2017 Books From Former Moon City Review Contributors

With 2017 officially completed, the editors at Moon City Review would like to congratulate all of the former contributors who published books during the past year. Once again, it is a long and illustrious list. As we did last year, we will break up the list according to genre, beginning with poetry:

Ace Boggess, Ultra Deep Field (Brick Road Poetry Press)

Sarah Browning, Killing Summer (Sibling Rivalry Press)

Grant Clauser, The Magician’s Handbook (PS Books)

Jim Daniels, Rowing Inland (Wayne State University Press)

Darren C. Demaree, A Fire Without Light (Nixes Mate Books)

Wendy Drexler, Before There Was Before (Iris Press)

Jeff Hardin, No Other Kind of World (Texas Review Press)

Mark Irwin, A Passion According to Green (New Issues Press)

Keegan Lester, this shouldn’t be beautiful but it was & it was all i had so i drew it (Slope Editions)

Ken Letko, Bright Darkness (Flowstone Press)

Sarah Fawn Montgomery, Leaving Tracks: A Prairie Guide (Finishing Line Press)

Jason Olsen, Parakeet (BatCat Press)

Marjorie Stelmach, Falter (Cascade Books)

Kendra Tanacea, A Filament Burns in Blue Degrees (Lost Horse Press)

William Trowbridge, Vanishing Point (Red Hen Press)

Francine Witte, Café Crazy (Kelsay Books)

Of course, we would especially like to recognize Kerri French‘s Every Room in the Body, which won the 2016 Moon City Poetry Award, and Walter Bargen‘s latest collection, Too Quick for the Living, published as part of Moon City Press’ Missouri Author Series.

Visit the Archives page for a complete list of the work these authors (and many others) contributed to Moon City Review.