Music that never was in Nathaniel Mackey’s Late ArcadeDavid Hobbs
Taking writing to the mat in J.D. Daniels’s The Correspondence
I’ve been meaning to write to you for some time, though I am sure you are surprised to hear from me.
This First Proof contains Flash Fiction After Photographs by Jane Hammonds, including the short story here “Les Baigneuses,” by Jeffrey DeShell
In Latin American literature there is a splendid tiger, the most precious wild cat in all our literature.
In his latest novel, The Nature of Blood, this liturgical form is used to such startling effect that it is impossible to read it without calling out yourself.
This First Proof contains the story “Seizure.”
September 10, 1990