New Letters magazine

Volume 43 No. 1 (fall, 1976)

  • Essays & Articles

  • 27 /

    Censorship in South Africa

    , Merrill Proudfoot
  • 81 /

    Zen Poetry

    , Lucien Stryk
  • Fiction

  • 3 /

    The Statue

    , Richard A. Jones
  • 101 /

    The Ice Cream Waltz

    , Michael Patrick Malone
  • Poetry

  • 12 / We must become hard, Andrew Salkey
  • 14 /

    Moo Goong Hwa (Rose of Sharon), translated by Yoo Ok Hee

    , M. G. Stephens
  • 15 /

    The Salesman

    , Laura Pienkny Zakin
  • 25 / Metaphors, Sally McNall
  • 36 / Digestif, Les A. Murray
  • 37 /

    Rain, translated by Willis Barnstone

    , Jorge Luis Borges
  • 38 /

    Fish (XII), translated by Willis Barnstone

    , Mario Satz
  • 38 / Studies From Life, Martha Dickey
  • 39 / Nature Poem, Geof Hewitt
  • 52 / Jacket, Robert Barnstone
  • 52 /

    The Offering

    , Steve Katz
  • 54 /

    The Dilettante

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 55 /

    The Good Man

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 56 / Pose for a Surreal Painter, Crystall MacLean
  • 57 / Three Car Poems I, II, III, Richard Jones
  • 57 / Levels of abstraction, Richard Jones
  • 57 / Old Lady, Richard Jones
  • 57 / In her lenity, Richard Jones
  • 59 /

    The Collector

    , Olivia Martin
  • 59 / Gatlenburg, Tennessee, Olivia Martin
  • 59 / Your Father Is Awake Shaking, Olivia Martin
  • 60 / Sight of the Famous Battle of Wounded Knee, Richard Peer
  • 61 / Some Modern Good Turns, Dennis Dibben
  • 61 /

    The Jogger: Denver to Kansas City

    , David Ray
  • 62 / Moral to my Madness, Mebembe (Milton Smith)
  • 62 / Other Books By the Author?, Mbembe (Milton Smith)
  • 63 / Working at a Service Station, I Think of Shinkichi Takahashi, Dennis Finnell
  • 63 / Winter, Piedmont, Missouri, Dennis Finnell
  • 63 / Keeping Us Whole, Dennis Finnell
  • 63 / Recollections of Fire 1934, John W. Moser
  • 66 / Ballet Under the Stars, Robert Stewart
  • 66 /

    The Loser

    , Robert Stewart
  • 67 / Dying Out, George H. Gurley, Jr.
  • 68 /

    The Interior Eye

    , David Perkins
  • 68 /

    A 1946 Nickel

    , David Perkins
  • 69 / Doing Time, David Perkins
  • 70 /

    The Lion in the Basement

    , Robert Slater
  • 71 / Introduction, Heather Wilde
  • 72 /

    The Storm

    , Heather Wilde
  • 73 / Proof, Leslie Ullman
  • 74 / How My Mother's Embroidered Apron Unfolds in My Life, Greg Field
  • 75 / Nothing to Remember You By, Jan Gauger
  • 76 / Mother/Daughter, Sylvia Wheeler
  • 76 / Wards, Sylvia Wheeler
  • 77 / To My Psychiatrist, David V. Quemada
  • 77 / Another Barn Painting, Sylvia Wheeler
  • 78 / Mirror, Shirley Bossert
  • 78 / Nichomachean Ethics, David Owen
  • 79 / At Arm's Length, Shirley Bossert
  • 79 / No Such Thing as a Free Lunch, Jan Gauger
  • 100 /

    The Green Dress

    , Stuart Dischell
  • 100 / New Mexico: An Abandoned Church, Clinton Keeler
  • Reviews & Commentaries

  • 111 /

    The Tangerine Bird by Elliott Coleman

    , E. M. Broner
  • 114 /

    Gold Country by Shirley Kaufman

    , E. M. Broner
  • 115 /

    A Blessing Over Ashes by Howard Schwartz

    , E. M. Broner
  • 116 /

    Twenty Poems by Ted Kooser

    , E. M. Broner
  • 116 /

    The Joe 82 Creation Poems by Rochelle Owens

    , E. M. Broner
  • 117 /

    Coming Home by Lynn Shoemaker

    , E. M. Broner
  • 118 /

    Residue of Song by Marvin Bell

    , E. M. Broner
  • 119 /

    To All Appearances by Josephine Miles

    , E. M. Broner
  • 120 /

    The Shade Seller by Josephine Jacobsen

    , E. M. Broner
  • 121 /

    Charles Olson and Ezra Pound, by Charles Olson and edited by Catherine Seelye

    , Steven Barza
  • 121 /

    Charles Olson in Connecticut by Charles Boer

    , Steven Barza
  • 123 /

    Giant Talk: An Anthology of Third World Writings edited by Quincy Troupe and Rainer Schulte

    , Robert F. Willson, Jr.
  • 126 /

    Only a Minor: Studies in Recorded Coal-Mining Songs by Archie Green

    , Jack Conroy
  • 127 /

    Toward a Film Humanism by Neil P. Hurley

    , Ralph Berets
  • 128 /

    The Chicken Book by Page Smith and Charles Daniel

    , David Owen
  • 129 /

    Cry of the Human by Ralph J. Mills, Jr.

    , David Owen
  • 130 /

    The Freeing of the Dust by Denise Levertov

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 130 /

    Scars Makes Your Body More Interesting by Sheril Jaffe

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 131 /

    Maps & Windows by Jane Cooper

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 131 /

    You Are Happy by Margaret Atwood

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 132 /

    Very Close and Very Slow by Judith Hemschemeyer

    , Crystal MacLean
  • 133 /

    Life With the Baoule by Vincent Guerry, translated by Nora Hodges

    , David Ray
  • Artwork

  • 0 /

    Group holding New Letters sign, photograph

    , Jon Dunn
  • 0 /

    Ox at Pasture-Inside Cover, painting

    , Sekkyakushi
  • 25 /

    McGovern for President poster, photograph

    , Marjorie Hufnagel
  • 26 /

    Upset McGovern supporters, photograph

    , Marjorie Hufnagel
  • 35 /

    Dennis Brutus, Ezekiel Mphahlele, Mongane Wally Serote, Oswald Mtshali, photograph

    , Judy Ray
  • 41 /

    Blouse, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 43 /

    Riding Pants, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 44 /

    Craters of the moon!, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 45 /

    Lace dress, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 47 /

    Fur coat, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 49 /

    Jabot, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 50 /

    Sometimes the winter, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 51 /

    Neckline of long underwear, photograph

    , Pati Hill
  • 53 /

    Walking bridge, photograph

    , Judy Ray
  • 86 /

    Landscape, 15th century, painting

    , Shokei
  • 92 /

    Bell Tower at Twilight, 15th century, painting

    , Ikkyu
  • 109 /

    Mary King with subscription lists, photograph

    , Jon Dunn
  • 110 /

    Editor and assistant, photograph

    , Jon Dunn
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