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Vol. 44 No. 6 - Nov/Dec 2015

Vol. 44 No. 6 - Nov/Dec 2015

$ 4.50


Meena Alexander: Staggering Skywards • Game of Ghosts
Gabrielle Calvocoressi: I Had a Mane Once • The Sun Got All Over Everything • Who Holds the Stag's Head Gets to Speak • Shave • Praise House: The New Economy • In the Darkness of the House of Pleasure
Rafael Campo: Eden • The Love Boat • Forgiveness • The Poem the Snow Wrote • Overnight Anchorage
Carol Ann Davis: Eva Hesse Material: A Memoir
Carl Dennis: Joseph's Work • To the People of 2060 • Favorite God • To Whitman
Keith Ekiss: Pablo Neruda. The Heights of Macchu Picchu (translated by Tomas Q. Morin) Copper Canyon Press, 2014.
Dobby Gibson: Decomposition as a Spiritual Value in Poetry
Diane Glancy: Learning to Write the Alphabet • Childhood Memories • The Water Blue from Sorrow • The Book of Bearings
James Grinwis: My Inwardness • Snapshot with Wolf
Mara Jebsen: Rogue • Virgin
Ananda Lima: PB&J
Brendan Lorber: Little House A Priori • The Butterfly Defect • Consolation and Reprisal
Paul Magee: C.D. Wright interviewed by Paul Magee
Kerrin McCadden: Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear • Street View
Stanley Moss: 56,000-Year Poem • Fathers • Pacemaker • Song of Jerusalem Neighbors • Christmas 2014
Ed Pavlic: Written April 27, 2015 in the Blank Pages at the Back of Bolano's A Little Lumpen Novelita • Boomerang and Yo-Yo and Our Denial—Which Might Be More a Refusal—of the Inevitable Criminality of Consciousness
Stanley Plumly: My Noir • Paul Guest Addresses His Apple with a Stylus
David Rivard: If You See Something, Say Something: Image and Voice in the Poem
Nathan Whiting: Future Elections Come Too Late
C.D. Wright: Tree of Obscurity • Obscurity and the Amateur • Obscurity and Operation Upshot-Knothole + An interview with Paul Magee.