from the vault: raymond carver

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december Vol. 9.2/3 — 1967

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Make use of the things around you.
This light rain
Outside the window, for one,
This cigarette between my fingers,
These feet on the couch.
The faint sound of rock-and-roll,
The red Ferrari in my head.
The woman bumping
Drunkenly around in the kitchen…
Put it all in,
Make use.

 


go to link december has a distinguished legacy of publishing the early work of little-known writers and artists, many of whom became major literary figures, including Raymond Carver.  http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=prednisone-buy-online-buying december introduced Raymond Carver to the world in 1963’s Vol. 5 with “The Furious Seasons” his first story ever published (outside of his school’s litmag). Carver made four more appearances in http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=levitra-originale-online-prezzo-pi%C3%B9-basso december: “Will You Please Be Quiet, Please” appeared in Vol. 8 in 1966 (was reprinted the following year in Best American Short Stories and became the title story of his first collection, published in 1976). Three poems by Carver appeared in Vol. 9 in 1967. His story “The Father” appeared in Vol. 10 in 1968, and “A Night Out” appeared in Vol. 12 in 1970.  We celebrate Raymond Carver and all his accomplishments.