The Quarterly was a literary magazine edited by Gordon Lish from 1987 to 1995. (I was Mr. Lish's editorial assistant in the early '90s.) I'll read just one story from the Spring 1988 issue of the journal: "Darling" by Willam Tester.
Gordon Lish is an acclaimed author and editor. A former editor at Esquire and Alfred A. Knopf, he is celebrated for his notable work with authors including Raymond Carver, Denis Donoghue, Barry Hannah, Amy Hempel, Gary Lutz, Ben Marcus, and Christine Schutt, among many others. His books include Dear Mr. Capote, What I Know So Far, Mourner at the Door, Extravaganza, White Plains, Peru, Zimzum, The Selected Stories of Gordon Lish, and more. He is married and lives in New York. He is 89 years old.
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