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Midwestern Gothic: Issue 22 - Summer 2016

Midwestern Gothic Issue Summer Shop for Midwestern Gothic Issue bit MhmXDig into the summer issue of Midwestern Gothic Issue is here just in time for your summer reading lists road trips and lazy days on the beach The la

  • Title: Midwestern Gothic: Issue 22 - Summer 2016
  • Author: Jeff Pfaller Robert James Russell Lee L. Krecklow
  • ISBN: 9781534860520
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shop for Midwestern Gothic Issue 22 bit 295MhmXDig into the summer issue of Midwestern Gothic Issue 22 is here just in time for your summer reading lists, road trips, and lazy days on the beach.The latest issue collects work from the following authors and poets Bridget ApfeldJacquelyn BengfortAndrew Bode LangJoan ColbyJimmie CumbieGarrett DennertSean Thomas DouShop for Midwestern Gothic Issue 22 bit 295MhmXDig into the summer issue of Midwestern Gothic Issue 22 is here just in time for your summer reading lists, road trips, and lazy days on the beach.The latest issue collects work from the following authors and poets Bridget ApfeldJacquelyn BengfortAndrew Bode LangJoan ColbyJimmie CumbieGarrett DennertSean Thomas DoughertyKaitlyn DulingSamantha EdmondsAndrea EnglandJames FigyMeagan GibesonTim GreenupSasha KhalifehLee L KrecklowSharon KundeAnna Hudson MegdellLaura MiscoAustin Sanchez MoranAlec OsthoffAnnie PittmanSaara Myrene RaapanaC.R ResetaritsChristine RheinSarah SadieJoe SackstederSteven ShieldsDaniel SmithJon SteinhagenJames ValvisJane VarleyChelsea Voulgares

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    1 thought on “Midwestern Gothic: Issue 22 - Summer 2016

    1. Enjoyed this issue, as I always do. The writing is always sharp, but also gloriously rooted in the Midwest. It began with a killer prose piece.

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