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Volume 29, Number 2
January/February 2008

Charles B. Harris’s “Introduction to the Focus: Famous Last Words”

“100 Best Last Lines from Novels”

James Phelan’s “Completion and Farewell”

Charles Alcorn’s, Mark Amerika’s, Jeffrey R. Di Leo’s, John Domini’s, Brian Evenson’s, Peter Freese’s, Stacey Gottlieb’s, Doug Hesse’s, Paula Koneazny’s, Lance Olsen’s, James Schiff’s, Davis Schneiderman’s, Robert Scholes’s, Susan Strehle’s, Steve Tomasula’s, and Regina Weinreich’s “Famous Last Words: A Congeries of Reflections”

Feature: The Impersonal Essay

J.D. Smith reviews Lia Purpura’s On Looking

Anne McDuffie on Lucia Perillo’s I’ve Heard the Vultures Singing: Field Notes on Poetry, Illness, and Nature

Anis Shivani reviews Anne Fadiman’s At Large and At Small: Familiar Essays

Judith Kitchen reviews Lawrence Weschler’s Everything That Rises: A Book of Convergences

Book Reviews

Walter R. Jacobs reviews S. Torriano Berry’s and Venise T. Berry’s Historical Dictionary of African American Cinema

Maria Damon reviews eds. Elisabeth A. Frost’s and Cynthia Hogue’s Innovative Women Poets: An Anthology of Contemporary Poets and Interviews

Barry Wallenstein reviews Sascha Feinstein’s Ask Me Now: Conversations on Jazz & Literature

Christian Moraru reviews Dumitru Tsepeneag’s (Patrick Camiller, trans.) Vain Art of the Fugue

Laird Hunt reviews Derek White’s Poste Restante

Teresa Carmody reviews Corrina Wycoff’s O Street

Greg Oaks reviews Renee Dodd’s A Cabinet of Wonders

Jessica Murray reviews Albert Goldbarth’s The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems: 1972-2007

Eric L. Ball reviews ed. Robert Root’s Landscapes with Figures: The Nonfiction of Place

Selah Saterstrom reviews Danielle Dutton’s Attempts at a Life

Jim Feast reviews John Olson’s The Night I Dropped Shakespeare on the Cat

Jeff Bursey reviews Gabriel Josipovici’s Everything Passes

Sean Bernard reviews Larry Fondation’s Fish, Soap and Bonds

Danny Rivera reviews Bob Hicok’s This Clumsy Living

Scott Rettberg reviews David Markson’s The Last Novel

Louis McKee reviews David Hilton’s Living Will


Page 2—Jeffrey R. Di Leo’s “Pleasure in the End”

LineOnLine Antonello’s Lion; Table of Forms; A Life Above Water; Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art; Ooga-Booga; and Follies of Science: 20th Century Visions of Our Fantastic Future.


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