Vol. 26, No. 2 (2005)

Volume 26, Number 2 / 2005
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Poetry
LILLIAS BEVER Miracle at the Bridge of San Lorenzo
ROBERT THOMAS from “Diary of One Who Vanished”
VALERIE WOHLFELD Charms
ROGER SEDARAT Essential Journey
DAVID BARBER Burbank’s Thornless
RACHEL HADAS The Boulder
JEHANNE DUBROW Fasting
JESSE LEE KERCHEVAL Next Tuesday
THEODORE WOROZBYT runne softley, till I end my Song
NICOLE COOLEY Landscape with Morning Sickness / Pregnant at the Archive
SAM WITT For This Reason Did We Prescribe to the Children of Israel . . .
BRIAN KOMEI DEMPSTER Eightfold Chant / My Grandmother’s Kitchen
DEBORAH CUMMINS Trompe L’Oeil
DANIEL ANDERSON Elegy for the Dying Dog

Fiction
ANDREW DAY Our Agreement
ANNE RAEFF The Buchovskys on Their Own
PETER ALTENBERG Telegrams of the Soul: A Selection (translated by Peter Wortsman)
KEITH LEE MORRIS Tired Heart
CHRISTOPHER SORRENTINO Among the Conspirators
ROBERT LOPEZ Asunder

Literary Lives
ROBERT LOWELL Letters, 1937–77
MYLES WEBER Reading Salinger’s Silence

Classics Revisited
VIRGIL Aeneid, Book 4 (translated by Ian Ganassi)

Performance Pieces
JONATHAN LEVY Songs Without Words

Testimonies
ELIZABETH ROLLINS Joint Custody

Appreciations
PETER WORTSMAN Introducing Peter Altenberg

MARK RUDMAN A Garland for Nicanor Parra at Ninety

Art
REBECCA SOLNIT Yves Klein and the Blue of Distance

Rediscoveries
MARK TWAIN An Encounter with an Interviewer

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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