[percy-l] connected by Walker Percy

Kenneth Ketner b9oky at TTACS.TTU.EDU
Mon Mar 24 17:25:17 EST 2003

I just noticed on the Doubletake website that issue no. 27 with Walker's 
essay in it is listed as "coming soon." However, I was able to purchase 
several giveaway copies in late winter 2002 and have actual magazine 
copies here (which means this issue is real not just imagined). So 
perhaps if folks called or contacted the mag office, copies could be 
ordered. Perhaps with their financial problems they had a distribution 
difficulty; however, I am only guessing and don't have any inside info 
on the matter. Don't have any outside info on it either. In fact, I'm 
ignernt on the topic.

Karey L. Perkins wrote:

>Isn't this the same magazine that has Ken Ketner's submission of Walker
>Percy' article?  I think he said it was due out in December, so if the Fall
>issue isn't here yet, when is the Winter issue arriving?  I'd like to read
>that article.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: bcostell
>To: Percy-L: Literary and Philosophical Discussion ; percy-l
>Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 12:35 PM
>Subject: RE: [percy-l] connected by Walker Percy
>Hi folks,
>Jim Forest's message reminded me that, as many of you know, DoubleTake
>published an essay a few years back with Walker Percy's nephew Will and
>Springsteen, in which they discussed Springsteen's admiration of Percy,
>other things. You can read the full text here:
>Not sure how copyright permissions work on that, but I'll let the lawyers
>it out... There was also another fine piece on Springsteen, I believe in
>DoubleTake, called "Directions to the Promised Land," in 1999 or early 2000.
>Brannon Costello
>Brannon W. Costello
>Graduate Teaching Associate
>Department of English
>University of Tennessee
>bcostell at utk.edu
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  Kenneth L. Ketner
Paul Whitfield Horn Professor
Institute for Studies in Pragmaticism
Texas Tech University
  Charles Sanders Peirce Interdisciplinary Professor
  School of Nursing
  Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
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