Issue 20 (Winter 2016)

Midwestern Gothic Issue 20 Winter 2016

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The winter issue of Midwestern Gothic is here! Issue 20 features the winners and finalists of the 2nd annual Lake Prize for fiction and poetry. Get an early start on your 2016 reading list and discover new Midwestern writers and poets.
Read about all of the 2015 Lake Prize Fiction finalists.
Read about all of the 2015 Lake Prize Poetry finalists.The latest issue features work from the following writers:

  • Kenzie Allen
  • Erin Bealmear
  • Brian Beatty
  • Bethany Bowman
  • K Chess
  • Chloe N. Clark
  • Brian Clifton
  • Drew Coles
  • R.M. Cooper
  • RS Deeren
  • Marnie Bullock Dresser
  • Brad Felver
  • Erin Fortenberry
  • Katie Hartsock
  • Lisa Higgs
  • Jeannette Hinkle
  • Joseph Johnston
  • Mark Madigan
  • Sandra Marchetti
  • Kevin McIntosh
  • Hadley Moore
  • Jay Newman
  • Caitlin Palmer
  • Mike Salisbury
  • Terry Savoie
  • Timothy Scott
  • Chloe Seim
  • Marc J. Sheehan
  • Z.G. Tomaszewski
  • Jessica L. Walsh

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  1. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Issue 20 (Winter 2016) is here! Says:

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  2. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Beyond the Lake Prize: “Nostalgia for the Chevy Monza” by Marc J. Sheehan Says:

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  5. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: RS Dereen Says:

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  6. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Brad Felver Says:

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  7. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Z.G. Tomaszewski Says:

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  8. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Sandra Marchetti Says:

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  9. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Jessica L. Walsh Says:

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  10. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Katie Hartsock Says:

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  11. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Chloe Clark Says:

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  12. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Kevin McIntosh Says:

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  13. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Contributor Spotlight: Joseph Johnston Says:

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  14. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Yellow Springs Says:

    […] “It’s horrible asking you to keep a secret, which is pretty much the same as lying. How is it not the same thing?” –Marnie Bullock Dresser, “He’s Probably Talking Too Much for This Date to End Well,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 20 […]

  15. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Electric Crucifix at Sunset Says:

    […] “The sun was out and the precipitation boiled and the heat felt like July because the humidity was immense.” –Chloe Seim, “Wilson Lake 1999,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 20 […]

  16. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Backyard 2 Says:

    […] “We turn, make our way up the hillside to a leafless tree, twisted on the overhang with bloodpoison vines. I see how she wants to touch them, let them sting her blind, but she resists, holds my hand as the air breathes down our gullets.” –Jay Newman, “Walnut Beach,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 20 […]

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

    […] “I dodged bathtub potholes filled with black water in the parking lot.” –Jeanette Hinkle, “The Tour,” Midwestern Gothic Issue 20. […]

  18. Midwestern Gothic – A Literary Journal » Blog Archive » Midwest in Photos: Godsholy Mountain Says:

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