Issue #2 / 3: Various

Issue #2/3: Various

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Issue: 2/3, Various
Fall 1974

Contents:

  • George Chambers / “Accident”
  • Jerry Bumpus / “Desert Matinee”
  • Jean Thompson / “Birds in Air”
  • Wells Teague / “A Reasonable Life”
  • Rosellen Brown / “The Gowanus Liberation Front”
  • C. E. Poverman / “Jade”
  • Gordon Weaver / “At Otto Pfaff’s Inn”
  • Russell Banks / “The Lie”
  • Don Thompson / “The Daughter of Don Quixote”

Interviews:

  • Pat Ensworth and Joe David Bellamy / John Gardner
  • Richard Hauer Costa / Conrad Aiken

Critiques:

  • Lynn McKean / “Where You Write (When You Read): Fiction and the Industry
  • G. E. Murray / “John Gardner”
  • Jerome Klinkowitz / “Dan Wakefield’s Superfiction”
  • Ronald Sukenick / “Reinventing the Novel”
  • Manfred Puetz / “Rudolph Wurlitzer”
  • Raymond M. Olderman / “Stanley Elkin”
  • Joseph Schwartz / “Wright Morris”
  • Harris Dienstfrey / “Raymond Federman”
  • Clarence Major / “New Fiction and Criticism”
  • Adrianne Blue / “Anderson/Stein”
  • Harold D. Hatfield / “Solzhenitsyn”
  • Jerome Klinkowitz / “Access to Fiction”

Poetry:

  • Siv Cedering Fox / “Mother Is”; “Snowy Orchid”; “Solomon’s Seal”; “Terrarium”
  • Tess Gallagher / “The Perfect Sky”

Prose Poems:

  • Clayton Eschleman / “Gargoyles”
  • William Stafford / “Three Prose Poems”
  • Russell Edson / “The Magnificent Journey”
  • William Matthews / “The Tunnel”
  • Michael Benedikt / “The Ancient and Elevating Art of Urine Retention”
  • Gary Snyder / “Two Immortals”
  • Robert Bly / “Hearing Gary Snyder Read”
  • Jerome Rothenberg / “A History of the Jews is First a History of Subscriptions”; “Animal Story”
  • Howard McCord / “The Geography of Ohio”; “The Ethnology of Ohio”
  • Robert Kelly / “A Simple Horn”

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