: Spring 2010 :

FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE RIDICULOUS
Vol.: 
68
No.: 
2

Fiction

Peter LaSalle, Lunch Across the Bridge
Mary Morris, The Interpreter
Carolyn Osborn, Distortions
Edith Pearlman Niche
Peter Gordon, Swaying Buildings
A. G. Harmon, Perfect Silence
Zane Kotker, Set Free in Florida: 1992

Essays

Paul Velde, Fear of the Sublime
Thomas J.Cottle, Our Thoughts and Our Prayers
Don Lago, Loren Eiseley’s Remembrance of Things Past
Ben Miller, Mrs. V. and the Lessons of Obscurity

Poetry

William Virgil Davis, Home from the Factory
Hoyt Rogers, Sermon on the Air
Michael Rutherglen, Another Life
Michael Rutherglen, Keraunothnetophobia
Kimo Reder, American Geo-Poetic
Patty Seyburn, Romulus
Patty Seyburn, Roses, Chapter Four
Lia Purpura, Bike Ride with Hokusai Ending
Theodore WorozbytThe Sea
Loren GrahamThe Dilemma
Lightsey Darst, [Find/methods]
Sarah KennedyThe Pictures of Arbella Stuart
Avery SlaterChimera: a noblewoman’s portrait
Avery SlaterUlysses
Frederick SmockOf Cavalcanti

From Our Archives

Leon E. Panetta, A Nation of Men … and Laws

Et Cetera

John Taylor, Poetry Today: Prague as a Poem:Vitezslav and Emil Hakl
Anis Shivani, Books: Cheever / Barthelme: Ovid of Ossining, Meet Hiding Man from Texas