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Ploughshares Winter 2003-04 Edited by David Daniel and Don Lee [NOOK Book]

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The Winter 2003-04 issue of Ploughshares, edited by David Daniel and Don Lee. Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest-edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.

Edited by award-winning poet David Daniel (Seven-Star Bird) and novelist Don Lee (Yellow, Country of Origin, Every Now and Then) , this issue features new works from Alicia L. Conroy, Jay Leeming, and Brittani...
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Ploughshares Winter 2003-04 Edited by David Daniel and Don Lee

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Overview

The Winter 2003-04 issue of Ploughshares, edited by David Daniel and Don Lee. Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest-edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.

Edited by award-winning poet David Daniel (Seven-Star Bird) and novelist Don Lee (Yellow, Country of Origin, Every Now and Then) , this issue features new works from Alicia L. Conroy, Jay Leeming, and Brittani Sonnenberg. This specially themed Emerging Writers issue presents young, unpublished writers recommended by their published mentors, teachers, and peers. Though not featured in the issue, Daniel observes that the nominators' letters of endorsement "provided a fascinating glimpse of their tastes, their relation to the world of letters, and above all, their passion for unheralded work," a passion similarly found in the works featured in the of issue.

Full Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
David Daniel & Don Lee

FICTION

"What Remains," by Katherine Bell
"Mud-Colored Beauties of the Plains," by Alicia L. Conroy
"Where Beautiful Ladies Dance for You," by Patrick Michael Finn
"Childhood," by Alexai Galaviz-Budziszewski
"The Taste of Penny," by Jeff Parker
"Tierney's Gourmet," by Brittani Sonnenberg
"The Pantyhose Man," by Rebecca Soppe
"The Quarrel," by Kris Vervaecke
"Tuscaloose," by Ted Weesner, Jr.
"Blowing Up on the Spot," by Kevin Wilson

POETRY

Nuar Alsadir
Allison Benis
David Blair
Jaswinder Bolina
Jennifer Boyden
Susan Browne
Darrell Burton
John Casteen
Mark Conway
Rachel DeWoskin
Julie Funderburk
Dobby Gibson
Kathleen Graber
Todd Hearon
James Heflin
Christopher Hennessy
Angie Hogan
Rodney Jack
Tanya Larkin
Jay Leeming
Teresa Leo
Sarah Maclay
Kathryn Maris
Mark M. Martin
Ted Mathys
Jill McDonough
Emily Moore
Michael Morse
Kathy Nilsson
Jeffrey Oethybridge
Stephanie Pippin
Christina Pugh
Sadaf Qureshi
Minal K. Singh
Pireeni Sundaralingam
Pauline Uchmanowich
Alissa Valles
Sharmila Voorakkara
Nicole Walker
Beth Woodcome

POSTSCRIPTS
Zacharis Award Winner Maile Meloy
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148452843
  • Publisher: Ploughshares
  • Publication date: 12/1/2003
  • Series: Ploughshares , #294
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 231
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

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.

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 most recent novel, The Collective, came out last year.
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