Gobshite Quarterly #35/36, Double Trouble Winter/Spring 2020: Your Rosetta Stone For the New World Order

Gobshite Quarterly #35/36, Double Trouble Winter/Spring 2020: Your Rosetta Stone For the New World Order


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Comin’ at you multilingually, local news that stays news from everywhere:

Swiss German poet & novelist Christoph Keller remembers Les Murray;

Trenchant cartoons from Lithuanian linguist & cartoonist Miglė Anušauskaitė, & from Australian cartoonist, M.P. Fikaris, presented multilingually;

a parcel of poems from Les Murray;

feuillitons from Slovenian author Andrej Blatnik take on modern life;

pomes & stories from Oregonian writers Nastashia Minto, Ann Farley, Selena Bekakis, & Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship recipients Amy Baskin & Matthew Robinson;

poems from Lithuanian poet Rimas Uzgiris & Croatian poets Evelina Rudan and Miroslav Kirin, & Swiss German poet Clemens Umbricht;

Film essayist Aarón Rodriguez parses Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049...

& more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781684544707
Publisher: GobQ LLC
Publication date: 01/01/2020
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Australian poet and gentleman farmer Les Murray published nearly 30 volumes of poetry, two verse novels, as well as collections of his essays & a memoir; his work won many awards, including the T. S. Eliot Prize (1996). His books include The Vernacular Republic, Translations from the Natural World, Subhuman Redneck Poems, Fredy Neptune (a verse novel), & Killing the Black Dog (memoir). One of the earliest Gobshite Quarterly contributors, he passed away in 2019, & will be sorely missed.

Nastashia Minto, Georgia-born & Little Beirut-based, is the author the acclaimed memoir, Naked, from Eldredge Books. Her writing, which explores intersectionalities of family, faith, race, sexuality, love, abuse, & identity, has appeared in SUSAN & the third Unchaste Anthol. Nastashia makes her GobQ debut w/ a poetic collab. w/ Selena Bekakis, Air.

Robinson, Matthew is author of Oregon Book Award finalist The Horse Latitudes. His stories have appeared in O-Dark-Thirty, NAILED, Gobshite Quarterly, Split Lip Magazine, & Clackamas Literary Review. An Iraq veteran, he's the recipient of an Oregon Literary Fellowship & editor for the literary journals The Gravity of the Thing & Propeller. He lives, writes & teaches in Portland, Oregon.

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