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VOLUME 8, 2005 Edition
Light Keepers

PRIZES:
Meridel Le Sueur Essay:
A BRIDGE OF BONES Terry Tempest Williams

JANE KENYON POETRY PRIZE:
YAU YELLOW Su Smallen
WHAT KWAHADA MEANS Teresa Whitman
I SPEAK IN MY MOTHER'S VOICE Susan Terris

Click links below to read excerpts (.pdf documents):

FICTION / POETRY / CREATIVE NONFICTION / INTERVIEWS / BOOK REVIEWS


FICTION

Q & A Stephanie Dickinson
AND WE SELL APPLES '77 Ginnah Howard
HEIRLOOMS Rachel Hall
AUTOCEPHALOUS Robert Ready
RIGGED Andrea Worth
VASIL BUKHALOV Robert Olen Butler


POETRY

MUSICAL CHAIRS
EVERYTHING FREE
Connie Wanek
UNTITLED EPYLLION Brenda Hillman
ONCE: AN ASSAY
TO SPEECH Jane Hirshfield
HAMPSTEAD SONNETS Joyce Sutphen
THE SEA James Scannell McCormick
MY LAST NIGHT ON RHODES Timothy Liu
WAX CYLINDER RECORDINGS, RIFFS FROM A SMALL TOWN Sharon Chmielarz
AS FOR FLASHES OF LIGHT, WE MIGHT SEE VERY CHEAP

GREAT GRAY Eva Hooker
THE WORD Mark Doty
FEBRUARY 28, 1947
AT THE OFFICE LATE Victoria Chang
TEXT FOR WAR Kathleen Fraser
THEY Jim Daniels
ANOTHER DAY IN THE PERISHING REPUBLIC Joshua McKinney
THE ANTS' COMMENTARY ON ABU GHRAIB Naomi Cohn
JOHNNY CARSON IN BAGHDAD Naomi Shihab Nye
AMERICAN Richard Terrill
LOVE POEM Virgil Suàrez
IN FLORIDA William Reichard
FROM INVISIBLE STRINGS Jim Moore


CREATIVE NONFICTION

SHE SHINES SHOES AT THE METAL CITY OF YONGKANG
THE SNAIL CATCHER Wang Ping
T-REX
WOMAN Alison Hawthorne Deming
THROWN Ed Bok Lee
THE PAST IS PERFECT: A MEMOIR OF A FATHER/SON REUNION Alexs Pate


INTERVIEWS

WITH MARY RUEFLE Larry Sutin, Didi Koka, and Eric Hansen
WITH MAXINE HONG KINGSTON Lori Stoltz
WITH PETE HAUTMAN Eileen Beha


BOOK REVIEWS

AN UNRECOGNIZED GENIUS OF ENGLISH PROSE:
THE LIFE AND FIERY DEATH OF WILLIAM TYNDALE, TRANSLATOR OF
THE BIBLE BACK WHEN THAT WAS BAD
A Bookworm
TO MEMOIR OR TO ESSAY? Judith Kitchen
TRYING TO EXPOSE THE HEART Stan Sanvel Rubin

 

 

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