Volume 12, Numbers 1-2 Fiction’s Present

Contents

R. M. BERRY AND JEFFREY R. DI LEO
12 Theses on Fiction’s Present

SAMUEL R. DELANY
Fiction’s Present: Brief Notes

TIMOTHY S. MURPHY
To Have Done with Postmodernism

LESLIE SCALAPINO
Fiction’s Present without Basis

ROBERT L. MCLAUGHLIN
Post-Postmodern Discontent

LIDIA YUKNAVITCH
Toward the Edge of the Hermetic

ALAN SINGER
The Self-Deceiving Muse

BRIAN EVENSON
Notes on Fiction and Philosophy

ROBERT L. CASERIO
The Distinction of Historical Fiction

LANCE OLSEN
The Musicality of Creative Disjunction

MICHAEL MARTONE
Mount Rushmore

SUE-IM LEE
Recognition as a Depleted Source

PERCIVAL EVERETT
A Modality

RAYMOND FEDERMAN
Critifictional Reflections

RONALD SUKENICK
Miller to Henry James

JEROME KLINKOWITZ
In Their Own Words

CAROLE MASO
World Book Source

General Articles

CAROL BECKER
Interdisciplinarity

VINCENT B. LEITCH
Postmodern Theory of Technology

MOSHE GOLD
Serious Play

ZAHI ZALLOUA
Foucault as Educator

Review Articles

DAVID B. DOWNING
Double-Edged Sword of Affiliation

PAUL SMITH
Precarious Politics

STEPHEN WATT
Notes on a ”Classic”

CHRISTIAN MORARU
Modernism, Deconstruction, Derrida

JED DEPPMAN
Modernism and Melancholia