Volume 3 Issue 2
Fall 1983

Contents

Conversations with Robert Frost (Essay) by Baird Whitlock

The Man Who Died by Lightning (Poem) by Joseph Harris

 

Flaws (Poem) by Malcolm Glass

 

St. Lawrence Skiff (Poem) by B. Z. Niditch

 

Whale Watching (Poem) by B. Z. Niditch

 

Tennessee Williams: An Appreciation (Eulogy) by W. Kenneth Holditch

 

The Linens (Poem) by Bink Noll

 

The Grey Men Under the House (Poem) by Gordon Osing

 

Eighth Grade Review (Poem) by Anthony Mercer

 

The Great Southern Roach War (Story) by Lee Meitzen Grue

 

The Startle Effect (Poem) by Enid S. Shomer

 

No Answer in Pledges (Poem) by Roger Wayne-Wright

 

From Pontchartrain to Yoknapatawpha: Faulkner's

 

Mosquitoes (Essay) by Philip Castille

 

Gargoyles (Poem) by Christopher Woods

 

To the Little Lamb in a Holy Chair (Poem) by Joseph Singleton

 

A Sacrifice for Illinois (Poem) by Cleveland Latham

 

The Bad Story by Betsy Martinez

 

Joseph Coleman: A Memory (Sketch) by Michon Irons

 

Reviews by Kenneth J. Brown, Caroline K. Barnard-Hall,

 

David G. Lanoue and Marcia Gaudet

 


Volume 3 Issue 1
Spring 1983

 

Contents

Interview with Ernest Gaines Jeanie Blake

Commemoration (Translation) James Hoggard

 

Concert in the Park of Culture (Poem) Edward Falco

"This War is No Pleasure for Me" (Poem) Nicholas Rinaldi

Please (Prose Poem) Tom Whalen

 

The Owl (Fiction) Andre LeBlanc and Michael Russo

in memory of a convict (Poem) R. Wayne Hardy

 

The Last Night of the Vigil (Poem) William Vergil Davis

 

Yucatan (Poem) John Ditsky

 

Untitled Poem Herb Fackler

 

Winter Light (Poem) Sister Mary Lucina

 

Renovation (Poem) Gary Finke

"The Dreadful Martyrdom" St. Lydwine of

Schiedam and Auden's "Musee des

 

Beau Arts" (Article) Nathan Cervo

 

Evasive Maneuvers (Poem) Thomas Lisk

 

Home (Poem) Cleveland Latham

 

Cousin Snook (Poem) Joseph Singleton

 

After the Rain (Poem) Rick Lott

 

Quilting (Poem) Sue Walker

 

The Theological Significance (Poem) Martha McFerren

On Seeing the First Housefly (Poem) Richard R. O'Keefe Review of The Collected Poems of Sterling Brown Gayl Jones