Literary Quarterly: Spring 1998 

Biography meets critique in Armond White's take on 2pac.
by Tyrone Williams

All aboard for despair, angst, nausea and points south.
by Timothy Dugdale

A wide-ranging American novel talks about getting whole.
by Lynn Crawford

Ursula K. Le Guin reopens the Tao in her own words.
by Jane Slaughter

POP UP KNOWLEDGE The latest Knopf book on the art and history of building is a multileveled adventure.
by Jerry Herron

A Mystery.
by Bobbie Louise Hawkins

The Prose Garden is a Metro Times Literary Quarterly feature in which previously unpublished work by nationally acclaimed authors is presented exclusively in these pages.

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