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Guide to the Between C & D Archive
||Between C & D Archive.
||Between C & D Archive
||Between C & D was one of the most influential literary magazines of the New York downtown
scene in the 1980s, founded by Joel Rose and Catherine Texier in 1983. Taking its
name from the location of Rose and Texier's apartment where it was produced--on East
7th Street between Avenues C & D on Manhattan's Lower East Side--the magazine provided
one of the major downtown venues for "new fiction" of both established and emerging
writers like Patrick McGrath, Dennis Cooper, Gary Indiana, Kathy Acker, Lynne Tillman,
and David Wojnarowicz, to name only a few. Rose and Texier's vision for Between C
& D was to support writing that deviated from conventional norms and questioned accepted
standards of literature. The magazine stopped publication in 1990. The collection
contains the editorial correspondence, manuscripts, and copies of Between C & D, and
various related materials.
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