Abatis

 

Abatis was published from 1983-1986.

It was preceded by Poetry Review published 1964-1971, UT Review published 1972-1982, and succeeded by Tampa Review published 1988-present:

IMMANENTISM: The exterior makes the interior. The interior makes the exterior. The object makes the subject. The subject makes the object. Ultimately, a fusion--no exterior, no object, no subject, no otherness, no self--only a state of being beyond the conscious and the unconscious, the superconscious. From the superconsciousness emerges the mystic words. The mystic words are the immanentist poem.

ISSN: 0882-9586

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  • Locke, Duane; Russell, M. Frank III; Chappell, Fred (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1986)
    Special Note: This issue concludes Abatis and Duane Locke's connection with the University of Tampa. The dates preceding the poems are the years of composition. Duane Locke wishes to thank all the editors for the original ...
  • Connellan, Leo; Chappell, Fred; Eberhart, Richard; Reeve, F.D.; Stafford, William; Ignatow, David; Carruth, Hayden; Junkins, Donald; Schechter, Ruth Lisa; Fishman, Charles; Essary, Loris; Oslander, M. Marcuss; Kessler, Milton; Shipley, Vivian; Masters, Marcia Lee; Merriam, Kendell; Selzer, Richard; Nanfito,Bryanne; Collier, Carol; Faulkner, D.W.; Axelrod, David B.; Fisher, Charles; Collier, Carol; Lev, Donald; McCurdy, Michael; Packard, William; Woods, John, E. (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1983)
    EDITORIAL NOTE: In keeping with my our policy of dedicating each issue to one of the very best of American writers, ABATIS TWO is dedicated to LEO CONNELLAN, recent winner of the Shelley Memorial Award and whose book THE ...
  • Chappell, Fred; Ruark, Gibbons; Lea, Sydney; Marion, Jeff Daniel; Smith, Barbara; Speece, Merry; Huddle, David; Root, William Pitt; Bayes, Ronald H.; Miller, Heather Ross; Lauthermilch, Steven; Morgan, Robert; Matthews, Jack; Stephenson, Shelby (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1983)
    EDITORIAL NOTE: With this issue of ABATIS ONE, the UT Review is replaced. ABATIS ONE initiates a new editorial policy. Each issue will be devoted to one of America's outstanding writers. Our first is Fred Chappell. As Jim ...