“A man like Sartre can get a whole book out of a proposition which is, on the face of it, untrue”: Richard Wilbur on the Art of Poetry.
Stories by Stephen Minot, Carolyn Osborne, and Joy Williams. Poems by Billy Collins, Gene Frumkin, and Penelope Gilliatt.
Jessamyn West and Marguerite Young on the Art of Fiction.
Norman Glass on The Decline and Fall of Alfred Chester .
Fiction by Gerald Dorset and Arno Karlen. Poems by David Ignatow, Erica Jong, and David Ray.
“Shit, piss, and bellow, kick and wiggle: that’s it!” An interview with William Gass.
Stories by Peter Handke, C. W. Gusewelle, and William S. Wilson. Poems by Brendan Galvin and Galway Kinnell.
“There is nothing like death to say what is always such an artificial thing to say: ‘The End’”: Kurt Vonnegut on the Art of Fiction.
Stories by William Burroughs, Ed Sanders, and Alan Ziegler. Poems by Frank O’Hara.