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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 12, SPRING/SUMMER,1984
Kenneth A. Torgerson: Jury or Judge, 2
The problems of trial by one's peers.
Robert Creeley: Conversation, 20
Interview reveals a poet's concerns about teaching, money, readings, publishing.
Carsten Ahrens: Ottawa County's Very Special Daisy, 33
Rare botanical species of Sandusky area.
George C. Chang: Progress and Promise of Electric Vehicles, 35
Will the future of transportation be battery-powered?
Marvin H. Jones: Peculiar Portraits, 48
Ingrid Komar: Making Utopia Work, 50
The joys and travails of an "intentional" community.
David B. Guralnik: Word Watch: Productive Suffixes II, 67
Timothy J. Runyan: Raising the Mary Rose, 69
Examining the benefits of four centuries of mud burial.
Rita Beatie: Eleanor Steber at Seventy, 81
An opera star's career at the Met and after.
Announcement of winners: The Gamut Prize in Short Fiction, 90
Gary Fincke: The Fleas, 91
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