POETRY

Claire Bateman
My Sky Diary
Audio Tree Talk
A Pocket Introduction to Our Universe

Lance Larsen
What Bliss, When Exuberance Overruns Its Banks
Between the Heaves of Storm

Emily Toder
Brushes with #3

Jacqueline Osherow
Jenne's Rose

Christian Wiman
Given a God More Playful
Hermitage

Connie Wanek
Mysterious Neighbors

David Wagoner
Possum

Eric Schwerer
Listen

Colette Inez
California Father

Maya Jewell Zeller
Audio The Woman Who Didn't Know How

John Brehm
Help Is On the Way

John Drexel
An Iris Murdoch Reader

Cynthia Huntington
Compline

Courtney Queeney
Love Song (Lame)

Dennis O'Driscoll
Knuckling Down

Sarah Grieve
What I'll Settle For

Jim Daniels
Lonesome While Kissing

Laurence Goldstein
Two Satellites

Mark Kraushaar
Audio La Vie Ordinaire
Audio Cake

George Bilgere
Bridal Shower

Ernest Hilbert
Kalypso

Bob Hicok
Having intended to merely pick on an oil company, the poem goes awry

Richard Jackson
Even So

Jeff Worley
The Day After My Death

Suzanne Lummis
Another Poem After Cesar Vallejo

Liz Robbins
House on the Lake

Chard deNiord
At the River View Cafe

Kristen Staby Rembold
Half-Acre

Robert Pinsky
Horn

Gregory Djanikian
Piano Lesson

Angie Estes
I Want to Talk About You

David Clewell
In my Dream, Coleman Hawkins

Yusef Komunyakaa
Grunge
A Poem Written Inside a Big Round Machine


FICTION

Nicole Lee
Ballade Pour Jardine

Kevin Casey
Her New Plan

Ron MacLean
Audio Prostate Frank Finds True Love

Richard Dokey
Murray's

Christine Sneed
Five Rooms

NONFICTION

Melissa Cistaro
Audio The Last Litter

Heather Sellers
Men and Refrigeration

Barrie Jean Borich
Waterfront Property

Sydney Lea
Influence

Ralph M. Rosen
Homer and Jazz

FEATURE

Altered Views

Peter Campion
From a Broken Ant-hill

Rachel Hadas
On James Merrill

Laurence Goldstein
Resisting The Rape of the Lock

Marianne Boruch
Cellular Change

Brad Leithauser
Tight Spots

Steven Cramer
Audio A Fish and a Pity

Eleanor Wilner
Self Beyond Recall

Stephen Corey
Just a Goll-durn Minute...

Nancy Eimers
Safe in their Alabaster Chambers

Stephen Burt
Disinhibited

Christopher Ricks
On the Author of "The Paddiad"




I might have plundered
thunder
     from a tick’s back

I might have swigged
existence
     from a tulip’s bell

-Christian Wiman,
"Gviven a God More Playful " from Issue 7

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