The Paris Review No. 113 Winter II 1989
“Talk is cheap and proves nothing. Poetry is dear and difficult to come by. But it poles us across the river and puts a music in our ears”: Charles Wright on the Art of Poetry.
Malcolm Cowley: From The Editor’s Desk.
Fiction by John Banville, Nadine Gordimer, and Josip Novakovich. Poems by Hayden Carruth, Jorie Graham, and Barbara Jordan.