Volume 31, Number 2 / 2010

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Poetry
DEBORA GREGER   Complaint of the House Spider   /   Oblique Epithalamium
VICTORIA CHANG   Dear P., I   /   Dear P., VI   /   Dear P., XIII
SARAH MURPHY   Will-o’-wisp   /   Stop Me If You’ve Seen This One Before
LAURA KASISCHKE   Space, between humans & gods   /   Time    /   View from glass door/   Cigarettes
MAURICE MANNING   The Slate
PATRICK PHILLIPS   Spell Against Gods   /   It Turns Out   /   Variations on a Text by Donald Justice
ROSS WHITE   Vs. World   /   The Skunk    /   I Like Too Many Things

Fiction
JOAN WICKERSHAM   The Assignation, or The News from Spain
ABRAHAM FRANK   Delible
TOM YORI   On Faire Prétend
JEFF O’KEEFE   Hold
JOHN FORSSEN   Brother and Sister
ALEXEI BAYER   Reshuffling the Deck
MARIA HUMMEL   No Others Before Me

Revisitations
VIRGIL   Aeneid, Book 3
(translated by IAN GANASSI)

Literary Criticism
MARK DOTY    A Tremendous Fish

Reflections
LOIS WILLIAMS   The Leeway
EILEEN POLLACK   Hallucinations

Explorations
FRANCIS-NOËL THOMAS   On the rue Saint-André-des-arts

Investigations
RICHARD OVERY   The Summer Ends, The War Begins

Rediscoveries
ANDREW LANG   Letters to Dead Authors: Charles Dickens

Contributors’ Notes

Cover Artist:   Catherine Hall



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