Hello AQR Supporter, COVID-19 and Alaska's budget deficit have forced the cut of Alaska Quarterly Review /AQR's funding at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Nonetheless, we have new editions in production and planning stages, and with the help of dedicated volunteers, prudent financial planning, and generous donors, we intend to stay true to our nearly [...]
Listen to a reading of Leesa Cross-Smith’s personal essay “What Are You?”.
It took Alaska Quarterly Review (AQR) 37 years to reach this 35th season. If that math seems strange, we’re counting the time between the founding in 1980 and the first published edition in 1982. Nonetheless, the irrevocable passage of time has brought us to this moment that may be no different from any other. But [...]
Read Mary Odden’s featured essay from Vol. 33, 3&4.
AQR presented A VOICE AGAINST THE CULTURE OF RAPE on Friday, October 7 at 7PM in the Anchorage Museum auditorium. The evening featured Anchorage-based actress Sarah Baird reading Eliese Goldbach’s courageous personal essay, “White Horse,” about campus rape and its aftermath. The reading was followed by a panel discussion. Listen to the reading and the [...]
View the collaboration between Peggy Shumaker and Kesler Woodward published in Alaska Quarterly Review (2005)
Read Eliese Colette Goldbach’s featured essay from Vol. 33, 1&2.
Vol 29, No. 1 & 2, Spring & Summer 2012 The Spring & Summer 2012 edition is the first of two 30th anniversary issues. In it you will find the compelling new work of 5 fiction writers and 22 poets. You will also find the special feature, "Liberty and Justice (For All): A Global Photo Mosaic" [...]