Vol. XVI, #1 The Future of Fiction

David Foster Wallace, “Quo Vadis—Introduction” Sven Birkerts, “Second Thoughts” Melvin Jules Bukiet, “Crackpot Realism: Fiction for the Forthcoming Millennium” Mary Caponegro, “Impressions of a Paranoid Optimist” Peter Dimock, “Literature as Lyrical Politics” Jonathan Franzen, “I’ll Be Doing More of Same” Read on! →

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Vol. XV, #2 Stanley Elkin / Alasdair Gray

Arthur M. Saltzman, “Stanley Elkin: An Introduction” Peter J. Bailey, “‘A Hat Where There Never Was a Hat': Stanley Elkin’s Fifteenth Interview” Stanley Elkin, “Words and Music” William Gass, “Stanley Elkin: An Anecdote” Jerome Charyn, “On Stanley Elkin” Jerome Klinkowitz, Read on! →

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The Trick Is To Keep Breathing

This inventive first novel explores the widespread problem of female depression. A 27-year-old drama teacher named Joy Stone has come undone. The problems of everyday living accumulate and begin to torture Joy, who blames her problems not on her work… Read on! →

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The Trick Is To Keep Breathing

This inventive first novel explores the widespread problem of female depression. A 27-year-old drama teacher named Joy Stone has come undone. The problems of everyday living accumulate and begin to torture Joy, who blames her problems not on her work… Read on! →

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Foreign Parts

When it was first published in Great Britain, Foreign Parts was described as “a road movie for feminists . . . a funny, sharp and gutsy portrayal of female friendship,” and “a painstakingly crafted, multilayered investigation of contemporary female… Read on! →

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Context N°7

  • Reading Jaimy Gordon
  • Reading Robert Walser
  • Reading Alasdair Gray
  • New Music, Outmoded Music, Style and Idea, Part II
  • From Modern Poetry and the Idea of Language

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