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Alaska Quarterly Review, PEN America, New England Review, and Poetry.
Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, the Beloit Poetry Journal and others.
York Quarterly, 5 AM, Alaska Quarterly Review, Poetry East, Poet Lore,
Sarah Cornwell's stories have appeared in the 2013 Pushcart Prize anthology, Missouri Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Mid-American Review, Gulf Coast, and other magazines.
Her poems have appeared in numerous journals, including, Alaska Quarterly Review, American Letters & Commentary, BOMB, Del Sol Review, Florida Review, Harpur Palate, Le Zaporogue, The Journal, North American Review, Thrush Poetry Journal, The Toronto Quarterly, and Verse Daily, among many others.
A former Stegner Fellow in Fiction, she has published stories in Alaska Quarterly Review, Epoch, Salamander, and Seventeen and edited Montana Women Writers: A Geography of the Heart.
appeared or are upcoming in Alaska Quarterly Review, Poetry East, the
FORMER Steinbeck Fellow at San Jose State University, Charles McLeod, has had fiction published in the Alaska Quarterly Review among other publications, and his debut novel American Weather is a satirical stab at the country's corpulent commercialism.
Modrack is editor of two weekly newspapers, and her short stories have been published in Seventeen, Sassy, and the Alaska Quarterly Review.
Auto Mechanic's Daughter is an anthology of free-verse poetry by published poet Karen Harryman, whose work has appeared in "Alaska Quarterly Review", "Los Angeles Review", "Poetry New Zealand", and "Cortland Review", among other places.
"One of the nation's best literary magazines," declares Alaska Quarterly Review regarding itself.
He is also the author of Oh's Profit (Morrow), and has published stories in Kansas Quarterly Brooklyn Review, Sonora Review, Folio, Crescent Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, Denver Quarterly, and other journals.
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