Volume 29, Number 4 / 2008

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Poetry
RON DE MARIS  Bonefish Flats
ELIOT KHALIL WILSON  Origin Blues: An Elegy
D. A. POWELL  College City Market, College City, CA
MARK BIBBINS  Arriving in Your New Country /  Dilemma
GEORGE LOONEY  How a Bus Terminal’s Like a Jukebox  /  Harmonicas and Blue Skies
ALEX LEMON  Most
SARAH MURPHY  The Loose Ends, the Loopholes, the Uncounted Loot  /  Letter to the Past After Long Silence
SARA JOHNSON  View From the Fence, on Which I Sit and Dangle My Legs
PAISLEY REKDAL  Tango Lesson  /  All Moon
RACHEL HADAS  Dreams in a Damp House  /  The Stack
ROSS WHITE  Two Swans
PETER PEREIRA  Autopsy: What Was Found There  /  Transplant

Fiction
JON MCMILLAN  The Fishman of Point Cripp
THOMAS GOUGH  Talk with Men
THEA GOODMAN  Evidence
BEVERLY JENSEN  Pan-Fried
RACHEL CANTOR  Tibet, New York
DWIGHT ALLEN  The Baby and the Moth

Cultural History
FREDERICK BROWN  Eiffel’s Tower

Revaluations
ROBIN MAGOWAN  French Visionary Travelers: Michaux, Segalen, Bouvier

Reflections
JAY SCOTT MORGAN  Last of Her Tribe

Theater
FIONA SHAW  Many Happy Days

Revisitations
JEAN DE LA FONTAINE  Selected Fables (translated by CRAIG HILL)

Reader’s Notebook
MICHAEL R. KATZ  War and Peace in Our Time

Rediscoveries
WILLIAM S. WALSH  Carnival King

Contributors’ Notes

COVER ARTIST: Gregory Dolnikowski



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