CQR Presents: The Chicago Issue

Paul Skenazy The World Left Behind
Don De Grazia Black Was Missing
Natalia Nebel It Hurts
Joe Meno Dares
Cecilia Pinto Automatic
Jan Herman The Paradox of Ben Hecht
James Crizer The Dermatoid "I"; Panacea
Gina Frangello This is the President's Son
Steve Trumpeter The Candidate
Robert Brown composite character; Snow; from The Illusion That Is With Its Costume On
Marcia Cavell Waiting
Jack Fuller True with Time
Christine Sneed Time Machine
L.M. Kell The Explorer Knows; Fused Glass; They Don't Teach This in Girl Scouts
Syed Afzal Haider Half Moon
Sharon Solwitz The Place of No Pain
Harry Mark Petrakis Writing and Publication
Liz Radford Pea Cannery
Stuart Patterson From Where I Sit
Donald G. Evans THe Princess of Portage Park
Frederick Pollack Evanston
Garnett Kilberg Cohen The Marriage of Heaven and Hell in the Midwest
John Blades The Fourth Dementia
Paul Nicholas Jones A Secondary Hallucination
Art Fox Chicago August
Jane Lawless The Fence; Broccoli
Signe Ratcliff Eppy & Tuba Forever
Dipika Mukherjee The Jazz Bar
James Stacey Colo
William L. Lederer I Am the Center of the Universe
Louise LeBourgeois Horizon
Umberto Tosi Onion Station
Jason Economus Burning Mind
Jason Economus An Interview with Erasing the Distance Founder Brighid O'Shaughnessy
David Hart Vessel
Rogers Worthington Bugroast
Melanie Villines Windy City Sinners
Susan Hogan Chicago (Aria)
Micki LeSueur Splinters
Robert Kerwin Brothers
R. Craig Sautter The Walker
Gary Houston Class Notes
Michael Miner A Family Story; To A Daughter Who Will Visit Spain; Toward Trieste
Olga Domchenko Dancing in the Abattoir
Brian Allan Skinner Fire Dance
J. Weintraub Not Many Trees Out There on Peachtree Street
Andy Holt A Big Red Jumble of Lines
Rosellen Brown The Eyes
Paul Skenazy Crossing the Street
James Paradiso photographs
Robert Kameczura photographs
Steve Cejtin digital art
Miriam Socoloff pastel and charcoal
Cover illustration by Laura Williams

Council of Literary Magazines & Presses The Chicago Quarterly Review is a nonprofit, independent literary journal publishing the finest short stories, poems, translations and essays by both emerging and established writers. We hope to stimulate, entertain, and inspire.


CQR at Pop-up Bookfair in Oak Park, hosted by Curbside Splendor & 826CHI

April 9th, 2014 by CQR | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Pop-Up Book Fair at the Hemingway Museum in Oak Park

SUBMITTED ON MON, 03/10/2014 
Saturday, April 12, 2014 - 11:00am to 6:00pm

Curbside Splendor, The Ernest Hemingway Foundation, Oak Park Library, and826CHI are proud to present: POP-UP BOOK FAIR 2014


&NOW Books
2nd Story
57th Street Books / Seminary Co-op
Allium Press
Another Chicago Magazine
Artifice Books
Burial Day Books
Chicago Center for Literature and Photography (CCLaP)
Chicago Literary Hall of Fame
Chicago Quarterly Review
Christian Larsen
Convulsive Editions
Dead Tree Press
Dream of Things
Fifth Star Press
Half Letter Press / Temporary Services
Hobart and Short Flight / Long Drive Books
Lake Claremont Press
Miss Nyet Publishing, LLC
Ricochet Review
Soberscove Press
Switchback Books

HideLocation and contact
The Hemingway Museum
200 N Oak Park Ave.
Oak Park  Illinois  60302

United States

Contact Phone Number:
(708) 848-2222PopUpBookFair_0



CQR reading at the Celtic Knot–Robert Brown, Don De Grazia, David Hart, Liz Radford

March 19th, 2014 by CQR | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Join us on March 30, 2014, 5-7 pm at the Celtic Knot in Evanston for a reading with CQR contributors Robert Brown, Don De Grazia, David Hart and Liz Radford.

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The Celtic Knot

The Celtic Knot

CQR at the AWP

March 3rd, 2014 by CQR | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »


Visit us amid the madness of the AWP!

February 25th, 2014 by CQR | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

awp imagesBooth 1205. See you there!

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