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About that, the introductions to modern anthologies offer some provocative evidence, presenting a record of how anthologists understood the beginnings of modernism--and, of course, how they nudged their readers' understandings of these beginnings.
Anthologies, also, came to take on a retrospective function, especially in the aftermath of the 1774 defeat of perpetual copyright which enabled anthologists to compile "timeless gleanings from the backlist" (67).
The success of New Irish Writing, the editorial orientation of Poolbeg Press in its early days, and David's activities as an anthologist has had the effect of indelibly associating his name with the short story.
A leading cultural critic and commentator, anthologist, curator, catalogue writer, novelist and poet, Wedde worked for a decade at the The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (from late 1993 to early 2004).
While studying writing in New York in 1960, Hamilton married poet, book anthologist and author Arnold Adoff.
Poet, essayist, dramatist, anthologist, and translator Gerhard
In November 1977, Willis Richardson, the first African American to have a serious play on Broadway, the first black drama anthologist, and a dramatist with several dozen plays to his credit, died in obscurity.
Greenberg is the world's leading anthologist currently active in trade publishing, with books published with more than 50 publishing houses, including Doubleday, HarperCollins and Warner.
In spite of Colchie's rather arbitrary selection (Of course, all anthologies are arbitrary, since they depend on the tastes of the anthologist.
With Fire On The Water Clarke has excelled as an anthologist not only for the extensive nature of his research, but also for his approach to documentation and presentation of Black Creativity in Nova Scotia.
Lopate has two other taut strings in his literary bow: He is an anthologist and an aficionado of film.
Written by a literature professor and a prolific writer, translator, anthologist, poet, bibliographer, story writer, critic, and essayist, this jewel of a book is yet another sign of Mihailovic's versatility.