Vol. 17, No. 3, Fall 2012 (#67)

Neal Stephenson, Roger Fanning, Jeanette Winterson, Samuel R. Delany, Jacques Dupin, Anne Bogart, and much more...purchase now

INTERVIEWS

Neal Stephenson: Some More Remarksinterviewed by Niels Strandskov
Sam Weller and Mort Castle: Live, Foreverinterviewed by Greg Baldino
Roger Fanning: The Ways of Heartbreakinterviewed by Paul Maliszewski

FEATURES

mnartists.org presents: Holy Cow! Press at 35 by Ann Klefstad

Plus:

The Last Laughby Louis Phillips
The New Lifeby Gary Sullivan
Chapbook Cornerby John Bradley 
featuring Ventifacts Christine Hume

REVIEWS

NONFICTION & ART

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? | Jeanette Winterson | reviewed by Jay Besemer
Resisting Elegy: On Grief And Recovery | Joel Peckham | reviewed by Scott F. Parker
Half In Shade: Family, Photography, And Fate | Judith Kitchen | reviewed by Gabriel Blackwell
Don’t Kill The Birthday Girl: Tales From An Allergic Life | Sandra Beasley | reviewed by Amy Wright
The Outsourced Self: Intimate Life In Market Times | Arlie Russell Hochschild | reviewed by Andrew Cleary
Words Like Loaded Pistols: Rhetoric From Aristotle To Obama | Sam Leith | reviewed by Scott F. Parker
Feodor Dostoevsky: Resurrection From The Underground | René Girard | reviewed by Joshua Paetkau
Steinbeck In Vietnam: Dispatches From The War | John Steinbeck | reviewed by Ryder W. Miller
Conversations With Anne | Anne Bogart | reviewed by Isaac Butler
Reflections On Islamic Art | Ahdaf Soueif, Ed. | reviewed by Brooke Horvath
The Mark Of Abel | Lydia Panas | reviewed by Kelly Everding

FICTION

Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders | Samuel R. Delany | reviewed by Greg Baldino
Canada | Richard Ford | reviewed by James Naiden
No Animals We Could Name | Ted Sanders | reviewed by Anna Roorda
None of This Is Real | Miranda Mellis | reviewed by Graham Guest
This Is Not Your City | Caitlin Horrocks | reviewed by Joshua Cook
Maleficium | Martine Desjardins | reviewed by Spencer Dew
This New and Poisonous Air | Adam McOmber | reviewed by Charles Dodd White
Jonah Man | Christopher Narozny | reviewed by David Rice
Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail! | Gary Phillips and Andrea Gibbons, eds. | reviewed by Niels Strandskov
Enma the Immortal | Fumi Nakamura | reviewed by Amanda Vail
Cuttlefish | Dave Freer | reviewed by Kris Lawson
Bin Laden’s Bald Spot | Brian Doyle | reviewed by Benjamin Woodard
Dirt | David Vann | reviewed by Robert Martin
Children in Reindeer Woods | Kristín Ómarsdóttir | reviewed by Amy Henry

POETRY

Selected Poems | Vladimir Nabokov | reviewed by David Wiley
Like a Straw Bird It Follows Me | Ghassan Zaqtan | reviewed by Spencer Dew
On the Spectrum of Possible Deaths | Lucia Perillo | reviewed by Edward A. Dougherty
A Book of Exquisite Disasters | Charlene Spearen | reviewed by Warren Woessner
Bursts of Light | William Bronk | reviewed by Patrick James Dunagan
Of Flies and Monkeys | Jacques Dupin | reviewed by Alexendar Dickow
Fragile Acts | Allan Peterson | reviewed by Joshua Willey
It Can Be Solved reviewed by Walking | Jennifer Wallace | reviewed by Jane Jortiz-Nakagawa
Victory | Ben Kopel | reviewed by Jordan Reynolds
Place | Jorie Graham | reviewed by Joshua Willey

COMICS

The Voyeurs | Gabrielle Bell
Larceny in My Blood | Matthew Parker
The Next Day | John Porcellino | reviewed by John Eisler
Harvey Pekar’s Cleveland | Harvey Pekar, art by Joseph Remnant | reviewed by Paul Buhle

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