Vol. 23, No. 1 (2002)

Vol. 23, Number 1 / 2002

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Poetry
NICK FLYNN Paper Wasp; Swarm
BOB HICOK Complications After Birth
NATHANIEL BELLOWS Ornithology
PETER COOLEY Villanelle; Television
NICKY SCHILDKRAUT Gratitude
MICHAEL DUMANIS Ode
DAVID SEMANKI In Extremis; Gethsemane
NEIL SHEPARD Corfu
GARY MARGOLIS In Audubon’s Notebook
J. D. MCCLATCHY Fado
ADAM ZAGAJEWSKI How Clowns Go; Vaporetto (translated by Clare Cavanagh)
CARL PHILLIPS Fervor
SUSAN HAHN Pity the Judas Tree; Pity Jerusalem
JONATHAN FINK The Possible Remains

Fiction
KEITH LEE MORRIS The Children of Dead State Troopers
JOANN KOBIN Diamonds
ITALO SVEVO Artist and Model (translated by Beth Archer Brombert)
DAVID H. LYNN Hirsch and Bratinsky
STEVE AMICK Fat Tracy
JOSEPH ROTH Stationmaster Fallmerayer (translated by Michael Hofmann)
PETER CAMERON Beginning with the Letter 

Provocations
NATALIA GINZBURG Universal Compassion (translated by Lynne Sharon Schwartz)

Biography
RICHARD LINGEMAN Sinclair Lewis Arrives

Recollections
JAMES BROWN Fire
ivan kraus Official Forms (translated by Gerald Turner)

Revaluations
CAROL FROST Frost’s Way of Speaking
ROBERT COHEN Adam Zagajewski: An Introduction

Music
GEORGE EDWARDS Time Signatures

History
MICHAEL R. KATZ “But This Building–What on Earth Is It?”

Rediscoveries
CHARLES M. DOUGHTY Conversations in Arabia

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES

 



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