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Exhibit Checklist - Celebrating The Little Magazine in Contemporary America

1) Asian American Literary Review
      Volume 1, Issue 1: Spring 2010
      College Park, Maryland.  
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2) Callaloo  
       Vol.1: December 1976 
       Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  
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3) Exquisite Corpse  
      Volume 1, No.1: January 1983
      Baltimore, Maryland.
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4) Fence  
      Volume 1, Number 1: Spring 1998
      New York, New York.
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5) Language  
      February 1978: Number 1 
      New York, New York.
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6) Timothy McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern 
      Issue Number 1: Autumn 1998
      New York
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7) N + 1 
      Number One: Fall 2004 
      New York, New York
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8) The Little Magazine; A History and Bibliography    
      Frederick J. Hoffman, Charles Allen and Carolyn F. Ulrich
      Princeton University Press; Princeton, New Jersey. 1946
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9) The Little Magazine in Contemporary America  
      Edited by Ian Morris and Joanne Diaz 
      University of Chicago Press; Chicago, Illinois. 2015
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10) Ontario Review  
      Number 1: Fall 1974
      Windsor, Ontario.
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11) Poetry 
      Volume 1, Number 1: October 1912 
      Chicago, Illinois.
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12) Tri Quarterly  
      “The Little Magazine in America: A Modern Documentary History” 
      Number 43: Fall 1978
      Evanston, Illinois.
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13) Women’s Review of Books  
         Volume 1: Summer 1983 Pilot Issue 
         Wellesley, Massachusetts.  
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