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Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 3, No. 3 & 4

Spring & Summer 1985

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  FICTION  
The El Paso Story
Maris Nichols
A Bucket of Mice Nancy Lord
A Sow's Ear
Madeleine Gekiere
Snoogy Patricia Lynn Hunt
The Good In Men James Sallis
Dream Before the Day Philip Simmons
Minnie Lee's Funeral Anne Cherner Whitehouse
POETRY
Carriers
Michael Miller
Holes Jeff Worley
My Candles Michael A. Carey
Selling Corn

Michael A. Carey

Going Around

Michael Malinowitz

Waiting for Annie

Cheryl Morse

The Small Fragrant Animal That Sleeps In My Heart

Donald Caswell

Winter Morning

Joseph Powell

Winter Moon

Joseph Powell

Keeping Distance

Joseph Powell

The Letter

Joseph Powell

Tu Fu's Journey North Robert Fagan
Winter Flight To Shungnak Len Anderson
Paintriarchy Irving Weinman
CRITICISM AND PHILOSOPHY
Words: A Parable
Mihai Nadin
Seppuku
Alfonso Lingis
Some Pictures of Matisse Jay Shir
The Awful Responsibility of Time: The Evolving Sense of History and Self In the Fiction of Robert Penn Warren Anthony Magistrale

 

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About the Cover

"Tomcod fisher on the Bering Sea Ice" was photographed on the sea ice, one half mile from the shore of Nome, Alaska. This is a traditional way of fishing for the Inupiat Eskimo in the winter and early spring months and tomcod is an important supplement to their subsistence lifestyle. A close look at the scene reveals that all of the objects are also traditional and hand-crafted: ice spear, parka, mukluks; even the fishing sticks or jiggers, as the people call them, are of driftwood.

© Rob Stapleton

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