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NEO 11
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ISSN: 1645-3913-11
Format: Paperback, 192pp
Dimensions: 17mm x 210mm x 150mm

Contributors include several award-winning authors, among them Peter Makuck, Paulo da Costa, Bjarte Breiteig, Chris Dombrowski, Darrell Kastin, Supriya Bhatnagar, Tom Crawford, William Trowbridge, Julie Drew, Pedro Chagas Freitas, Augusto Carlos, Jorge Vaz de Carvalho, and Paula de Sousa Lima. A complete author list, along with contents and contributors' notes, will be released soon.



NEO 10

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ISSN: 1645-3913-10
Format: Paperback, 176pp
Dimensions: 16mm x 210mm x 150mm

NEO 10 features new work from several award-winning authors, among them Augusto Carlos, Betty Adcock, Bjarte Breiteig, Chris Dombrowski, Darrell Kastin, Devin Murphy, João de Mancelos, Jorge Vaz de Carvalho, Judith Harris, Michael McGriff, Paula de Sousa Lima, Paulo Borges, Sheryl Noethe, and William Heyen. For a complete listing:

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NEO 9

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ISSN: 1645-3913-09
Format: Paperback, 176pp
Dimensions: 16mm x 210mm x 150mm

Among the contributors in NEO 9 are North American authors David Yezzi, Anthony De Sa, Philip Memmer, Sam Pereira, Jill Beauchesne, Nathan Bartel, and Youna Kwak; Norwegian author Bjarte Breiteig; and Portuguese authors Ângelo Rodrigues, Bruno Carvalho, João de Mancelos, Jorge Vaz de Carvalho, José Maria de Aguiar Carreiro, Nuno Júdice, Paula de Sousa Lima, Rogério Sousa, Rosa Lobato de Faria, Sónia Bettencourt, and Victor Rui Dores. For a complete listing:

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NEO 8


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ISSN: 1645-3913-08
Format: Paperback, 160pp
Dimensions: 15mm x 210mm x 150mm

NEO 8 features new work from several award-winning poets and writers. Among the contributors are North American authors Dara Wier, Frank X. Gaspar, Henrietta Goodman, Brandon Shimoda, Miles Waggener, Pit Menousek Pinegar, and Eduardo Bettencourt Pinto; Norwegian author Bjarte Breiteig; Spanish author Juan Carlos de Sancho; and Portuguese authors Rosa Lobato de Faria, Eduardo Brum, Urbano Bettencourt, Gabriela Funk, Paula de Sousa Lima, Daniel de Sá, Mário Cabral, and LabJovem winners Judite Fernandes, Rui Pedro Santos, and Daniel Gonçalves.

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NEO 7

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ISSN: 1645-3913-07
Format: Paperback, 160pp
Dimensions: 15mm x 210mm x 150mm

NEO 7 is an “in memoriam” issue dedicated to North American poet Patricia Goedicke, who passed away in the summer of 2006. She is the author of thirteen books of poetry. Her last, The Baseball Field at Night, was published posthumously by Lost Horse Press in February 2008. Other titles include As Earth Begins to End (recognized as one of the top ten poetry books of the year in 2000 by the American Library Association), Invisible Horses, Paul Bunyan’s Bearskin, The Tongues We Speak (a New York Times Notable Book of the Year in 1990), The Wind of Our Going, Crossing the Same River, The Dog That Was Barking Yesterday, The Trail That Turns on Itself, and Between Oceans. She received numerous awards and honors for her poetry, among them a Rockefeller Residency at its Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio (Italy), a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship, a Pushcart Prize, the William Carlos Williams Prize, the 1987 Caroline Kizer Prize, the Hohenberg Award, the 1992 Edward Stanley Award from Prairie Schooner, the 2002 Chad Walsh Poetry Prize from Beloit Poetry Journal, and more recently, the H.G. Merriam Award for distinguished contribution to the state’s literature by a Montana author. She also taught for 25 years in the prestigious MFA Creative Writing Program at the University of Montana. Featured in NEO 7 are poems from a few of her MFA students (who have since published widely), along with essays/recollections of Patricia, and selected poems.

Also featured in NEO 7 are stories from David Allan Cates, author of the novels X out of Wonderland and Hunger in America, a New York Times Notable Book; stories from Paulo da Costa, whose first book of fiction, The Scent of a Lie, received the 2003 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book in the Caribbean & Canada region; and poems from Betty Adcock, author of five books of poetry, most recently Intervale: New and Selected Poems, a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Prize as well as co-winner of the 2003 Poets’ Prize. Her sixth volume of poems, Slantwise, is forthcoming from LSU Press next year. Among the regional authors are Ivo Machado (poems), Paula de Sousa Lima (stories), Rogério Sousa (story), and Sónia Bettencourt (story).




NEO 6

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ISSN: 1645-3913-06
Format: Paperback, 144pp
Dimensions: 13mm x 210mm x 150mm

NEO 6 features new fiction and poetry from several award-winning authors. Among the 144 pages are poems from Patricia Goedicke, Colette Inez and José do Carmo Francisco, along with fiction from Peter Makuck, Luke Whisnant, Mário Cabral and noir novelist Allan Guthrie. For a complete list of authors, see the table of contents and contributors’ notes.



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