Book View Cafe members are featured in the new literary quarterly The Cascadia Subduction Zone. The debut issue includes a poem by Ursula K. Le Guin and a book review by Nancy Jane Moore. There’s also a review of a book celebrating Le Guin’s work: 80! Memories & Reflections on Ursula K. Le Guin.
The Cascadia Subduction Zone is published by Aqueduct Press and edited by Lew Gilchrist with help from Nisi Shawl, L. Timmel Duchamp, and Kath Wilham. The name comes from the large fault that underlies the Pacific Northwest and makes it subject to earthquakes.
CSZ’s stated goal is “to bring reviews, criticism, interviews, intelligent essays, and flashes of creative artwork (visual and written) to a readership hungry for discussion of work by not only men but also women.” The editors plan to “review work that interests us, regardless of its genre or the gender of its author” and to “blur the boundaries between critical analysis, review, poetry, fiction, and visual arts.”
You can subscribe or buy individual copies in either print or electronic form here.