Issue 19 (Fall 2015)

Midwestern Gothic Issue 19 Fall 2015


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The fall issue of Midwestern Gothic is all nonfiction, with essays and creative nonfiction inspired by the Midwest. Explore urban and rural, fractured settings and nostalgic memories in new work from some of the region’s best voices. Paperback copies and a variety of eBook formats are available. The latest issue features work from the following writers:

  • Deborah Burand
  • Matthew Byrd
  • Anna Clark
  • Emily Corwin
  • Bill Derks
  • Dain Edward
  • Melissa Faliveno
  • Matthew Gavin Frank
  • Matt Helm
  • Maria Hlohowskyj
  • Arlene Lecours
  • Cathy Mellett
  • Reneé K. Nicholson
  • Ira Sukrungruang
  • Kaitlyn Teer
  • Paige Towers
  • Lori Tucker-Sullivan
  • Michael Van Kerckhove
  • Rocco Versaci
  • Theodore Wesenberg
  • Jan Worth-Nelson
  • Margaret Yapp

18 Responses to “Issue 19 (Fall 2015)”

  1. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Issue 19 is here! Says:

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  2. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Renee K. Nicholson Says:

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  3. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight (Issue 19): Matthew Byrd Says:

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  6. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight (Issue 19): Holly Taylor Says:

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  7. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » 2015 Award Nominations Says:

    […] Pushcart Prize Nominees Detroit, 2015 (Essay) by Lori Tucker-Sullivan Gen-Mods (Fiction) by Brian Pals Shadow (Fiction) by Nikki Kallio Patsy Sings for Me (Fiction) by […]

  8. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Deborah Burand Says:

    […] Burand’s nonfiction piece “Elephant Summer” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 19, out […]

  9. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Theodore Wesenberg Says:

    […] nonfiction piece “Deer Hunter” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 19, out […]

  10. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Emily Corwin Says:

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  11. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Melissa Faliveno Says:

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

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  13. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Cathy Mellett Says:

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  14. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Bill Derks Says:

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  15. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Lori Tucker-Sullivan Says:

    […] Tucker-Sullivan’s nonfiction piece “Detroit, 2015” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 19, out […]

  16. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Red, White and Blue Says:

    […] “Like many buildings in Detroit it had been deserted, left to rot, taking with it a storied history as part of the Arsenal of Democracy.” –Lori Tucker-Sullivan, “Detroit, 2015,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 19. […]

  17. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: South Street Dairy Queen Says:

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  18. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Margaret Yapp Says:

    […] Yapp’s nonfiction piece “Goddamn It, Take Care of Each Other” appears in Midwestern Gothic Issue 19, out […]

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