Ploughshares Winter 2011-12

Ploughshares Winter The Winter issue of Ploughshares guest edited by Alice Hoffman Ploughshares a journal of new writing is guest edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions

The Winter 2011 2012 issue of Ploughshares, guest edited by Alice Hoffman Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.This 40th anniversary issue edited by best selling novelist Alice Hoffman The Dovekeepers, Practical Magic features new work from Ursula K.The Winter 2011 2012 issue of Ploughshares, guest edited by Alice Hoffman Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.This 40th anniversary issue edited by best selling novelist Alice Hoffman The Dovekeepers, Practical Magic features new work from Ursula K Le Guin, Marge Piercy, Jennifer Haigh, Ann Hood, and Wally Lamb an interview with Elizabeth Bishop from the archives and a story from Ploughshares first Emerging Fiction Writer s Award winner Thomas Lee.

  • ☆ Ploughshares Winter 2011-12 ✓ Alice Sebold
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Ploughshares Winter 2011-12

  1. Alice Sebold is an American writer She has published three books Lucky 1999 , The Lovely Bones 2002 , and The Almost Moon 2007.

928 Reply to “Ploughshares Winter 2011-12”

  1. Just tore through this issue My one wish for this literary magazine is that it could stand to be about 50 pages longer The writing is just so good, that it would be nice to have a bit .



  2. Seems like the focus was on private public lives, which might have just been the taste of Alice Hoffman although I think some deliberate effort was put in to align them all that way I liked it, though, and my favorite story within was probably Hold the Dark by William Giraldi A bit expansive than the other stories which seemed to be personal accounts of bougie lives not that those are bad sometimes, just that they got boring within this issue Especially Safety by Ann Leary which, to me, seemed [...]



  3. I don t know why I don t read Ploughshares often or why they sit on my shelf for so long I loved this issue And a James Franco story And it wasn t bad



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