Volume 24, Number 2 / 2003

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A Note From the Editor

Poetry
JOHN POCH  The Island
SUSAN KOLODNY  Losses / Yahrzeit
DAVID RODERICK  Night in the Pawtuxet Woods / Riparian
STEVE KISTULENTZ  The Bourbon Myths / Fixing
CARL PHILLIPS  Swear-to-God / The Smell of Hay
QUAN BARRY  The Long Jump as Teleportation
SUSAN HAHN  Pity Song in Solo Voice without Accompaniment
/ Pity Dance for a Small Troupe
MARK RUDMAN  Conversion in Scafa
KAREN RIGBY  New York Song / Design for a Flying Machine
GEOFF BROCK  The Man Outside / The Last Suburbia / The Beautiful Animal
BRENT PALLAS   The Islands / Naming the Creatures

Fiction
MATT BONDURANT  The Two Lands
TRENTON LEE STEWART  Moriah
JONATHAN WILSON  An Inspector in Palestine
BRET ANTHONY JOHNSTON  The Widow
GLEN POURCIAU  Hired Hand
GEORGE SINGLETON  The Morton’s Salt Boy

Revaluations
PAUL MULDOON  Polar Expeditions: “I tried to think a lonelier Thing” by Emily Dickinson
GARY ADELMAN  Tsypkin’s Way with Dostoyevsky

Recollections
TED SOLOTAROFF  An Evening with Bernard Malamud

Reader’s Notebook
RACHEL HADAS  Q & A

Music
MARC ESTRIN  Essay After a Sonata: Concerning the Sublimation of Charles Ives

Biography
PHILIP CALLOW  D. H. Lawrence Arrives in New Mexico

Provocations
DIANE RAVITCH  Textbook Cases

Rediscoveries
MATTHEW ARNOLD  Discourses in America: Emerson
E. VIOLLET-LE-DUC  No Fixed Fortifications

Contributors’ Notes

COVER ARTIST: Tod Gunter



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