Issue Contributors

Issue No. 32

For the last few weeks, the Blue Mesa Review team has been working tirelessly on Issue 32. We have spent late nights copyediting and scrolling through art for paintings or drawings that would pair well with the words we’ve already selected. I’ve also spent a fair amount of time contemplating my introduction to this issue. For the past couple of weeks, most of my thoughts regarding the literary world have revolved around Claire Vaye Watkins’ fascinating essay “On Pandering” at Tin House.

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Poetry

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How I Relate to the Great Peshtigo Fire (so long ago)

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geometries of indifference

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The Patriarchy, Its Rumpled Sheets

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A History of Hiding

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girl of issaux

Fiction

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What We Are Doesn’t Have a Name Yet

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Showroom

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Les Hommes de Foi

Nonfiction

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The Safe Side

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Mothers Always Know

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Fury

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Artwork

Interviews

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An Interview with Natalie Scenters-Zapico

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An Interview with Debra Monroe