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Volume 57, Issue 2

Entries

poetry

Cinco de Mayo

By Alicia Ostriker

essay

"The Lecture" or How Poetry Can Save Your Life

By Hilene Flanzbaum

essay

On Grief

By Naira Kuzmich

poetry

from Da morte.Odes minimas

By Hilda Hist Hist

translation

from Da morte.Odes minimas

By Laura Cesarco Eglin

fiction

from Adua

By Igiaba Scego

translation

from Adua

By Frederika Randall

poetry

Bad Things

By Hayan Charara

fiction

Amongst the Olive Groves of Mezra

By Kenan Orhan

fiction

The Janissary

By Aatif Rashid

poetry

The Light, the Bridge, and the Fish

By Kathleen M. Kelly

fiction

Driftwood

By Elias Leake Quinn

fiction

One Way Zebra

By Colin Fleming

poetry

What Size is Yours

By Robert Dow

art

Paintings

By Allison Schulnik

fiction

Three Stories: On the Immortality of the Soul, War abd Peace, and, The Flame of an Idea

By Jorge Yglesias

translation

Three Stories: On the Immortality of the Soul, War abd Peace, and, The Flame of an Idea

By Peter Bush

essay

Showing What Cannot Be Said: Total War and the International Project of Modernist War Writing

By Nil Santianez

poetry

foretell the silent ridge of the tongue

By Alessandra Lynch

fiction

A Bit of a Thief

By Joel Fishbane

fiction

Dollmaker, Inventory, Child

By Erin Fortenberry

essay

You Two Are So Beautiful Together

By Frances Park

poetry

A Kennedy in Each of Us

By Gary Margolis

fiction

The Rodeo

By Genevieve Plunkett

poetry

from Leafmold

By F. Daniel Rzicznek

fiction

The Commune

By Brion Dulac

Table of Contents

Introduction

Cinco de Mayo, a poem by Alicia Ostriker

“The Lecture,” or How Poetry Can Save Your Life,
an essay by Hilene Flanzbaum

On Grief, an essay by Naira Kuzmich

from Da morte. Odes mínimas, poems by Hilda Hilst,
translated by Laura Cesarco Eglin

from Adua, a novel excerpt by Igiaba Scego,
translated by Frederika Randall

Bad Things, a poem by Hayan Charara

Amongst the Olive Groves of Mezra,
a story by Kenan Orhan

The Janissary, a story by Aatif Rashid

The Light, the Bridge, and the Fish,
a poem by Kathleen M. Kelley

Driftwood, a story by Elias Leake Quinn

One-Way Zebra, a story by Colin Fleming

What Size Is Yours, a poem by Robert Dow

Paintings, by Allison Schulnik

On the Immortality of the Soul, War and Peace,
and The Flame of an Idea, stories by Jorge Yglesias,
translated by Peter Bush

Showing What Cannot Be Said:  Total War and the
International Project of Modernist War Writing,
Part One of an essay by Nil Santiáñez

foretell the silent ridge of the tongue,
a poem by Alessandra Lynch

A Bit of a Thief, a story by Joel Fishbane

Dollmaker, Inventory, Child, a story by Erin Fortenberry

“You Two Are So Beautiful Together,”
an essay by Frances Park

A Kennedy in Each of Us, a poem by Gary Margolis

The Rodeo, a story by Genevieve Plunkett

from Leafmold, a poem by F. Daniel Rzicznek

The Commune, a story by Brion Dulac

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