Contents: Allen THIHER: Jerome Klinkowitz: Structuring the Void. Carl D. MALMGREN: Exhumation: The Dead Father. W.M. VERHOEVEN: What We Talk About When We Talk About Raymond Carver: Or, Much Ado About Minimalism. Peter BURGESS: "a serenity of still and exquisite brilliance": Technology and Subjectivity in Christa Wolf's StÖrfall. Horst STEINMETZ: History in Fiction - History as Fiction: On the Relations Between Literature and History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Amy J. ELIAS: Defining Spatial History in Postmodernist Historical Novels. Francesca BENEDICT: From Story to History and Back: History in North American Literature in the 1980s. Simone VAUTHIER: Little Red Riding Hood Rides Again: A Reading of David Arnason's "Girl and Wolf". François HAPPE: Fiction vs Power: The Postmodern American Sports Novel. Carl D. MALMGREN: Detecting/Writing the Real: Paul Auster's City of Glass. David SEED: Mediated Realities in the Works of Philip K. Dick. Jim MILLER: Contesting the Spectacle: Harold Jaffe's Guerilla Writing. Heinz TSCHACHLER: What if Arlington, Texas, Is Utopia? Ursula K. Le Guin, Postmodernism, and (In)Determinacy. Jerry A. VARSAVA: Blue Velvet and the Revisioning of the Middle-American Idyll.