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Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 8, No. 1 & 2

Fall & Winter 1989

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIAL SECTION: Amy Hempel
Wanting Conditions: An Interview with Amy Hempel
Nashville Gone to Ashes
The Harvest
Commentary on “The Harvest”
The Artist and His Dog
  FICTION  
Second Coming
Rita Ciresi
A Goodwill Ambassador David Henry
Neighbors
Lois Requist
The Angel Thomas Lisa Lenzo
The Rut Jody Azzouni
The Wood of Such Trees Anthony Bukoski
Ice Skating at the North Pole Sena Jeter Naslund
POETRY
Stacking Rabbits
William Kloefkorn
Laying My Hands on the Radio William Kloefkorn
Insomniac's Creed Bruce Bond
Denial

Bruce Bond

Return of the Steeplejack



Joseph Bathanti

Awakening at Night



Cara Chamberlain

The Salt Lake Valley



Cara Chamberlain

His Grandmother Watches Their Burning Barn

Paul Ruffin

Mississippi River Steve Crow
In the Dark Playground Janet McCann
Chatham Bay Susan Aizenberg
In an Austin Bar, Without You Susan Aizenberg
Girl with a Fiddle Susan Aizenberg
Richardson Cemetery Ann Fox Chandonnet
Aleut Lullaby Ann Fox Chandonnet
CRITICISM
Modernism for the Millions: The Films of Woody Allen Raymond Carney

 

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About the Cover

Alaska’s only extant maritime historic site, McKay’s Marine Ways, was built in 1923 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Located in the Tongass Narrows in southeast Alaska, it was used by high-masted halibut schooners and modern-day salmon seiners.

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