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The Internal Truths of Writing: An Interview with Chace Morris/Mic Write

MQR’s Online Series, “Celebrating Writers in Our Community,” is inspired by our current, special-themed issue, “Why We Write.” The series of interviews celebrates the diversity of Southeast Michigan writers, their talents, their motivations for writing, and their significance to our community.  Chace Morris (aka Mic Write) is a poet/emcee/educator/ & lifelong Detroiter.  He is a …

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Black Box

“Black Box” is from MQR’s Fall 2021 Issue. You can purchase the issue here. Black Boxnoun Aviation: a small machine that records information about an aircraft during flight, used to discover the cause of an accident. (1) Military science: also known as the “nuclear football,” “the button,” “the emergency satchel,” a black leather briefcase containing …

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Why We Write: A Virtual Reading

To celebrate the launch of our special issue, “Why We Write,” we asked six contributors to share videos introducing and reading from their work featured in the issue. Purchase the Fall 2021 issue here to read more from these and other authors.

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