March/April 1991

Hubert Selby Jr., author of Last Exit to Brooklyn, renowned in Europe, is an outsider to the literary scene in the United States.

Features

The Goldwater Poets

by M. Conlon McIvor
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A creative writing program for patients at New York City's Goldwater Hospital.

A Squirming Aleph: On David Swanger's"'What the Wing Says"

by Stephen Corey
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What are literary magazine editors looking for? The associate editor of the Georgia Review responds.

An Interview With Hubert Selby Jr.

by David L. Ulin
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The author of Last Exit to Brooklyn, renowned in Europe, is an outsider to the literary scene in the United States.

Cottages at Hedgebrook

by Barbara Haines Howett
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A visit to an experimental writers colony for women on a Washington State farm.

Writing in the Computer Age

by Robert Kendall
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Poets and fiction writers discuss the pros and cons of writing with a word processor.

News and Trends

NEA Interprets Decency Clause

by Arthur S. Rosenblatt
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The National Council on the Arts, an advisory committee to the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, addresses the issue of freedom of expression.

Restoring the Hispanic Literary Heritage

by Arthur S. Rosenblatt
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University of Houston's Arte Público Press receives a grant from Rockefeller Foundation.

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