Press: Forgetful Editor

For two years Anthony J. Buttitta of Bizerta, Tunis, has been striving for a literary renaissance at Chapel Hill, N. C., where every three weeks he publishes Contempo. Contempo's editor considers his magazine ''an asylum for aggrieved authors," a paper dedicated to ''the reception of new ideas."' No contributions are paid for, but manuscripts have found their way to Editor Buttitta's offices from many a famed U. S. writer, including William Faulkner. Malcolm Cowley, Countee Cullen, Michael Gold, Sinclair Lewis, Lynn Riggs, Upton Sinclair, Lincoln Steffens.

Not long ago Contempo moved from Chapel...

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