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Volume 54, Issue 1

Entries

poetry

The Darker Powers

By Carl Phillips

poetry

Correction

By Carl Phillips

poetry

For Second Lieutenant J. Wesley Rosenquest

By Thomas Lux

nonfiction

Literary Imagination and Living History

By Sabina Murray

poetry

The Translator I

By Polina Barskova

poetry

The Translator II

By Polina Barskova

translation

The Translator I

By Catherine Ciepiela

translation

The Translator II

By Catherine Ciepiela

poetry

Sisyphus's Wife

By Pavel Srut

translation

Sisyphus's Wife

By Deborah Garfinkle

poetry

Peau

By Gillian Cummings

poetry

Grete, Florida, 1978

By Molly Spencer

poetry

The Clock Hands of a Child

By Christopher Watkins

poetry

Crow

By CJ Evans

fiction

The Apartment

By Yoojin Grace Wuertz

poetry

Christ in a Ditch

By Laura Koritz

poetry

Silk Road

By Peter Balakian

Table of Contents

Introduction, by Jim Hicks

The Princess Doctrine, a story by Chris Bachelder

The Darker Powers and Correction,
poems by Carl Phillips

The Waiting Stool, a story by Jekwu Anyaegbuna

For Second Lieutenant J. Wesley Rosenquest,
a poem by Thomas Lux

Literary Imagination and Living History,
an essay by Sabina Murray

Godzilla versus the Smog Monster,
a story by Lucy Corin

Ghazal, a poem by Adam Scheffler

Displaced Persons, an essay by J. Malcolm Garcia

The Translator I and  The Translator II,
poems by Polina Barskova, Translated from Russian
by Catherine Ciepiela

Sisyphus’s Wife, a poem by Pavel Šrut,
translated from Czech by Deborah Garfinkle

Adhesion, an essay by Pete Duval

Oil Rises, a novel excerpt by Hilary Plum

Peau, a poem by Gillian Cummings

Grete, Florida, 1978, a poem by Molly Spencer

The Clock Hands of a Child,
a poem by Christopher Watkins

Grand Jury, a story by Rebecca Powell Lartigue

Ask an Expert, a story by Christine Sneed

Crow, a poem by CJ Evans

The Apartment, a story by Yoojin Grace Wuertz

The Lost Meadows of Northampton,
an essay by David Fleming

Christ in a Ditch, a poem by Laura Koritz

Nothing Went to Waste,
an essay by J. Malcolm Garcia

Silk Road, a poem by Peter Balakian


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