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May/June 1984

[Vol. 6, No. 4]

 

Letters to the Editors

 

FOCUS: WRITERS VS. ACADEMIA

The Even More Lost Generation by William Harmon


Conditions and Shouts of Alternative Poetry by Jack Collom Academic Poetry: The Term Itself by BarryWallenstein

 

William Joyce reviews Delta Q by Alvin Greenberg and Dance Script with Electric Ballerina by Alice Fulton

 

Intro reviewed by Jairny Gordon

 

Diane Wakoski reviews Original Light by Albert Goldbarth

 

Writing Programs: A Defense by Mark Jay Mirsky

 

On Being Large and Containing Multitudes by Roger Mitchell

 

TALKING BLACK

 

Ted Joans reviews Langston Hughes: Before and Beyond Harlem by Faith Berry

 

Michael Krasny reviews Oxherding Tale by Charles Johnson

 

Willfred D. Samuels Reviews Praisesong for the Widow by Paule Marshall

 

Alvin Aubert reviews Love is not a Consolations; It is a Light by Primus St. John

 

ART AS POLITICS

 

Martin Washburn reviews How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art by Serge Guilbaut and Art-as-Politics by Annette Cox

 

Corinne Robins reviews How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art by Serge Guilbaut and Art-as-Politics by Annette Cox

 

OTHER BOOKS REVIEWED:

Martin Tucker reviews The Common Wilderness by Michael Seide

 

Charlotte M. Meyer reviews Second Crossing by N.A. Diaman

 

Mark Hillringhouse reviews Days & Nights by Kenneth Koch

 

Gilbert Allen reviews The Balthus Poems by Stephen Dobyns

 

Jed Rasula reviews The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley

 

Marianne Hauser reviews Positions with White Roses by Ursule Molinaro

 

Kathleen Baum reviews Shiny Objects by Diane Benedict and Bombs by Randee Russell

 

Keith Abbott reviews The City of Hermits by Gina Covina, Dismay by Eric Maisel, and FUP by Jim Dodge

 

Received and Recommended

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