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The Atlantean Press Review

The Atlantean Press Review, published quarterly, focused on literature, art with essays on esthetics, especially the work of contemporary Romantic writers and artists. Each issue contained 80 to 120 pages and featured a work of art in full color on the front cover.
1992 Edition (Premier Issue)
  • Excerpts from Andrew Bernstein’s Heart of a Pagan
  • Bill Bucko’s The Outcasts
  • Edward Cline’s Run From Judgment
  • David Haddad’s The Cutting Edge
  • Burgess Laughlin’s Merchant’s Word
  • “The Hunter,” a short story by Quent Cordair
  • The Second Torch, a one-act play by J. E. Schaeffer
  • Poetry & Music by B. Carter Bosley, J. Warren Gresham, John R. Sandler, Roxanna Walker, Saul Tchernikovski (trans. Michelle Fram-Cohen)
  • Visual Art: Steven Saaf by Lorelei Brede, Revital Brook’s Portrait of Toscanini
  • Sandra Shaw’s Don Quixote
  • Ohad Kamin & Yaron Brook’s essay, “On the Ethical and Political Aspects of Esthetics”
Fall 1993 Issue (Vol. 1, No. 1)
  • Excerpts from Andrew Bernstein’s Heart of a Pagan
  • John Stuart’s The Survival Manifesto
  • “The Most Beautiful Face in the World,” by Joe Ligotti
  • “The Thinker,” a poem by Berton Braley
  • Edward Cline’s monograph “The Wizards of Disambiguation: A Critique of Mystery Genre Criticism”
Winter 1993 Issue (Vol. 1, No. 2)
  • Excerpts from Bill Bucko’s The Outcasts
  • Maurice Champagne’s The Mysterious Valley (trans. Bill Bucko)
  • “Eye of the Beholder,” a short story by Joe Ligotti
  • “The Whistler,” a short story by Quent Cordair
  • Three Poems by Moira Russell
  • Two Songs by John R. Sandler
  • Shoshana Milgram Knapp’s Introduction to Victor Hugo’s Toilers of the Sea
Spring 1994 Issue (Vol. 1, No. 3)
  • Excerpts from Edward Cline’s Honors Due
  • Burgess Laughlin’s Merchant’s Word
  • “First Steps,” a short story by Kris Cameron
  • “Prometheus,” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (trans. Bill Bucko),
  • Four Poems by Victor Hugo
  • Four Bardic Cycle Poems by Moira Russell
  • Revital Brook’s essay, “Naturalism and Romanticism as Expressed in the Works of Millet and Breton”
Summer 1994 (Vol. 1, No. 4)
  • Excerpts from Andrew Bernstein’s Heart of a Pagan,
  • Maurice Champagne’s The Mysterious Valley (trans. Bill Bucko)
  • Edward Cline’s Sparrowhawk
  • Alexandra York’s Becoming
  • “The Seduction of Santi Banesh” by Quent Cordair
  • “Jam To-day,” by Moira Russell
  • Bill Bucko on Algernon Swinburne and Alexandra York Introduces Joe Anna Arnett
Fall 1994 (Vol. 2, No. 1)
  • Excerpts from Maurice Champagne’s The Mysterious Valley (trans.Bill Bucko)
  • R. Lawrence Claypool’s The Obsidian Throne
  • Edward Cline’s Sparrowhawk
  • “April’s Justice” a short story by Quent Cordair
  • Poetry by Moira Russell and Mark Akenside
  • Andrew Bernstein’s “Philosophical Reflections on Literary Heroism”
Winter 1994 (Vol. 2, No. 2)
  • Excerpts from Bill Bucko’s The Outcasts
  • Edward Cline’s Sparrowhawk
  • “The Story,” a short one by Guy Slaughter
  • “The Dawnmaker;” a short story by Joe Ligotti
  • Kenneth Forbes’ “Great Art to the Grotesque,” Part l of 3, with an Introduction by Sandra J. Shaw
Spring 1995 (Vol. 2, No. 3)
  • Excerpts from Edward Cline’s Sparrowhawk
  • Alexandra York’s Becoming
  • “Aspire to the Earth,” a short story by Joe Ligotli
  • “Easter Tulips,” a sonnet by William Greeley
  • “An Introduction to the Study of Poetry”, by Charles Mills Gayley
  • Kenneth Forbes’ “Great Art to the Grotesque,” Part 2 of 3
Summer 1995 (Vol. 2, No. 4)
  • Excerpts from Edward Cline’s Sparrowhawk, and
  • “Greased Lightnin’,” a short story by John M. Floyd
  • Three sonnets by Moira Russell
  • Bill Bucko’s “Heroes, Tigers, and Cobras: Adventures in Translating The Mysterious Valley”
  • “H. Beam Piper: The Science Fiction of Individualism,” by C. A. Wolski
  • Kenneth Forbes’ “Great Art to the Grotesque,” Part 3 of 3
Fall 1995 (Vol. 3, No. 1)
  • Excerpts from Edward Cline’s Sparrowhawk
  • “The Experiment,” a short story by Thomas A. Bowden
  • “Differences,” a short story by F. M. Lavin
  • Translations of French Romantic poetry by R. H. Morrison
  • Edward Cline reviews The Secret of the League, by Ernest Bramah
  • Victor Hugo’s Preface to “Cromwell” (Part 1 of 2)

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