Arthur M. Saltzman, "Stanley Elkin: An Introduction"/Peter J. Bailey, "'A Hat Where There Never Was a Hat': Stanley Elkin's Fifteenth Interview"/Stanley Elkin, "Words and Music"/William Gass, "Stanley Elkin: An Anecdote"/Jerome Charyn, "On Stanley Elkin"/Jerome Klinkowitz, "Elkin before Elkin"/Charles Molesworth, "Stanley Elkin and 'Everything': The Problem of Surfaces and Fullness in the Novels"/Alan Wilde, "Final Things: More Letters to email@example.com"/D. C. Dougherty, "Nemeses and MacGuffins: Paranoia as Focal Metaphor in Stanley Elkin, Joseph Heller, and Thomas Pynchon"/Peter G. Christensen, "The Escape from the Curse of History in Stanley Elkin's George Mills"/Patrick O'Donnell, "Of Red Herrings and Loose Ends: Reading 'Politics' in Elkin's The MacGuffin"/Arthur M. Saltzman, "A Stanley Elkin Checklist"/Mark Axelrod, "Alasdair Gray: An Introduction, of Sorts"/Mark Axelrod, "An Epistolary Interview, Mostly with Alasdair Gray"/Alasdair Gray, "The Anthology of Prefaces"/Alasdair Gray, "Time Travel"/Philip Hobsbaum, "Alasdair Gray: The Voice of His Prose"George Donaldson and Alison Lee, "Is Eating People Really Wrong? Dining with Alasdair Gray"/William M.
Harrison, "The Power of Work in the Novels of Alasdair Gray"/Stephen Bernstein, "Scottish Enough: The London Novels of Alasdair Gray"/John C. Hawley, "Bell, Book, and Candle: Poor Things and the Exorcism of Victorian Sentiment"/Lynne Diamond-Nigh, "Gray's Anatomy: When Words and Images Collide"/Peter Christensen, "Language and Its Discontents in Alasdair Gray's 'Logopandocy'"/Janice Galloway, "Different Oracles: Me and Alasdair Gray"/Mark Axelrod, "An Alasdair Gray Checklist"
John O'Brien founded the Review of Contemporary Fiction in 1981.