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Ploughshares Vol. Ploughshares Winter by Lorrie Goldensohn. Ploughshares vol. Ploughshares Winter by DeWitt Henry. Ploughshares Spring by Seamus Heaney, editor. Ploughshares Fall by Charles Simic. Ploughshares Winter Poetry by Bill Knott.

Ploughshares, Fall 2010

Ploughshares Spring : Believers by Al Young. Ploughshares Winter : Borderlands by Russell Banks. Ploughshares Spring Tribes by James Welch. Ploughshares Spring : Stories and Poems by Magazine. Curt Johnson —editor of December: A Magazine of the Arts and Opinion from until his death in —wrote on this same topic for the issue of College Composition and Communication , arguing astutely:. They will not be persuaded of this by the contemporary prose in Playboy , admirable as it is when written by Herbert Gold, nor will they be by that in The Atlantic or Saturday Evening Post , even though this dullard and that desperado both lack the four-color gatefold distraction of Playboy.

And it is easier to demonstrate the utility of rules when it can be demonstrated that often their neglect results in chaos, is it not? Amanda Deo of Thunderclap! Magazine has released a Femme Fatale issue , with very snazy cover by Ryan W. Deo was recently interviewed by Nicolle Elizabeth on the Fictionaut Blog. Underwood has made an awesome poster. The Rumpus has published their first magazine review: Nancy Smith takes a look at the latest issue of Ploughshares , guest-edited by Jim Shepard.

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Oct 12, Larry Bassett rated it really liked it Shelves: short-stories. This was a most enjoyable collection of short stories. Having Jim Shepard as the editor certainly contributed to the quality but the authors were all very good. There was not one story that I did not like. This is a great coffee table book for a smallish coffee table!

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This particular Ploughshares has no poetry, only short stories, nine in this small softcover book. While you won't find this used unless you have a friend with back issues, there is a way to catch up with a new or electronic copy.

I This was a most enjoyable collection of short stories. May 31, Thing Two rated it really liked it Shelves: poetry. As with any collection of stories, there were some I just loved, and some I found only okay. I would say the stories started off slowly for me, and if I hadn't already read a reviewer rave about Ethan Rutherford's short "John, for Christmas", I might have given up on the whole collection; I haven't been a big fan of Jim Shepard's writing, either. But, boy oh boy am I glad I kept reading.

Ploughshares, Fall by Jim Shepard

Have you ever read a story, finished it, and turned back immediately to read it, again? That's what "John, fo As with any collection of stories, there were some I just loved, and some I found only okay. That's what "John, for Christmas" did for me. It is truly an amazing piece of writing. My only real complaint about this Ploughshares collection is the really tiny font; I must be getting old. Mar 06, Julia Brown rated it really liked it.

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Jim Shepard never disappoints. There are some wonderful stories in this volume. Leong is unhesitatingly brutal on the page. John, for Christmas was surprisingly good. Jim's interview is also fun. Oct 08, Jimmie rated it really liked it Shelves: litmags-journals-and-zines. Ethan Rutherford's story "John, for Christmas," about a middle-aged couple living on a farm and waiting through a storm for the arrival of their bipolar son for the holidays, is alone worth the cover price. Add in some excellent stories by Ian Stansel and Robert Cohen?

Oct 22, Ted rated it it was amazing. The Charles Baxter short story is worth the price alone. I saw Jim Shepard, the editor, speak last week. Nice guy, and he picked some good stories to boot! Natalee Reed rated it really liked it Mar 04, Carrie rated it really liked it Jan 02, Ross Mohn rated it it was amazing Aug 14,

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