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OffCourse Literary Journal

A journal for poetry, criticism, reviews, stories and essays published by Ricardo and Isabel Nirenberg since 1998.
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Offcourse July 1998 thru 2002

Re-indexed December 2014.


Issue #15.  November 2002.


Issue #14.  Summer 2002.


Issue #13.  Spring 2002.



Issue #12.  Winter 2002.


Issue #11.  Fall 2001.



Issue #10.  Summer 2001.



Issue #9.  April 2001.

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Issue #8.  December 2000.

New Publications by Offcourse contributors

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Issue #7.  Summer 2000.

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Issue #6.  Winter/Spring 2000.

This issue, guest-edited by Jenny Dowling, whose work you have seen in previous issues, showcases The Writers Studio, a remarkably successful school of creative writing located in Manhattan.  As a part of their apprenticeship, students at The Writers Studio do the following exercise:  given a text, either poetry or prose, by an established writer; they must then produce their own text, imitating certain (formal) features of the model.  We present a number of those exercises, and hope you will find, as we did, that they afford a glimpse into the original act of writing, as well as a pleasurable read.
You will also find a description of the Studio's activities and methods, a presentation of The Writers Studio by Jenny and a recent dialogue between the poet Philip Schultz, its founder and director, and Ricardo Nirenberg.

 



Issue #5.  Fall 1999.

 

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Issue #4.  Summer 1999

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The editors recommend Eugene Mirabelli's most recent novel, "The Language Nobody Speaks" (Spring Harbor Press). Elegant, melancholy and salacious, it's the delicious fruit of a lifelong research into prose and sex.


Issue # 3.  Spring 1999

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Issue # 2.  Fall/Winter 1998


Issue # 1.  Summer 1998


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