Month: October 2018

North Dakota Quarterly Congratulates….

North Dakota Quarterly congratulates editorial board member Eric Burin for his new edited volume, Protesting on Bended Knee: Race, Dissent, and Patriotism in 21st Century America which also featured a contribution from NDQ editor Sharon Carson. The book considers Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling protests in their historical, political, social, racial, and ethical contexts

Davida Font and NDQ

One of the most enduring and perhaps endearing characteristics of North Dakota Quarterly has been its use of Davida font in its iconic logo “NDQ”:     The fonts used on the NDQ title page and masthead have not changed frequently. The first series of the journal used an attractive old style serifed

The Dog Park at the End of the Universe

Over the last few months, I’ve been contributing some short essays on small town life from North Dakota Quarterly’s back yard in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Here’s one, In Praise of Trucks, and another, Alone Together in a Small Town, and another, Bump outs, Logistics, and Citizenship in a Small Town. I pretend that

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