Spring 1994
Cover Art: Ying Kit Chan:


Table of Contents

Tim Keppel “Campeon”
T.M. McNally “The Dark Part”
Douglas Smith “The Secrets of Other Lives”
Ian Randall Wilson “A Wire Man”
Charles Wyatt “The Bagpipe”

Rebecca Baggett “Georgia O’Keeffe’s Blue and Green Music”
William Virgil Davis “The Morning After”
Sheila Dietz “The Murmuring of Fish”
Mark Irwin “We”
Meg Jeffers “Ordnance”
James Kimbrell “Variation on a Theme by Chagall”
Al Maginnes “Sharks in Kansas”
Dionisio D. Martinez Two Poems
J.D. Scrimgeour “Under the Ghost”
Jennifer Snyder Two Poems
Kerri Webster “Landlocked, Idaho”

Jean Anaporte-Easton “Healing Our Wounds: The Direction of Difference in the Poetry of Lucille Clifton and Judith Johnson”
Cathryn Essinger “Recreating Fairyland – A Feminist Perspective: Transformations by Anne Sexton”
Julian Gitzen “Charles Wright and Presences in Absence”
Catherin Houser “Missing in Action: Alienation in the Fiction of Award-Winning Women Writers”
Diane Lefer “‘Intellectual Women Aren’t Interesting’: Literature and Woman’s Quest for Knowledge”
Suzanne Matson “Without Relation: Family and Freedom in the Poetry of Louise Gluck”

Eugenio de Andrade “Solar Matter 38”
Angel Gonzalez “This Moment”
Gunter Kunert “Larmoyance”

What We’re Reading
The Ninemile Wolves by Rick Bass
What Have I Ever Lost by Dying? by Robert Bly
The Wild Iris by Louise Gluck
After Aztlan: Latino Poets of the Nineties edited by Ray Gonzalez
Churlsgrace by William Hathaway
Morning Star by Margaret Holley
Dakota: A Spiritual Geography by Kathleen Norris
New and Selected Poems by Mary Oliver

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