Ploughshares Spring 1974 Guest-Edited by Fanny Howe by Madeline DeFrees

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The Spring 1974 issue of Ploughshares, guest-edited by Fanny Howe. Ploughshares, a journal of new writing, is guest-edited serially by prominent writers who explore different personal visions, aesthetics, and literary circles.

This issue is headlined by fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from future Ploughshares guest editors Madeline DeFrees (Blue Dusk), Paul Hannigan (The Carnation), Maxine Kumin (Where I Live), David Gullette (Dreaming in Nicaragua), and Russell Banks (The Darling), along with works from Richard Cecil, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Arthur Vogelsang, and other prolific contributors. Placing artwork of musicians at the forefront of the issue, Howe evidently looks for the musical and lyrical in her selections, and finds it in places one would not expect.

FICTION
"Bathroom/Animal/Castration Story," by Bobbie Louise Hawkins
"I Owe You One," by Bobbie Louise Hawkins
"In the Colony," by Bobbie Louise Hawkins
"With Che at the Plaza," by Russell Banks
"Slot People," by Paul Hannigan
"Felicia," by Henry H. Roth
"Juggernaut," by Jonathan David Jackson

NONFICTION
"Estivating (Journal)" by Maxine Kumin

POETRY
Madeline DeFrees
Richard Cecil
Arthur Vogelsang
Kathleen Spivack
Marge Piercy
Calvin Forbes
Robert Kaven
Robert L. Jones
Jack Marshall
William Dickey
David Gullette
Douglas Blazek
Mahmoud Darwish
Edward Harkness
Eiléan Ní Cuilleanáin
Barry Spacks
Peggy Rizza
Peter Davison
Michele Birch
Susan Howe

ART
David Omar White
 

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Published April 15, 1974 by Ploughshares / Emerson College. 168 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction