>For some reason I received TWO copies of the new Indiana Review (Vol. 30. No. 1), so I’m happy to swap one of them for something you might have available. Leave a comment to let me know what you want to swap . . .
Also, I’ve still got a couple of other magazines available to trade. See here and here for details.
>hey cliff. i’d be curious to see this. i have TONS of lit journals, or would be happy to send you an old hobart…
>Aaron, I’ve got some Hobarts. What else ya got?
>I’ll trade, but I don’t have much that is outside the norm. I’ll trade Confluence 2005 (which I’m in), or any of the last three years of Glimmer Train or the last two years of Appalachian Heritage (except for the issue with Pinckney’s story).
If you’d consider sci-fi, I have more options.
>Forgot to check back in on this. I’ve got various issues of:
APS, ASF, ACM, BWR (wow. lots of acronyms. sorry, i’m lazy), Cincinatti Review, Descant, Georgia, Glimmer Train, The Journal, Kenyon Review, MAR, Mississippi Review, Missouri Review, New Madrid, Phoebe, Redivider, Subtropics, Quarterly West… probably others. That’s what I can see from across the room…
>Aaron, the New Madrid would be great. Email me an address at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll give you mine. Thanks.
>Jim, as you see the IR is spoken for, but if you’re interested in the FR or the MAR, I’d take an Appalachian Heritage off your hands. Let me know which one you want, shoot me an email with your address at email@example.com.