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McSweeney's Sixty Two

Ever changing, each issue of the quarterly is completely redesigned (there has been an issue with two spines, an issue with a magnetic binding, an issue that looked like a bundle of junk mail) but always brings you the very best in new literary fiction. Recent McSweeney's stories have won or been shortlisted for the National Magazine Award, the Pushcart Prize, The Caine Prize for African Literature, and been included in various Best American anthologies among other honors.

McSweeney’s 62: The Queer Fiction Issue collects absurd, bold, bleak, humorous, and astonishing works of fiction and art by queer writers of all orientations. Inside this luxurious hardcover, you’ll find stories about storm chasers and Colombian supermodels, about talking plants and DIY bands and camboys and encounters with the dead. Contributors include Bryan Washington, Eileen Myles, Kristen Arnett, Sarah Gerard, Juli Delgado Lopera, Gabby Bellot, Denne Michele, Emma Copley Eisenberg, K-Ming Chang, and many more, with dazzling full-color illustrations throughout by Derek Abella. Guest-edited and featuring an introduction by Patrick Cottrell, and filled to a surfeit with letters, stories, and dazzling full-color comics and art, you’ll be jealously hoarding this collection for decades to come.



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