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Volume 36, Number 3
March/April 2015

Prison Writing

Justin Gifford's Introduction to Focus: Prison Writing

H. Bruce Franklin's "Prison Literature, Then and Now"

Matthew Teutstch reviews Vern E. Smith's The Jones Men

Davu Seru's "A Manifesto on African American Prison Literature"

Frankie Y.Bailey reviews Madeleine Gavin's What I Want My Words To Do To You

Dennis Dworkin's "The Prison Reflections of Antonio Gramsci"

Feature: Journey to the End of Life; On Writers and Critics

John Tytell reviews Forrest Gander's The Trace

Christopher Leise reviews Dimitri Anastasopoulos' Farm for Mutes

Rae Muhlstock reviews Julia Elliott's The Wilds

Daniel Rosenberg Nutters reviews Robert T. Tally Jr.'s Fredric Jameson: The Project of Dialectical Criticism

Hassan Melehy reviews Jorge García-Robles and Daniel C. Schecter's, trans. The Stray Bullet: William S. Burroughs in Mexico

Vanessa Loh reviews Jean Mills' Virginia Woolf,Jane Ellen Harrison, and the Sprit of Modernist Classicism

J. T. Barbarese reviews A. David Moody's Ezra Pound: Poet, A Portrait of the Man and His Work, Volume II, The Epic Years 1921-1939

Book Reviews

Brianna Noll reviews Phillip Herter's The Fabulous Shadow

E. Ethelbert Miller reviews Gabriel Fried's,ed. Heart of the Order: Baseball Poems

Jim Higgins reviews Damien Lincoln Ober's Doctor Benjamin Franklin's Dream America

Helane Levine-Keating reviews Alan Zeigler's, ed. Shirt: An International Anthology of Five Centuries of Short-Short Stories,Prose Poems, Short Essays, and OTher Short Prose Forms

Joseph D. Haske reviews Harold Jaffe's Othello Blues

Saara Myrene Raappana reviews Mary McMyne's Wolf Skin

Daniel M. Mendoza reviews William Hastings', ed. Stray Dogs: Writing from the Other America

Sarah White reviews Neil Shepard's Hominid UP

Benjamin Schreier reviews Jean Luc-Nancy's Identity: Fragments, Frankness

Marc Jampole reviews Mark Weiss'As Luck Would Have It

George Murphy reviews George Held's Culling: New & Selected Nature Poems

Vilmos Voigt reviews Mikko Salmela's True Emotions


Page 2 - Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "The Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Self-Publishing in America II"

From Our Own - Marc C. Conner reviews Charles Johnson & Elisheba Johnson's THe Adventures of Emery Jones, Boy Science Wonder: The Hard Problem

Scenes - Arte Público Press: An Interview with Marina Tristán


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