Archive for the ‘Vol. 16’ Category

(publication date 2000)



Albert Cook, “New Musics in Poetry: The Senses of Sound”

Meredith Miller, “These Mummies Must Be Handled Carefully: Domination, Appropriation, and Cultural Origins in Marianne Moore’s Egypts”

Elizabeth Willis, “‘All This Very Queer Knowledge’; Or, From Ornament to Ontology: The Gender and Dualism of the Modernist ‘New'”

David Clippinger, “The Act and Place of Poetry: William Bronk’s Our Selves

Judith Halden-Sullivan, “Poetry, Language, Thought: The Verse of Stephen Ratcliffe”

Joseph Arsenault and Tony Brinkley, ‘Traumatized Words, Trees, A Farmhouse: In Response to The Angel of History


Dennis Ryan (William Bronk, Selected Poems, ed. Henry Weinfield)

Jack Kimball (Burt Kimmelman, The “Winter Mind”: William Bronk and American Letters)

Lynn Keller (Jed Rasula, The American Poetry Wax Museum: Reality Effects, 1940-1990)

Timonthy Materer (Marjorie Perloff, Wittgenstein’s Ladder: Poetic Language and the Strangeness of the Ordinary)

Hugh Witemeyer (Zhaoming Qian, Orientalism and Modernism: The Legacy of China in Pound and Williams)

Alec Marsh (Daniel Morris, The Writings of William Carlos Williams: Publicity for the Self)

Jesse Wolfe (Robin G. Schulze, The Web of Friendship: Marianne Moore and Wallace Stevens)

Alec Marsh (Jayne E. Marek, Women Editing Modernism: “Little” Magazines & Literary History)

Mark Morrisson (Keith Tuma, Fishing by Obstinate Isles: Modern and Postmodern British Poetry and American Readers)

Cover photograph by Michael Alpert.

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SPRING and FALL 1997
(publication date 1999)

Special Issue
Over West: Selected Writings of Frederick Eckman

Edited by Linda Wagner-Martin and David Adams


Linda Wagner-Martin, “Introduction”

Frederick Eckman, “Selected Poems”

Frederick Eckman, “Selected Prose”

Tributes and Commentaries

Felix Stefanile, “The Frederick Eckman I Knew”

James L. Weil, “Poem Between Poems”

Hazard Adams, “The Wizard of Continental”

Alice Rethinger Watson, “Outside the Stained-Glass Windows, Looking In: Religious Elements in the Poetry of Frederick Eckman”

Cid Corman, “Something for Nothing”

Dave Oliphant, “Essay in Search of an Author”

Carol J. Pierman, “A Fantastic Way of Life: The Poetry and Place of Frederick Eckman”

John Henry Irsfeld, “Of Guns and Poetry”

Simon Perchik, “Confession”

Gena Ford, “Thinking of Fred Eckman”

Maxine Cassin, “From Fred’s Folder”

Theodore Enslin, “Notes Towards a Beginning”

T. D. Nostwich, “Some Reflections on Fred Eckman and His Poetry”

Horace Coleman, “The Continental Man”

Harald Wyndham, “‘Uncle Fred’: The Bard of Bowling Green”

David Shevin, “My Happy Condition (Remembering Fred Eckman Singing)”

Robert Creeley, “Fred Eckman”

Cover: Fred Eckman in Glenville, West Virginia.

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