Issue 10 (Summer 2013)

Midwestern Gothic Issue 10 Summer 2013

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The summer issue of Midwestern Gothic is here! Issue 10 collects fiction and poetry from a diverse bunch of authors and explores what life in the region is all about. Paperback copies and a variety of eBook formats are available. Midwestern Gothic Issue 10 (Summer 2013) features work from the following poets and writers:

  • Frank Bill
  • Kyle Brown
  • Ben Cartwright
  • Joan Colby
  • Brandon Courtney
  • Leesa Cross-Smith
  • Amber Edmondson
  • Doug Elwell
  • Stephanie Frazee
  • Elin Hawkinson
  • Ray Holmes
  • Jane Hoogestraat
  • Nathaniel Lee Hansen
  • Dani Johannesen
  • Jeff Kass
  • Tyler Koshakow
  • Amy Krohn
  • Jen Marshall Lagedrost
  • Michael Lambert
  • Nicholas Mainieri
  • Kara McKeever
  • Kassandra Montag
  • Sarah Fawn Montgomery
  • Katie Darby Mullins
  • Dale Patterson
  • Jean Prokott
  • Suzanne Reeder
  • Gregg Sapp
  • Michael Schmeltzer
  • Jared Yates Sexton
  • Troy Schoultz
  • Brian Short
  • Michael Shou-Yung Shum
  • Shannon Smith
  • Alida Winternheimer
  • Brigit Kelly Young

29 Responses to “Issue 10 (Summer 2013)”

  1. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Issue 10 (Summer) is here Says:

    […] The Summer 2013 issue collects fiction and poetry from a diverse bunch of authors and explores what life in the region is all about. Issue 10 is available in hardcopy ($12) and eBook formats ($2.99), including Kindle, iPad, and PDF. Click here to pick up a copy. […]

  2. Midwestern Gothic Issue 10 (Summer 2013) is live — Robert James Russell Says:

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  3. NEW FAVORITE OLD SONG: The Eels, “Novocaine for the Soul” | Katie Darby Recommends Says:

    […] on a personal note, if you’re in the market for a literary journal, check out Midwestern Gothic– I have a poem, “An Offering,” coming out in Issue […]

  4. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Leesa Cross-Smith Says:

    […] Cross-Smith’s story “Skee Ball, Indiana” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  5. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor News Says:

    […] are so excited for the release of Issue 10 (Summer 2013)—it’s jam-packed full of fantastic pieces perfect for summer reading. In fact, the […]

  6. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor News Says:

    […] Kelly Young, who had work in Issue 10 (Summer 2013), is the spotlight author at the online mag Eclectica for the month of July. In addition, her poem […]

  7. A snippet | Nicholas Mainieri Says:

    […] …from “Old Woman in the Window” (Midwestern Gothic, Summer ’13) […]

  8. The Best Story I Read in a Lit Mag This Week: “The Disappearance of Herman Grimes” by Michael Shou-Yung Shum | Ploughshares Says:

    […] earlier this week, when I cracked open the most recent edition of Midwestern Gothic and cried at “The Disappearance of Herman Grimes” by Michael Shou-Yung […]

  9. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwestern Author Giveaway Winners Says:

    […] Prize: Digital subscription to Midwestern Gothic, a paperback of Issue 10, and an eBook of This Jealous Earth […]

  10. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jared Yates Sexton Says:

    […] Yates Sexton’s story “Need” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  11. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Kassandra Montag Says:

    […] Montag’s story “Bridget” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  12. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Dani Johannesen Says:

    […] Johannesen’s story “No Marigolds” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  13. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Nicholas Mainieri Says:

    […] Mainieri’s story “Old Woman in the Window” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  14. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Brigit Kelly Young Says:

    […] Kelly Young’s story “The Mobile Home That Never Moved” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  15. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: John Jeffire Says:

    […] Jeffire’s pieces “Birth Certificate” and “Angel of Detroit” appear in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  16. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jen Marshall Lagedrost Says:

    […] Marshall Lagedrost’s piece “Regarding the Question of Dandelions” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  17. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Alida Winternheimer Says:

    […] Winternheimer’s story “Creatures” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  18. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Stephanie Frazee Says:

    […] Frazee’s story “Convergence” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  19. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Sarah Fawn Montgomery Says:

    […] Fawn Montgomery’s piece “Leaving Tracks —after Don Gayton” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  20. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Michael Lambert Says:

    […] Lambert’s pieces “Simple Physics” and “Kids” appear in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  21. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Amy Krohn Says:

    […] Krohn’s story “Breaking Through the Fence” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  22. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Michael Schmeltzer Says:

    […] to Hang Herself” and “Before My Parents Discuss Funeral Arrangements” appear in Midwestern Gothic Issue 10, out […]

  23. Beth Goren Says:

    Hi, Midwest Gothic! On this snowy day in Amherst, MA. I am taking the time to sort through some piles. While leafing through the Brooklyn College Magazine,
    there was a reference to Shannon Smith’s last stories (prior to her passing) in the summer, 2013 Issue 10 of Midwest Gothic.

    Would MG kindly email or snail mail (POBox 229 Hadley, MA.01035) a copy of that article?

    Thanks for your response!
    Beth

  24. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor news Says:

    […] Cross-Smith, who had work featured in Issue 10 (Summer 2013), recently saw the publication of her debut collection, Every Kiss A War from Mojave River Press. […]

  25. Action Scenes: Clarity vs. Pacing - wordessential blogwordessential blog Says:

    […] excerpt is from “Creatures,” which appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Summer 2013. Note: this story is multiple POV, though the scene is almost entirely in Norman’s […]

  26. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Airway Says:

    […] “See the girl. Come in out of the cold. Come into the party.” –Nicholas Mainieri, “Old Woman in the Window,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 10 […]

  27. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Barn and Car, near Amble, Michigan Says:

    […] “After more than a year of travel their frames sketched into the truck’s seat like two skeletons from a discerning past with no future.” –Frank Bill, “What Once Was,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 10 […]

  28. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Mom Says:

    […] “As a girl her mom had always said she needed this thing or that. Braces on her legs and teeth. Special classes after school for speech. A new hair-do so a boy might take her out for once.” –Jared Yates Sexton, “Need,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 10 […]

  29. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: For Sale or Trade Says:

    […] “Over the past year they’d took shelter amongst the dilapidated houses within the hollers of shunned vehicles on cinder blocks, where dry-rotted tires hung from limbs and un-raked leaves piled to the shade of bourbon and replaced the grass.” –Frank Bill, “Grasshopper Diptych,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 10. […]

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