New Letters magazine

Volume 49 No. 2 (winter, 1982-1983)

  • Editor's Note

  • 3 /

    Editorial

    , David Ray
  • Fiction

  • 21 /

    The Mouse Town

    , Robin Hemley
  • 57 /

    Symmetries, translated by H. E. Francis

    , Norberto Luis Romero
  • 63 /

    The Crucified, translated by H. E. Francis

    , Daniel Moyano
  • 77 / Improvisation, Joyce Carol Oates
  • 93 /

    The Suicide's Daughter

    , Elizabeth Strout
  • Poetry

  • 5 /

    A Passing Bell

    , Ronald Perry
  • 6 / Absentee Landlords, Ronald Perry
  • 7 / Home, Ronald Perry
  • 8 / Three Dogs, Ronald Perry
  • 9 /

    An Owl

    , Ronald Perry
  • 10 / Firing Out, Ronald Perry
  • 16 / Three Poems Against the Mountain I, II, III, Ronald Perry
  • 20 / Anyone Home, Stephen Dunning
  • 34 / Women in the Photograph, The, Victoria McCabe
  • 35 / Aunt, Victoria McCabe
  • 36 / Relations, Florence Grossman
  • 41 /

    The Whorehouse in a Calcutta Street

    , Jayanta Mahapatra
  • 42 / Indian Summer Poem, Jayanta Mahapatra
  • 43 / Hunger, Jayanta Mahapatra
  • 44 /

    The Lighthouse Paintings

    , Keki N. Daruwalla
  • 46 / Aliens, G.S. Sharat Chandra
  • 46 / I Watched You Go, G.S. Sharat Chandra
  • 47 /

    The Last Predator

    , G.S. Sharat Chandra
  • 48 / Near and Far, Agyeya
  • 49 / Crematorium in Adikmet, Hyderabad, Shiv K. Kumar
  • 50 / End of March, Deba P. Patnaik
  • 50 / Karunya's Songs, Deba P. Patnaik
  • 52 /

    You Aren't Him, translated by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

    , Nirala
  • 52 /

    His Touch Woke Up, translated by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

    , Nirala
  • 53 /

    Poem in Five Parts, translated by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

    , Nirala
  • 53 /

    The King Gets Away, translated by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

    , Nirala
  • 54 / From the Plains, Judith Kroll
  • 54 /

    It Sits Everywhere, translated by Arvind Krishna Mehrotra

    , Nirala
  • 68 / Carpentry, Malcolm Glass
  • 69 / Goodwill, Malcolm Glass
  • 70 / Shelter Under Glass, James Hearst
  • 71 / Tomato Season, James Grabill
  • 71 / Night Work, James Grabill
  • 84 / Car Trip, Sheila Troy
  • 84 / New Year's Eve: 1980, Sheila Troy
  • 85 / At certain heights, John Tagliabue
  • 85 / Divine Employment, John Tagliabue
  • 86 / Gifted reader, you are ready, John Tagliabue
  • 86 / Soft glow of light and rhythm, John Tagliabue
  • 87 / Wandering in a high place where the vines are trembling, John Tagliabue
  • 87 /

    The Postures and Gestures of Development

    , John Tagliabue
  • 88 /

    The continuity must be renewed, the hope restored

    , John Tagliabue
  • 88 / Centripetal, John Tagliabue
  • 88 / Guido Cavalcanti: Avete in voi li fiori e la verdura..., John Tagliabue
  • 90 /

    The Stele of Zezen-Nakht, 2200 B. C.

    , John Tagliabue
  • 90 / Connubial discovery towards our 35th anniversary, John Tagliabue
  • 91 /

    The Yellow Christ

    , John Logan
  • 91 /

    The Feast of Friends

    , John Logan
  • Reviews & Commentaries

  • 104 /

    Tom Stoppard: Comedy as a Moral Matrix by Joan Fitzpatrick Dean

    , Marty Lammon
  • 104 /

    Running Lights by Henry Carlile

    , Marty Lammon
  • 105 /

    A Garden of Cucumbers by Marjorie Culver

    , Marty Lammon
  • 106 /

    Playing Side Two by Mbembe Milton Smith

    , Marty Lammon
  • 106 /

    The Dust of Our City by Edward Morin

    , Marty Lammon
  • 107 /

    Fields of Thenar by Walter Bargen

    , Marty Lammon
  • 107 /

    A Beautiful Woman Moves with Grace by Raymond Roseliep

    , Marty Lammon
  • 108 /

    Walk in Love by Raymond Roseliep

    , Marty Lammon
  • 108 /

    30 Kansas Poets by Denise Low

    , Marty Lammon
  • 109 /

    A Generous Wall by Ray Amorosi

    , Marty Lammon
  • 110 /

    North of Athens by John Judson

    , Marty Lammon
  • 110 /

    Cornfields by Dave Etter

    , Marty Lammon
  • 111 /

    This Crazy Land by Jim Barnes

    , Marty Lammon
  • 112 /

    A Book of Women Poets from Antiquity to Now edited by Aliki Barnstone and Willis Barnstone

    , Adrian Oktenberg
  • 114 /

    Melvin B. Tolson's Harlem Gallery: A Literary Analysis by Mariann Russell

    , Robert M. Farnsworth
  • 116 /

    Court of Reason: Robert Hutchins and the Fund for the Republic by Frank K. Kelly

    , Alexander P. Cappon
  • 117 /

    Fugues of Plumbing by George H. Gurley, Jr.

    , Stephen Bunch
  • 118 /

    Slogum House by Mari Sandoz

    , Steve Cormier
  • 119 /

    Playland by Tom Zigal

    , David Hall
  • 120 /

    Two Decades of Indian Poetry edited by Keki N. Daruwalla

    , Francine Ellison Krishna
  • Artwork

  • 0 /

    Two Indian children, photograph

    , David Ray
  • 4 /

    Man in fishing boat, photograph

    , David Ray
  • 21 /

    Drawing of a mouse, illustration

    , Mary Morgan
  • 37 /

    Donkey and bird on rooftop, photograph

    , Judy Ray
  • 38 /

    Woman balancing pot on her head, photograph

    , David Ray
  • 39 /

    Naked child wearing one shoe, photograph

    , David Ray
  • 40 /

    Jayanta Mahapatra, photograph

    , David Ray
  • 62 /

    People underneath rock, photograph

    , Judy Ray
  • 73 /

    Flag and crosses, photograph

    , George Kern
  • 74 /

    Tabby cat on wooden porch, photograph

    , George Kern
  • 75 /

    Overalls on barbed-wire fence, photograph

    , George Kern
  • 76 /

    Boy posing on railing, photograph

    , George Kern
  • 92 /

    Child on concrete bench, photograph

    , David Ray
  • 103 /

    Railroad bridge, photograph

    , Frank Siraguso
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