This year marks the 25 anniversary of the Red River flood that inundated Grand Forks, North Dakota and surrounding communities. It is a painful memory for many who lived through it. The recent rains and snow have made these memories a bit more painful as they have once again pushed the Red
Just a short post today to announce that NDQ 89.1/2 is off to the printers. This is a great time to subscribe if you like what we do here on this blog. Or to check out some of the content scheduled to appear in issue 89.1/2 that we’ve already shared.
Despite the 15 inches of snow outside the window and temperatures that are stalled near freezing, it is officially spring and the baseball season has begun. Those of us who observe the start of baseball season (and I credit our poetry editor Paul Worley for reviving my interest in the game many
One of the surest signs that an issue is almost ready is when we have a cover. You can check out more from this issue here. This issue’s cover is particular special because it features a print of a graphite pencil drawing by David F. Routon. Routon is the late father