The Journal – Michigan Quarterly Review

Michigan Quarterly Review is an interdisciplinary and international literary journal, combining distinctive voices in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, as well as works in translation.

Current Issue | 62.2

Announcing the release of MQR 62.2: “SomaFlights,” a special issue guest edited by Vidhu Aggarwal and Petra Kuppers. Featuring fiction by Dominica Phetteplace and Tim Jones-Yelvington; nonfiction by Teresa Carmody and Megan Milks; poetry by Alexis Pauline Gumbs and CAConrad; visual art by Bishakh Som and Yvonne Meier—plus much more!

SomaFlights Online Folio

Accompanying the Spring 2023 special issue is an online-exclusive special folio featuring work by Will Alexander, Ashwini Bhasi, Charli Brissey, Gabrielle Civil, Ava Hofmann, Dona Mayoora, Kym McDaniel, Derek McPhatter, Raisa Tolchinsky, Ronaldo V. Wilson, and Terry Witek—explore below!

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