There's a hot spanking new mag out of Greensboro called Backwards City Review. Comics, poetry, fiction, non-fiction.
The first issue should be available soon.
I've had a sneak peak (in pdf form). It's very very good!
Check out the table of contents for the first issue:
Tom Chalkley Heat Wave Verso
Peter S. Conrad What's in a Name
Jim Rugg The Stoned Ape Theory
Michael Parker Results for Novice Males
Alix Ohlin Local News
Cory Doctorow Excerpt from Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town
Adam Berlin Speeding Away
Stephen Kuusisto Alfred Whitehead Is Alive and Well in Corpus Christi, Texas
Joyelle McSweeney Architectural Digest, The Great White Fleet
Ander Monson Me v. January, Circumstantial
Karri Harrison Paul Eviction
Greg Williamson Sex 22 Sex 23
Marcus Slease If You've Got Something to Say, Then Say It
Paul Guest Poem in Which I Seek Consolation in the Etymology of a Word, Victoria's Secret
John Latta Umbrage, Gadabout
Tony Tost from Complex Sleep
Erica Bernheim How to Create Your Own Amnesia, Summer Crookneck
Sarah Manguso What Prayer Is
Kristin Hall DIY Foot Washing, The Flight Area
Arielle Greenberg Membrane, On a Return to Being a Polemic against Light Verse
K. Silem Mohammad They Call My Car Illegal, Demerol Chillout
Johannes Goransson from Secured against Hares
Kent Johnson Poetry Blogs in Zurich
Gabriel Gudding Policy, Religion
ENVOI Kurt Vonnegut Where Do You Get Your Ideas From?
GET IT WHILE IT'S HOT:
BACKWARDS CITY REVIEW