Blue Mesa Review, Number 14

Blue Mesa Review, Number 14

Julie Shigekuni / Dec 07, 2019

Blue Mesa Review Number This book features a dozen new stories including work by Paula Nangle Michelle Brooks and UNM alumni Jose Skinner In an interview Skinner discusses his recently released collection Flight and Oth

  • Title: Blue Mesa Review, Number 14
  • Author: Julie Shigekuni
  • ISBN: 9781885290144
  • Page: 223
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book features a dozen new stories, including work by Paula Nangle, Michelle Brooks, and UNM alumni Jose Skinner In an interview, Skinner discusses his recently released collection, Flight and Other Stories, and talks candidly about politics, life, and the doubt that he claims makes fiction interesting Issue 14 also features a diverse selection of poems, includingThis book features a dozen new stories, including work by Paula Nangle, Michelle Brooks, and UNM alumni Jose Skinner In an interview, Skinner discusses his recently released collection, Flight and Other Stories, and talks candidly about politics, life, and the doubt that he claims makes fiction interesting Issue 14 also features a diverse selection of poems, including work by Stefi Weisburd, winner of the 2001 The Nation prize for poetry, William Virgil Davis, and William Greenway.

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    About "Julie Shigekuni"

      • Julie Shigekuni

        Julie Shigekuni is the author of three novels A Bridge Between Us Anchor Doubleday 1995 , Invisible Gardens St Martin s Press 2003 , and Unending Nora forthcoming from Red Hen Press, Fall 2008 Her fiction has been translated into German, Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian Shigekuni was a finalist for the Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Award and the recipient of the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Excellence in Literature She has received a Henfield Award and an American Japanese Literary Award for her writing Shigekuni received her B.A from CUNY Hunter College and her M.F.A from Sarah Lawrence College She is currently at work on a collection of inter connected short stories and a 60 minute video documentary, Manju Mammas the An Pan Brigade, for which she has received funding from the California Council for the Humanities and the Skirball Foundation and sponsorship from Visual Communications, an all Asian media network She teaches fiction and Asian American Literature at the University of New Mexico and lives in Corrales, New Mexico, with her husband and three young daughters.


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