The Winter 1994-95 issue of Ploughshares, guest-edited by Don Lee & David Daniel. Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest-edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.
Table of Contents
Don Lee David Daniel
"The Oysters," by Wendy Brenner
"So I Guess You Know What I Told Him," by Stephen Dobyns
"The Names of Flowers and Girls," by Elizabeth Gilbert
"Birthmates," by Gish Jen
"Brazil," byJesse Lee Kercheval
"Peaches and Plums," by Sheila Kohler
"The Taxidermist," by G. Travis Regier
"The Off Season," by Joan Wickersham
Alice B. Fogel
H. L. Hix
C. L. Rawlins
Peter Jay Shippy
Don Lee, "Zacharis Award Winner Tony Hoagland"
Don Lee, "Grolier Poetry Bookshop Salute for Louisa Solano"
Wyn Cooper, "All I Wanna Do"
Don Lee is the author of the story collection Yellow (W. W. Norton) and the novels Country of Origin (W. W. Norton) and Wrack and Ruin (W. W. Norton). For many years he was the editor of Ploughshares, and he is now director of the MFA program in creative writing at Temple University. His new novel, Every Now and Then, will appear next year from W. W. Norton.
David Daniel is the author of the book of poems Seven-Star Bird (Graywolf, 2003), which won the Levis Reading Prize from Virginia Commonwealth University. His poems and reviews have appeared in numerous journals, including Agni, Harvard Review, Post Road, and Witness. From 1992 to 2007, he was the poetry editor of Ploughshares. He is now the director of undergraduate creative writing at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he is also a poetry editor for The Literary Review.