Literary Quarterly: Spring 1999 

Home and hope
Review by Bill Harris

A quietly poetic collaboration corrects age-old myths of empire.

A sultan's life
Review by Richard C. Walls

Islam fends off Christianity in this 12th-century saga.

Anchors away
Review by Alisa Gordaneer

Former newsman mines satire behind the screens.

Missouri loves company
Review by Chris Handyside

Daniel Woodress spins a neo-noir yarn.

She shoots, she scores!
Review by Chris Tysh

Maureen Owen drives and remakes the poetic line.

Chinese bathroom
by Wang Ping

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