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Winter 2014

Winter 2014

Volume 90, Number 1

  • The art and life of Gabriel Orozco, by Julia Cooke
  • Poetry as a cultural force, by Natasha Tretheway
  • A voice for women in India, by Meera Subramanian
  • A troubling holiday tradition in the Netherlands, by Emily Raboteau
  • Fiction by Steven Amsterdam, Chris Offutt, Lara Vapnyar and Paula Whyman
  • Poetry by Peter Balakian, Stephen Burt, Katie Ford, Nathaniel Perry, Hayden Saunier, and Wendy Videlock
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Orozco throwing boomerangs at his Pennsylvania farm, 2013. (Oskar Landi)

Circling Back

Artist Gabriel Orozco doesn’t necessarily want to disappoint, nor does he want to fail, not in a literal sense. Rather, he wants to protect his right to be a beginner.

Editor’s Desk

Reporting

Essays

Profiles

Memoir

Interviews

Fiction

Poetry

Multimedia

Photography

Author Profiles

Natasha Trethewey, a VQR contributing editor, is the author of four poetry collections and a book of creative nonfiction.

Will Boast is the author of a forthcoming novel, Daphne (Norton/Liveright, 2018), a best-selling memoir, Epilogue (Norton/Liveright, 2014), and a story collection, Power Ballads (University of Iowa, 2011), which won the

Julia Cooke is the author of The Other Side of Paradise: Life in the New Cuba (Seal, 2014).