Eric Rewitzer's covers for Plant's
were the first things that most people saw of the magazine, and therefore
it's appropriate that they are the first items to appear here. We're still
in the process of putting our original issues--Plant's Classic, if
you will--online, so not everything's linked up yet, but please bear with
us. Selecting a cover will get you a large version of the cover, choosing
the headline above the description will take you to that issue's title page.
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Appearing days before the 1992 Presidential election, featuring thoughts
on the nature of comedy, the profits from Mein Kampf, populist presidents,
Harriet the Spy, Les Miserables, and the ins and outs of the antiquarian
Special All-Male Sensitive-Guy Love Your Mother [Earth] Issue
A wholly unintentionally all-guy issue featuring reviews of Topsoil and
Civilization, Stewart Holbrook, Athenian democracy, a photoessay by
A.J. Zelada, and our special affinity for Mike Royko.
Our biggest issue ever! With reviews of Orwell's essays and letters, Hunter
Thompson in fiction and cartoon, chess, The Story of Corn, Didion,
original work by Doug Rennie on censorship, and poetry by Joan Maiers
The Anyone Who Stays in
The map of NW censorship, creation stories for kids, rules for writers,
Levi-Strauss' The Way of the Masks, Jamake Highwater, The Game of
LIfe, electronic publishing, chilling stuff by A.J. Zelada.
Our House is a Guest
The Hoist-by-Your-Own Petard,
A somewhat premature celebration of passing the one-year mark that wrecks
so many young publications. With reviews of Thomas Bernhard, A.E. van Vogt,
Tom McCall, Reynolds Price, Penelope Lively, Timothy Egan, Alexander Kuprin,
John Cheever, fiction by Margaret Baker, essays by A.J. Zelada and David
Loftus, and more...
With a Side of Hubris Issue
Last Modified: 22 July 1995 by Darrel
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