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Introduction by Geoffrey Sill

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  • “Walt Whitman and Labor”
    by George Blyn
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  • “Walt Whitman and the Imagists”
    by Lorelei Cederstrom
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    by Carl Little & Joseph Donahue
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Issue Credits


Mickle Street Review is sponsored and published by the Department of English at the Camden campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.


Initial archiving of issue completed on
August 04, 2006 by Evan Roskos

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EDITOR
Geoffrey M. Sill

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS
Susan Chromiak
Donald Kummings
Frank McQuilken
Eric Nelson
Jean Pearson

ART EDITOR
John Giannotti

CARETAKER OF WHITMAN HOUSE
Eleanor Ray

TYPIST
Jan Schilmoeller

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Special Thanks

Thanks to the following authors for permission to print previously published works:
E. Jean Lanyon, “lacemakers,” Woman Scrapbook, 1979, and “the keys,” Goblets,Winter 1982; Patti Renner-Tana, “Alienated Labor,” “Barmaid,” and “Good Foundation,”How Odd this Ritual of Harmony, Gusto Press, 1981; Rosemari Mealy, “Blueprint (For Alex),” “Quiet Victories,” and “The Hands which Spoke – for the Ears that Could Not Hear,” Lift These Shadows from Our Eyes, West End Press, 1978.

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