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Volume 11.1 - Winter 1994
Volume 11.1 - Winter 1994
Volume 11.2 - Spring 1994
Volume 11.2 - Spring 1994
Volume 11.3 - Fall 1994
Volume 11.3 - Fall 1994
Volume 12.1 - Winter 1995
Volume 12.1 - Winter 1995
Volume 12.2 - Spring 1995
Volume 12.2 - Spring 1995
Volume 12.3 - Fall 1995
Volume 12.3 - Fall 1995
Volume 13.1- Winter 1996
Volume 13.1- Winter 1996
Volume 13.2 - Spring 1996
Volume 13.2 - Spring 1996
Volume 13.3 - Fall 1996
Volume 13.3 - Fall 1996
Volume 14.1 - Winter 1997
Volume 14.1 - Winter 1997
Volume 14.2 - Spring 1997
Volume 14.2 - Spring 1997
Volume 14.3 - Fall 1997
Volume 14.3 - Fall 1997
Volume 15.1 - Winter 1998
Volume 15.1 - Winter 1998
Volume 15.2 - Spring 1998
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Volume 16.1 - Fall 1998
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Volume 11.1 - Winter 1994
Neila Seshachari, Editor's Note
E. L. Doctorow, Streetcar, fiction
E. L. Doctorow and Michael Wutz, An Interview with E. L. Doctorow
Ruth Y. Jenkins, Rewriting Female Subjection: Florence Nightingale's Revisionist Myth of "Cassandra," essay
Kevin Avery, A Daughter is a Different Matter, fiction
Bill Holm, What Brigham Young Said and other poems
Michail P. Branch, Ecocritcism: The Nature of Nature in Literary Theory and Practice, essay
William R. Kanouse, The Looney Tune, fiction
James Poulakos, What birds dream
John F. Flynn, Edward Abbey on Nature and Moral Enquiry, essay
Kent Gardien, Calle San Jeronimo
Ariana-Sophia M. Kartsonis, nocturnal Emissions, fiction
Stephanie E. Chamberlain, It's best to keep the established laws: Antigone's Act of Cultural Conformity , essay
Peter Illick, You Can Check Out, But...,poem
Mikel Vause, I've Always Feared Rattlesnakes
Ed Weyhing, Harris Steps to the Line, fiction
Lyall Crawford, Wilderness and Tao, essay
Sean Brendan-Brown, Returning from Ulster and other poems
Philip Tate, Beside Her, fiction
Michail L. Johnson, Live Nude Girls
Hal Ellson, Fox for Sale, fiction
Barbara Ladd, Book Review of That's What I Like (About the South) and Other New Southern Stories for the Nineties, ed. Goerge Garrett and Paul Ruffin
Robert Thacker, Book Review of The Diaries of Charles Ora Card: The Canadian Years, 188601903 eds. Donald G. Godfrey and Brigham Y. Card
Mark S. LeTourneau, Book Review of Dialogues of the Word: The Bible as Literature According to Bakhtin by Walter L. Reed
Phillip A. Snyder, Book Review of Cultural Capital: The Problem of Literary Canon Formation by John Guillory
Notes on Contributors

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Volume 11.2 - Spring/Summer 1994 go to top of page
Neila Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
On Tradition, Madness and South Africa: An Interview with Lewis Nkosi, by Janice Harris
ONE-ACT PLAY
The Black Psychiatrist, by Lewis Nkosi
ESSAY
Two European Exiles: Stefan Zweig and Ramon Sender, by Frances Hernandez
Alain Robbe-Grillet and the Anti-Novel, by Alfred Cismaru
Idah Meacham Strobridge: The Second Mary Austin?, by Ann Ronald
The Technological Utopias of Thorstein Veblen and Nevil Shute, by Fred Erisman
"These Would Have Been All My Friends": Lyme Regis and Jane Austen's Anne Elliot, by Carol A. Martin
"They fancied Themselves Free": Exploration and Individualism, by Walter Cummins
FICTION
Shit; Schools, by Allan Cheuse
Final, by Lance Olsen
Blue is for Law, by John Hendrickson
POETRY
To My Mother and other poems, by Joseph M. Ditta
Farming the Salt Flats and other poems, by Scott Cairns
Departure and other poems, by Jeanette C. Bagley
A Clear Glass and other poems, by Allan Johnston
Noon Roses and other poems, by Stephen C. Behrendt
The Cartographer and other poems, by Joseph Bathanti
Mujer Cubana, by Richard Wiman
The Plunge and other poems, by Paul Swenson
The Desert Star, by Kristen Rogers
Big Eye and other poems, by Stuart Friebert
BOOK REVIEW
Family of Mirrors by G.S. Sharat Chandra, reviewed by Fred Marchant
In My Own Sweet Time: An Autobiograghy by Blanche Cooney, reviewed by Stacy Burton
Minorities at Risk: A Global View of Ethnopolitical Conflicts by Ted Robert Gurr, reviewed by Nancy N. Haanstad
Unveiling by Rita Kiefer, reviewed by Robert M. Hogge
Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation 1965-1985, eds. Richard Griswold del Castillo, Teresa McKenna, and Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano, reviewed by Angelika Pagel

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Volume 11.3 - Wilderness Special Issue - Fall 1994 go to top of page
Scott Slovic, Co-Editor's Note / Neila Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION 
A Paint Brush in One Hand and a Bucket of Water in the Other: Nature Writing and the Politics of Wilderness: An Interview with Rick Bass, by Scott Slovic
ESSAY
Burning The Mountain, by Ron Steffens
Wilderness as Psychic Dumping Ground, by Steve Sherwood
Awakening, by Marybeth S. Holleman
A Wilderness Photographer in Marlboro Country, by Stephen Trimble
Hunting the Wild, by Cheryll Glotfelty
A Mad Hatter's Refuge, by Robert B. Smith
Teaching the Geography of Hope, by Stan Tag
Critics in the Wilderness, by David R. Williams
FICTION
The Earth Divers, by Rick Bass
The Wilderness World of D. B. Cooper, by John P. O'Grady
Blurry Human Figures of No Political Significance, by Bob Sawatzki
POETRY
Idee Fixe and other poems, by Pattiann Rogers
Yes and other poems, by PaulAnn Peterson
Meeting Like This and other poems, by Paul Willis
The World, by William Stafford
Wildflower, by Shaun T. Griffin
Naming and other poems, by Tom Sexton
Canyonlands and other poems, by Stephen Lefebure
Ancient Shark Jaw, by Christopher Cokinos
Offerings and other poems, by Mary Gray
A True Story: Mourning Cloaks, by Jude Nutter
At sheep lake and other poems, by William Johnson
BOOK REVIEW
Pilgrims to the Wild by John P. O'Grady, reviewed by William T. Hamilton
Tipping Point by Fred Marchant, reviewed by Donna R. Cheney
Saanii Dahataa/The Women Are Singing: Poems and Stories by Luci Tapahonso, reviewed by Gary Short
Heart Earth by Ivan Doig, reviewed by Joel Passey
Skin of a Fish, Bones of a Bird by Helen Frost, reviewed by Katharine Coles
Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature, eds. David Mogen, Scott P. Sander, and Joanne B. Karpinski, reviewed by Mikel Vause

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Volume 12.1 - Winter 1995 go to top of page
Neila Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
Reinventing Peace: Conversations with Tripmaster Maxine Hong Kingston, by Neila C. Seshachari
ESSAY
Whose America Is It?, by Amy Ling
Myth and Melancholy: Wright Morris's Stories of Old Age, by Joseph J. Wydeven
The Machine in the Poem, by Ken Egan, Jr.
Vietnam Aftermath, by Donald Anderson
The Philosopher's Journey, by Peter Vernezze
ESSAY/POETRY
Three Women Poets of Contemporary Japan, by Edward Lueders
FICTION
Genocide: Excerpt from The Fifth Book of Peace, by Maxine Hong Kingston
The Erotic Life of Luther Burbank, by Melissa Pritchard
The Big Sky, by Anne Jarrell
Afraid to be Scared, by Jeanne Cunningham
Love at Last Sight, by John Kuehl
Between the Thorn Bushes, by Joy Passanante
POETRY
One dog's summer, by Brian C. Avery
Incident at the Bridge, by Robert M. Hogge
Pontiac, by Nancy Takacs
Apology and other poems, by Kim Bridgford
Mandolin and other poems, by Becky Rodia
The Night Owls of Elks River and other poems, by Ron McFarland
The Grandmothers of Acoma and other poems, by Gary Sterling
BOOK REVIEW
The Awakening of the West: The Encounter of Buddhism and Western Culture by Stephen Batchelor, reviewed by Ronald L. Holt
Snowmelt by Shaun T. Griffin, reviewed by Susan Smith Nash
They Whisper by Robert Olin Butler, reviewed by Sally Bishop Shigley
Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Anthology edited by Elisabeth Pruitt, reviewed by Peter Donahue

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Volume 12.2 - Spring/Summer 1995 go to top of page
Neila Seshachari, Editor's Note
ESSAY
Reflections on the Wilderness Act: Three Decades and Counting, by Max Oelschlaeger
A Case of Identity: Tracking Down Sherlock Holmes, by Frances Wilson
Pacifism vs. Patriotism: The Case of George Orwell, by William T. Ross
The Unwelcomed Presupposition of American Philosophy—Eye-Epistemology: An Essay Far Beyond the Bounds of Current Interdisciplinary Scholarship, by William E. H. Meyer, Jr.
Predetermining Interpretation: William Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation, by Thomas H. Brown
FICTION
Casualties of War, by William Sternman
The Man Who Ran: A Modern Day Parable, by Dipti Ranjan Pattanaik
Light Lunch, by N. W. O. Royle
Moosehead Lake, by Alison Baker
Bugs, by Steven Beeber
POETRY
The Man I hate and other poems, by Kenneth Brewer
Family Life and other poems, by Fred Marchant
Kitchen Silences, by Kenneth Pobo
Tsunami, by Anthony Grooms
After the Earthquake, by G. S. Sharat Chandra
Gas. 1940 and other poems, by Ingrid Wendt
Fear Behind the Curtain, by Bill Cowee
Blizzard and other poems, by Kathryn Winograd
Man & Pop Beer & Wine, by Danny Rendleman
Domestic Gods and other poems, by Joanne Allred
Coast Range, by James Brasfield
Anxiety, by Peter Desy
Acolytes and other poems, by Christopher Woods
3 Frames and other poems, by Lynette A. Riggs
BOOK REVIEW
Hate Speech: The History of an American Controversy by Samuel Walker, reviewed by Paul A. Trout
Utah History Encyclopedia ed. by Allan Kent Powell, reviewed by Candadai Seshachari
Luminaries of the Humble by Elizabeth Woody, reviewed by Judy Elsley
Firekeeper: New and Selected Poems by Pattiann Rogers, reviewed by Kathleen M. Herndon

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Volume 12.3 - Native American Special Issue - Fall 1995 go to top of page
Scott P. Sanders, Co-Editors Note / Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
Wylie Tales: An Interview with James Welch, by William Bevis
ART
Migration Dreams (painting), by Dan V. Lomahaftewa
Sometimes She Just Sits (sculpture), by Nora Naranjo Morse
ESSAY
Homage to a Shoshone Elder, by Richard F. Fleck
"The Song Is Very Short": Native American Literature and Literary Theory, by Louis Owens
Dissolution: The Politics of Language for Native Americans, by George Ann Gregory
Coyote: Polymorphous but Not Always Perverse, by Dell Hymes
Soils, Seeds, and Secrets, by Philip J. Davis
My Mother's Brother: Monacan Narratives of the Wolf from the Virginia Blue Ridge, by Jay Hansford C. Vest
Traditional Voices Speak: Storytellers in Contemporary Native American Texts, by Jamie Huntsinger Hacker
Landscape, Story, and Time as Elements of Reality in Silko'a "Yellow Woman," by Robin Cohen
FICTION
The Loose Screw; Flight, by James Welch
Auntie Angie's Cheyenne Affair, by Adrian C. Louis
Grandpa Old Bull, by Eddie D. Chuculate
Trading Post, by Dan L. Crank
POETRY
Language and Spring (in Navajo with translation), by Mazii Dineltsoi
Ghost Dance and Stranger on Franklin Avenue, by Ricky Traversie
Easter Sunday, and other poems, by Janice Gould
Between two points and Drinking from a Hose, by G. Barnes
Stories I Tell My Daughter and other poems, by Deborah A. Miranda
The Flower Merchant, by Duane Niatum
The Running Boy and Promises of Winter, by Tiffany Midge
prayer for the lenape and concerto in four movements, by Lance Henson
BOOK REVIEWS
Sweet Medicine: Sites of Indian Massacre, Battlefields, and Treaties, Photographs by Drex Brooks, Essay by Patricia Nelson Limerick, Foreword by James Welch, reviewed by Neila C. Seshachari
Blood Thirsty Savages by Adrian C. Louis, reviewed by Shaun T. Griffin
Radiant Days: Writings by Enos Mills ed. by John Dotson, reviewed by William E. Fischer, Jr.
Haste: Poems by Lisa Orme Bickmore, reviewed by Susan Smith Nash
The Landlady in Bangkok by Karen Swenson, reviewed by Katharine Coles
Quilt Culture: Tracing the Pattern ed. by Cheryl B. Torsney and Judy Elsey, reviewed by Pauline Mortensen

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Volume 13.1 - Celebrating Utah! Utah Statehood Centennial Issue - Winter 1996 go to top of page
Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
The Spiral in Time: An Interview with Poet David Lee, by Katherine Coles
ART
"10 cents a Ride" (sculpture), by L'Deane Trueblood
"The Egg Lady" (oil painting), by Farrell R. Collett
ESSAY
A Personal History of Surveying in Utah, by John Hales
The "No" Vote, by A. J. Simmonds
Nephites, Manitos, Obon and Yenaaldlooshi: The Dynamic Tapestry of Utah Folklore, by Barre Toelken
Two Utahs: A Centennial Retrospective, by Gene A. Sessions
The Last Amateurs or: Why Bother to Learn Thumb Position on the Cello When You're in Your Eighth Decade?, by Wayne C. Booth
Relativism and Interest in the New Mormon History, by Thomas G. Alexander
Folklore on Polygamy, by William A. Wilson
FICTION
Painting Around the White, by Robert Hodgson Van Wagoner
Looking for Strange, by François Camoin
Roundup, by Gene Washington
Quilting, by John Bennion
PLAY
Indian Health Service, by Aden Ross
POETRY
Rhapsody for the Good Night, by David Lee
Witchery; and other poems, by Nancy Takacs
You Are Here and other poems, by Sharon Bryan
Metaphor to the Metaphor and other poems, by Héctor Ahumada
The Walk-through Heart; Hegira, by Katharine Coles
The Other Valley, by Marden J. Clark
Secondhand Books and other poems, by Lance Larsen
Lost Moons and other poems, by Linda Sillitoe
Memorial Day: Brigham City, 1993, by Jared Winston Hickman
God at the Zoo and other poems, by Sandy Anderson
BOOK REVIEW
Great & Peculiar Beauty: A Utah Reader, ed. by Thomas Lyon and Terry Tempest Williams, Reviewed by Richard H. Cracroft
The Dominguez-Escalante Journal: Their Expedition through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico in 1776 ed. by Ted J. Warner and Translated by Fray Angelico Chavez, Foreword by Robert Himmerichy Valencia; reviewed by Jason G. Horn
Beyond the River, by Michael Fillerup, reviewed by Bill McCarron
The Measurable World: An Erotic Urban Mystery by Katharine Coles, reviewed by Patricia Truxler Coleman

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Volume 13.2 - Spring/Summer 1996 go to top of page
Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
ESSAY
Reconfiguring Deliverance: James Dickey, the Modern Tradition and the Resistant Reader by Daniel R. Schwarz
Reading "The Snow Man": Stevens's Structures of Undecidability by Ross Leckie
Contingencies of Canonicity, by Paul Trout
Fens, Bogs, and Muskeg Thoughts: Reconsidering Canada's Boreal Wilderness by Rebecca Raglon
FICTION
With Jim Morrison, by Paul Michel Baepler
Sniper, fiction, by J.S. Keithley
Dynamite Angel, by Paul Forster
The Monolith, by Darren DeFrain
Categories of Refusal by James Barbour
Responding Well, by Tom Moss
Wading Birds, by Grant Segall
The Raising Up of Pauline McKechney's Soul, by Cheryl Drake
POETRY
Prison School and other poems, by Jeanne E. Clark
Mutatis Mutandis and other poems, by Eugene Hollahan
Westwater Canyon, by Carol Poster
A Talk with My Mother, by William E. H. Meyer, Jr.
Letter(s) Home and other poems, by Susan Johnson
Mother Tongue and other poems, by Peggy Shumaker
Caxton's Aesop and other poems, by Sean Brendan-Brown
Ave Maria and other poems, by Becky Rodia
HMMMMM, by John McKernan
Keeping it simple, by Kathrine L. Wright
When the Circus Comes to Town and other poems, by Kim Bridgford
Whenever the Moon is Happy and other poems, by Laura Lee Washburn
BOOK REVIEWS
Arranged Marriages by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, reviewed by Bishnupriya Ghosh
A Paleontologist's Notebook by Susn Smith Nash (Introduction by David Matlin), reviewed by Jeffrey G. Eaton
Aftermath: An Anthology of Post-Vietnam Fiction ed. by Donald Anderson, reviewed by Joseph T. Cox
Deep Red: Poems by Rawdon Tomlinson, reviewed by MaryJan Munger

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Volume 13.3 - Fall 1996 go to top of page
Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
An Interview with Robert Olmstead, by Christopher Zenowich
ESSAY
Aucitya in Modern American Poetry: Some Case Studies, by K. Narayana Chandran
An AIDS Patchwork, by Judy Elsley
FICTION
Walking Out with Syd, by Robert Olmstead
Photo Real, by Margrethe Ahlschwede
False Dawn in Warsaw, by Jadwiga Lukanty-Nkosi
Cockshut Light, by Hart L. Wegner
Shoot, by Joan Puma
Out of Time, by Nancy Kline
Garden, by Stephen Saraceno
How We Make Our Miracles, by George Singleton
POETRY
The Sonnet of Winter and other poems, by Lois Marie Harrod
Wild Raspberries and other poems, by Art Goodtimes
Wild Cousins and other poems, by Marc Harshman
Shovel and Snow, by Sumanth Muthyala
Getting the Domestics Out and other poems, by Katie Kingston
Afterward, by Lyn Lifshin
William S. Burroughs at Spring Break and other poems, by James Poulakos
BOOK REVIEWS
Living In America: Poetry and Fiction by South Asian American Writers ed. by Roshni Rustomji-Kerns, reviewed by Balaji Venkateswarn
Aspen Marooney by Levi Peterson, reviewed by Benson Y. Parkinson
A World We Thought We Knew: Readings in Utah History ed. by John S. McCormick and John R. Sillito, reviewed by William E. Fischer, Jr.
Done into Dance: Isadora Duncan in America by Ann Daly, reviewed by Rena Sanderson
My Town: poems by David Lee, reviewed by Kevin Cantwell

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Volume 14.1 - Winter 1997 go to top of page
Michael Wutz, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
The Art of Gluing: An Electronic Interview with Gregory Ulmer, by Joseph Tabbi
ART
Technological Explosion, by Arthur R. Adelmann
ESSAY
The Informatics of Revenge: Telegraphy, Speed and Storage in The Count of Monte Cristo, by Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
Cryptography in Artificial Light: Poe's Stories and Nadar's Stills, by Michal Sapir
On the Philosopher Vilem Flusser, by Elizabeth Wilson & Andreas Ströhl
The Glory that Touches the Stars; Introduction; and 16. Desks, by Vilém Flusser
A Scientific Romance: Thermodynamics and the Fourth Dimension in Charles Howard Hinton's "The Persion King", by Bruce Clarke
Marcel Duchamp's The King and Queen Surrounded by Swift Nudes (1912) and the Invisible World of Electrons, by Linda Dalrymple Henderson
Spiraling Down "the Gutter of Time": Tristram Shandy and the Strange Attractor of Death, by Jo Alyson Parker
Agency, Inscription, and Bodies of Depth: Rape and Technology in Twentieth-Century Literature, by Sharon Stockton
Quantum Mechanics and the Shape of Fiction: "Non-Locality" in the Avignon Quincunx, by Paul H. Lorenz
Imagination and Technology: Reflections on the Future of Poetry, by Joseph M. Ditta
FICTION
Kamikaze Motives in the Data-Sucking Rust-Age of Insectile Hackers, by Lance Olsen
POETRY
Masteries and other poems, by Anca Vlasopolos
My Love Affair and other poems, by Cynthia Hogue
New Orleans, 1995 and other poems, by Nicole Cooley
Fossil Texts on Canyon Walls and other poems, by PattiAnn Rogers
The Need for Science, by Katharine Coles
BOOK REVIEWS
"The Politics of Systems and Environments, Part I and II" in Cultural Critique 30-31, reviewed by Linda Brigham
Why Things Bite Back: Technology and the Revenge of Unintended Consequences by Edward Tenner, reviewed by Donna R. Cheney
Technologies of the Gendered Body: Reading Cyborg Women by Anne Balsamo, reviewed by Martha Henn

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Volume 14.2 - Spring/Summer 1997 go to top of page
Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
ESSAY
The Love of Maps, by W. Scott Olsen
Yearning for the Homeland: The "Return to the Source" in Contemporary African-American Women's Fiction and Visual Art, by Alma Jean Billingslea-Brown
Lost Origins: W.S.Merwin's Poems of Division, by Jane Frazier
"Their fruits like honey in the throat / But poison in the blood": Christina Rossetti and The Vampyre, by Ronald D. Morrison
Boy Scouts and Their Discontents: Reflections on Baden-Powell, by Richard A. Voeltz
FICTION
Just between God and Ferrill Ray, by Darin Cozzens
The Cyst, by Peter Donohue
The Emissary, by Lewis NKosi
I'm Not Here, by James Knudson
Biba by J.K.Colvin
POETRY
Spectral Grammar and other poems, by Janet Sylvester
The Lashing and other poems, by Doug Martin
The Delicate Art of Dying and other poems, by Rick Kempa
Woman with Cigarette and other poems, by Allan Johnston
A Private Gesture and other poems, by Simon Perchik
On signing His Last Will & Testament, by James A. Minor
Voices & Visions and other poems, by Errol Miller
The Soldier; The Foxhole, by Elaine W. Christensen
Max Jacob: "On n'ecrit jamais que ses memoires" and other poems, by Jean-Mark Sens
Overnight and other poems, by Stuart J. Silverman
Wild Rice Medley, by Ken Waldman
I Was a Waitress Once, by Pam Herbert Barger
BOOK REVIEWS
Wallace Stegner: His Life and Work by Jackson J. Benson, reviewed by Robert C. Steensma
Tending the Garden: Essays on Mormon Literature ed. by Eugene and Lavina Fielding Anderson, reviewed by Eric A. Eliason
Worth Their Salt: Notable but Often Unnoted Women of Utah ed. by Colleen Whitley, reviewed by Judy Elsley
Flying Over Sonny Liston: Poems by Gary Short, reviewed by Shaun T. Griffin
Paved Paradise: The Challenge of Growth in the New West by Raye C. Ringholz, reviewed by Denise Weeks

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Volume 14.3 -Fall 1997 go to top of page
Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
ESSAY
Charlotte Perkins Gillman: The Female Face by Minna Doskow
"The Domestic Air" of Wilderness: Henry Thoreau and Joe Polis in the Maine Woods by Tom Lynch
Technology Writ Large: The Machine Body and The Text in Melvill's Shorter Narratives, by Klaus Benesch
William H. King and the Questions of League Membership by Leonard Schlup
Paradox & Perception: Science & Narrative in Walden and Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by James A. Papa, Jr.
FICTION
Travesty by Rajat Mahapatra
Transmutation (Trans. By Olga Markof-Belaeff and Elizabeth Ladd Glick) by Fernando Arrojo
The Prodigy by D. R. Pattanaik
The Fountain Pen by Don McDermott
Alvaro Down the Canyon by Philip Tate
Portrait by Blair T. Birmelin
POETRY
Eclogue and Elsewhere by Don Mager
For Ellen Miller, Found Strangled and other poems by Danielle Beazer Dubrasky
The Labyrinth of Icarus by Sherwin W. Howard
Near the End and other poems, by Gray Jacobik
Godot in Sarajevo, by Barry Sternlieb
Gustavo; Most Injuries are Self Inflicted by Patricia Dubrava
At Dawn in Beijing and other poems by Henry J. Hughes
The Meanings in More by A. J. Rathbun
BOOK REVIEWS
The Frontiers of Western Writing:Women's Narratives and the Rhetoric of Western Expansion by Brigitte Georgi-Findlay, reviewed by Sally Bishop Shigley
The Liminal Novel, Studies in the Francophone-African Novel as Bildungsroman by Wangari wa Nyatetu-Waigwa, reviewed by Mark Bell 
The Peregrine Reader ed. by Mikel Vause and Carl Porter, reviewed by Neal W. Kramer
Mark Twain & William James: Crafting a Free Self by Jason Gary Horn, reviewed by Richard H. Cracroft

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Volume 15.1 - South-Asian American Literature/Culture Special Issue - Winter 1997 go to top of page
Roshni Rustomji-Kerns & Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
In a Field of Dreams: Conversations with Meena Alexander, by Roshni Rustomji-Kerns
ART
Anger (oil on canvas), by Hiro Chhatpar
Mount Abu Portal, by Purvi Shah
ESSAY

Postcolonial Action: Hannah Arendt, Public/Private, Sati, and the Recuperation of Subaltern Agency, by J. Chapin
A Puff of Air, by Bapsi Sidhwas
Translation as an Afterlife: Making Dead Indian Poets Speak, by R. Parthasarathy
Illiberal Masala: The Diasporic Distortions of Mira Nair and Dinesh D'Souza, by Prateeti Punja Ballal
Re-reading Beyond Third World Difference: The Case of Bharati Mukherjee's Jasmine, by Anupama Jain
Goa on the Go, by Boman Desai
FICTION
Vanishing Child, by Meena Alexander
Lost in the Marketplace, by Tahira Naqvi
Crossing, by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Encounter, by G. S.Sharat Chandra
Tandava, by Darius Cooper
Lingering Tide, by Latha Viswanathan
The Divorce, by Vidya Bhuhshan Gupta
When Man Sleeps…, by Moazzam Shiekh
I Am Free, by Lalita Gandbhir
POETRY
Gold Horizon and other poems, by Meena Alexander
Kala Pani, by Aly Remtulla
Meditations on Desire, by Saleem Peeradina
I Remember when We Were Holy and other poems, by Purvi Shah
Poetry from India in Tamil, Sanskrit, and Hindi, translated by R. Parthasarathy
first death, by Anil Oommen
Hot December: Memory of Holiday in Bombay, by Diane Mehto
Ghazals, by Minal Hajratwala
Mangoes Are Not in Season, by A. Udaya Thomas
Brother and other poems, by G. S. Sharat Chandra
India, 1947. TITHES FOR INDEPENDENCE: Remembrance, by Leila Sen
The Rajah Looks at the Rani in Middle Age and other poems, by Reetika Vazirani
Who Am I?, by S.S. Moorty
Mario, by S. Ramnath
For Meena Who Died August 3, 1993 and other poems, by Jyotsna Sanzgiri
BOOK REVIEWS
Leaving Yuba City: poems by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, reviewed by Neila C. Seshachari
Manhattan Music by Meena Alexander, Reviewed by Jyotsna Sanzgiri
Contours of the Heart: South Asians Map North America ed. by Sunaina Maira and Rajini Srikant, reviewed by Neila C. Seshachari

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Volume 15.2 - Spring/Summer 1998 go to top of page
Neila C. Seshachari, Editor's Note
CONVERSATION
Shooting the Breeze with Ron Carlson: Cues from a Pro,  by James Barbour
ESSAY

Representations of Scrolls in the Lithic Art of India, by Naseem A. Banerji
Books Received, by Ron Carlson
The Company of Writers, by Martin Naparsteck
The Tunnel Rock Diary, by Judith Freeman
The Home of the Gods: Test-Theme Myth, Solstice-Myth and Archaeological Reality, by Hugh Fox
Gender Bias in Bhavabhuti's Uttar-ramma-carita: A Revisionary Rereading, by Bijaya Kumar Nanda
Turning Toward Plain City, by Wayne Carver
FICTION
Burning the Leaves, by David Kranes
King Edmund, by Brandon Cesmat
The Submariners, by Peter Rock
Legal, by Brian Evenson
Hard Dancing, by Dennis Vannatta
The Estate, by Louise Farmer Smith
Tongues, by Paula Nangle, 
Jack's Wednesday, by Mo Lee
A good Day for the Pug, by Peter H. Walpole
The Leaves, by Keith White
POETRY
Waves and other poems, by Robert Dana
Quinault Funeral and other poems, by Fredrick Zydek
For Now, by Linda Sillitoe
What Will Stand and Oakland, by Merula Furtado
Our Dearest Friends and other poems, by Mark DeFoe
Before Committal and other poems, by Joan L. Coles
At the Academy Awards for the best Supporting Grief and other poems, by Lois Marie Harrod
The Immaculate Heart and other poems, by David Feela
Film, by Jason Lambert
Manuel and other poems, by Robert Cooperman
Serio Ludere, by Michael Mott
Growing Cold, by Cindi J. Harrison
Souffleur de Verre and other poems, by Sherron Norlen
The Man in The Drizzle, by Rabindra K. Swain
Tradition, by Bob Slaymaker
At The Konkolville Steakhouse and other poems, by Ron McFarland
At the Auction and other poems, by Kevin Miller
Summer House, by R.T. Smith
Speckled Trout and other poems, by Ron Rash
Evolution, by Joseph G. Kelley, III
Early Morning: Las Vegas, by James Hazen
BOOK REVIEWS
American Indians in World War I: At War and at Home by Thomas A. Britten, reviewed by Chris Padgett
Science, Values, and the American West ed. by Stephen Tchudi, reviewed by Bill McCarron
When by Baron Wormser, reviewed by Shaun T. Griffin
Mormon Midwife: The 1846-1888 Diaries of Patty Bartlett Sessions ed. by Donna Toland Smart, reviewed by Jason G. Horn

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ART
The Expeditionary Photographs by Drex Brooks
ESSAY
Beyond Conservatism and Liberalism by Manfred Weidhorn
Poets on the Prairie by Robert King
I am More Afraid of Wind than Rain by Shaun T. Griffin
The Environment: A Down to Earth Approach by Michael O. Leavitt
FICTION
Summer Palace by Henry J. Hughes
Hour Before the Dark by Joseph M. Ditta
Tremble Before Ishmael by R. Darcy
Ruby by Tom Cody

POETRY
Specula by Roald Hoffman
Plowman and other poems by Jack Rickard
Diving Lessons and Other Poems by Carol Carpenter
Diamond Head and Other Poems by Nancy Hanks Baird
READING THE WEST

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