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  • April 6, 2015

    WE’RE OFF TO AWP . . .

    . . . And if you are too, please stop by (we're at Table 333) and check out our special deals: Special Subscription Offer Only at AWP Save $10 on a one-year subscription—($15 instead of $25) Or get two years for the price of one ($25 instead of $45). When you sign up, you’ll also receive a copy of our current issue (a $7 value) for free. So that’s 5 issues for $15—or 9 ...

  • March 18, 2015

    WINTER 2015–HOT OFF THE PRESSES

    Get your copy of MQR Winter 2015 now. Order it for $7 or get it as part of a subscription for $25 and read all about it: Don Lago focuses on messages from outer space, Barbara Mann focuses on the films of Amos Gitai, Alesia Fay Montgomery focuses on Detroit. Fiction, recent and early, from Nicholas Delbanco (with introductions from Peter Ho Davies and Jonathan Freedman); also from Karen Heu...

  • March 13, 2015

    CLAYTON PRIZE GOES TO RACHEL MORGENSTERN-CLARREN

    Rachel Morgenstern-Clarren has won the 2014 Page Davidson Clayton Prize for Emerging Poets, which is awarded annually to the best poet appearing in MQR who has not yet published a book. The award, which is determined by the MQR editors, is in the amount of $500. MQR Poetry Editor Keith Taylor writes that her poem “The Astronaut 512 Miles from the Earth” does “a lovely job recreating the ...

  • March 11, 2015

    2014 LAURENCE GOLDSTEIN POETRY PRIZE AWARDED TO HAESONG KWON

    Haesong Kwon has won the 2014 Laurence Goldstein Poetry Prize, which is awarded annually to the author of the best poem or group of poems appearing that year in Michigan Quarterly Review. His poem “Epistle,” appeared in the Fall 2014 issue. This year’s judge, Khaled Mattawa, writes: Haesong Kwon’s “Epistle” is a minimalist gem that employs a taut Modernist esthetic to tell an Am...

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