Last week’s event at the North Dakota Museum of Art was fantastic with close to 100 people showing up to hear the a selection of poets from the recently published anthology: North Dakota is Everywhere. The poets were hosted by North Dakota Quarterly’s poetry editor, Heidi Czerwiec. Students and the
Fall is here in the Northern Plains. The harvest is over, and many eyes turn to the blue-grey skies looking for the first flurries. If you have time, check out editor Robert Wilkins’ humorous reflections on North Dakota weather in the Autumn 1978 volume’s editor’s notes.
It seems like a perfect day to showcase North Dakota Quarterly’s long tradition of American Poetry. Tomorrow at 7 pm at the North Dakota Museum of Art NDQ will host a group of poets who contributed to an anthology of North Dakota poets titled North Dakota is Everywhere. For more
Hi! My name is Lizzie Andrews and I am a sophomore at the University of North Dakota. I am studying English and hoping to get into publishing once I graduate. I grew up with parents that read to me before I went to bed every night and I believe that
Lizzie Andrews, one of our interns, offers this contribution to the NDQ blog in the lead up to our next issue dedicated to Arts and Sciences. You know the saying “staring into space?” Usually people take it to mean that someone is out of it or not paying attention. Recently,
Mark your calendars! Next Friday, October 23, at 7 pm at the North Dakota Museum of Arts is an amazing opportunity to hear nine poets read their poetry in celebration of Heidi Czerwiec’s new collection of poetry titled: North Dakota Is Everywhere and published by our good friends at the
It’s homecoming here on the lovely campus of the University of North Dakota where North Dakota Quarterly has made its home for over 100 years. It’s appropriate then to celebrate homecoming with a cover image from the university’s past. A few weeks ago, while teaching my large, introductory section of
I’m very happy to announce that we’ve worked with the HathiTrust to release the first 74 volumes of North Dakota Quarterly to the Open Access University under a CC-BY-ND license. You can get access to The Archive, here. I also made this little graphic to celebrate the dropping of The