Month: December 2020

NDQ at the End of 2020

Usually the end of a year can be bittersweet, but I think that most of us can agree that there is very little sweetness in the passing of 2020. That being said, we continue to be honored by the wide range of contributions that come to NDQ each week and the trust

North Dakota Quarterly 87.3/4 is out!

Bill Caraher | For the last three years, I’ve been editor of North Dakota Quarterly. Needless to say becoming editor has nudged me well beyond my conventional comfort zone. I’ve had to try to wrap my head around not only the intricacies of managing an editorial board and expert genre editors and also develop a

NDQ Books: Maya Poetry and the Great War

The NDQ gang has quietly been experimenting with producing books and have an eye toward a more ambitious and sustained experiment in book publishing next year with their parters at The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota and the University of Nebraska Press. This all began a few years ago

Giving, Getting, and Making NDQ at the Holidays

Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, Whatever Wednesday, Tired Thursday, Frustrated Friday…  If you have an email or social media account, invariably you’ve been bombarded by requests to patronize or donate to any number of businesses, organizations, and causes. We’ve tried to stay pretty quiet and resisted the temptation to send

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