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    November 16, 2009


    Cliff Garstang

    Conjunctions is a terrific magazine, moving up to No. 2 this year in my Pushcart Prize Rankings. Congratulations to Matt Bell and Peter Orner for landing there! (My copy just arrived also . . .)


    Any women writers in this issue?

    Dan Wickett

    You mean beyond Can Xue, and the translators Natasha Wimmer and Karen Gernant, listed above?

    Dan Wickett

    To reply more directly to the question, yes there are a few others - it is definitely a male heavy table of contents though.

    And, when I read literary journals, I rarely read the entire thing, though I hope to do so with this one based on what I've read so far, and typically start with those I'm familiar with and know I'll like - which is what I've mentioned above.

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