New Letters magazine

Volume 76 No. 2 (winter, 2010)

  • Editor's Note

  • 6 /

    Despite Appearances

    , Robert Stewart
  • Interview

  • 63 / Hard Work, or the Long Story of Witness, an interview with Maggie Anderson, conducted by Matthew Cooperman
  • Essays & Articles

  • 29 / from Companion to the Particulars, Michelle Boisseau
  • 97 / Norman Mailer is Coming to Dinner, Rose Bunch
  • 153 / Adventures of an Old Dude, Thomas E. Kennedy
  • Fiction

  • 9 / The Duckling, Dorthe Nors, translated by Martin Aitken
  • 13 / She frequented cemeteries, Dorthe Nors, translated by Martin Aitken
  • 49 / Turbulence, Speer Morgan
  • 121 / Inside the Break, Siobhan Fallon
  • Poetry

  • 18 / At Sixth and Provident Drive, Kelly Moore
  • 19 / The Perfect Stranger, Mark Smith
  • 23 / By Special Arrangement, Alexandra Teague
  • 25 / Broken Engagements, Alexandra Teague
  • 26 / Hiking Through: The John Muir Trail, Alexandra Teague
  • 84 / In the Rubble of the World, Maggie Anderson
  • 85 / Blanket Party, Kerry James Evans
  • 87 / Burial, Kerry James Evans
  • 88 / Volcano, Kerry James Evans
  • 89 / Old Woman Praying in Church, Peter Cooley
  • 90 / Mole, Jeff Worley
  • 92 / Embracing the Literal, Jeff Worley
  • 94 / Women's Sanitary Corps, 1861, Daneen Wardrop
  • 114 / Aunt Marjorie, Heather Bell
  • 116 / Hide, Heather Bell
  • 119 / Blue Belly, Heather Bell
  • 141 / April, Linda Pastan
  • 142 / Flight, Linda Pastan
  • 143 / Roberty Bly Recites His Poem, on a Prarie Home Companion, Linda Pastan
  • 144 / The Purple Suede Hat, Colette Inez
  • 193 / Munina Adabisi's Final Song, Kamil Zajac, translatedby Frank L. Vigoda
  • 194 / Munina Adabisi's Sexy Song, Kamil Zajac, translated by Frank L. Vigoda
  • 195 / Munina Adabisi's Song of Impotence, Kamil Zajac, translated by Frank L. Vigoda
  • 196 / Munina Adabisi's Musing Song, Kamil Zajac, translated by Frank L. Vigoda
  • 197 / Munina Adabisi's Routine Song, Kamil Zajac, translated by Frank L. Vigoda
  • 198 / High Winds, Christopher Buckley
  • 201 / Hemingway y yo, Christopher Buckley
  • 204 / one day on the mississippi river, John Knoepfle
  • 206 / Saturday and off on swing, John Knoepfle
  • 207 / what day is this, John Knoepfle
  • 208 / evening lines, John Knoepfle
  • Reviews & Commentaries

  • 210 / Rehabilitating the working Man From the Clutches of False Realism, on the writing of Eric Miles Williamson, Anis Shivani
  • 217 / Antidote to Ailing Fiction, on the stories of Anis Shivani, Catherine Browder
  • 221 / Counter Revolutions in Silent Comedy, on the films of Chaplin and Lloyd, Colin Fleming
  • 224 / The Poet as Celebrant, on the late Robert Dana, Ingrid Wendt
  • Artwork

  • 0 / Nina's House; County Donegal, Ireland, photograph (front and back cover detail), Gina Kelly
  • 8 / Kelly in Tomales, California, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 22 / Broom Dance, ink and watercolor on paper, Steve McClure
  • 28 / Kelly and Oatmeal, Tomales, California, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 45 / Children Asleep on Bed, ink and watercolor on paper, Steve McClure
  • 46 / In the Rec Tent, ink and watercolor on paper, Steve McClure
  • 47 / Here Comes Charlie, ink and watercolor on paper, Steve McClure
  • 48 / Lady Sawyers Relaxing After Lunch, ink and watercolor on paper, Steve McClure
  • 145 / Trini, Sebastopol, California, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 146 / Mom, Mister and Me, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 147 / Tara and Mister, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 148 / Sean, County Donegal, Ireland, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 149 / Doll, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 150 / Mac, Minneapolis, Minnesota, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 151 / Box of Horses, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 152 / Scott, Ridgedale, Missouri, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • 209 / Scott and Akasha, Sebastopol, California, photograph, Gina Kelly
  • Notes on Contributors

  • 232 /

    Notes on Conrtibutors to This Issue

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