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VOLUME 9, 2006 Edition
What Prevails

PRIZES:
Meridel Le Sueur Essay:
AN INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT Patricia Hampl

JANE KENYON POETRY PRIZE:
GALVESTON ISLAND BREAKDOWN: SOME DIRECTIONS Sue William Silverman
IN THE CEMETERIES OF SAINT-MALO Rachel Hall

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

FICTION / POETRY / CREATIVE NONFICTION / INTERVIEWS / BOOK REVIEWS


FICTION

MESSAGE '93 Ginnah Howard
FROM ATOMIC AGE Judith Katz
FEAST OF THE CIRCUMCISION Lon Otto


POETRY

MODELS OF PASSION AND PAIN
STORM COUNTRY Eleanor Lerman
THE LOST LOVE POEMS OF SAPPHO
EACH WE CALL FATE Jane Hirshfield
THE TRANSMIGRATION OF SOULS Agi Mishol, Tr. Lisa Katz
AT THE WALL Lisa Katz
AND SO IT WAS I ENTERED THE BROKEN WORLD Deborah Keenan
THEMATICALLY SPEAKING, COLONIALISM IS A LOT LIKE TOURISM Toby Emert
FROM INVISIBLE STRINGS Jim Moore
GLOSE Marilyn Hacker
FROM INTERMENTS Vénus Khoury-Ghata, Tr. Marilyn Hacker
RELAPSE Radames Ortiz
EL DORADO Rane Arroyo
NOVEMBER 3, 2004 / WHAT PREVAILS Su Smallen
THIS IS A MELTING HEART
GREAT GRAY Eva Hooker
THE ISLANDERS Sharon Chmielarz
TIERGARTEN SCENES Brenda Hillman
THE BOX (EXPLODED VIEW)
Sandy Beach
IN WHICH THE SOUL REFUSES TO DISCLOSE ITS LOCATION Susan Steger Welsh
APRIL IN PRINCETON
IN FEBRUARY Alicia Ostriker
COMBING THE SHORE Joyce Sutphen
SPRING EQUINOX Cary Waterman
FROST & NERUDA
A SIMPLE PLAN Gary Soto
THE DANGEROUS BODY Kirsten Dierking


CREATIVE NONFICTION

DIVIDED Ed Bok Lee
FABRIC THROWN OVER THE CITY Naomi Shihab Nye
HOW TO LOVE A POZ MAN John Medeiros
HIEROGLYPH Marc Conklin
BALSA Brenda Miller


INTERVIEWS

WITH FREDERICK BUSCH Mary Rockcastle and David Oppegaard
WITH JULIE ALVAREZ Sheila O'Connor
WITH BRENDA HILLMAN Patricia Kirkpatrick and Emily August


BOOK REVIEWS

NO EASY URN FOR LAFCADIO HEARN A Bookworm
ON A SLIDING SCALE Judith Kitchen
KNOWING AND NOT: ON THE POETRY OF MIND Stan Sanvel Rubin

 

 

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