Issue Content

Volume 35, Number
May/June 2014

The '60s at 50, Part II

Charles B. Harris's Introduction to Focus -- '60s at 50: Great Books, Great Readers

Brian McHale's "Class of '66"

Marjorie Perloff's "Studying Lit in the '60s"

Tom LeClair reviews Thomas Pynchon's Bleeding Edge

Steven Moore reviews Robert Coover's Brunist Day of Wrath

Jerome Klinkowitz reviews Kurt Vonnegut's Sucker's Portfolio

Stephen J. Burn reviews Richard Powers's Orfeo

Robert L. McLaughlin reviews Joseph McElroy's Cannonball

Feature: Into the Woods

Claudette Bakhtiar reviews Fiona McFarlane's The Night Guest

Christopher X. Shade reviews D. Foy's Made to Break

Christopher Tuthill reviews Ron Riekki, ed., in The Way North

Nathan Deuel reviews David Matlin's Up Fish Creek Road

Kolby Harvey reviews Gabe Durham's Fun Camp

Book Reviews

John Tytell reviews Barry Miles's Call Me Burroughs

Christopher Leise reviews Sergio De La Pava's Personae

Patrick James Dunagan reviews Ronald Johnson's Ark

Cay Dollerup reviews Jack Zipes's The Irresistible Fairy Tale

Roch C. Smith reviews Ben Stolzfus's Cat O' Nine Tails

Eugene Wildman reviews James D. Redwood's Love beneath the Napalm

Alan Birkelback reviews David Bowels's Flower, Song, Dance

Ron Cooper reviews Juan Ochoa's Mariguano

John Griswold reviews Scott McClanahan's Craplachia

Jessica Berger reviews Gregory Robinson's All Movies Love the Moon

Laura Krughoff reviews Rachel Hoffman's Packer and Jack

Stephanie Rauschenbusch reviews Helen Tzagoloff's Listening to the Thunder and Ellen 'Windy' Lytle's Homefront

Gary Lain reviews Mel Freilicher's The Encyclopedia of Rebels

Dinda L. Gorlée reviews Wayne Macauley's The Cook

Departments

Page 2 - Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "There is No Success Like Failure"

 

Featured Reviews


John Tytell reviews
Barry Miles's
Call Me Burroughs


Christopher Leise reviews
Sergio De La Pava's
Personae

 

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