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Reviews of:

Monks Pond

File#TitleFirst LineRev.AuthorCitationYear
01Monks PondOne of Merton's last projects was to launch a literary quarterly in 1968. The facsimile of its four  American Literature 61.4 (December 1989): 731
1989
02News of the Thomas Merton IndustryDuring 1988-89, innumerable twentieth anniversary events commemorated the death of Thomas MertonKilcourse, George A. Mid-Stream: An Ecumenical Journal 30.1 (January 1991): 35-49. George Kilcourse
1991
03 In Kentucky's literary galaxy, its poets are among the brightest stars. Many of them have attained  Back Home in Kentucky (September-October 1989).
1989
04...And His Little MagazineMonks Pond is no longer Thomas Merton's little magazine filled with a series of graphic and poeticKocka, David Courier Journal [Louisville] (22 July 1989): A13. David Kocka
1989
05 The four issues of "Monk's Pond", the magazine edited by Thomas Merton, represent one of the lastMoe, Rusty C. Fifth Direction (Autumn 1989): 3. Rusty C. Moe
1989
06Monks Pand and the Slough of Despond: Crisis in the Cloister and the Flight from the FeminineIn 1967, when Thomas Merton announced Monks Pond as a little magazine with a planned lifetime ofDeFrees, Madeline Georgia Review 45.1 (Spring 1991): 177-186. Madeline DeFrees
1991
07Monk's PondThomas Merton entered the Trappist monastery at Gethsemani, Kentucky, in 1941 and spent the rest ofKiser, Thelma Scott Sunday Independent [Ashland KY] (15 October 1989). Thelma Scott Kiser
1989
08 The four issues of Monk's Pond, Thomas Merton's "little magazine," were one of his last projectsHeiser, William Charles, SJ Theology Digest 36.1 (Spring 1990): 75-76.
1990
ANNUAL In 1965 Thomas Merton realized "a dream deferred"--becoming a hermit, living in a small concreteGreene, Jonathan Merton Annual 3: 295-298.
1990
ANNUAL Though these two works are as unlike as one could imagine, pairing them raises anLeax, John Merton Annual 3: 328-300.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Annual/3/GreeneRevMP295-298.pdf
1990
SEASONALNew & Old FriendshipsThe fallout from the political and social explosions of the 1960s produced hundreds of off-beatBiddle, Arthur W. Merton Seasonal 14:4 (Fall 1989): 24-26.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/14/14-4BiddleRevMP.pdf
1989