New Directions in Prose and Poetry 43

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New Directions Publishing, Oct 1, 1981 - Poetry - 176 pages
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Since 1936, the New Directions in Prose and Poetry anthologies have served as vehicles for the presentation of new and variant trends in world literature.
 

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NEW DIRECTIONS IN PROSE & POET

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Editor Laughlin published the first New Directions anthology in 1936; regrettably, this is the last (due to "rising production costs,'' as Laughlin notes). The anthology's demise amounts to a ... Read full review

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Homero Aridjis
10
Edwin Brock
63
Guillevic
88
Lawrence Millman
134
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James Laughlin (1914 1997) founded New Directions in 1936 while still a student at Harvard. He wrote and compiled more than a dozen books of poetry as well as stories and essays; seven volumes of his correspondence with his authors are available from W.W. Norton.

Peter Glassgold is the former editor in chief of New Directions.

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