Michigan Quarterly Review features essay on Poetry of Alice Fulton
ANN ARBOR—An essay on the poetry of Alice Fulton, an English professor at the University of Michigan, highlights the works of more than a dozen scholars and writers featured in the spring 1995 issue of Michigan Quarterly Review (MQR).
Published by the U-M, MQR contains essays, poetry, fiction, memoirs, reviews and graphics.
“Distortion, Explosion, Embrace: The Poetry of Alice Fulton,” written by Emily Grosholz, poet and Pennsylvania State University philosophy professor, explores the language and meaning of Fulton’s works.
Also featured are U-M Prof. Emeritus David Noel Freedman’s review of the new edition of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Love of the Last Tycoon: A Western,” and the poetry of Douglas Woodsum and the fiction of Ingrid Hill, both former Hopwood Award winners at the U-M.
Others whose works appear in MQR include Bay Anapol, J.D. Brown, Vanni Cappelli, Kathy Fagan, Roger Gilbert, Charles Gullans, Philip Kobylarz, Edward Morin, Elias Miguel Munoz and Ilan Stavans.
The spring 1995 edition of MQR is currently available in local bookstores and in the MQR office in Room 3032, Rackham Building. For more information, call (313) 764- 9265.