One of our great fears when North Dakota Quarterly went on brief sabbatical was that our contributors would forsake us and we’d lack for submissions. Happily, this was not the case, and our friends and supporters flocked to our new online submission platform and filled our queues with the good,
We’re getting closer and closer to NDQ 85 being ready. I will send back the final edits to our partners at University of Nebraska Press this morning and finalize the cover design. I think we’re far enough along now, though, to give our readers a sneak peak of the cover.
It’s been about three months since The Digital Press published NDQ editorial board member’s Eric Burin’s edited volume, Protesting on Bended Knee: Race, Dissent, and Patriotism in 21st Century America. For most books three months is barely out of the gate, but in the rapidly changing political landscape surrounding the Colin Kaepernick protests
I’ve received a number of emails lately from contributors and from fans of the Quarterly asking about volume 85 (2018). The official answer from the editor’s desk is… “it’s getting there!” The entire volume is in production at our new publishing partner, the University of Nebraska Press. Here’s a sneak peek
On January 1st, the public domain saw the first large-scale infusion of works since 1998. Any work published before 1924, now is in the U.S. public domain. This is an almost unprecedented catalogue of books, journals, films, and music has entered the public realm. This means that these works have been freed from almost all restrictions on
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. SUBSCRIBE TO NDQ FOR THE HOLIDAYS! This year,