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Volume 57, Issue 3

Entries

nonfiction

Amherst Stories

By Jules Chametzky

poetry

Singing Vegetables

By Terese Svoboda

poetry

Estranged

By Terese Svoboda

poetry

Grackle

By Meg Kearney

fiction

Immigrant Dreams: Eat Crow

By Marilyn Chin

fiction

Honorary Englishman

By Sabina Murray

poetry

The Dark Ages

By Lauren Hilger

poetry

The King's English

By Brian Johnson

memoir

from Birthmark

By Stephen Clingman

memoir

Marek (1988)

By Jonathan Dollimore

poetry

Duchamp

By Michael Waters

poetry

Zeus, Cyclops, Plato, Gaia...

By Michael Waters

art

Paintings

By Nina Chanel Abney

translation

Letters from the Spanish Civil War, 1937-38

By Peter Bush

nonfiction

Letters from the Spanish Civil War, 1937-38

By Joan Sales

nonfiction

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

By Nil Santiañez

essay

Stories, Scandals, and Censorship: Telling the Story of the Guantánamo Bay Detainee Library Facilities

By Muira McCammon

poetry

Balconies

By Farhad Showghi

poetry

How the hands

By Farhad Showghi

translation

Balconies

By Harry Roddy

translation

How the hands

By Harry Roddy

essay

The Goncourt Brothers: Reflected in the Magic Mirror of Japan

By Laure Katsaros

fiction

Dr. Leopold Takes French

By Joann Kobin

fiction

Dear Kelly Bloom

By Christine Sneed

poetry

Visions

By Mikko Harvey

fiction

Family Matter

By Alex Poppe

poetry

Portrait of José Clemente Orozco, Doris Ulmann, New York City, 1929

By Lisa Beech Hartz

Table of Contents

Introduction

Amherst Stories, essays by Jules Chametzky

Singing Vegetables and Estranged, poems by Terese Svoboda

Immigrant Dreams: Eat Crow, a story by Marilyn Chin

Grackle, a poem by Meg Kearney

Honorary Englishman, a novel excerpt by Sabina Murray

The Dark Ages, a poem by Lauren Hilger

The King’s English, a poem by Brian Johnson

from Birthmark, a memoir by Stephen Clingman

Marek (1988), a memoir by Jonathan Dollimore

Duchamp and Zeus, Cyclops, Plato, Gaia . . . ,
poems by Michael Waters

Paintings, by Nina Chanel Abney

Letters from the Spanish Civil War, 1937–38,
by Joan Sales, translated by Peter Bush

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

Stories, Scandals, and Censorship: Telling the Story
of the Guantánamo Bay Detainee Library Facilities,
an essay by Muira McCammon

Balconies and How the hands, poems by Farhad Showghi,
translated by Harry Roddy

The Goncourt Brothers: Reflected in the
Magic Mirror of Japan, an essay by Laure Katsaros

Dr. Leopold Takes French, a story by Joann Kobin

Dear Kelly Bloom, a story by Christine Sneed

Visions, a poem by Mikko Harvey

Family Matter, a story by Alex Poppe

Portrait of José Clemente Orozco,
Doris Ulmann, New York City, 1929,
a poem by Lisa Beech Hartz

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