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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO.9, SPRING/SUMMER, 1983

Concrete Poetry Contest Winners, 2

Scott Helmes,

Harsh Language, 5

"Since you've been away . ..”, 6

Karl Kempton: POEM #3: to tie knots, 7

K.S. Ernst: Towering Negativism, 17

Charles Cameron: "She is a plague to us fishers", 18

David Cole: selected pages, 20

R. Prost: "Into the Light", 22

Joel Lipman: from Rex Lee on the Border Patrol, 23

Mark Melnicove: "And not buried in a mass of irrelevant information", 24

James Miller: "The Test Has Always Been . ..", 25

Naomi Rachel: NOITULOVER, 26

Marilyn Rosenberg: Waiting (Mounds), 27

Kirk Robertson: Essay, 28

Carolyn Stoloff: "We know about cold rivers", 29

Allen Tice: AndNow the News, 30

Martin Hiller: Safe Space Station: Helping Hand for Teenage Runaways, 31

Robert E. Hermann: The Training of Surgeons, 47

John A.C. Greppin: Iranian, a 2,500-Year Panorama of Language, 55

Robert V. Bruckshaw: The Art of Building Admiralty Models of Ships, 59

Suzanne Hartman: Fiction: Whistle Against the Wind, 69

John Matyas: Endangered Plant Life -Our Planet's Irreplaceable Treasure, 75

David Guralnik: Word Watch: Funny Names in Science and Technology, 87

Back Matter

Terry Pluto: Confessions of a Baseball Writer, 88

William Weiss: A Brush With Ginsberg, 90

Publication Date

Spring 1983

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 09, Spring/Summer 1983

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