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Fugue is an American literary magazine based out of the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. The journal was founded in 1990 under the editorship of J.C. Hendee. It publishes fiction, essays and poetry twice each year.
- Kathy Acker
- Jacob M. Appel
- Samuel R. Delany
- Stephen Dobyns
- Stephen Dunn
- Raymond Federman
- Brenda Hillman
- W.S. Merwin
- Sharon Olds
- James Reiss
- Pattiann Rogers
- Virgil Suarez
- Robert Wrigley
- Charles Baxter
Honors and awards
- Fred Bahnson's essay "Climbing the Sphinx" (issue #30) was reprinted in Best American Spiritual Writing 2007.
- Cary Holladay's story "The Burning" (issue #28) was reprinted in New Stories from the South.
- Floyd Skloot's essay "A Stable State" (issue #29) was selected as a "Notable Essay" in Best American Essays 2005.
- Becky Hagenston's story "Vines" (issue #26) received Special Mention in Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses XXIX.
- "Fugue". Poets and Writers. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
- Fugue Homepage
- Fugue Literary Journal Digital Collection -- part of the University of Idaho Library Digital Initiatives
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