Issue: Autumn 2002

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  • A Conspiracy of Friendliness: T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Allen Tate, and the Bollingen Controversy (Nonfiction - page 809)
  • I Want You to Think about Something: Louis D. Rubin Jr. and the Establishment of Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill (Nonfiction - page 704)
  • Longing for the Future in Donald Harrington's The Architecture of the Arkansas Ozarks (Nonfiction - page 827)
  • A Photograph in an Old Anthology; Nudes; Brains; (Poetry - page 768)
  • A Problem in Spatial Composition: On the Order of Or Else (Nonfiction - page 861)
  • An Editor's Note (Nonfiction - page 677)
  • Beneath the Bridge (Poetry - page 759)
  • Coastal Remnants of the Genteel (Poetry - page 776)
  • Editing 'All the King's Men' (Nonfiction - page 849)
  • Elder Gogol's Pond at Plokhino Skete; Alzheimer's; Death by Compass (Poetry - page 748)
  • Evening Mist; The Hag Ibaragi (Poetry - page 754)
  • James Lee Bucky Declines the Offer; Following the Orion; Queen City, Skins (Poetry - page 787)
  • Kind of Blue; No Elegy in November (Poetry - page 742)
  • Louis D. Rubin Jr.: A Man for All Seasons (Nonfiction - page 681)
  • Louis Rubin, Newspapering, and the Autobiographical Impulse (Nonfiction - page 690)