: Spring 2005 :

YIN/YANG: DUETS AND OPPOSITES
Vol.: 
63
No.: 
2

Fiction

Rebecca KavalerThe Hardest Thing
Maura StantonSad, Lady?
Elizabeth DownsOur Fathers, Who Aren’t
Christopher TorockioSayings of Confucius
Jennifer MosesYou’ve Told Me Before
Zdravka EvtimovaLast Night’s Excitement

Essay

Daniel Bell, Ethics and Evil: Frameworks for Twenty-First-Centure Culture
Alan Cheuse, Reflections on Dialogue: “How d’yuh get t’Eighteent’ Avenoo and Sixty-Sevent’ Street?”
Robert A. Rosenstone, My Wife, the Muslim 
Barbara Sjoholm, Mr. Butler Goes to Lapland
Robert Clark, My Sentimental Education
Jack Matthews, Rare Books as Instruments of the Past
Iraj Isaac Rahmin, Sacrifices

Poetry

Eric PankeyAperture
David CitinoDeath Angel, Mad Cow, Hoof & Mouth
Beth BachmannHunger
Neil AzevedoSnake
Marilyn NelsonFirst Time
Marilyn NelsonWritten in Clouds
Kirsten HemmyFragmentation
Patty Seyburn3:22 A.M.
Michael DemosBoys Will Be Boys
Rex WilderRomeo Of Séverine
Rex WilderForeword
Beth Ann FennellyThe Mommy at the Zoo 
Alessandra LynchMy Mother Raised Me to Be a Cowboy

 

Et Cetera

John Taylor, Poetry Today