Volume 27, Number 3 / 2006

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Poetry
RACHEL HADAS    The Fortune Teller
ALISON STINE   The Rescue /   Dream Anatomy
JONATHAN FINK   The Prodigal Son
PATRICK PHILLIPS   What Happens
DAVID BAKER   Horse Madness /    On Rumor
SUSAN HUTTON   Shot Through /   On Regret
XOCHIQUETZAL CANDELARIA   Mexico, 1910
MALCOLM ALEXANDER   Reflection
MARIA HUMMEL   Keepers
RICHARD KENNEY   The Origin of the Specious
CAMPBELL MCGRATH   Ode to a Can of Schaefer Beer
ALEX LEMON   Having Been Roused by the Sound of a Garbage Truck . . .
BENJAMIN JACKSON   Burial /   The Jetty
SCOTT HIGHTOWER   Steroid Nights

Fiction
RICK CANNING   Take It from Me
LAUREN ACAMPORA   How Deep Is the Ocean?
GLEN POURCIAU   Snub
ELMO LUM   What I Never Said
HENRIETTE LAZARIDIS POWER    Chess Lessons
MARSHALL BOSWELL   The Remotes

Reflections
MARK SULLIVAN    On Writing What Won’t Be Read

Provocations
F. T. MARINETTI   Refusals, Exhortations, and Announcements
         (translated by Doug Thompson)

Revaluations
LIZZIE HUTTON   The Sublime Rebellion of Eveline Mahyère

Performance Pieces
BORIS AKUNIN   The Seagull
      (translated by Michael R. Katz)

Film
ERIC BREITBART   Call Me Melville

Testimonies
B. H. FRIEDMAN   Starting Out with Doctor Leary

Biography
CRAIG NELSON   Thomas Paine and the Making of Common Sense

Rediscoveries
JOHN STUART MILL   A Few Words on Non-Intervention

Cover artist: Christina Saj

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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