NDQ 2019 Year in Review

… TAP TAP TAP… is this thing on? Happy New Year? 

We hope that NDQ readers come to the NDQ blog from time to time. Each week we try to publish something new and different. Often it’s a poem, story, or essay from a volume of NDQ. Sometimes it’s an update on the next issue. Other times it’s something unique to the blog for an editor or a contributor.  

It goes without saying that NDQ relies on our outstanding contributors, editors, and subscribers to thrive. Please consider submitting to NDQsubscribing, or downloading our previous volume.  For some content from NDQ 86.1/2, click here, and for content from our most recent issue, 86.3/4, click here.

Here were the most popular posts from 2019. 

The Gay as Pariah” by Sharon Carson (and also check out her essay “Trickle Up Art”)

“In Your Mind You Go to Water” and “Missio Mei” by Kimberly Becker.

Double Helix” by Ronna Wineberg.

Green Scarf” by Judith Ford.

“Lullaby For Bones,” “Saint Pocahontas,” and “Trickster Story” by Jenny L. Davis.

The Rain” by Marcus Amaker.

An Interview with William H. Gass” by Crystal Alberts (also check out her essay “Festscrift”)

Shadow Matter” by J. A. Bernstein

Indians of Alcatraz: 50th Anniversary of the Native American Occupation of Alcatraz (1969-1971)” by Gayatri Devi.

Chronoscope 126: The moon, the closest orbit” by John Walser.

And here are three post that deserve more attention:

“Tourism Theory” and “Theophilus Luatima at the End of the World” by George Fragopoulos.

Paper Man” by Paula Brown.

Clutch” by Clay Matthews.

Oh, and I liked these two poems:

“american idols” and “the last of the polka dots” by Evan Anders.

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