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By Lisa Hoffman
Hilda Raz is the new editor of the
Prairie Schooner, UNL's internation
ally acclaimed literary magazine.
Raz, who will continue her duties as
poetry editor, took over for Hugh Luke,
editor since 1U80. Luke continues as
Raz started as poetry editor in 1978.
She has frequently attended the Bread
loaf Writers Conference and was editor
of the conference's daily newspaper,
The Crumb. She became a board member
of the Associated Writing Programs in
1986 and is the program's Publication
Raz said she hopes to continue the
magazine's tradition of publishing new
writers, along with the works of estab
"The mix has supported the maga
zine's prestige and reputation for 61
years and has brought attention to the
university and the state," Raz said. She
said the magazine continues to grow in
reputation, and said she hopes to help
continue that tradition.
The English department set up a
new faculty advisory board Jan. 15 to
support the magazine on an ongoing
basis. The board will have a rotating
membership so many members of the
English department can serve. Board
members are Lee Lemon, chairman;
Steve Behrendt; and Barbara DiBernard.
The quarterly, which has subscrib
ers in all 50 states, every European
country, India, Japan, Australia and
New Zealand, recently was granted
$10,000 from the National Endowment
of the Arts to pay authors.
Raz said that Prairie Schooner was
one of the top two literary magazines in
an editorswriters poll by the Literary
Magazine Review, even though it was
one of the few magazines that had not
paid its contributors. The money will
help the magazine stay competitive,
Prairie Schooner accepts entries all
year. Submissions are first read by
graduate students in the English de
partment. Material is given recom
mendations for or against publication
and then read by faculty volunteers,
who are mostly senior graduate stu
dents and teaching assistants. The edi
tors then make the final selections.
The magazine is planning a special
fall issue in tribute to Loren Eiseley, a
Nebraska scientist and poet, who will
be inaugurated into the Nebraska Hall
of Fame this fall on the 10th anniver
sary of his death. The special issue will
include sections from Gale Christen
son's biography of Eiseley and the eul
ogy given by Howard Nemarov the day
of the funeral. Raz said she expects a
wide readership for the issue because
it should have special interests for
Advance orders for the fall issue can
be placed at Andrews 201 for $3.25 a
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Allied Group Insurance business
majors with a farming background for
Colgate Palmolive all majors for
consumer sales positions.
Duplex Products all business
Employers Reinsurance Co. actu
KN Energy - business administration
and mechanical engineers.
Lincoln Electric System call 472
3145. The Jones Store Company busi
Ingersoll-Rand mecha cal, in
dustrial and agricultural engineers for
application and design engineering
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Scholz Electrical contractors
electrical engineering major for elect
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home economics for managers and
Shaklee Corp call 472-3145.
Weitz Corp. - call 472-3145.
The sign up sheets for each of these
organizations wil be posted in Nebraska
Union 225 two weeks before the recruit
March 17 and 18 North Kansas
City Public Schools all subjects and
April 3 Clark County Pub Schools,
Las Vegas all subjects and grade
April 8 Bakersfield City Unified
School District, Bakersfield, Calif.
elementary education and bilingual
education and special education; se
condary education math, science
and special education. (Preliminary
testing, April 1 through 3).
Sign up for the following interviews
in Nebraska Union 230 or call 472-3145.
A copy of all applicants' files will be
made available to recruiters at no cost.
Applicants should bring a resume and
completed application to the interview.
April 11 Keppel Union School
District, Little Rock, Calif. elemen
tary teachers, K-8. Call (805) 944-2155
to arrange an interview. Interviews will
be at the Omaha Marriott Hotel, 10220
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Tuesday, March 17
fC doors open 6 p.m.
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