AQR - Best Literary Magazine

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AQR presents A VOICE AGAINST THE CULTURE OF RAPE on Friday, October 7 at 7PM in the Anchorage Museum auditorium. A distinguished panel of experts--UAA professor Heather Adams (Ph.D.), UAA professor Lindsey Blumenstein (Ph.D.); Elsie Boudreau (LMSW; President, Arctic Winds Healing Winds); Sarah Davies (M.Ed. Artist; 100 Stone Project); Meg Simonian (J.D; Dillon & Findley PC)--provides insights from scholarly, legal, advocacy, and artistic perspectives following a staged reading of Eliese Goldbach's courageous personal essay, "White Horse," about campus rape and its aftermath. Please join us for this compelling and free event. (aqreview.org/white-horse) ... See MoreSee Less

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ALASKA BOOK WEEK: AQR's Ron Spatz and Alaska Humanities Forum's Megan Zlatos are the MCs for A VOICE AGAINST THE CULTURE OF RAPE (Friday, October 7 at 7PM in the Anchorage Museum auditorium). Special thanks to Alaska Center for the Book, Alaska Humanities Forum, and Center for the Narrative & Lyric Arts for their support. ... See MoreSee Less

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James Allen Hall's AQR essay "Be Destroyed" in Vol 32, No.1 & 2, was named a Notable Essay of the Year in the most recent The Best American Essays 2016. We apologize that we omitted James in our post about AQR essays recognized in The Best American Essays. James's essay will be included in his upcoming collection I Liked You Better Before I Knew You So (Cleveland State University) in early 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

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