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Page 604 from Issue 28 where there is not a word of fiction. Therefore, I won't insist on the authenticity of this letter. We may consider it apocryphal. But inasmuch as it does have a bearing on these notes, I will nonethe­ less cite it in its entirety. Here is the text of the letter: Much of what ...
Richard Brautigan, then a relatively unknown writer, contributed a characteristic piece of fiction called ...
Fall 1980
"paid" to Modern Sci­ ence Fiction as the leading subgenre. It exists with difficulty in the same ...
a fictioneer's machina­ tions-is what makes it as compelling as it is. Hardwick's commitment ...
of Connell's characters, which suggests the subtlety of his ap­ proach as a writer of short fiction. Some ...
Fall 1983
writes the letters (the poetic fiction is very convincing, despite rhymes, metrical lines, and other ...
Fall 1983
Page 200 from Issue 58 chologically. Her fictional approach is to prefer multiple narratives-which is old­ fashioned-but to splice them with the grace of ellipsis and the austere reticence of a modern sensibility confronted with the unspeakable as well as the ordinary. She domesticates-in the best sense-the ...
of contemporary fiction. Near the end of George Garrett's great novel, someone thinks, "world ...
There are so many tricks of fiction in the novel that it can be read as a kind of demonstration of the powers ...
for what comes to mind is the fictional, digressive meander of a sentence exploring character ...

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