We are delighted to announce this year’s winners of the The Laurence Goldstein Prize, The Page Davidson Clayton Prize For Emerging Poets, and The Lawrence Prize, which are given annually to poets and fiction writers featured in Michigan Quarterly Review. This year’s prizes were judged
The Spring 2020 issue of MQR, Not One Without: A Special Issue on Water (ed. Anna Clark), is out today.
“Emit and Edit,” by Heather McHugh, appeared as the Introduction to MQR 57:4, a special issue dedicated to caregiving. McHugh served as the issue’s guest editor. My heart and hand are oftener at odds than I’d expect. Honored to be asked to serve as guest editor
AYA OSUGA A. was born in Japan and raised in Los Angeles. She received a degree in computer science from Yale University, where she also had the privilege of studying under influential novelists. Her first publication appeared in McSweeney’s. She left a career in banking
During this time we have made PDF copies of all our issues $4, including our special issues on Iran, Europe, and Caregiving.
MQR is pleased to announce to the winners of our 2019 Prizes: The Goldstein Poetry Prize: Selected by Linda Gregerson Carolyn Oliver’s “Reading Szymborska Under a Harvest Moon” Among a richly varied group of finalists, “Reading Szymborska under a Harvest Moon” stood out for its