Issue 43: January / February 2003

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“[T]here is also, in proportion to its best use, something criminal and indecent about the camera; and there is a great load of guilt on the eye that eats what it has predigested.” — James Agee in “America, Look at Your Shame”

Featuring a previously unpublished essay by James Agee. Other essays by Charles Portis, Joy Williams, Will Blythe, and William Bowers. Poetry by James Applewhite and Charles Simic.

Other contributors include John T. Edge, Hal Crowther, Roy Blount Jr., and Mark Schone.

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