North Dakota Quarterly
North Dakota Quarterly (NDQ) is a quarterly literary journal published by the University of North Dakota. NDQ publishes poetry, fiction, interviews, and literary non-fiction. It was first published in 1911 as a vehicle for faculty papers. After a hiatus during the depression, NDQ began publishing again with a broader focus that gradually came to include stories and poems. Preeminent Hemingway scholar Robert W. Lewis edited NDQ from 1982 until his death in 2013 and published about a dozen special editions focused on Hemingway, as well as a number of special editions focused on China, Yugoslavia, and Native American issues and literature. In 2019, NDQ began being published by the University of Nebraska Press.
|Edited by||William Caraher|
|Quarterly Journal; Quarterly Journal of the University of North Dakota|
|History||1911-present, with a 30-year break prior to 1956|
|ISO 4||N. D. Q.|
- Louise Erdrich, poet, novelist, short story writer, winner of the National Book Award for Fiction for The Round House in 2012.
- Kathleen Norris, author of Dakota: A Spiritual Geography and a number of other non-fiction books.
- Ted Kooser, former U.S. Poet Laureate
- N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize winner
- Jacob M. Appel, short story writer
- Larry Woiwode, North Dakota Poet Laureate, novelist and short story writer
- Jimmy Carter, former United States President, published original poetry in 1992
- Thomas McGrath, celebrated American poet from North Dakota
Honors and awards
- "Print is not dead – UND Today". Retrieved 2019-02-18.
- Reading Poems by Former President, Grand Forks Herald, Sept 18, 1992
- ESSAY PUBLISHED IN N.D. QUARTERLY CHOSEN FOR 2008 PUSHCART PRIZE, Grand Forks Herald, Feb. 2, 2008