Salmagundi No. 124-125 / Fall 1999 - Winter 2000

Salmagundi No. 124-125 / Fall 1999 - Winter 2000Table of Contents

New Fiction by Ian Sansom
Artworks & Exhibitions by Martin Pops
The Art Scene by Charles Molesworth

Four Poems by Robert Pinsky
Two Poems by Gail Mazur
Two Poems by Debora Greger
Two Poems by Yehuda Amichai
The Beauty of Things by Randall Mann
On the Feast of Saint Jerome by John De Stefano


Rome: The Visible City by Mary Gordon
The Science of Self-Deception by David Bosworth
Response to David Bosworth by Rochelle Gurstein


A Table of Green Fields by Richard Howard
Manhattan Transfers by William Logan
The Celebrity by Laurence Goldstein
At Seventeen by Don Share
Flies by D.C. Berry
MKI by K. Reynolds Dixon
Minotaur Template by Dale M. Kushner
In the Park by Meryl Johnson


In Memorandum: Octavio Paz by Homero Aridjis

New American Fiction
Servants of the Map by Andrea Barrett
Bricolage by Gordon Lish
Night and Fog by Nicholas Delbanco
Sitting Shiva with Cousin Benny by Clark Blaise
Desire Lines by Michael Frank
Deep by Elise Juska
All the Way by Valerie Miner

Books in Review

Louise Glück’s Lyric Journey by Terence Diggory
Conversations with Brodsky by Myles Weber
Vera: A Life by Linda Simon

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