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Triquarterly 106: Fall 1999

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Overview

Since its founding at Northwestern University in 1964, TriQuarterly has remained one of the most widely admired and important literary magazines in the country. Under the editorial direction of Susan Firestone Hahn, TriQuarterly continues to publish the best work of both established and new poets and fiction writers.

L.S. Asekoff
Judith Baumel
John Berger
Susan Bergman
Julie Carr
Pura Lopez Colome—translated by Forrest Gander
William Corbett
Greg Delanty
Jean de Sponde—translated by David R. Slavitt
Leslie Epstein
Ingrid Fichtner
P.N. Furbank
Barbara Guest
Rachel Hadas
Brian Henry
Daniel Kane
Claudia Keelan
John Kinsella
Wayne Koestenbaum
James Lasdun
Jan Heller Levi
Phillis Levin
Joyce Mansour—translated by Sasha Watson
Charles Martin
Donna Masini
Molly McGrann
Jane Mead
W.S. Merwin
Bruce F. Murphy
Paul Nemser
Howard Norman
John Peck
Melissa Holbrook Pierson
Claudie Rankine
Donald Revell
Vijay Seshadri
Jane Shore
Charlie Smith
Goran Sonnevi—translated by Rika Lesser
Terese Svoboda
E. Beth Thomas
Alan Warner
Katharine Washburn
Joshua Weiner
Susan Wheeler
Louis Zukofsky

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"Perhaps the preeminent journal for literary fiction in the country." —New York Times
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780810159051
  • Publisher: Northwestern University Press
  • Publication date: 3/28/2000
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Hahn was born and raised in and around Chicago. She is the author of numerous poetry collections, including Harriet Rubin's Mother's Wooden Hand (1991) and Incontinence (1993). 

Mark Rudman lives in New York City. He was a professor at Columbia University and New York University.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Six Letters from James Schuyler, correspondence
Edited by William Corbett

from Purgatory
W.S. Merwin
translated from Dante's Purgatorio

from "Rocks on a Platter," poem excerpt
Barbara Guest

Elegy (A Little), poem
Donald Revell

Skywatch, poem
Jan Heller Levi

from Mozart's Third Brain
from The Book of Sounds, poems
Göran Sonnevi
translated from the Swedish by Rika Lesser

from The Sopranosnovel excerpt
Alan Warner

Woodstock; American Mountains, poems
James Lasdun

Summit Mall, poem
Melissa Holbrook Pierson

Prospect Park Southwest, poem
E. Beth Thomas

No Spring; Pilgrim's Progress; Play, poems
Terese Svoboda

Sun, Unreturanble Gift: Composition with Pink & Gray Galahs in Flight, poem
John Kinsella

from Less Than Spring, poem excerpt
Molly McGrann

Of Praise and Punishment: Arachne, 
from The Metamorphoses of Ovid
translated by Charles Martin

Myth; Seventy Feet from the Magnolia Blossom; The World; Wing of Newt, poems
Jane Mead

Hotel Declerq, poem
Susan Wheeler

but the layers of ash, the line brushed white; the lesser white, capitulum, inflorescence, the sun interrupting, poems
Ingrid Fichtner

Four Versions and a Pastiche from the Greek Anthology, poems
Katharine Washburn

from Ice, Fire, Waternovel excerpt
Leslie Epstein

In the Beautiful City, poem
Paul Nemser

from A Theory of the Novelcriticism
P. N. Furbank

Small Talk, poem
Jane Shore

Don't Ask Me I'm Not Telling, poem
Claudia Keelan

Le Thérapeute; Meditation; Invocation; Meditation: Hunger; Theogany; Meditation: The Heliotrope, poems
Bruce F. Murphy

from Sonnets on Death, poems
Jean de Sponde
translated from the French by David R. Slavitt

H*t*l M*rq**s, poem
L. S. Asekoff

Behold the Brahminy Kite; Leper's Walk; Prayer to St. Blaise, poems
Greg Delanty

Kindertotenlieder, poem
Joshua Weiner

Five; Rapid, Impossible Placement of Fact, poems
Charlie Smith

What They Remember, poem
Brian Henry

from Nova Cantica, poems
John Peck

Futile Exercise; Morning Exercise; There; Intervals in Early August; On the Other Hand, poems
Phillis Levin

from Plot, poem excerpt
Claudia Rankine

The Insult, memoir
Howard Norman

Anima; Thelma, poems
Vijay Seshadri

Stanzas in My 39th Year, poem
Wayne Koestenbaum

Natural History; The Trap, poems
Donna Masini

How We Became, poems
Julie Carr

Heartache; I Follow You, poems
Pura López Colomé
translated from the Spanish by Forrest Gander

Butterwort, poem
Judith Baumel

Jewish Variations on Erik Satie's "Sports et Divertissements," poem
Daniel Kane

Try Love, story
Susan Bergman

Breakfast at the Metro, poem
Rachel Hadas

from The Writing of Guillaume Apollinaireprose and poetry
Louis Zukofsky
French passages translated by Sasha Watson

Big Game Hunting in the City, poem
Joyce Mansour
translated from the French by Sasha Watson

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