If you’re anything like me, the end of the year means frantic shopping for friends and loved ones and the search for meaningful gifts. I always look to give gifts that remain special and significant long after the holiday season is over.
This year, however, the gift giving got just a tiny bit easier with North Dakota Quarterly subscriptions being available on line! We are well on our way to producing two fantastic double issues in 2019 ensuring that the gift of NDQ will fill the whole year with great fiction, poetry, and essays.
If a subscription to NDQ, won’t quite fill your stocking, think about adding some exciting recent books from members our editorial board.
- Paul Worley’s translation of inspiring Tsotsil Maya poetry published in collaboration with NDQ: Snichimal Vayuchil.
- Eric Burin’s two edited collections: Picking the President: Understanding the Electoral College embraces the spirited debate about the future and history of the electoral college (published in collaboration with NDQ) and Protesting on Bended Knee: Race, Dissent, and Patriotism in 21st Century America, probes the complex legacy of Colin Kaepernick’s controversial and inspiration protests during the 2016 NFL season.
- Brian Schill’s book, The Year’s Work in the Punk Bookshelf, Or, Lusty Scripts, explores the literary, philosophical, and intellectual foundations of punk rock music. Read an interview with Brian here!
- David Haeselin’s Haunted By Waters: The Future of Memory and the Red River Flood of 1997 brings enlivens the archive to explore the memory and history of the Red River flood of 1997.
- Bill Caraher’s The Bakken: An Archaeology of an Industrial Landscape offers a reflective guide to North Dakota’s Bakken oil patch which contemplating the future of an extractive landscape.
Stay tuned for some great NDQ content over the next few months too!