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  • Notices

Every issue of Postmodern Culture will carry notices of events, calls for papers, and other announcments, up to 250 words, free of charge. Advertisements will also be published on an exchange basis. Send anouncements and advertisements to: pmc@jefferson.village.virginia.edu

Journal Announcements:

  1. 1. Sulfur

  2. 2. Denver Quarterly

  3. 3. Monographic Review/Revista Monografica

  4. 4. SubStance—special issue

  5. 5. College Literature

  6. 6. differences

  7. 7. EJournal

  8. 8. erofile

  9. 9. Synapse

  10. 10. Athanor

  11. 11. Artsnet Review

  12. 12. EFF News

Symposia, Discussion Groups, Calls for Papers:

  1. 13. Problems of Affirmation in Cultural Theory

  2. 14. KIDS-91

  3. 15. MAGAZINE

  4. 16. Literature, Computers and Writing

  5. 17. Science and Literature: Beyond Cultural Construction

  6. 18. Inter-relations Between Mental and Verbal Discourse

  7. 19. Program of “Postmodernist Postmortem” (Jan. 2, 1991)

  8. 20. Science, Knowledge, Technology

Other:

  1. 21. Note on UNC Press Fire

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Sulfur

Editor
     Clayton Eshleman

Contributing Editors
     Rachel Blau DuPlessis
     Michael Palmer
     Eliot Weinberger

Correspondents
     Charles Bernstein
     James Clifford
     Clark Coolidge
     Marjorie Perloff
     Jerome Rothenberg
     Jed Rasula
Marjorie Welish     

Managing Editor
     Caryl Eshleman

Editorial Assistant
     L. Kay Miller

Sulfur is Antaeus with a risk. It has efficacy. It has primacy. It is one of the few magazines that is more than a receptacle of talent, actually contributing to the shape of present day literary engagement.
—George Butterick

Sulfur must certainly be the most important literary magazine which has explored and extended the boundaries of poetry. Eshleman has a nose for smelling out what is going to happen next in the ceaseless evolution of the living art.
—James Laughlin

In an era of literary conservatism and sectarianism, the broad commitment of Sulfur to both literary excellence and a broad interdisciplinary, unbought humanistic engagement with the art of poetry has been invaluable. Its critical articles have been the sharpest going over the last several years.
—Gary Snyder

Founded at the California Institute of Technology in 1981, Sulfur magazine is now based at Eastern Michigan University. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts since 1983, and winnter of four General Electric Foundation Awards for Younger Writers, it is an international magazine of poetry and poetics, archetypal psychology, paleolithic imagination, artwork and art criticism, translations and archival materials. Some of our featured contributors have been: Artaud, Pound, Golub, Vallejo, Olson, Niedecker, Riding, Cesaire, Kitaj, and Hillman. We appear twice a year (April and November) in issues of 250 pages. Current subscription rates: $13 for 2 issues for individuals ($19 for institutions). Single copies are $8.00. Numbers 1, 15, 17 and 19 are only available in complete sets (1–27) at $235.00.

(Add $4.00 for mailing outside U.S.A).
NAME________________________________________________________
____$13 for 2 issues (individuals)
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Mail check to SULFUR, c/o English Department, Eastern Michigan Univ., Ypsilanti MI 48197
(Prepayment is required in U.S. Dollars)
For information: 313/483-9787

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DENVER
QUARTERLY
Announces
A SPECIAL ISSUE
FOR SPRING 1990

James Schuyler: a celebration

This illustrated issue will feature essays and memoirs by John Ashbery, Barbara Guest, Kenneth Koch, Douglas Crase, and many others.

Please send me _____copies of the Schuyler issue at $5 each. Payment enclosed.

_____________________________________
Name

_____________________________________
Address

_____________________________________
City

_____________________________________
State        Zip

OR

Please begin my subscription to the Denver Quarterly ($15 per year) with the Schuyler issue.

UNIVERSITY of DENVER
University Park, Denver, Colorado 80208.

DENVER QUARTERLY
Department of English

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Monographic Review

_____________________________________

Revista Monografica

The University of Texas of the Permian Basin

Box 8401 Odessa, TX 79762-8301

EDITORS

JANET PEREZ
Texas Tech University

EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD

Jose Luis Cano
Madrid, Spain

Manuel Duran
Yale University

David W. Foster
Arizona State University

Juan Goytisolo
Paris, France

GENARO J. PEREZ
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin

Rolando Hinojosa-Smith
The University of Texas at Austin

Estelle Irizarry
Georgetown University

Elias Rivers
SUNY, Stony Brook

Maria A. Salgado
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Call for
Papers
Number 7 (1991) of the
MONOGRAPHIC REVIEW/REVISTA MONOGRAFICA will be
devoted to Hispanic Subterranean Literatures:

*The Comics

*The Erotic

Papers of twelve to fifteen pages should be prepared in accord with the MLA Style and submitted before 31 August 1991...

Additional Information

ISSN
1053-1920
Launched on MUSE
1991-01-01
Open Access
No
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