The Alembic – Volume XXXIX, Number 2 - April 1960. 34 pages including covers and advertisements.
- Moynahan, Timothy, "Inspiration"
- Doherty, Philip, "An Open Letter"
- Thibodeau, Ted, "Divorce"
- Freda, William, "Mark Twain's Attitude Towards the Church: A Paradox"
- Thibodeau, Ted, "Epitaph on a Disc Jockey"
- Crawley, Thomas, "It Takes a Thief"
- Williams, John, "Allen Tate Speaks at Brown: A Review"
- Thibodeau, Ted, "With Apologies to the Authors"
- Goetz, Charles, "A Review of 'Power Without Property' "
- Maguire, T. F., "The Passing Away"
- P., E. A., "Poe's Eldorado Revisited"
- Eck, Thomas, "Vivace"
- Sullivan, G. Brian, "Matrimonial"
- Berrigan, Ted, "Sometimes for a Little While for Gerry"
- Leidig, Richard, "December Pastorale"
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