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Rita Mae Reese Midwest Review Logo

Contributor Interview: Rita Mae Reese

What’s your connection to the Midwest? I moved to Madison for my MFA in 2003, then was in San Francisco for four years where I met my wife. When my lectureship was up, I was lucky enough to get a job in Madison, a city I love. I grew up in West Virginia, which isn’t…

Bonnie Jo Campbell Midwest Review Logo

Contributor Interview: Bonnie Jo Campbell

What’s your connection to the Midwest? I’m connected to the Midwest by every connection point on me. I was born here, raised here, went to school here (in Chicago), and live here now. I’ve lived in Los Angeles and Boston but bounced back to Michigan. I eat most of my meals here, and I have…

Jamie Heiden Midwest Review Logo

Contributor Interview: Jamie Heiden

What’s your connection to the Midwest? Born and raised and now living in the beautiful Driftless Area in western Wisconsin. I’ve lived in the Arizona north, the East coast of Wisconsin and the Colorado foothills but nothing compares to where I am now. Favorite places or features of the region? The hills and valleys of…

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Cover of Midwest Review 6

2013

Founded

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Midwestern states represented

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