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SPRING 2013


To Our Readers

SPECIAL FEATURE: Mary Hood: How She Went Further

Some Stranger’s Bed (fiction)
William WalshThe Woman Who Almost Bolted: An Interview with Mary Hood
“I Seem to Write You Everything”: Selected Letters to Stanley W. Lindberg, 1982–89 (Introduction by Douglas Carlson; Commentary by Stephen Corey)
Breaking It (essay)


ESSAY

Nancy GeyerBlack Plank


FICTION

Lynn SchmeidlerHalf Lives
Ginger EagerSurrender


POETRY

David ClewellIn 1966 Debbie Fuller Was Sweet on Pluto   and   At the Convention of State Librarians, I Should Have Been Preaching to the Choir
Andrea HollanderPortrait with Purple Shroud   and   Blue
Lola HaskinsTwo Uncertainties
Alice FrimanAunt Nellie’s Walk   and   The Brain
Albert GoldbarthThe Song of the Unnameable Thing;   Oh;   An Explanation of the Mechanics of Her Marvelous Invention;   My Personal Mythology;   and   1,000 (Exactly)
Anya SilverValentine Godé-Darel (1873–1915): Five Paintings by Ferdinand Hodler


ART

Amze EmmonsRefugee Architecture and Other Systems of Daily Experience


REVIEWS

Kevin ClarkCanonicity and the New (on Lisa Lewis’ Burned House with Swimming Pool; David Wojahn’s World Tree; Susan Wood’s The Book of Ten; and Yusef Komunyakaa’s The Chameleon Couch)

Matthew Bryant Cheneyon Flannery O’Connor: The Cartoons edited by Kelly Gerald

Gary Kerley on Agee at 100: Centennial Essays on the Works of James Agee edited by Michael A. Lofaro

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