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Gobshite Quarterly

Subject: Contemporary Literature / Poetry / Marginalia
Category: Magazine
Country of Origin: USA

The brainchild of a Portland, Oregon-based collective of shadowy background figures, Gobshite Quarterly provides a forum for the neglected promise of a global village by featuring international and regional voices. To truly present the best writing from around the world, Gobshite Quarterly bilingually publishes works originally written in languages other than English. (We feature original works in English too.)

Think of us as a coffee shop, or a certain gin joint in Casablanca. Recent events have proven that, for better or worse, we're all in this together, even if we can't agree what this is. Gobshite Quarterly offers local perspectives from other locations. Our contributors look at trends or topics that enthuse and/or edify and/or alarm.

Gobshite Quarterly is your Rosetta Stone for the New World Order, baptised in legible fonts.
 


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#7

Fiction by Angel Arango, Edo Popovic, Christoph Keller, Richard Melo, Angela Buck, and Luisa Valenzuela; poetry by Tomica Bajsic, Tiffany Lee Brown, Les Murray, Arami Hamadene, Clemens Umbricht, Tom Gilroy, Anna Grace, Jim McKay, Douglas A. Martin, Grant Lee Phillips, Rick Roth, and Michael Stipe; an interview with Jonathan Demme; a Joey Ramone memoir; portfolios by Matthew Clark, and Graham Willoughby; plus essays, memoirs, rants and assorted other contributions by Ian Shoales, Andie Miller, Bill Zarchy, Michelle Chen, Dubravka Oraic Tolic, Joel Preston Smith, and Josh MacPhee (A4, 68pp) UK: £4.80
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#6

Fiction by Merle Kessler, Jan Herschel, Venus Khoury-Ghata, Julianne Ortale, Bill Shields, Biran Tibbetts, Karel Capek, and Mark Mordue; poetry by Antonio Machado, Les Murray, Barbara Korun, and Friedrich Holderlin; an interview with Kathleen Hanna; new Croatian writing from Gordan Nuhanovic, Tomica Bajsic, and Dubravka Oraic-Tolic; portfolios by L.C. Bobalova, and Lynne Jamneck; plus essays, memoirs, rants and assorted other contributions by Lee Ranaldo, Ian Shoales, Bruce Benderson, Frederic Raphael, and Brandon Stosuy (A4, 68pp) UK: £4.80
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#4/5

Fiction by Scott Nadelson, Tom Spanbauer, Stevan Allred, Luisa Valenzuela, Kevin Sampsell, Gyorgy Spiro, Karel Capek, and Andrea Dworkin; poetry by Les Murray, Jan Hershel, Alexander Theroux, and Venus Khoury-Gata; interviews with Sam Coombes and Janet Weiss of Quasi, and Grant McLennan of the Go-Betweens; plus essays, memoirs and rants by Mark Mordue, Tiffany Lee Brown, Hanan Al-Shaykh, Ian Shoales, Steve Almond, David Ray, Sabrina Canfield, Paul Krassner, Laura Esquivel, and Rick Moody (A4, 68pp) UK: £4.80
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#3

Essays on political dissent and the Patriot Act by Ursula K. Le Guin and David Biespiel; portraits of Palestinians and Israelis by Seth Tobocman (WW III Illustrated); English language debuts of fiction from Hanan Al-Shaykh (published in Arabic and English), Ivan Klíma (published in Czech and English), and Downunder queer fiction from Dean Kiley; essays, field notes, journal extracts, and reasoned rants on Tehran's Martyr Murals, Indian moonsoons, corrupt Turkish mayors, Eritrian honeymooners in Scotland, and S&M AmEx bars in NY; Nick Cave kicking back in Sao Paulo; Lenny Bruce Recensored by Paul Krassner; a Satyricon for These Times, rendered into English by Frederic Raphael and featuring the tasty Latin of Petronius; poems by Marie Etienne (published in French and English), Jan Herschel, and Les Murray; and a Stu Levy photogrid-portrait of Henck Pander (A4, 68pp) UK: £4.80
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#2

Fiction by Jacek Dukaj, Susan Daitch, Laszlo Krasznahorkai, Jan Herschel, Elizabeth Knox, Luisa Valenzuela, and Julianne Ortale; poetry by Les Murray, Mahmoud Darwish, Mariel Dunn, and Douglas Spangle; plus an interview with Joe Henry and essays, memoirs and rants by Steve Almond, Ian Shoales, William Nericcio, and Rick Moody (A4, 72pp) UK: £4.80
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#1

Fiction by Karel Capek, Luisa Valenzuela, Jon Carr, Susan Daitch, Mike Martin, Andrea Dworkin, Frederic Raphael, and Bill Shields; poetry by Les Murray, Venus Koury-Gata, M.F. McAuliffe, Judith Steele, Douglas Spangle, James Sallis, and Alexander Theroux; plus an interview with Chuck Palahniuk and essays, memoirs, rants and credos by Paul Krassner, Alice Hutchinson, Judith Steele, Ian Shoales, Ivan Klima, Brian Wood, and Laura Esquivel (255mm x 255mm, 84pp) UK: £4.80
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