Archiving Aspect

Name of Student Commentator Savannah Robert

DescriptionAspect Magazine vol. 11, issue 62, May-June, 1975

Creators list Edward J. Hogan, Jeff Schwartz, Ellen Schwartz, M. T. Buckley, Christine Smith, Jeffrey Katz, Barbara A. Holland, Sterling Kelly Webb, Andrew Darlington, Doris Wight, Joan Colby, Dennis Nicholas Hoppin, Karen Solstad, and Rick Smith, Marjorie Masel, Roger Camp, Frank J. Jones, Robie Darche, Bettina Barrett, Gudanowska, Jean Segaloff

Contributors Edward J. Hogan, Jeff Schwartz, and Ellen Schwartz.

Date 5-1975

Publisher Aspect/ Zephyr Press

Description This volume of Aspect magazine is titled Aspect: Poetry, Fiction, Politics.  A drawing of a two cylindrical shaped buildings with windmills seem to be set on a rocky shore, on the green front page.  It is edited by Edward J. Hogan, Jeff Schwartz, and Ellen Schwartz and also includes artwork from Jean Segaloff.  This issue contains fifty-two pages, held together by two stapes.  The inside cover contains a table of contents with the type of writing followed by the authors and page numbers associated under that category.

A description and method of treating ­­­­­­“Sore Nipples” from Dr. Willich’s Domestic Encyclopedia is found, and credit is given on page fifty-one.  Also on page fifty-one is credit for the drawings in the review section, which came from the New Masses. As well as a place to order Edcentric Magazine, a place to get news and commentary from the educational reform movement.  Another advertisement for a monthly newsletter about the U.S. Military named Recon, is included on the back page.

This issue contains poetry from M. T. Buckley, Christine Smith, Jeffrey Katz, Barbara A. Holland, Sterling Kelly Webb, Andrew Darlington, Doris Wight, Joan Colby, Dennis Nicholas Hoppin, Karen Solstad, and Rick Smith.  It contains art work from Jean Segaloff, Marjorie Masel, Roger Camp, and one anonymous piece that was with permission from the Manchester Central Library.  This piece is a photograph taken by a freelance photographer in Manchester, England.

This issue has two essays, the first is titled “Corliss, Master of Power” by Frank J. Jones.  This brief piece offers a point of view into mechanical engineer, George H. Corliss’ power and public influence due to his invention, the steam engine in the mid-1800s.  The next essay, “Winning in the Sierras” by Robie Darche, is a bit longer.  It discusses the position of women in casinos as changegirls and cocktail waitresses, with discussion of keymen as well.  Another version of this piece is also found in Canadian Woman’s magazine, Branching Out.

Some brief works of fiction are included such as “Paradise”, by Gudanowska and “Karla in the Dark”, by Bettina Barrett.  Politics include “Bureaucracy, Reform, and Intervention in Czechoslovakia”. This is by George Shaw Wheeler, Lawrence Hill & Co, and focuses on events during 1968, including the goals of Czechoslovakian reformers and economics.

In News titles such as “Granite Suit”, “Montreal Writers’ Cooperative: Imaginative Space”, “100 Flowers Closes”, “Aspect Benefit,” are included prior to a letter-to-the-editor.  Ellen Schwartz reviewed Final Analysis by Lois Gould and Jane by Dee Wells.

The bottom of page forty-four has one of the last sections.  “Poems & Insults!” discussed Charles Bukowski and the impact he has.  He reads his poems and stories for audiences at various locations.  One of his pieces is called Burning in Water Drowning in Flame.  This is followed by Public Testimony by Elizabeth Fenton, and Of Earth by Douglas Worth, which have brief descriptions as well as the price of the book.

This concludes with a section for magazines. Bachy by John Harris, Bob Mehlman, Patricia Washington, and others; Branching Out by New Women’s Magazine Society; Women/Poems III by Women Poems Press are available with price and descriptions as well.

The back page of the magazine is titled, “The People Inside”.  It includes notes on Michael Buckley, Christine Smith, Frank Jones, Jeff Katz, Barbara Holland, Marjorie Masel, Robie Darche’s, Doris Wight, Roger Camp, Bettina Barrett, and Rick Smith.  It states that “Aspect is a member of the New England Small Press Association (NESPA) and the Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines (CCLM)” and that the magazine is printed by Design Workshop, Inc.  

Subject American Politics | Literature in English, North America | United States History. Each document you create will be indexed in the Digital Commons as part of the American Politics Commons, Literature in English, North America Commons, and the United States History Commons.

Recommended Citation Hogan, Edward J; Barrett, Bettina; Buckley, M.T.; Camp, Roger; Colby, Joan; Darche, Robie; Darlington, Andrew; Holland, Barbara A.; Jones, Frank J.; Gudanowska; Hoppin, Dennis Nicholas; Katz, Jeffrey; Masel, Marjorie; Schwartz, Jeff; Schwartz, Ellen; Segaloff, Jean; Smith, Christine; Smith, Rick; Solstad, Karen; Webb, Sterling Kelly; Wight, Doris; and Robert, Savannah, “Aspect Magazine vol. 11, issue 62, May-June, 1975” (1975). Aspect Magazine.

 

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Author: srobeardemocracy

Welcome! I am an Elementary Education and American Studies major at Keene State College. I believe that the two majors complement each other nicely as American Studies broadens perspectives, teaches history, and enhances reading and writing skills- all important in the classroom. I love the wonder and amazement found in young students and am looking forward to contributing to the development of their lives. Although I can't wait to be in the classroom full time, traveling first is high priority. Ideally, I will attain a masters degree in California (or just move out there for the heck of it).

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