Friday, September 16, 2016

Amsterdam Quarterly goes ''cli-fi'' for 17th issue

The theme this issue is ''Climate (Change).''

Headlining this issue is a memoir of noted Beat poet Harold Norse by Bryan R. Monte to celebrate Norse’s 100th birthday.

 In addition, there is poetry by 2009 T.S. Eliot Prize and 2016 Wales Book of the Year Award Winner, Philip Gross, fiction and poetry by 2007-8 Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Memorial Prize Winner, Srinjay Chakravarti, as well as poetry by Jennifer Clark, Daniel Hudon, Amina Imzine, Sarah Kinebanian, Joyce Parkes, William Ruleman, Pat Seman, Scott T. Starbuck and Meryl Stratford.

Also included is photography by Rink Foto, Bryan Monte and Amina Imzine and book reviews of 2016 Lambda Literary Emerging Writer Award Winner Bryan Borland’s, Dig, Jacob Appel’s Coulrophobia & Fata Morgana and Scott T. Starbuck’s Lost Salmon.

About the Amsterdam Quarterly


AQ was founded in 2011 and its goal is to publish, promote and comment on art and writing in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and the world.

We hope you enjoy reading this seventeenth issue (AQ17) and look forward to your comments at or submissions at

AQ’s 2017 themes are Medicine for spring 2017 (submission period January 2017), Animals for summer 2017 (submission period April 2017) and Education for autumn 2017 (submission period July 2017). These are very broad categories, so a variety of genres, perspectives and techniques (both traditional and experimental) are welcome.

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