Ploughshares Spring 2010 Guest-Edited by Elizabeth Strout [NOOK Book]

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The Spring 2010 issue of Ploughshares, guest-edited by Elizabeth Strout. This issue of Ploughshares features fiction by Richard Bausch, Lisa Cupolo, Mary Gordon, Amy Hempel, Carol Keeley, Marjorie Kemper, Scott Nadelson, Joyce Carol ...
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Ploughshares Spring 2010 Guest-Edited by Elizabeth Strout

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Overview

The Spring 2010 issue of Ploughshares, guest-edited by Elizabeth Strout. This issue of Ploughshares features fiction by Richard Bausch, Lisa Cupolo, Mary Gordon, Amy Hempel, Carol Keeley, Marjorie Kemper, Scott Nadelson, Joyce Carol Oates, E. V. Slate, and Kathryn Staley as well as poetry by Amy Beeder, Dan Bellm, Justin Bigos, and others. The volume also includes a profile of Strout, an introduction by Strout, as well as book reviews and more.

Table of Contents:
INTRODUCTION
Elizabeth Strout

FICTION
Richard Bausch, "We Belong Together"
Lisa Cupolo, "Long Division"
Mary Gordon, "Ars Longa"
Amy Hempel, "Greed"
Carol Keeley, "Cremains"
Marjorie Kemper, "A Memo from Your Temp"
Scott Nadelson, "Dolph Schayes's Broken Arm"
Joyce Carol Oates, "Distance"
E. V. Slate, "The Sailor"
Kathryn Staley, "Marty"

POETRY by
Amy Beeder
Dan Bellm
Justin Bigos
Paula Bohince
Cathy Smith Bowers
Ha Kiet Chau
Bruce Cohen
Michael Collier
Carol V. Davis
Jehanne Dubrow
Robert Farnsworth
Stephen Gibson
Doreen Gildroy
Mary Gordon
Bob Hicok
Edward Hirsch
David Kirby
Mark Kraushaar
Dana Levin
Bridget Lowe
Jynne Dilling Martin
Michael Milburn
James Thomas Miller
Roger Mitchell
Honor Moore
Amy Newman
D. Nurkse
Rebecca Okrent
Linda Pastan
Beth Woodcome Platow
Katha Pollitt
Chelsea Rathburn
Eric Rawson
Jay Rogoff
Nicholas Samaras
Austin Segrest
Alan Shapiro
Faith Shearin
Charlie Smith
Jeffrey Thomson

ABOUT ELIZABETH STROUT
A Profile by Ladette Randolph

MISC.
Antonya Nelson
Avocation: A Plan B Essay

BOOKSHELF
Akshay Ahuja reviews "The Geometry of God," by Uzma Aslam Khan
Fady Joudah reviews "Restoration: Poems," by Christina Pugh
Michael Morse reviews "The Art of Syntax: Rhythm of Thought, Rhythm of Song," by Ellen Bryant Voigt
Laura van den Berg reviews "All That Work and Still No Boys," Kathryn Ma
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014005791
  • Publisher: Ploughshares
  • Publication date: 4/1/2010
  • Series: Ploughshares , #361
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 201
  • Sales rank: 969,737
  • File size: 849 KB

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Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest-edited serially by prominent writers who explore different and personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.
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