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Alaska Quarterly Review

Volume 23, No. 3 & 4

Fall & Winter 2006


Tell Me Again Who Are You?
Heather Sellers
Heather Sellers is completing a book of creative nonfiction titled Face First which includes "Tell Me Again Who You Are." She is the author of the short story collection, Georgia Underwater (Sarabande Books, 2001). This is her second appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.
Draft Notice J. Malcolm Garcia
J. Malcolm Garcia has been published in The Virginia Quarterly, Missouri Review and Ascent Magazine among other publications. His essays have received "notable mention" in the annual anthologies The Best American Essays and The Best American Travel Writing.
Anne Panning
Anne Panning's creative nonfiction and short stories have appeared in the Bellingham Review, Prairie Schooner, New Letters, and Black Warrior Review. She is the author of the short story collection, The Price of Eggs (Coffeehouse Press, 1992).
Enough Nancy Lord
Nancy Lord is a frequent contributor to Alaska Quarterly Review. She is the author of three books of creative nonfiction, Fishcamp, Green Alaska, and most recently, Beluga Days: Tracking a White Whale's Truths (Counterpoint Press, 2004).
Dead Boyfriends
Karen Brown
Karen Brown's short stories have appeared in TheGeorgia Review, Epoch, StoryQuarterly, The Graywolf Annual, AmericanFiction: The Best Unpublished Stories by Emerging Writers, and The O. Henry Prize Stories, 2006.
The Chinese Boy Ann Stapleton
Ann Stepleton is a freelance writer in Logan, Ohio. This is her second appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.
Children's Games

Ranbir Sidhu

Ranbir Sidhu is a recipient of a Pushcart Prize in fiction and his work has appeared in The Georgia Review, The Missouri Review, Zyzzyva, Other Voices, and a Houghton-Mifflin college reader.
Glass Box, 1956

Tracy Winn

Tracy Winn has published stories in Calyx, Western Humanities Review, New Orleans Review, and Hayden's Ferry Review. This is her second appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.

Our Cups Are Bottomless

Peter Selgin
Peter Selgin's short stories have appeared in Glimmer Train, Missouri Review, Antietam Review, The Literary Review, and The Sun. His children's book, S.S. Gigantic Across the Atlantic (Simon & Schuster, 1999), was a Scholastic Book Club selection and won the Lemme Award for best children's book, 2000.
Ride the Comet

Vincent Reusch

VincentReusch is a doctoral candidate at Western Michigan University. This ishis first published story in a national literary journal.

Unca Steven Schutzman

Steven Schutzman has published stories and plays in TriQuarterly, Post Road, Poems & Plays, Cafe Irreal and one of his stories was selected for inclusion in the Pushcart Prize anthology. This is his third appearance in Alaska Quarterly Review.

Of Like Mind:
   New and Selected Poems
Albert Goldbarth
AlbertGoldbarth is Distinguished Professor of Humanities at Wichita StateUniversity. He is the author of more than twenty collections of poetry,including Heaven and Earth: A Cosmology, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award, and Heaven and Popular Culture,winner of the Ohio State University /The Journal Award. His books ofcreative essays (or, as he prefers to call them, belle letters)include: Many Circles: New and Selected Essays, A Sympathy of Souls, Great Topics of the World, and Dark Waves and Light Matter. He is also the author of a novel, Pieces of Payne(Graywolf). Goldbarth's other honors include a second National BookCritics Circle Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the P.E.N. West Award,and three NEA Fellowships. In spring 2007 Graywolf Press will publish The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems 1972-2007. Joyce Carol Oates has described Albert Goldbarth as "a dazzling virtuoso who can break your heart."
The Voices

Poem Beginning with a Quote from Keith Laumer's Galactic Odyssey and Ending with a Quote from Mika Waltari's The Egyptian

A World Above Suffering



Entire Lives

Real Speeches

The Compasses

The Amounts


Little, Big

Bungle: A Survey


The Book of Speedy

I'm Nobody, Who Are You? Are You Nobody Too?


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Hoarfrost collects on the surface of Canoe Lake, near Palmer, Alaska. Hoarfrost forms when ice crystals grow as water vapor freezes to a cold surface.
©2006 Marc Lester

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