36.1 & 2, Winter 2011

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Editor’s Note: In Memory of Jeanne M. Leiby, 1964-2011 (Jocelyn Bartkevicius)


Christopher Dickens, Resurrections
Tim Bascom, Checkpoint

Renato Escudero, Barrio de mi Corazón
Kyle Michel Sullivan, Desert Land

Laura Read, For the Bible Tells Me So
Laura Read, “A Woman Was Raped Here”
Laura Read, The Goose Girl
Timothy Geiger, Animal Soul
Timothy Geiger, Spells and Prayers
Timothy Geiger, Babicka

Ira Sukrungruang, Wild Boys. Chicago Boys. Dumb Boys.
Naton Leslie, Odd Jobs
Stephanie Elizondo Griest, A Sort of Homecoming
Tony Whedon, Killings
Thomas C. Gibbs, Knit Hats
Heather Kirn Lanier, The Dentist’s Girlfriend

Stefanie Freele, Bread So Thick It Keeps Her Warm
José Skinner, Plots
Dana Kroos, Pillar Street
Laura Kasischke, The Barge
Roy Kesey, Wall
Janice Dvorak, Miramar High School, 1978
Diane Glancy, from The Catch

Anne Barngrover, Morning After, Scorned
David A. Axelrod, Nelly Sachs Park, Berlin
David A. Axelrod, Dream of the Magic Head
David A. Axelrod, Impromptu
Cody Todd, O  15th Letter
Dave Nielsen, Poem at 2 A.M.
Terry Blackhawk, Ginkgo Autumn
Terry Blackhawk, Wild Bird Rescue in Key West
David Shattuck, Three Hiroshige Prints
Clay Matthews, Food City
Kathleen Driskell, Oyster Fork Ode
Kathleen Driskell, Elegy with Fruit Knife
Suzannah Gilman, On Living with a Famous Poet
Bruce Snider, Ode to the Midwest Wind

Lydia Conklin, Loony

Tiffany Curtis, Places, People, and the Paranormal: A Conversation With Becky Hagenston

John Pearson, I Wore the Ocean in the Shape of a Girl, by Kelle Groom
Russ Kesler, Honeycomb, by Carol Frost
Bed Balbo, Kiss Me, Stranger, by Ron Tanner
Thom Dawkins, Makeshift Instructions for Vigilant Girls, by Erika Meitner
Erica Dawson, Panic, by Laura McCullough
Jonas Mueller, Everything, by Kevin Canty
Alex Pollack, Happy: A Memoir, by Alex Lemon

Matt Straub, It Always Ends in Hot Lead
Matt Straub, Easter Sunday
Matt Straub, Midnight Out on the Hogbacks
Matt Straub, Artist Bio

Matt Straub, Because the Past is Not the Past, acrylics and enamel
Matt Straub, Unfinished Business, , acrylics and enamel