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
We are now open for general submissions and submissions for our special issue reflecting on the 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Submissions for the Print Journal: Regular submissions for the print journal are accepted from January 15 to April 15, and
MQR is excited to welcome Gina Balibrera to our team as our online editor. Gina Balibrera is a graduate of University of Michigan’s Helen Zell MFA program in Prose, and she is Creative Programs Manager at Literati Bookstore. Formerly a Fiction Editor for The Offing,
#GivingBlueDay is November 27, and this year Michigan Quarterly Review is going all in for your support in sustaining and growing the literary arts at Michigan.
Among the writers we’ve assembled here you’ll find redemptive rhetorics of weather, decipherable stars, children who don’t speak for years, parents who can speak no longer, people calling people animals, signs of disappearance, a word that’s given, then is folded like a map to secret places, some “small speakings,” and several foreign languages.