Editor's Notes:

"Women Working in Literature," a conference featuring contemporary poets and feminist literary critics in dialogue, will take place at San Francisco State University on April 12, 13, and 14. Featured panelists and performers will include: Olga Broumas, Monique Wittig, Luisa Teish, Marjorie Perloff, Barbara Christian, Merle Woo, Michelle Cliff, Lorna Dee Cervantes, Karen Brodine, Judy Grahn, Wanda Coleman, Susan Howe, Suzanne Juhasz, Jayne Cortez, Joanne Feit-Diehl, Susan Stanford Friedman, Frances Jaffer, Elizabeth Abel, Thulani Davis, Sandra Gilbert, Beverly Dahlen, and Daphne Marlatt. Introducing them will be poets and critics on the teaching faculty at S.F.S.U.: Frances Phillips, Kathleen Fraser, Deborah Rosenfelt, Frances Mayes, Mona Lisa Saloy and Judith Breen. For more information write: Frances Phillips, Asst. Director, The Poetry Center, S.F.S.U., 1600 Holloway, S.F., CA 94132 . . . . Credit for palm drawings in Volume 2, Number 1 goes to Colleen McCallion . . . . Daphne Marlatt's new book of poem/prose, Touch to My Tongue, is just out from Longspoon Press, c/o Dept. of English, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

HOW(ever) is available in a second series of four numbers. Subscriptions for Volume Two cost $6 for individuals and $8 for libraries and institutions. Single copies are not for sale, except on a limited local basis, nor are free sample copies available. Your subscription and support is invited. Subscription checks should go to: HOW(ever), c/o Jaffer, 871 Corbett Street, San Francisco, CA 94131. Original poetry manuscripts, informal commentary on neglected modernist women writers, postcards alerting us to current or lost works of poetry will be seriously considered. All editorial correspondence should be sent to: Fraser, 554 Jersey Street, San Francisco, CA 94114.

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