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North Dakota Quarterly 85:1-4
Edited by William Caraher

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ISSN  0029-277X





North Dakota Quarterly is a literary and public humanities journal with roots extending back to the early days of the University of North Dakota. With an international roster of contributors, each issue is a rich mixture of articles, essays, fictions, and poetry. NDQ stands as one of the region’s most widely admired ambassadors and as a persistent landmark in the global literary landscape.

The latest issue, Volume 86, Numbers 1-2, is available for purchase by calling 402-472-8536. Cost is $18 plus shipping and handling. 

Volume 85, Nos. 1-4

Contents
Editor’s Note
William Caraher

Evening
Dog day afternoon
Rivals
Snapchat
DS Malolalai

Green Scarf
Judith Ford

coop
clutch
elegy for hot wheels
Clay Matthews

Bighearted
Ruhi Jiwani

Overlook
Make-do night
Steven Ray Smith

Snapshot
Bill Gaythwaite

Migration
After Dark
late at night in the living room
Cindy Maresic

How to Make It
Jeff Friedman

Operation
Al Nyhart

Nixon for President
Anthony J. Mohr

Death of a Famous Singer
From Her House to Death House
John Grey

What Sorrow Lives In
George Looney

At the Museum with You
Elizabeth O’Brien

Post Zara
Erin Jamieson

american idols
last of the polka dots
Evan Anders

Drop Above
Jane Akweley Odartey

Unready
Two Ultrasounds
Aidan Coleman

Fairleigh’s Hollow
Matthew Ferrence

Wyoming Pastoral
Desert Whispers
An Old Man Who Believed in Math
David Salner

The Good Fight
Michael Pearce

Apartment Windows in January
Marjorie Power

The Paper Man
Paula Brown

For One Who Had Emphysema
William Cullen Jr.

Not Enough, Too Much
February 6, 2018
Texas Flood
Robert Okaji

Profane Elegy
Talking to My Mother on the Phone, Two and a Half Years After
Grief
Janna Knittel

The Baptism
Jack Donahue

Is Not
Lauro Palomba

Strawberry Wine
Notes/ suggestions/ corrections
Relief, a Sculpture
Mid-August, Turtle Mountain
Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah

Chronoscope 126: The moon, the closest orbit
John Walser

The Humanities in the Age of Austerity
Images of Austerity
Wyatt Atchley

Citizen Vova
Basil Rosa

Creative Writing in the Shadow of Austerity
Patrick Thomas Henry

History and Prehistory: My Father’s Bureau Drawer
Pamela Parker

Faculty Navigating the Age of Austerity: Affirming Roles and Renewing Alliances
Melissa Gjellstad & Ryan Zerr

Beyond Apologetics: Restructuring the Humanities for an “Age of Austerity”
James Newhard

Austerity
Rick Watson

Humanities in the Age of Austerity: A Case Study from the University of North Dakota
William Caraher

Contributors