Volume 30, Number 2 / 2009
[buy this issue]
_______

Poetry
CHASE TWICHELL      The Dark Rides / Math Trauma
KERRY JAMES EVANS     A Good Hunt
LAURA KASISCHKE      They say / Rain
DEBORA GREGER      To an Oriental Poppy in an Easterly Breeze / In the Ruins of Memory
EVA HOOKER      Working Methods
DICK ALLEN      The Beginner
DILRUBA AHMED      Thinking of His Jaywalking Ticket While Boarding a Plane at SFO
JEHANNE DUBROW      Oenophilia
DAVID YEZZI      Bed of Roses
LYNN DOMINA       I’ve Heard Stories
JOANIE MACKOWSKI      Case Study in Metamorphosis
CHRISTIAN WIMAN      Darkcharms

Fiction
LUCY BERRINGTON       Love Good Hate Evil
GEOFFREY BECKER      Black Days
EDWARD HARDY     Welding
ARLYNN LEIBER PRESSER      The Archivist Says Goodbye to His Daily Routine
GARY LEE KRAUT      Simma Klepper Is Dead
NORMAN LOCK      The Transfiguration of Alessandro Comi

Revaluations
THEODORE LEINWAND     Ted Hughes Reads the Complete Shakespeare

Literary Lives
DAVID C. DOUGHERTY      Mr. Elkin and the Movies

Interpretations
PAUL BOURGET      The Example of Baudelaire (translated by Nancy O’Connor)

Art
MICHAEL MILBURN      Inverted Worlds

Recollections
MICHAEL COFFEY      Free Jazz

Cultural History
KATE CAMBOR     Freud in Paris

Rediscoveries
ERASMUS DARWIN     The Mysteries of the Portland Vase

Contributors’ Notes

Cover Artist:   Tim Fitts



One Response to Vol. 30, No. 2 (2009)

  1. Pingback: Citizens of decadence | New England Review

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>