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abstract: This article focuses on the early editorial and literary career of Charles Henri Ford (1908–2002). Spanning much of the twentieth century, Ford’s multiform aesthetic sensibility incorporated poetry, visual art, filmmaking, photography, and magazine editing. Despite the breath and depth...
abstract: New Mexico was central to the development of American modernism in the 1920s and 1930s, and Laughing Horse magazine documented the distinctive form that modernism took there. Crucial to the arts and literary communities in Santa Fe and Taos, Laughing Horse provided a venue for...
abstract: Recent scholarship has enriched our understanding of the role that Rhythm played in the emergence of early modernism, but the magazine’s pronounced primitivism has gone largely unremarked. This article argues that, as co-editor and contributor, Katherine Mansfield negotiated an...
abstract: Under the editorship of Margaret Anderson, Jane Heap, and Ezra Pound, The Little Review published many of the most celebrated modernists during its fifteen-year run. The magazine included extensive letter columns that invited readers to insinuate themselves as “critics” into aesthetic...
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