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AQR Winter & Spring 2017 edition launch: 7PM Friday, February 24 at Great Harvest Bread Co. Anchorage, AK co-sponsored by the Alaska Humanities Forum, 49 Writers and the Center for the Narrative & Lyric Arts. The program includes Mary Odden reading her featured essay, "March," that asks us to consider "How do we in live in the natural world with intention and integrity?" Odden is a 2015 Rasmuson Foundation project grant winner and her essays have appeared in The Georgia Review, Northwest Review, Nimrod, and a collection of her essays, Mostly Water: Rural and North, is forthcoming from Red Hen Press in 2019. ( ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to poets Judith Skillman (AQR Vol. 33 1-2) and Richard Schiffman (AQR Vol. 28 1-2). Both have new collections out in early February: Skillman "KAFKA's SHADOW (Deerbrook Editions) and Schiffman -- his debut collection -- WHAT THE DUST DOESN’T KNOW (Salmon Poetry). ... See MoreSee Less

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