POETRY

Maura Stanton
Tool Box
Fortune Cookie
Penny Red


Maggie Smith
On the Beach (1959)

Carl Dennis
The Mood
Recall Notice

Glenn Shaheen
Things We Demand to Know

Nina Corwin
Variation on a Letter from   Schoenberg to Mahler

Mary Ruefle
On Velvet Turf
Helium

Michelle Boisseau
Dylan's Lips
It's Fun to Feel Superior

Mary Ann Samyn
Feel Better

William Olsen
Give Me A Moment
Cabbages Across from the   Manitou Islands

Alan Shapiro
Indoor Municipal Pool
Downtown Strip Club

George David Clark
Wet Jade Someone

Kim Addonizio
Audio To a Rose
Audio Yes

Stephanie Pyle
Cocaine Saturday Nights

David Gewanter
Pediment

Teddy Macker
Audio Teddy Agonistes

Tony Hoagland
My Father Tells Me a Story

Barbara Siegel Carlson
Migrants

David Rivard
Outbound Fall River 1967
Wordsworthian

David Yezzi
Free Period

Sydney Lea
I'm sorry it has nothing
Early Life

Terri Witek
The Exegete

David Baker
New World

Mary Biddinger
Saint Monica and the Devil's   Place

Bridget Bell
Chrystal and Shane

George Bilgere
Sparrow
Whirlpool
Faculty Lounge

David Wagoner
Breakfast with Salesmen Before   the Poetry Reading

Catie Rosemurgy
The Meeting

Kathleen McGookey
Omens
The Ache
After

April Lindner
How She Lost Her Mind

Nancy Eimers
Y at the End of It
Glacier

FICTION

Christine Sneed
Portraits of a Few of the People   I've Made Cry

Edward Mullany
Audio A Lost Ashtray

Ashley Cowger
Audio The Number One

Phil Edwards
The Beard

Roberta Allen
Barbeque

Tom Whalen
From the Life of a Project   Manager

NONFICTION

Harrison Candelaria Fletcher
Inheritance

Jerry Williams
Truck

Joe Bonomo
The God-Blurred World

Richard Robbins
Camouflage

FEATURE
Wislawa Szymborkska

Lawrence Raab
Thinking Out Loud

Carl Dennis
On Szymborska

Sally Ball
That Threshold (If It Is a   Threshold)

Kathy Fagan
Vaster: Wislawa Szymborska and   Elizabeth Bishop

Jennifer Clarvoe
"Non Omnis Moriar": Reading   Szymborska in Translation

William Olsen
On Szymborska's "Travel Elegy"

Michelle Boisseau
To Keep On Not Knowing

Rachel Wetzsteon
All the World's a Stage: Some   Thoughts on Szymborska

Marianne Boruch
Everything, All at Once

Tony Hoagland
Heaven by Subtraction --
  Szymborska's Skeptical   Wonder



...she's tired, and scared, and she's also
  mad as hell,
not at my dad, but me--yelling
that she doesn't want to be in this poem
  for one more minute...

-Tony Hoagland,
"My Father Tells Me a Story"
from Issue 5

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