In book form, the outstanding short stories (27), poems (62) and critical studies (19) which have appeared in Accent...
by ‧RELEASE DATE: Nov. 7, 1946
In book form, the outstanding short stories (27), poems (62) and critical studies (19) which have appeared in Accent magazine during its first five years of publication. This magazine has set a high intellectual and artistic standard, and has also brought before the public a good many of the younger, more liberal writers of the day. Of the established authors, you will recognize in the short story section Kay Boyle, James Farrell, Katherine Anne Porter, Irwin Shaw, Richard Wright, Eudora Welty; among the posts, E.E. Cummings, Rilke, Horace Cregory, Muriel Rukeyser, Jermey Ingalls, etc. among the critics Paul Rosenfeld, Kenneth Burke, F. O. Matthiessen... Of value to writing groups, as well as the critical reader.