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  • April 13, 2016

    Virtual Reality Is the Real …

    * nonfiction online by Sarah Odishoo * We discover virtually ourselves and others through the language of the brain. And virtual reality is not a physical world but a language the brain receives and translates. And if virtual reality is a language, and God created the world, according to the Bible, by speaking “It is good” to the formless turned “formed,” perhaps we and our universe are...

  • March 28, 2016

    California, Here We Come …

    Swimming pools! Movie Stars! We're on our way to AWP--and if you are too, remember to stop by (we’re at Table 218) and check out our special deals: 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. ...

  • March 15, 2016

    Meet Our Contributors, MQR 55:1

    Meet the poets, essayists, fiction writers, and translators of MQR 55:1: Philip Beidler traces the life of poet Gertrud Kolmar against the rise of Hitler in “This Way to the Führerbunker,” Meghan Forbes examines Lucia Moholy’s place in the life and the legacy of the Bauhaus, Caille Millner explores four gangland murders and the code of honor, and Derek Mong muses about nakedness and poetry....

  • March 11, 2016

    JOIN US AT VOICES OF THE MIDDLE WEST

    If you're in Ann Arbor this weekend, come to the day-long Voices of the Middle West--a festival celebrating the literary richness of our region--this Saturday, March 12th in East Quad on the University of Michigan campus. There will be panels, discussions, an open mic, a talk from keynote speaker Ross Gay, and, of course, a bookfair, where Michigan Quarterly Review will be staffing a table, selli...

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