Volume 42, Number 1 — Spring 2012

42-1 coverIn our Spring 2012 issue: yellow picnics, cartwheels in the garden, an epistolary nun, holy and other mothers, stories for geometricians, princessing in Rome, spectator chess in Russia, and binkies in America.

EDITOR'S NOTE

IN THIS ISSUE
(a poem)


 

POEM
Maxine Chernoff: [without a listener]; [without a body]; [without coherence]; [without enchantment]
G.C. Waldrep: Siege; Reliquary; Agent Orant
Harriet Levin: Hang Up
Michael Judge: No One's in a Hurry; The Other Blackbird; Cartwheels
Michael McKimm: Post-Troubles Poet; Thirteen Ways of Looking at America
Sarah Rose Nordgren: 1917; Prion
Pimone Triplett: The End of Evolution; Closet Vision
Brandon Shimoda: Yellow Picnic; The Cedars of Lebanon; Yellow Picnic; Poems for the People
Brian Laidlaw: from TERRATACTIC (IX)

STORY
Katya Apekina: Maureen and Marjorie
J. Kevin Shushtari: The Sweet Dry Fruit of the Lotus Tree
V.S. Yanovsky (trans. Isabella Yanovsky): Double Nelson; Task and Realization; Ninety-Six in the Shade
Louis Jensen (trans. Lise Kildegaard): Five Square Stories
Josephine Rowe: The Vending Machine at the End of the World; Dixieland; The Taxidermist's Wife
Mehdi Tavana Okasi: Other Mothers, Other Sons
Nathan Hill: SuperAngel

ESSAY
Sabine Heinlein: A Portrait of the Writer as a Rabbit
Saskia Beudel: Ground Glass
Matthew Gavin Frank: Ritual, I Want My Blood to Be Used in a
Lorrin Anderson: "To die, that's nothing, but to grow old...": A Son's Remembrance
Allan Gurganus: What Makes Literature Immortal? Video

ARTWORK
Sandra Dyas: The Lost Nation Photographs

CONTRIBUTORS' NOTES

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