GRAND STREET, SUMMER 1989, Volume 8, Number 4.
Edition: First printing.
New York: Grand Street Press, 1989. First edition - A quarterly literary journal which is "straight from the jagged edge of the imagination. Fiction, art, poetry, science, travel, photography. Expect the unexpected." This issue features "The Widow's House" a story by Elizabeth Jolley and an essay by Penelope Gilliatt on the novellas of Muriel Spark. Also includes fiction and poetry by John Updike, Amy Hempel, Marilyn Hacker, W. S. Merwin and many more. Notes on contributors, ads. 245 pp.
Condition: Very near fine in yellow wrappers.