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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 26, SPRING, 1989

Louis T. Milic: Editorial, 2

Judging the Contest

James Shelley: The Kokoon Arts Club, 1911-1940, 4

Cleveland artists enlivened serious aims with exuberant antics.

Charlotte Newman: Cleveland's First Woman Physician, 15

Myra Merrick struggled to bring medical care to the poor.

The Gamut Prize in Short Fiction

Lee K. Abbott: Introduction, 30

Elizabeth Richards: All of Us, 32

John Richardson: Hangover Mornings, 42

Mariflo Stephens: Hazed In, 52

Paulette Schmidt: The Price of Haircuts, 61

Elizabeth McClelland: John Quinn, Patron of the Avant-Garde, 68

The young man from Tiffin bestrode the art worlds of early twentieth-century Europe and America.

Claude Clayton Smith: Letter from New Stark, Ohio, 74

Drought, roaring trucks, and dwindling population.

Hale Chatfield: Poetry, 85

Why There Is No True Artificial Intelligence

Diane Lerer: Picking Madison Avenue's Brain, 87

Can writers learn anything from advertising?

Publication Date

Spring 1989

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Business | Medicine and Health Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 26, Spring 1989

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