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Truman Capote on recognizing a good story, overcoming a snake’s nest of no’s, and barracuda ethics.
“It was like going back to the age of twelve, going fishing and all that”: Robert Penn Warren on early attempts at fiction, southern writers, and American history.
A story by Junichiro Tanizaki. Poems by Donald Justice and Philip Levine.
William Fifield, Summerhill Madhouse
Marvin Schiller, Les Saltimbanques
Junichiro Tanizaki, The Victim
Truman Capote, The Art of Fiction No. 17 Full Text
Robert Bly, The Man Whom the Sea Kept Awake
Henri Coulette, Antony and Cleopatra
Richard Elman, Confession to E
John Fairfax, Call Up
Charles Gullans, Narcissus
Theodore Holmes, A Farmer's Getting Up
Donald Justice, Sestina
Philip Levine, Two Poems
Robert Mezey, Equatorial
Stephen Orgel, Two Poems
Paul Petrie, Pegasus: A Comedy in Eight Scenes
Wesley Trimpi, Oedipus to the Oracle
Christopher Rand, Buddha's Anniversary
Tom Keogh, Keogh on Jazz—Seven Drawings
Roger Vieillard, Elements—Six Engravings