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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.

Stuart Dybek
John Barth
Tess Gallagher
Gail Goodwin
Cris Mazza
Katherine Min
Mark Wisniewski
Timothy Donnelly
Eamon Grennan
Marilyn Hacker
Brian Henry
Andrew Hudgins
Cynthia Huntington
Sandra McPherson
Tom Sleigh
Gary Soto
Virgil Suarez
David Wagoner
Joshua Weiner
Alan Williamson
Susan Wood
David Ferry--Interview
Horrace--translated by David Ferry
Cesare Pavese--translated by Geoffrey Brock
Claire Malroux--translated by marilyn Hacker
Charles Baudelaire--translated by Kristin Hennessy
Robert Whittaker
Sandra M. Gilbert
Gary Adelman
B.H. Fairchild
Allen Grossman
Mark Irwin
Campbell McGrath
C. Dale Young
Carolyn Alessio
Kevin Casey
David Evanier
Greg Johnson
Joe Meno
Leslie Pietrzyk
Sharon Solwitz
Mark Winegardner
Rafael Campo
Wensday Carlton
Geri Doran
Steve Fay
Jesse Lee Kercheval
Timothy Lin
Harriet Melrose
Joseph Millar
Edward Nobles
D. Nurkse
Maureen Seaton
Dean Shavit
Reginald Shepherd
Ryan G. Van Cleave
Charles Harper Webb
Eve Wood
Dean Young
John T. Lysaker

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Editorial Reviews

New York Times
Perhaps the preeminent journal for literary fiction in the country.
Robert Pinsky
TriQuarterly...maintain[s] the freshness, the intellectual distinction and the passionate life of art of the great American literary magazines.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780810159082
  • Publisher: Northwestern University Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2001
  • Pages: 592
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Fiction
Blue Boy 12
from Coming Soon!!!: "Read Me" 51
Her Speaking, Her Silence 59
Largesse 71
Familiar Noise 83
The Liberation of a Face 102
Pariahs 107
Casualidades 363
The Coffin; Refugees 372
Danny and Me 382
Sticky Kisses 392
Bustle in the Window 405
Slumber Party, 1975 413
The Universal Daughter 444
That's True of Everybody 469
Poems
Reading the Book of Odes Late at Night, I Turn Out the Light and Go On Reading 11
Purgatory Chasm 123
At a Turn in the Road; Mingled Yarn; Tully High Road, Dusk; After-Image; View from Renvyle 125
Crepuscule with Muriel; Alto Solo 133
Gesture 138
Mango; The Poet Asserteth Nothing; Lives and Stories 139
The Strange Insect; River of Doubt 144
The Mexican Acrobat 147
After a Long Illness; The Fissure; Trees by Firelight 148
With Nature; Mortgage; What's Left 155
Ho Chi Minh in Havana; Leaving; El Santo Nino Chupatintas 159
High Steel; Owl 163
Song; Out of Range; Cricket 166
Primrose Hill 170
Desire's Kimono; The Unthought 172
Rave On 323
Not All Wanderers Are Lost 327
The Way Things Are 333
The Florida Poem 337
Triptych at the Edge of Sight 352
Poem for My Familiar 484
Fear of Summer; Girls at Clear Lake City; Madonna and Child 486
Self-Portrait As Miranda 491
Illness 493
I Open Your Death Like a Book; Rose Red; This Is a Kind of Haunting; Dream of the Red Palace 494
Passing through the Enchanted Circle 499
By Design 500
Waking Up after Reading Proust 502
To Shield the Silent Face; Empty Home 504
At Mount Sinai; The Corridor 506
Eating Florida 509
Woman Washing an Apple 511
Apollo Steps in Daphne's Footprints 513
The Danaides 515
Helpless 517
Incarnate; The Ledge 520
How I Get My Ideas 523
Looking West 581
Interview
David Ferry Talks with Harry Thomas' Class at Buckingham, Browne and Nichols 178
Translations
from Epistle 1.1; Epistle 1.10; Epistle 1.20; Satire 1.7 191
Sad Wine (II); Habits; Creation 200
Memory 204
Highs and Lows 205
The Cries of an Icarus 212
Article
Tolstoy's American Visitors 213
Essays
Yahrzeit 274
Naming Beckett's Unnameable 303
White Dawns, Black Noons, Twilit Days: Charles Simic's Poems before Poetry 525
Contributors 525
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