going issues within racing. Interesting features afford rare insights into racing’s movers and shakers, both human and equine. Sensational, multiple award-winning photography is an integral element of our impressive editorial package. Canadian Sportsman is a great vehicle to advertise products and services to the racing industry. Our readers are those actively involved in the business, so your advertising message is delivered to potential customers with a passion and strong dedication to their profession.

H.O.W. Journal

H.O.W. Journal is a non-profit arts & literary journal based in NYC. Founded in 2006 by writers Alison Weaver and Natasha Radojcic, H.O.W. publishes an eclectic mix of today’s prominent writers and artists alongside upcoming talents with an effort to raise money and awareness for children throughout the world that have been orphaned. Through generous donations and a requested $5.00 submission fee, we have been able to help support various orphanages around the world. The publication features works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as fine arts. The subject matter is vast and varied: the only common element is quality. ├ ├“The vision we had when creating H.O.W was to appeal to a young, modern readership who hold an avid interest in the arts as well as a general compulsion toward social consciousness. H.O.W. gives its readers a visually hip and intellectually compelling, while at the same time allowing them to support children that are in dire need of our help. I have noticed a shift in the world over the last decade, and I believe the new generation feels an urge to actively make a difference. H.O.W. gives them an opportunity to do just that.” – Alison Weaver

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