Our managing editor Kate Sweney and our digital editor, Bill Caraher, joined the nice folks over at Prairie Public Radio’s Main Street to talk about the most recent volume of NDQ and some changes that we see in the future. Bill Thomas reads one of the poems and we explore
In seeming anticipation of our upcoming issue dedicated to Art and Science, NASA has released a brilliant new rendering of the sun compiled from images collected on 10 different wavelengths by their Solar Dynamics Observatory. The universe is a pretty dramatic place.
Hi! My name is Lizzie Andrews and I am a sophomore at the University of North Dakota. I am studying English and hoping to get into publishing once I graduate. I grew up with parents that read to me before I went to bed every night and I believe that
It was with great sadness that we learned about the death of renown neurologist Oliver Sacks last month. About a decade ago we published a reprint of one of his most famous essays in North Dakota Quarterly. “To See And Not To See” originally appeared in the May 10, 1993 issue of The
Things continue to change here at North Dakota Quarterly! This week, we’re excited to welcome Gilad Elbom as the Quarterly‘s new fiction editor. Gilad Elbom is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, and the University of North Dakota. His
why not provide good literature that can be accessed just as quickly and in a familiar package?
Readers familiar with NDQ will notice a change in layout in this issue. Graphic Design Intern Dana Schumann “freshened” up the page format with two columns, Adobe Garamond Pro typeface, and a cleaner, leaner title-author heading. We likely will make other changes, and we would really like to hear from you about