Fugue (ISSN 1054-6014) is a journal of new literature edited by graduate students of the University ofldaho's English and Creative Writing programs. Fugue is made possible by funding from the University of Idaho English Department and Creative Writing Program and is published biannually in the winter and summer. Subscriptions are $8 for a sample, individual copy, $14 for 1 year (2 issues), $25 for 2 years (4 issues), or $35 for 3 years (6 issues); institutional subscriptions are $22 for 1 year, $40 for 2 years, or $55 for 3 years. Make checks payable to Fugue. Add $4 per year for international subscriptions. For back issues, write to Fugue at the University of Idaho, English Department, 200 Brink Hall, Moscow, ID 83844-1102. Submissions are accepted September 1 through May 1 (postmark dates). All material received outside this period will be returned unread. Please address submission to the appropriate editor and send with SASE to Fugue, English Department, 200 Brink Hall, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-1102. Prose no more than 6,000 words pays up to $50 (as funds allow)and a one-year subscription. Poetry, all forms, pays up to $25 (as funds allow) and a one-year subscription. Please send no more than five poems, two short-shorts, one story, or one essay at a time. Submissions in more than one genre should be mailed separately, each containing an individual SASE. We will consider simultaneous submissions (submissions that have been sent concurrently to another journal), with the explicit provision that the writer inform us immediately if the work is accepted for publication elsewhere. We will not consider multiple submissions (more than one submission at a time). All multiple submissions will be returned unread. Once you have submitted a piece to us, wait for a response on this piece before submitting again. Cover art, "Escape" by David Aronson, 2006. ÂŠ2006 in the names of the individual authors. Subsequent rights revert to the author upon publication with the provision that Fugue receives publication credit. Printed by Houghton Boston in conjunction with University of Idaho Printing and Design. Distributed internationally by Bernhard DeBoer and Ingram Periodicals.
The Literary Digest of the University of Idaho