Chicago Review, Vol. 29, No. 1, Summer 1977. Paul Gustafson, Franz Kafka, Edward Locke, Paul Metcalf, Aaron Siskind, Larry Smith, David Wagoner, Diane Wakowski.

Chicago Review, Vol. 29, No. 1, Summer 1977

Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago, 1977. First Printing. Softcover. This number of the venerable literary journal published at the University of Chicago features a song-cycle of poems by David Wagoner; a long poem by Jim Gustafson ("The Heroes"); the texts of two letters written by Franz Kafka translated into English; a short poem by Edward Locke, "On the Death of James Thurber," written in his own eccentric pun-language; a prose excerpt by Paul Metcalf about John Brown; an interview with Michigan poet Diane Wakowski conducted by Larry Smith; a glossy section of photographs of textured natural rock formations in Utah by the great photographer Aaron Siskind; & much more. A vintage issue of this collectible journal, rich with important contributions. In fine condition with only minor creases at top edge & bumps at corners of front cover; very mild rubbing, a few spots & tiny bumps at corners of back cover; two light horizontal creases along spine. Interior very fine except for mild crease-wave through top & bottom corners of some pages, & complete including attached subscription card between pages 144 & 145. Fine. [Item #2107]

Price: $25.00