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Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 9, No. 3 & 4

Spring & Summer 1991

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  FICTION  
Imperfect, Tense Sheila Paulos
The Ocean Antonya Nelson
Mamie
Susan Paul
The Importance of Birds Nancy Roberts
The South Stacy R. Thompson
Delta Junction Barbara Christian
Still Life with Automobile Margot Patterson
How I Lost the Weight Jennifer Perlman
The Story-Tellers Marie Sheppard Williams
Fallout Larry Starzec
Pursuits Linda Moore Spencer
Present Past Linda Moore Spencer
Vanishing Twin Jill Birdsall
In the MacAdams' Swimming Pool Nicola Williams
January Wedding Day Blues Andraya Dolbee
Sailors Take Warning Pamela Dell
POETRY
Back at the Pond
Susan Waters
Ruins Susan Waters
Penelope Ioanna-Veronika Warwick
Penelope and Odysseus as One Person

Ioanna-Veronika Warwick

My Way to Fly a Kite



Kathleen Bogan

The Morning After



Elizabeth McLagan

The Prisoners



Pamela Donald

Where It Ends

Victoria Wyttenberg

Late Snow

Ann B. Knox

Self-Portrait in Black and White

Ann B. Knox

That Night the News Said "Rain" Wendy Bishop

 

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About the Cover

Lily pads thrive in the clear water of Kashwitna Lake in late Spring. Located at mile 74.6 of the George Parks Highway, the lake is a popular staging point for floatplane trips into the Susitna River Valley and the Alaska Range.

© Hal Gage

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