: Summer 2009 :



Uwe Timm (trans. by Robert C. Conard), The Coat
Kathleen FordTyphoid Mary’s Proposal
David Harris Ebenbach, Jewish Day
Olufunke Grace Bankole, Unaddressed
Kent H. Dixon, Wake
Elizabeth KadetskyGeography
Betty Wahl, Aprille
Nathan Oates, Blue As Blue Can Be
Kendra Langford Shaw, Magicians
William Giraldi, Lament for Car
Carolyn Megan, The Pull of Beauty
Scott Solomon, Sure We Do
Jamie Quatro, Holy Ground


Jason Schossler, Between Jobs
James Cummins, Family Romance
E. M. Schorb, The News of 45
Travis Mossotti, Variations on a Political Theme
Stephen S. Mills, Mistaken Identity
Matt Terhune, Penguin Book of Homosexual Verse
Nathan Elijah Graham, Death in Laurinburg, North Carolina
David CaplanFor the Washing of Hands
Amy Gerstler, Advice from a Caterpillar
Amy Gerstler, Dearest Creature
Dorothea Tanning, At the Seaside
Sonia Greenfield, Passing the Barnyard Graveyard

From Our Archives

James Purdy, Brawith

Et Cetera

John Taylor, Poetry Today: “The Art of Antipoetry”


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