Series: McSweeney's Quarterly Concern

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McSweeney's No.1 by Dave Eggers1
McSweeney's No. 2 by Dave Eggers2
McSweeney's No. 3 by McSweeney's3
McSweeney's Nos. 1-3 by Dave Eggers1-3
McSweeney's No. 4: Trying, Trying, Trying, Trying, Trying by Dave Eggers4
McSweeney's No. 5 by Dave Eggers5
McSweeney's No. 6 by Dave Eggers6
McSweeney's No. 7 by Dave Eggers7
McSweeney's 8 by Paul Maliszewski8
McSweeney's No. 9: Efflorescence by Dave Eggers9
McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales by Michael Chabon10
McSweeney's No. 11: It Can Be Free by Dave Eggers11
McSweeney's No. 12: Unpublished, Unknown, &/or Unbelievable by Dave Eggers12
McSweeney's No. 13 by Dave Eggers13
McSweeney's At War for the Foreseeable Future and He's Never Been so Scared (Quarterly Concern Issue 14) by Dave Eggers14
McSweeney's Issue 16 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers15
McSweeney's No. 15: The Icelandic Issue by Dave Eggers15
McSweeney's No. 17: Made to Look Like It Came in Your Mailbox by Dave Eggers17
McSweeney's No. 18: Old Facts, New Fiction, & a Novella by T.C. Boyle by Dave Eggers18
McSweeney's No. 19 by Dave Eggers19
McSweeney's No. 20 by Dave Eggers20
McSweeney's No. 21 by Dave Eggers21
McSweeney's Issue 22 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers22
McSweeney's Issue 23 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers23
McSweeney's No. 24: Trouble/Come Back, Donald Barthelme by Dave Eggers24
McSweeney's Issue 25 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers25
McSweeney's Issue 26 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) Three Part Book Set by Dave Eggers26
McSweeney's Issue 27 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) (No. 27) by Dave Eggers27
McSweeney's Issue 28 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers28
McSweeney's Issue 29 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers29
McSweeney's Issue 30 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers30
McSweeney's Issue 31 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers31
McSweeney's Issue 32 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers32
McSweeney's, No. 33: The San Francisco Panorama by Dave Eggers33
McSweeney's Issue 34 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers34
McSweeney's Issue 35 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers35
McSweeney's, Issue 36 by Dave Eggers36
McSweeney's Issue 37 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers37
McSweeney's Issue 38 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers38
McSweeney's Issue 39 by Dave Eggers39
McSweeney's Issue 40 (McSweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers40
McSweeney's Issue 41 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers41
McSweeney's No. 42: Multiples by Dave Eggers42
McSweeney's No. 43 by Dave Eggers43
McSweeney's Issue 44 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers44
McSweeney's Issue 45 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers45
McSweeney's Issue 46 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers46
McSweeney's Issue 47 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers47
McSweeney's Issue 48 (Mcsweeney's Quarterly Concern) by Dave Eggers48
McSweeney's No. 49 by Dave Eggers49

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From McSweeney's Store: "McSweeney's Quarterly Concern publishes on a roughly quarterly schedule, and we try to make each issue very different from the last. One issue came in a box, one was Icelandic, and one looks like a pile of mail. In all, we give you ground- breaking fiction and much more."

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