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Readers familiar with NDQ will notice a change in layout in this issue. Graphic Design Intern Dana Schumann “freshened” up […]
As we just barely catch the tail-end of National Poetry Month, we thought it might be a good […]
Joseph Rathgeber is an author, poet, and high school English teacher from New Jersey. His story, “Not Black: […]
William Caraher is an associate professor in the Department of History at the University of North Dakota. His […]
D’Arcy Fallon is the author of “Camp Wonder,” an essay featured in North Dakota Quarterly Volume 80.2. The […]
James Knisely is the author of “Riding the Storm,” an essay featured in North Dakota Quarterly Volume 80.1. The essay […]