Volume XXXIV, no. 1

 

Volume XXXIV, Number 1
Fall 2013
Cover Art: Katherine Fishburn. Photographed by Mark Youngblood.
 

 

Table of Contents

Poetry
Chelsea Wagenaar – Two Poems
Rochelle Hurt – “In the Century of Fumes”
Alexandra Teague – “Sarah Winchester, 23 Years Dead, Watches House of Dracula
G.C. Waldrep – Two Poems
Daniel Bourne – “In the Bottomland”
Jenifer Park – “Dinner in a Trench”
Michael Meyerhofer – “Field Trip”
Judy Halebsky – “Upright, Windswept, or Weeping”
Michael Robins – “Poem for Saplings & Guesswork”
Katharine Johnsen – “Quai de Bourbon”
Amy Ratto Parks – “Song of Animals”
Anne Shaw – “At Loyola Beach”
Elizabeth Bradfield – “The Problem of Syllogism”
Haesong Kwon – “Many Have Fallen”
Christopher Kempf – “Robison Park”
Jaimien Delp – “fromLetters to Saint-Ex: XVIII”
Benjamin Landry – “Kr (Krypton)”
Hilary Vaughn Dobel – “Epistle”
Jay Nebel – Two Poems
Matthew Moser Miller – “Letter to the Monkey Wandering Muskingum County in Need of Medical Attention”

Fiction
Ryan Habermeyer – “In Search of Fortunes Not Yet Lost”
Andrew Brininstool – “Group Project”
Jennifer Murvin – “What It Was Like to Love Her”
Colleen Hollister – “Girl on the Shore of a Lake”
Kawai Strong Washburn – “Tantalus”
Rose Whitmore – “Avenue of the Giants”

Translation Chapbook
Ernesto Díaz-Rodríguez – “Breaking Open Nuts with Teeth of Rain”
Translated From the Spanish by Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Nonfiction
Claudia Cortese – “The Red Essay”
Matthew Gavin Frank – “A Blow to the Head for St. Louis Barbecue”

The 2013 Fineline Competition
Winner: Jennifer S. Cheng – “From Letters to Mao
Runner Up: Danielle Lea Buchanan – “The Widest of Wanting”
Editors’ Choice: Anika L. Eide – “Some Parents”

The 2013 AWP Intro Journals Awards
A. B. Francis – “Megan’s Home”
Zackary Medlin – “The Collective Nouns of Inanimate Objects”

What We’re Reading
Tomorrowland by Joseph Bates
O Holy Insurgency by Mary Biddinger
Julia & Rodrigo by Mark Brazaitis
Lucifer by Richard Carr
The Brunist Day of Wrath by Robert Coover
One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses by Lucy Corin
Bangalore by Kerry James Evans
Women’s Poetry: Poetry and Advice by Daisy Fried
Electricity & Other Dreams by Micah Dean Hicks
The Narrow Circle by Nathan Hoks
In These Times the Home Is a Tired Place by Jessica Hollander
Don’t Kiss Me by Lindsay Hunter
Meaty: Essays by Samantha Irby
Lungs Full of Noise by Tessa Mellas
Body Thesaurus by Jennifer Militello
If I’d Known You Were Coming by Kate Milliken
Mary & the Giant Mechanism by Mary Molinary
Tampa by Alissa Nutting
Neighbors of Nothing by Jason Ockert
citizen j by Daniela Olszewska
Trace: Poems by Eric Pankey
Kimonos in the Closet by David Shumate

Author Index: Poetry

A

Abel, Colleen. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Abernathy, Hugh. “Two Unpainted Boards.” v. IV, no. 2.
Abernathy, Hugh. C. Jr. “Next to Nowhere and Close to Everything.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Abernathy, Piper. “Post Production.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Abston, Pippa Coulter. “Saint Macula.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Acker, W. H. “A Christmas Eve in Bastogne, 1944.” v. VII, no. 2.
Adams, David. “County Road No. 7.” v. III, no. 2.
Adamshick, Carl. The Ingrown Room. Featured Poet Chapbook #1. v. XXV, no. 2.
Adkisson, Tory. “To Be Loved.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Adler, Lorica. “In Lakeview.” v. VII, no. 1.
Admussen, Nick. “Nowhere to Go, Gone.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Ai. “Deathbed Scenes.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Agricola, Sandra. “Body and Soul.” v. VII, no. 2.
Albergotti, Dan. “Thumbs.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Albergotti, Dan. “Accidents Happen with Clockwork Regularity.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Albergotti, Dan. “Lesson of the Elements: Earth.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Albergotti, Dan. “What Everyone Knows.” v. XXIX, no. 1.
Alexander, Bonnie. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Alexander, Charlotte. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Alexander, Pamela. “Lightfall.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Allen, Dick. Three Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Alley, Rick. “An Hour of Rain.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Alley, Rick. “You Live on Evening Street.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Ampleman, Lisa. “Love-Scrawls.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Andalou, Levi. Two Poems. v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Anderson, Stephanie Bryant. “The Visit to Fort Defiance.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Andrews, Nin. “Never Tired.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Andrews, Nin. Three Poems. v. XXV, no. 1. Angus, Kate. Two Poems. v. XXIX no. 1.
Ankeny, Jessica. “Centipede.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Anspach, Robyn. “Offering.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Apotheker, Alison. “Comma.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Archer, Nuala. “From a Mobile Home: Black Mesa Rendezvous.” v. VII, no. 2.
Armstrong, Alison. “Consubstantiation.” v. I, no. 2.
Armstrong, Cherryl. “Hypothetical Heron.” v. III, no. 1.
Arroyo, Rane. “Brief Visits With Victor.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Arroyo, Rane. “The Buried Sea.” v. XXIX, no. 1.
Ash, Amy. “After Dinner.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Ashley, Renée A. “Not the First Snow.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Atkinson, Colette LaBouff. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Atkinson, Michael. “John Garfield and the Blue Rose of Young America, Minnesota.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Atkinson, Michael. “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Austin, Lana. “Walking the Manassas Battlefield, September 14, 2001.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Avery, Robert. “Smear the Queer.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.

B

Bacon, Theresa. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Bagato, Patricia. “The Need for a Used City.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Bagdanov, Kristin George. “Purge Body.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Baggett, Rebecca. “Last Day of June, First Rain.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Baggett, Rebecca. “Georgia O’Keeffe’s Blue and Green Music.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Baker, David. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Baker, David. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Baker, David. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Baker, David. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Baker, David. “The Kiss.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Baker, David. “White Violets and Coal Mine.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Bakken, Christopher. “Portrait Detail, With Bat.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Ball, Joseph H. “Lines.” v. VI, no. 1.
Ballard, Teresa. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Balzer, Stephanie. Three Poems. v. XXV, no. 2.
Bancroft, Josiah. “An Astronomer Shines to a Star.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bandura, Valerie. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Banis, Ari. Trick With Light and Sound. Featured Poet Chapbook #6. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Barker, Wendy. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Bar-Nadav, Hadara. “Structures of a Softer Sort.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Bar-Nadav, Hadara. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Barnett, Elizabeth. “Winter Shows Us to the Road.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Barngrover, Anne. Two Poems. v. XXXIV, no, 2.
Baratta, Edward. “No, Edward.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Barnes, CF “The Aluminum Woman.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Barniskis, Becca. “No, Thank You.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Barresi, Dorothy. “Report to the Commission on Remorse.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Bassett, C. Dylan. from Reasons to say I. v. XXXV, no. 2.
Bates, Bridgette. Two Poems. v. XXIV, no. 2.
Bates, Gabrielle.  “Monologue with a Flat Hand.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Battiste, Michele. “Postulates impossible to prove are the easiest ones to grasp, an application of Golbach’s Conjecture:” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Batykefer, Erinn. “Egyptology.” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Batykefer, Erinn. “Spiderbaby.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Bazzell, Jenna. “May.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Beardsley, John R. “Pastoral.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Beatty, Jan. “Born in Her (twinge).” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Beauvais, Carroll. “Porch  Light, Moonlight, or the Neighbor’s Bedroom.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Becker, Robin. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Beckwith, Molly. “Self-Portrait as Fable.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Bednarz, Rebecca. “Afterward.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Beebe, Cindy. Two Poems. v. XXXV, no. 2.
Behn, Robin. “The Other Muse.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Belli, E.C. “Schönreid, 1990.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bendorf, Oliver. “Extremophilia.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Benedict, Sharla. “The Idea That Created the Universe.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Benson, Amy. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 2.
Benson, Debbie. Two Poems. v. XXXV, no. 2.
Bentley, Roy. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 1.
Bentley, Roy. “On Horseback D. V. Bentley Carries Home News and Something More.” v. VII, no. 2.
Bentley, Roy. “The Country of the Dead.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Bentley, Roy. “Death Speaks of a Man Who Started the Day Reading Rubber Trees.” v. X, no. 1.
Bentley, Roy. “Dizzy Gillespie at the Blue Note.” v. XI, no. 2.
Bentley, Roy. “The Bodies of Bees.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Bentley, Roy. “Strange Privacies.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Beresford, Hannah. “This is Not How I Know.” v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Berge, Carol. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Bergman, David. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Bergman, David. “Ode on a Grecian Urn.” v. V, no. 2.
Bergman, David. “Mapplethorpe’s Lily.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Bernard, Billie. “Secret.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bertolino, James. “The Song of Threnody.” v. I, no. 1.
Best, B.J. “Surface Tension.” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Best, B.J. “Mushrooms.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bilgere, George. “Walking the Dog.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bishop, Sean. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Bitner, Jenny. “Dear Lover.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Black, Malachi. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Black, Ralph. “October Migration.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Blade, Tina. “Hoan Tri Dang, Clerk III.” v. II, no. 2.
Blauner, Laurie. “All Talk.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Blauner, Laurie. “For Each Way Light Positions the Body.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Blauner, Laurie. “Theories of Failure.” v. XII, no. 2.
Blauner, Laurie. Three Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Blaustein, Noah. “Astral Tryst With a Socialist Revolt and Several Lines from Apollinaire.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Blevins, Allison. “How to Explain Fertility When an Acquaintance Asks Casually.” v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Blitch, Heidi Czerwiec. “Hailstorm in July.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Bogen, Don. “A Ghost.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Boggess, Ace. “Potato Chip Sandwich.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Bohince, Paula. “Mourning.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Boisseau, Michelle. Two Poems. v. XXI, no. 2.
Bolton, Joe. “Tropical Lament.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Bond, Anita. Two Poems. v. V, no. 2.
Bond, Anita Cortez. “Receiving Holy Communion.” v. V, no. 1.
Booth, Ashley E. “Crush.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Borowicz, Karina. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Bourne, Daniel. “Definition.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Bourne, Daniel. “In the Bottomland.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Bourne, Daniel. “Small Arms.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bourne, Daniel. “Towards the End of the Old World.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Bourque, Daniel. “Giotto’s Angels.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Bowden, Michael. “Flying Cloud.” v. VI, no. 1.
Bowers, Greg. “#24.” v. I, no. 2.
Bozanic, Nick. “December.” v. IV, no. 1.
Bradfield, Elizabeth. “The Problem of Syllogism.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Bradley, John. “A Few Things You Should Know About Roberto.” v. VI, no. 2.
Bradley, John. “Vanity of the Hanged Man.” v. VII, no. 1.
Breeden, David. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 2.
Brett, Peter. “El Rosario.” v. IV, no. 2.
Brewer, Gaylord. “Heart’s Warning.” v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Brewer, Gaylord. “Ode to Particular Roses.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Brewer, Gaylord. “Our New Calendar.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Bright, Emily E. “After Vincent Van Gogh Died, His Letters to His Brother Kept Arriving for Some Time.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Brimhall, Traci. “The Light in the Basement.” v. XXIX, no. 1.
Brimhall, Traci. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Broatch, Ronda. “Some Have Become White Birds.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Brody, Harry. “The Gallery.” v. VII, no. 2.
Broughton, T. Alan. “A World Remembered.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Bruchac, Joseph. Three Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Bruchac, Joseph. Four Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Brummels, J. V. “Sculptress in Blue.” v. III, no. 2.
Bruner, Mark. “Another Russian Fantasy Train.” v. II, no. 1.
Brush, Thomas. Three Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Brush, Thomas. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Buchsbaum, Julianne. “Iowa River.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Buckley, Christopher. “Photograph of Myself–Monastery of Monte Toro, Menorca, elv. 1, 162.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Bugeja, Michael. “The Visit.” v. IV, no. 2.
Burke, Sarah. Two Poems. v. XXXV, no. 1.
Burns, Michael. Three Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Bursky, Rick. Two Poems. v. XVIII, no. 1.
Bursky, Rick. “The Watchman.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Bursky, Rick. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Bush, Barney. “Dreamfast.” v. XI, no. 1.
Butson, Denver. “Some Minor Explosions.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Butterworth, D.S. “Kentucky Song.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Butts, W.E. “Day Labor.” v. XI, no. 2.
Butts, W.E. “Cobalt.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Butts, W.E. “Communal.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Butts, W.E. “Prelude.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Butts, W.E. “September.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Butts, W.E. “Sunday Evening at the Stardust Cafe.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Butts, W.E. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Butts, W.E. “The Visit.” v. IV, no. 1.
Byrd, Sigman. “Etude.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Byrne, Edward. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Byrne, Elena Karina. “Because in This Hour.” v. VII, no. 1.

C

Caine, Danny. “The Four Sons and One God-Forbid Future Daughter-in-Law.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Campo, Rafael. Two Poems. v. XXIV, no. 2.
Cannon, Billy. “The Mechanic.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Cardona, Jacinto Jesús. “Pan Dulce.” v. XII, no. 1.
Carlisi, Cathy. “Bloom.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Carlisi, Cathy. “Contained.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Carlson, Barbara. “Self-Love.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Carlson, Barbara Siegel. “That Sweet Ruby Water.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Carlson, Barbara Siegel. “Sharm el-Sheikh: The Secret of Things.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Carlson, Helen. “This Winter’s Nightmare.” v. VII, no. 1.
Carnahan, Kerry. “Mystai, Initiates.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Carney, Rob. “The Closet of Lot Things Is as Big as the Pacific.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Carney, Rob. “The Mole Measures Profit and Loss.” v. XII, no. 2.
Carney, Rob. “Not All Nursery Rhymes Rhyme.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Carney, Rob. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Carpathios, Neil. “Kindergarten Open House, Observing Art.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Carpathios, Neil. “Love Poem.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Carter, Daniel. Two Poems. v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Carter, Jared. “At the Used Car Auction.” v. III, no. 2.
Carter, Melanie. “Songs.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Caswell, Donald. “Seeking the Visible World.” v. VI, no. 2.
Caycedo-Kimura, Luisa. “Un Jardín en Tolima.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Cedering, Siv. Three Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Certo, Janine. “Holding Hands on the Bank. Leaves Float Down the River.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Cervantes, Lorna Dee. “On the Fear of Going Down.” v. X, no. 1.
Cessac, Christopher. “Huck Finn in Cairo.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Chadwick, Jerah. “After the Aleut.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Chambers, Christopher. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Chard, Mario. “Gallop.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Chaussee, Henrietta Goodman. “Ars Poetica.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Cherry, Nancy. “Triptych.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Chill, Emanual. “Rilke.” v. II, no. 2.
Chinelly, Cynthia. “You.” v. V, no. 2.
Chock, Eric. “In the Garden of the Tantalus Museum.” v. XIV, no. 1.
Christopher, Tom. “Captain’s Down.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Christopher, Tom. “Home Begins with a Voyage on a Swan Boat.” v. XXIX, no. 1.
Churney, Kyle. “In Chicago I Long for the Midwest.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Cipriano, Margaret. “In the Century of Speciality.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Citino, David. “8.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Citino, David. “The Discipline of Brick, the Sexuality of Corn.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Citino, David. “Famed Brassiere Maven Dead at 95.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Citino, David. “Homage to the Corn.” v. XI, no. 1.
Citino, David. “Letter From the Shaman: Meaning to Live Forever, Meaning Not To.” v. III, no. 1.
Citino, David. “Letter to the Editor.” v. I, no. 1.
Citino, David. “On the Photograph in Paris Match of Anna and Maria, Siamese Twins.” v. II, no. 1.
Citino, David. “Models Auction Their Eggs on the Web.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Citino, David. “A Religious History of Hands.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Citino, David. “Sister Mary Appassionata Lectures the Mortuary Science Class: Feeding the Dead.” v. V, no. 2.
Citro, Christopher. Two Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Clark, A.E. “Dear David:” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Clark, Amy. “Ravenous.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Clark, Clayton Adam. “The Noctambulists.” v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Clarke, Terence. “Passage.” v. V, no. 1.
Clay, Adam. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Cleave, Ryan G. Van. “Feast Day Letter to Salvador: After Dali’s Accommodations of Desire.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Clem, Cindy. “Blond Joke.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Clements, Susan. Five Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Clements, Susan. Two Poems. v. XIII, no. 2.
Clever, Bertolt. “Widows Travel.” v. VII, no. 1.
Coffin, Lyn. “The Widower Grows Lustful.” v. VI, no. 1.
Coffman, Lisa. “Calf.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Cohen, Bruce. “Identity Crisis.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Cohen, Bruce. “Pockets.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Cohen, Bruce. “Pranks & College Literature.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Cohen, Bruce. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Cohen, Moriah. “Vanishing Point.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Colby, Joan. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Colby, Joan. “Infanticides.” v. I, no. 2.
Colby, Joan. “Mere Man.” v. II, no. 2.
Colby, Joan. “Owls.” v. IV, no. 1.
Coles, Katharine. “The Moth Man.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Collard, Andrew. “Silent Tires.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Collins, Billy. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Collins, Martha. “That Sadness.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Conaster, Trey. “Goldilocks.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Cone, Alice. “House.” v. III, no. 1.
Conners, Peter. Three Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Conover, Carl. “The Discovery of Morbidezza.” v. VII, no. 2.
Cooley, Beth. “Nesting.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Cooper, Allan. “The Buttercup Squash.” v. XI, no. 2.
Cooper, Lisa. “Beacon.” v. IX, no. 2.
Cooper, Marsha Truman. “Sisters.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Cooper, Sara. “How Us?” v. XXV, no. 2.
Cooper, Wyn. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 1.
Cooperman, Robert. “Van Gogh at the Asylum at Saint-Remy.” v. IV, no. 2.
Cooperman, Robert. “Glorying in the Wind They Stir.” v. VI, no. 1.
Cooperman, Robert. “Six Months After the Happy Ending of The Merchant of Venice.” v. VII, no. 1.
Corey, Stephen. “Overlay.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Cornelson, Jesseca. “Narcissus as a Frog.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Cory, Cynie. “Gee, My Life’s a Funny Thing.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Couch, Leigh Anne. “Heliotrope.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Coverdale, Amber. Five Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Cowing, Shelagh. “Tidewater Specialities.” v. III, no. 2.
Cox, Mark. “Read Lead, 1978.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Craft, Dorsey. “Anne Bonny in Charles Town.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Cramer, Stephen. “Satin.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Crockett, Andy. “Chagall.” v. IX, no. 2.
Cronin, Susan. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 2.
Crow, Mary. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Crow, Mary. “The Real Thing.” v. VI, no. 2.
Crow, Melanie. “Equinox.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Cruz, Conchitina R. “Geography Lesson.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Cummins, Jim. from The Perry Mason Sestinas. v. IV, no. 1.
Cundieff-Pexa, Melissa. “After the Stroke.” v. XXXIV, vol. 2.
Curbelo, Silvia. Three Poems. v. XII, no. 1.
Curbelo, Silvia. “From The Secret History of Water.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Cutter, Weston. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.

D

Dacey, Phillip. “Disney: The Wall.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Dacey, Philip. “Dogs.” v. IV, no. 1.
Dailey, Joel. “Photograph.” v. IV, no. 1.
Danho, Julie. “Erased de Kooning.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Daniel, Mary-Alice. “Hagiography of a Pillar of Salt.” v. XXXIV, vol. 2.
Daniels, Barbara. “Men Working.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Daniels, Jim. “Premature Aging.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Daniels, Jim. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
Daniels, Jim. “What’s Wrong With America.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Danziger, Jazzy. “Earthquake in Wabash Valley, Three Months Before Our Engagement.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Dare, Robin. “Echo.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Darling, Kristina Marie. “Jane Dark Goes to Sleep.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Darlington, Tenaya. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 1.
Daunt, Jon. “American Gothic.” v. VI, no. 2.
Davey, Patricia A. “it’s all in the seasoning.” v. III, no. 1.
David, Gary. “Passing On Through Faith.” v. IV, no. 2.
Davidson, Chad. “This Is the Cow.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Davidson, Chad. “This Entire Minute.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Davingnon, Richard. “Hector Cantando.” v. VII, no. 2.
Davis, Carol Ann. “Cenotaph.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Davis, Carol V. Three Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Davis, Geffrey. “The Discipline of Waking Love.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Davis, Jon. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Davis, Jon. “James Lee Howell, Trucker, Reconsiders His Profession.” v. V, no. 2.
Davis, William Virgil. “Twins.” v. II, no. 1.
Davis, William Virgil. “In the Cold Air Register.” v. III, no. 1.
Davis, William V. “Night Thoughts for My Brother.” v. IV, no. 2.
Davis, William Virgil. “The Morning After.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Davis, William Virgil. “The Inkblot.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Dawes, Kwame. Three Poems. v. XXXX, no.1.
Day, Adam. “The Kinghorse Butchertown Brawl.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Daza, Rafael. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Deal, Susan Strayer. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Deatrick, Michelle Regalado. “Triptych: About Suffering.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
December, John. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 2.
deCourcy, Lynne H. “Changing the Gown.” v. VIII, no. 1.
deCourcy, Lynne H. “The Pearls.” v. IX, no. 1.
deCourcy, Lynne H. “The Fire at the Rim.” v. XII, no. 2.DeFoe, Mark. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
DeFoe, Mark. Two Poems. v. V, no. 2.
DeLong, Jesse. “Newton and the Law of Grave Eating.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.    DeLong, Jesse. “What Will Suffice.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
DeLong, Joe. “You’d Have to Get Up Pretty Early.” v. XXV, no. 2.
De Vaul, Anna. Two Poems. v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Delacroix, Julia. “On a Long Enough Time Line.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Delea, Mary Christine. “When You’re a Girl.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Delp, Jaimien. from Letter to Saint-Ex: XVIII. v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Denberg, Ken. “Sad.” v. III, no. 1.
Denberg, Ken. “Untitled.” v. III, no. 2.
deNiord, Chard. “Fire Road.” v. X, no. 1.
Dennis, Carl. “Salvage.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Dennis, Carl. “The Faithful.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Desy, Peter. “Parents.” v. IV, no. 1.
Desy, Roger. “flourishing.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Diamond, Joshua. “[For the information of young hunters]” and “[I have learned the history of my father].” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Dickerson, Rhiannon. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Dickey, Paul. “Delivering to the Client.” v. XXIX, no. 1.
Dickinson, Stephanie. “Super 80, 1946.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Dickinson, Stephanie. Two Poems. v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Dietz, Sheila. “The Murmuring of Fish.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Dillof, Fay. Two Poems. v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Dillon, Panika M. C. “to balance the scales (as if there ever is a once for all).” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Dingman, Chelsea. “Snow Fugue.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Djordjevic, Ena. Two Poems. v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Dobel, Hilary Vaughn. “Epistle.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Dockins, Mike. “Counting Sheep.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Domina, Lynn. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Donovan, Gerard. Two Poems. v. XII, no. 2.
Doty, M. R. “Drunk Ewe.” v. I, no. 1.
Doty, M. R. “Sex in the 80’s.” v. I, no. 2.
Doty, Mark. “Winter Journal.” v. X, no. 1.
Doubiago, Sharon. “The Bridge of San Luis Rey.” v. VII, no. 2.
Dougherty, Sean Thomas. “Snowglobe.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Dougherty, Sean Thomas. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 1.
Dove, Rita. “Driving Through.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Dove, Rita. Three Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Doyle, James. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Drake, Albert. “The Arnold Street Sewer.” v. I, no. 2.
Drexler, Wendy. “Beetle.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Driggers, Kimberly. “Of Late.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Driscoll, Jack. “Building the Cold From Memory.” v. III, no. 2.
Driscoll, Jack. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 1.
Driscoll, Jack. “Growing Up With Guns.” v. IV, no. 2.
Driscoll, Jack and William Meissner. “Ceilings.” v. III, no. 2.
Drobot, Clare. “Blink Twice for Yes.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Dubielak, C.A. “Walleye.” v. VI, no. 2.
Dubielak, C.A. “The Note.” v. X, no. 2.
Dubrow, Jehanne. “Before Pleasure.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Dubrow, Jehanne. “What We Talk About When We Talk about Deployment.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Duemer, Joseph. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Duemer, Joseph. “Songs I Could Sing You.” v. I, no. 2.
Duemer, Joseph. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
Duhamel, Denise. “You’re What?!” v. XXII, no. 1.
Duhamel, Denise. “The Accident.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Duhamel, Denise. from Help (in 47 Languages). Featured Poet Chapbook #3. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Duhamel, Denise. “Having a Diet Coke with You.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Duhig, Christina. “Lesson.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Dungy, Camille T. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 2.
Dungy, Camille. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Dunham, Jamey. “Autumn Comes to Sugar Creek.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Dunham, Rebecca. “Letter to My Love, on Autumn’s First Hard Frost.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Dunn, Ann. “The Formal Pond.” v. VII, no. 2.
Dunn, Stephen. “Radical.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Dunn, Stephen. Three Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Dunn, Stephen. “Bad Taste.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Dunn, Stephen. “Midnight/Noon.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Dunn, Stephen. “Poker Night in Tornado Alley.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Dybek, Stuart. Two Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.

E

Edson, Russell. “The Egg Layers.” v. V, no. 2.
Edwards, Jack. “Why Museums Make Me Sad.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Eklund, George. “Shower.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Ellison, Amy L. “Parachuting over Osan 1950.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Engel, Dave. “rat rat.” v. III, no. 1.
Espada, Martín. Two Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Espada, Martín. “Genuflection in Right Field.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Essinger, Cathryn. “Stalking the Wild Fettuccine.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Estes, Angie. “Natural History.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Estes, Angie. “Objects May Be Closer Than They Appear.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Estes, Angie. “Spectacular Bid.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Estes, Angie. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
EtShalom, Nava. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 2.
Etter, Dave. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 1.
Evans, Bradford. “Crossing Patagonia.” v. VI, no. 2.
Evans, Bradford. “Not Seen in the Picture.” v. VII, no. 2.
Evans, CJ. “Ars Poetica.” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Evans, CJ. “Dressed in Weather.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Evans, Finley. “Thanksgiving.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Evans, Michael. “Cutting the Apple Tree.” v. XII, no. 2.
Evans-Lynn, Lorilee. “Answering Pablo Neruda.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Evridge, Sally. “Cannon for the Good.” v. I, no. 1.

F

Fagan, Kathy. “Anatomical Panels at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Fagan, Kathy. “Dancing with Adam.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Faizullah, Tarfia. Words for Every Kind of Woman. Featured Poet Chapbook #11. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Falco, Edward. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Faldet, David. “Noah’s Raven.” v. VI, no. 2.
Fara, Monica Joy. “Grassland Psalm.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Fargnoli, Patricia. “Duties of the Spirit.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Fargnoli, Patricia. “Pemaquid Variations.” v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Faust, Kristina. “Frank Lloyd Wright Refuses to Apologize.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Fellman, Stanley A. “Picked Feathers and Blind Gardens.” v. VII, no. 1.
Fellman, Stanley A. “What Bird Song Remains.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Fellner, Steve. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Figg, Melanie. “One Way Loneliness Falls.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Files, Meg. “Jungle Walking.” v. VII, no. 1.
Files, Meg. “Island.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Finch, Roger. “Vistors from The Red Shoes.” v. VII, no. 1.
Fincke, Gary. “Breath.” v. I, no. 2.
Fincke, Gary. “The Covered-Dish Supper Fear.” v. III, no. 1.
Fincke, Gary. “In Emerico’s Bar.” v. VII, no. 1.
Fincke, Gary. “The First Armed Robbery in Selinsgrove.” v. V, no. 2.
Fincke, Gary. “The Insulation of Steam.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Fincke, Gary. “Leaving.” v. XVII, no. 2.
Fincke, Gary. “Love’s Source.” v. IV, no. 1.
Fincke, Gary. “Otherwise Healthy.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Fincke, Gary. “Skid Marks.” v. VII, no. 2.
Fincke, Gary. Two Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Findura, John. “What Do We Know?” v. XXV, no. 2.
Fink, Jonathan. “Afterwards.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Firer, Susan. “Common Name: Scilla. Genus Name: Scilla. Type: Perennial.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Fisher, Sally. “Drowning the Half-Dead Goldfish in Air.” v. XXIX, no. 1.
Flaherty, Doug. Two Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Flenniken, Kathleen. “Natural History.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Flenniken, Kathleen. “Herr Doktor.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Flor, Neil de la and Maureen Seaton. “The Historical Apple.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Foerster, Richard. “Lake Winnipesaukee.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Foerster, Richard. “Cowrie.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Foley, Ruth. “The Circle of What I Can Control.” v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Foster, Linda Nemec. “Climbing Harney Peak, Black Hills, South Dakota.” v. XI, no. 2.
Foster, Linda Nemec. “Ritual.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Foster, Linda Nemec. “Mazovian Willows: Chopin’s Nocturne Op. 9.” v. XVIII, no. 1.

Foster, Selina. “I Am A Reunion of Broken Parts.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Foust, Rebecca. “Dynamic Response of Multi-Layered Soil Media in the Frequency Domain.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Fox, Robert. “Traveler Returns in a Dream.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Frank, Rebecca Morgan. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 1.
French, Dayv James. “The Aviary.” v. IV, no. 1.
French, Kerri. “Frankie Silver Awaits Execution.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Funk, Allison. “Camera Obscura.” v. XXVI, no. 1.

G

Gailey, Jeannine Hall. “Every Human Is a Black Box.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Galeano, Juan Carlos. “Masks.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Galler, David. “The Event.” v. V, no. 1.
Garcia, Diana. “An Orchard of Figs in the Fall.” v. XII, no. 1.
Garcia, Albert. “The day I was born.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Garcia, Richard. Three Poems. v. XII, no. 1.
Garcia, Richard. “Vernon.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Gardner, Brieghan. Two Poems. v. XXXII, nos 1 & 2.
Gardner, Stephen. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Garin, Marita. “The Encounter.” v. V, no. 1.
Gaspar, Frank X. “The Angel’s Hand.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Gaspar, Frank X. “For the Womb Is a Great World.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Gay, Erin. Portrait From the Tiniest Window. Featured Poet Chapbook #4. v. XXVII, no. 1.
Geiger, Timothy. “Ambient.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Geiger, Timothy. “Aquamarine.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Geiger, Timothy. “Arachnophobia.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Gelmi, Alexa. “Untitled.” v. VII, no. 1.
Gibb, Robert. “Jack-Lighting.” v. XI, no. 1.
Gibb, Robert. “Climbing the Slope.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Gibson, Margaret. Two Poems. v. VIII, no. 2.
Gibson, Stephen. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Gibson, Steven M. “Rubbings.” v. VI, no. 1.
Gilgun, John. “Fine Tuning the Chill.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Girdner, Shelley. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Glancy, Diane. “Yeats.” v. XI, no. 1.
Glaser, Elton. “Chicken on Sunday.” v. III, no. 1.
Glaser, Elton. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Glaser, Elton. “Vapor Lock.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Glaser, Elton. “The Youngstown Breakfast Show.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Glazer, Jane. “Mother’s Mother.” v. V, no. 1.
Glazner, Greg. “After the Night Shift.” v. XI, no. 1.
Gloria, Eugene. Two Poems. v. XIV, no. 1.
Glover, Patricia. “Flight.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Glowney, John. “Word of the Cure.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Gold, Elizabeth. “Bat in the Hall.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Goldbarth, Albert. “Coinages: A Fairy Tale.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Goldbarth, Albert. Four Poems. v. XVIII, no. 2.
Goldbarth, Albert. Four Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Goldbarth, Albert. “Grove/To Make Sure.” v. II, no. 1.
Goldbarth, Albert. “He mounts to the Nine Heavens, wields the Broom Star.” v. I, no. 2.
Goldbarth, Albert. Three Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Goldbarth, Albert. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Goldstein, Ellen. “The Émigré.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Golden, Sierra. Two Poems. v. XXXV, no. 2.
Gonzalez, Ray. “Excited by an Old Manuscript.” v. VI, no. 2.
Gonzalez, Ray. Two Poems. v. XII, no. 1.
Gonzalez, Ray. “The Thief.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Gotera, Vince. “Mosquito/Manila Haiku.” v. XIV, no. 1.
Gottshall, Karin. “The Ghost.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Gottshall, Karin. “Pot Washing at Le Lapin d’Or.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Gottshall, Karin. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Gould, Roberta. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Graaf, Kara van de. Two Poems. v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Grabill, James. “A Fall.” v. VI, no. 2.
Grabill, James. Two Poems. v. VIII, no. 1.
Grabo, Carrie. “At the End the Body Sharpens Like a Blade.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Grace, Andrew. Almost Here: Poems From Sancta. Featured Poet Chapbook #7. v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Gray, Jeffrey. “Flying West into Light.” v. X, no. 1.
Graziano, Frank. “Homage to Knut Hamsun.” v. I, no. 2.
Green, Joseph. “Watching the Neighbors Load All Their Belongings Onto a U-Haul Trailer.” v. II, no. 2.
Green, Kimberly Cloutier. “For the Young Woman I Pass on the Beach.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Green, Sarah. “Four Leaves.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Green, W.H. “Not Me.” v. IX, no. 2.
Green, Timothy. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Greenspan, David. Two Poems. v. XXXV, no. 1.
Greenway, William. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Greenway, William. “Presto.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Gregg, Linda. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 1.
Grennan, Eamon. “Moon Cows.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Griffin, Walter. “Homesick.” v. VI, no. 1.
Griffin, Walter. “My Stepfather’s Eyebrows.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Griffith, Kevin. “Hawk Over the Rutherford Funeral Home.” v. IX, no. 1.
Griffith, Kevin. “Michigan.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Griffith, Kevin. “The Other Ark.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Griffith, Kevin. Two Poems. v. X, no. 2.
Griffith, Kevin. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Griffith, Kevin. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Grinwis, James. “Bar Flies.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Griswold, Jay. “Doors Opening Outward.” v. VII, no. 1.
Griswold, Jay. “Meditations on a Starry Night.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Griswold, Jay. Two Poems. v. IX, no. 2.
Griswold, Jay. “The River.” v. X, no. 1.
Groom, Kelle. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Gross, Joseph. Two Poems. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Grossberg, Benjamin. “Antonio Remembers Sebastian.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Grossberg, Benjamin S. “No Children.” v. XXVIII, no 1.
Grossberg, Benjamin S. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Guest, Paul. “The Pyromaniac’s Eulogy.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. “Inquiry into Praises.” v. IX, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. “Instructions for the Night Walk.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. “Life Study with Obstinate Questionings, or the Sweat Bee.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. “Meetings.” v. III, no. 1.
Gundy, Jeff. “Orbit.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Gundy, Jeff. “Right Here, or The Realist Aesthetic.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Gundy, Jeff. “The Traveler Encounters More Renowned Cities, Foreign Tongues, and Items of Historical Significance.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 2.
Gundy, Jeff. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.

H

Habel, Jennifer. Two Poems. v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Haefner, Tresha Faye. “Polestar of the Apocalypse.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Hague, Richard. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Halebsky, Judy. “Upright, Windswept, or Weeping.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Hales, Corrinne. “Roadside Marker.” v. IV, no. 2.
Haley, Vanessa. “How They Remind Us.” v. I, no. 2.
Haley, Vanessa. “Luciferin: 1959.” v. IV, no. 1.
Hallgren, Stephanie. “Jupiter Song.” v. II, no. 1.
Halperin, Mark. Two Poems. v. XVIII, no. 1.
Hankla, Cathryn. “Earth & Apples.” v. I, no. 1.
Hanzimanolis, Margaret. Three Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Hardin, Jeff. “The Babe.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Hardin, Jeff. “Coutenance.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Hardin, Jeff. “Having Questioned the Difference Anything Makes.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Hardy, Catherine. “The Country for Which There Is no Map.” v. XIII,no. 2.
Harmon, Joshua. “Proceedings of Mid-November.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Harmon, Joshua. Five Poems from Le Spleen de Poughskeepie. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Harp, Jerry. “Gathering.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Harris, Ian. “On the Spread of Democracy.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Harshman, Marc. “Climbing.” v. VII, no. 2.
Hasse, Margaret. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Hathaway, William. “The Giants’ Game.” v. VII, no. 1.
Haug, James. “5.1.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Haug, James. “August.” v. XVII, no. 2.
Haug, James. “Backdoor Cold Front.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Haug, James. “The Following Day.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Haug, James. “Love Canal.” v. IV, no. 2.
Haven, Chris. “The Underneath.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Hawley, Beatrice. “The Swing.” v. IX, no. 2.
Hays, K.A. “I Made My Soul a Hat.” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Hays, K.A. “As Sleep Comes, Thought.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Hayes, N. D. “Transfiguration.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Heatter, Virginia. from Radio Nowhere · In Spring. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Heffernan, Michael. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Held, Grey. “Rain.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Hemmert, Andrew. “Elegy with Salt at the Root.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Henke, Mark. “NATO 1961.” v. VII, no. 1.
Henke, Mark. “Hekla.” v. XI, no. 2.
Henry, Gordon. Two Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Henson, Julie. “Last Stand.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Henshaw, Tyler. “Dreaming of Teamsters.” v. VI, no. 1.
Henson, Sandy Meek. “Dust to Dust.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Herrera, Juan Felipe. “Tatarema.” v. XII, no. 1.
Hibbard, Kate Lynn. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Hicok, Bob. “A Way Home.” v. XII, no. 2.
Hicok, Bob. “Because ‘renting a stairway to heaven’ is expensive.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Hicok, Bob. “Evolution.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Hicok, Bob. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 2.
Hicok, Bob. “Cruel and Unusual.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Hicok, Bob. Two Poems. v. XXI, no 1.
Hicok, Bob. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Hicok, Bob. Three Poems. v. XXVIII, no 1.
Hickey, Nora. Two Poems. v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Higgins, Eric. “Autobiography.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Hilberry, Jane. “Crazy Jane Talks With Bones.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Hill, R. Nemo. “slow men.” v. VI, no. 2.
Hill, Pamela Steed. “slow dancing.” v. VII, no. 2.
Hill, Sarah. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 1.
Hillard, Graham. “Corner Studio, Artists’ Colony.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Hillard, Jeff. “Highway 36, Eolia.” v. IV, no. 2.
Hinkle, Ann. “Appalachian Portrait.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Hirzel, David. “A Blueprint.” v. VI, no. 1.
Hodge, Anna Claire. “Muck City.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Hoeppner, Edward Haworth. Two Poems. v. X, no. 2.
Hoey, Allen. “Children of Paradise.” v. V, no. 2.
Hoey, Allen. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
Hoffman, Cynthia Marie. Now Whatever You Imagine Shall Be Conceived. Featured Poet Chapbook #10. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Hogan, Linda. “Map.” v. XI, no. 1.
Holden, Jonathan. “Billet Doux.” v. I, no. 1.
Holden, Jonathon. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Holmes, Janet. “Dark Bar.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Holmgren, Hoag. “Sounding.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Hopler, Jay. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Hopler, Jay. “Treatise on the Nature of Art.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Hopes, David B. “A Passion Play.” v. I, no. 1.
Hopes, David. “Catherine Street.” v. II, no. 1.
Horner, Carl S. “Water Color.” v. VII, no. 1.
Horner, Davis. “The Joint Where Sin is Kept.” v. VII, no. 1.
Horsting, Eric. “Swimming Laps and Mozart.” v. X, no. 2.
Hospital, Carolina. Two Poems. v. XII, no. 1.
Howard, Ted. “Mural From a Small Church in the Slovene Countryside.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Howe, Paul. “Lost Infinities.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Howell, Christopher. “The Good Job.” v. X, no. 2.
Howell, Christopher. “Galileo.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Howell, William. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Huddle, David. Three Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Hudson, Michael. “Drunk in Bed Reading a Magazine Article About Three-Toed Sloths.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Hudson, Michael. “Failure of Imagination After the Lab Tests Came Back Positive.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Hudson, Michael. “Insomnia on Wednesday and the Realization That Life Is Utterly Meaningless.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Hudson, Michael. “The Occult Throughout the Week Before Her Birthday.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Huff, Robert. Three Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Huggins, Peter. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Hummer, T.R. “Something About How Time Works.” v. I, no. 1.
Hurley, Michael. “The Barnum Interview.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Hurt, Rochelle. “In the Century of Fumes.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Huth, Geof A. “Fog in Brazil.” v. VII, no. 2.
Hutton, Susan. “My List.” v. XXVI, no. 1.

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Ialuna, Joanna. “The Visit.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Inez, Colette. “Tunnel Songs.” v. I, no. 1.
Irwin, Mark. “Snow.” v. II, no. 1.
Irwin, Mark. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Irwin, Mark. “To a Fallen Starling.” v. IV, no. 1.
Irwin, Mark. “We.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Irwin, Mark. “As We Wonder.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Iyer, Geetha. “Honey after Oil.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Iyota’ke, Tantan’ka. “Epigtaphs.” v. XI, no. 1.
Iyota’ke, Tantan’ka. Two Poems. v. XI. no. 1.

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Jackson, Fleda Brown. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Jackson, Fleda Brown. Two Poems. v. XI, no. 2.
Jackson, Richard. “Benediction.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Jackson, Richard. Two Poems. v. XVIII, no. 2.
Jacobstein, Roy. “A.R.T.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Jacobstein, Roy. “Ring & After-Ring & Echo.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Jacobstein, Roy. “Rood, Door.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Jacobstein, Roy. Three Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Jaeger, Lowell. “What the Stones Know.” v. XI, no. 2.
Jaffe, Kate Rutledge. “Coastal Again.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
James, David. “The Rabbit Story.” v. III, no. 2.
James, David. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 2.
James, David. “Of All Things.” v. VII, no. 1.
Jamieson, Tom. “Corporeal.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Janik, Phyllis. “Strata.” v. II, no. 1.
Janke, Christopher. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 1.
Jarrot, Denise. “Nude, Partially Draped.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Jensen, Laura. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Jeffers, Meg. “Ordnance.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Jess, Tyehimba. Nobody’s Slave. Featured Poet Chapbook #2. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Johnsen, Katharine. “Quai de Bourbon.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Johnson-Miller, Betsy. “Conversations With a Doe on County Road 135.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Johnson, Jessica. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 2.
Johnson, Jonathon. “Call Before Digging.” v. XVII, no. 2.
Johnson, L. A. “Self-Portrait as Live Oak.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Johnson, Michael L. “The Great Horned Owl.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Johnson, Michael. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Jones, Eve. Two Poems. v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Joseph, Allison. “David Duke Reforms.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.

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Kalamaras, George. “The Return.” v. VI, no. 2.
Kalamaras, George. “Who Has Spent the Light.” v. VI, no. 2.
Kalscheur, Josh. “Dahli Cuts Into a Tuna.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Karapetkova, Holly. “Wild Child.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Karas, Michele. “Tulip Cuttings.” no. 1.
Kates, J. “Out.” v. V, no. 1.
Kates, J. “The Hammock.” v. VI, no. 1.
Katrovas, Richard. “Father, I Know.” v. I, no. 1.
Keene, Jarret. “Leonardo’s Flying Machines.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Keener, K. “Edible Packages.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Keller, Paul. “Angels at Rock Creek.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Kelly, Dave. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Kempf, Christopher. “Robison Park.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Kenny, Maurice. “Carleton Island.” v. XI, no. 1.
Kenny, Melanie. “Harvest.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Keplinger, David. “A Fable for Jarda.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Kercheval, Jesse Lee. “[Requiem, Animal, Mineral].” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Kiernan, Phyllis. “Home Land.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Kiesselbach, Dore. “Bird House.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Kildegaard, Athena O. “On the Plaza Before the Basilica of the Virgin of Guadalupe.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Kildegaard, Athena O. “Under the Trees.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Killmeyer, Sam. “from The Teeth Poems.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Kimbrell, James. “Variation on a Theme by Chagall.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Kinsella, John. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Kinsella, John. “Walking–Snakes.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Kirby, David. “The Crab Nebula.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Kirby, David. “The End of Poetry.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Kirby, David. “A Man Like You But Older.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Kirby, David. “Sara Bernhardt’s Leg.” v. I, no. 1.
Kirby, David. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” v. VI, no. 1.
Kitchen, Judith. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Kitchen, Judith. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Klahr, Sophie. “two stones / swallow.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Klein, Laurie. “Rainworms.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Klepetar, Steven. “Buick.” v. IV, no. 1.
Knapp, Elizabeth. Three Poems. v. XXVII, no. 1.
Knippen, James Henry. “Raspberries.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Knott, Kip. “van Gogh, ‘Self Portrait with Pipe.'” v. VIII, no. 2.
Knott, Kip. Two Poems. v. IX, no. 1.
Knott, Kip. “Pictures from El Salvador.” v. X, no. 2.
Kocinski, Michael. “June for Right Now.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Kohler, Sandra. “Summer.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Kooser, Ted. Two Poems. v. XXI, no. 2.
Koosmann, Melissa. “The Hangman’s Daughter.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Kotzin, Miriam. “Portrait.” v. IV, no. 1.
Kozma, Andrew. “Song of the Park Ranger.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Kreiter-Kurylo, Carolyn. “The Replica.” v. I, no. 2.
Kroll, Ernest. “Geronimo.” v. I, no. 2.
Krut, Robert. “Stare.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Kuhl, Nancy. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Kugel-Merkner, Molly. “Dental Records.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Kunkel, Marianne. “Boisterous.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Kutchins, Laurie. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
Kuzma, Greg. “Summer.” v. I, no. 2.
Kuzma, Greg. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 1.
Kuzma, Greg. “Burying the Dog.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Kyle, Catherine. “Ode to a Parallel Universe in Which Gifts Given Are Gone.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Kwon, Haesong. “Many Have Fallen.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.

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LaBonté, Karen. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 1.
LaFemina, Gerry. “The Hare.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
LaFemina, Gerry. “Junk Mail.” v. XXV no. 1.
LaFemina, Gerry. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 2.
Lahey, Ed. “A Different Price.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Laidlaw, Brian. “Five-Paragraph Essay on the Brown Recluse Spider.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Lamar, Paul. Two Poems. v. V, no. 2.
Lamar, Paul. “Conversation With a Photograph.” v. VI, no. 1.
Lambeth, Laurie Clements. “In a Field Distractions Rise.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Lamey, Susanna. “From Sleep, I See Past the Apocalypse.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Lammon, Martin. “Back Roads.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Landingham, Corey Van. “Last Year at Marienbad.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Landry, Benjamin. “Kr (Krypton).” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Landry, Benjamin. “Mercies in the American Desart.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Lanier, Heather. “Bear Leads Police in Wild Chase…” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Lantz, Nick. “The Last Words of Pancho Villa.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Larsen, Jeanne. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Larsen, Jeanne. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Larsen, Lance. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 1.
Lassell, Michael. “THE DONALD YEARS.” v. V, no. 1.
Lassell, Michael. “Old Men at the Spa.” v. V, no. 2.
Latimer, Quinn. “Inexpert.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Lauren, Rebecca. Two Poems. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Lawry, Mercedes. “Simple as Shadows.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Lea, Sydney. “American Dream.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Lea, Sydney. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Lea, Sydney. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Lea, Sydney. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Leary, Brian. “Dare You to Eat His Goaty Balls.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
LeBlanc, Diane. “The End of Grief.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
LeForge, P.V. “The Ten Visions.” v. I, no. 2.
Lee, Joni. Two Poems. v. XXXX, no. 1.
Lee, Priscilla. “Rain.” v. XIV, no. 1.
Legris, Sylvia. “Nerve-Storms.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Lehnert, Richard. “Elegy With a Blank Sign on a Telephone Pole.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Lehnert, Richard. “Straight Man.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Lehnert, Richard. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Lenox, Stephanie. “Interview for Position of Mythological Hero.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Leonard, Keith. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Leopold, Joseph. “The Power of Ceaseles Motion.” v. XI, no. 1.
Leslie, Naton. “The Final Terms.” v. X, no. 2.
Leslie, Naton. “The Saint Alive.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Lessley, Shara. “Canopy.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Lessley, Shara. “Genealogical Survey Across Several Countries.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Levan, Michael. “Partial History of the Moon in Four Seasons.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Levi, Jan Heller. “This Is Not a Question Specific to the Netherlands.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Levi, Steven C. “Untitled.” v. VI, no. 2.
Levine, Philip. Three Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Lewis, Quinn. Two Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Libby, Anthony. “Dorothea Lange Takes a Picture, 1936.” v. XI, no. 1.
Lietz, Robert. “Sundays in Parish Neighborhoods.” v. II, no. 1.
Lietz, Robert. “An Apology for Baseball in Upstate New York.” v. V, no. 1.
Lietz, Robert. “For Gerald Coury.” v. V, no. 2.
Lietz, Robert. “Pistols.” v. VI, no. 2.
Lindenberg, Rebecca. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Lindner, Carl. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 1.
Lindner, Carl. “Boomerang.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Lindsay, Frannie. “Kites in Paradise.” v. II, no. 2.
Lindsay, Frannie. “To a Few Things Still Lying Around.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Lipman, Joel. “Longtime Rossford Greenhouse Owner.” v. II, no. 2.
Lishan, Stuart. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Lishan, Stuart. “The Cries of Birds.” v. V, no. 2.
Lisson, Paul. “History.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Littlejohn, Jesse. “The Animation.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Liu, Rebecca. Two Poems. v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Liu, Timothy. Three Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Liu, Timothy. “Somewhere South of France.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Liu, Timothy. “Speak to the Hand.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
London, Sara. “The Odds.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Long, Joel. “The Springs.” v. XI, no. 1.
Long, Richard. “Minor Notes on June in November.” v. VII, no. 1.
Lopez, Estanisalo. “Politics of Rivers.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Losh, Rachel. “A Brief History of Time.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Low, Denise. “Small Two Landscape.” v. II, no. 2.
Lucina, Sister Mary. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Lucina, Sister Mary. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 1.
Ludvigson, Susan. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Lutz, Amy S. F. “Expiration.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Lynch, Erin. “Hex.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Lynch, Tamiko. “Sacrifice.” v. IV, no. 1.
Lynch, Tamiko. “Communion.” v. IV, no. 2.
Lynch, Thomas. “Venice.” v. III, no. 2.
Lynskey, Edward C. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 1.
Lynskey, Edward C. “Kiss of Kin.” v. VII, no. 2.

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MacFarland, M. E. Three Poems. v. XXXVII, no. 1.
MacKinnon, Bruce. “The Black Swan.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Madden, Heather. “Miss Prairie’s Etiquette Lessons.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Madonick, Michael David. “Gazelle.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Madonick, Michael David. Two Poems. v. XVIII, no. 2.
Madonick, Michael David. Two Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Madonick, Michael David. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Madonick, Michael David. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Maginnes, Al. Four Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Maginnes, Al. “Hard Dreaming.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Maginnes, Al. “July.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Maginnes, Al. “Sharks in Kansas.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Maginnes, Al. Two Poems. v. XVI, no. 2.
Mahaney, Matthew. “Dear Elizabeth, if we follow the fox tails curling around” and “Dear Elizabeth, if I were smaller I would want to sleep.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Makuck, Peter. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Malhotra, Mia Ayumi. from Daughters of Sarkhan. v. XXXV, no. 2. 
Maliszewski, Paul. “Night.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Maner, John. “Witching Season.” v. XII, no. 2.
Mann, John. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Manning, Nancy. “Everyone Thinkin It Mine.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Mao, Sally Wen. “House Arrest.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Mar, Richard Delos. “Wind Rattles.” v. X, no. 1.
Marcus, Jacqueline. “Remembering Giotto.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Marshall, James John. “Love and Two (2) Trains.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Martin, Erin Lyndal. “Colony Collapse–Aristaeus.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Martin, Hugh. “The War Was Good, Thank You.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Martin, Jack. “Dialectic Apiarism.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Martin, Richard. “By Zero.” v. IV, no. 2.
Martínez, Dionisio D. Five Poems. v. XII, no. 1.
Martínez, Dionisio D. Two Poems. v. XIV, no. 2.
Martínez, Dionisio D. Two Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Martínez, Dionisio D. Three Poems. v. XVII, no. 2.
Martínez, Dionisio D. “Stained glass keeps you from what is holy.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Marvin, Cate. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Marvin, Cate. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Mason, Matt. “Mistranslating Neruda.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Massen, Yael. “The Cartographer’s Daughter.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Massey, Tom. “The Seeker.” v. VI, no. 2.
Mathys, Ted. “Mekong, Mohican.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Mattawa, Khaled. “Lovers (Jafaar the Winged).” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Matthews, Christopher. “Creature Feature.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Matthews, Christopher Todd. “Mad Scientist in Love.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Maurer, Katherine. “Feral.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
McAdams, Janet. “What she will sing to you.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
McCallum, Shara. “Dear History.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
McCarthy, Gerald. “Susquehanna.” v. II, no. 2.
McClure, Meghan. “Everything Is Heavy.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
McCord, Kyle. “Portrait of Rossetti Obsessed.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
McCorkle, James. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
McDaniel, Jeffrey. “The Emotional Warrior Handbook.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
McDaniel, Jeffrey. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
McDonald, Walter. Three Poems. v. IV, no. 2.
McDonald, Walter. “Report From the City.” v. V, no. 2.
McDonald, Walter. “Night of the Bonfire Club.” v. VI, no. 1.
McDonald, Walter. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
McDonald, Walter. “Tracking on Hardscrabble.” v. VII, no. 2.
McDonald, Walter. “Alone for a Week in the Rockies.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
McFatter, Jedd. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 2.
McGookey, Kathleen. “Apology.” v. XXI, no. 1.
McGookey, Kathleen. Two Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 1.
McGrath, Campbell. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
McGriff, Michael. “Sudden Poem for the Last Hour of Winter.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
McInnis, Amy. “Crab Spiders Have Eight Eyes.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
McKain, David. Two Poems. v. IX, no. 1.
McKetta, Elisabeth Sharp. “Cartography of Human Bridges.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
McKinley, Ann. “During the Divorce.” v. XXV, no. 2.
McLaughlin, Catherine. “Belfast Winter: February 1985.” v. VII, no. 1.
McMillen, Patricia. “Up From Down.” v. XXII, no. 2.
McMorris, Regina. “What Love Has Become.” v. XXV, no. 2.
McNair, Wesley. “The Characters of Dirty Jokes.” v. XIX, no. 1.
–Selected for Best American Poetry 1999
McNair, Wesley. “The License Photo.” v. XXV, no. 1.
McNair, Wesley. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
McNair, Wesley. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 2.
McNally, Janet. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
McQuade, Molly. “Morning Glories.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
McQuerry, Claire. “Pearls.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Meadows, Carrie. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Meek, Sandra. “Clearing the House.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Meek, Sandra. “Flood Coverage.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Meek, Sandra. “Paralleling the Subject.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Meek, Sandra. Two Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Meek, Sandra. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Meissner, William .Three Poems. v. IV, no. 1.
Meissner, Bill. “1955: James Dean Does a TV Public Service Announcement about Speeding.” v. X, no. 2.
Meissner, William. “Summer of 1963: The Orbit of the Wiffle Ball.” v. XII, no. 2.
Meitner, Erika. “P.S. 221 Goes to the Museum of Natural History.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Meitner, Erika. “The Night Before the Wedding.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Mennies, Rachel. “The Sickness.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Memmer, Philip. “Cups.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Memmer, Philip. “The Magician’s Assistant.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Memmer, Philip. “Psalm.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Meyerhofer, Michael. “Field Trip.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Meyerhofer, Michael. “The Feline Pythia of Fresno, California.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Michelson, Richard. “A Model for Marriage.” v. II, no. 1.
Michelson, Richard. “Reading the Advice Columns.” v. II, no. 2.
Michelson, Richard. Three Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Mickelson, Jory. “Amelia Earhart Dreams of Dancing.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Milian, Patrick. “On Sharing and the Resonant.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Militello, Jennifer. “After Days Not Found.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Militello, Jennifer. “I Have Never Stood Outside a House Burned Down.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Militello, Jennifer. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Miller, Matthew Moser. “Letter to the Monkey Wandering Muskingum County in Need of Medical Attention.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Million, Chris. “Mississippi.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Mills, Lloyd L. “Man on a marsupial couch.” v. III, no. 1.
Minar, Scott. “Nothing.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Minor, Sarah. “Signal Arizona.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Minczeski, John. Two Poems. v. XXI, no. 2.
Minczeski, John. “2 White Bowls.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Minicucci, Matthew. “No Epithets.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Mitchell, Amy. “The Bird-Watcher’s Guide to This.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Mitchell, Roger. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 2.
Mishler, Susanna. “Beginner’s World.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Mock, Jeff. “Despite the Happily Ever After, Gretel’s Father Seeks Therapy.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Moffett, Kelly. “Candling Before Divorce.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Moffett, Rosalie. Two Poems. v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Monahan, Maggie. “The Anonymous Old Woman to Jan Palach.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Montesano, Keith. “Journey’s ‘Don’t Stop Believin’ ‘ Finally Collapses the Radio Waves.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Moore, Barbara. “Ode to Wood.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Moore, Cindy. “Interpretations.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Moore, Daniel. “The Visitor.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Moore, Devon. “Mourning Dove.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Moore, Kelly. “An alternate ending to my affair with Mr. Blank (II).” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Moos, Kate. “What the Saints Have Taught Us.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Mora, Pat. “Dear Frida,” v. XII, no. 1.
Moran, Patrick. “Nail Clippers.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Morejón, Nancy. “Una Rosa.” v. III, no. 2.
Morgan, Rachel. “Fever of Unknown Origin.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Moriarty, Megan. “Education.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Morton, Matt. “Pale Annual.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Moses, W. R. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Moysaenko, Daniel. Three Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Muench, Simone. Three Poems. v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Muratori, Fred. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 1.
Murphy, Katherine. “Seattle to Minneapolis, 1946.” v. VII, no. 1.
Murray, George. “An Egyptian Soldier on the Red Sea Swims Away From Moses.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Myers, Marcus. “There will come a moment when the city stops.” v. XXV, no. 2.

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Naganawa, Arlene. Two Poems. v. XIV, no. 1.
Nagler, Robert. “After a Picture Called The Tempest by Giorgione.” v. XII, no. 2.
Nagy, Tricia. “White Empress.” v. XVII, no. 2.
Nameroff, Rochelle. “Matinee In Winter.” v. V, no. 2.
Nameroff, Rochelle. “The Boulevard of Broken Dreams.” v. VI, no. 2.
Nameroff, Rochelle. “The Present as Fossil.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Napier, Alan. “Breaking.” v. X, no. 2.
Napier, Alan. “Two Cocks Die.” v. XII, no. 2.
Nealon, Mary Jane. “Warrensburg, Missouri.” v. IX, no. 2.
Nebel, Jay. Two Poems. v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Neeld, Judith. “Variation on a Theme of Incest.” v. VI, no. 2.
Nelson, Eric. “The Interpretation of Waking Life.” v. X, no. 2.
Nelson, Eric. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 1.
Nepo, Mark. “Water on the Heart.” v. VI, no. 2.
Nepo, Mark. “Blood for Mercy.” v. VII, no. 1.
Nesset, Kirk. “Contingency.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Newell, Megan. “(from The Book of Common Prayer).” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Newman, Wade. “A Young Priest Writes to Gerard Manley Hopkins.” v. V, no. 2.
Newton, Laura. “Accident.” v. II, no. 2.
Nezhukumatathil, Aimee. “Bloodflower.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Nezhukumatathil, Aimee. “What I Learned from the Incredible Hulk.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Nezhukumatathil, Aimee. “World of the Ice Giants.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Nicholl, Greg. “Open House.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Nichols, Cindy. Two Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Nicolleta, Peter. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Nieves, John A. Two Poems. v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Noll, Brianna. “Boreal.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Nordgren, Sarah Rose. “Carving the New Family.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Nosow, Robert. “Dialogue/Canyon.” v. XII, no. 2.
Nuernberger, Kathryn. “In a Time of Drought.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Nuernberger, Kathryn. “Other People’s Children.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Nussbaum, Mia. “Notes for Chris, Who Fell Into a Hopper Book One Night in Chicago and Hasn’t Climbed Out.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Nye, Naomi Shihab. “MARIE.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.

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Oaks, Jeff. “At the End of the Street.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
O’Connell, Bill. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
O’Keefe, Timothy. “On the Corner of Independence and 6th Street NE.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Oeding, Carrie. “Apology to Meditation.” v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Oet, Rainie. Three Poems. v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Ogden, Hugh. “Late Winter.” v. IV, no. 1.
Oliver, Mary. “The Rain Begins Before I Reach Pasture Pond.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Olsen, Jason. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Olsen, William. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Olson, Christina. “I Keep Goldfish.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Olsson, Kurt. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Olszewska, Daniela. “Mala Nostra.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Orlen, Steve. “Ballad of the Apostle Bar.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Orr, Gregory. from Concerning the Book That Is the Body of the Beloved. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Osborn, Karen. “The Motion of Water.” v. I, no. 1.
Osier, Jill. “Passerine.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Osowski, Leah Poole. Three Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Ossmann, April. “Epergne.” v. XVIII, no. 2.

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Paino, Frankie. “Fourth of July.” v. X, no. 2.
Paino, Frankie. “Keats in Rome.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Paino, Frankie. “Elegy for Wilde.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Paino, Gerrie. “Shadows.” v. XI, no. 2.
Pankey, Erik. “Small Confessions.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Pape, Greg. Two Poems. v. XII, no. 2.
Pape, Greg. Two Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Pape, Greg. “On the Job.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Pappas, Theresa. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Paradis, Philip. “Dust Storm.” v. IV, no. 1.
Pardi, Philip. “Here.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Pardi, Philip. Three Poems. v. XXIV, no. 1.
Pardi, Philip. “Wintering.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Park, Jenifer. “Dinner in a Trench.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Parks, Amy Ratto. “Song of Animals.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Parker, Alan Michael. Two Poems. v. XXIV, no. 2.
Parker, David. “There is no I in Non-Euclidian Geometry.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Pastan, Linda. “Redundancy.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Pattay, Ricq. Two Poems. v. XIII, no. 2.
Patterson, Veronica. Two Poems. v. XII, no. 2.
Patton, Patti. Three Poems. v. XII, no. 2.
Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. “Farm.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. “La Habana Oscura.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. “Odds.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. “Swingline.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. Three Poems. v. XII, no. 1.
Pau-Llosa, Ricardo. Two Poems. v. XVIII, no. 1.
Paz, Oliver de la. Three Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Perchik, Simon. “Nothing Will Collide.” v. IV, no. 1.
Perchik, Simon. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
Perchik, Simon. “4.” v. VII, no. 1.
Perchik, Simon. “Untitled.” v. X, no. 1.
Perillo, Lucia. “For the Mad Cow in Tenino.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Perkins, Jeffrey. “Kingdom.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Peters, Robert. “Playing Seal.” v. V, no. 1.
Peterson, Allan. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 2.
Peterson, Jim. “The Hunkering.” v. I, no. 2.
Peterson, Jim. “Alive and Well At the Camelback Inn.” v. II, no. 2.
Peterson, Jim. “The Distraction.” v. III, no. 2.
Phillips, Carl. Two Poems. v. XXI, no. 1.
Phillips, Louis. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 1.
Piazza, Jessica. Two Poems. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Pieratti, Danielle. “Matins.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Pierce, Catherine. Three Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Pierce, Catherine. “Love Poem to Longing.” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Pierce, Catherine. “A Catalogue of My Desires From Age Sixteen to the Present.” v. XXXI, no. 2. Plante, Jessica. “The Lying Field.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Poch, John E. “The Recompense.” v. XII, no. 2.
Porterfield, Susan. “Bird.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Poulin, A., Jr. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Poulin, A., Jr. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Pressnell, Isaac. “At the Airport” and “Would You Rather See an Animal or See Some Bones.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Prevost, Chad. “Where My Love Goes.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Prevost, Chad. “Tremors.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Price, Elizabeth A. “Element.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Pritchard, Forrest. “Martins Ferry, Ohio, 1997.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Prooyen, Laura van. “Swivel.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Prufer, Kevin. “For the Unfortunates.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Prufer, Kevin. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Prufer, Kevin. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Purpura, Lia. “Love Letter from Equilibrium.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.

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Quade, Mary. “Epitaph.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Quade, Mary. “From Old Doctor Carlin’s Receipt Book and Household Physician.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Quade, Mary. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Quek, Laura. “On Seventy Times Seven.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Quinn, John. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Quinn, John. Three Poems. v. II, no. 1.

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Ramspeck, Doug. “Unblessing.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Ramspeck, Doug. Two Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Ramspeck, Doug. Two Poems. v. XXXX, no. 1.
Randolph, Robert. “Old Stove Dance Hall, Circa 1967.” v. XII, no. 2.
Rasmussen, Matt. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Raptosh, Diane. “Idaho.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Rasmovicz, Bill. “Crows.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Ratzlaff, Keith. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 1.
Rawson, Eric. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 2.
Rawson, Eric. “Axolotl.” v. VI, no. 1.
Rawson, Joanna. “Blowback.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Raz, Hilda. Two Poems. v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Realuyo, Bino A. “Japayuki.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Reed, Valerie. “Epiphany.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Rees, Elizabeth. “Returning from Egypt.” v. XVI, no. 1.
Reeves, Trish. “The Beautiful Golden Bareback Rider.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Reid, C. C. “Killdeer.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Reinhold, Jean. “Before the Divorce.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Reiss, James. “Arrowhead Drive.” v. III, no. 1.
Reiter, Thomas. “Making Up Trains.” v. I, no. 2.
Rekdal, Paisley. The Parable of Proteus. Featured Poet Chapbook #5. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Remple, Margaret. “George Bush Returns from Hell to Live and Work in a Prosthesis Factory.” v. XII, no. 2.
Revell, Donald. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 1.
Reyes, Carlos. “Bahia De Palma.” v. II, no. 2.
Reynolds, Meg. “Birthday Fish.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Richter, Jennifer. “Bats.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Rigby, Karen. “Sunflower Prayer.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Rigby, Karen. “Autobiography of the Body.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Rigby, Karen. “Autobiography as a Panamanian Botanical Index.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Rinehart, Rachel. “Eier Schmaltz.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Rivard, David. “Going.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Rivers, J.W. “The Non-Swimmer Advises His Nephew About the Beach.” v. I, no. 1.
Rivers, J. W. Three Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Rivkin, Joshua. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Robbins, Richard. “How November Comes.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Roberts, Charles. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 2.
Roberts, Len. Two Poems. v. XVIII, no. 2.
Robertson, Kristin. “Loon.” v XXXIII, no. 1.
Robins, Michael. “Poem for Saplings & Guesswork.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Robins, Michael. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Robinson, Anthony. “When You Arrive.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Roderick, David. “Flood.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Rogers, Elizabeth Lindsey. “Hinge.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Rogers, Stephanie. “Story.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Rohlfs, Bruce. “Chicago Alley.” v. V, no. 2.
Rojas, Andres. “American Piece.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Romanosky, Christa. “Exotica.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Root, Judith. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Root, William Pitt. “Choosing a Diamond.” v. I, no. 1.
Roripaugh, Lee Ann. “Temporary Things.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Rosenberg, Dan. “Again With You.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Rosenberg, Dan. “If You Carry the Book I Will Carry You.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Rosinsky, Lisa. “Fairy Tale with No Known Provenance.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Rubin, Mark. “Catherine Prudhomme.” v. IV, no. 1.
Rubin, Mark. “Access to Heaven.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Ruefle, Mary. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Ruffin, Paul. “Jody Walker: The First Voice.” v. I, no. 2.
Ruffin, Paul. “Frozen Over.” v. IV, no. 1.
Ruffin, Paul. “Floundering.” v. IX, no. 2.
Runyan, Tania. “Lake Forest Oasis.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Russ, Biff. “Rodin, In Love, Unmolds His Bronze Statue of Eve.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Russell, Brian. Three Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Russell, Norman. Three Poems. v. XI, no. 1.
Russell, Timothy. “In Hoc Homine.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Rutherglen, Michael. “Singularity.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Rutsala, Vern. “The Story Without End.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Ruwe, Donelle. Two Poems. v. XII, no. 2.
Ryan, Kay. “Morning Sun.” v. IV, no. 2.
Rybak, Zack. “A Softer Glass.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Ryle, Ashley Danielle. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.

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Sabine-Oleksa, L. “Jaime.” v. VII, no. 1.
Salinas, Luis Omar. “Poem for Manuel Vizcaino.” v. XII, no. 1.
Sallis, James. Two Poems. v. XXI, no. 1.
Salontai, Dan. “Womanography.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Samaras, Nicholas. “Aphasia.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Samyn, Mary Ann. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Samyn, Mary Ann. Three Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Samyn, Mary Ann. Three Poems. v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Samyn, Mary Ann. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Samyn, Mary Ann. “Under It.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
–First Prize: 2002 James Wright Poetry Award
Sasanov, Catherine. Two Poems. v. XIII, no. 2.
Sasanov, Catherine. Two Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Sasanov, Catherine. “Each Building to House Its Idea of Heaven.” v. XVII, no. 2.
Savich, Zach. “Movie.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Scarry, Siobhan. “from (A)pastoral.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Schilpp, Margot. “Poem in Which I Figure Out How Things Work.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Schleicher, Max. “Grape Picker’s Song.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Schmeltzer, Michael. “Elegy/Ghost.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Schmitz, Cassie. “The Fitting.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Schoenfeld, Staci R. “The Glass Girl Recalls Her Transformation.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Schomburg, Zachary. Two Poems. v. XXIII, no. 2.
Schraffenberger, J.D. “Relocation.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Schulman, Norma. “Aging.” v. V, no. 1.
Schulten, Emily. “Navigating the Afterlife (Book of the Dead).” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Schutz, Lacy. “Five Poems on the Fertilizing Word.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Schutz, Lacy. “To Which a Scoundrel Clings.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Schwartz, Ruth L. “Letter From Ellis Pond.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Scofield, Wendy. “Motion/Silence.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Scott, M.A. “Mercy, Recurring.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Scott, Nathaniel. “Fallingwater.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Scrimgeour, J.D. “Under the Ghost.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Scrupe, Mara Adamitz. “Natural History.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Seaton, Maureen. “A Nuclear Occurrence.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Seaton, Maureen and Denise Duhamel. “Alice in Wonderland 2.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Seaton, Maureen. “Rules for Cave Diving.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Seaton, Maureen and Neil de la Flor. “The Historical Apple.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Seay, Allison. “Time of Need.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Segall, Robert. “May 4, 1970, Kent, Ohio.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Serchuk, Peter. Two Poems. v. IV, no. 2.
Serchuk, Peter. “My Other Life.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Sexton, Elaine. “Wraith.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Shannon, Christopher. “Aircrafting.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Shaw, Anne. “At Loyala Beach.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Shears, Matt. “drive.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Shears, Matt. “______.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Sheffer, Roger. “Nerstrand Woods.” v. XI, no. 2.
Shepard, Neil. Three Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Shevin, David. “Overdue Letter.” v. IX, no. 1.
Shin, Sun Yung. “Economic Miracles.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Shinar, Yael. “The Living.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Shipman, Leslie. “The Great Sadness.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Shipers, Carrie. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Shipers, Carrie. “How Sandbag Lives Up to His Name.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Shirley, Skye. “Conception.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Short, Gary. Two Poems. v. XVII, no. 1.
Shumate, David. “The Fourth Dimension.” v. XXVII, no. 2.
Shumate, David. “The Supernatural.” v. XXVIII, no. 1.
Shumate, David. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 1.
Sideris, Hilary. Two Poems. v. VI, no. 2.
Sideris, Hilary. “This Spacious Cage.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Siegel, Matthew. “[And sometimes I know I am having a feeling].” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Siegel, Matthew. Three Poems. v. XXXI, no. 1.
Simms, Michael. “The Saying of Names.” v. I, no. 1.
Simoneau, Brian. “The Gravedigger to the Grieving Poet” and “Record Flooding as Metaphor for Grief.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Simons, Michelle Blake. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Simons, Michelle Blake. “Letters From a Journey.” v. V, no. 1.
Siraganian, Jen. “Armenian Wedding.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Skeen, Anita. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 1.
Skinner, Knute. “Edna Faye.” v. I, no. 1.
Skinner, Knute. Three Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Skipper, Jason. “Cigarette.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Skloot, Floyd. “The Island.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Slate, Ron. “The Swimmer.” v. I, no. 2.
Slinker, Nathan. “Movement from Farm to Table with Forest Interlude.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Slowinski, Stephanie. “Tattoo Woman.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Smith, Carolyn Reams. “Geophysical.” v. VIII, no. 1.
Smith, Claire Sylvester. “Lab.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Smith, David-Glen. “The Moon Dreams of Cecilia Dreaming of the Moon.” v. XI, no. 2.
Smith, David James. “The Quiet Ambition of Grass.” v. XII, no. 2.
Smith, Erin Elizabeth. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Smith, Kathryn. Two Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Smith, Maggie. “For the Wife of Lot.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Smith, Maggie. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Smith, Todd. “Verdigris, South Fork.” v. XVI, no. 2.
Smucker, Elizabeth. “East of Mending.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Sneeden, Brian. “Alexandria Duet.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Snider, Bruce. “This is the Last Poem With the Ocean in It.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Snyder, Jennifer. Two Poems. v. XIV, no. 2.
Snyder, Jennifer. Two Poems. v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Sommers, Laura. “What the Possum Knows About Dying.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Soniat, Katherine. “A History of Religion.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Soniat, Katherine. Two Poems. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Spacks, Barry. “Awakening.” v. III, no. 1.
Speer, Laurel. “Putting On a Girdle …” v. IV, no. 1.
Speer, Laurel. “What We Do for Entertainment on Sundays.” v. VI, no. 1.
Speer, Laurel. “An Exam.” v. VII, no. 1.
Speer, Laurel. “The Juilliard Mother.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Spence, Michael. “Fogged In.” v. II, no. 2.
Spence, Michael. “Slug.” v. VI, no. 2.
Spencer, Molly. “Aubade with Book and Angel.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Sprayberry, Sandra. “Little Miss Muffet.” v. II, no. 1.
St. Germain, Sheryl. “Deathbed.” v. XI, no. 2.
Stafford, Kim R. Two Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Stafford, William. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Stagner, Alison. Three Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 1.
Stallings, A. E. “Aegean Story.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Stangeland, Joannie. “In the Helices.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Stanton, Maura. “Translating.” v. XXII, no. 1.
Stanton, Maura. Two Poems. v. XXVII, no. 2.
Starkey, David. “Snow Angels.” v. XVIII, no. 1.
Starkey, David. “MMI.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Staton, Patricia. “Walking After Dinner.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
–Selected for The 2004 Pushcart Prize Anthology
Stein, Kevin. “Goldfinch at the Window Feeder.” v. X, no. 2.
Steinberg, Hugh. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Steingass, David. “Dinosaur Light.” v. X, no. 1.
Steinorth, Jennifer Sperry. “Eve Again.” v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Steinquist, Jaya. “Glass Complex.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Stelmach, Marjorie. “Three Entries in the Encyclopedia of Tigers.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Stelmach, Marjorie. “sand.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Stephenson, Melissa. “After Mating for Life.” v. XXXIV, v. 2.
Stephenson, Shirley. “After Meningitis, Dura Mater.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Sternlieb, Barry. “Fission.” v. V, no. 2.
Stevenson, Coleman. from The Flowerwaterers. v. XXIV, no. 1.
Stillwell, Mary Kathryn. “Moving to Malibu.” v. VI, no. 2.
Stine, Alison. “Moon Lake Electric.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Stine, Alison. “Morphology.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Stine, Alison. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 1.
Stokes, Terry. “Oh, It’s Been Easy.” v. I, no. 2.
Stout, Meg. “Jonagold, McInstosh, Cortland, &c.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Strickland, Stephanie. “Imagination.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Struthers, Ann. “I Think of Virgil’s Farmer.” v. VII, no. 1.
Stryk, Lucien. Two Poems. v. VIII, no. 2.
Studebaker, William. Three Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Suárez, Virgil. “Aji Cachucha.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Suárez, Virgil. “Lolo.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Suárez, Virgil. “Pegged.” v. XXIV, no. 1.
Suárez, Virgil. “Sensor Lights.” v. XXII, no. 2.
Suárez, Virgil. “Tree of Life.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Suárez, Virgil. Two Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Su, Adrienne. Three Poems. v. XIV, no. 1.
Sullivan, Mark. “Reserve Heads.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Sullivan, Mark. “What Bites?” v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Sumpter, Matt. “Dead Zoo.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Sundahl, Daniel James. “The Persistence of Memory: Part II.” v. IX, no. 1.
Sunderlin, Jacob. “Hangover for Townes Van Zandt.” v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Susskind, Harriet. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Susskind, Harriet. “Sunday at Sunset Bay.” v. II, no. 2.
Swann, Brian. “Late Spring.” v. I, no. 1.
Sweeney, Jennifer K. “Parenthetical at 35.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Swickard, David. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Swilky, Jody. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Sze, Arthur. “Configurations.” v. X, no. 1.
Szporluk, Larissa. Two Poems. v. XVI, no. 2.
Szporluk, Larissa. “Duressor.” v. XVIII, no. 1.

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Tabasso, Gina M. Two Poems. v. XVII, no. 2.
Tallmadge, Gabriella R. Two Poems. v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Tanseer, Chris. “Poem for My Father, Who Has Less to Say Now.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Tate, James. “The Petition.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Tate, James. Two Poems. v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Taylor, Sam. “Accident.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Teague, Alexandra. “The Eucharist.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Teague, Alexandra. “Sarah Winchester, 23 Years Dead, Watches House of Dracula.” v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Teague, Alexandra. Two Poems. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Teague, Alexandra. Two Poems. v. XXXVI, no. 2.
Terman, Philip. “From the Heartland.” v. XI, no. 1.
Terman, Philip. “Without Closure.” v. XVII, no. 2.
Terman, Philip. “The last car.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Terman, Philip. “What We Own.” v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Thacker, David. “A Fetus Dreams Her Father’s Brain Is a Tenement.” v. XXXV, no. 2.
Thacker, David. “A Fetus Dreams of Her Embodied Mind.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Thon, Melanie Rae. “On Drowning.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Trier- Walker, Amy J. “Who listens for Seam and Billow.” v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Topper, Scott. “Man and Woman, with Monarch Migration.” v. XXI, no. 2.
Tosteson, Heather. “Attendants.” v. V, no. 1.
Town, Jen. “Carnival.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Townsend, Ann. “Matters of Beauty.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Townsend, Sarah. “Morning Full of Crows.” v. XXI, no. 1.
Tracy, D.H. “Of the Model Boaters.” v. XXVI, no. 2.
Tremblay, Bill. “Where Things Stood.” v. VI, no. 2.
Trigilio, Tony. I’m Going to Bust This Case Wide Open. Featured Poet Chapbook #9. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Trocchia, Michael. “The Metaphysician Goes Home.” v. XXVIII, no. 2.
Tseng, Jennifer. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Turco, Lewis. “May, Merely.” v. III, no. 2.
Turgeon, Gregoire. “Six Ways of Keeping Time.” v. I, no. 2.
Turgeon, Gregoire. Two Poems. v. VIII, no. 1.
Twichell, Chase. “Stirred Up by Rain.” v. XVIII, no. 1.

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Umans, Kate. Two Poems. v. XXVI, no. 1.
Understahl, Jennifer. “An Abandoned Apple Orchard.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Upton, Lee. “Sculpted Nude.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Upton, Lee. “The Pumpkin-Eaters.” v. XIX, no. 2.
Upton, Lee. “Adding a Detail to The Garden of Delights.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Uschuk, Pamela. Two Poems. v. II, no. 2.
Uschuk, Pamela. “Trying to Return the Dying to the Sea.” v. III, no. 1.
Uschuk, Pamela. “Hunter’s Moon, Fire Moon.” v. XII, no. 2.

V

Vagnoni, Nick. “Butter and Wool.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Veiga, Marisella. “Rolling.” v. XII, no. 1.
Veladota, Christina. “Today Is Unusually Nothing Like Yesterday.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Versteeg, Tom. “A Brief History of Desire.” v. XIII, no. 2.
Vickers, Patrick Scott. “Overnight in November.” v. XXV, no. 2.
Vignali, Elizabeth. “Endangered Animal: The Manatee.” v. XXXIX, no. 1.

W

Wagenaar, Chelsea. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Waggenaar, Mark. Two Poems. v. XXXI, no. 2.
Waggener, Miles. “Quail.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Wagoner, David. “The Other.” v. I, no. 1.
Wagoner, David. Three Poems. v. I, no. 2.
Wagoner, David. “The Right Way.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Wagoner, David. “The First Movie.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Wahle, F. Keith. “The New House.” v. III, no. 2.
Wahle, F. Keith. “The Father.” v. IV, no. 2.
Wahmanholm, Claire. “Theory of Primogeniture: Barn.” v. XXXV, no. 1.
Waldner, Liz. “Birthday, New Hampshire, 1994.” v. XX, nos. 1 & 2.
Waldrep, G.C. Two Poems. v. XXX, nos. 1 & 2.
Waldrep, G.C. Two Poems. v. XXXIV, no. 1.
Wallace, Ronald. “Plowing.” v. X, no. 2.
Wallace, T. S. “The Language of Blood.” v. IV, no. 1.
Walker, Lynne. Two Poems. v. V, no. 2.
Ward, BJ. “Another Poem on the Death of the Dog.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Warren, Hannah. “Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Warren, Larkin. “Halfway House.” v. I, no. 2.
Wattenberg, Madeleine. Two Poems. v. XXXVII, no. 1.
Webb, Charles Harper. Two Poems. v. XXII, no. 2.
Webster, Kerri. “Landlocked, Idaho.” v. XIV, no. 2.
Webster, Kerri. “Room.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Wegner, Dorinda. “Noun: Adjective: Idiom: Verb.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Weinman, Paul. “Rafting.” v. VIII, no. 2.
Weitzman, Sarah Brown. “Vigil.” v. II, no. 1.
Welsch, Camille-Yvette. “Big Pussy.” v. XXVI, no. 1.
Welsch, Camille-Yvette. Two Poems. v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Welsch, Gabriel. “Blessed Mother: A Quintet.” v. XXXIII, no. 2.
Welsch, Gabriel. “Considering Linnaeus (1707-78).” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Welsch, Gabriel. “The Telemarketer Calls the Merwin Household.” v. XXV, no. 1.
Welsch, Gabriel. Three Poems. v. XXVI, no. 2.
Welsch, Gabriel. “When the Cows Come Home.” v. XXXVI, no. 1.
West, Phil. “You Swimmer at the Bully of Discos.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Wetteroth, Bruce. “Stalled at the Windmill.” v. VI, no. 2.
Welch, Don. from Old Poetry Catalogue. v. XIX, no. 2.
Welsch, Gabriel. Three Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Welliver, Kim. “St. Agatha Redecorates.” v. XXXVIII, no. 2.
Wells, Paula A. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Westcott, Mal. “Yes, the Starlings.” v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
wf.h. Two Poems. v. IX, no. 2.
Whalen, Sean. “Departure, Arrival.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Whitaker, Jennifer. “Understanding Harvest.” v. XXV, no. 2.
White, Corrie Lynn. “Object Permanence.” v. XXXVII, no. 1.
White, Mike. Two Poems. v. XXIX, no. 2.
Whitfill, Patrick. “This Winter.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Whitney, Christine. Two Poems. v. XXV, no. 2.
Whittington, Janice D. “Mesquites in February.” v. IX, no. 2.
Wiegman, Robyn. “Vacation.” v. IV, no. 2.
Wilborn, William. “A View of the Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco.” v. V, no. 2.
Wild, Peter. Two Poems. v. V, no. 1.
Wild, Peter. “Home Gardening.” v. V, no. 2.
Wild, Peter. “The Old Whiskey Barrel.” v. XI, no. 2.
Wild, Peter. “Educational Reform.” v. XV, nos. 1 & 2.
Wild, Peter. “Past Lives.” v. XVII, no. 1.
Wild, Peter. “J. Smeaton Chase.” v. XIX, no. 1.
Wilding, Margo. Four Poems. v. IX, no. 2.
Wilkins, Joe. “Anyone who has eyes for seeing should see.” v. XXXI, no. 2.
Wilkinson, Joshua Marie. “Fortnight’s Insignia.” v. XXXI, no. 1.
Williams, C.K. Two Poems. v. XIX, no. 2.
Williams, John Sibley. Two Poems. v. XXXIX, no. 1.
Williamson, Corrie. “While Picking Berries, I Recall the Childhood Practice of Tying June Bugs to Strings, Swinging Them Overhead like Balloons.” v. XXXIV, no. 2.
Wilson, Eliot Khalil. “Meteoric Rise: A Consolation.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Wilson, Keith. Two Poems. v. I, no. 1.
Wilson, R.T. Two Poems. v. II, no. 1.
Winston, Andy. Two Poems. v. XI, no. 2.
Witte, Francine. “First conversations, maybe.” v. XXXX, no. 1.
Wrigley, Robert. “Ice Storm.” v. IV, no. 2.
Wolfert , Adrienne. “In America.” v. II, no. 2.
Wolfson, Sarah. “Namer of Lakes.” v. XXIX, no. 2.
Wolven, Fred. “Viewing Ernst’s Little Girls Set Out to Hunt The White Butterflies I Think Of My Daughters.” v. II, no. 2.
Wong, Jane. Three Poems. v. XXXII, nos. 1 & 2.
Worley, Jeff. Two Poems. v. III, no. 1.
Worley, Jeff. Two Poems. v. III, no. 2.
Worley, Jeff. “High Noon.” v. VI, no. 1.
Worley, Jeff. Two Poems. v. VII, no. 2.
Wormser, Baron. “For Pleasure (Bob Corin’s Pickup).” v. XVI, no. 2.
Wyatt, Charles. “Landscapes Under Stones.” v. XXIII, no. 2.

X

Y

Yakich, Mark. “Stone Fruit.” v. XXIII, no. 1.
Yanover, Lisa. “Teaching.” v. XVIII, no. 2.
Youngs, Anne Ohman. “Reward.” v. IX, no. 2.
Young, William. from The Mountain Canto. v. VI, no. 2.
Yup, Paula. Two Poems. v. XIV, no. 1.

Z

Zamora, Felicia. Two Poems. v. XXXVII, no. 2.
Zarzyski, Paul. “Pete Briskie’s Creel.” v. V, no. 1.
Zealand, Karen. “Not Your Blessed Mother Blue.” v. XXIII, no. 2.
Zeller, Corey. Two Poems. v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Zeng, Jacqui. “Between House and Hearse.” v. XXXVIII, no. 1.
Ziegler, Anna. “The Cow.” v. XXIV, no. 2.
Zimmerman, Laurie. “Jairus’ Daughter.” v. XXVII, no. 1.
Zobel, Monika. “We Invent Symbols to Prepare Ourselves.” v. XXXIII, no. 1.
Zorgdrager, Jody A. “Legacy.” v. XXVI, no. 1.