Conjunctions: Bi-Annual Volumes of New Writing

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Random House Inc, 1993 - Fiction - 341 pages
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Contents

EDITORS NOTE
7
Fiona Templeton The Place Has Replaced the Teller
15
Aaron Shurin The Self
22
Martine Bellen Four Kinds of Water
34
Ben Marcus Months in the Year of Animal Prayer
43
John Taggart Into the Hill Country
60
Yannick Murphy Our Underwater Mother
74
Ann Lauterbach Three Poems
82
Robert Antoni From Blessed is the Fruit
150
Carole Maso From AVA
172
Jim Lewis From Sister
192
Jessica Hagedorn From Film Noir
220
Janice Galloway From Foreign Parts
276
Paul Gervais From The River of Olives
287
Leslie Scalapino From Defoe
296
Paul West From The Tent of Orange Mist
305

James Purdy The White Blackbird
104
Alexander Theroux Six Poems
127
Meimei Berssenbrugge Pollen
135
Rosmarie Waldrop Five Poems
144
Gilbert Sorrentino From Red the Fiend
321
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
339
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About the author (1993)

Bradford Morrow is the author of the novels "Come Sunday," "Trinity Fields," and "Giovanni's Gift," In 1998, the American Academy of Arts and Letters presented him with the Academy Award in Literature. He is a professor of literature at Bard College and is founder and editor of the literary journal "Conjunctions,

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