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Ploughshares Fall 1985

Ploughshares Fall 1985

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Published by Ploughshares Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthologies (multiple authors),
  • Poetry

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJames Alan McPherson (Editor), Dewitt Henry (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11484033M
    ISBN 100933277792
    ISBN 109780933277793

    Order for King's new book can be placed through Codhill Press Kreig's first book Invasives was a finalist for the ASLE Book Award in Enviornmental Creative Writing. Kreig's poem "Echolocation" appears in our Fall No. 4 issue (Cartography with a Twist). April. Purchase. Rumpus, Febru Writer’s Chronicle, Fall SLAM Magazine, Decem Hayden Ferry Review, Fall Architectures of Possibility, Spring Fugue, Spring National, Ap New Statesman, Ma Rumpus, Febru Zisk, Fall Wag’s Revue, July Wired, J “David Shields in Conversation with Sarah Manguso. Ploughshares is a literary journal published by Emerson College in Boston. Showcasing high-quality fiction, poetry and non-fiction, the iconic triannual is an extremely competitive market, receiving over one thousand submissions a month.


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