Volume 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

COVER ARTIST: Tod Gunter



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