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September/October 1980
[Vol. 2, No. 6]

 

 

 

Lindy Hough Reviews More Than Meat Joy by Carolee Schneemann

 

Diane Wakoski Reviewed The Bus to Veracruz by Richard Shelton

 

Mark Jarman Reviews The Strength of Fields by James Dickey

 

Focus: The State of the Language

 

Edmund L. Epstein Reviews The State of the Language by Leonard Michaels and Christopher Ricks eds.

 

Steve Benson Reviews The Invention of Hunger by Rae Armantrout

 

Douglas Messerli Reviews Secret History of the Dividing Line by Susan Howe

 

Arlene Stone Reviews Rye Bread: Women Poets Rising by Stacy Tuthill ed., Orninary Women (Mujeres Comunes)

by Particia Jones, Sara Miles, Fay Chang, and Sandra Esteves eds., and Cameos by Felice Newman

 

 

Focus: Black Fiction

 

 

Susan Blake reviews Infants of the Spring by Wallace Thurman, Mules and Men and Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

 

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. reviews Myths of Oppression

And The Joys of Motherhood by Buchi Emecheta

Joan Silber reviews The Salt Eaters by Toni Cade Bambara

 

Addison Gayle reviewed Love Story Black by William Demby

 

Mark Kirshen reviews Herakleitos and Diogenes by Guy Davenport trans.

 

Barry Wallenstein reviews Full Summer by Fredrick Buell and The Room Where Summer Ends by Peter Cooley

 

Janet Rodney reviews The Volcanoes of Puebla by Kenneth Gangemi and Zócalo by Daphne Marlatt

 

Paul Kahn reviews Spring Trances in the Control Emerald Night by Christopher Dewdney

Cornelia Veenendaal reviews A Journey Whose Bones are Mine by Rebecca Newth

 

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