Helicon Nine: The Journal of Women's Arts & Letters: Numbers 12 & 13 Special Peace Issue

Kansas City, Mo. Helicon Nine, 1985. Paperback. 178, [6] p.: illustrations; 25 cm. Paperback with illustrated cover. Contents: The Black & White Legacy of Käthe Kollwitz by Carol Jacobsen -- Flying in Your Own Food by Padma Perera -- Dreams & Rhubarb by Katherine Mansfield -- An Interview with Maxine Kumin by Enid Shomer & Sheffield Sanford -- -- The Natives by Karen Fowler -- Morning: The World in the Lake by Linda Hogan -- On Psychic Numbing by Helen Caldicott -- Nuclear Lullaby by Dennis Bernstein -- To Hold Just a Little Piece of the Sun by Annie Prutzman -- How I learned to Sweep [and] Second Chances by Julia Alvarez -- A Rebel for Peace by Connie Blitt -- Music for Peace by Mary Lou Williams -- Excerpts from Mary Lou's Mass by Mary Lou Williams [record] -- The Wounds of War by Joanna L. Stratton; photographs by Lotte Jacobi, Margaret Bourke-White, Julie Alane Simons, Lee Frey; art by Philomene Nebbett, Dorothy M. Woody, Miriam Schapiro, Miriam Brofsky, by Ann Sperry, Laurie Anderson, Kristin Struebing-Beazley, Helen Levitt, Janet Kuemmerlein, Elizabeth Layton, Therese May; and poems by Muriel Rukeyser, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Maxine Kumin, Barbara Gibbs, Marie Luise Kaschnitz (translated by Francis Golffing), Joan Fishbein, Laurel Speer, Heather McHugh, Carol Adler, Lyn Lifshin, Leslie Adrienne Miller, Kathleen Spivack, Marie De Le Welch, Penelope Scambly Schott, Kelly Cherry, Layle Silbert, Grace Paley, Barbara Baldwin, Mary Gilliland, Ceci Miller, Elizabeth Cohen, and Debra Kaufman. In Very Good Condition: cover is rubbed; otherwise, clean and tight; the record is still attached. Very Good. Item #006415

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