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Volume 47, Issue 4

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art

Killing the Messenger

By Sean Thomas Dougherty

poetry

Plauge Time

By Lee Upton

fiction

There'll Be a Full Recovery

By Paul Gibbons

nonfiction

Rahoo

By Faye Wolfe

poetry

A Necromancer's Guide to Child Rearing

By Rachel Marston

poetry

Hang Up Please and Try Dialing Again

By Kurt Heinzelman

art

Barbour Street

By Samuel Amadon

poetry

Production, Churches, the Concrete of Chaos, Flames

By Tomaz Salamun

fiction

From Mexico to Miramar or, Across the Lake of Oblivion

By C.M. Mayo

poetry

Untitled (white days, a passion for the winter-birds)

By Kevin Goodan

fiction

My Heart

By Dan Ward

poetry

Night Lessons: A Writing Assignment

By Brad Richard

poetry

Seeing Things

By Marianne Boruch

nonfiction

Anniversary

By Travis Venters

nonfiction

campaign speech

By Rob Cook

nonfiction

Traffic of Our Stage: A Touch of the Poet

By Normand Berlin

nonfiction

Clay

By Stanley Koehler

poetry

3/4/2007

By Noah Blaustein

nonfiction

Momentary

By Ted Sanders

poetry

A Covenant and a Busted Tooth

By Joshua Michael Stewart

nonfiction

Elegy for Francoise Vatel

By Amy Scattergood

nonfiction

Lolita, Who's Your Daddy?

By Gerald Williams

poetry

Camp in the Pines, West of Alexandria, LA, Summer 1863

By Rawdon Tomlinson

poetry

In Trouble with the Dutchman

By Alix Ohlin

fiction

Decaying Hallway 2004

By John Gray

Table of Contents

Introduction, by David Lenson

Killing the Messenger,
Non-Fiction by Sean Thomas Dougherty

Plauge Time, Poetry by Lee Upton

There'll Be a Full Recovery, Poetry by Paul Gibbons

Rahoo, Fiction by Faye Wolfe

A Necromancer's Guide to Child Rearing,
Fiction by Rachel Marston

Hang Up Please and Try Dialing Again,
Poetry by Kurt Heinzelman

Barbour Street, Poetry by Samuel Amadon

Production, Churches, the Concrete of Chaos,Flames,
Poetry by Tomaz Salamun,
Translated by Ana Jelnikar and Joshua Beckman

From Mexico to Miramar or, Across the Lake of Oblivion,
Non-Fiction by C.M. Mayo

Untitled (white days, a passion for the
winter-birds), Poetry by Kevin Goodan

My Heart, Fiction by Dan Ward

Night Lessons: A Writing Assignment, Poetry by Brad Richard

Seeing Things, Poetry by Marianne Boruch

Anniversary, Poetry by Travis Venters

campaign speech, Poetry by Rob Cook

Traffic of Our Stage: A Touch of the Poet,
Non-Fiction by Normand Berlin

Clay, Poetry by Stanley Koehler

39145, Poetry by Noah Blaustein

Momentary, Fiction by Ted Sanders

A Covenant and a Busted Tooth,
Poetry by Joshua Michael Stewart

Elegy for Francoise Vatel,
Poetry by Amy Scattergood

Lolita, Who's Your Daddy?,
Non-Fiction by Gerald Williams

Camp in the Pines, West of Alexandria, LA,
Summer 1863, Poetry by Rawdon Tomlinson

In Trouble with the Dutchman,
Fiction by Alix Ohlin

Decaying Hallway 2004, Cover Art by John Gray

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