As readers of this blog know, I’m very proud of my work as editor of the century-old literary magazine, North Dakota Quarterly. It’s given me the chance to work with an amazing group of editors, authors, and readers. It’s also given me a chance to broaden my horizons as an editor and publisher, work close with another university press, and, most importantly, give back to a community who has over time made my life better.
For people who don’t know about NDQ, check out our weekly blog here. I think it’s been pretty great lately with interviews, fiction, and poetry. Or if you’re a bit more adventurous, keep reading this post and download the most recent issue of NDQ for free. If you like it and can, it would be great if you could subscribe. Download links and the like are below the cover image. Enjoy!
We know that things are rough out there. Between COVID-19 and personal, economic, and emotional challenges associated with social distancing, there doesn’t seem to be a lot right happening in the world.
To do our part to make the world just a little bit better, we thought we’d make the latest issue of North Dakota Quarterly available for free. If you click right here, you can download it. There’s no catch. It’ll just download as a PDF. If you’re on the fence, you can check out the table of contents here.
We’re doing this in collaboration with our publishing partners at the University of Nebraska Press who have also offered a coupon code for a 10% discount on subscriptions to NDQ or $2 off any single issue. Use the code “9389VT” at check out. It’s good until June 30th. We’re hoping this encourages folks to subscribe to the Quarterly. If you can, go here to subscribe.
It goes without saying that many cultural institutions, publishers, and little magazines are struggling these days. If you can, consider buying a book from a small or university press, subscribing to a literary journal, or otherwise supporting the arts.