Magazines: Dramatically Different

The "little magazines"—a select and often little-read group of literary periodicals—tend to remain small because they appeal to limited audiences. Yet one of the newer little magazines shows promise of surprising growth. It is the eight-year-old Tulane Drama Review, in which Editor Richard Schechner, a Tulane University Ph.D., combines a scholar's skill with the insight and pugnacity of a first-rate journalist. Since taking over two years ago, he has increased the stature of T.D.R. enough that the American National Theater and Academy last month switched its group subscription from Show to T.D.R. ANTA's 4,800 members will increase the magazine's circulation...

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