Now available at select bookstores and directly from our website (aqreview.org), AQR's Winter & Spring 2018 edition reflects racial, social and cultural diversity in prose and poetry. The compelling 13 short stories, 6 personal essays and the poems by 30 poets, are about and/or from Europe, Russia, Latin America, the Middle East, South Asia, and both rural and urban USA. ... See MoreSee Less
Alaska Quarterly Review Winter & Spring 2018 LaunchApril 6, 2018, 7:00pmThe Writer's Block Bookstore & CafeFriday, April 6 @ 7PM Alaska Quarterly Review's Winter & Spring 2018 Launch
Center for the Narrative and Lyric Arts presents WHAT ARE YOU?
Anchorage actress Vivian Kinnaird-Melde reads “What Are You?”, a powerful personal essay by Leesa Cross-Smith on the subject of racism, gender, and the complexities of identity.
The reading is followed by a panel discussion moderated by Loki Tobin with panelists Kristin Hall, Shirley Mae Staten, Rayette Sterling, and Julie Varee.
Alaska Quarterly Review's Winter & Spring 2018 edition has an international emphasis and reflects racial, social, and cultural diversity in prose and poetry. The compelling 13 short stories, 6 personal essays (including "What Are You?”), and the poems by 30 poets are about and/or from Europe, Russia, Latin America, the Middle East, South Asia, and both rural and urban USA. Alaskan authors included in the issue are: Nicole Stellon O'Donnell (featured writer of this year's Alaska Reads program), John Straley (former Alaska State Writer), and Erin Coughlin Hollowell... See MoreSee Less
Michael Mark's poem, "Estelle," (in AQR's current issue) has been selected by former U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser for inclusion in The Poetry Foundation's An American Life in Poetry. Please help us congratulate Michael! ... See MoreSee Less