Crannog 25 slapped into my hallway this morning. I didn't have anything in it, as I'd been accepted for the previous issue and they ask you not to re-submit immediately. Not that I'd be expecting acceptance. Issue 24 was my first success in years of trying!
Not many familiar names in this issue which, I suppose, is a good thing for poetry as a whole. It might simply be my lack of education, though. The very wonderful Kate Dempsey is in there with quite a disturbing tale about social disintegration and a great end line; Knute Skinner (who gets into most publications, it seems, but with very good reason) is included too; as is Jarlath Fahy, though his poem seems somehow familiar. And I've heard of Maighread Medbh, too, though I don't understand much of her stuff.
I particularly like Quincey Lehr's Death of a Wasp (one of only two rhyming poems) Must keep an eye out for more of his stuff.
I'll get around to reading the fiction some time...