Aim & Scope
Transatlantic Review was a quarterly literary journal founded in 1959 by Joseph F. McCrindle, who remained its editor until it ceased publication in 1977. Based in London, it published short fiction and poetry by a wide range of writers - among them Paul Bowles, Harold Brodkey, Anthony Burgess, William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Iris Murdoch, Joyce Carol Oates, Grace Paley, V.S. Pritchett, Muriel Spark, Paul Theroux, William Trevor, and John Updike - as well as drawings and interviews with film, theater, and literary figures such as Federico Fellini, Harold Pinter, and Jorge Luis Borges.
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