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Volume 35, Number 3
March/April 2014

The '60s at 50, Part I

Charles B. Harris's Introduction to Focus -- '60s at 50: New Traditions

Ishmael Reed's "Created in the '60s"

Robert Coover's "The '60s at 50"

Curtis White's "Great Yeah to Life"

Carole Maso's "Reading in the '60s"

William Gass's "Birthday Boys"

Richard Powers's "Children of the Revolution"

Feature: Alternative Histories

Ryan Jay Burden reviews Phong Nguyen in Pages from the Textbook of Alternate History

Cay Dollerup reviews Kate Forsyth in The Wild Girl

Beth McDermott reviews Matthew Cooperman and Marius Lehene's Imago for the Fallen World

Feature: Beyond Words

Andrew S. Taylor reviews Anthony Rudolf' Silent Conversations

Terry Dalrymple reviews Davis Jauss's Glossolalia

John Tytell reviews Peter Orlovsky's Peter Orlovsky: A Life in Words

Book Reviews

Jerome Klinkowitz reviews Kurt Vonnegut's We Are What We Pretend to Be

David Galef reviews Bret Anthony Johnston's Remember Me Like This

Karen Craigo reviews Stacy R. Nigliazzo's Scissored Moon

Myrdene Anderson reviews Robert Faulkner's Icelandic Men and Me: Sagas of Singing, Self, and Everyday Life

Dinda L. Gorlée reviews Susan Petrilli's The Self as a Sign, World, and the Other Living Semiotics

Judith Podell reviews Laura Krughoff's My Brother's Name

Jan Garden Castro reviews Billy Collins's Aimless Love

KM Seehaus reviews Alain Arias-Misson's The Man Who Walked on Air

Tom McAllister reviews Adam Berlin's The Number of Missing

Alexander Luft reviews Nathan Deuel's Friday Was the Bomb: Five Years in the Middle East

Saara Myrene Raappana reviews Daniel Nester, ed., The Incredible Sestina Anthology

Heather Treseler reviews J. D. Smith's Labor Day at Venice Beach

Mel Bosworth reviews John Oliver Hodges's The Love Box

Jessica Berger reviews Kathleen Rooney's O, Democracy

Departments

Page 2 - Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "Hardback Justice"

Anastasia Turner's interview with Marilyn Chin

 

Featured Reviews


Jerome Klinkowitz reviews
Kurt Vonnegut's
We Are What We Pretend To Be


David Galef reviews
Bret Anthony Johnston's
Remember Me Like This

 

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