Sanctuary

The Preservation Issue
 
 
Conjunctions (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 27. November 2018
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  • 345 Seiten
 
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978-1-5040-5552-9 (ISBN)
 
Exploring the myriad ways in which we go about preserving what might otherwise be forfeited.

Whether trained specialists or lay people who care about something, preservationists come from every stratum of life. The archivist, the linguist, the local town historian. The paleontologist, the heirloom seed-saver, the family photographer, the Monuments Men. Old two-by-two Noah and taxonomist Linnaeus. The suburban girl who collects enough yard sale books to build up a library and thereby safeguards that most fragile of things: knowledge. All can be preservationists.

This issue includes contributions from Diane Ackerman, Elizabeth Robinson, Peter Gizzi, Kyra Simone, Heather Altfeld, Richard Powers, Arthur Sze, Joanna Ruocco, Andrew Ervin, Julia Elliott, Jessica Reed, Peter Orner, Erin Singer, Daniel Torday, Toby Olson, Mary Jo Bang, Troy Jollimore, Maya Sonenberg, Rae Gouirand, Mauro Javier Cardenas, Nam Le, Maria Lioutaia, Bryon Landry, Rae Armantrout, Robin Hemley, Madeline Kearin, Donald Revell, S. P. Tenhoff, Debra Nystrom, Donna Stonecipher, Robert Karron, Andrew Mossin, J'Lyn Chapman, Frederic Tuten, and Marshall Klimasewiski.
Bradford Morrow is the editor of Conjunctions and the recipient of the PEN/Nora Magid Award for excellence in literary editing. The author of six novels, his most recent books include the novel The Diviner's Tale (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) and the fiction collection The Uninnocent (Pegasus Books). He is currently at work on a collaboration with virtuoso guitarist Alex Skolnick, A Bestiary. A Bard Center fellow and professor of literature at Bard College, he lives in New York City.
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  • EDITOR'S NOTE
  • Diane Ackerman, What the River Saw
  • Elizabeth Robinson, Exposure
  • Peter Gizzi, Every Day I Want to Fly My Kite
  • Kyra Simone, Palace of Rubble
  • Heather Altfeld, Obituary for Dead Languages
  • Richard Powers, An Interview (conducted by Bradford Morrow)
  • Arthur Sze, The Open Water
  • Joanna Ruocco, Pud Street
  • Andrew Ervin, Readymade
  • Julia Elliott, Moon Witch, Moon Witch
  • Jessica Reed, Three Poems
  • Peter Orner, The Return
  • Erin Singer, Bad Northern Women
  • Daniel Torday, You Are Traffic
  • Toby Olson, Death Sentences
  • Mary Jo Bang, Four Boxes of Everything
  • Troy Jollimore, Dressed in the Absurd Clothes of the Time: Thoughts on Translation
  • Maya Sonenberg, The Cathedral Is a Mouth
  • Rae Gouirand, Quince Suite
  • Mauro Javier Cardenas, You Don't Have a Father and He Likes Cheese
  • Nam Le, The Dead
  • Maria Lioutaia, Potatoes
  • Byron Landry, Restoration of the Empress
  • Rae Armantrout, Four Poems
  • Robin Hemley, Restaurant
  • Madeline Kearin, Kirkbride
  • Donald Revell, Saved for Last
  • S. P. Tenhoff, Diorama: Retirement Party, White Plains, 1997
  • Debra Nystrom, After Three Years, He Said, These Little Trees Will Bear Fruit
  • Donna Stonecipher, Ruins of Nostalgia: Nine Poems
  • Robert Karron, Blue Cupola
  • Andrew Mossin, The Day After the Day After
  • J'Lyn Chapman, Firmament
  • Frederic Tuten, Nine Flowers in Three Sanctuaries
  • Marshall Klimasewiski, William Gaddis and the Thoughts of Others
  • NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
  • Copyright

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