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1 Chicago Review Volume 25 Number 4 1974
Joyce, Thomas (editor)
Greengold, Jane
University of Chicago Press Chicago, Ilinois, USA 1974
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BZ6 - Chicago Review Volume 25 Number 4 1974. A tight, clean, sound copy with very minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of some light overall rubbing, some lighlty bumped corners, some very light creasing on the front cover, and discoloration (browning). Signed by Diane Ackerman on page 43 and Andrei Codrescu on page 133. Volume 25 no. 4, 1974 issue. This issue contains fiction by John Mella, David Zane Mairowitz, and Judy Miles and essays by Jerome Klinkowitz and William Slaughter. There is poetry by Ellen Wittlinger, Diane Ackerman, John Ashbery, David Hilton, Dorothy Foltz, Peter Wild, Ruth Doty, Barry Schechter, Andrei Codrescu, Betty Adcock, Jules Laforgue, Neil Hackman, and George Bogin. There are also drawings by Anna Campoli, photographs by Mayan Ruins, and reviews by Lenfest, Del Ivan Janik, and Stewart Irvin Oost. Index to volume 25, 155p. SCW09082 
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2 Chicago Review Volume 31 Number 2 Autumn 1979
Gorman, Michael and Maggie Hivnor (editors)
Haksas, Manjula
Chicago Review/University of Chicago Chicago, Ilinois, USA 1979
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BZ6 - Chicago Review Volume 31 Number 2 Autumn 1979. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated blue wraps with minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of some very, very light edge wear around the covers' edges plus there is some light rubbing of the cover overall plus there is some very light soiling on the outside paper edges. This is the volume 32 number 2, fall 1979 issue of a literary quarterly published by the University of Chicago and containing fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews. This issue contains poetry by Peter Wild, Amy Clampitt, and Andrew Schelling, prose by W. S. Di Piero, and an art supplement on the works of Manjula Haksar. Illustrated with black and white reproductions. Contributors, 148p. SCW09048 
Price: 6.00 USD
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3 Colorado Review Volume XV Number 2 Fall Winter 1988
Tremblay, Bill (editor)
Foster, Jim
Department of English/Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado, 80523 1988
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CB1 - Colorado Review Volume XV Number 2 Fall Winter 1988. Minor overall shelf wear. Volume XV No. 2 Fall/Winter, 1988 of a journal of contemporary literature. This issue includes an interview Ron Sukenik and Curtis White. There is an open letter from William Heyen. There is ficiton by David Huddle and Francois Camoin. There is poetry by Holly Prado, Alberta Turner, David McKain, Grace Bauer, Jeanne Lohmann, Kathleen Reddy. There are translations of Yehuda Amichai, Pia Tafdrup, Enrique Huaco, and Lars Gustafsson. There are also reviews of books by Janet Kauffman, Dan Gerber, and Reginald McKnight. The cover art is by Jim Foster. Contributors' notes, 97p. SCW09084 
Price: 6.00 USD
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4 Cottonwood 46 Anne Waldman
Wedge, George F. (editor)
Allard, Tony
Cottonwood Magazine and Press Lawrence, Kansas, USA 1992
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CB2 - A tight, clean, sound copy with very minor overall shelf wear. A tri-quarterly literary journal. This is the Anne Waldman issue with an interview of her. This issue also contains poetry by Charlotte Nekola, Barbara Horton, Ron Schreiber, T. J. Harrison, richard Nester, Antony Oldknow, Richard Cummins, Steve Peeples, and Kevin Boyle. There is also fiction by Harry Voltanowski, Michael W. Young, Michael Barrett, J. Morris, and Earl C. Pike. There are also reviews of Dan Martin, Denise Low, and Donn Irving Blevins. This issue contains graphics by Ann Pearce and the covers are by James Pearce. Contributors' notes, 92p. SCW09055 
Price: 4.00 USD
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5 Cottonwood 49 Gloria Vando
Wedge, George F. (editor)
Turner, Lana E.
Cottonwood Magazine and Press Lawrence, Kansas, USA 1994
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CB2 - A tight, clean, sound copy with very minor overall shelf wear. A tri-quarterly literary journal. This is the Gloria Vando with an interview of her as well as a selection of her poetry. There is also poetry by Kiel Christianson, Sally Allen McNall, Raylene Hinz-Penner, Lauri Anne Whitt, Carol Tufts, robert Cooperman, Blythe Nobleman, Lyn Lifshin, Jill Divine, and Laura Stangel Schmidt. There is fiction by Deborah Artman, Tereze Glück, Thomas Fox Averill, Leslie Pietrzyk, and Laurel DiGangi. There are reviews by Charles Plymell and Brian Daldorph. There is also pencil-and-paper artwork by Lana E. Turner. SCW09053 
Price: 4.00 USD
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6 Mid-American Review Volume X Number 1 Fall 1989
Letko, Ken (editor)
Broad, Deborah Mae
Bowling Green State University Popular Press Bowling Green, Ohio, USA 1989
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BX5 - Mid-American Review Volume X Number 1 Fall 1989. A trade paperback book in good+ condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in black and white drawing illustrated green wraps with minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of some fading of the spine and along the front and back spine edges. This is the 13th in the Mid-American Review Translation Chapbook Series. This issue contains Poems from the Hungarian translated by Len Roberts. There are essays by Daryl W. Palmer, Rochelle Nameroff, Lee Upton, and Cid Corman. There are book reviews by Cid Corman, Jim Barnes, and Gloria Whelan as well as "Gardening the Skies: the Missouri Writer's Biennial Anthology" edited by Michael Anania. Cumulative index of issues volume I number 1 through volume IX number 2, 246p. SCW09073 
Price: 4.00 USD
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7 Northwest Review Volume XXVII Number 3 1989
Witte, John (editor)

University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon, USA 1989
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BC4 - Northwest Review Volume XXVII Number 3 1989. A tight, clean, sound copy in monochrome illustrated white wraps with very minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of some moderate rubbing overall. This is the volume XXVII number 3 1989 issue of a tri-annual journal of literature, the arts and culture published by the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. This issue contains a letter by J. D. Brown. There is short fiction by Nance Van Winckel, Jo Van Arkel, Dave Kress, and Lee Durkee. There is poetry by Louise Erdrich, Floyd Skloot, Albert Goldbarth, R. D. King, Burl Barr, Jay A. Blumenthal, and Lou Lipsitz. There is an artist book ("Photogrphs from the Soviet Union") by Karim Khamzin and reviews of artists' books by George Gessert. There are essays and reviews by Beth Bentley, Kevin Oderman, Harold P. Simonson, Marilyn R. Chandler, Lynn Domina, and Sesshu Foster. There is a travel piece by J. D Brown. There is also a section of recommended titles. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Contributors' notes, 166p. SCW09088 
Price: 6.00 USD
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8 Northwest Review Volume XXVIII Number 2 1990
Witte, John (editor)

University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon, USA 1989
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BC4 - Northwest Review Volume XXVIII Number 2 1990. A tight, clean, sound copy in monochrome illustrated white wraps with very minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of some moderate rubbing overall. This is the volume XXVIII number 2 1990 issue of a tri-annual journal of literature, the arts and culture published by the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. This issue contains letters by Jim Heynen, Christopher Howell, James B. Hall, Sam Hamill, Benjamin Alterman, and George Gessert. There is a statement by the leadership of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival regarding its rejection of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. There is short fiction by Charles Marvin, Meredith Rose, Amber Dorko, and Stephen Dixon. There is poetry by Sue Teigen, Patricia Machmiller, Pat Hutchings, Cory Brown, Carol Frost, R. D. King, Richard Dankleff, Peter Sears, Leo Romero, and Fred Muratori. There is an artist book by Phillip Galgiani as well as reviews of artists' books by George Gessert. There are essays and reviews by Lisa Knopp, Frank Miele, Stephen R. Jones, George Gessert, Richard Holinger, and Sesshu Foster. There is a Writer Abroad travel article by Michael Kowalewski. There is also a section of recommended titles. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Contributors' notes, 159p. SCW09087 
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9 Northwest Review Volume XXXI Number 1 1993
Witte, John (editor)
Moore, Elaine A.
University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon, USA 1993
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BC4 - Northwest Review Volume XXXI Number 1 1993. A tight, clean, sound copy in monochrome illustrated ivory wraps with very minor overall shelf wear primarily in the form of some light fading on the spine, along the spine edges, and along the front and back covers' top edges plus there is some light scattered rubbing. This is the volume XXXI number 1 1992 issue of a tri-annual journal of literature, the arts and culture published by the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. This issue contains fiction by Amber Dorko, Kate Gadbow, and Richard Berman. There is poetry by Brigit Pegeen Kelly, Floyd Skloot, Elizabeth Cohen, Peter Sears, Denise Pendleton, Mark Nowak, Mark Halperin, and Kim Addonizio. There is a translation supplement with works by Reinhold Grimm and Hans Magnus Enzensberger. There is art by Elaine A. Moore, including the cover illustration. There are essays and reviews by Fred Setterberg, Kathleen Dean Moore, Sesshu Foster, Lynn Domina, and Michael Martone. There is also a section of recommended titles. Illustrated with black and white drawings. Contributors' notes, 132p. SCW09090 
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The Gettysburg Review Volume 5 Number 4 Autumn 1992, Stitt, Peter (editor)
10 The Gettysburg Review Volume 5 Number 4 Autumn 1992
Stitt, Peter (editor)

Gettysburg College Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA 1992
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CF4 - The Gettysburg Review Volume 5 Number 4 Autumn 1992. A tight, clean, sound copy in color illustrated gray wraps with very minor overall shelf wear. Signed by Steven G.Kellman on his story page. This is a volume 5, number 4, Autumn 1992, "Travel and Exotic Places" issue of a literary quarterly journal published by Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This issue includes essays and essay-reviews by Josip Novakovich, Reg Saner, Wade Davis, Steven G. Kellman, Scott Russell Sanders, Kathleen Norris, and Bonnie Costello. It also includes fiction by Thomas E. Kennedy, Alberto Alvaro Ríos, Jay Neugeboren, and Askold Melnyczuk. It also includes poetry by Jean Nanzen, Michael Burkard, Howard Levy, Dan Masterson, Alane rollings, William Trowbridge, Linda Pastan, Albert Goldbarth, Nanve Van Winckel, Thomas Reiter, Michael Heffernan, J. P. White, and Ralph Black. This issue also includes 8 color reproductions of paintings by Michael Chapman. Cumulative pagination from pages 561 through 760. Notes on contributors, index, 200p. SCW08992 
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