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Slipstream (magazine)

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OriginNiagara Falls, NY, USA
GenresLiterary Press, poetry
Years active1980–present

Slipstream is a literary press, founded in 1980 in Niagara Falls, New York, that publishes poetry and short fiction by both new and established writers. Charles Bukowski, Sherman Alexie, Gerald Locklin, Wanda Coleman, Lyn Lifshin, David Chorlton, J.P. Dancing Bear, and Terry Godbey are among the many writers whose work has appeared in the pages of Slipstream magazine. The press also publishes books of poetry by individual writers.

The editors of Slipstream are Robert Borgatti, Dan Sicoli, and Livio Farallo.[1]

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