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Carleton Miscellany Now Online

May 25, 2011
By Carol Eyler

The English Department and Library are pleased to announce that all issues of the Carleton Miscellany are now available online.  The Miscellany was a highly regarded literary magazine published at Carleton from 1960-1980. At least twelve contributors later went on to win a Pulitzer Prize. Among them were Richard Eberhart, Donald Justice, Carolyn Kizer, Maxine Kumin, R.W.B. Lewis, Howard Nemerov, Anne Sexton, Karl Shapiro, Mark Strand, Mona Van Duyn, C.K. Williams and Charles Wright.  Many Carleton faculty and staff were also deeply involved with the Miscellany as both contributors and editors.

To learn more about the Miscellany and view the literary contents online, go to https://apps.carleton.edu/digitalcollections/miscellany/

Comments

  • October 19 2011 at 4:02 pm
    R. C. Olson

    Hi,

    Thanks for the information, as I have been hunting where to find all the issues of the Carleton Miscellany for quite some time. I will be sure to pass this information to my friends who have been looking for this also.