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“I think the best regimen is to get up early, insult yourself a bit in the shaving-mirror, and then pretend you’re cutting wood”: An interview with Lawrence Durrell.
Stories by Samuel Blazer, Cecil Dawkins, and William Styron. Poems by James Dickey and David Ferry.
Cecil Dawkins, The Buffalo Ranch Full Text
B. Singer Bentley, Honesty
Henri Coulette, Evening in the Park
Lila de Nobili, Times Square
James Dickey, Mindoro, 1944
David Ferry, Learning from History
Theodore Holmes, The People of Ilion
Carolyn Kizer, On Rising from the Dead
Harold Norse, An Episode from Procopius
Donald Petersen, Triptych
Erroll Pritchard, A Conundrum for the Bone-Collector
William Stafford, Love the Butcher Bird Lurks Everywhere