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295.1 Winter Issue 2010

295.1 Winter Issue 2010

295.1 Winter Issue 2010

This year we return to a quarterly schedule with a Winter issue covering January through March. This means we are honoring Black History Month and Women’s History Month (celebrated in February and March in the US) by publishing African American women poets—Monique S. Ferrell, Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, and January Gill O’Neil—as well as work by seventeen other women: illustrators, fiction writers, essayists, and poets. Synecdoche, this time, reviews books by poets published in this issue—O’Neil, C. J. Sage, Floyd Skloot, Peter Cooley—as well as African American poet Allison Joseph. Among this issue’s excellent stories, Lee Ann Roripaugh’s “Jazz Cannibals” explores the combustible intersection of life, art, and the personal, while Eric Anderson’s epistolary fiction is composed of e-mails that highlight loss and the need for human connection. We hope you enjoy the issue. Happy reading!

Art

Cover

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18

25

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Dream [monotype] • Gary Kelley

Untitled [pan and ink / ink wash] • Joanna Barnum

Untitled [pencil] • Li-Ying Bao

Untitled [photographic montage] • Marty Gotera

Untitled [pen and watercolor] • Claire Stigliani

Miscellany

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From the Editors • NAR Staffers Out in the World

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