: Spring 1969 :

SPECIAL ISSUE: WHAT'S HAPPENED TO MAGAZINES?
Vol.: 
29
No.: 
1

NOTE:  We only have nine copies of this issue for sale.  First come, first served.

Articles

Clay S. Felker, Life Cycles in the Age of Magazines

Benjamin DeMott, In and Out of Universal City: Reflections on the New Journalism and the Old Fiction

Robert Sherrill, Weeklies and Weaklies

Beverly Gross, What Ever Happened to Lit Magazines?

Samuel N. Antupit, Laid Out and Laid Waste: On the Visual Violation of American Magazines

Walter Goodman, On the (N.Y.) Literary Left

Peter Michelson, The Pleasures of Commodity, Or How to Make the World Safe for Pornography

Jesse Kornbluth, The Underground Press and How it Went

Virginia Sammon, Surviving the Saturday Evening Post

 

Poetry

R. L. Neuhaus, My Love’s a Poet

Knute Skinner, Phlegm

Robert S. Hahn, Picture of the Usual Murderer in the Usual Magazine

Norman Klein, Iowa 1967

Robert Pack, To a Stone

Robert Pack, Your Wound

Karen Swenson, The Girl Friend

Alan Dixon, The Latest Version of the Old Ballade

Colette Inez, Dreamskin

 

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