Transatlantic Review, Issue 21, Summer 1966

Burroughs contributes “‘Speaking Clock’ Speaking in Present Time”, pp. 99-102.

Published in London, England by The Transatlantic Review in Summer of 1966.

This copy formerly in the collection of Darin Scope.

Bibliographic Information:

  • Not in M&M
  • Shoaf III.91
  • Schottlaender v4.C149
  • Raven 19660700TREV.0.21
  • N. F. Simpson: "Making Nonsense of Nonsense" (prose)
  • Arnold Wesker and Giles Gordon: "Arnold Wesker" (interview)
  • B. S. Johnson: extract from Trawl (prose)
  • Anthony Burgess: "Five Revolutionary Sonnets" (poetry)
  • Robert Dawson: "Rafters" (poetry)
  • George Garrett: "Excursion" (poetry)
  • Alan Sillitoe: "Tree" (poetry)
  • Muriel Spark: "Owen" (poetry)
  • Yevgeny Yevtushenko: "No, I'll Not Take the Half" (poetry)
  • Andrew Sinclair: "The Atomic Band" (prose)
  • John Updike: "During the Jurassic" (prose)
  • Harold Pinter: "The Black and White" (prose)
  • Paul Bowles: "The Spring" (prose)
  • Malcolm Bradbury: "The Adult Education Class" (prose)
  • Irvin Faust: "Simon Girty Go Ape" (prose)
  • Jack Clemo: "Eros in Exile" (poetry)
  • Tony Connor: "The Poet's Reflection" (poetry)
  • Anthony Barrett: poem
  • David Cornel De Jong: "Code" (poetry)
  • Robert Pack: "Lying in Bed" (poetry)
  • H. E. Francis: "All the People I Never Had" (prose)
  • Francis Ponge:
    • "The Potato" (poetry)
    • "Natural Habits of Dogs" (poetry)
  • William Burroughs: "'Speaking Clock' Speaking in Present Time" (prose)
  • Michael Goldstein: "The Self-Contained Compartment" (prose)
  • John Hopkins: "The Up and Down" (prose)
  • Colin Spencer:
    • "The Room" (prose)
    • "Cabaret of the City Arms" (drawing)
  • Alexis Lykiard: "True Story for Poets" (poetry)
  • Jeff Nuttall: "Sorry, My Mistake" (poetry)
  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti: "Tate Gallery, London, July 1965" (poetry)
  • Anthony Edkins:
    • "Apluseleven" (poetry)
    • "Graffito" (poetry)
  • James Raimes:
    • "Letter" (poetry)
    • "Title" (poetry)
  • Eugene Walter: "The Charmer" (prose)
  • Peter Farmer: illustrations
  • Melody Lawrence: "Eliah Sumatra the Third" (prose)
  • Alan Lelchuk: "Sundays" (prose)
  • Frederick Busch: "People, We Are Called" (prose)
  • Kaffe Fasset: illustrations
  • Heathcote Williams: illustrations
Publishing Information:
  • Editor: Joseph F. McCrindle
  • Poetry Editors: George Garrett, B. S. Johnson
  • Associate Editors: Brock Brower, Ruby Millar, Eugene Walter, Heathcote Williams
  • Advertising: Arthur Boyars, Paul Neuburg, Jean Mullins


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