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Fall 2005

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

Sunday, June 5 I’m sitting in my hotel room, the window wide open, a steep hill of pines and plane trees climbing across the way. The Tuscia, this area north […]

Summer 2005

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

EDITOR’S NOTES A nother door closes. . . . As I write these comments, the New York 7Tmes carries the announcement that the Atlantic Monthly will no longer be publishing […]

Spring 2005

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

EDITOR’S NOTES W hat are the sales of a moderately suc- cessful first novel-five thousand y()ni Rekievw perhaps? Even that may be generous. The circulation of an established literary journal […]

Winter 2005

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

EDITOR’S NOTES hat does the future hold for literary maga- j/~f zines? This is a larger, more pressing question than it may seem at first blush, reaching beyond the fate […]

Spring 2000

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

EDITOR’S NOTES R ecent editions of these Editor’s Notes have ranged from ranting about New Gxnin orker hubris to observing the pecu- liar challenges of fund-raising on behalf of a […]

Winter 2000

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

EDITOR’S NOTES W hat doesn’t make this issue special? It contains the usual mix of a KR general – number: essays and poems and stories that surprise and delight-that meet […]

Summer/Fall 1999

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

In a moment I will announce some very good news for KR in its sixtieth anniversary year—and yet I feel slightly abashed in doing so, for it concerns our finances. […]

Spring 1999

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

As I write these notes, mid-November has descended on Gambier, the leaves are down, hills and cornfields stunningly stark, the sky high, clear. And I’m drawing a deep breath, of […]

Winter 1999

Editor’s Notes

By D. H. L.

This year, 1999, marks the sixtieth anniversary of The Kenyon Review. We mark the occasion, not with horns blaring and banners waving, but with a quiet sense of satisfaction. It’s […]