Month: April 2023

Essay by Lea Page: Previous History

There’s something springlike in Lea Page’s essay in the current issue of North Dakota Quarterly: “Previous History.” It offers a view of the agrarian landscape that is as full of life as it is contradictions, frustrations, false-starts, and flickers of hope. I hope you see in it the same smell

An Issue by its cover!

To celebrate the official news that NDQ 90.1/2 has gone to the printer, I’m excited to share with you the cover of the issue. It features a photograph by editorial board member and longtime NDQ contributor Richard Rothaus. It’s a good reminder as we head into spring!

Snow Days (feat. Grant McMillan)

As we dig out of what we hope to be the last blizzard of year, I thought I’d share a photo by Grant McMillan which seemed appropriate.  Readers of NDQ might recognize Grant’s photography from the cover of NDQ 89.3/4. Here’s a link to his essay from that issue. Check

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