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(To order current issues or to contact the editor, send e-mail to chicagoquarterlyreview@yahoo.com.)

 

CQR Issue 1CQR Issue No. 1 — Our first issue opened with work by the original members of Monadnock Writers' Group in Chicago, who included Lois Barliant, Tim Winchester, Jane Lawrence, Greg Anderson, and Noreene Walsh, with a selection from guest editor Tim W. Brown of Tomorrow Magazine.

Syed Afzal Haider, Deborah Morris, and Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

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CQR Issue 2CQR Issue No. 2 — Continuing a brand new tradition, we presented fiction by Grace Lane and Faith Miller, poetry by G. S. Kaplan, Les White, B. F. Helman, and James Blair, and introduced work by a pair of new writers, Joseph A. Barda and Karen T. Miller. Our readers were also treated to a fanciful work by editor Debi Morris.

Syed Afzal Haider, Deborah Morris, and Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

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CQR Issue 3CQR Issue No. 3 — This hefty volume featured the work of fourteen contributors from around the country, including Louisiana poet Errol Miller, New York City experimental fiction author Richard Kostelanetz, and Paul Michel Baepler from Minnesota. We also introduced our CQR Gallery feature with the work of young photographer Sean Chen-Haider.

Syed Afzal Haider, Deborah Morris, and Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

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CQR Issue 4CQR Issue No. 4 — Our first international issue, thanks to Italian writer Luigi Monteferrante's contribution, also cut across age borders in presenting work by seventeen-year-old Jessica Gilliam and the prolific nonagenarian poet Daniel Green. CQR Gallery featured work by radical (and humorous) feminist artist Mary Ellen Croteau.

Syed Afzal Haider and Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

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CQR Issue 5CQR Issue No. 5 — This volume continued our practice of presenting both new and established writers. We introduced never-before-published writers Curt Clapper and Christopher Fountain. Chris then went on to write (and publish) the satirical New Millionaire's Handbook. Poet 
Henry L. Jones displayed his other talents in the CQR Gallery.

Syed Afzal Haider, Jane Lawrence, and Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

A Few Copies Available.

 

 

CQR Issue 6CQR Issue No. 6 — Having attracted the admiration, and enmity, of the literary presses, we pressed on with our custom of presenting emerging as well as established authors to our readers. This issue featured poets Roy Villa, Barbara Cranford, Robert Lax, and Mary Lou Judy. Staff artist and editor Brian Skinner pitched in with a CQR Gallery of his own.

Syed Afzal Haider and Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

A Few Copies Available.

 

 

CQR Issue 7CQR Issue No. 7 — Joined now by returning editor Jane Lawrence
and California writer Elizabeth McKenzie, we boast an editor in every time zone, none of whom lives in Chicago. Continuing our habit of introducing those with multiple talents to a wider audience, we presented some of poet Roy Villa's extraordinary paintings in the CQR Gallery.

S. Afzal Haider, Jane Lawrence, Lisa McKenzie, Brian Skinner, Editors.

Brian Skinner, Artwork & Layout.

A Few Copies Available.

 

 

CQR Issue 8CQR Issue No. 8 — This number marked the first digest-sized issue, which was packed with more than a hundred pages of outstanding short stories and poetry. Some of the noteworthy authors in this issue included Charles Rose, Richard N. Bentley, Jim Henry, Kenneth G. Allen, Jim Mezzanotte, and Rachel Eve Moulton.

Syed Afzal Haider, Jane Lawrence, Lisa McKenzie, Editors.

Viva Simsik, Design. Brian Skinner, Cover Art.

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To order current issues or to contact the editor, send e-mail to chicagoquarterlyreview@yahoo.com.


 

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