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Synopsis: "It is my great joy to bring Fence into its second life, its next nine years, with a correlative sense of marshaled resources, of unimpeded energies, of providence regained. For in the nearby Capital Region of Upstate New York stands a temple of learning called the University at Albany, and it is to this institution that Fence happily plights its troth." - Rebecca Wolff, Editor and Publisher of Fence "As the most provocative and inclusive of our country's first-rank literary journals,Fence has found an ideal partner in the New York State Writers Institute and theUniversity at Albany. . . . With the backing of the Institute and the University. . ., Fence will come into even greater bloom, thereby precisely fulfilling the mandate of the Institute, which is to encourage, support, and promote contemporary writing.This seems to me like a perfect fit." - Peter Straub, novelist and longtime Fence Board member "Fence has become an essential pillar of the literary community and the affiliation with the Writers Institute is a wonderful way for it to continue to offer a place for writers whose work sits at the far edge of innovation as well as within known forms." - Bill Clegg, literary agent at William Morris and longtime Fence Board member "The joining of Fence and the Institute is a 'marriage of true minds,' a literary love of shared intention and hope. - Lynne Tillman, Fence fiction editor and UAlbany Professor of English
Title: Fence Fall/Winter 2003 (Vol. 5 No. 2)
Publisher: Fence Magazine
Book Condition: VERY GOOD
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