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Inside this issue: our featured interview with Willis Barnstone; new poetry from Christopher Buckley, Carol Davis, Robert Evory, Kimberly Grey, Matt Hart, Nellie Hill, and more; fiction from David William Hill, Victor Robert Lee, Frances Lefkowitz, George Looney, and Kim Magowan; nonfiction by Martha Gies and Kim Magowan, and translation of Eunice Odio by Keith Ekiss, Mauricio Espinoza, and Sonia P. Ticas. Cover art is from Amberlee Rosolowich, and the interior art portfolio features Esther Podemski.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 123 Number 3, Summer 2015
Folded Sunsets: At Home and Abroad. Essays by Chris Arthur, Warner Berthoff, Brendan Galvin, George Keithley, Jacqueline Kosolov, Robert Lacy, Richard Tillinghast; fiction by Ernest J. Finney and Nancy Huddleston Packer; poetry by Neal Bowers, Scott Brennan, Debora Greger, Ben Howard, John Kinsella, Floyd Skloot, and O. Alan Weltzien; reviews by Kevin Gardner and other hands.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 50, August 2015 online
Our 50th issue! Poetry by Hala Alyan, Daniel Tobin, Marianne Boruch, Nicolae Coande, Eric Pankey, Arthur Vogelsang, Dale Young, Steve Kronen, Sarah Estes, Teresa Cader, Kate Daniels, John Skoyles, and William Trowbridge. This month’s Featured Selection features Native American poetry, selected by and with an introduction from Allison Adelle Hedge Coke.
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The Monsters issue includes new fiction from Lincoln Michel, Bennett Sims, and Genevieve Valentine; an excerpt from Blake Butler’s monstrous new novel, 300,000,000; essays from Kastalia Medrano, Corrine Lee, Alice Dreger, Stephen T. Asma, Theodora Goss, and Ryan Britt; interviews with artist Wayne White and bioethicist Alice Dreger; poetry from Susan Slaviero and Ruth Foley; a portfolio of hybrid verse guest-edited by Allison Campbell and featuring new work from Timothy Liu, Bianca Stone, Cole Swenson, and many others; and the first installment of our new feature, Raw Materials, an inside look at a story as it’s being created. The Contemporary Classic Reprint this issue is fiction from Dorothy Tse.
Up the Staircase Quarterly proudly presents our Prairie Mountain issue. All of the poetry and art contributors in issue #30 live in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Minnesota, and Idaho. Read an interview with South Dakota Poet Laureate, Lee Ann Roripaugh, listen to Montana folk artist Oshinn's music, and view poetry and art from Meggie Royer, Philip Schaefer, Tami Haaland, Ginger Ko, Sara Henning, Susan Solomon, Rob Neuteboom, Barbara Duffey, Saara Myrene Raappana, and more!
In this issue, we have exclusive interviews from Gayle Lynds, Todd Moss, Shane Gericke, Sean Chercover, and Sandra Campbell. D.P. Lyle is back with another great forensic article talking about Poison and he is doubling up with the ITW Reader's Corner. Special excerpts from Andrew Peterson and Paul Levine. Across the Pond features Susan Wilkins. Lynne Constantine helps you with your social media presence and Anthony Franze talks about the rules of fiction with author Steven James.
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Canada’s king of Science Fiction, Hugo and Nebula award winner Robert J Sawyer ventures into the realm of gothic fantasy with “Fallen Angel.” Feel the summer sun scorch you from an alien world in Marta Salek’s “It was Summer When He Left.” Cover by JJ Lee!
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Poems by Jo McDougall
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We’ve got new work for you: John Haggerty’s “Skate Pool.”
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This issue includes translations of Romanian poet Daniel Bănulescu, as well as work from Lisa Ampleman, Gabriel Welsch, Vincent Reusch, Sally Houtman, Amy Collini, Patrick Mainelli, and many others. We’re also happy to feature local Seattle writers, August Evans and Douglas Cole, and cover artist, David Mecklenburg.
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