a10-2Spring 1990
Cover Art: Deborah Mae Broad


Table of Contents

Beth Adamour “Close-Ups”
Mary Golden “Opening Day”
S. Michael Lenington “Billy Gets Drunk to be Somebody”
Yao-wen Li “Madeleine”
Margot Massey “Inspongeleons”
Steven Schwartz “Q12081011”

C.A. Dubielak “The Note”
Kevin Griffith Two Poems
Edward Haworth Hoeppner Two Poems
Eric Horsting “Swimming Laps and Mozart”
Christopher Howell “The Good Job”
Kip Knott “Pictures from El Salvador”
Naton Leslie “The Final Terms”
Bill Meissner “1955: James Dean Does a TV Public Service Announcement about Speeding”
Alan Napier “Breaking”
Eric Nelson “The Interpretation of Waking Life”
Frankie Paino “Fourth of July”
Kevin Stein “Goldfinch at the Window Feeder”
Ronald Wallace “Plowing”

Clyde Cox “A Lasting Legacy: Brotherly Love and the Language of Jazz in ‘Sonny’s Blues'”
Kirkland C. Jones “Love and Lovemaking: Spiritual Dimensions in Just Above My Head”

Musicality Forum:
Doris Davenport “Music in Poetry: if you can’t feel it/you can’t fake it”
Theodore Enslin “Where There is Life”
Yusef Komunyakaa “Changes: or, Reveries at a Window Overlooking a Country Road, with Two Women Talking Blues in the Kitchen”
Hilda Morley “Music and Poetry”

Mempo Giardinelli “The Interview”
Tomasz Jastrun Five Poems
Boris A. Novak “Still Life and Death”
Otto Orban Three Poems
Elias Papadimitrakopoulos “Dancing Lessons”

Translation Chapbook
Rolf Jacobsen In Lands Where Light Has Another Color
Translated by Robert Hedin

What We’re Reading
Building the Cold from Memory by Jack Driscoll
The Gandolph Poems by Simon Perchik
Sudden Fiction International edited by Robert Shapard and James Thomas

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