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CONTRIBUTORS POETRY Marvin Bell's most recentbook ofpoems is These Green-Going-to-Yellow, published by Atheneum. Two books are in the works: Old Snow Just Melting: Essays and Interviews, and Segues: A Correspondence in Poetry (with William Stafford), to be published in August by Godine. Deborah Digges is at the Iowa Workshop. Her poems have appeared in Seattle Review and other magazines. She has a poem forthcoming in APR. Jack Hand teaches at Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri. His poems have appeared in numerous magazines including Massachusetts Review, Kansas Quarterly, and Three Rivers Poetry Journal. Jack Heflin lives in Montana where he teaches in the PITS program. A former editor of Cutbank, he has published poems in recent issues of Porch and Poetry Seattle. Thomas McAfee was an editor ofMissouri Review. His books of poetry include The Tempo Changes. The Lights Go Up. The Partners Change, and Flight. His selected stories, Whatever Isn't Glory, is available through Missouri Review. James McCorkle is a graduate of the Iowa Writer's Workshop and is currently completing graduate work at the University of Iowa. Colleen McElroy lives in Seattle and is widely published. Gregory Orr is Director of the Graduate Program in Writing at the University of Virginia. He's just completed a book length critical introduction to the poetry of Stanley Kunitz for Columbia University Press. Jim Simmerman's first collection of poems, Home, will be published by Dragon Gate, Inc. in April of 1983. Currently, he teaches in the Writing Program at Northern Arizona University. David St. John is the author of Hush and The Shore. He teaches in the Writing Seminars of The John Hopkins University. William Trowbridge teaches at Northwest Missouri State University. His poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, The Beloit Poetry Journal, The Southern Poetry Review, Kansas Quarterly, Poetry Now and many others. James Ulmer is in the Writing Program at the University of Houston. His poems have appeared in Poetry, The Black Warrior Review, Crazy Horse, Poetry Northwest and others. Michael Waters teaches at Salisbury State College on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. His books are Fish Light (Ithaca House, 1975) and Not Just Any Death (BOA Editions, 1979). New poems have appeared inPoetry, Georgia Review, Antioch Review and others. REVIEW Carolyne Wright currently teaches at William Jewel College in Liberty, Missouri. 202 · The Missouri Review FICTION Jorge Amado, dean of Brazilian novelists, is known for his Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon and Dona Flora and Her Two Husbands. This excerpt is the opening of an earlier novel, Dead Sea (Mar Morto) to be published by Avon Books. Francois Camoin's story, "Liebermans Father," won the first annual Peden Prize. His collection, The End ofthe World is Los Angeles, won the 1981 AWP Fiction Award and was published by University of Missouri Press. He currently teaches at the University of Utah. Kent Nelson has published a collection of stories, The Tennis Player, and a novel, Cold Wind River. His stories have also appeared in many literary magazines. Gregory Rabassa teaches at Queens College and the Graduate School of the City University of New York. He is the translator of Nobel Prize Winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Julio Cortázar, and other writers from the Spanish and Portuguese. He is a winner of the National Book Award and the PEN Translation Prize. Volodia Teitelboim is a Chilean writer who was a deputy and senator in his country before the military coup of 1973. Since then he has lived in exile in Europe. These are excerpts from his latest novel Internal War (La guerra interna). Gloria Whelan's stories have appeared in numerous quarterlies, most recently Michigan Quarterly, Virginia Quarterly and forthcoming in Ontario Review. A story will be included in the O. Henry collection in 1983. INTERVIEW Kay Bonetti is director of the American Audio Prose Library Program. ESSAY Cleanth Brooks' three Paul Anthony Brick Lectures will appear in successive issues of the Missouri Review before being collected in a single volume to be published in July, 1983 by the Missouri Review. Ben Siegel, Professor of English at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, was formerly head of the department and Director of the Annual Conferences in Modern American...


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