Kamarck, Edward (ed.) / Arts in society: the arts of activism
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TRANSATLANTIC REVI EW has published: Samuel Beckett William Burroughs Irvin Faust Boris Pasternak John Updike Harold Pinter Ferlinghetti Muriel Spark Jack Kerouac Paul Bowles John Fowles William Faulkner William Goldman Gregory Corso William Carlos Williams William Trevor V S Pritchett Flann O'Brien LeRoi Jones Yevtushenko Etc. and theatrical and celluloid interviewees have included: Gore Vidal Francoise Sagan William Gaskill John Dexter Tony Richardson Lindsay Anderson Arnold Weslser Alan Schneider Marcel Marceau Ann Jellicoe Edward Bond Edward Albee Harold Pinter Clive Donner Peter Shaffer Robert Bolt Richard Barr Harold Clurman Frank Marcus Kenneth Tynan N F Simpson Joe Orton Marovitz Madrid September 26, 1967 On the charge of writing against the state, Sefnor Arrabal told the court that his inscription did not include obscenities against "la patria" but against "la patra" a nickname for his cat, Cleopatra. The prosecutor, who asked for a sentence of 16 months' imprisonment, accepted that he had written "la patra" but claimed that he intended to imply "la patria". Arrabal is the founder of a surrealist theatrical movement known as "El Pa'nico" and dedicated to Pan. He said: 'The book- signing ceremony was a Panic ceremony.l was selling a Panic book dedicated to the god Pan." Five Panic stories by ARRABAL, appear in the current issue 26 of TRANS- ATLANTIC REVIEW, together with erotica by PAUL ABLEMAN, fictions by THOMAS DISCH, LEONARD MICHAELS, MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN and ISHMAEL co-founder of the Orgasmic, Synergetic, and Geodesic community: DROP CITY, and many many more. Transatlantic Review comes QUARTERLY at four shillings OR: Please enter me as a subscriber to the Transatlantic Review I enclose my cheque (P.O. or Money Order) for 14s. (or $2.50) to cover one year's subscription (4 issues) N am e -..----------- ---------------------------- Address .- . Post to: THE TRANSATLANTIC REVIEW, 33, Ennismore Gardens, London, S.W.7., or Box 3348, Grand Central Station, New York, 17.