Leila Wilson

Court Green 2

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Catalog Number: 
Journal, Court Green 2
Date: 
2005
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
2
Abstract: 
Annual Collection of Poems and Dossier by English Dept of Columbia College Chicago
Language: 
English
Notes: 
ISSN/ISBN: 
1548-5242
Series Title: 
Website: 

https://columbiacollegecourtgreen.submittable.com/submit
^main site is no longer functioning as of 2-26-17, but the submission page is still up.

Chicago Review 53: 2/3

Catalog Number: 
Journal, Chicago Review 53:2/3
Date: 
Autumn 2007
Volume: 
53
Issue: 
2/3
Abstract: 
Chicago Review is an international journal of writing and critical exchange published quarterly in the Division of Humanities of the University of Chicago, and supported in part from a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. *
Language: 
English
Notes: 
* taken from the title page
Series Title: 
ISSN/ISBN: 
0009-3696
Website: 

humanities.uchicago.edu/review

MoonLit: This Is Issue Number Three

Chicago Review 49:1

Chicago Review 51:4, 52:1

Catalog Number: 
Magazine Chicago Review
Date: 
Spring 2006
Volume: 
51/52
Issue: 
4/1
Abstract: 
The Chicago Review is an international journal of writing and critical exchange published quarterly by the Division of Humanities of the University of Chicago. The first part of this double-issue is a celebration of the work of poet Lisa Robertson. The poem by Eric Elshtain is a collaboration with Gnoetry, a computerized language synthesizer that develops poems from an analytic, statistical process once certain parameters (source texts, stanzas, length of lines) are input into the system.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract drawn in part from title page.
Series Title: 
Website: 

humanities.uchicago.edu/review

Chicago Review 51:3

Chicago Review 51 1/2

Catalog Number: 
Magazine Chicago Review
Date: 
Spring 2005
Volume: 
51
Issue: 
1/2
Abstract: 
The Chicago Review is an international journal of writing and critical exchange published by the Division of Humanities of the University of Chicago. Much of this issue focuses on an appreciation of the work of poet/academic Christopher Middleton.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Abstract drawn in part from item description on title page.
Series Title: 
Website: 

humanities.uchicago.edu/review

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