Index

Peer Reviewed Essays, Interviews, and Introductions


Abbott, Keith. “The Gift of Anonymity: Social Class and Property in ‘Why Don’t You Dance?’” The Raymond Carver Review 3 (Spring 2011): 17-36.

Abrahams, Eileen. “The Glass Half Empty: The Poetics of Raymond Carver’s ‘Vitamins.” The Raymond Carver Review 1 (Winter 2007): 1-15.

Amir, Ayala. “‘I Don’t Do Motion Shots’: Photography, Movement, and Change in Raymond Carver’s Stories.” The Raymond Carver Review 1 (Winter2007): 33-52.

Benson, Josef. “Masculinity as Homosocial Enactment in Three Stories by Raymond Carver.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 81-95. 

---. “Ralph Whiteman as White Construction in ‘Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?’” The Raymond Carver Review 4 (Summer 2014): 7-21.

Cushing, Cameron. “The Negative Pastoral in Raymond Carver’s ‘The Compartment.’” The Raymond Carver Review 5/6 (Winter 2016 / Spring 2017): 58-67.

Duranti, Riccardo.  See David Muldoon, 3 (Spring 2011): 6-16.

Fachard, Vasiliki. “Four Female Voices in ‘Fever’: Introduction to Feminism and Carver.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 10-19.

Fabre-Clark, Claire. “Introduction to Special Issue on Carver and Feminism.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009):5-9. 

Fuller, Molly. “Intentionality and Narrative Thrust in the Beginners Version of ‘Why Don’t You Dance?” The Raymond Carver Review 4 (Summer 2014): 56-73. 

Hall, Vanessa. “Influences of Feminism and Class on Raymond Carver’s Short Stories.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 54-80.

Hemmingson, Michael. “‘Will We Still Be Us?’: Raymond Carver’s Short Plays.” The Raymond Carver Review 3 (Spring 2011): 53-69.

Johnston, Taylor. “‘Inside anything’: The Evacuation of Commodified Space in Raymond Carver’s ‘Cathedral.’” The Raymond Carver Review 5/6 (Winter 2016 / Spring 2017): 13-34.

Kappes, Joseph. “‘I’d just like to get to the bottom of this’: Deferred Narratives of Knowledge and Identity in ‘Bicycles, Muscles, Cigarettes.” 4 (Summer 2014) 37-55.

Kleppe, Sandra Lee. “Raymond Carver and Biography.” The Raymond Carver Review 5/6 (Winter 2016 / Spring 2017): 7-12. 

McDermott, John A. “American Epicleti: Using James Joyce to Read Raymond Carver.” The Raymond Carver Review 3 (Spring 2011): 37-52. 

Monti, Enrico. “Il Miglior Fabbo? On Gordon Lish’s Editing of Carver’s ‘What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.” The Raymond Carver Review 1 (Winter 2007): 53-74.

Muldoon, David. “Carver’s Domestic Adaptations: An Interview with Riccardo Duranti, Carver’s Italian Translator.” The Raymond Carver Review 3 (Spring 2011): 6-16.

Ní Éigeartaigh, Aoileann. “Space, Domesticity and the Everyday: Re-reading Raymond Carver’s Women.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 33-53.

Olson, Ann. “‘Kill who?’: Forgiving the Immigrants in Raymond Carver’s ‘Sixty Acres.’” The Raymond Carver Review 5/6 (Winter 2016/ Spring 2017): 46-57.

Polonsky, Katrina. “Masculinity and the Domestic Space: Reconsidering ‘Neighbors’ and ‘Collectors.’” The Raymond Carver Review 4 (Summer 2014): 22-36.

Pountney, Jonathan. “Raymond Carver and Haruki Murakami: Literary Influences in Late-Capitalism.” The Raymond Carver Review 5/6 (Winter 2016 /Spring 2017): 58-78.

Seemann, Brian. “Existential Connections: The Influence of Raymond Carver on Haruki Murakami.” The Raymond Carver Review 1 (Winter 2007): 75-92.

Sorby, Angela. “Raymond Carver and the Temperance Tradition.” The Raymond Carver Review 1 (Winter 2007): 16-32.

Stein, Madeleine. “Keeping Our Eyes Closed: Unsustainable Transformation in Raymond Carver’s ‘Cathedral.’” 5/6 The Raymond Carver Review (Winter 2016 / Spring 2017): 35-45.

Wiederhold, Eve. “A Feminist Re-Vision of the Work of Interpretation in Raymond Carver’s ‘Cathedral.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 96-115.

Zarranz, Libe García. “‘Passionate Fictions’: Raymond Carver and Feminist Theory.” The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 20-32.

Book Reviews

Edwins, Jo Angela, Review of Tess Gallagher’s Dear Ghosts 2 The Raymond Carver   Review 2 (Spring 2009): 121-124. 

Kaziewicz, Julia. Review of Maryann Burk Carver’s What It Used to be Like. The Raymond Carver Review 2 (Spring 2009): 117-120.

Miltner, Robert. Review of Kerry McSweeney’s The Realist Short Story of the Powerful Glimpse: Chekhov to Carver. The Raymond Carver Review 1 (Winter 2007): 93-94.

---. Recent Publications in Carver Studies. Review of Sandra Lee Kleppe’s The Poetry of Raymond Carver: Against the Current, Ayala Amir’s The Visual Poetics of Raymond Carver, James Plath’s (Editor) Critical Insights: Raymond Carver, Vasiliki Fachard and Robert Miltner’s (Editors) Not Far From Here: The Paris Symposium on Raymond Carver, Paul Benedict Grant and Katherine Ashley’s (Editors), Carver Across the Curriculum: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching the Fiction and Poetry of Raymond Carver. The Raymond Carver Review 4 (Summer 2014): 74-95. 

Poetry and Memoir

Carver, James. “Excerpt from Raymond Carver Remembered by His Brother James.” The Raymond Carver Review  5/6 (Winter 2016 / Spring 2017).

Gureny, Robert. “Escupiendo Sangre” (Spitting Blood). The Raymond Carver Review 3 (Spring 2011): 70-71.

Martini, Alessandro. “Ortensie” (Hydrangeas), Translated by Vasiliki Fachard. The Raymond Carver Review 3 (Spring 2011): 72-73.



“I could hear my heart beating. I could hear everyone’s heart. I could hear the human noise we sat there making, not one of us moving, not even when the room went dark.”

| “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love,” Raymond Carver