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March/April 1981
[Vol. 3, No. 3]

 

Donna Brook reviews Triangles In the Afternoon and

Tulsa Kid by Ron Padgett

 

Barry Wallenstein reviews String Too Short to Be Saved by Donald Hall

 

Robert Peters reviews The National Poetry Series by

Ronald Perry; Joseph Langland; Wend Salinger; Sterling Brown; Roberta Spear

 

Thomal Meyer reviews Lorca/Blackburn and Against the Silences by Paul Blackburn

 

Ronald Sukenick reviews Literature Against Itself: Literary Ideas in Modern Society by Gerald Graff

 

More Than Meets the Eye Meets the Eye

Steve Katz reviews Deciphering America by Michael Gibbs ed., The Projectivist Imagination by Richard Connolly, and The Book of Tales by Paul Zelevansky

 

Roger Mitchell reviews U.S. Dept. of the Interior by Paul Metcalf

 

Harry Mathews Reviews Country Cooking and Other Stories by Welch D. Everman

 

Susan Willis reviews Season of Adventure by George Lamming

 

Susan Quist reviews The Heart Never Fits its Wanting by Lee K. Abbott, Jr.

 

Raymond Federman reviews Company by Samuel Beckett

 

Gary Arpin reviews Selected Poems: The Foibles and Fables of an Abstract Man by Edwin Honig

 

Ruby Riemer reviews Plum Gut by Thomas Frosch

 

Charles Caramello reviews The Voice in the Closet/ La Voix Dans Le Cabinet De Debarras by Ramond Federman, with “Echos”

 

James Knowlton reviews How German Is It? by Walter Abish

 

Jerome Klinkowitz reviews OLT, Corroboree, Lydia/Corroboree, The Interceptor Pilot , The Volcanoes of Puebla by Kenneth Gangemi

 

 

Rob Swigart reviews Still Life With Woodpecker by Tom Robbins and The Tokyo-Montana Express by Richard Brautigan

 

 

Don Skiles reviews Chez Charlotte and Emily and The Return of Service by Jonathan Baubmach

 

The Fictoid Ionesco

Arias-Misson reviews The Hermit by Eugine Ionesco

 

Andrei Codrescu reviews The Egghead Republic: A Short Novel from the Horse Latitudes by Arno Schmidt, trans. Michael Horovitz

 

Douglas Messerli reviews Ryder by Djuna Barnes

 

Marl Axelrod reviews Bathers by Robert Steiner,

Abstract Relations by Thomas E. Connors, and Fly Away Home by Mayr Hedin

 

Michael Davidson reviews Text-Sounds Texts by Richard Kostelanetz

 

Stephen C. Foster reviews Exhaustive Parallel Intervals by Richard Kostelanetz

 

Leo Hamalian reviews Earthly Powers by Anthony Burgess

 

George Blecher reviews A Winter’s Day: The First part of a story which teaches that a man who will not look forward and cannot look backward should look out. by Henrik Tikkanen trans. Mary Sandbach

 

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