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Literary Quarterly: Winter 1998

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Cigarettes - Harry Mathews
Reviewed by Lynn Crawford
The latest of the Harry Mathews reissues is addicted to discovery through language.

Poet Be Like God: Jack Spicer and the San Francisco Renaissance - Lewis Ellingham and Kevin Killian
Reviewed by Ted Pearson
33 years after his death, Jack Spicer haunts American poetry.

The Shape of the Journey: New and Collected Poems - Jim Harrison
Reviewed by Dennis Shea
Jim Harrison bares his poet's mettle in a collection from "Up North."

A Hut of One's Own: Life Outside the Circle of Architecture - Ann Cline
Reviewed by Jerry Herron
The smallest living spaces are more than lovely enough.

Surrealist Women: An International Anthology - Penelope Rosemont
Reviewed by Chris Tysh
Penelope Rosemont redraws the surrealist map.

Prose garden ...
by Metro Times staff
A Metro Times Literary Quarterly feature in which previously unpublished work by nationally acclaimed authors is presented exclusively here.

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