Kathryn Rhett on finding the personal writings left behind by dead authors, Nigel Gearing on class reunions, Chris Thornton on contemporary Egypt, and a conversation with Richard Ford.
Charles Johnson on literary culture and writing workshops; Charlene Fix on Death of a Salesman; Lisa Lieberman on Hans Christian Anderson; conversations with Sandra Cisneros and Arthur Miller Fiction by Jane Gillette, John Allman Poetry by Gary Soto, Bob Hicok, Diana Fox, Arthur Vogelsang, Peter
This issue contains writings about the territory of China–its people, its ways of thinking, its arts and media, its politics and social conditions. It also examines the presence of China in the imagination and behaviors of the Chinese diaspora, especially in the U.S. Edited by Laurence Goldstein.
Anne Goldman on Saul Bellow; Jeffrey Meyers on Marilyn Monroe; Pamela Haag on women’s politics; a personal essay by Herbert Gold; and Don lago on the discoverer of Pluto.
Fiction by Danielle Lazarin and Susan Hahn.
Poetry by Mary Oliver, Charles Harper Webb, Jessica Garratt, Albert Goldbarth, Denise Duhamel, Richard Tillinghast, Daniel Tobin, and Mark Halliday.
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