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“My head has always seemed to me like a brightly lit room, full of the most delightful objects,” Thornton Wilder on the Art of Fiction.
Henri Michaux describes (and draws) a bad peyote trip.
Stories by Pati Hill and Terry Southern. Poems by A. Alvarez and Donald Finkel.
Victor Chapin, White Christmas
Pati Hill, Ben
Hughes Rudd, The Fishers
Terry Southern, South's Summer Idyll
A. Alvarez, The Bad Dream and the Photograph
Edgar Bowers, Adam's Song to Heaven
Barney Childs, On the Last Veterans of the Civil War
Donald Finkel, An Aesthetic of Imitation
Robert Layzer, The Sleeping Beauty
Robert Mezey, In the Environs of the Funeral Home
John Miles, Escape Story
Vassar Miller, Love Song for the Future
Will Morgan, The Tennessee Marriage
Herbert Morris, Twenty-Seven
Constance Urdang, The Madman
Harold Witt, The World is White
Henri Michaux, from "Misérable Miracle"