Vol. 23, No. 3 (2002)

Vol. 23, Number 3 / 2002

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Poetry
MONICA FERRELL In the Binary Alleys of the Lion’s Virus / The Fire of Despair
DEBORA GREGER The Desert of Memory / The Pencil Museum of Cedar Key
LAWRENCE RAAB Vanishing Point
JANE HIRSHFIELD What Is Usual Is Not What Is Always / Dog Still Barking at Midnight
PEG BOYERS Family Portrait
ERIC PANKEY Volatile Spirits / The Narration of Rain
HENRI COLE Necessary and Impossible / Insomnia
JOSEPH CAMPANA 9:55 P.M. / 1:36 A.M. / 3:00 A.M. / 5:225 A.M.

Fiction
DOUG TREVOR Central Square
RACHEL CANTOR Hello, I’m Cora
DAN DEWEESE Bullies
DENNIS MCFADDEN Jimtown Road
GLEN POURCIAU Answer
JOSHUA HENKIN Summer People

Provocations
SUN TZU The Art of War / (translated by John Minford)

Recollections
ANNE ATIK Remembering Samuel Beckett
ROBYN SARAH Connections

Literary Archives
WALLACE STEGNER Creative Writing

Music
JORGE MARTÍN Wanted: Opera, Dead or Alive

Revaluations
DAVID BAKER On Whitman’s “Time to Come”

Reports from Abroad
KARIM LOGUE Beneath Kilimanjaro

Reader’s Notebook
ALICE L. TUFEL Going Sane: Dawn Powell’s Vision

Rediscoveries
ANATOLE FRANCE Mad Folk in Literature
HELEN W. HENDERSON New York Before the Revolution

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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