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November/December 1980
[Vol. 3, No. 1]

Lisette Model: An Aperture Monograph


Goe Cuomo reviews ICP Library of Photographers and Rites of Fall: High School Football in Texas by Lucien Aigner


Photographs by Geoff Winningham, texts by Al Reinert, Don Meredith


David Shapiro reviews The Poet's Encyclopedia by Michael Andre and Erika Rothenberg, ed.


Alice Notley reviews The Morning of the Poem & What’s For Dinner by James Schuyler


Paul Bresslin reviews The fierce Embrace by Charles Molesworth


B.H. Friedman reviews P-Town Stories & Alternate Lives by R.D. Skillings


Letters to the Editors


Donald Phelps reviews Tranquillity Base and Other Stories by Asa Baber and Skin and Bones by Robert Abel


John Tytell reviews Loon Lake by E.L. Doctorow


Carl Malmgren reviews The Chain of Chance by Stanislaw Lem trans. Louis Iribarne, Mortal Engines, and A Perfect Vacuum by Stanislaw Lem Trans. Michael Kandel


Dave Samuelson reviews Their Immortal Hearts by Michael Bishop, Barry Malzberg and Bruce McAllister


Jerome Klinkowitz reviews Little America,

A.K.A.: A Cosmic Fable, and The Time Trip by Rob Swigart


Paul Breslin reviews The Fierce Embrace: A Study of Contemporary American Poetry by Charles Molesworth


Richard Kostelanetz reviews Twigs For an Eagle's Nest by Michael Straight


Frederick Steinway reviews Song For an Equinox by St. John Perse trans Richard Howard


Marianne Hauser reviews Entropisms by Harriet Zinnes


Francis Browne reviews Holy Smoke by Fanny Howe and Mole's Pity by Harold Jaffe


Marjorie Wentworth reviews Amoskeag: Life and Work in and American Factory City by Tamara K. Hareven and Randolph Langenbach, The Run of the Mill by Steve Dunwell, and Call the Darkness Light by Nancy Zaroulis


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