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Author: Harry Smith; Thomas Tolnay; Anne Conover Heller
Publisher: New York : The Smith, 1976.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
X-1.
New York : The Smith, 1976
(OCoLC)647023220
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Smith; Thomas Tolnay; Anne Conover Heller
ISBN: 0912292415 9780912292410
OCLC Number: 2542348
Description: 232 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: The Smith. Letter to X-1.--Hedley, L.W. Words about JB.--Schwartz, H. An assignment.--Wetherell, W.D. Chowder.--Greenberg, A. Erotifictions.--Dybek, S. Prayer.--Bumpus, J. The love of beasts.--Blind, P. My trip to southern California on a nine by twelve demo.--Kempher, R.M. The yellow book of conversations.--Fox, H. From words from Xibala.--Mitchell, I.M. Scenes from the Thistledown Theatre.--Knight, A.W. The finger.--Manganelli, G. Insert: on saying goodbye.--Marcotte, E. The marginalist.--Jafek, B. Conversations with the minotaur.--Pomerance, S. We only want you to be happy, Janet.--Nations, O.L. The woman beautiful.--Higgins, D. Women, like horses.--Sise, C.I had never noticed.--Fiorella, M. With but one simple step.--Petersfreund, S.S. Morning fragment with dogs.--Young, S. Bourn.--Luks, A. Bus.--Livingston, G. Hunt.--Nelson, S. It was.--Smith, H. The universe is not for sale.
Responsibility: [editors for this project, Harry Smith, general, Tom Tolnay, managing, Anne C. Heller, coordinating].

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