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If you're a writer or reviewer and are interested in taking a look at our upcoming title, 8th Street Power & Light by Eric Shonkwiler, we'd love to hear from you. We have ARCs! Email us at info@midwestgothic.com http://midwestgothic.com/2011/01/8th-street-power-light/

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Issue 22 is on sale now! It features fiction and poetry from Joan Colby, Jimmie Cumbie, Christine Rhein, and James Valvis. http://midwestgothic.com/2011/01/issue-22-summer-2016/

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Midwestern Gothic staffer Ally Wright talked with author Elizabeth McKenzie about her novel The Portable Veblen, what it means to have a “freelance” character, the role of translation in her novel, and more. http://midwestgothic.com/2016/06/interview-elizabeth-mckenzie/

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"There is no ideal environment for writing. There is just the writing. In the best of worlds, one should be able to sit down anywhere and start typing away."

Get to know Issue 21 contributor L.L. Wohlwend. http://midwestgothic.com/2016/06/contributor-spotlight-l-l-wohlwend/

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Happy, Happy Pub Day to Kali VanBaale's The Good Divide. We couldn't be more excited this beautiful book is finally here.

http://midwestgothic.com/2015/01/the-good-divide-by-kali-vanbaale/

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Come see us at the Printer's Row Lit Fest this weekend in Chicago!

We'll be hunkered down in the Book Fort with other amazing indie lit mags and small presses. Plus, Kali VanBaale will be on hand Saturday to sign copies of her new novel! http://printersrowlitfest.org/

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Submissions for our annual nonfiction issue are open! https://mwg.submittable.com/submit

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Midwestern Gothic staffer Rachel Hurwitz talked with author John Wray about his book The Lost Time Accidents, time travel, representing mental illness, and more.

http://midwestgothic.com/2016/04/interview-john-wray/

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"One of the main challenges of writing (for me) is knowing a place well enough to evoke it on the page with just a few gestures in its direction, and the Midwest is really the only place I know like that, know with my eyes closed." Craft, place, and her mother's kitchen table. Get to know Issue 21 contributor Alina Borger.

http://midwestgothic.com/2016/04/contributor-spotlight-alina-borger/

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Here's some love for MG Press's next title, The Good Divide by Kali VanBaale: "VanBaale presents a vivid portrait of one woman’s lifelong struggle to find peace with what she has rather than what she desires. Fiction doesn’t get more real than this."

Read the rest of the review and pre-order your copy for $1!

http://publishersweekly.com/pw/reviews/single/978-1-944850-00-5
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