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What does QQ stand for?

QQ stands for Queen's Quarterly

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and now sightless i watch the patient moon who watches me, her hair as black as mother aataentsic's hair and white beads hung on her lovely neck and wrists, watching me, when all i am is something gliding over the pressed path of snow, closer each hour and closer to my sainte-marie Tim Prior is a Toronto-based teacher and poet whose work has appeared in a variety of Canadian literary journals including The Antigonish Review, Canadian Literature, CV2, The Fiddlehead, Grain, Quarry, Queen's Quarterly and Toronto Review of Contemporary Writing Abroad.
His poems have appeared in over 100 magazines and anthologies, including the Nation, the Sun, Michigan Quarterly Review, Queen's Quarterly, Poetry Salzburg Review, Commonweal, Rattle, Urthona, and European Judaism.
Rosemary Clewes's poems have appeared or will appear in Queen's Quarterly, Arc, Grain, Dalhousie Review and Malahat Review, for which she received a nomination for a National Magazine Award.
Ian Burgham's poems have been published in dAN-Delion, Queen's Quarterly, Scottish Arts Journal and Harpweaver.
MARTIN's poetry has appeared previously in the Queen's Quarterly as well as Arc, The Antigonish Review, Canadian Literature, Crux, The Fiddlehead, Grail, and Windsor Review.
Ian Burgham's poems have been published in dAN-Delion, Queen's Quarterly, Scottish Arts Journal and Harpweaver.
Naturally we were delighted when, only weeks ago, Robert Fulford was awarded a gold medal at the National Magazine Awards gala for last year's series of essays in Queen's Quarterly.