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Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 24, No. 3 & 4

Fall & Winter 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Note: The 25th Anniversary

Interview with the Editor

Listen to the Interview


NONFICTION
 
Life in an Eggcup   
John Gamel

John Gamel’s essays have appeared in Boulevard, The Antioch Review, and The Kenyon Review.  He is Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine.


Playing It Out
        Peter Selgin

Peter Selgin's stories and essays have appeared in Glimmer Train, Missouri Review, Boulevard, and Best American Essays 2006. This is his second appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.

Raven Re-makes the World
Marilyn Sigman

This is Marilyn Sigman’s first publication in a national literary journal.

Answered Questions Man Martin

Man Martin's debut novel is Days of the Endless Corvette (Carroll and Graf, 2007). 

Stroller
Nancy Geyer

This is Nancy Geyer’s first publication in a national literary journal.


The World Conqueror Who Sells Beer for a Living and Other Thoughts on Chinggis Khan
Matthew Davis

Matthew Davis’s work has appeared in Bellevue Literary Review and Worldview Magazine.


DRAMA
Elevator/Sex

Lan Tran

Writer/performer Lan Tran's work has been presented off-Broadway, at New York City Hall, in the Lincoln Center theater-sponsored American Living Room Festival, the Walt Disney Concert Hall's REDCAT Theatre, the Ford Theatre, and at a number of colleges, most recently Harvard University.  Elevator/Sex premiered at the Pan-Asian Repertory Spring Festival of New Works at New York’s off-Broadway West End Theatre in May 2006. It was directed by Michael Kearns and Ms. Tran performed all of the characters.

FICTION
Enucleation  David McGlynn

David McGlynn’s stories and essays have appeared in Image, Black Warrior Review, Northwest Review, Shenandoah, Ninth Letter, and Gulf Coast.


The Prize
Anna Solomon

Anna Solomon’s stories have appeared in One Story, The Georgia Review, and Shenandoah.

Moon Helmet  Bonnie Nadzam

Bonnie Nadzam’s stories have appeared in Iron Horse Review, Ninth Letter, Callaloo, and The Adirondack Review.


Invasive Species

Jacob M. Appel

Jacob M. Appel’s stories have appeared in Agni, Missouri Review, StoryQuarterly, and North American Review


Picture Head
Mary Otis

Mary Otis’s stories have appeared in Best New American Voices, Tin House, Cincinnati Review, Berkeley Literary Journal, and Santa Monica Review.  "Picture Head" is included in her debut story collection Yes, Yes, Cherries (TinHouse Books 2007).

The Glass Eye  
Rachel Rose

Rachel Rose is the author of the poetry collections Giving My Body to Science (McGill/Queen’s University Press, 1999) and Notes on Arrival and Departure (McClelland & Stewart, 2005).  This is her second appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.

Minor Goddesses Megan Harlan

Megan Harlan's stories and poems have appeared in Sycamore Review, Meridian, TriQuarterly, and AGNI

The Golden Swan
Edith Pearlman

Edith Pearlman is the author of three collections of stories: Vaquita (1997), Love Among The Greats (2002), and How To Fall (2005).  Her stories have appeared in Best American Short Stories, the O. Henry Prize Collection, Best Short Stories from the South, and The Pushcart Prize Collection.  She is a frequent contributor to Alaska Quarterly Review.

Winter Life
Bonnie Jo Campbell

Bonnie Jo Campbell is the author of the novel Q Road (Scribner, 2002) and the story collection Women & Other Animals (1998). This is her second appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.

At the Bar  Alicia Gifford 

Alicia Gifford's stories have appeared in Narrative Magazine, Confrontation, The Barcelona Review, Mississippi Review, and Best American Erotica 2005.

The One O'clock Movie Michael Murray

Michael Murray’s stories and poems have appeared in Hawaii Review, New Orleans Review, Noon, The Quarterly, and Threepenny Review. 

Samba   Doran Larson

Doran Larson’s stories have appeared in Boulevard, The Iowa Review, The Virginia Quarterly, and Best American Short Stories.

Home
Diana Xin

This is Diana Xin’s first publication in a national literary journal.


the last day and a texas state highway 105      
Brian David Cinadr

Brian David Cinadr’s stories have appeared in Zyzzyva, The Big Muddy, The South Dakota Review, and The South Carolina Review.

A Hit on the Pets
Sherril Jaffe
Sherril Jaffe is the author of The Unexamined Wife (Black Sparrow Books, 1983) and Scars Make Your Body More Interesting (Black Sparrow Press, 1975).  Her recent stories have appeared in Epoch, Zyzzyva, and Volt.

 

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Tidal zone deposits display fall colors, Prince William Sound, Alaska.       

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