Issue 11 (Fall 2013): Creative Nonfiction

Midwestern Gothic Issue 11 Fall 2013

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The fall issue of Midwestern Gothic has arrived, and there’s even more reason to be excited than usual. A first for us, Issue 11 exclusively features Creative Nonfiction inspired by the Midwest. Paperback copies and a variety of eBook formats are available. Don’t miss out on this special issue of Midwestern Gothic, featuring work from the following writers:

  • Emilio DeGrazia
  • Tanya Eby
  • Rachael Hanel
  • Amanda Hilles
  • Nathan Jandl
  • Kim Lozano
  • David Mathews
  • Alex Mattingly
  • Lori A. May
  • Micah McCrary
  • Jennifer Murvin
  • Keith Rebec
  • David Wayne Reed
  • John G. Rodwan, Jr.
  • Sara C. Ross
  • Mikaela Shea
  • Richard Terrill
  • Tracy Tucker
  • Michael Van Kerckhove
  • James Vescovi
  • Scott Winter
  • Dave Woehrle

35 Responses to “Issue 11 (Fall 2013): Creative Nonfiction”

  1. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Issue 11 (Fall 2013): Creative Nonfiction is now on sale Says:

    […] The Fall 2013 issue collects work from a diverse bunch of authors and attempts to paint a more robust portrait of the region through truly personal, intimate experiences. Issue 11 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 « Keith Rebec Says:

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  3. MG Issue 11—Creative Nonfiction—is live — Robert James Russell Says:

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  4. Micah McCrary Says:

    Midwestern Gothic‘s all Nonfiction issue, which contains my essay “Green & Gray,” has arrived, and you can order your very own copy here. Enjoy!

  5. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Behind the Cover with David J. Thompson Says:

    […] J. Thompson, whose photo graces the cover of  our Creative Nonfiction issue, Issue 11, was kind enough to chat with us about what lead him to snap this […]

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

    […] Degrazia, who has a piece in Issue 11 (Fall 2013), is currently finishing up work for a McKnight Award, and is completing his term as Poet Laureate […]

  7. Ex Libris Says:

    […] Copies of the journal are available in various e-book formats for $2.99.  If you have your heart set on a print copy you can pick one up from Amazon for $12.99.  Those who are unable to purchase a copy should consider sharing the journal’s page on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to help Michael and David get recognition for their outstanding work. […]

  8. “Dance of the Ring” in Midwestern Gothic | Michael Van Kerckhove Says:

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  9. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Lori A. May Says:

    […] A. May’s piece “Motor City Redux: In Pursuit of the American Dream” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  10. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Micah McCrary Says:

    […] McCrary’s piece “Green & Gray” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  11. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Mikaela Shea Says:

    […] Shea’s piece “Now, I Understand” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  12. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Michael Van Kerckhove Says:

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  13. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: David Wayne Reed Says:

    […] Wayne Reed’s piece “Taking Laps” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  14. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Kim Lozano Says:

    […] Lozano’s piece “Orchard” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  15. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Nathan Jandl Says:

    […] Jandl’s piece “Applause” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  16. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Emilio Degrazia Says:

    […] Degrazia’s piece “Bikini Parades” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  17. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Tanya Eby Says:

    […] Eby’s piece “The Friendship Camp” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  18. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: David Mathews Says:

    […] piece “Sketches of Northwest Side of Chicago Parish Carnivals” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11, out […]

  19. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Becky Mandelbaum Says:

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

    […] Murvin, who had a piece in Midwestern Gothic Issue 11 (Fall 2013)—our Creative Nonfiction issue—has had essays recently published at The Sun and Bellingham […]

  21. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Carson Vaughan Says:

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  22. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Kate Graham Says:

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  23. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Timston Johnston Says:

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  24. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: John McCarthy Says:

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  25. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jessica Fokken Says:

    […] Fokken’s story “Reintegration” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

  26. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Max Vande Vaarst Says:

    […] Vande Vaarst’s story “Sinclair Stein” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

  27. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jennifer M. Dean Says:

    […] M. Dean’s piece “Haboob Coming West” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

  28. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jack Austin Says:

    […] Austin’s story “Advanced Tactical Maneuvers” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

  29. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Stephan Schriver Says:

    […] Schriver’s story “The Pop-and-Smoke” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

  30. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Raul Palma Says:

    […] Palma’s story “Amaranthus” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

  31. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Julie Brooks Barbour Says:

    […] Brooks Barbour’s piece “Repair” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 12, out […]

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

    […] Van Kerckhove, who had work featured in Issue 11 (Fall 2013), recently saw his nonfiction piece “On the Rogue” published at BELT Magazine, which you […]

  33. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Issue 19: Nonfiction is back Says:

    […] Check out our previous nonfiction issue, Issue 11 (Fall 2013). […]

  34. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Nonfiction submissions are open! Says:

    […] Check out our previous nonfiction issues, Issue 19 (Fall 2015), Issue 11 (Fall 2013). […]

  35. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Sunset Dreams Says:

    […] “I always held my breath when we crossed that overpass in the years to come, making our way to my Aunt Peggy and Uncle Bob’s house, imagining how it would feel to have the freeway falling away into the road falling away into the earth falling away into itself, layer after layer like a bizarre Russian Doll, crumbling beneath me until I’m falling, too, deep enough to where everything that’s left is only spinning.” – Jennifer Murvin, “Listen for the Birds,” Midwestern Gothic, Issue 11. […]

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