Issue 13 (Spring 2014)

Midwestern Gothic Issue 13 Spring 2014

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The spring issue of Midwestern Gothic is here! Thaw out and discover new and established voices with some of the region’s finest fiction and poetry inspired by the Midwest. Paperback copies and a variety of eBook formats are available. The latest issue of Midwestern Gothic features work from the following writers:

  • Michelle Collins Anderson
  • Chloe Krug Benjamin
  • Katie Booms
  • Bonnie Jo Campbell
  • Laura Citino
  • Scott Daughtridge
  • Michael Don
  • Cathryn Essinger
  • Jennifer Finstrom
  • Zac Fishel
  • Casey Francis
  • Jacob Gajuardo
  • Sean Richard Higgins
  • Marianna Hofer
  • Gail Jeidy
  • Amanda Kabak
  • Matthew Landrum
  • Sara Leavens
  • Forest Lewis
  • Mark Magoon
  • David Mathews
  • Adam Michaud
  • Cindy Hunter Morgan
  • Casey Pycior
  • Stacy Post
  • Adina Schoem
  • Carrie Shipers
  • Claire Tinguely
  • Debbie Urbanski
  • Charles Joseph Valentine
  • Rocco Versaci
  • John Woods
  • Matt Young

21 Responses to “Issue 13 (Spring 2014)”

  1. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Issue 13 is here! Says:

    […] The Spring 2014 issue features a diverse group of poets and writers, collecting fiction and poetry from around the region. Issue 13 is available in hardcopy ($12) and eBook formats ($2.99), including Kindle, iPad, Nook, and PDF. Click here to pick up a copy. […]

  2. MG Issue 13 (Spring 2014) — Robert James Russell Says:

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  3. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Sara Leavens Says:

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  4. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jennifer Finstrom Says:

    […] about my First Apartment and How I Memorized a Soliloquy from Othello There” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  5. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Rocco Versaci Says:

    […] Versaci’s story “Not in Kansas Anymore” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  6. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Laura Citino Says:

    […] Citino’s story “Drills” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  7. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Matt Young Says:

    […] Young’s piece “Midwest Mountains” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  8. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jacob Guajardo Says:

    […] Guajardo’s story “The Geese That Stayed North” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  9. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Cindy Hunter Morgan Says:

    […] Hunter Morgan’s piece “Henry Steinbrenner, 1909″ appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  10. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Casey Pycior Says:

    […] Pycior’s story “Through the Gears” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  11. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Amanda Kabak Says:

    […] Kabak’s story “The Mathematics of Change” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  12. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Zach Fishel Says:

    […] Fishel’s piece “Going Away” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  13. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Sean Richard Higgins Says:

    […] Richard Higgins’ story “For the Take” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  14. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: John Woods Says:

    […] Woods’ story “Sulfur Springs” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  15. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Gail Jeidy Says:

    […] Jeidy’s story “Mozart and Magnolias” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  16. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Matthew Landrum Says:

    […] Landrum’s piece “Dog Days” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 13, out […]

  17. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Asphaltum Says:

    […] “I need a map that has yet to be drawn, one that will chart for me the peaks and valleys over which I’ve been riding, one that will help me decipher and untangle the roads that crisscross like arteries over the heart of the heart of this country.” –Rocco Versaci, “Not in Kansas Anymore,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 13 […]

  18. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Stanley, Wisconsin Says:

    […] “Invisible flames curled around him like a late summer heat that wilted flowers, singed grasses, and cracked bare earth.” –Bonnie Jo Campbell, “The Perfect Lawn,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 13. […]

  19. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Walk Out to Winter (Chicago) Says:

    […] “He asked if she would remember how the sunset was its own explosion out here.” –Zach Fishel, “Going Away,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 13. […]

  20. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: The Great Iron Ox Says:

    […] “In a field where an elephant once stood a tractor turns over the same dirt year after year stroking limestone instead of lost Buddha beads.” –Stacey Post, “Down by the River,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 13. […]

  21. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Fisherdog Says:

    […] “Waking at dawn, he was ready to give meaning to simple gestures.” –Claire Tinguely, “Gift,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 13. […]

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