The internet allows us to be in contact with loved ones from far away, to be able to hear and see them from the other side of the world. But it also allows us to create scenarios in our head about how lonely or unloved or uninteresting we are.
Announcing the release of MQR 59:3 Cover Art courtesy of Abdelgader Bader Table of Contents Fiction Sheldon Costa: Wolf Miguel Gomes, translated by Charles LeBel: Story That Kills You Glen Hirshberg: Over Lance Larsen: Nothing as Dirty as a Richard Nixon Hand Lorraine M. López:
E. KRISTIN ANDERSON is a poet and glitter enthusiast living mostly at a Starbucks somewhere in Austin, Texas. She is the author of nine chapbooks, including Behind, All You’ve Got; 17 seventeen XVII; We’re Doing Witchcraft; Fire in the Sky; and Pray, Pray, Pray: Poems
Issue 1: Becoming (Ed. Elinam Agbo) is available now. Read a selection from Elinam Agbo’s introduction below, and read the full issue here. Dear Reader, At the end of every academic year, the staff of Michigan Quarterly Review gathers over pizza to chat and to
Black Lives Matter. The staff of MQR has chosen to give $500 to the Detroit Justice Center & $500 to the Detroit and MI chapter of the National Lawyers Guild as an expression of support for people in our community struggling to combat police brutality