Supriya Ghosh

The Quarterly

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn

The Quarterly was an avant-garde literary magazine founded and edited by Gordon Lish in 1987. The Quarterly showcased the work of contemporary authors.

Volume 1 of The Quarterly was published in Spring 1987. "The Magazine of New American Writing" featured works by: Amy Hempel, Tom Spanbauer, Matthew Levine, Jane Smiley, Jack Gilbert, Harold Brodkey, Patty Marx and others.

Volume 2 of The Quarterly was published in Summer 1987. "The Magazine of New American Writing" featured works by: Noy Holland, Mark Richard, Nancy Lemann, Ann Pyne, Jack Gilbert, Paulette Jiles, Rick Bass and others.

Volume 3 of The Quarterly was published in Fall 1987. "The Magazine of New American Writing" featured works by: Mark Richard, Hellen Schulman, Ted Pejovich, Sunny Rogers, Ann Pyne, Diane Williams, Rick Bass and others.

Volume 4 of The Quarterly was published in Winter 1987. "The Magazine of New American Writing" featured works by: Sharon Dupree, Mark Richard, Michael Hickins, Yannick Murphy, Patrick McGrath, Jan Pendleton, Rebecca Bondor, George Angel, Stephen O'Connor and others.

Volume 5 of The Quarterly was published in Spring 1988. "The Magazine of New American Writing" featured works by: Jennifer Allen, William Tester, Janet Mitchell, Sharon Dupree, Robert Fox, Sheila Kohler and others.

Volume 6 of The Quarterly was published in Summer 1988. "The Magazine of New American Writing" featured works by: Ann Pyne, Jan Pendleton, Victor Barall, Jennifer Allen, Harold Brodkey, M. D. Stein and others.

The Quarterly ended with the final publication of volume 31 in the Fall of 1995.

References

The Quarterly Wikipedia


Similar Topics
The Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
The Quarterly Review of Biology
Serena (2014 film)
Topics