Full text: The little review (12 (1926), 1)

Moholy-Nagy is an Hungarian. He is now one of the group at 
the Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany. 
Matthew Josephson, Malcolm Cowley, Slater Brown, John 
Brooks Wheelwright, Gorham Munson have all been more or 
less identified with Broom and Secession. Some of them have 
appeared in the Little Review and are known to our readers. 
Edward Nagle has contributed drawings to the Dial, first ap 
pearance in the LITTLE REVIEW. John Riordan is a newcomer. 
Ernest Hemingway: The indications are that Hemingway is 
elected to be the big man in American letters. 
Hart Crane is well known to the readers of the Little Review 
. . . one of our very finest poets. 
William Carlos Williams has an International reputation as a 
poet. He has the picasso quality of experiment and development. 
Myron Lechay is a young American painter now working in 
New Orleans . . . has exhibited at the Independents and in 
various other general shows. 

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