Vol. 23, No. 4 (2002)

Volume 23, #4
Contents
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Poetry
DEBORAH CUMMINS If Not Moonless
PHILIP METRES Making Meshi
CAROL FROST Tidal / Old Flail
KARL KIRCHWEY Tynnichus the Chalcidean / A Pair of Sterling Silver Shoe-Horns
JENNIFER GROTZ Self-Portrait as a Drowned Man / Le Bel Été
ANDREW FELD Signature / To Adam
NATASHA TRETHEWEY Translation / After Your Death
PIMONE TRIPLETT Spleen / Sepulchre in Two Voices
WILLIAM LOGAN The Expensive Dress / The Anatomy Lesson
KIMBERLY JOHNSON Vanity of Vanities / Love Song
JOHN KINSELLA The Top Bush / Miracle at New Norcia / Across the Gravel Wastes, a Farmer Views His Neighbor Stealing His Last Water on the Sabbath Day

Fiction
MICHAEL LOWENTHAL An Expert in Excommunication
NORMAN LOCK Grim Tales
STEVE ALMOND Shotgun Wedding
JOAN LEEGANT The Four Daughters
CHRISTINE SNEED This Parrot Is Hilarious
KEITH LEE MORRIS Geraldine Loves

Provocations
SUSAN NEIMAN Undeniable Evil

Revaluations
MARK RUDMAN Pavese and the Muse of Dislocation
PAUL MULDOON In the Hall of Mirrors: “Autopsychography” by Fernando Pessoa

Recollections
P. F. KLUGE The File Cabinet

Cultural History
PENELOPE HUGHES-HALLETT The Mystery of the Rainbow

Performance Pieces
LADISLAV SMOCEK The Maze (translated by Z. Charvatova and Anthony Vivis)

Music
CORNELIUS PARTSCH That Weimar Jazz

Rediscoveries
R. B. CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM AND THÉOPHILE GAUTIER Presumptions of Progress: Two Prefaces

CONTRIBUTORS’ NOTES



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