Magazine. Poetry. Founded in 1971 as the quarterly OINK!, the publication published 19 issues before changing its name to NEW AMERICAN WRITING and for a time in the 1990s had a print run as high as 6,000 due to large orders from the bookstores like B. Dalton. This issue features poems by Karla Kelsey, G.C. Waldrep, Karla Kelsey, Alexandria Peary, Carolyn Guinzio, Caroline Knox, Cheryl J. Fish, Don Berger, Sandra Simonds, Jaclyn Piudik, Huang Fan translated by Margaret Ross, Karen Garthe, Daniel Tiffany, Calvin Bedient, Norman Fischer, Ales Steger translated by Brian Henry, Amy Pence, and Ian Ganassi, among others.