Salmagundi Nos. 153-154 / Winter-Spring 2007
Table of Contents

Salmagundi 153-154 coverColumns
Guest Column: The Inner Life of E-Mail by Philip Stevick
Guest Column:  Celestial Music by Rick Moody
Extemporaneities: Latin America from the Inside Out by Mario Vargas Llosa
Document, Essay, Interview
Saul Bellow: Memorial Remarks by William Kennedy
John Stuart Mill by Richard Reeves
On Henry Roth: An Interview with Mario Materassi

Five Poems by Barbara Hamby
Three Poems by Campbell McGrath
Two Poems by Nick Bozanic
Beach Walk by Henri Cole
Goldcrest by Eamon Grennan        
Vestigial by Courtney Queeney
Echo by Nicky Schildkraut
Famine by Ricardo Pau-Llosa
Where Shall We Meet When the Horror Comes? by Mark Defoe                                            
Last Place by Becky Kennedy
Lines for My Virtual Headstone by Joan Hutton Landis
“And the Fullfed Beast Shall Kick the Empty Pail” by Michael Blumenthal                                                  
Two Poems by Henry Hart
The Sad Name Enters the Room by C. Dale Young
Two Poems by C.K. Williams                                                 

The Elusive Ideal of Full Employment by Sandra Newman
Documentary by Josh Goldfaden                                               

Some Notes by Stanley Kauffmann
Two Essays on Mario Vargas Llosa
The Inventions and Reinventions of Mario Vargas Llosa by Gene H. Bell-Villada
The Way to Paradise by Evelyn Toynton                                                 

Books in Review
We Are Family: Michael Cunningham’s Specimen Days by Mason Stokes
The Good Terrorist by Eugene Goodheart
Bad Dreams: The Recent Work of Josip Novakovich by Laurence Goldstein       

Benjamin the Poet by Mary Maxwell

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