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Moon City Review 2009: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism written by Jane Hoogestraat

 

Moon City Review 2009: An Annual of Poetry, Story, Art, and Criticism written by Jane Hoogestraat

Overview:

Moon City Review 2009 is a newly established book annual intermingling poetry, story (both fiction and creative nonfiction), visual art, and timely cultural and literary criticism.

Featuring the invited work of nationally renowned authors, MCR also provides a venue for upcoming authors and artists. Students and seasoned authors alike are invited to submit their best work for consideration in future volumes. Visit http://English.MissouriState.edu/Moon_City_Review.htm for submission guidelines and upcoming special themes.

MCR 2009 includes poetry and fiction by Burton Raffel; poetry by Ted Kooser, Miller Williams, Marcus Cafag˝a, and Michael Burns; fiction (and an interview) by Kevin Brockmeier; short fiction by John Dufresne and Michael Cyzniejewski; and criticism by Billy Clem. A special section, "Archival Treasures," features original and unknown work by Rose O'Neill, arguably the Ozarks' most famous graphic artist.

Synopsis:

Moon City Review 2009 is a newly established book annual intermingling poetry, story (both fiction and creative nonfiction), visual art, and timely cultural and literary criticism.

Featuring the invited work of nationally renowned authors, MCR also provides a venue for upcoming authors and artists. Students and seasoned authors alike are invited to submit their best work for consideration in future volumes. Visit http://English.MissouriState.edu/Moon_City_Review.htm for submission guidelines and upcoming special themes.

MCR 2009 includes poetry and fiction by Burton Raffel; poetry by Ted Kooser, Miller Williams, Marcus Cafagña, and Michael Burns; fiction (and an interview) by Kevin Brockmeier; short fiction by John Dufresne and Michael Cyzniejewski; and criticism by Billy Clem. A special section, "Archival Treasures," features original and unknown work by Rose O'Neill, arguably the Ozarks' most famous graphic artist.

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