Ploughshares Winter 2012-2013 Edited by Ladette Randolph and John Skoyles

Ploughshares Winter 2012-2013 Edited by Ladette Randolph and John Skoyles

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The Winter 2012-13 issue of Ploughshares, edited by John Skoyles and Ladette Randolph. Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest-edited serially by prominent writers who explore different and personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.

Ploughshares editor-in-chief Ladette Randolph and poetry editor John Skoyles compile this Winter issue, which features the work of several distinguished writers as well as the winners of the Emerging Writer’s Contest. The issue features fiction about the Bei Piao, the aimless twenty-somethings who wander modern Beijing (“Days of Being Mild,” by Xuan Juliana Wang), the legacy of anti-Semitism in Belgium (“Strawberries,” by Karl Taro Greenfeld), an essay about a painful high school production of The Miracle Worker (“Heather, 1984,” by Kate Flaherty), and poetry by Carl Dennis, Barbara Hamby, Ellen Bass, Afaa Michael Weaver, and many more.


Ladette Randolph


"A Blink a Blink and Dehiscence," by Shauna Galante
"The Wicked of the Earth," by Barry Gifford
"Strawberries," by Karl Taro Greenfeld
"Grace," by Joshua Howes
"Victoria Falls Hotel," Reese Okyong Kwon
"Telemetry," by Matthew Neill Null
"Come the Revolution," by Emma Torzs
"Days of Being Mild," by Xuan Juliana Wang


"Heather, 1984," by Kate Flaherty
"Unsaid," by Gretchen E. Henderson


Keith Althaus
Valerie Bandura
Ellen Bass
Ciaran Berry
James Crews
Carl Dennis
Hilary Vaughn Dobel
Peter Everwine
Ona Gritz
Barbara Hamby
Kerry Hardie
Tony Hoagland
Brenna W. Lemieux
Matthew Lippman
Dave Nielsen
D. Nurkse
Rebecca Okrent
January Gill O'Neil
Gretchen Primack
Grace Schauer
Maria Terrone
David Thacker
Nance Van Winckel
Ryan Vine
Afaa Michael Weaver
Eric Weinstein
Stephen Neal Weiss


Fiction: "The Culling," by Jasmine Sawers
Nonfiction: "What You Will Do," by Jacob Newberry
Poetry: Three Bath Poems, by Jen Silverman


"A Life in a House," a Plan B essay by Timothy Schaffert
"Taking Feminist to 'Fantasticoes,'" a Look2 essay on Jaimy Gordon by John Domini


Zacharis Award Winner Heidy Steidlmayer

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015790917
Publisher: Ploughshares / Emerson College
Publication date: 11/27/2012
Series: Ploughshares
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Ladette Randolph is editor-in-chief of Ploughshares and the author of three books of fiction: two novels—Haven’s Wake (forthcoming from University of Nebraska Press, spring 2013) and the award-winning A Sandhills Ballad (University of New Mexico Press, 2009)—and the short story collection This Is Not the Tropics (University of Wisconsin Press, 2005). Randolph is on the faculty of the Writing, Literature, and Publishing department at Emerson College in Boston. Prior to joining the staff at Ploughshares she was an acquiring editor and associate director at University of Nebraska Press. She is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize, a Rona Jaffe grant, the Virginia Faulkner Award, a Best New American Voices citation, and four Nebraska Book Awards.

John Skoyles has published four books of poems, A Little Faith (1981); Permanent Change (1991); Definition of the Soul (1998), and The Situation (2007), all from Carnegie Mellon. His work has appeared in Poetry, The American Poetry Review, The Atlantic, Harvard Review, Slate, Yale Review, and The Poetry Anthology, 1912-2002, among others. He is also the author of a collection of personal essays, Generous Strangers (Kodansha International, 1999), and a memoir, Secret Frequencies: A New York Education (University of Nebraska Press, 2003). His awards include grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as fellowships from the New York and North Carolina Arts Councils.

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