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This collection was put together on the premise that the world can never have too many fairy tales, too many fables, too many yarns. When selecting materials, I (Bradford Morrow) did tend to favor narratives that touched upon the impossible. If there is anything that binds all these pieces together it is an embrace of enchantment, and an abiding interest in transformation, ...more
Hardcover, 289 pages
Published March 28th 1986 by Conjunctions
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another trip down recent literary history with this issue of conjunctions from the mid-80s. some fine poetry and interesting essays but distinctly lacking in fiction, with only a couple of stories that stuck with me. the readings section, which is no longer part of each issue, was also quite interesting, with reviews of several books that sit on my shelves these years later. robert kelley on coover's gerald's party was particularly interesting.
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Bradford Morrow is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, editor, and author of children’s books. He grew up in Colorado and traveled extensively before settling in New York City and launching the renowned literary journal Conjunctions. His novel The Almanac Branch was a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award, and for Trinity Fields, Morrow received the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ ...more
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