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Gold Man Review Issue 1 is a collection of color photography, poetry, interviews, short fiction, and nonfiction from authors, poets, and artists out of Salem and the Greater Salem, Oregon areas. Some of the work in Issue 1 includes: An interview and the creative nonfiction of award-winning author Naseem Rakha of "The Crying Tree" (Broadway Books, 2007). Naseem's stories have been heard on NPR's "All Things Considered," "Morning Edition," "Marketplace Radio," "Christian Science Monitor," and "Living on Earth." The poetry and creative photography of Nyla Alisia, who is the founder and host of three international poetry radio shows, The SpeakEasy Café, The Inkwell, and Re-verse. The creative nonfiction of Lois Rosen, author of "Pigeons" (Traprock Books, 2004) and who has had work published in several journals including "Calyx," "Alimentum," "Many Mountains Moving," "Northwest Review," "Hubbub," "Willow Springs," and "Raven Chronicles." The poetry of Brigitte R.C. Goetze, whose work can also be found in "Oregon Humanities," "Quiet Mountain Essays," "Thresholds," "Outwardlink," "Four and Twenty," "Poets for Living Waters," "Calyx," "Women Artists Datebook 2011," and "Mused." Issue I also debuts several new voices, such as the creative nonfiction of Joe Donovan ("Nonfiction Love") and Bethany Williams ("Water Soluble") and the short fiction of Isaiah Swan ("Negative Space") and Mark Russell Reed ("One Day at Antietam" and "Two Prophets").

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615549354
Publisher: Gold Man Review
Publication date: 10/26/2011
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.35(d)
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