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“The moment you grab somebody by the lapels and you’ve got something to tell, that’s a real story”: Frank O’Connor on the Art of Fiction.
A pleasure principle and a Calvinist conscience: Angus Wilson defends his characters.
A story by James Blake. Poems by John Hollander and W.S. Merwin.
James Blake, Day of the Alligator
Hughes Rudd, The Bankrupt
John Shepley, Laughing With Grandmother
Angus Wilson, The Art of Fiction No. 20 Full Text
Arthur Boyars, Initial
John Haislip, First Frost
Roger Hecht, The Burden
John Hollander, By the Sea
Jascha Kessler, On Forgetting To Set My Alarm Clock
Laurence D. Lerner, Mimesis
W. S. Merwin, The Frozen Sea
Paul Petrie, After the Funeral
Dachine Rainer, Goodbye Man
John Wain, The New Sun
Elizabeth Faure, Text, Mario Avati Portfolio
Blair Fuller, Text, Robert Winthrop White Portfolio
W. S. Merwin, Flight Home
Mario Avati, Cover, Contents Page, Ten Engravings
Robert Winthrop White, Four Drawings for Sculpture