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"When people tell me of the exotic trips they have taken across the country, or around the world, some of which I have had the good fortune to take as well, it is always to the Adirondacks that my heart returns."

— Frank Attanasia
The Adirondack Review
ISSN: 1533-2063
The Adirondack Review is a publication of Black Lawrence Press
The Adirondack Review:  An On-line Quarterly of Literature and the Arts
Summer 2009

Volume X
No. 1
Books
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Poetry
Fiction
Reviews
Rebecca Givens
The Oracle Encounters Competing Myths
Leslie Contreras
My Grandfather Thinks He's In WWII, Germany
Colleen Harris
I Want a Man
Allan Johnston
Faust Descends
John Slater
The Amazing Spiral Staircase of the Loreto Chapel, Sante Fe New Mexico
Uriah Oxford
People Are Talking
Uriah Oxford
A Painter Named Henri
George Spencer
Improving Relationships and Dieting
A Night in the Cemetery by Anton Chekhov
Reviewed by Evan Hanczor
Life As It Is by Nelson Rodrigues
Reviewed by K. T. Mitchell
Amalie in Orbit by Gloria DeVidas Kirchheimer
Reviewed by Michael Buozis
Body Language by Mark Cunningham
Reviewed by Stephen Karl
Bathe in it Or Sleep by Kim Triedman
Reviewed by Aparna Sanyal
Two Minutes of Light by Nancy Pearson
Reviewed by Allison Elliott
Rising, Falling, Hovering by C. D. Wright
Reviewed by Anis Shivani
Nate Beyer
The Biggest Dick in the World

Molly Power
Unsuitable
B.J. Hollars
Mix Tape: Vol. 2
Inherent Vice by Thomas Pynchon
Reviewed by Patrick W. Gallagher
Josh Green
Clarity

Anya Yurchyshyn
Boeuf Bourguignon

Michael Sarnowski
Thawing the Bones
A Bridge Back by Patrick M. Garry
Reviewed by Jake Davis
WINNER
FINALISTS
The Adirondack Review is pleased to announce the winner and finalists of the 2008 Photography Contest
The Adirondack Review Photography Contest
Edwina Williams: Bactrian Camel Portrait  The Gobi, Mongolia
Joe Flood: Rose Runs
Mary Doyle: N the World
Mary Doyle: Bottle Tree
"Bactrian Camel Portrait " by Edwina Williams
WINNER of the 2008 Adirondack Review Photography Contest
About the Winner
EDWINA WILLIAMS is an anthropologist and a writer of creative nonfiction. Though her original specialization was in Mesoamerican archaeology, at present her main interest is in Tibetan studies. Throughout her travels in Mesoamerica, South America, and most recently in China, Tibet, and Mongolia, she has pursued photography, focusing upon nature and culture.