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Vol. 7, No. 2

Volume 7, Number 2
Summer 2003/The Foreign Affairs Issue

Founding Editors Adrienne Brodeur, Francis Ford Coppola

Editor in Chief Tamara Straus

Managing Editor Krista Halverson

Senior Editor Michael Ray

Associate Editor Paul Kramer

Editorial Assistants Anne Bomke, Terri Brown Davidson, Jennye Garibaldi, Sarah Hill, Michelle Neely, Brandi Reissenweber, Amanda Warren

Editorial Board Adrienne Brodeur, Po Bronson, Sylvia Brownrigg, Justine Cook, Michael Fitzgerald, Jilian Gersten, Gary Kamiya, Samantha Schnee, Garth Wingfield

Advisory Board Francis Ford Coppola, John Glusman, William Kennedy, Tom Luddy, Daniel Menaker, Nan Talese

Readers Dave Anderson, Suzanne Barnecut, Tom Bochenek, Daniel Cardozo, Robert Castellano, Scarlett Chidgey, Larry Connolly, Roxanne Davis, Juno DeMelo, David Dennick, Stephanie Dodaro, John Ebert, Christina Ferguson, Dena Fischer, Mark Follman, Jennifer Franet, Gwynn Gacosta, Heather Galles, James Haas, Phil Hilton, Luke Homeres, Farrah Karapetian, Jonathan Kiefer, Stephanie Kolberg, Gary Kushner, Devorah Lauter, Kelilyn McKeever, Jolivette Mecenas, Marie Middleton, Sara Molinaro, Nicole Montalbano, Hannah Moon, Erin Peterson, Elise Proulx, Randall Rabidoux, Janis Robertson, Lisa Rosenberg, Jenn Shreve, Kevin Skaggs, Aurora Soria, Andrew Taylor, Risa Toyama, Tom Treanor, Adad Warda

Copy Editors Naheed Attari, Karla Eoff, Diane Ollis

Guest Designer Eric Baker, Cindy Goldstein, Eric Baker Design Associates, NYC. Passports from the collection of Eric Baker and Chris Cannon.

Publisher Francis Ford Coppola

 

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Information Zoetrope: All-Story is a quarterly literary publication founded in 1997 to explore the intersection of story and art, fiction and film.

Website Zoetrope: All-Story is on the Web at http://www.all-story.com. All-story.com features an online workshop where writers may submit their stories for publication, as well as for critique by other writers.

Submissions Zoetrope: All-Story considers submissions of stories and one-act plays under 7,000 words that are accompanied by an SASE; first serial rights and the right of first negotiation to acquire film rights are required. Screenplays, treatments, and excerpts from larger works are not accepted. Submissions will receive a response within five months. Send to Zoetrope: All-Story, The Sentinel Building, 916 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94133.

Subscriptions To subscribe, return the insert card; access the website at www.all-story.com; or send a written request (with payment) to AZX Publications, The Sentinel Building, 916 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94133. An annual subscription is $19.95 in the United States; $25.95 in Canada and Mexico; $39.95 in all other countries. To place a credit card order, or if you have a problem with your subscription, please call 415-788-7500. Obtain single issues at bookstores, newsstands, or online at www.all-story.com. Back issues are also available through the website.

Advertising For information on advertising rates and schedules, e-mail Advertise@All-Story.com or write to Zoetrope: All-Story, The Sentinel Building, 916 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94133.

Distribution Newsstand distribution is through BigTop Newsstand Services, a division of the IPA. For more information call 415-643-0161, fax 415-643-2983, or e-mail Info@BigTopPubs.com.

Printing Zoetrope: All-Story (ISSN 1091-2495) is printed in the U.S.A. by Lincoln Graphics, Inc. and is published in February, May, August, and November each year by AZX Publications, The Sentinel Building, 916 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94133. Volume 7 Number 2. Summer 2003. Copyright © 2003 by AZX Publications. All rights reserved. No part of this magazine may be reproduced without the express consent of AZX Publications.

Classic Reprint “Sex and Secularity” by Hanif Kureishi © Hanif Kureishi, 2002. First published by Faber & Faber in Collected Screenplays, 2002. "My Son the Fanatic" by Hanif Kureishi © Hanif Kureishi, 1994. First published in The New Yorker; subsequently published by Faber & Faber in Love in a Blue Time, 1997.

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