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  • February 19, 2015

    BUY MQR ONLINE

    At last our new online purchasing system is up and running. Once again you can subscribe to MQR online--there's still time to order our Winter issue--and for the first time you can now order individual issues online as well. Prepare for the next blast of cold and snow--browse our online store and order enough fascinating reading to last you till spring. Then curl up with MQR and your beverage...

  • December 10, 2014

    THE V-LETTER: A STORY SURVIVED

    * nonfiction by John Felstiner from MQR 53:4 Fall 2014 * I lift up a slim item of frayed, folded pages: a letter, an airmail letter. It’s World War II V ∙ ∙ ∙ — MAIL which I remember well, though less intimately than I recall the newsprint, foil, flimsy War Ration Books, V-Garden carrots, countless crayon sketches of US and RAF planes soaring above flame-drenched landscapes. Also an earl...

  • October 15, 2014

    DOWER CHEST

    * poetry by Kara Van De Graf from MQR 53:3, Summer 2014 * From the grandmother of my grandmother, it lives at the footboard of the bed, passed down to me by my own mother. As a child, I traced the blonde-wood petals of flowers, the garden etched with dark walnut vines. And below, near a lip of scrollwork, two narrow drawers kept in check by a key. It was only when I ...

  • August 15, 2014

    REMEMBERING STEFANIA WORTMAN

    * nonfiction by Marcin Otto, from Stefanie Wortman's essay in MQR 53:3 Summer 2014 * In early 1940, several months into the Nazi occupation, Elektoralna found itself in the middle of a huge quarter called the Warsaw Ghetto, surrounded by a tall wall. Eleonora was Jewish but apparently she abandoned the flat with her children and stayed outside of the Ghetto, concealing their Jewish identities. In ...

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