BeschreibungSince its founding at Northwestern University in 1964, TriQuarterly has remained one of the most widely admired and important literary magazines in the country. Having recently joined the publishing program at Northwestern University Press, and under the editorial direction of poet Susan Firestone Hahn, TriQuarterly continues to publish the best work of both established and new poets and fiction writers. Plans for the future include a series of interviews with American playwrights.Issue 107/108 is TriQuarterly magazine's double millennial issue, featuring fiction by John Barth, Mitch Berman, Stephen Dixon, Ha Jin, Fred Leebron, David H. Lynn, Katherine Ma, Josip Novakovich, Joyce Carol Oates, and Chaim Potok. Poetry contributors include Stuart Dybek, Sandra M. Gilbert, Edward Hirsch, Paul Hoover, Mark Irwin, Cleopatra Mathis, Campbell McGrath, Alicia Ostriker, Carl Phillips, Peter Dale Scott, Tom Sleigh, Gerald Stern, Susan Stewart, Pimone Triplett, and Alan Williamson.The issue also includes an article by Robert Whittaker entitled "Tolstoy's American Preachers" with many letters from Tolstoy to his American correspondents; an essay by Eric J. Sundquist on William Melvin Kelley's Different Drummer, an essay by Gary Adelman on D. H. Lawrence with comments by Richard Ford, Ursula K. LeGuin, A. S. Byatt, Leslie Epstein, William Gass, and Cynthia Ozick, among others; an essay by George McFadden on Henry James; and an interview with the novelist Charles Johnson.Also, there are essays on the theater by playwright Claudia Allen and Susan Booth, the director of new play development at the Goodman Theater, and the text of a speech on theater in the twenty-first century delivered atNorthwestern University by Robert Lepage.This millennial issue features a cover painting commissioned from Mark Strand and a portfolio of his drawings.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NORTHWESTERN UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2000
Seitenanzahl: 700 Seiten