: Fall 2007 :

TROUBLE SPOTS: ARGENTINA, EGYPT, ZIMBABWE
Vol.: 
65
No.: 
4

Fiction

Edith PearlmanElder Jinks
Nathan OatesThe Empty House
Joseph CaldwellThe Pig
Patricia FosterFood Wars
Sondra Spatt OlsenWhen We Were Virgins

Essay

Andrew Graham-YoollSouth Atlantic, 1982: A Forgotten War (Part I)
Richard OMaraZimbabwe: The Land of King Solomons Mines
Bruce FlemingIn the Brief Egyptian Spring
Thomas J. CottleOwl Story
Yannick MurphyWhat It Means to Be Beautiful

Poetry

Rane ArroyoSex in a Stolen Car
Alan Michael ParkerCars Poetica
Kerri WebsterKeeper, Keeper
John Pursley III[The Woman, in the Cemetery, Leans over the Headstone of a Child…]
Susan Andrews GraceSkin’s Edge
Chard deNiordWhat Beauty Knows about Itself
KC TrommerMica
Tomaz Salamun, tr. by Brian HenrySisters
Tomaz Salamun, tr. by Brian HenryThe Huge White Creature
Peter CooleyA Poem I Didn’t Want to Write
David Huerta, tr. by Mark SchaferIndex
David YezziAt Jack’s Barbershop

 

Et Cetera

John Taylor, Poetry Today: “Ingeborg Bachmann”