Issue 101 - Winter 1998 - 1999


Editor In Chief

  Barney Rosset

Associate Editor

  Astrid Myers

Managing Editor

  Jason Meagher

Creative Director

  Len Steinbach

Contributing Editors

  Stan Gontarski
  Peter Rosset


  Ramsi Woodcock - China
  Herbert Gold - Haiti
  Frank Shouldice - Ireland
  John Nathan - Japan
  Mia Yun - Korea
  Maria Elena Martinez - Mexico
  Christopher Moore - Thailand

Associated Authors

  Michael Guinzburg
  Perry Henzell
  Stewart Meyer
  John Rechy
  John Fergus Ryan
  John Schultz
  Hurbert Selby, Jr.
  Gilbert Sorrentino

Board of Directors

  Joseph Bianco
  Martin Garbus
  Fred Jordan
  Astrid Myers
  John Oakes
  Neil Ortenberg
  Barney Rosset
  Richard Seaver
  Joseph Strick

Advisory Council

  Donald Allen
  Louise Bourgeois
  Steve Brower
  Kent Carroll
  Francis Ford Coppola
  Art D'Lugoff
  Edward DeGrazia
  Morgan Entrekin
  Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  Inge Fentrinelli
  Everett Frost
  Joy Glass
  Andrew Irving
  Zachary Kass
  Kathy Kiernan
  Rosette Lamont
  Ted Liebowitz
  Liz Hart McMillan
  Claudia Menza
  Kenzaburō Ōe
  Charles Palella
  Charles Rembar
  Dan Simon
  Robert Solomon
  Susan Sontag
  Charles Winton
  Glenn Young

After a hiatus of many years, Evergreen was re-launched on-line in 1998, and then again in 2017. Now under the leadership of publisher John Oakes and editor-in-chief Dale Peck, the new Evergreen builds on Rosset’s legacy of searching out the stories that aren’t being told or aren’t being heard: stories that challenge our sensibilities and expand our understanding of the way people actually live in the world, and the way their truths can be expressed. Available free of charge in an online-only format, the magazine will feature fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from an international array of new and established writers. Additionally, new editions of Foxrock Books, the book publishing arm of The Evergreen Review, are being released on a periodic basis; the first two titles available in the series are Samuel Beckett’s Stirrings Still and Marguerite Duras’ The Man Sitting in the Corridor.

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