Complete Index of Hanging Loose Writers

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Aal, Katharyn Machan. “The Beets Poem,” 40.

Abbott, Keith. (with Pat Nolan and Michael Sowl), “Stupid Face Renku,” 60.

Abdur Rahman, Fatima. “The West and Nature,” 20.

Ackerson, Duane. “The Big Game,” “Spirit/Bone Song,” “When Daddy Died,” 11.

Adam, Helen. “Sing Song after the Bomb,” “Song for a Sea Tower,” “Tarot True Love,” 9. “Seven Stars,” “Pounding Bone Blues,” “The Great Skellig,” “A Swordsman from France,” “Late Afternoon,” “Coming Back Blues,” 28. Art:”The Wedding Collages,” 106.

Adams, Glenda. “Our Town” [fiction], 57.

Adang, Richard. “In the Attic,” 41.

Adler, Randie. “Detention Center,” 95.

Agosin, Marjorie. “Si Me Permiten” (“With Your Permission”), “Tras El Alba” (“Beyond the Dawn”), 52.

Agoston, Ernest Taylor. “I looked upon the sea,” 1.

Aguero, Kathleen. “Elegy for St. Christopher,” “Winter Hill Apartment,” “Leaving the Medical School Records Department,” 41. “Body Surfing,” “Charm Bracelet,” 45. “Betrothal,” “Helping Grandma to Bed,” 47. “The Wind and the Sun,” “Metal Detector,” “Old Stories,” “Sister Dominic,” “Fireman’s Picnic,” 50-51. “Driving,” 62, “Traffic,” 82. “Transformations.”, 83 .

Agueros, Jack. “Sonnet Substantially Like the words of Fulano Rodriguez one position ahead of me on the unemployment line,” “Sonnet for Angelo Monterosa,” 52. “Sonnet for Maddog,” “Sonnet for Willie Classen,” 55. “Sonnet for the Bicycle Rider’s Leg,” “Sonnet:The History of Puerto Rico,” “Sonnet for Alejandro Roman, Remarkable Rider,” 64.”i Always Wanted to Be an Old Man”(prose), 72.

Aiello, Mark. “The Butcher Block,” 101.

Aiken, Chris. “A Way to Believe in God,” 61. “The Place between Us,” 62.

Aiken, William. “Eyes Blur with Amenities,” “Gull for Gulliver,” 10.

Akers, Lauryn. “The Wall,” 82.

Akin, Katy. (Madhuri, Ma Prem) “Cake Poem,” “The Egret,” “Finger,” “Waking,” 13. “Rachel and Eureky’@ [story], 14. “Van Broodje’s Colored Window,” 15. “Canjuani February,” 16. “Patriotic Lovesong—to Joe,” 19. (ma Prem Madhur-i). “asleep,” “mary and rita (our hindu catholic servants),” “poems on a train,” 27. “Crocodile Sutras” [story], 32. “Twilight” [story], 35. “The Party” [story], 31. “Trees,” “Taking the Train across Canada in April,” 95. “The Windowshoppers,” “More about the Moon,” 97.

Alessandrini, Anthony. “Six Questions for History,” 92.

Alexander, Elena. “Weal” 74.”Bowing to Ms. DuB.”96. “Somatics,” “When Dreams Were Read Like Tea Leaves,” 108.

Alexander, Elizabeth. “The Tony Morrison Dreams,” “Your Ex-Girlfriend” 75.

Alexander, Floyce M. “Progression,” “The Step: a Transformation,” 2. “By Snake River,” “Description of the God of Unrest,” “Indian,” “Ode to Distraction,” “Sang-Froid,” “What Pamela the Mother Says to Her Unborn Child,” 5-6. “All day I was at the door,” “For a Ten-Year-Old Peddlar,” 9.

Alexander, Keith. “The Lost Face,” “Natural History,” 100. “Pascal’s Wager,” “Interloper,” “Correction,” 104.

Alexander, Malcolm. “Gem,” “Poem about Everything,” 94.

Alexander, Paul. Cover artist, 1, 4. portfolio of drawings, 8.

Alexie, Sherman. “Distances,” 56. “Ceremonies,” “No Drugs or Alcohol Allowed,” “War All the Time,” 58. “Translated from the American,” “Crazy Horse Dreams” [both prose], 59. “Reservation Drive-In” (prose). “the Native-American Broadcasting System,” “Vision (1)” (prose), 61. “Apologies,” “How Lester FallsApart Came to Believe in Magic,” “Supply & Demand,” “Tiny Treaties,” “Seven Love Songs Which Include the Collected History of the United States of America,” 62. “Bob’s Coney Island,” “When I Was a Father I Sang Love Songs to My Son,” “Airplane,” 66.”Totems,” “Last Will and Testament,” “The Mystery of Music,” “Grandmother, Porcupine, Traffic,” 69.”Powwow Love Songs,” 70..”The Theory of Cockroaches,” “Sex in Motel Rooms” 74.“The Father and Son Road Show,” “Ten Thousand Fathers,” 80. “On the Second Anniversary of My Father’s Death,” “The Blood Sonnets,” “Thrash,” 87. “Unauthorized,” “A Comic Interlude,” 92. ”Sonnet, with Rick Springfield,” ”Ping Pong in Rehab,” ”The Naming Ceremony.” 99. “Sonnet, With Pride,” “Hell,” “Family Memoir,” “Sonnet with Some Things That I Have Seen,” “Sonnet, Without Stuntmen,” 101. “Trapped at My Gate In Seattle,” “The Taste of Grief,” “Clothes Horse,” “The Raid,” “Prayer Animals,” “Tribal Ties,” “Alexie Fact #1,” “Did I Just Hear Janis Joplin Sing ‘Piece of My Meister Eckhart’?,” “Eulogize Rhymes with Disguise,” “Things I Have Never Said to My Mother,” 106 “Comfort Food,” “Mixed,” “Odyssey,” 110.

Allen, Nafeeshah. , “Virgin Rhapsody: Pearls,” “The Winter of My Life,” 80.

Allen, Jeff Renard. “Touched,” “Saturday Blues,” 56. “The Other,” “Ewe,” “Dues for Two,” 60.

Allison, Dorothy. “Daddy,” “History?” 87.

Aloff, Mindy. “The Invaders from Nod,” 16.

Aliperti, Pia. “First Witnessing of a Wedding,” “Cremation” 83.

Alson-Milkman, Rebecca. “Holocaust,” “Sex,” 66.

Alvar, Mia. “Lemons.” 68.

Alvarez, Candida. Cover artist, 76.

Amato, Ian Kain. “Morning Thoughts,” “Were There Children?” “Haiku,” 80.

Amirthanayagam, Indran. “The Beat of the Wind,” “The Commissioner of Salt,” “For My Autistic Brother, Chutta,” “Wuot Woth (Mad Po(e)t),” 57. “Beating the Drum,” “Dim Sum,” 59.”Maestro Fox,” 69. “from The Splintered Face: Tsunami, 1. Birds, 2. Salt, 3. A Question of Trains, 4. Ghosts” 89. “Fire Department,” “Sculpture: In Memoriam,” “Memo (About Ordnance),” 97. “Alastair, Gone,” 108. “Doubles,” “Via Taxi,” 110.

Anastas, Charles Grace. “Always Stone,” 43.

Anderson, Beth. “Octave,” 67.

Anderson, Jack. “Presences of the Serpent,” “Candle,” “The Princess of Feet-Above-Sea-Level,” 1. “The Door,” “How It Goes,” “Waiting,” “Winter Twilight,” 3. “Air,” 9. “In Distrust of Poetry,” “The Philosophical Background,” “Departure Gate,” 35. “Fire Trucks Returning,” “The Peeker,” “Sock Lust,” “Explorers,” “The Abyss,” 38. “Good Morning,” “Time and Motion,” 41. “Murders,” “Artists,” “European Lions: A Dozen Views,” “A Partial Index to Myself,” 45. “Retirement,” “The Great Days of Ballooning,” “The Real World,” 47. “Here You Are Walking Forty Years Ago,” “Social Studies Problems,” “A Journey By Railroad,” “American Romantic,” “The Drama,” 50-51. “Sleeping Together,” “Golden Moment,” “Complaints,” 58. “Leather Bar,” 62. “Beggars,” 64. “A Text Fragment with Ideas,” “Recognition Scenes,” 66. “Research Topics,” “The Chinese Menu of the World,” 70. “Some Things Seen on a Summer Vacation,” “Going to the Moon,” “Fancy Flesh,” 72. “My Fatherís Hiccups” [prose poem], “Indulgence and Restraint: A Moral Lesson,” [prose poem], 76.“Three Museums,” 80. “The Winged,” 86. “Getting Lost in a City Like This,” “Some Nights in Heaven,” 88. From “The Splintered Face: Tsunami,” 89. “As We Grow Older Together,” “A Gift to the Plains,” 90. “Sailing and Drowning,” “Gaîté Parisienne,” 91. “Consider How Far Men Have Come in Our Time,” “Scales and Arpeggios,” “Invite Me,” “Ordering (Baker’s Dozen): Sonnet,” 93 “The Pausing Moving On,” “Old,” “That Great Joker, ”.100″ “The Sudden Chill That Will Not Warm,” “The Dog at a Quarter to Five O’Clock.” 101. “An Account of My Disappearences,” 103. “The Unimaginable Natural,” “The Dinosaur Problem,” 104. “Night in St. Lézard,” “A Poem with That Word,” “Horehound Drops,” “Sinkholes,” 106. “Things Once Said,” “Home Life of the Bachs,” 108. “Sleeping on Trains,” “The Art of South Porcupine.” 109.

Andrews, Bruce. “The f in soft-pedal” 63.

Antler. “Trying to Remember What I Learned,” 9.

Antoniades, Katina. “poem at a quarter to six,” “1920,” “poem,” 71.

Antonicelli, Theresa. “Genesis,” 30.

Appel, Cathy. “Culprits,” “Climbing South,” 44. “Bedtime,” “Photographic Memory,” 47.

Apter, Ronnie. “People Who Buy National Geographics,” 5-6.

Araguz, José Angel. “Directions,” 98.” * ,” “Barefoot Ode,”103. “Scripture: Shadow,” “Scripture: Fog,” “Scripture: Stone,” “Scripture: Waves,” “Scripture: Salt,” “Scripture: Flowers,” 109

Arbolay, Dominick. “Summer Sublet,” “Hail and Farewell” 84.

Archila, William. “Guayaberas,” 89.

Arenberg, Meg. “Bare Rocks,” 72.

Argani, Sholey. “Aliya” [story], 38.

Argintar, Lauren. “One More Page in Insincerity,” 79.

Arguelles, Ivan. “funerales,” “hymn to vallejo,” 28.

Argueta, Manlio. “The Chronicler of the Indies, 1548,” “Gentle Homeland,” “Head-Hunters,””The Chinchintora,” 64.

Armstrong, Glen. “The Jukebox War of ’67,” 57.

Augustine, Jane. “Behind Tenements,” “This Afternoon,” 20.

Au, Melissa. “Sestina,” 110.

Aurthur, Timothy. “To Bayard Rustin,” 18.

Austin, Susan. “Postcard Collage,” “His Whereabouts,” 80.

Avallon, Joanne. “Five garbed nuns, black silouettes,” “Daughter,” 36.

Ayree, Elizabeth. “I am a mountain lion,” “Smoke and Fire,” 33. “A Long Story,” 34.

Azzouni, Jody. “Epiphany,” “Jean Has Claimed,” 79. “Mom on Paper,” [prose] 81. “Haunted by Oranges,” [prose] 94.

 

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Bacal, Joe. “The Filmmaker Postpones Lunch” 84.

Backous, Allison . “Wish List,” “Glimpse” 83.

Backus, Michael. “Remote Viewing,” 95.

Badanes, Jerome. “A Burning Coal,” “A Darkness between Us,” “From Day to Day,” 8

Bahler, Michael, F. “Vinita” (prose), 69.

Bahlke, Marie. “Nineteen Forty-Six,” 97.

Baigell, Matthew. “Archie Rand’s Had Gadya.”96.

Bakowski, Peter. “Night and Heart,” 59. “Around at Our Place,” 62.

Baldwin, Sy Margaret. “Shady Lakes,” 47.

Baldwin, Sy. from “The Intiriate People,” number 3, 20.

Baler, Don. “Sunday” (story), 12.

Ballard, Virginia. “in chowdery autumn,” 31.

Bar, Tina. “At a Bar Called Mamzelle,” “Wing,” 109.

Bargen, Walter. “Reign of Nails,” 53.

Barnes, Jane. “Eleanor Roosevelt,” “The Hot Dog Poem,” 41. “Winifred,” “X,” 43. “Pretending to write a poem while being filmed for ‘The Poet’s Corner’ for TV,” “Even a Poet’s Mind,” 50-51. “Discovery,” “Within Hearing,” “Got to Go,” 55.

Barrett, Mac. “Looking Like Paul Dano,” “To Man.”” 96.

Bass, Emily. “It So Happens,” “The Truth,” “Crewcut,” 60.”Dean Street,” “Working at Home,”

“Hounded,” 71.

Bass, Madeline. “Observations: love in the city,” 17.

Basseches, Julie. “The sea blew in,” 21.

Batykefer, Erinn. “Red Ghazal,” “Market Day,” 94.”Van Gogh Travels Backward to Damascus.” 96

Baum, Carol. Cover photographer, 15, 20. Cover photographer, 27, 29. “Monhegan Island” [portfolio of photographs], 29. Cover photographer, 36. Cover artist, 44.

Bavetta, Ruth. “The Shirt,” “July 27, 1992,” 82.

Baxter, Charles. “Maxine,” 11.

Bayer, Deborah. “Castoffs,” 68.

BBB. “Luncheon Guest,” 23.

Beach, Erin. “Poulsbo” 75.

Beal, Stephen. “The Emperor of China,” “Color 498 in the DMC Floss System,” “Hastings Street, 1944,” “Everything I could Have Said,” “Prinzregentinstrasse,” 69. “Our Tender Suffolk Swine,” “Thank You, Miss Edythe. Thank You, Miss Louise,” 72.”La Toute France,” “Growing Up in Hollywood” 74. “La Grande Charade,” 77. “Suddenly Speaking Babylonian,” “God’s Good Boy,” “Life is not TV,” 80, “Penile Insertions on Hoxsey Street,” “Palm Springs Bougainvillea,” “The Summer of 1947,” 82. “Another Day in the Life of a Boy”, 84. “A Film Is Being Made,” “Alice B. Toklas Confronts a Tea Bag,” 88.“La Toilette de Gertrude Stein,” “The Nuptials of Gertrude Stein,” 93. “The Courtship of Gertrude Stein,” 95. “Never Send a Spaniard a Coffin,” “The Apotheosis of Gertrude Stein,” 97.

Bear, Elizabeth. “Confessions from Gilcrease,” “Driving Home at Night after Picking Up the Milk,” 79.

Bear Don’t Walk, Scott. ‘“Whereabouts Unknown People,’” “Chokecherries,” 91.

Beard, Joel. “Nothing’s Any Good Without You” [story], 43.

Beasley, Bruce H. “A Smile,” 26.

Beausoleil, Beau. “Terms #2,” 28.

Beebe, Lauren. “Young Invention,” 86.

Beer, Joanna. “Kyoto Calling,” 88. “See Hear Speak,” “Mathematics:Your Poetry or Einstein:You::Ginsberg:Me,” 89.

Bell, Derrick. “Potter’s Old Lady,” 80.

Bell, Elana“Visiting Auschwitz,”100

Bellen, Martine. “Collection Agency for Collective Dreams,” “Dreaming in Veselka,” 93. “The Dog Doctor,” “Rainstorm,” “Pastry Shop,” 106.

Bellessi, Diana. Excerpt from Happy Crossing, Good Luck, Little Uli, 37.

Benka, Jen. “Juliett,” “India,” 97.

Benttinen, Ted. “Capricorn,” 12. “Fernando at the ‘Paradise Bar,'” 49.

Berenblum, Jessica. “Lullaby to Myself,” “Corners,” “New Jersey Turnpike,” “While Jake Sleeps,” 81.

Berg, Carl. Cover & Portfolio, 91.

Berggrun, Chase. “Props,” “Body,” 94.

Bergman, David. “I Dream of Old Men,” 33.

Bernhardt, Suzanne. “Pearl Street,” 47.

Bernstein, Carole. “As hard as you tried,” 32. “poem for aug,” “Message,” 33. “Traveling Without Signs,” 35. “When My Grandmother Said ‘Pussy,'” “Profaning the Dead,” 61. “Torcello,” 65. “From Against Hope,” “The Tomb of Alexander VII by Bernini, 1678,” 67. “Quickening,” 80. “Mette the Mets,” “Buried Alive: A To-Do List.” 109.

Berrigan, Edmund. “Midnight,” “Storyline,” 62. “Desert Wreck,” 67.

Bessette, Charles. “Deception,” “Yesterday”, 84.

Best, B. J.. “Bird Dissection,” “Lime Daiquiris at the Frangipani Hotel,” 86.

Betts, Chris. “Rats at a Duel,” “Sunset,” 40.

Betts, Tara. “Proverbs from the Pulpit of Rev. George Clinton,” 94.

Betts, Reginald. “Isolation Toilet, M1-48,” 86.

Beyer, Zoe. “A Map of Downtown L.A. (and why things fell apart),” “Burning,” “Glass,” 87.

Binensztok, Vassilia. “Piano Harbor,” 80.

Birney, Earle. “John Cabot/Giovanni Caboto,” 7. “Christchurch, N.Z.,” 14. “the marriage,” “museum of man,” 17.

Birtha, Becky. “The Garage Deep Grey,” 20.

Bishop, Bonnie. “Invitation,” “how it was before it all went bad,” “Stepping Out,” “Looking for Water in New Hampshire,” 43.

Bishop, Gordon (Dubjinski). “my daily melon,” “Quellisma,” 5-6. “But Let These Words Not Fail,” 18.

Biss, Eula. “My Mother,” “My Father,” “Barry” 74. “Cradle Me,” “Noah,” “The Sidewalk,” “In the Park,” [prose poems], 77. “Composition #1,” “Compact Disc for Alice Mary, Titled: What You Sound Like When You’re Sleeping,” “Sound Dictionary,” 81. “Dear Smoker,” [prose poem] 87.“Babylon,” 93.

Black, Sarah. “The Beast Enola Gay,” “Kaddish,” “Corpus,” 89.

Black, Star. “Hanging Loose 100,” (photographs) 100

Blagojevic, Nadja. “After Rumi,” “Ode to the Stove,” “Untitled,” 80.

Blake, Charles H. “Children happy at play…,” 23.

Blat, Cinthia. “Umbilica,” 70.

Blazek, Douglas. “Glue,” “The Transparent Siege,” 10.

Blevins, Steven. “Mirror Poems,” I and II, 21. “A Man Builds a Castle,” 43.

Blum, Zevi. cover artist, 12. “Covers,” “Art Portfolio,” 90.

Bly, Robert. translator, five poems by Harry Martinson, 9.

Bochart, David & Sharon Mesmer .”Madam Bowery.” (Cartoon Story) 83.

Boe, Deborah. “Dream,” “Parable of the Coin,” 23. “Woman with a Comb,” 25. “Kite Watchers on a Sleeping Hill,” 26. “Back Yards,” “Affluence,” “Miscarriage,” 36. “Painting the Body,” “Because It Pleases You,” “Fire,” 37. “Closing the Doors,” “Defense to one’s Mother for Loving a Bad Man,” “Mohave,” 45. “My Sister of the Horses,” “The Living Sister,” “Attack of the Polka-dot Girls,” “The Small Blessings among Us,” 48. “The Mother in the Pictures”: “Three Weeks,” “Keeping the Childhood,” “Love,” “Of the First Husband,” “Inside the Volcano,” “At My Sister’s Wedding,” “No Pictures,” “What It Means,” 49. “The Genealogy of Despair,” “Branches,” “In Proof of the Existence of Angels,” “The Carpenter’s Level,” “My Sister, Afraid,” “Where She Will Wait,” “Predictions,” 50-51. “Country and Western,” “Reading by Christmas Light,” 62.

Bohmer, Roger. “Revolution,” 12.

Bonina, Mary. “English Lesson Plan: Present Perfect,” “37 Bennett Street,” “Examples,” 59. From “Dialogues with Mum,” “My Father’s Eyes,” 89.

Bonhomme, Jennifer. “For Dan,” 79.

Borczon, Mark J. “Joan of Arc’s Last Stand,” 47.

Borczon, Matthew. “Fossils,” “Constructing a Horizon,” “p.o.w.,” 46. “Summer Nights,” “We made love like a parade,” 47. “An American Ritual,” 54.

Bornholdt, Shaune. “Talk,” 89.

Borowicz, Karina. “Cuckoo Clock,” “Armadillo,” 98.”Catch,” “Caw,” 103.

Bosserman, Lorelei. “Villanelle: ‘We just can’t talk like we used to,” 30.

Bosworth, Beth. “Plumbing” (fiction), 61. “Louise, Louise,” (fiction) 64. “The Eighth Rhetorical Mode,” 72.”Angelo” (prose) 75. “Fortunetellers,” 79. “Tell Me Again,” 90. “With Thee Conversing,” [prose], 92.

Bouchard, Daniel. “For Keeps” 107.

Bouchard, Caleb. “For the Archives:” 94. “There Are Others More Deserving,” “Shake Yourself,” 97.”Three Shapes,” 101.

Bouvy, Katie. “Soup Bone,” “Ghost Races,” “Daughter,” 95.

Bowering, George. “Steak & Gravy,” 9.

Boyer, Tammy. “Spring Cleaning,” “I am facing the dawning sun,” 33. “The Sun Worshipper,” 34.

Brackenbury, Rosalind. “Ferry across the James River,” “The Blue Line or What Does This Painting Know,” 95. “Goodbye,” “Ashes,” 97. “The Other Alphabet,” “The Horses of the Everyday,” “Solstice Hawk,” “For Harvey: Trolling for Blues,” 103. “Friends,” “Hedgehog,” 107. “The Poets’ Holiday,” 110.

Bragg, Mary Ellen. “Fugue in Burnt Toast Major,” 31.

Brand, Millen. “Ed Kulp and Camera,” 24. “Night Scene, Inside,” 35. “The Sleepwalker,” 37.

Brasch, Thomas. “Six Sentences for Sophie,” 103.

Braun, Jenifer. “Great Grandmother’s Bridesmaid,” “End in Sight,” “Paterson,” “Reed,” 56.

Brewer, Kenneth. “Earth’s Day: A Fable for the Moment,” 14. “The Classroom,” “The Visitor,” 16.

Breytenbach, Breyten. “Duet,”98.

Briccetti, Lee Ellen. “Second Baptism,” 53.”Wheel of Fortune, New York” 74.

Brigham, Besmilr. “coming out from where the pups were born,” “my mother,” “Noah who was (not an old man,” 8. “Out of Bluefields, the Ship Loaded with Mahogany,” “on a Disturbing Day How Calmly the Needle Moves: the Seamstress,” “The Muscadine Trellis,” 43. “Accusation,” 50-51.

Brilliant, Alan. “A Legacy,” 8.

Brinson-Curiel, Barbara. “Garfield Pool, 1965,” “Accident,” 52.

Britton, Donald. “A Real Life,” 104.

Broaddus, William. “The Oldest Woman,” 36.

Brockman, Susan. “Dinner with the Family,” 26.

Brodine, Karen. “gardening at night,” “Selling the House,” “Visiting,” “Walking the Shark,” 32. “Singing for Your Supper,” “Girlfriends,” 33. “Woman Sitting at the Machine, Thinking,” 40. “We are the ones we have been waiting for,” 41.

Brook, Donna. “During the long wait these dreams” [stanza omitted], 19. “During the long wait these dreams” [complete], “Love of the Impossible,” 21. “Rape,” “Robert V. Dream,” 22. “(the fifth poem),” “(the seventh poem),” 24. “Faith,” “Between Sounds,” 28. “Europe for You in Two Parts,” “Suicide Attempts,” “Why I Am a Whore,” “Creating Fiction,” 30. “Crazy in Denver,” “The Little House on the Prairie,” “The Madness of Vegetables,” 36. “The Rose That Desired to Shut Up,” “Prophecy,” 37. “The Eyes of the Children as They Drown,” “Smell,” “The School of Pain,” “It’s So Simple It’s Complex,” “Pose,” “Fear,” 42. “Final Days,” “The Poem That I Read at Your Funeral,” “March 4, 1983,” 44. “Losing [Three Poems],” “What Being Responsible Means to Me,” 50-51. “Reading,” “Diagnostics,” “An Afternoon in Suffolk” [prose], 54. “Naivete” [prose], “The Cure,” 58. “The New York Hospital Poems,” 59. “Message to Mary Ferrari in Jo’burg,” 65. “Robert Hershon at Home and Abroad,” “Poem Found on Parents Night,” “For No Clear Reason,” “April 27, 1994” “My First Encounter with the Natives of the Pacific,” 69.”Where the Water Meets the Air: Ann Mikolowski, 1940-1999″ (memorial) 75. “To the Proponents of Intelligent Design: A Rant,” 88. “Lexapro,” 91. “Each Time My Heart Is Broken It Makes Me Feel More Adventurous,” 93. ”Where an Anecdote Takes Me,” ”Shards.” 99.

Brook, Donna, Elinor Nauen and Maureen Owen. “Softening the Blow,” 71.

Brooks, Ernie. “Walking back,” 12.

Brooks, Phyllis. “The Dead,” 1. “Reciprocity,” “Words,” 10.

Broughton, James. “Uncle Nestor’s Last Birthday Cake,” 62.

Brown, Bridgit. “Prayer Warriors,” “Julia Mae,” “Blue Hill Avenue,” “Mahogany Planets,” “Girlchild in the Motherland,” “Broody Hens,” 107.

Browning, Katherine. “To My Sister,” “To Discover the Cartography of Blankness,” 91.

Brozovich, Lauren. “The Original Gaither Farmhouse,” “A 1950’s Televised A-Bomb Drill Aired for Educational Purposes,” “In the Girls’ Dressing Room Before the Gulling of Beatrice Scene in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing,” “The Pistachio Dress,” 69. “The Seersucker Dress,” “Grapefruits,” “My Grandmother’s Rosaries,” 72.

Bruce, Debra. “Purple Aster,” “Menstrual Depression: A Treatise,” “You Said,” 26.

Bruchac, Joseph. “Leaving the Prison,” 23.

Brunner, Erica. “Una: I want the recognition but I don’t want to put in the effort,” “There Was That One Time on Tour,” 108.

Buchanan, Giselle Buchanan. “To Be in Love,” “Central Park,” ”wreck.age/rekij/,” 98.

Buckingham, Polly.”Blue King,” “Disturbance,” “Contemplation,” 107.

Bukowski, Charles. “the garbageman,” “a threat to my immortality,” 15.

Bulman, Jessica. “Revelation,” “Dead Moths,” 71.

Bunnita, Rabbita.“No Bunny Is a Better Friend than You!,” [with Lizzita I. Remainita] 100.

Burden, Isabelle. “Sunday Kitchen,” 97.

Burgess, Matthew. “Heads in My Head,” “Pastoral (at 6th & B)”,83.

Burns, Jim. statement on poetics; “Sardines,” “After the Rain,” from “Proletarian Nights,” 48.

Burt, Andrew. “Morning Stillness,” 82.

Bushman, Naomi. “Counterpoint Landscapes,” “lonely,” 20. “Judging Distance,” 32.

Butson, Denver. “The Café That Would Be Burning,” “Don’t Kiss Me,” 87.

Butterick, Brian. “my father tells me,” 23.

Buyck, Kathy. “My father and I are prisoners,” “A Silly Dream,” “A Weird Dream,” 33.

Byrne, Joe. “Waking Up,” “Ice Water,” 93. “Coral,” 94.

Byrne, Matthew. “Signifying Nothing,” 93.

 

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Cafagna, Marcus. “Pink Cadillac,” 58.

Cahoon, Heather. “Blonde,” 90. “Two Poems About Water,” “Untitled,” “Untitled,” “Untitled,” “He Wanders,” 110.

Calendo, John. “her life as his,” 14.

Callahan, Paul. “the soldiers,” 12.

Cambo, Scott. “Coney Island: Home of the Corndog,” 81.

Campbell, Bonnie. “In the study hall, amid the roar,” “If I peeled you, my dear,” 35.

Cane, Tina. “Tuesday Lover,” “Blow,” 69. “Family Visit,” “How You Made the Painting,” 70.”Butterfly Catcher,” “Reality Series” 75.

Cao, Lily. “Barefoot” 101.

Caplan, Rachel. “Precambria,” 87.

Caposella, Francesca. “Going South,” “This Is an Apology,” 103.

Capps, Hilarie. “I pluck your ribs,” 12.

Cariño, Josephine A. “House Series,” 91.

Carlen, Fran, “Humoresque,” 80.

Carlin, Richard. “child’s fantasy,” 17. “Psychiatrist, 18. “the rock poem,” “weakness,” 20. “the glass maker’s lament,” “Roscoe Holcomb, one hell of an old man,” 22. “for the thin one,” “portrait of diana at 12 and a half (with a goat),” 23.

Carmichael, Emily. “Jake” 74.

Carrega, Gordon. “He Said,” 39.

Carrion, Terri . “Playing Dental Assistant,” “Lazy Tongue,” “Fifteen”, 83.

Carter, Marie. “Prezzies,” [prose] 81. “The Life of Haggii.”, 83. From “The Trapeze Diaries,” [prose] 87.“That Gold Ring ”100

Carter, Steve. “Merry-Go-Round,” 9.

Cartier, John F. “This Child in Me” [fiction], “Bubble Wrap” [fiction], 53.

Cary, Tom. “Report,” “Zohar,” 70.

Cash, Debra. “My Father Goes to Heaven with Rosa Parks,” 102.

Casper, Michael. “Picayunes,” “Ode to Vitamin B12,” 80.

Castillo, , Sandra M., . “The Isle of Pines,”101.

Castle, Dick. “a note to summer”,” 23.

Ceely., John. “Song to Ayopechcatl,” “Buddha,/can you come,” “Buddha Feeds the Mice,” 26.

Chaloner, David. “poem,” 70.

Champion, Miles. “From Clovis, 70.

Charara, Hayan. “Holy Water,” “Half Dead,” “Ashes,” 67. “My Father Visits After My Mother Dies,” “The Second Time My Mother Died,” “Where Light Divides Shadow,” 70. “My Mother Cooking Squash in the Kitchen,” “The Funeral,” 71.”Glenn Gould” 74. “Reacquaintance”, 84.“Mother and Daughter,” “In Memoriam,” “The Moon,” “The Weather,” 94.”Once.” 102.

Chatfield, Hale. “Love Song XII,” 7.

Chen, Kristen. “FAQs,” “Sundays with Mom.” 109.

Chen, Lisa. “Ode to Hardness,” 71.

Chen, Liuyu.“Belief,” “The Wakers,” “Running around Washington Square Park on an October Night,” “The History of My Name,” “Husband Hunting Advice,” 104. “The Mountains Are High: A Memoir,” 107.

Chernov, Carlos. “Natural Beauties,” 98.

Chesmore, Matt. “The Garden,” “Bigger than Both of Us” [prose], “Tinky,” 60.

Chevigny, Blue. “July” 75. “All of Us,” “Lima, Peru,” 91.

Chin, Jennifer. “Untitled,” 86.

Chiu, Jeffrey. “Perfect Pitch,” “Three Notes on a Kitchen Table,” “Considerations,” 67.

Choi, Jiwon. “All Roads Lead to Rockaway 143rd,” “1977 Kiddieland,” “The Devil and Dorthy Hamill Bands,” 103. “In Korean Years,” “How Will I Know I Was Alive?” 107. “Poetry of the Lizard,” “Now & Here,” “You Live in the Space Behind Your Eyes.” 109.

Choi, Jocelyn. “The Phone Booth,” 81.

Chou, Carol. “Obsession,” “When I Die,” “Number One Fan A Letter to Ben Affleck,” 81.

Chouliaras Yiorgos. “Six Poems,” tr. by David Mason, 63.

Christophersen, Bill. “Old-Time Fiddlers Convention,” 90. “Community Garden,” “Elegy for a Pencil,” “Ralph Stanley’s Watch,” “Down the Brae,” 91. “Mnemonic,” 93.”Alta Sierra,” 95.”Where Love Goes,” “Cogito, Ergo, Sum?,” 100.“The Sound of Snow.” 96, “Street People,” “Know Your Clients,” 101. “Absolute Bagel,” 102. “Fridge,” “Crabbers,” 103. “Long Beach Island,” “Limbo of Lost Gloves (A Double Feature),” “Traffic Light,” “Streetscape with Blazing Locusts,” “Memories of Dental Work,” 104. “Tinnitus,” “Signalman,” “New York Minute,” “The Human Balcony,” 108.

Chung, Haemaru.“Alice,” “Comforting Music,” “Winter Gulls,” 110.

Chute, Robert M. “Even the Wind,” “Experimental Chickens,” “Messiah,” 5-6. “Christmas in California,” 10. “The Boat Waits, 38.

Cigale, Alex. “The Soul of a Man Is a Piece of Work,” “A Man, a Woman, a Child, a Monster,” 90.

Cirelli, Michael. “Lobster with Ol’ Dirty Bastard,” “Congo,” “Dead Ass,” “Zev Love X Live at His Brother’s Funeral,” “Dancing with Turtle,” 92 “The Blowout,” “ Variations on a Pazmanian Ghazal,” “The Shirt before the Shirt,” “5 Grenades (Homage & Apology),” 98.“Glass Eaters,” “The Grind,” “Arturo’s Second Calling,” “Dinner Party,” 100.“Brown Skin Lady.” “Brown Skin Lady.” 96. “Istanbul Was Constantinople,” “Dua of the Lost Bag,” “How To Get Ready To Get Down in Pakistan,” 104.

Cislo, Joe, “Gary, Indiana,” 79.

Clare, Elizabeth. “Angels,” 66.

Clark, Philip. “A Hustler Leaves at Dawn” 74.

Clarke, Cheryl. “Funeral thoughts,” 47.

Clausen, Jan. “i am not a field-goal kicker,” 16. “for a marriage,” “her hands set out love like a game of chess,” 19. “fdr drive/brooklyn bridge,” 26. “Diptych: Northwest Corner,” 50-51. “Fix,” 77.

Clifton, Charles E. “Awake,” “Night Images,” 24.

Clinton, Robert. “At the Seed Bank,” “Twenty Footnotes to The Emperor’s New Clothes,” 69. “Carnival,” “It Was Then That Libya Became a Desert,” “The First House I Remember,” 72. “Blue Mountain Lake,” “Small Talk,” “Rainbow,” “Everyone is Clean”, 83. “Equipose,” “German Fragment,” ” Evening Prayer,” “Toast,” “Movie I’m In,” 102. “A Building Near the Waterfront,” “Lately We Swim,” “Blast,” 108.

Cluchey, Jeremy. “The Driveway,” 70.

Ciralsky, Rebecca. “Monsoon,” “The Octopus,” 70.

Coakley, William Leo. “Groenendael Canticle,” 95.

Cockrell, Cathy. “Blue Work Overalls,” “Blue Navy Sweater,” “Baby Boom” [stories], 39. “Khaki Flying Jacket” [story], 41. “Travelling” [storyl,, 46. “Buffet” [fiction], 50-51.

Cockroft, Martin. “Coming of Age”, 84.

Coen, Deborah Rachel. “As the Street Hardly Understands” (fiction), 63.

Cohen, Adam. “Time,” “Doppler Shift,” “Love and Cigarettes,” 94.

Cohen, Marc.“A Jumbled Sequence but Recurrent.” 96.

Cohen, Julia. “The Spoon,” 76. “Amelia Earhart’s Pancakes,” “Racecar,” 85.

Cohen, Marc. “Bald Eagle,” 58.”Loaded,” “Deft,” “The Peeper,” 68. “The Good Wastrel,” 71.“Gypsy Moths,” “Partners in Crime,” “Aftershock,” 79. “Through-Composed,” 97.

Cohen, Marty. “Reading the Chandogya Upanisad, 1970,” 16.

Cohn, Jim. “George Washington Bridge, Lower Level, Clear Day,” 59.

Colbert, Alison. “The Top of the Hill in Maine,” 26.

Cole, Jeremy. “Pink Flamingo,” “The Sharp Blade,” 40.

Cole, Olivia. “Zelda,” “Stewart,” “The Adoration,” 91.

Colette. “Conversation in the Metro,” “Divine,” 104.

Coley, Mariah. “ Morning,” “Cruising Altitude,” 91. “Letter to Abe from Home,” “Pond,” “Return,” 92.

collective poems from first grade classes. School Number 8, Yonkers, New York, 22.

Collingwood, Harris. “Darkness and Flowers,” “Thieves,” 23.

Collins, Billy. “Wincing Along,” 26.

Collins, Michael N. “1953 (i),” “1953 (ii),” “1956,” “1964,” 41.

Collom, Jack. “As You Told Of,” “Blood Poem,” 1. “Concentric,” “Looked like Letters of the Alphabet,” “Samuel,” 3. “Father Demo Square,” “Sick and Sexy,” “Factory Crumb,” 50-51.”Loop-de-loop,” 69.

Combellick, Henry. “Washout, Damariscotta,” 94.

Condit, David L. “giving birth into/something not picked,” “Vermont Ride,” 12.

Conley, Doug. “To a River Woman,” 21.

Conneely, Noel. “If Ever,” 108.

Contoski, Victor. “A Consolation,” 1. “Archers,” “Nature Poems,” “Study Poems,” 2. “Money,” “Morning Moon,” “War Poem,” 5-6. “Those I Love,” 11. “Elegy for a Poker Hand,” “End of the Party,” “Teeth,” 13. “Night on the Prairie,” “Wherever I go in the world,” “Cardinals,” “Meadowlark,” 33. “Incriminating Evidence,” 45. “Rain after Drought,” “my Wrongs,” 46. “White Shadows,” “Autumn House,” 50-51. “Oranges,” “Envoy: So this is senility,” 65.”A Day in Autumn,” “Unknown Insects,” 71.”Lamps” 75.

Cooney, Ellen. “Stripping and Sanding the Oak Door,” “On a Windy Day,” 108.

Cooper, Lisa. “Plenty,” 85.

Cooper-Novack, Gemma. “As the Child Prodigy Grows Up,” “You Wake Up Without,” 73.“Shooting the Rat,” “Not Snowing,” “Porn,” 78. ”Aubade,” ”Yesterday and Australia.” 99.“Yesterday and Australia,” [correction] 100. “Thaw,” “Heat,” 103.

Cooper-Novack, Hallie. “When They Met:,” “Blend,” “The Art of Fixing a Shadow,” “Consummate,” “The Evening”, 84.

Corbett, William. “The Party,” “On the Flyleaf of Ted Berrigan’s Collected Poems,” “My Mother Pregnant,” “New York Alcohol,” “Untitled,” 89. “Albert York: Untitled, Unsigned, Unknown,” 94. “Elegies for Michael Gizzi.“ 99.

Corner, Philip. “Wowunupo,” 10.

Cornish, Sam. “Her hair hidden under a scarf,” 5-6. “before i can sleep again,” “The children,” “i think of telephones,” “new york,” “women walk because,” 15.

Corrie, Sandra. “I am a melon in captivity,” “I am a woman,” 3. “Incarnations of love,” “Night of the orange slice moon,” 5-6.

Cortese, Christine. “Skinhead Heaven.” “Thrashing,” 62.

Cortez, Jayne. “Another Tropical Night,” “Do Not Allow,” “Woman on Burro in Asilah,” “The Man with Elephantiasis Leg in Recife Brazil,” “The Heavy Headed Dance,” 68. “Free Time Friction,” 88.

Costley, Bill. “Linwood Place in Snow,” 12.

Cotsirilos, Teresa. “My Fourth,” [essay], “Obituary in Three Drafts,” [prose], 88.

Cotter, John. “Nights Out,” “Good Morning, New Jersey,” “Someone Else’s Mouth”, 84.

Cox, Carol. “Down the Road,” Getting Ready,” 27. “Three Flower Stories,” “The Orange Cloth Hung with Mirrors,” “The Ear Closed,” “A Poem about Will (The Stone Inside the Arm),” 35. “Set on Course,” “Arrangements,” “Driving Back from New Orleans,” 38. “The Calm,” “An Hour in the Smokies,” “The Last Year,” 41. “Bathers,” “Perhaps,” “Runaway,” 46. “Note,” “Excuses,” “Hope,” “In the Upper Delta, the Pecan Trees Flash Their New Green Leaves,” 64.

Cox, Ed. “I Want to Tell Them,” “Waiting,” 21.

Cox, Julie. “Smoke, Mirrors” 74.

Cox, Kathleen. “I Wake Up Early,” 36.

Crespo, Ángel. “I’ve Placed My Hand,” “In Praise of Nothingness,” 86. [translated by Steven J. Stewart].

Croston, Julie. “Two Red Looms,” 38. “A Story from Cage’s Living Room Music (1940),” 46.

Crowley, Sabina. “Secret,” 101.

Culkin, Kate.  “Conventions,” 73.

Cummins, Megan. “Morning,” 88. “Five Places,” “Piracy,” 102.

Cummins, Patricia. “To My Love after Time Has Passed,” 14.

Curry, Susan. “Welcome,” 69.

Cutolo, Lucy. “Jewels.” 68.

Cyrus, Hannah. “Jack and Emily,” “Hannah Cyrus,” “Inspection Day,” Remainder of a Life,” 93.

D

Dacey, Philip. “Girlfriends,” “Bijou,” 91. “Mark Morris at Jacob’s Pillow,” 94. “American Choreography,” “Vaslav Nijinsky on Walt Whitman,” 97. “Cento Sonnet:,” 104.

Da’, Laura,“Vantage,” “The Tecumseh Motel.” “Five Songs for Lazarus Shale,”101.

D’Alvia, Jennifer. “Moghira’s Room” (fiction), 66.

Dagher, Jeanice. “note from a column on modern living,” “one poem/in the n.y. painters series,” “new rooms,” 31.

Dalbacka, Jesse, “When the Woman Is Contemporary, and the Kitchen Belongs to Someone Else,” “Four Pieces of Transition,” 78.

Damon, Maria. “Question and Answer,” 43.

Danish, Barbara. “The Model as Lover of Herself,” 28. “Looking Up Suddenly to See,” “28:1,” 33.

Darlington, Sandy. “None of It Means Anything” (song), 1.

Dauer, Rosamond. “In the Mountains,” 24.

David, Ashley. “Blue Ribbon Serenade,” 90.

David, Almitra. “George: Some Observations,” 37.

Davidson, Ronald. “Testing, 1,2,3…,” 47.

Davis, Cortney.  “The Treatment,” 73.

Davis, Jordan. “O it really is terrifying,” 65, “No of the Couples,” “Wine in a tall narrow glass,” 67,“Copper Beech,” “Telekinesis,” 82. “Muck Fire,” 91.

Day, Jessica. “Fortune Telling.” 96.

Day, Wesley. “The Unwritten Word,” “The Wino,” 3. “Wesley’s Fuck Poem,” 7. “The Spanish Dancer,” 8. “The Movies,” 15. “San Fran Tops List for Bitchiness,” 73.

De Groot, Boudewijn (& L. Nijgh). “Welterusten Mijnheer de President” (song), 2.

Deanovich, Connie . ”To Johnny Cash,” ”February’s Code of Silence,” ”Lover of Daylight.” 99.

DeBre, Isabel. “iowa city,” 104.

de Azevedo, Kathleen. “Nuns,” “Girl from Ipanema,” 65.

de la Paz, Oliver. “The Fourth Madonna”, 76.

de Ruijg, Nicolaas. translator, “Rest Well, Mr. President,” 2.

Deichler, Deborah. “The King looked in the mirror,” “When you are trapped in rabbit grass,” 1. “drawings,” 50-51.

Delano, Page Dougherty. “Men Carry,” “Poem after Buying Bread,” 94.

Demory, Sean. “Arkansas Traveller,” “Rapture,” 67.

Denham, Paula. “This Is the Nature of a Tree,” 43.

Derman, Alexa.. “Variations of Ophelia (II),” “The Ocean,” “Deflowered Bones,” 102.

Derricotte, Toi. “Morning ride,” 29.

Dersley, Keith. Statement on poetics; “Am I a Bob Hope figure in your life, ceaselessly,” “Though pessimistic about ever being able to,” “His Alamo of Crockets,” 48.

DeSilver, Albert Flynn. “Letter Forty-Seven,” “Letter Fifty-Six” 77. “Charrer,” “Pneumatic Jacketer,” 88.

Deutsch, Joel. “Kodacolor,” 21. “This Time,” “You Go Home,” 22.

De Veaux, Mika ëil. “Ambushed,” 76.

Dewey, Al. “After Receiving Bad News,” “The Ideal Hitchhiker,” 16.

Diamond-Nigh, John. “Tell Satan,” “Wolves,” “Museum Autoguide,” 85.

Dibbern, Doug. “We Breathe,” 67.

Dienstfrey, Patricia. “Newspaper Story 2,” 33.

di Giorgio, Marosa. “From The Moth,” 98.

DiPalma, Ray. “A Strange Menagerie of Golden Monsters,” “Coconut Harry,” 59.

DiPasquale, Sarah. “Tenderness,” “His Sunday,” 97.

Distler, Bette. “that picture,” 19.

Dlugos, Tim. “Flaming Angel,” “Poem after Dinner,” 23. “The Nineteenth Century Is 183 Years Old,” “LIT,” “Summer, South Brooklyn,” “Healing the World from Battery Park,” 60. “Harbor Lights,” “May Rain,” “Heartless Words,” “The Traps.” 96

Doan, Chuong. “Initiation Rites,” 60.

Dobler, Patricia. “Family Traits,” “Separations,” 44.

Donaghy, Daniel. “Elegy for My Mother,” 93.

Donelan, Steve. “Legend,” “Three Dreams,” 21. “When Emperor Alexius heard,” “One medium bear,” “A bell sings the brackish hour,” “Who saw the angel of death descend,” 25. “‘You look bored,’ said the girl with,” “The Cave Bear,” 28. “From the start we were caught up in the measure of the poem,” 39.

Dong, Kiyomi. “Voice Lesson,” “On the Eve of the GRE,” 98.

Dooley, Savannah. “Hansel and Gretel,” “King of Rats,” 85.

Dorph, Doug. “Offspring,” 65.

Doty, Cat. “Waiting Out the House,” “Nun,” 32.

Downes, Rackstraw. Covers and Portfolio, 89.

Doyle, Caitlin. “Aftermath,” 77.

Dracontaidis, Phillipos (Sisyphos). “The Comb” (story), 10.

Dragel, Cheryl. “Deja-vu,” 37.

Drake, Barbara. “Earthquakes,” 34.

Duckworth, Mark. “Teaching After Hours,” “Bubble Gum Addiction Clinic,” “Summer and Cinnamon,” 35.

Duda, Cynthia. “To the Window,” 80.

Dudley, Emma. “Skip.” 99.

Duhamel, Denise, “Feminism,” 61, “Upside Down,” 64.

Dunham, Grace. , “On Account of the Rain,” “Twin Oaks.”96.

Dunlop, Laurie. “from my window where I look,” 25.

DuPlessis, Rachel Blau. “In her hands,” “Travel by train, the trees are money,” 16.Durham, Sukie. “For a Friend,” “Two Love Poems,” 33.

Dyak, Miriam. “Attack,” “The Light of Old Women,” “Mania,” “On the Way to the Family Planning Center,” “Too Fast,” 23.

E

Eberly, David. “gnome in the grotto,” “Jai Poem,” “lonely,” “Poem (Lovely is a word of clear light),” “The Visit,” 20. “Listening to Mark,” 22. “Ghosts,” 31. “Last Call,” 38. “To Weldon Kees,” “Carriere’s Verlaine, “ 41.

Edelman, Richard. “Plum Island Thing,” 12. “Motherless Child,” 21.

Edleman, Elaine. “How Beautiful You Are,” 15. “Moving,” 24.

Edwards, Ken. “Contained Within These Vortices,” “His Last Gasp,” 70.

Edwards, Melvin. Cover and artwork, 66.

Edwards, Paul. Statement on poetics; “Holiday in Tokyo,” “The Artist at the Manai Straits,” “West Coast Split-up,” 48.Egan, Elizabeth. “Froot Loops” [prose], “Rattle in the Kitchen,” 60.

Egar, Sonja. “To My Grandma,” “Tuesday,” 106.

Eggan, Ferd. “Fulfill Desire,” 56.

Ehman, Jessie. “Must Love Dogs,” “Negative Space,” 98.

Ehrenberg, Erica. “Untouched,” “Montana Storm,” “Destination,” 68.

Eidsvig, Kurt Cole. “Counting,” 79. “Missoula,” 81. “You’re Probably in Japan By Now”, 84. “Poem for Mandy/Poem for Ron, 86.”Southie,” “Another Word,” 108.

Eileen, M. “Hypocrites and Tulips, Bleeding Hearts and Peppermint!,” 94.

Eisenberg, Susan. “Hanging In, Solo,” “Asbestos,” 43.

Elcock, James T. “The Incubus Semjaza,” 12.

Elias, Megan. “Limpid,” 47. “Full round bowls of flowers,” “The foolish animal,” 49. “The doctor/is young and eager,” “Not Tomorrow,” 53.

Elias, Vic. “To the Proposition that a Physicist Can Breathe,” 12.

Eliot, Eileen. “Alter-ego,” 31.

Elliott, Harley. cover artist for 9, 10, 11. “Arranging the Room,” “The Mission,” “Tie Painting,” “Thinking Twice in the Laundromat,” 8. “Eternal Western,” “After the Revolution,” 11. Cover artist, 17, 22. “The Citizen Game,” “He Spoke in Numbers,” “Life Watch,” “The Owl,” “The Secret,” 16. “Leaving New York,” “To a Man Who Has Described the Universe,” 17. “The Deer,” “Found Logic Poems,” “Lizards,” “The Occultist Justifies Being Hit by a Car,” “A Photograph of My Grandparents on Their Wedding Day,” “A Poem for Those Who Died Enroute,” 18. “Man Takes Out Garbage,” “Song of the Flying Wallendas,” “Your Throat,” 21. “Found Logic in Peru,” “Gorilla Talisman,” 22. “The Secret Lover Eating Chicken,” “Secret Lover in the Laundromat,” “Somewhere during,” “Turkey,” 24. Cover artist, 26, 32. “Torturing the Rhinoceros,” “Pissing in the Sink,” 26. “The Back Roads Tour,” “The President’s Dream of Owls,” “Kissing a Spot on the Bed,” “Struck in the Forehead by a Sparrow I Begin to Get a Clue,” 27. “The Secret Lover Deals a Hand,” “Blues for the Secret Lover,” “on the Trail of the Secret Lover,” 30. “Going Bump in the Night,” “In the heart of the park,” “Mailing Letters at Midnight,” 32. “The Teeth of Small Children,” “Watch Out Your Life Is Coming True,” 34. “Dream of the Kiowa,” “Ten Points Back to Nature Program,” “To the Redbird,” “Old Man Pitting Dates,” “John’s Poem,” “Smoky Red Lights,” “Straight Man to the Muse,” 36. Cover artist, 39, 45. “The Skunk,” “Short Reality,” 46. “Guitar,” “Priorities,” “The Mourning Cloak Academy,” “Hot Pig in Clover,” cover artist, 50-51. “Living to Tell About It,” “New Birds,” “Some Tramps,” 64. “The Farmer Finds a Bolt,” “Snooker,” 68. “The Cherokee Princess Factory,” 72. “Walking Like Always,” 78. “Parking Meter”, 84. “One Coyote Moment,” 87. “Ride,” 91. “Dream Lock,” 94. “Dream Canoe,” “Waking,” 97. “Absence of the Muse,” “When the Light,” “A Political Guide to Unloading Watermelons,” “Unrequited,” 103. “Poems about Getting Old,” “Life Change,” “Keeping It Simple,” “You Are Now Entering Mexico,” “Afternoon Window,” “Grudge Country,” 107. “What You Do Know,” “The Most Beautiful Stone in the World,” 110.

Elliot, Joe. “Six Pieces from Why I Like to Garden,” 92. “Untitled,” 95.

Elliott, Nancy Miller. Cover Photographs and Portfolio, 56. Cover photographs and portfolio of photographs, 62.Cover art and photography portfolio 74.

Ellis, Noreen. “To Sally Thomas,” 39.

Ellis, Rebecca. “Hansel,” 32. “Small Reminders,” “Night after Night Your Life,” “Gardens,” 35. “What You Say You Are,” 44.

Ellison, Jessie T. “Up with the Sun, 25. “The Widow’s Broom,” 30.

Elsberg, John. “Item (“The green ice/that fell”), 55.

Elstein, Robert. “The Wind”, 84.

Elytis, Odysseus. Numbers 7 and 9 from “The Concert of Hyacinths,” 21.

Emmerich, Karen. “Phone Booth, 10 p.m.,” “Leave-Taking,” “Perception,” 69.

Engel, Isaac. “a frog/in eagle feathers,” 21.

Enson, Beth. “Mirror,” 78.

Epstein, Judith. “Family Pictures,” 32.

Erbert, Leslie. “I will go to the sea’s cliff,” 21.

Ernst, Della Anna. “Dali,” 26. “The World,” 27.

Eshleman, Clayton. “Meditation.out of Hart Crane,” 3.

Eskow, John. “Aspects of Eddie,” “Children’s Song,” “Dreaming of the Crawl,” 18. “Violations of the Health Code,” 20.

Espada, Frank. Photographs, cover Photographer, 52.

Espada, Martín. “Grito for Nicaragua,” “Operation Bootstrap: San Juan, 1985,” 49. “The Chota and the Patron,” editor, “Ten Poets: a Latino Supplement,” 52. “The New Bathroom Policy at English High School,” “Cross Plains, Wisconsin,” 55. “Beloved Spic,” “Governor Wilson of California Talks in His Sleep,” 67. “Alabanza: In Praise of Local 100,” “Contemplation,” “Taboo and Totem,” 82. “The God of the Weather-Beaten Face,” “Blues for the Soldiers Who Told You,” “Between the Rockets and the Songs,” “To the Burmese Albino Python Living in the Next Room,” “An Admirer of General Pinochet Writes to the Website of General Pinochet to Wish General Pinochet a Happy Birthday,” 88. “Blessed Be the Truth-Tellers,” 93. “The Right Foot of Juan de Oñate,” “From the Rubáiyát of Fenway Park,” “Flowers and Bullets,” 102.

Estevez, Sandra Maria. “From the Ferrybank,” 52.

Etheridge, Emily. “Throwing Clay,” “East Beach, West Beach,” 82.

Etter, Dave. “Evidence,” “You,” 7.

Evans, Bill (with Andrew Gent). “Sixth Elegy,” “Eighth Elegy,” 40. “Ninth Elegy,” 44. “Tenth Elegy,” 46.

Evans, Christine. “Conflict in Your Car,” 65.

Evans, R. Daniel. “From the Diary of Master Pontormo,” 30.

Evans, Judson. “The Mutability Cantos: Haibun for Dennis,’Before You Wake,'” “The Mutability Cantos: Haibun for Dennis, ‘Out of Square,'” 69.

Evans, Sandrea. “Burning Down,” “Memory While Tending to Mother with Alzheimer’s.” 109.

Everhard, Jim. “The Order of Bread,” 23. “i am the adder,” 24. “The Invisible Father,” 31. “Henri Matisse,” “Matisse, Again,” “Orange,” “Reasons Why I Love You,” 34.

F

Fabri, Erica Miriam. “Lucky Bee,” “Dialect of a Skirt,” “Jack,” “Socks and Swimsuits,” 94.

Fain, Sharon. “Losing the Drought,” 65.

Fakinos, Aris. “And the Poor Shall Inherit” (story), 4.

Fales, Nancy. “August, 1973,” 23.

Fannjiang, Clara. “The Elephant,” “How to Fall from a Cliff,” ”Of Men as Angels,” “Toward and Beyond,” 98.

Fantl Spivack, Susan. “The Bird and the Baby Opera,” “Grief,” 40.

Farkas, Julie. “I Could Be the Girl, Lying,” 87.

Farkas, JM. “Nothing Makes Me Think of You,” “Nightforest Epithalamium for the Bride of the Groom Who Still Loves Me,” 103.

Farley, Susan. “The House Alone under the Pecan Trees,” 48.

Farrar, Gretchen E. “New Year,” 54.

Farrington, Anthony. “Poem with a Bumblebee Inside,” “Not Every Sort of Spider Is a Flying Spider,” 94.

Fay, Griffin Blue Joaquin. “Eustreptospondylus,” “Creation Myth,” “Arches,” 106. “Rites,” “The Florist’s Name,” “Villanelle,” “Love Letters to Ronald Reagan,” 108.

Feast, Jim. “In the Garden,” [prose] 97.

Feigenbaum, Sam. “The Air Conditioning at Whole Foods Is Always on Full Blast,” “Having Gotten Word that T-Shirts of His Likeness Are Sold Around the World Che Rises from the Grave,” “That Evolution Gave Them Birds,” “Old Men Riding Lawnmowers,” “Footpaths.” 96

Feinberg, Harvey. “Headfirst,” 7. “Sun/you think 11. “a steady diet,” “Taking Sides,” 14.

Felder, Sam. “Buying Land,” 15.

Feldman, Alan. “My Book Group Reconvened After So Many Years,” 100.

Feldman, Rebecca. “My Brother,” “Coloring My Cuticles,” “Loose Tears,” “Transportation,” 59. “Poem for the Day My Mother Was Born,” 60.

Feliu-Pettet, Rosebud. “Stevie” (Prose), “A Day in the Country” (Prose), 83.

Felix, Leesa. “Friend,” “Beyond the Lace,” 30.

Fenton, Elizabeth. “another letter,” 13. “Polar Bear,” 17.

Ferguson, Judith. “Body Language,” 62.

Ferrari, Mary. “The Eleventh Night,” “Rules,” “Holy Thursday Flying North,” “Cairo, January, ’91.” 62. “The Golden Hiahwav to Boipatonq,” “Johannesburn Jacarandas,” “Evening in South Africa,” 63. “A Chaotic Free State,” 69. “Word from Innisfree,” 70.”Writing in the Dark,” “Flight II,” “Namibian Rapport,” “August Winter,” 72. “Fifteen Panes of Late February Glass,” “Buffet of the Wind,” “Rocherneuf,” “Wordsworth’s Michael,” 80. “Lines Written on the Way to Visit Catherine,” 106.

Few, Elizabeth Starling. “You Are a Conma in a Sentence That Needs No Comma,” 23.

Field, Edward. “In Praise of My Prostrate,” “The Student,” 85. “Holding Up the Universe,” “When It Struck Him,” “Meditation on the 23rd Psalm,” 89.

Fifer, Ken. “F,” 31.

Finkelstein, Miriam. “Kidnapped,” “Moving,” 67. “Old Ways,” 70.

Finley, Mike. “The Pilot,” 20. “Bloodletters,” “Noise Interrupting Minestrone, “Hard Times Come to Li Po” 31.

Firan, Carmen. “The Farce of Things,” “The Last Story,” 93.

Firer, Susan. “The Wildlife of Death,” 46.”Let Us Celebrate,” “We Were In Our City” 74.

Fiser, Karen. “Night Shift,” “Just Before the Dove Begins to Call,” 55. “Flatlanders,” “Teaching Myself to Read,” 59.

Fish, Cheryl J. “Harry Truman of St. Helens Lodge,” “Gulf of Finland,” “Ash for Cash.” 109.

Fisher, Janet. “Women Who Dye Their Hair,” “The Festival Called Holi,” 79.

Fishman, James. “Falling for a Straight Man in a Howard Johnson’s,” “The Night I Stopped Wetting the Bed,” 28.

Fitzgerald-Richards, P. dell. “july 11th 1973,” 23.

Flanagan, Robert. “Lines Written on the Loss of Harry Bailey,” “Love Letter to My Wife,” 8. “Traps,” 11.

Flash, Hash [with g.p. skratz]. “Iron Gate” [song], 18.

Fleming, Gerald. “Memento Mori: Museo de las Mumias, Guanajuanto, Mexico,” “Last Name,” “Molango, Hidalgo,” 88. “Casa de Ambivalence,” 90. “The Concrete Pour,” “Forced Air: In the House Where His Mother Is Dying,” 94.”The Adulteress, 1988,” “Again,” “One.” 96. “And the Water Continues, Dips under the Street & into the River & Ultimately out to the Sea, Speaking Its Water-language to Anyone Near Enough to Listen,” “The Crew,” “Fox Hunt,” “Companionship,” “The Plowman,” 98.“No-Man’s Land,” “The Traveler,” “The Subject,” 100. “All Your Life You Fight It, and Here It Is Once More,” “Locksmith,” “Ruth,” 103. “Graveyard Scene,” “Back Suites, Day of Rain, Kids Long Gone,” “Those Who Go by Truck, by Train,” “At a Late Age,” 104. “Collector of Tiles,” “This Water,” “And the Strangers Do Stay, for They Are Insistent & Indefatigable,” “Night Scholar,” 107. “A Response to Gerald Fleming’s Poem Asserting, Naïvely, “We are good…” “The Death of Whom.” 109.

Flum, Liza. “To My Sister, from a Distance,” “Visiting My Sister at College I Hear Her Crying in the Other Room,” “Asleep on the Couch, I Come Back,” 91.

Fogel, Daniel Mark. “Hell at the Corner of Church and Chapel,” “November 8, 1968,” 24.

Foley, Ruth E. “What is Left Now Is the Tiniest Depression,” 81.

Fontas [misspelled “Iontas”], Jo-Ann. “Crying Out,” 25.

Ford, Elaine. “Red Woman, Black Woman” (prose), 70.

Forman, Naomi. “Summer Lovin’,” “Redemption,” 90.

Forrest, Elizabeth. “Untitled,” 85.

Forrester, Mark. “Cameo with Miniature Landscape,” “Eating Dandelions,” 69.

Fortess, June. “Getting Ready for Bed” (story), 44.

Foss, Jack. “The Souvenir,” 80.

Foster, Sesshu. “Untitled (It was hot in El Paso),” 65.

Fowler, Gene. “Whore,” 5-6.

Fowler, Hilary Ayer. “The Sight,” 7.

Fowler, John. “Klee Poems,” 15.

Fox, Valerie. “Living in Hotels,” “The Authorized Short Life,” “Tennessee Williams During the War,” 72. “Arrange in an Order,” “In Café Leopold,” 78. “Love Song in a Bad Time,” 92. “Psalm in Winter,” 93. ”Incorruptible,” ”One Day.” 99.

Franklin, Hadley. “Wallachia, 1461,” 87.

Frederickson, Yahya. “Curing,” 98.

Freedman, Abby Jean. “In the Pines” (story), 40.

Freeman, Glenn. “The Atheist Goes Into Surgery,“ “The Buddhist Contemplates the Mind.“ 99.

French, Gary. “The Ghost,” 37.

Friebert, Stuart. “The Milkman, The Mailman, The Wife,” 10. Knautschke,” “Zaunkönig,” 98. “July 14-15, 1998,” 101.

Fried, Steve. “atheist prayers,” 66.

Friedman, Dorothy. “My Bon-bon,” “Taurus,” “Mother, Lover,” “Celebration,” 33. “The Buccaneer,” 38.

Friedman, Ed. “Rapture Floating Sonnet [My Type],” “Floating Sonnet [Sanction Currency],” 60. “On Contradiction,” “Rocket to Stardom,” “Heading for Manhattan by Train,” 67. “Isolated Bourgeoisie,” “Chapter,” “Song of the Open,” 73.. “Ductile,” “Dairy Yen,” “Infinite Thrust,” “Blastoff,” “Power Glide,” “Topography,” “Inner Mongolia” 75. “And the Red-Spotted Newts,” 90.”from Two Towns,” “Good Habits,” “Junior Red Cross,” “Post and Telegraph Services,” 102. “Mook Bird,” “Sage Rub,” “Echoing Stars,” “Succession,” “Strays from the Ether Revealed,” 104.

Friedman, Michael. “Seasons,” “Love,” “Mind,” 59. “Lecture,” “Head,” “Wave,” 65.

Fristdad, Erin. “What This Woman Wants,” 87.

Fruchter, B. “Poem,” “Two Poems of January,” 5-6.

Fuchs, Greg.  “The New Mad Cow Alert,” “Don’t Judge the Movie by the Book,” “Roaring Spring,” 73.

Fuchs, Paul. “Work, the Day-to-dayness of It All,” 16.

Fuhrman, Joanna. “The Swimming Monk,” “The Museum,” “The Problem with Thirst,” 58. “The Museum,” “The Swimming Monk,” 59. “Maltwood, New York,” “Rousseau,” “Camouflage,” “Scene,” 61. “From the Abstract to the Real,” 62. “The Assassin of Light,” “Now, I’m New and Improved,” “Love Poem,” 63. “Domestic Comforts,” “Why Love is a Better Antidote to Music than the Color Blue,” “Geese,” 66. “The Color of Loneliness Before Words,” “Freud in Brooklyn,” “Here, I Say,” 71.”Vegetable Cures,” “Time’s Secret” 75. “Five Prayers for Business,” “Some Meditations on the Female Soul,” 79. “Admonitions,” “Essay on What I am Most Afraid to Write About,” 81. “Swing-Set Moraine,” “Brooklyn Efficiency Apartment Moraine,” “Brooklyn Efficiency Apartment Moraine III,” 85. “The Car Door Squeaks Because I’m 32,” “By the Skeletons of Hurdy-Gurdy Monkeys and Other Journeys Toward Nanotechnology,” 89. “On Some Gossip Overheard at the Meritocracy Bar and Grill,” “Planetary Notebook,” “The Summer We Were All Seventeen,” 93. “The Lecture,” “The Twenty-Second Century,” “Boots, Mistletoe, Cookies and Thumbs,” 95 “, Notes on the End of Thought,” “Listen,” “ Kreuzberg,” “Fragments,” “Self-Pity,” 98. “After the Letters Collapsed,” [with Toni Simon] 100. “Summer,” “IRemember.Org,” “November,” 102. “Who Else Should I Not Trust with Language?” “Listen to What I Am Saying, Not What I Say,” “Birthiversary,” “Semifreddo,” “John Godfrey Toothless Law,” “Waltz With Bullhorn,” “Ordinary Hands,” “Torchy,” “The Remains,” “Where Dollars Fly,” 107. “Self-Portrait with Missing B Movie,” “The B Train,” “Foster Avenue,” 110.

Fuller, Chester. “Sunday in December 1970,” 16.

Fyman, Cliff. “Vice, Advice & Eccentricities: Life Growing Up in a Small Town of a Hundred Fires, Cuba as Told by Luis Comabella in the Tenth Street Lounge,” 69.”Practicing to Quit My Waiter Job,” “Bernard Glassman” 74. “A Piece with Questions,” [prose poem], “I Almost Recited a Poem to Peres,” [prose poem], 76.

G

Galloway, Elizabeth. “Creatures,” 44.

Ganesh, Chitra. “There Are Two Days I Remember,” 62.

Gannett- Zook, Zachary. “Docile Lamps.” 83.

Gardner, Richard. Cover artist, 43.

Garrett, Nancy Fales. “Listening,” 62. “Deer Season”(fiction), 64.

Gary, Claudia Lee. “‘Mother’s Day, 1970,” “Rides,” 13. “A Kiss from a Friend,” “Man Cannot Think of Himself without Woman,” 14. “To D,” 15. “the answer to where,” 18.

Gaspar de Alba, Alicia. “The Philosophy of Frijoles,” 57.

Gebhardt, Andrew. “The Source of the Voice,” 87.

Gellis, Willard. “anthrax in arcady,” “awakening,” “the old are watching,” “Uncle John’s House,” 3.

Geng, Veronica. “Good Luck” [story], 23.

Gent, Andrew (with Bill Evans). “Sixth Elegy,” “Eighth Elegy,” 40. “Ninth Elegy,” 44. “Tenth Elegy,” 46.

Georgakas, Dan. “The acrobat from Xanadu,” 3. “Fertility Song,” “Harvest Song,” “Lament,” 5-6.

George, Donna. “A Happily Ever After,” “The Flirt,” 38.

Germinario, Lee. “Teenage Tantalus,” 91.

Gholson, Christien G. “The Press Conference: Another Aquatint Etching in the Manner of Goya’s “Caprices,” 80. “First Thaw: Lithograph, Printed in Black, After Kathe Kollwitz,” “Sculpture of a Desert Town in the Manner of Giacometti’s ‘Dog,’” “Blind Man Traveling Inside a Dead Possum Oil on Masonite (w/Surrealist Technique, Decalcomania),” Phosphorus: Film Noir,” “Invisible Food: Seascape Carved Onto a Grain of Salt,” “In the Realm of the Foghorn King: In the Manner of ‘Streams & Mountains Without End’ (Scroll, Northern Sung Dynasty, China),” 85. “The Length, the Width,” “The Woman Who Mistook the Sun for the Moon,” “Mining,” [prose poems] 87. “Sleep Deprivation,” “Vision,” 95. “10 Below,” “To All the Poets I Never Knew, Dead or Now Dying,” “Still Pool, August,” 103. “My Mother’s Body,” “How the Enola Gay Always Saved My Skin,” 104. “Grand Canyon,” “Redwood Country,” 108.

Gilbert, Celia. “The Soldier,” 18.

Gilbert, Chris. “An Improvisation,” “The Art of Improvisers,” 59.

Gildzen, Alex. “Morning after the Worm Moon,” 43.

Gilfillan, Merrill.  “Men in Shadow” [prose], 73. . “A New York Memory,” 77. “Una Dozzina,” 80. “Men Looking for Wives,” [prose], 88.

Gill, John. “Aunt Frances,” “in defense of marriage,” “late spring,” “3/16/66,” 1. “poem,” 2. “50 years service,” “the moon is corn yellow above Syracuse,” “poem,” “something broke the dream,” 9. “the caterpillar exodus,” “Inscription,” “poem,” “Time Out!,” 10. “Dick’s Trumpet Solo,” 18. “Pieces of Flint,” “signs, March 12, 1975,” “signs, Sept. 19, 1974,” 26. “that’s entertainment,” “9/10/79,” 38. “Encounter with Mayakovsky,” “Nostalgia,” “Haibun 2/23/85,” “Atlantic City, N.J.” 50-51. “Portraits,” 57. “The Thomas Poems,” 58. “6/16/94,” “Little Sweets,” “Elegy,” 66. “6/29/95,” “6/24/95,” “Saint Derek of Dungeness,” “For Elaine, 9/29/94,” “Written at the Camaldolese Monks, New Camaldoli Hermitage, Big Sur, California, 6/3/95,” “7/18/93,” “What Homer Said,” “To Move on,” “The Messenger,” “The Scene,” “April Revealed,” 71.

Gilpin, Laura. “Separation,” “The Mittens My Grandmother Made Me,” “A Fine Afternoon for Flying Kites,” 28.

Ginsberg, Louis. “At Midnight As I Lie in Bed,” 10.

Ginsburg, Carl. “She It Is Who Is Your Rival,” 7.

Giorgio, Anthony. “To Rockford and Mr. Ginsberg,” “A Little Brass Rock,” “Twelfth Morning,” 110.

Gioseffi, Daniela. “Woman with Tongue in Cheek,” 18.

Girdharry, Elizabeth. “Filling the Empty Spaces,” “The Rest of the Procession Leaves,” “There Was Geometry,” 108.

Gitin, Maria. “Lament,” “Summer of ’65,” 18.

Gitlin, Todd. “I Saw Jane Today,” “Ambition,” “They say not to care,” “Two Women on the M Car, Rush Hour,” 12.

Giuliano, Matt. “Watching Boxes,” 73.

Givens, Rebecca. Views of Heaven,” 69. “Dark Bird,” “During This Movie,” “Vehicle,” 72.. “The End of Our Manifest Destinies,” “Picasso’s Painting,” “Monet’s Walk,” “Letter from the Artist,” “I Lose Constellations in Foreign Cities” 74. “The Twist of Her Head” 75.

Glasser, Perry. “Satan Takes 12 Steps,” [prose] 87.

Glasson, Evan. “Confession,” 94.

Glickman, Susan. “Complicity,” “The Sadness of Mothers,” 43.

Glukow, Jordana. “The To Do List I Didn’t Write Down,” 101.

Godfrey, John. “Night Vision,” “Veils,” “Regard,” “Enchantment,” “An Arrow Through It,” “Ricochet High,” 68. “Backseat Talk,” “Never Even,” “Through the Wall,” “Freefall,” 91.”Look Around,” “After Chrysalis,” “Dollars of Curls” 101. “Writers, Dresses,” “Lost Secret,” “Divine Bones,” “Only Once,” “The Same Continent.” 109. “The Same Continent,” 110.

Goding, Joshua. “Blue Revelation” [prose], 60.

Goebel, Ulf. “Declarative Mode,” 33.

Goetsch, Douglas. “Colorblind,” “Folds,” “Mrs. Britt’s,” “Father’s Day, 1993,” 64. “Sleeping Next To My Grandfather,” “November,” “Lawyer,” 67. “Naples,” “Wherever You want” (prose), 69.  “Standing Up Stiff,” “Rice” (prose), “Such a Good Dancer,” “Pig’s Lungs,” “Splendor,” 73. “In the Shipwreck Diner,” 78.

Golaski, Adam. “Plate 23 ‘The Grand Loge,’ 1897, oil, 21 _ x 18 _,” “Plate 13 ‘A Corner in the Moulin de la Galette,’ 1892, oil, 40 x 39,” 85.

Goldbarth, Albert. “The Mandrake Hunt,” 8. “In Bed at Night,” 10. “Instructions for Environments,” 11. “Dessert,” “Report to the People,” “Sentinel,” 12. “Horizons,” “Saviour Predictions,” 16.

Goldberg, Alexis. “Momentary Mastication,” “The Bicyclers,” “Untitled,” 72.”The Shalimar Diner,” “Tory Sitting on a Couch in a Coffee Shop on the Corner of Ninth Street and Avenue A,” 76.

Goldberg, Ben. “Eddy Boy,” 18.

Goldberg, Nicola. “Adularescence, “Elegy,” 98.

Goldfarb, Rebecca. “Bezazel Street, Orthodox Quarter,” 61.

Goldman, Elizabeth. “Season Ticket,” 45.

Goldsmith, A. Dearborn. “Thank You for Drinking,” 89.

Goldwitz, Sue. “After months you come again,” “Declaration,” 24.

Gonnello, Larry. “No Armor Protection,” 60.

Gontarek, Leonard. “The New Season,” 58. “Crow, Scarecrow,” “Pretty Rain,” “Grace.” 96. “In Autumn,” “The Hills,” “Notebook V,” “Hidden Track,” 102.

Goodrich, Thea. “Bridge & Tunnel,” 92.

Goodman, Brenda. Cover, art portfolio, 92.

Goodwin, J. F. “Spicer and All the Poets” [prose], 58.

Goodwin, Jack (& J. A. Ryan). “No Time at All,” (song), 7.

Gontarek, Leonard. “Innocence,” “I Know,” “Derrida,” 97.

Gonzalez, Ray. “Tonight,” 73.

Göransson, Johannes. “Footnotes for the Translation of The Day My Body Felt Gross,” 78.

Gordon, Andra. “Two on a Balance Beam,” “August, 1983,” 48.

Gordon, Patty. “Breakfast,” “just to let you know,” 13.

Gorka, Kris. “Scene at Sandy Hook,” 44.

Gott, George. “The Watercolor Days,” 13.

Graham, Neal. “FM (facts and figures),” 13.

Grandits, Sean. Cover Art, Art Portfolio, 97.

Gray, Janet “Hot Bath,” “To Mother,” 12. “Mt. Rainier,” “So You Won’t Miscarry,” 31.

Gray, Jennifer. “On the Other Side,” “The Roof,” 53.

Gray, Patrick W. “Oklahoma and Nebraska (after Sydney),” 27.

Gray, Susan. “Revolution,” 57.

Grayson, Richard. “Scenes from a Mirage: Atlantic City, March 1972” (fiction), 29. “Rapscallion Days,” “Dreamspace” (fiction), 37. “Affirmative Action” (fiction), 38.”Boniatos Are Not Boring,” (fiction) 68.

Greco, Stephen. “Antarctica,” 32.

Green, George. “The Ghost of Ted Again,” “Stephen Duck and Edward Chicken,” 79. “Art Movies,” 93.

Green, Marianna. “Nowhere”(prose), 69.

Greenberg, Alvin. “conservation,” 13. from “the house of the would-be gardener,” poems 7 and x, 14.

Greenberg, Diana Lita. “You Wonder My Rase,” 65.

Greenberg, Madeline. “Squall Memory,” 1.

Greene, Ariel. “Cossacks” 74.

Greene, Earl. “The Young Girl: Miss,” “Winces,” 56.

Greer, Colin. “Taking Off,” “Superman is Fifty,” (prose), 61. “One,” 82. The Dark of Summer,” 98.

Gregory, Robert. “Even so (March the 31st),” “Small Blue Morning,” 76. “Pointed, Like a Star Drawn by a Careful Child,” 77. “Sometimes Always,” 78. “Wind and Mockingbird,” “Thanks for Another White Moon,” “This Is What Happened,” “March, Waiting for the Dirt to Warm So I Can Make the Garden,” “A Young Breeze Gets Restless,” 79. “Starlings,” “Champagne,” “In the Famous Ambrotype of Baudelaire,” 81. “Like That,” “Partway,” “Delight,” “Last Night’s Moon,” 82. “The Local News for July 23rd in Lexington, Kentucky,” “At Last (As I Walked Through The Neighborhood,” “Like a temporary child,” “The Wind and the Other Moon,” “The Things The Morning Does,” “Weeds,” “I Wonder Where You Are Tonight” 83. “The Urge to Move,” “Stepping Outside With Some Garbage In My Hand,” “The Older Technology is More Reliable,” “What They’re Called,” “The Change,” “How I’d Like to be Eventually,” “They Say Venus”, 84. “Not Really Looking (I Don’t Think So Anyway),” “That,” “What Next,” “Things I Found and Left Where They Were,” “Secrets,” 85. “Inside the Black Morning,” “The Only Good Rain,” 87. . “Dime,” “Possible Reasons (Two) Why the Wind Stirs Early in the Morning,” 91. “Open,” “Where I Am and What I’m Doing,” 92. “A Stranger,” “Passage,” 94“C.E. Fairchild (’61) Is Falling off the Wall,” 97. ”Again Maybe,” ”Translation.” 99. “April 12, 6 p.m.,” “Pleasures,” 102. . “In the Eye of the River,” “Once Again,” “In My Neighborhood,” 104. “One of Those,” “After the Storm: Day Three,” “First of the Season,” 106.

Grimes, Sophie Summertown. “Panorama of Another’s Routine,” 108.

Griswold, Jay. “Fields,” 97. “Heart,” 110.

Gross, Mimi. cover artist for 1, 2, and 3. Drawings, 50-51.

Grossman-Weis, Dora. “Saul’s Note,” “Untitled,” 106.

Growney, JoAnne. “Fear,” 81.

Gruenberg, Dan. “There Is a Girl in the Cafeteria,” 70.

Grunberger, Lisa. “When I Was a Woman,” 107.

Gu Cheng. “The Source,” “The Alley,” 76.

Guido, Ann. “The Farm,” 30.

Guillen, Nicolas. “Ballad of the Two Grandfathers,” 28.

Guo, Stephanie. “If I Could Live Forever”, “Spokes.”” 99. 28.

Gupta, Aditi. “Jewel of the British Empire,” 82.

Gustafson, James. “january revolution,” 16. “Mississippi John Hurt,” 17. “Hit the Man Square in the Face,” “The Music,” “Rabbit Turds Drip from the Claw of Satan,” 18. “Bright Eyes Talks Crazy to Rembrandt,” “Pickled Herring Left to Guard the Frontier,” 20. “Adultery,” “Logic,” “Tales of Virtue and Transformation.” numbers 1, 2, 4, and 5, 22. “The Recent Dreams,” 24. from “What To Do About the Sky,” 1, 2, 3, 4, 25. “Nine Days,” 26. “Nine Days (Second Sequence),” 28. From Shameless: “Dirge,” “The hero with butter on his eyelids,” “Quietly enjoying the private knowledge,” 29. from “The Hurt,” 50-51. “January 21,” “9/9/88,” 56. “Language and Humility,” 63. “Maddening Joy,” “Uncle Boyd,” “Angles/Memory/Life: First Equation,” 66.

Guzlowski, John. “Fear,” 92.

Gwiazda, Piotr . “Footage,” “Swedish Weather.” 109.

H

Haake, Katharine Koss. “To Leo” [story], 36.

Haddad, Joe. “Words to a king,” 18.

Hadfield, Jen. “Siren and Harpy,” “Hatchet,” 79. “Gigi in the Rockpools,” “Thrimilce,” “The King’s Courtyard,” 82.

Hagan, Ryan. “Serendipity, I Thought,” “Attire,” 80.

Haggarty, Zoe. “Fears,” 42.

Hagood, Caroline. “Core,” “Cold,” 77. “Ultima Thule,” “Ultraviolence,” “Hell’s Angel,” 103.

Hahn, Kimiko. “Imagination,” “Sponge,” “The Avocado,” “The Gladiolas,” “The Operation,” 53. “The Heat,” 57. “The Old Woman’s Breast,” “The Crab,””The Snake,” 65. “The Volcano’s Desire,” 69.”Reading a Relationship-Column in a Womanís Magazine Before Bed,” “The Womenís Restroom at the Local Diner Is Occupied So I Use the Menís,” “From My Bed the Foghorn by the Pier Sounds Like a Prehistoric Cry,” “Discovering Crumbs All Over the Passenger Seat of the Family Sedan,” 77. “Mother Is Reading Deviant,” “Valentine,” “The Green Lantern”83. “from: Wellfleet Midsummer (2000), 86. “Yellow Jackets,” “For the Affection of Ants,” “Sustenance,” “Sibling Rivalry,” 94.”Riddle #1,” ”Riddle #2.” 99. “Pork Buns,” “The Bamboo Grove,” 110.

Haiduck, Nancy. “Miami Beach Boy,” “Hurtling,” “South Florida Sunrise.”96.

Haines-Stiles, Sasha. “Summer Crush,” “Rib,” 71.

Haining, James. “America Returning to the Palace Theater,” 13.

Hakimi, Charlene. “Correre,” 82.

Hall, Steven. “Dead Are the Fish,” 21.

Hall, Valerie Noel. “Things Done,” 90. “For Those Still Here,” “The First Thing,” “Violets,” “Prison Salon,” 95.

Halla, Jaime. “Rental,” “Ginger Ale,” 68.

Halstead, Isabella. “Columbia Journal” (prose), 62.

Hamby, Barbara. “Jennie Hodgers Tells All,” “Reading Pushkin on a Train through Siberia,” “The Lotus Eaters: Ode on My Pothead Nephews,” “Driving in the Rain,” 107.

Hamill, Sam. “In the Company of Men,” “Loyalty: a letter,” 43.

Hamilton, Fritz. “Gibbs” (story), 10. “Gibbs” (story), 11. “For Mommy Who Gave Me a Russian Hat for Christmas,” 16.

Hamilton, Heather. “When I Am Gone (a poem after Nick Bozanic), “Sparklers,” “Sophia,” 103. “Winter,” “Galway Nights,” 104.

Hamlin, Louise. Cover art and drawings, 53. Cover art, 81.Covers, Art Portfolio, 98.

Hanft, Adam. “Painting by Numbers,” 11.

Hansen, Bridget. “lavendría automática,” 92.

Hansen, Eric. “Memorial Day on the Niagara River,” “Running through the grass at home,” 21.

Harawitz, Alan. “Three Small Poems about Life, Sex, and Death,” 97. “Dog Park,” 108.

Hardin, Glenn. “for Susan,” 15.

Harer, Katharine. “Sunday Morning Sinatra,” “Ice Cream,” “The Mammogram,” “Leo Is Talking about Death,” 61. “In June,” “Hubba-Hubba,” 65. “Le Root Canal,” 72.

Harman, Olivia Ophelia. “High Way” 74.

Harral, Warren. “Peonies,” “Passing Love,” 30.

Harris, Francine J. “Castle,” 100.

Harris, Jana. “Toast” [fiction], 57. “What Trees Know,” “Sums and Debits,” “Sixth Grade Composition,” “Two for a Penny; Counting My Rat-Hunting Money,” “Nothing But the Blood, Singing Lessons”83.

Harris, Marie. “Tourist Home: Prince Edward Island,” “Lo!”, “Vintage,” [prose], 55. “Standard Plumbing,” “Peacetime,” [prose], 59. “Louis Antonine de Bougainville, who circumnavigated the globe…” “Love Poem” (“A Nuthatch lights on the shadow”), “Sometimes the Wider World Can Only Be Apprehended Obliquely,” 66. “Fledge,” “From Away,” “Reprieve,” “Fog,” “Safe Harbor,” [prose poems] 81. “Flight Lines,” 87.”Tweets”, 100.

Harris, Windsong. “tonight,” 5-6. “the well; revisited,” 9.

Harrison, Jim. “Natural World,” “Thin Ice,” 5-6.

Hartman, Susan. “After His Death,” “In the Generation That Laughed at Me,” 23.

Hartman, Yuki. “Lemonade and Lobsters,” “What You Read,” “Poem (“The right hand”)” “To the Edge,” 57. “Until Then,” “She for He,” 77.

Hartman, Yukihide Maeshima. “I come by to a beach…,” “I come for cosmetic surgery…,” (prose) 70.

Hartsock, Katie. “Mimesis,” 90.

Harvey, Gayle Elen. “radical,” “it can’t be otherwise,” 33.

Harvey, Steven. “The Inheritance: A Broken Elegy for my Mother,” 31.

Hass, Richard. Cover and Art work, 68.

Hastings, William. “Ditch Flowers,” 101.

Haug, James. “Ticket Taker,” “Afternoons,” 47.

Hawkins, Bruce. “says the rabbit,” 17.

Hawkins, John. “Easter 1964,” 45.

Hawks, Jim. “A Rabbit in a Cage in the Kitchen,” “Talisman in the Inside Spaces,” 9. “The Eye of the Rose,” 18.

Hayakawa, Annakai Geshider. “The Words Have Eyes,” 100.

Haynes, Lisa. “Walter,” 78.

Hazen, Elizabeth. “Laundry Day,” 69.

Healey, Linda. “The Case for Staying Where You Are” 74.

Healy, Eloise Klein. “Out in the World of Strangers,” 38.

Heath, Andrew. “Vellum,” 5-6.

Hecht, Paul. Translator of Diana Bellessi, excerpt from Happy Crossing…, 37.

Heiny, Katherine. “The Bus Driver,” 55. “For My Future Biographer,” “Times My Father Almost Died,” “Life after Wuthering Heights,” “Parking the Car,” 57. “My Grandfather’s Funeral,” “About My mother,” 59. “The Plot to Kill Mv Grandmother,” “On the Night My Brother Moved In with His Girlfriend.” “Four Endinqs,” “Mad Doctor,” 63.

Heman, Bob. Four poem-drawings, 34. “The Old Woodcut,” “Getting Wet,” “Music,” 38.

Hempel, Wes. “I Try to Change,” 52.

Henning, Barbara. “Brooks Street,” “Eighty-Seven,” 90.

Henry, Brian. “Exhumation,” “Jasmine Tea,” 67.

Herman, William. “I’m Not Gloria”, 84. “Swimmers,” [prose] 85.

Hernandez, Bob. “I want you to be my nigger,” 16.

Herrera, Juan Felipe. “Inside the Jacket,” “Foreign Inhabitant,” 52.

Hershon, Elizabeth. “At the Window,” “raving madwomen,” “When I shaved the grass,” 23. Cover artist, 35. “The Gathering,” “The Belltower,” “The Box,” “The dance,” 32. “The crows,” 35. “The Balloons Drift in from the North,” “A War by the Ocean,” “Babylon,” 42. Drawings, 50-51. Cover artist, 77. “The Doors in My Fingers,” “Bird at the Window,” “Breakfast with Ernesto,” 89. “Mad Women Standing in the Bike Path,” 94. “The Earth Is at Aphelion*,” “Taboo,” 104.

Hershon, Jed. “Sunday at the Catskills, 1975,” 37. “Skipping 2 or 3 Times”(story), 39. “Horror Film,” 70. “Giving Up,” 104.

Hershon, Michaeleen. cover artist for 5-6. Cover artist, 16. “I am a tree,” “The Lion in the Business Suit,” “A Short Ride on a Fast Horse,” 16. Cover artist, 25.

Hershon, Robert. “Gold Stars,” “Inventory: Monday Morning,” “Set,” 1. “Miss Fry’s Dream of Aging,” “Badges,” “No Meat No Drink,” 2. “Four Stores,” 3. “Four Translations from the English of Robert Hershon,” “Believe in Lips,” “Running Faster than Lewis,” 11. “Frank’s Bar XII Adler Place,” “The Goat Joke,” “Names in the Woods: 1966,” 12. “The Gesture,” “King Kong,” “Laughing,” ‘Protection,” “Still There,” 19. “Calling In Sick,” “Sleeping in a Room with Friends,” “To a Turn,” “Gentleman James Watts Takes the Local,” “The Public Hug,” 30. “Cats and Dogs,” “The Wrong Way to Remsen Street,” “Popularity,” “A Walk: Dead and Closed,” 37. “Everybody and Everything,” “Saturday Morning Extra Early,” “Shop Talk,” “Would You Cheat at Cards?” 42. “The Editors Editing,” “Harold in Midtown,” “Acqua Arzente,” “9-5-85, 6:00, 81?,” “Except Thou Bless Me,” 50-51. “Floating Hats,” “Into a Punchline,” “Fish Name,””Kid Moves Out,” “The Cowboy and the Farmer Should Be Friends,” 63. “Gauze,” 68.”Bob Kaufman,” “The Remaining Balance,” “Derek Jeter,” “Why I Am Self-Employed” 75. “Olives,” “International Incidents,” Illusions of Paradise,” “History By Holes,” “August 1968,” “Sylvie” 83. “Co-Editors,” “A Short History of World War II,” 86. “I’m Not a Doctor But,” “Monahan,” 94. “On Grant Avenue,” [prose] 97.”The Sign in the Window of the Imported Cheese Shop: Stop the Jail,” “Stay Home,” “Frame of Reference,” “Hotel Lucchese, on the Lungarno, 3 AM,” “Waiting for the Light to Change,” 100. “Headwear,” “My Life with Celebrities,” “Talents,” 108. “Russell Freedman,” “Routine,” “There Are People Who I Know Are Dead,” 110.

Herskovits, Beth. “Witch” [story] 75.

Hewett, Greg,. “Goat in the Thicket,” 101.

Hickman, Michelle. “An Excuse for Speaking,” 16.

Hickman, Noah. . “After Chagall’s I and the Village,” “The Ancient Moonlight,” 104.

Hicks, Tim. cover artist for 8.

Higginbotham, Keith. “Switzerland,” 42.

Hightower, Shakira. “Harlemite Easter,” “Kisses,” 59.

Hill, Nellie. “Your Rest,” “The Shy Wife,” 28.

Hillen, Sean. “Irelantis” [collage], 85.

Hillringhouse, Mark. “Tomato Soup,” 62. “An Interview with Paul Violi,” 100.

Hilton, David. “Life in These United States,” 22. “Parfrey’s Glen,” 32. “Thousand-Legger,” 49.

Hite, Nicholas. “Herringbone,” “Bullhorn,” 85.

Hittner-Cunningham, Emily. “Medusa.” 99.

Hjortshoj, Keith. “Voices,” 37.

Hodgkinson, Edith. “baby sister,” “I locked myself in the closet,” “I would like to tell the neighbor lady,” “A lady watered her house,” “Lakehouse,” 24. “water on the lake,” “she must have been crazy,” “baby I was going to ask you,” “and you were the first born,” porterhouse steak lies dead on the floor,” “what to do if you’re mad at your mother,” 27. “Abortion Set,” 1-9; “she must have been crazy,” 34. “You’re Not Home,” “You, you’re a space case running downhill,” 41.

Hodson, Jennifer. “Random Ideas,” “South of the Border,” 45.

Hoffman, Livia. “deleted,” “I saw my blue salvia grow,” 23. “Little birds hide,” 27.

Hogeland, William Henry III. “It was late, the house was quiet,” “we run, hand in hand,” 18. “Mary Magdalene,” 23.

Hogle, Joseph. “A Letter to Zbigniew Herbert,” Construction,” 94.

Hohn, Donovan. “Head Start,” “The Ocean in the Shell,” “Tadpoles in the Cutter,” 55. “Family Farm,” “Dishes,” 59.

Holabird, Jean. Cover art and drawings, 55. Cover art and drawings, 64. Covers, Art Portfolio, 99.

Holcomb, Jesse. “Last Year,” “Typing,” 60.

Holland, Barbara. “A Study in Post Office Art,” 17.

Hollo, Anselm. “Blue Ceiling,” 63.”Six from rue Wilson Monday: 3, 12, 16, 17, 19, 22″ 75.

Holsinger, Jayne.Covers, art portfolio,101.

Holstein, Amara. “Reflections,” 61.

Holtz, Samara Adsit. “Field,” “Circuitry,” “Gasoline,” 72.”What Protects,” “Our Mercurial Bodies Make Their Own Grief” 74. “Mercy,” “The Love of the Shop Steward,” 79.

Hong, Cathy Park. “Melanin,” “A Brand of Icarus 1” (prose), “Gong Li Surveillance,” “Ontology of Chang and Eng, the Original Siamese Twins” 75. “Sugar in Brooklyn,” “Shasta in Brooklyn,” 85. On Roam,” “Poem,” 98.

Hood, Russ. “His Seventh Conciliation,” 15.

Hoover, Carmen. “Health,” “Mercy,” “Mark/Oarfolk Records,” 70.”Chain of Command,” “Labor” (prose) 74

Hoover, Erin. “So Natural,” 71.

Hopping, Loraine. “Walrus,” “Polaroid,” 32.

Horel, Steve. “Toronto Dawn,” 12.

Horney, Philip. “Cathedral, Ulm West Germany,” “Bird Fish Birds,” 46.

Horowitz, Mikhail. “Self,” 78.

Hotchkiss, Joanne. “Spring Songs on a Greek Island,” “Where Have You Been,” 4.

Hounshell, William. “Unstill,” 21.

Howard, Alicia marie. “Crossing Manhattan Bridge,” 77. “Today Is All Autumn,” “3.9.2,” 81.

Howard, Hannah. “Men, Monsters, and Mothers,” “A Welcome Home,” “Silent Night,” 86.

Howell, Christopher. “Hot Corner,” “Checkers.” 96.

Hu, Jennifer “Boston,” “Rock-a-bye Baby.” 96.

Hudspith, Vicki. “Incisors of Dawn,” “Casa de Granjeros,” 78. “Whitman Sampler,” “Prom Geisha,” 80. “Cookie Jar,” 86.

Hughes, Deborah. “Depression,” 49.

Hughes, Shannon. “In Memory of Mack Johnson 1977-1994,” “Kite” (prose), 67.

Hughson, Alex. “The Chase,” “Watership Left: A Mexican Revolution,” “Falconnet’s Cupid”, 84. “The Chase,” “Watership Left: A Mexican Revolution,” “Falconnet’s Cupid,” 85.

Humes, Bruce. “white,” 11.

Hunter, Michael Wayne. “California’s Death Row” (Prose), 71.

Hurley, Tim. “songs,” “none may walk the oily shores,” 28.

Hurley, Tom. “A Young Man,” “Motions,” 28.

Hyde, Janine. “The Tracks,” 52.

Hynes, Carina. “Removed,” 97.

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Iacano, Eva. “7:40-2:19 Weekdays,” 41.

Iammartino, Dave. “Pancho and Lefty,” 55.

Ignatow, David. “Lying Quietly,” 38. “The Past,” “Between Us,” 62.

Inez, Colette. “Some Questions for Harry.” 96. “Lines for the City of X’ian,” 101. “The Leap Away.” 109.

Inman, Peter. “Lonesome Flaubert,” 25.

Iwashita, Ann. “Romance,” 87.

J

Jackson, Christopher Mark. “House” [fiction], 56.

Jackson, Gale. “annalee . . . really,” 69.

Jackson, Taj. “Blind Messenger,” 80.

Jaco, Roger. “Capitalistic,” “Brogues,” 41.

Jacobs, Jennifer. “Russell,” 52.

Jacquette, Yvonne. Covers and Portfolio, 88.

Jaeger, Lowell.. “The Cold War at Home,” 102.

Jaffe, Susan. “Hunger Season,” 31.

Jaffee, Marc. “King of Repetition,” “Truth,” “King Car Drove by the Sea,” 82.

Jameson, Jessie. “The Acquirement of Orpheus or Persephone’s Confession,” “the interview,” 104.

Janoff, Ron. “Ode: to CCNY,” “Your Birthday,” 15. “The Old Lady’s Passion,” 16.

Jarcho, Julia Kate. “The Students,” “The Glimmerer,” “Iconography,” 72.

Jarrett, Emmett. “Orpheus in Louisiana,” 1. “Paranoid Poems,” 11. “Formation of Character,” “Getting into Another Head,” “Story on Page 3,” “the urge,” 20. “Learning to Live Together,” “Three Bags Full,” 21. “Hew-Fly, Deep-Lie, Mary-Fish,” 29. “Six Poems for Carol,” 47. “Sunday Morning,” “The 25th of August,” 50-51. “Wild Geese Flying South,” 72. “At Little Portion Friary,” “After Chuang Tzu,” 77. “A Sermon Preached To Sea Gulls In Gloucester, Massachusetts, October 24, 2002,” “Waking And Watching,” “High Tide”, 83. “Earth and Sea and Sky,” 97.

Jebsen, Mara. “In Defense of Nothing,” “White Lady,” 95.

Jeral, Joseph and Skolnick, Gary. “Poems in the Spirit of Orhan Veli” 75.

Jiménez, Vita. “To George Eastman,” “Keep the Change,” 93.”Still Life with Horse.” 96

Jin, Ha. “Reverberation,” “Astrological Signs and Marriage,” “A Revelation,” 68.”Betrayal,” “Lament,” “To Her Sister,” “Wish” (prose) 74.

Johnson, Carolyn. “I Don’t Want to Get Too Famous,” 88.

Johnson, Gabrielle. “Some People Call Her ‘Moo,'” 69.

Johnson, Halvard. “How I Lost You,” 15. “A Good Place for Burying Strangers,” 17. “Sun Waters,” 18. “Self-Portrait,” 22. “A Modified Fish-Hook,” 23. “Six Crossings,” 26. “Winter Journey,” “Improvisations, IV,” 30. “Killing Time,” 37.

Johnson, Honor. “Anger,” “My cousins,” “Legacy,” 25.

Johnson, Jory. Cover artist, 22.

Johnson, Kay. “Three Air Songs,” 4.

Johnson, Lucas. Cover artist, 24.

Johnson, Nicholas. “Land Metal: Spit This Out,” 70.

Johnson, R. A. “Birthday Poem for Kathy,” “The Red Ball,” 15. “The Much That It Does Not Take,” lipoem,” 17. “Proposition: If the Maze Is All There Is,” 20. “Ghost,” “The Veil of Creature,” 22.

Johnson, Stacey Land. “Flood Season,” 65.

Johnson, Thomas. “In the Virgin Piedmont,” 21.

Jonas, Janelle. “In the Shadows,” “Orange Peels Float,” 37.

Jones, P. Alexandria. “Unrequited Fajita,” 82.

Jones, Clare. “Summer,” 90.

Jones, Corbett. Cover artist, 34.

Jones, Hannah. “Discourses”, 84. “Resolutions,” “Untitled,” 86.

Jones, Hettie. “Three Little Love Songs,” “Mother America,” Birthday Presents 1989,” “Civil War,” “Freddie, In Memoriam,” 66. “The Third Poem,” “Lottie and Oscar,” “Welcome to Our Crowd,” “Manhattan Special,” 68.”Love Against Loss,” “Genuflection of the God of Lost Gloves,” “Highway Praise Song,” “October Journey,” “Scenes from the Life of the Water Towers,” “At the Miami Vice Rest Stop,” “Hide” 75. “When What You See Is Not What You Get,” “Ode to My Kitchen Sink,” “Waste Not Want Not,” 79. “Gifts,” “Our Lady of Perpetual Scaffolding,” 86. “Love, H: A Correspondence,” 95.”Under Development,” “Morning Prayer,” “My Body My Bio,” “Past Imperfect,” 100.

Jones, Jennifer. “First Girlfriend” 83.

Jones, Jenny. “Millstone,” “Chestnut,” “Image Retention,” 77.

Jones, John. “Christ before Pilate,” “Tranche de vie,” 1. “For Kaya,” “Poem, Gaziantep, Turkey,” “Poem for a Stranger,” 50-51. “Black Study: Paranoia Poem No. 14,” “For Jack Spicer,” 54. “The Cycle: for Kaya and Cavafy,” 56. “Medium Infraction,” “At the Metropolitan,” “Poem: `The whisky is sulfur,'” “Mexican Journey with Atheist Aesthete and Queer,” 61. “On the Flyleaf of Cavafy’s Complete Poems,” “Sonnet for David [Horny Neighbor],” 62. “For Tommy,” “Sarah Elizabeth Hicks (1868-1964: A Sort of Epitaph,” “Southeast Kentucky Memory,” “Fragments,” 89. “Valedictory,” “Untitled,” “Untitled,” “Brancusi,” “Hearing Mozart in the ‘Sahara of the Bozarts” 94. “A Glimpse at Roethke,” “Lykaon to Achilles,” “ Fanfare to the Common Man,” “Walter Brown,” “Hommes sérieuse et Oiseaux,” “Another, for J.S.” 98.

Jones, Patricia Spears. “In My Father’s House,” 59. “Last Day of Passover, April 2006,” “Blue Saturday,” 90.

Joly, Greg. “Heavily in Air,” 41.

Jordan, Jim. “Heterosexual Sonnet,” 17.

Joselow, Beth. “The Lost Power of Birds,” “The Sea Wife,” 28.

Joseph, Catherine. “Overheard in Divorce Court,” “Flesh-Eaters,” 44.

Joy, Matthew. “A Poem in the Wave,” “Residential Wiskey in Hand,” “Untitled,” “Morning Run,” 73.

Judson, Rebekah. “Arboreal,” 90.

Juhasz, Susan Cartoun. “Anywhere Please” [song], 18.

Jemail, Justin. “Two Poems,” “At First, Your New Baby,” 106.

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Kabakow, Sara. “1407 Sunnyside Lane,” “When You Were Nowhere and Everywhere,” “Again in Your White Chair,” 47.

Kagda, Roshan. “Good Sweet,” “9:31 A.M.” 59.

Kamenetz, Rodger. “Lullaby,” 40. “Drowning,” “Bio”, 84.

Kaminsky, Marc. “For Kivi,” “Shiva for Kivi,” 62.”Into Circulation Again,” “Mutual Aid,” 77. “In Sickness as in Health,” 101.

Kaminsky, Marsha. “Daisy,” 46.

Kane, Daniel. “Hostile Stuff” 74.

Kaplan, Allan. “Bosphorus View,” “Island,” 106.

Kaplan, Edward. “The dying want simple things,” “Time Test,” 3.

Kaplan, Joy. “The two girls are,” “Giraffes,” 60. Untitled (“When she is born”), 62.

Karori, Julietta. “Fair Helen,” “The Ivy,” 25.

Kaschiske, Laura. “Babysitter,” 62.

Kashner, Sam. “he treats his days,” “i can never talk correctly,” “Im going bald,” “In the dark,” “When you come round,” 11. “combing your hair,” “her eyes move,” 13. “visiting you for the,” “your face is like a hospital,” 15. “al capone had,” “kissing you goodbye,” “we dance,” “your life is like,” 17. “for quite a while now,” “i’m busted open,” “an interference,” “my friends/all like to relax,” “there was a time when,” “when archeology comes to your leg,” 19. “the art students league,” “for the children of the nyack n.y. bus tragedy,” “Lisbon at the port of your eyes,” “a transfer,” “womens clothing,” 20. “the beginning of movies,” 21. “from the desk of their love,” “deep in debt,” “give the current your body,” “the imperfect map,” “nothing is drier,” “remote sensing,” “when radio was a young kid,” “your shadow on various walls,” 22. “on choosing a profession,” “you almost/hit the child,” “your hands like small dials,” 23. “the american sportsman,” “comic genius,” “field of vision,” “swollen to a fading moon,” “when the streets/begin to move,” 24. “raising the shade,” “point of departure,” “history of a small- place,” “of the sun,” “the early marriage,” “flaw in the iris,” “first sins,” “Jiggs,” “how the greeks built cities,” “the hook & ladder,” “today everything looks like your mouth,” “Water,” “the closest living relative,” 25. “In Her,” “The Reason I Am a Woman,” “when you stare,” “eyesight, vision, madness,” “the bear/loom poem,” “the reason the wind cannot bear children,” “strangely enough we have crossed borders,” “the false trail,” “first day on the job,” 26. “the orange,” “the light is graded like an egg,” “the sun does not answer,” “the light pours like rum,” “a tramps eyes,” “the skaters,” 27. “flamingoes,” 28. “hot flashes in an empty bed,” “the ham of sleep,” “message from the plain of jars,” “a woman crying into her sculpture” “the mushroom chronicles,” 31. “The Owl,” 32. “eyes,” “my love does not understand,” “i will grow/visions of her hair,” “you have chased me,” “your tongue grows like a leaf,” “you who dance on the shadow of the moon,” “You,” “your hands are the female equivalent of snow,” 35. “Letter Poem to John Ashbery,” “Special Forces,” “Romantic Notion,” 50-51. “The Recruit,” “At the Plinth,” “An Old Puzzle,” “The Lion,” “The Crocodile,” “The Turtle, “Pigeons,” “Cat,” “The Owl,” 60. “Independent Study,” “Appointment at the Louvre,” “In Memoriam to the One Addressed as You,” “As a Bee Leaves the Flower,” 61.

Katz, Elia. “Reynold Stengrow’s Short Story” (story), 2, 3.

Katz, Judy. “I do this,” 12. “The Niche,” “Dear Mind,” “The Haircut.” 109.

Katz, Vincent. “Ruby’s Move,” “Centrale,” “Finishing Touches,” 94. “Place.“ 99.

Kawin, Bruce. “Menu,” “Sestina: Lunch,” 97.

Keizer, Gary. “Black Snake,” 23.

Keller, Ray. “A BB in the Car,” “Time,” 10.

Kelley, David. Photograph of Paul Violi, 100.

Kelly, Margaret. “The Quiet One in the Office,” 87.

Kelsey, Laura. “Daughter to Mother: Dulled November,” 31.

Kemmett, Bill. “Three Haiku,” 41.

Kempher, Ruth Moon. “The Letters from Prattsburg, the Second Letter,” 27. “Before Embarking, There’s a Too Long Wait,” 97. “The Old Man,” “Walking Away,” “Finding Myself an Alien in Philadelphia,” 110.

Kenna, Amy. “Your Crazy Winter,” “Inside the City,” “The Duel” 75.

Kennedy, Sarah. “something new,” 24. “dreams, dreams,” 26.

Kerins, Phillip. “Snuffing,” 28. “The Year Germany Won the World Cup” [story], 31.

Kerman, Judith. “Daughters (II),” “Upstream,” from Mothering: “she goes to her father’s funeral,” “rocking, rocking, rocking, rocking,” “Red Lollipop,” 30.

Keystone. “Fida Fida Fida Fida,” 68.

Khan, Elizabeth. “Selective Memory.” 83. “On the Curative Powers of Hot Peppers”, 84. “Tradition,” “Things They Said about Me in Bhopal,” 90.

Khanna, Vandna. “Stardust,” “Alignment,” 76.

Khavari, Haji . “Black Roses.” 109.

Kicknosway, Faye. “Rabbit Poem II: Tendentious,” “you wake up in the dark and look for,” 19. “Janie (or Unlove): A Diary,” 1st and 2nd selections, 27. “Someone Is Always Dying,” 45. “Little Mysteries,” 87. “Kissing Him’s Like Kissing a Washboard,” 88. “An Old Story,” “Romance,” “Tipsy,” 93. “Return to South Pacific,” “The Ugliness of Sewing,” “Because of Possibles Tipsy,” 110.

Kiechle, Laura. “Marilyn Monroe and Peter Pan in heaven,” “Romeo and Juliet reincarnate”, 84.

Kielb, Alexis. “Fingerprints,” “Eurydice’s Love” 75.

Kilgras, Heidi. “Sheik,” 45.

Kinderman, Beth. “Casey,” 78.

King, Basil. cover artist and artwork, 63.

King, Jon. “Before the Rapture,” “After Visiting the Museum,” “Two Hours Later,” 54.

King, Martha. “Conversations for an Old Man,” [fiction], 58.

Kirby, David. “Monte (Peace in Our Time),” 66. “Love in Vain,” “Scent of a Warrior,” “‘East of the Sun, West of the Moon,’” “Ode to My Backyard,” 95. “My Favorite Foreign Language,” “ Supershopper Kathy,” “Ode to My Enemies (Dance Remix),” “I ª Hot Moms,” “Legion, for We Are Many,” 98. “Good Old Boys,” “Funny Poems,” “The Things We Can’t Have,” 102. “How to Write Poetry,” “Ode to Travel,” “Feet in the Poems of Pablo Neruda,” “Before, During, After,” 104.

Kirkpatrick, Patricia. “The Twenty-Ninth Dream,” “The Room Was Candles,” “Too Light To Be Seen,” 40.

Kistner, Toni. “Salesman after the Sit,” “A Meal,” 42.

kk. “coming to life,” “the harp that once did starve us all,” 25.

Klahr, Myra. “The air/delicious,” 24.

Klein, Diane. “Flags,” 22.

Kligler, Mika. “August,” 102.

Kligler, Zachary, “Caught,” “FBI Captures Bat Boy,” 107.

Kloefkorn, William. “Some Directions for the December Touring of West-Central Nebraska,” 12.

Klokker, Jay. “Whale Watch: Beyond the Harbor,” “Ghazal: Energy lazes around turning into Matter,” “Dangerous Facts,” 53.

Knight, Arthur Winfield. “Veronica’s Advice,” 56.

Knight, Etheridge. “Last Words by ‘Slick’,” 47.

Knox, Caroline. “Marina, Mary, Frances,” “Andirons,” 87. “Oldest Dog,” “Dove,” “Hooke’s Law,” Line Poem,” 91. “Wildwood Flower,” “At Midnight the Sound,” 95.“Giant Culinary Otters,” 97. “Islands and Bridges,” 102. “Added Concern With External Nature,” 103 “Watershed,” 106. “Manganese,” “Who.” 109. “They Have Been Swimming,” 110.

Kobylecky, Jim. “Love Poem IX,” “The Magician,” “Remember Diane,” 18. “Homage to Michaelangelo,” “Love Poem–with geese in Mexico,” “My Life in One Small Room,” 21.

Koch, Katherine.. “Love and Irony: Postcards from a Child of the New York School,” 102.

Koch, Michael. “At the Party,” “Sonny Boy,” 108.

Koestenbaum, Wayne. “April in Venice,” 88.

Koethe, John. “A Coupla Yeggs,” 106.

Kogan, Vanessa. “Finding the Sky” 75.

Kohn, Mindy. “The China-man died a Sunday in June,” 1. “Longtime nurse,” “The tin-cup lady,” 5-6. “The pushcart stands like some private,” “wind-weary, ocean-spent,” 7. “Solomon Adler’s” “how can i tell you how it is,” 11.

Kompatzki, Anuschka. “The Color of Your Eyes,” 62.

Kondoleon, Harry. “The Execution of You,” 45.

Konieczkowski, David. “East Jordan,” “There is Water Here That Burns,” “Marvin,” 79.

Konovalov, Zoe. “Jug,” “Marrow,” 70.

Koo, Jason. “American Limousine,” 80.

Kook, Hyejung. “Not a Flower,” 100.

Koong, Joanne,“Lo Siento, Profesora,” “Matchbox Racecars,” “This Time We’ll Go to KFC,” 101.

Krailler, Jim. “Dripping,” “The Inheritance,” “The Goal,” “The Formulist,” 26. “Note to Two Loves,” “Dreaming of Friends,” 29.

Kramer, Bernard. “Grandmother,” “The Guitar,” “Haiku,” “The Morning,” 5-6. “After a Lecture by Swami Satchadananda,” 21.

Kramer, Karen. “Lloreda, Llorar, Lluvia,” 62. “Untitled (in a dream I was wearing a robe)” (prose), 65.

Kramer, Lori. “Miriam,” “A Boy,” 44.

Kresh, David. “Idylls,” 28.

Krewer, Drew. “Underestimating the Child,” “Rain,” “The Zipper,” 79.

Krieger, Don. “after Edgar Allen Poe,” 12.

Krusoe, James. “round (two voices),” “mr. coon,” 24.

Krut, Kayla. “Self-Study I: Hands, Palms Up,” “For e. e. cummings,” “Rondeau for M. K.,” 91.

Kuenstler, Frank. “Sophocles (Simmias),” 16.

Kumar, Mina. “Curried Rhythm” (prose), “After a Decade, and Pregnant, You Call Your Mother” (prose), “Among the Gopis” (prose), 65. “I Give You a Gift That Is Completely,” “Trade” (prose), 66.

Kurka, Mira Teru. “Under which heading does all this information go?” 35.

Kurlander, Amy. “A Librarian” [story], 26.

Kurtz, Holly. “Anorexia,” “The Best Day of My life,” 56.

Kurzwell, Paul. “Ayling,” 59.

Kushner, Bill. “December,” 65.

Kuster, Tessa. “Fatigues,” “Ode to an Umbrella,” 94.

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Laba, Regina. “Poem Accompanying an Allergen-Free Birthday Dessert,” 77.

LaBerge, Peter. “from Summer Slices: 16 (Hoboken),” “When Your Father Calls You Crying-,” “Lightning,” “Charlotte as Husk,” “Elegy for Georgia,” 103.

Lahikainen, Linda. “January Thaw,” 26. “Expectancy,” “Finns in North America,” 29.

Lakowski, Kate. “inspiration,” 20.

Lally, Michael. “Babe Ruth Never Blinks…” “Nothing To Do But Lie Here and Come Apart” [prose], “Total Assault,” “Weatherman Blues (1968),” 19. “for four years,” “New Years 1973 with Emily Dickinson,” “Rules,” 23. “The Definite Article, The Indefinite Article, and the Genuine Article,” “This Is Me Speaking,” “Just Cooling,” 40. “4.24.86,” 50-51. “The San Francisco Sonnets (1962),” 104.

Lambert, Diane. “Crisp, heart-cutting whites,” 37.

Lance, Jeanne. “Hegira,” 49.

Landau, Carolyn C. “Kessell,” [story], 88.

Lander, Jessica. “Backgammon,””Braiding”, 86.

Landau, Rebecca. “Windcave National Park,” “Elegy,” “D.N.E.” “Knowledge Questions,” 103.

Lane, Patrick. “Poem for a Gone Woman,” “Mountain Oysters,” “Red Rose Wine,” “San Francisco Hotel Window 1969,” 11. “Picture against My Wall,” “Gray John,” 12.

Lane, William. “It Is November 29th and the First Day of the Deer Season,” “As the Sun Goes Down a Week before Christmas,” 32. “Reality Is Like a Greased Flag Pole,” “Night Applies Pressure Water Boils in the Pan,” 34. “Nights Without You,” “Distances, Silences, Circles,” 35. “Sister Animal,” “In August I Was the/weed farmer,” 36. “The Apple Priest,” 40. “Salamander,” 50-51. “Praise for the Forest of Your Hair,” “The Accident,” 60.

Laney, Ruth. “Hot Nights,” “New Wife,” “Sunday in Bogue Chitto,” 23.

Lange, Aimee, “People You May Encounter Here,” “Soozie Floozie,” 61.

Lapidus, Jacqueline (Jacqueline Fakinos). “Titus’ Skull,” “Excavation,” “Thursday Lullaby,” 4. translator, “And the Poor Shall Inherit,” 4. translator, “The Comb,” 10. “A Map of Greece,” “Maroussi 1970,” 13. “Wrong -Number,” 18. “Rereading Earlier Poems,” “Thunderstorm,” 20. “Autonomous Women,” “Love is not one of those countries where you can be sure of the weather,” 26. “Several Hypotheses and a Proposition,” 27. “Lisboa,” “Daddy,” “Yellow Poem,” 32. “Breakfast, October,” “Betrayal,” 35. “Parc Montsouris,” “Tortoise,” 38. “Penelope,” “Privileged Resident,” 40. “Imported Gifts,” 48. “Mithmna/Molyvos,” 50-51.

Lardner, Emily. “Baptismal Pseudonyms”, 84.

Larkin, Joan. “Rape Memory,” “Translation,” “Notes on Sex without Love,” “A Qualification: Pat H.,” 48. “Want,” “Breathing You In,” “In the Dutchess,” “Niqht, St. Mark’s Place,” 63. “Across the Table,” “Storyville,” “Virage,” 87. “Corridor,” “Eye of Newt,” “Reservoir,” “White Iron Bed,” “St. Pete.” 96. ”Here Comes,” ”Chicken,” ”The Porch,” ”Trough.”99.

Larkin, Tanya. “Transport,” “Skaz,” “Essay on Style (III),” “Baby Epic,” 92.

Larsen, Lance. “Let the Hungry,” “Things That Float,” “Horse Hands,” “Aphorisms for a Lonely Planet,” 108.

Larson, Jennifer. “Brandon Fenski was my first boyfriend in First Grade,” “4/13,” “In 1995,” “Long Toenails” 83.

Lassell, Michael. “Keenings: after Rilke (lamentations for baritone and chorus),” 46. “For John, since I cannot be his lover,” 49. “Times Square Poems,” 50-51. “Dancing Days,” 56. “Body of Work,” 68.

Lateef, Nora L. “The Blind Spot,” 37.

Lau, Evelyn. “Separations,” “Math Classroom,” 49. “Bobby-Pin Scratches,” “John,” “The Quiet Room,” 52.

Laufman, Dudley. “Bee Hunt,” “It’s Sunday Again,” 16. “Drought,” “Bringing in Wood,” “Soybean.” 83.

Lawrence, Nora. “Headlights,” “May Eighth, Van Cortlandt Park,” “Fourteen,” 71.

Lax, Robert. “Kalymniad, Part II,” 4. “Homage to Wittgenstein,” 13. “one island,” 29. “a/thin/white/line,” “strikes/through/air,” “while/ raining/here,” 40. “cloud/o/ver/hill,” “black bird,” “all/or/der,” “at/the/top/of/the/night,” 44. “Ar/gu/men/ta/tion,” 50-51.

Le Bel, Natasha. “Blind Man Studying His Lover,” “Foot Fire Burn Dance,” “Boxing the Female,” 66.

Leavell, Jeff. “Mona,” “He was standing in the window..,” [prose], 52.

Lechevsky, Julie. “I’m a Serious Something,” “The Good Life,” 78. “So Second,” 80.

Lechner, Laura A. “Holding Up,” 38.

Le Croy,Jane. ”The Best Pick-Up Line I Ever Heard,” ”The Ropes.” 99. “Molten Core,” “View Master,” “Honeysuckle,” 101.

Lee, Annie. “Letter to a Ghetto Boy Three Thousand Miles Away,” “Regal-Concubine,” “Wrist” 74.

Lee, Helen Elaine. “Life Without,” 92.

Leed, Jacob. “Two Poems from ‘Looking at Chinese Pictures,'” 43.

Leggat, Graham. “Wood Hymn,” 43.

Leggett, Stephen. “Lovecraft,” 19. “Fire Days,” 26.

Leham, David. “A Conversation with Paul Violi (2010),” 103.

Lehman, David. “Five Poems from Spring Days 2000,” 78. “After Catullus,” 87. “Poem in the Manner of Contemporary American Fiction,” “The Count,” “Fuck You, Foucault,” “Poland of Dreams,” 100. “Panama Hat,” “Poem Not in the Manner of Emily Dickinson,” “Time to Go,” “News That Stays News,” 108. “Daily Poems from 2000,” 110.

Leight, Peter. “Disclaimer,” 103.

Lehnert, Richard. “The Last of You,” “Young Woman Driving Topless” 74.

LeMieux, Dotty. “Experience,” “the panes of the window cut into sixths,” “The Scrimshaw Man,” 30.

Lejeune, Sarah. “Daddy,” “Response to Louder than Bombs,” “Smilepilfer,” “Untitled.” 99.

LeMon, Richard. “From Scandanavia, Health,” 14.

Lenhart, Gary. “Chemists,” “Larry,” “Michigan,” “This Cumbrous World of Wheels,” 54. “Cinderella,” “Peekaboo,” “Just Off the Bus,” “Granddad,” “Louise,” 63. “Father and Son Night,” (prose) 67. “Cinderella,” “Peekaboo,” “Just Off the Bus,” 68.”Family Joke,” “Fingers,” “Body Language,” “Platonic Paddle,” “The Destruction of the Northern Forest,” “Mouth Almighty,” “Obituary,” “Persian Set,” 72. “A Note on Wallace Stevens and William Carlos Williams,” “Communion,” “Garbage and Gravy,” “The Rosary,” 86. “Combat.”96“Jack,” “Look Around!” “Google Bruegel,” 97. “The Three Graces,” “Judy MacGruther,” 101. “Glare,” “What Did He Find in Books?,” “So Sad,” 110.

Lerner, Ben. “Big Bang,” “In My Grandmother’s House,” 71.

Levertov, Denise. “The Wings,” 1. “Joie de Vivre,” 12. “Gandhi’s Gun (and Brecht’s Vow),” “Tbe Good Dream,” 13. Introduction to Viktor Ourin, 17. Editor of special section, 21. “Death Psalm: O Lord of Mysteries,” 33. “Seers,” “Seeing for a Moment,” 42. Editor, special supplement, with introduction and notes, “Poems from Denise Levertov’s Mailbox,” 43. “An Estrangement,” “Ceremonies,” “Variations on a Theme by Rilke (The Book of Hours, Bk I, 1),” 50-51. “Kresch’s Studio,” 103.

Levi, Jan Heller. “Unlucky,” “Because We Like the Maps,” 100.

Levin, Lynn. “The Trials of Love,” “The Book of Maples,” 80.

Levin, Talia. “The Search Through Cold Places,” “Burning, Winter 1998,” “How to Be a Shaina Madel,” 89.

Levine, Amy. “Irreverance,” [prose] 97.

Levine, Barry. “such veined and hairy wings,” 12.

Levine, Judy. “pull out this/hard heavy feeling,” 21.

Levine, Matthew. “Nightmare,” 11.

Levitin, Alexis. Translator, “Arson,” by Alexandre O’Neill,” 47.

Levoy, Myron. “Watts,” 1.

Levy, Bruno. “Atmosphere Entry Poem…,” “A Carnival of Wind-Riders,” 14.

Levy, John. “Watching Mosquitoes on a Late Afternoon,” 22. “Bill, ” “Talking to a Friend,” “Variations on a Theme,” 26.

Lew, Christopher. “Country,” “Missile,” “Faculty Christmas Party at Webster Middle School” 75.

Levy, Kathryn. “The Bare Facts,” 104.

Lew, Emma. “Ancient Strawberries,” “Bungalows,” “Before Heraldry,” “Little Sister,” “They Flew Me in on the Concord from Paris,” 68. “Loquax Ludi,” “Riot Eve,” 72.

Lew, Walter.  “Driving Back from the Rosy-Fingered Berkshires,” “18 Generations at Ssang-Ryong,” 73.

Lewandowski, Stephen. “Transmigration,” “The Scholar Chops Wood,” 27. “Field,” “Without Words: El Joglars,” 35. “Tug Hill,” “Second Coming by Bus,” 38.”Looks in His Salad Bowl,” 58. “Work,” “Up Here,” 87. “Gift of Irises,” “Compost Heap in the Backseat or How I Became a Naturalist,” “Admiring Secret Admirer,” “Sally Won’t Let Me Clear the Old Pasture,” 89. “Meeting the Bear,” 92. “Shadows,” “Joseph Smith,” 9. “Bishop Preserve.” 96 “Where Deer Lie Down,” “Lunch Break,”98. ”Where Deer Lie Down.” 99. “Self-Mocking Bird,” 106. “FIGHT!,” “At Your Funeral.” 109. “Matts Lunch,” “Pleasures of Living Alone,” 110.

Lewis, Joel. “A Dharma Talk by Johnny Roseboro, Co., March 23, 1983,” 56. “End Time Bagels,” “Wallington (New Jersey Elegy),” 64. “Back at the Dojo,” “Hoboken Early Sunday Morning,” “The Tito Puente Story,” 68.  “From In Hoboken,” 73. “On the Decommissioning of Pluto as a Planet,” “Birth of the Jew,” “Untitled,” “The Establishing of Metaphor of My Career As a Social Worker,” 80. “During the Administration of Governor Brendan Byrne,” “The Brain,” “Approaching the Ferry Terminal,” “The Origins of My Social Marginalization,” 91.“Gloria’s Step,” “Initiation,” “Spanky Bannon Takes His Famous Pan-Fried Bologna Sandwich off the Menu,” 97. “Late November, Staten Island,” “Flip Top,” 104.

Lewis, Kurt. “Grapefruit” (prose), 44.

Lewis, W. Mark. “The Chance,” “Two-Lane Vision,” “Wife Power,” 15.

Lifshin, Lyn. “A New Turning Away From,” “what we grow away from,” 7. “I’d Like to Live Here a While,” “Here,” “More Reasons for Staying,” “Stay Here,” 10. “Fear,” “the girl who disappeared in the trees,” “I Guess She’s Feeling Some of That,” “I Know but I Keep Forgetting,” “It Goes by a Window a,” “Like Pine, like those Boats,” 15. “Didn’t You,” “The Five Places Dream,” “Like Masaccio’s,” 17. “The Angry Blues,” “Do You Know What You’re,” “Ellis Island Photographs,” “Women Who Sit Along the Beach,” 22. “North Poems; denbigh,” “The Past Few Nights the Dreams Have Buried Themselves Deep in Deeper Dreams,” “The Sister’s Testimony,” “Testimony,” 24. “Yessing and Yes Sums,” 26. “Divorce is only natural,” “Paper Clips and Rings instead of Fingers,” “You Must Know,,” “The Mad Girl’s Paranoia on Wayne St,” “Bess, Bess,” “Wanting to Get Rid of the Glass,” “Slicing Fruits with the Snow Outside Falling,” 28. “More Things You Can’t Do with a Lover,” “Inside out Madonna,” “1945,” “Blue Woman Blues,” 29. “Yellow Poem,” “Barre 1941,” “When What Seems Nicest Is Sleeping,” “White and Gold,” “I’ve Written About My Mother’s Gone Knife How,” “White Hair and Fleas,” “Mother’s Song,” “Something About the Softest,” “1959 Silver Jaguar,” 34. “After 8 Years of the Panic Bees Swarming Making Hives,” “Going Thru the Park in Middlebury,” “When My Teeth Rot,” “Valentine Love Potion,” “Hanging On Madonna,” 36. “These Hot Muggy Nights Middlebury,” “The Old Dog,” “White Monday,” 37. “An Absence of Man, “I Should Have Known When He Ate the One Provolone Sandwich,” 40. “The Dream When I First Woke Up,” 44. “My Mother and the Oranges,” 49.

Lifson, Martha Ronk. “Columbus, Ohio, 1949,” “Sitting in Juan’s restaurant all afternoon, La Paz,” “A Female Ghost Speaks to Me and Says,” 38.

Lillehei, Juliana. “Winged Piggies,” “The Gospel of Irene,” 107. “To My Father’s Boyhood Days,” 108.

Lindo, Stephen. “B.” 63.

Lindsey, Karen. “Allergy,” 20.

Lineberger, Jame. “I Will Not Let Thee Go, Except Thou Bless Me,” 61.

Linet, Valerie. “Heat,” “Wanting a Chimpanzee,” 65.

Linmark, R. Zamora. “Maria’s Prayer,” “Naming the Surface,” “The Superstar Talks to Her Award-Winning Role, Flor Contemplación,” 78. “Screening Desire,” “A Letter to Urbana in America from Her Seventy-Year-Old Sister Felisa,” “This Poem Is Called ‘Waiting, Or the Problems of Using Metaphors in Confessional Poems,’” 85. “This Should Remain Untitled until Further Notice,” “Ingmar Bergman: A Personal Essay,” “Probable Cause,” “After Douglas Sirk’s Written on the Wind,” 89. “Irregardless: A Pantoum,” 94. “Palmero,” 95. “New Year’s Eve,””  On Beauty, “Some Kind of Wonderful,” 98. “Slightest,” “For Jane B,” “Loneliness for Advanced Beginners,” 101. “On a Bed of James,” “A Forecast,” “Lately,” 102.

Linton, Katherine. “When I Was Fourteen,” “Dream Rats,” “Untitled,” 106.

Liotta, Christine. “Toward Avenue D,” 58.

Liu-Tsung-yuan. “Snow on the River,” 18.

Livshits, Mike. “Red & Brown Beard,” “Is Burning,” “Ma Melts Things, Has an Orgasm,” 78.

Lloyd, Seth. “some fun games,” “Two girls screaming,” 37.

Lo, Han-Yeh Katharine. “Journey,” 77.

Lockwood, Margo. “Wild men in denim jackets come to see us,” 19. “Psychology. It gives me pause,” “To live at ‘World’s End,'” 20. “Analysis and a blue and white jug,” “Uppers, downers,” 24. “December eclipse,” 26.

Loden, Rachel. “Against Love,” “Poem (I am tired of hearing about the deaths of male poets),” “When you become that cold sullen creature man,” 20.

Loeb, Karen. ”The Last Horse,” ”Tables.” 99.

Loewinsohn, Ron. “The Bridge at Bratislava,” “Missa Brevis,” “Song,” 10.

Logan, Cynthia. “Dame Tantalus,” “The Stillborn,” 2.

London, Jonathan. “Early Morning Chat with My Ex,” 24.

Long, Robert. “The Death of Mantovani,” 29. “Snowed In,” 35.”Jack Benny,” “Little Black Dino,” 70 .

Lopez, Manuel Paul. “Mundo Meets the World,” 81.

Lopes, Michael. “The Circle Pools,” “Heading East,” 7. “History of a Habit,” “The Loss,” “Seventh Night in the Madhouse,” “Shaving (in the Asylum),” 19. “Improvisation on Two Lines of Student Poetry,” “Marriage,” 21. “Three Nights,” “The People on My Street,” 28. “Sketch from a Small Town,” “Fishing,” 33. “September Song,” “Spring Forward, Fall Back,” 43. “T.W.A.M.,” “She Said/I Said/We Said/I Thought She Thought I Thought,” “An Offering,” 48. “In the Blue Dolphin,” 50-51.

Lopez, William. “Brambles,” “Lemonade,” “For Reform but in Defense of the Love Poem” 74.

Loranger, Richard. “Song Of Luna,” “Poems For A Centralized Church” 83.

Lorber, Brendan. “126 East 4th ,” “823 President,” “250 Vesey” 75.

Lorde, Audre. “Martha,” 17.

Lourie, Dick. “Suite (three love poems),” “reprise,” “dreaming of Queens,” “scenario: kill Viet Cong,” 7. “A Scene from the Movie They Made of Che’s Life,” “bad day together,” “September 20,” 8. “charges,” “letter, July 16th,” “Toby’s Song,” 17. Afterword to collective poems, 22. “What It’s Like Living in Ithaca New York,” “In the Revolution,” “Living in the net,” “Invocation to My Muse,” 31. “ten answers chosen at random to the question ‘why do you write so many political poems?'” “forty,” “September 1978,” 36. “Friends in Dreams,” “Rock and Roll Rhythm and Blues,” 50-51. “The Perfect Blend,” 71. “All Coffee Makers,” 78. “Letters to the Dead: Ron Schreiber,” 86.“If the Delta Was the Sea,” “Whose Dark Night,” 93.”Letters to the Dead: Clarence Clemons,” 100.

Lourie, Iven. “chicago north side poems,” 16. “The Eggplant Sonata,” 24. “Noche Con Mimosas,” 34.“Volcano’s Edge,” 97.

Love, Andrew. “Utterance,” “Walking,” 57.

Lovejoy, Brittany Nichole. “Ryan Lake” 83.

Lowe, Charles. “The State Newscast at Ten,” 90.

Lowery, Joanne. “Backward Poem,” “November Inventory,” 65.

Lowry, John. “Don’t Ask,” “The Easy Way,” “The Joy of Serving,” 47. “Day of Infamy,” “Point of Disorder,” 49. “Early Sunday Morning,” 53. “Life Is a Beach,” 56.

Luterman, Alison. “Sustain,” 94.

Luttinger, Abigail. “Mother’s Day,” 30.

Lynch, Charles. “Making Trouble,” 24.

Lyon, Lilla. “I Lilla Lyon,” “Potluck,” 72. “Mt. Vernon Street,” “Getaway,” 76.

Lyons, Jacqueline. “Acclimation,” “What I Burned,” “Bus Stop, Lesotho, Southern Africa,” 79. “A Map For Finding A House,” “Talking With Toka,” 81. “1964,” 93.

M

Ma Prem Madhuri. See Akin, Katy.

MacAfee, Norman. Cover and artwork, 65.”Bowery Rembrandt: The Photographs of Nancy Miller Elliott” (memorial), “Wanderers” 74.

Maccabee, Lillian. “A Love Letter to Lillian,” 53.

MacDonald, Rob. “The Bells,” 91.

MacKenzie, Jean West. “I Call My Conscience Grandmother,” 1. “Premonition,” 5-6.

Macklin, Cerene. “Convalescent Home.” 45.

MacVean, Kate. “One for Burning,” “Aperture,” 56.

Madhuri, Ma Prem (Katy Akin). “Why I’d Like to Cut It,” “In Portland, OR,” “Untitled,” 92.

Maffeo, Jamie Dahill. “Swimming in a Glass Bowl,” “Different Kinds of Cleanliness.” 99.

Magneson, Moira. “Death Deluxe,” “Mom Drives Fast,” 86. “Magnitude 7.1,” “True Grit,” 89.

Magrey, Erica. “When I was Four,” “the first time,” “dear tony,” 68.

Mahoney, MaryJo. “B Unit,” 48.

Mahony, Phillip. “Medical Examiner’s Morgue, New York, 11/20/80,” 44. “Bushwick Names,” “Fabien,” 47.

Maines, Rachel. “as fire-time comes,” “Dallas Highway, Black Angus,” “we/melt/glass,” 12.

Makkink, Herman. “The Panny Party” (story), 5-6.

Mallin, Rupert. Statement on poetics; “The Fear of Functions,” “The Fat of My Pursuits,” “Soil,” 48.

Manfred, Freya. “I Hate You, You Man,” “What Do You Want To Do on Saturday?” 25.

Mann, James.. “Poor Deaf Brahmin Child,” “Monsoon Night,”104.

Mann, Jim. “Moon Notes,” 12.

Mannarino, Frank. Cover art and Portfolio of Paintings, 58.

Marcus, Morton. “Waking,” “The Seduction of the Trees,” “In That Case,” “The Ultimate Place of Exile,” 68. “Blinking,” “The Head,” “Waitresses,” “Calendar,” 70.”The Statue in the Park,” “What’s in a Name,” “Hand Gestures,” “Laundromat” [all prose] 74. “Visions,” 79. “That Morning,” “The Blessing,” “Balzac,” “The Eternal Mystery Is As Mysterious…” 80. “The Greeting.” 83. “The Man with the Moustache,” 85. “The Endless Sentence,” “The Minute,” 88. “Unlighted Rooms,” “When She Slept,” “Those Little Lost Things,” 90.”Give and Take,” “Summer, 1953,” “White Castle, 1954,” “Bear Prints,” “What I Wanted from Women,” “Listening to Lou Harrison’s Suite for Violin & American Gamelan Shortly after the Composer’s Death,” “Our Neighbor in the Mountains.” 96

Marinovich, Filip. “Tootache and Australia Fantasy,” “Sandy,” 63.

Marlin, Jeffrey. “Samuel Albert” (story), 5-6.

Marsden, Carolyn. “Butterfly,” “Defending Ourselves, Karate at the Women’s Center,” 35.

Martin, Eliza. “Untitled,” 91.

Martin, Patrick . “Climbing the Red Apple Supermarket,” “Truffles” 83.

Martinson, Harry. “After,” “Back Home,” “Cable Ship,” “The Earth Worm,” “In the Country,” 9.

Marx, Lucy. “I am my own cave,” 12.

Masarik, Albert E. “Herd of Buffalo at the Delaware River,” “A White Horse,” 11. “2 rhinos, 13. “Feeling Good,” “Pagan Jones,” 15.

Mason, David. “Six Poems” by Yiorgos Chouliaras, translator, 63.

Masterman, Gwenn. “Gypsy Symphony,” 35.

Matson, Clive. “Nightmare,” “Some Game,” “This Morning the Dumps,” 5-6. “The card reading,” “A Dream of Pegasus,” 11. “The Haze,” 18. “Blocked In Contrasts,” 34. “Six Short Love Poems,” “Feint and Jab,” 38. “Wind Flamed,” 44. “Early Love,” “Dream of Rebirth,” 50-51. “Molecule Daisies,” “Motion Grasshoppers,” 59. “Slope Breast,” “Back Words,” 63.

Mattern, Grace. “Rebuilding,” 60.

Matthews, Sebastian. “hide away closing act,” “Night thoughts,” 42. “Hideaway Revisited,” 43. “Got Those Crazy Cary Grant Blues Again,” “Neither Hawk nor Buzzard,” 85.

Maurer-Alvarez, Pansy. “I Slept through the Rush Hour Alone,” “Like Grand Central Station,” “On Reading ‘Days and Nights’ by Kenneth Koch,” “On Saint Martinien’s Day, July 2, 1993,” 66. “This Sure Isn’t the Pennsylvania Turnpike,” “Darleme’s,” “Midday Paris Saturday,” “Angels in the Alpine Mode,” 67.”See the Cathedrals!,” “The Silence of Nights in Streets with Sonorous Pavements,””From the Airport Night,” “This Person, That Thing,” “Words and Great Ways of Sound,” “Light May Crack Through in Several Ways,” 70. “Pain the Day Came,” “You Think Out of Control,” “Consider This,” 73. “Near Locmariaquer,” “From “A Discourse for Christian,” “Rush of the Wind,” 76. “Still Life (Empire State), 1945,” 77. “le tango est une danse très humaine,” “So Muscular Are We,” “How the City of Salisbury Which Later Becomes Bronze,” 79. “Venus De Milo Thanks to the French,” “La Nascita di Venere,” 80. “In Memory of the Unclaimed,” “Of Say, Berlin,” 88. “The Beautiful Spelling of Common Words like ‘Paranoia’ and ‘Camouflage,’” “Poem Beginning with the First Line of a Poem by a Friend,” “Valediction,” 93 “Pomegranate,” “Carnations (I),” “Carnations (II).” 96 “Interim,”  “The Doors Swing Open,””The Curtains Opened,” 98.

May, Maya. “He Makes It Difficult to Stay on the Spiritual Path,” “Ex Communication,” 91.

Mayers, Dana. “Cold Beach,” “Bullseye,” “White Wax Burning,” 53.

McCann, Richard. “Departure,” “Masks and Explanations,” 22. “Dreams of Absence, Men,” 31.

McCann, Sarah. “Concrete Mixing,” “Robert Frost as Father,” 66.

McCarron, Andrew. “The Automaton,” 89. “My Birth,” “Mysterium,” 93.”Love in Late Empire,” 101.

McArthur, Cathy. “Sorry Day,” 95.

McCullough, Laura. “The Fatman’s Landscape,” 93.

McCurdy, Carol. “Mockingbird,” 76.

McDaniel, Wilma Elizabeth. “A Gift,” “Grandpa Recalled,” 39. “Angelic Perspective,” “Abdication Day,” “Poets and Bottles,” 44. “Bass at Migrant Creek,” “Fronie Has Lost the War,” “Writing Poetry on New Paper,” “A Green Grape Pie,” 47. “Priorities,” “Appearances,” “Pastor for a Day,” 49. “Scouting with Playmates, 1932,” “Farm Children in the Grip of 1933,” “Hired Girl’s Pet,” “The Long Wait,” “Theatrical Names,” “Wings,” 50-51. “Library Patrons,” “Conversion and Baptism of a Biker,” 52. “Who Else,” “Reading a Name Thought to be Defunct,” 53. “Bakersfield Theology,” “April 17, 1987,” “Subject Matter,” 54. “Funeral of a Portuguese Miller,” “Nine-Year-old Oklahoman Addicted to Writing Poetry,” “A Woman Disappears,” “Unmatched,” “Changing Employment,” “Remembering Mama While Washing Gift Cups,” “Alias,” 58. “Family Connections,” “Incident Before Visiting Professor’s Lecture,” “Holiday Accomodations,” 61. “Breaking the Drought,” “Our Neighbor Neil,” “Sweat,” “All I Saw Was Painted Fruit,” “My Favorite Paperweight,” 63. “A Country Dream Maker,””Child Training,” “November Evening,” “Union Dues–Dec. 22 ‘ 1993,” “Lunch in Skipper’s,” “Bible Stories,” “Spiritual Direction,” “Predators,” 66. “Remembering,” “Opal 9-30-95,” “Reprimand at Rosewood Manor 7-2-95,” “A Blustery Palm Sunday in Tulare, California 4-9-95,” 69. “Friendship Fracture,” “Floral Sickness,” “Waiting Game 1926,” “A Mother’s Vocation,” 70.”Vineyard Phantasy,” “Fastidious Leonard,” “My Landlady Brings Me and Easter Gift,” “My Brother and His Barber,” 74. “Vineyard Vacation,” “Maybe I Am All Wrong,” “I Have My Own Ideas,” “Surprise,” “Bad Timing” 75. “Recollections of Homestead Uncle,” “The Zane Grey Secret,” 76 .”Could I Stop There,” “Out of the Mouths of Bail Bondsmen,” “A Clerical Collar,” “Late Spring for a Catholic,” “Sister Beulineís Advice,” [prose poem], “August 24, 1980,” [prose poem], 77. “They Gave Me a Chair Beside the Fire,” “General Confession,” “After Taking Night Medication 8/18, 10:15 P.M.,” “Dust Devils at Big Sur,” “Annual Risk,” “Ritual on Mayfair Street, July 1993,” “An Only Brother,” “Thoughts on the Trinity, February 14, 2000.” 81. “A Splendid Gift of China,” “First Home For Middle-Aged Honeymoon,” “Courtsey.” 83. “Bartering With Spirit At Midnight”, 84. “A Narrow Bed,” “A First Cousin,” “Bartering with Saint at Midnight,” 85. “Reading Obits on a Chilly Afternoon,” “Praising Women at the Moon Festival,” “Missing Originals,” “Results,” “Veracity,” “Colors,” “What Flighty Woman,” “Visit to Dermatologist,” 86.

McDermott, Jeremiah. “The Night We Met,” 45.

McDonald, Gary. “House on Stromboli,” 21.

McDonell, Dan. “late show,” 20.

McDonough, Jill. “Sealing Woodrow,” 108.

McFall, Gardner. “Russian Tortoise,” 89. “Half-Open Door,” “Family Tale,” “Linda Norton Stain,” “The Burnt Lands,” “My Mystic,” “Small Square,” “Ruth,” “Dark White,” 107.

McFalls, Becky. “Ode to My Mother Come Back from the Dead,” “This Morning Still Quiet,” 98.

McGlynn, Katherine. Cover artist; portfolio of photographs, 48. Photographs, 50-51. Photographs, 60.

McGookey, Kathleen. “Whatever Shines,” “Wet Velvet,” 78. “Siege” 83. “Story Time,” “Ghost Story,” 103.

McGraw, Hatsy. “Man: Variation in Words”, 84.

McIntire, Alex H. “Webster,” 11.

McKeown, Tom. “American Scene,” “Waiting Out the Night,” 14.

McLaughlin, Mark. “doolb,” 37.

McMillan, Ian. Statement on poetics; “Two Miners Pass in Opposite Directions at Daybreak,” “The Politics of the Glimpse,” “The Harsh Stink of Mythical European Gypsy Violins,” 48.

McMullen, Richard E. “Undergardener,” 20. “My Grandmother’s Anger,” 32. “The Next Question,” 65. “Double Solitaire,” 79.

McNair, Wesley. “Thinking about Carnevale’s Wife,” 17.

McNay, Chelsea. “Our Words,” “Year,” 93.

McNulty, Tim. “Planting Seedlings Across the Canal from Trident,” “Two Puddle Sutra,” “I Consider once More the Walls,” “Ode to the Goddess on the Morning of First Spring Light,” 38. “After Losing the Bid…,” “Old Town,” 45.

McPhee, Linda. “Bread and Roses,” 43.

Meacham, Jacob. “Lullaby,” 88.

Mealer, Bryan. “Lost Dog,” 64.

Medina, Pablo.”The Forest,” “Night of Legs,” “Spring and Mall,” “Playa Norte,” “Morning Glories.”96. “Thing-In-Itself,” “Saint Walt,” “Saint of Morphine,” 103. “Who Wins Out,” “Love Poem with Octopus,” “Memory and the Angels.” 109.

Megged, Matti. “The Waiter,” [short story], 76.

Meier, Richard. “Battery Mate,” 72.

Melendez, Jesus Papoleto. “The Loneliest of Loneliness,” 13. from “living in the loves of the ghetto people,” “street poetry,” 14.

Meltzer, Virginia. “Those Shoes,” 82.

Melvin, Greg. “Lost My Hat,” 68

Mennecke, Wayne. “Tuolumne Meadows” (prose), “Blear” 75.

Mernit, Susan. “The Field Madonna,” 9. “Please Tell Me Where the Clever Goes,” “The Prisoner,” 11. “The Gym Teacher Plays Goalie,” 16. “Poem (I have a tiny pale scar),” 21.

Mesches, Arnold. Covers, Art Portfolio, 95.

Meslow, Ellie. “Bliss,” “Falling,” 72.

Mesmer, Sharon. “Cafe Ennui,” 59. “As If,” “The Origins of My Individuality,” “The Wench is Willing,” “Twin,” “Memorare,” 73. “Pederastoria,” “On Holiday,” “What It Is,” “La Luz,” 82. with David Bochart.”Madam Bowery.” (Cartoon Story) 83. “Stupid University Job,” “Tourist in Phantom America—a five minute event,” “Good Sleepin’ Weather,” “Begin Transition,” 92 . “fromMetaxu,” 98. “A Wedding Song,” 104.

Metz, Roberta. “Why She Didn’t Marry the Butcher,” 32.

Meyer, Bob. “Nothing,” “Hitachi,” “Crush,” 67.

Middleton, Christopher. “Bonnard,” “The Burrow,” 1. “A Revenant,” 50-51.

Miele, Frank. “Light on Dark Corners: What Women Love in Men,” “Light on Dark Corners: What Women Love in Men,” 57.

Michels, Victoria Kohn. “August in Ireland,” 68.

Mikolowski, Ann. Cover artist; portfolio of drawings, 40. cover artist; portfolio of paintings, 46. Drawings, 50-51.Cover art and painting portfolio 75. Cover artist; oortfolio of paninyings, 108

Mikolowski, Ken. “Gone,” 76. “Nothing,” “Reality,” “Permitted to Feel,” “Short Novel,” 101.

Milán, Eduardo. “We Were Almost Ready to Sing,” “I Address Myself to You as to Two Wild Beasts Because,” 91.

Miles, Patrick. “The Shoot-out,” “Siber,” 70.

Miles, Sara. “Heroes,” “I Forget,” 39. “Careers in Poetry, Part One: the Police Poet,” 44.

Miller, Bill. “Upon Arrival at Sing Sing,” 52.

Miller, Fiona. “Security System,” “After Love,” “Spring Cleaning,” 85. “Our Tempest,” “This Boy,” “A Different Way to Die,” 88.

Miller, Kevin. “Debutantes,” 68.

Miller, Derek. “You Can’t Even Fake It,” “Sleepless Restaurant,” “Untitled” (“When I’m alone in my room in the dark”), “Letter to Me of a Year Ago,” 49. “Not a Tornado Warning,” 50-51. “The Hands,” “Cherry Street,” “#237,” “#239,” 55. “Poem: The television sits,” “When February Follows Close after Christmas..,” 56. “The Coast,” 58. “After Viewing Some 20th Century American Etchings,” 61. “A Year” 63. “How the Outfield Is Positioned,” “Etiquette on Deanna with Other Relatives,” “Cashing In with the Night,” “Things Bothered with Knowing Dreamlessness,” 65. “Insulin or So,” 95.

Miller, Ellen. “compromise,” “Lament to a potential insurance salesman,” “the perpetually passing phase,” “take the real way there, little boy,” “A Walter Kerr-like comment on a Richie Havens concert,” 9.

Miller, Faith. “The Worst of Ireland,” (prose) 67. “With All My Might” (Prose), 70.

Miller, Jason. “First Note,” “Genealogy,” “Into my shoulder your head bores,” “The Solitary,” 3.

Miller, Michael. “Private First Class Lawler,” 91. “At the Races,” 93. “The Dark Birdcalls,” 95.. “Semper Fidelis,” 97. ”Hooks and Eyes.” 99. “[Untitled],” 104. “The Ring,” 107. “Closet.” 109.

Miller, Naomi. “Coffee,” “Every night/you say,” “A woman/ offers me a blessing,” “Your top drawer is filled with odds and ends,” 18. “I’m afraid of going home,” 19. “Sitting on the steps of your home,” 21. “all day long i’ve been afraid for my life,” 26.

Millis, Christopher. “Driving at Midnight,” 47. “Still,” 53.

Mills, Cindy. “Gone” [song], 22.

Mills, David. “Sundance,” 57.

Minor, William. “Translation from Mandelstam,” 49.

Mirer, Michael. “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” 72.

Mitchell, Alison. “Drunk,” 85.

Mitchell, Nora. “In the Cellar,” 44.

Mitchell, Susan. “The Dinner,” 27.

Mlinko, Ange. “Isfahan,” “The Technician,” “Pizzicato, Brooklyn.,” 101.

Mohring, Ron. “Working Beside My Father,” 48.The Rapist,” 69.. “PGH AIRPORT” 75. “Enduring Love,” “Amateur Grief,” 79.

Moldaw, Carol. “Another Part of the Field,” 71.

Molini, Sally. “All the Flies Wanted,” “Aunt Beanie Liked to Tell,” 93.

Mollin, Larry. “Morning Song,” 9. “Terminal Beach,” 15.

Monaghan, Kate. “Thoughts of You Yellow Leaves Falling,” 85.

Montejo, Victor. “El Perro” (“The Dog”), 52.

Montez, Susan. “Three Dreams: South Bronx,” 63.

Moody, Thomas. “Death Wish,” 110.

Moore, Jim. “For Adrienne Rich,” 24.

Moore, Mary. “Icarus,” “The Cookie Sheet,” 107.

Moore, Michele Spring. “Adolescent Rag: Greece New York. 1981,” “Ghost Stories,” “The Night Before You Left the State,” “Mom’s Working Class.” 64.

Moore, Todd. “Black Widow,” “House Guest,” 23.

Moore, Virginia. cover artist for 4.

Moos, Michael. “Before You Were Born,” 34.

Morales, Rosario. “Robles, m’hija, Robles!” 52.

Moran, Carol. “One Stop in Philadelphia,” 18.

Moreno, Cristina. Untitled (“take me down to the MEXICAN moon”), Untitled (“I lived in a time of revoltuion at 18”), 62.

Morgan, G. R. “The Cave: or Staying on the Road,” “Trapped,” 5-6.

Moritz, Albert Frank. “Poem (We have the problem here of changing life”), 24.

Moritz, Ruth. Cover artist, 47.

Morris, Bruce. “Revelation,” 68

Morse, Carl. “Joint Letter on Poverty,” “Atlantis Bypass,” 44.

Mort, Valzhyna. “***,” “A Portrait of a Mother in Fall,” “A Poem about White Apples,” “Grandmother,” 90.

Mosby, George Jr. “lines from a letter from jpw,” “prison poem 15,” 35. “blues for a young boy; prison poem,” “the dumb wife,” “the escape to freedom-land,” 37. “the matinee,” “on the visit of uncle alfred,” “entrance” “i remember Langston Hughes,” “locked at a window inside a fence,” 39. “Following Icarus,” “The Pack,” “Showdown #2,” “As Flies Come Out,” 41. “the storm,” “high priestess,” 46. “A Cold Day: A Last Song,” “As Oceans Tear Apart,” 50-51.

Moskovich, Yelena. “The Suitcase,” 85.

Moses, Matthew. “Farmacy,” 68. “Two Dollar Bills,” “This Day was a Poem,” 70.

Moss, Melissa. “Crossing the Line,” 49.

Moss, Ralph. “In a Chinese Landscape,” 2.

Mott, Michael. “Graphic by Fritz Pauli,” 26.

Moyer, Emily. “Six Forty-Five,” 66.

Mullaney, Shea. “Dream Saw,” 97.

Murawski, Elizabeth. “In Logan Square,” 98. “Rêver un Rêve,” “The Cue to Be Still,” “Rays,” “Arboreal,” 108.

Murphy, Frank. “Everything should come easy–so,” “Crossing Over,” 39. “Overheard in Quebec,” 45. “And All the Ships at Sea,” “Fire Island,” 50-51. “Deuteronomy,” “Winter,” “I Remember The Face But . . .,” 69.“Saying Proper Prayers,” “The World That Matters,” 78. “Song for My Father,” “To A Friend,” “Kneeling in a Foxhole to Shovel Deeper,” “My Head,” “Gangs,” 106.

Murphy, Katy. “Dyskinesia.” 96.

Murphy, Sheila E. “Bedtime,” 41.

Murray, Michele. “Coming to Self,” “history and my history,” “Two Winter Poems,” Why Not Silence?” 2. “October at War,” “To Speak Plainly,” 5-6. “Child in a Corner,” “A Paradigm,” 10. “Exile’s Song,” 15. “Dream Poem,” 23.

Mycue, Edward. “Looking For Meringues,” 76.

Myles, Eileen. “The New True Blackness,” “Memorial,” “Tell Me,” “Goodbye,” “New Poem,” “Sleepless,” 60.

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Naccarato, Charles. “Songs at Sunset,” 23.

Nagin, Emily. “Giving Up the Ghost,” “Spirit House,” 92.

Nakell, Martin. “Faith,” 68.

Nauen, Elinor. “Storm Surpassing,” “July Hay,” “The Red Vine,” “Shall We Gather at the River,” “The Green Car,” “Asleep,” “Portrait (It was the way one),” “Backyards, Brooklyn,” 66. “Ezra and Johnny,” 76.

Nayman, Louis. “clairvoyance,” 15.

Nealon, Mary Jane. “Different Cages: Two Four-year-old Girls,” “Chemotherapy Unit: Breast Cancer Patients,” “Touching Anna,” [fiction], 56. “Clyde Poinsette,” “Human-Headed Bull Below Empty Space,” “Flophouse,” 80.

Neel, Seth. “The Last 7 Days,” “Inertia,” 97.

Neffson, Talia. “To My Father,” 72.

Nelson, Cynthia. “Sometimes Music Isn’t Kind,” 88.

Nelson, Maggie. “February,” “The Posture of Departure,” “Not Yet,” “Palomas,” 72.. “September 2,” “Specimens” 74. “The Topers,” “Wheels,” 76. “Poem Written in Someone Else’s Office,” 79. “At the Hospital for Special Care,” “A Halo Over the Hospital,” 88.

Nemet-Nejat, Murat. “Photographs on Tombstones,” “Vila Nicosa Graveyard,” “A Love Song of the Mountains,” “Body Language,” “Toes,” “Masturbation,” 53. Translator (from Turkish) “Seven poems by Orhan Veli,” 53. “The First Moment on the New Land,” “Eldorado,” “When My Love Says…” “Objects,” “The Chapel of Santa Maria in Obidos, Portugal,” “Rice on the Tray,” 57.

Nepo, Mark. “Alan’s Death,” 29.

Nersesian, [Patrick]. “(For My Father),” 29.

Neville, Tam Lin. “Visiting Celia in the Psych Ward,” 94.

Newland, Sara A.“Finding the Body,” “Dreaming Grandfather’s Funeral,” “Renascence,” “Seven Veils,” 78.

Newth, Rebecca. “Moon,” 5-6. “The Leopard,” “The Baptisms of Sixteen Wiltshire Parishes,” 86. ”The Name of the Bird.” 99. “Clare’s Song,” “My Edward Gorey Journal,” “How a Hummingbird Dies,” 106.

Nguyen, Danyul. “Furry Alert,” 95.

Nichol, Katie. “Regard to My Parents’ Weakness,” 78.

Nichols, Laura. “Rapallo,” 76.

Nickell, Joe. “The Last Evening,” “Love Poem,” 5-6.

Nider, Barry Leonard. “In D.C.,” “Ex Camera,” 29.

Niebauer, Abby. “Circling the House,” 43.

Nijgh, L. (& Boudewijn de Groot). “Welterusten, Mijnheer de President” (song), 2.

Nilooban, Rina. “Why I Don’t Visit The Doctor’s Office,” “Sage,” 67.

Nimnicht, Nona. “Lakeshore manor,” 30.

Noethe, Sheryl. “Mirage,” “An Attempt to Describe Beatrice,” 78.

Nolan, Pat (and Maureen Owen), “Every Little Mote,” 59.

Nolan, Pat (with Keith Abbott and Michael Sowl), “Stupid Face Renku,” 60.

Nolan, Pat. “In the Driver’s Seat,” 62. “Home Alone,” “Three Laments,” 66.

Nooter, Sarah. “Aeneas Leaving Dido,” “The Way She Burned,” “Sarah Nooter,” 68.

Norfleet, Michael. “Hang Loose / Hang Loose,” 22.

North, Charles. “on the Road,” from “Nocturnes,” “The Chain,” 55. “Shooting for Line,” 62. “Words from Robert Service,” 69.”Disrobing,” [prose poem], 77. “Summer of Living Dangerously,” 86. “Pictures from Bruegel.” 96 “Errata,” “At Paul & Ann’s,” “Elevator to the Willows,” “Things to Do,” 103. “From Everything,” “Replies to Paul: Limitedness,” 108. “Symphony Sid,” “What Doesn’t Have an Embouchure,” “Untitled, Piece of Rhapsody,” “After Pasternak,” “Imago,” 110.

North, Paula. Cover art, portfolio of paintings, 57. Cover and Porfolio, 86. Cover art, portfolio of paintings, 102.

North, Susan. “Stray,” 31.

Norton, Linda . “Found.” 109.

Novey, Idra. “Bitten,” “Chile,” 82.

Nowland, Alden. “The Odyssey of Earl Kitchener Schofield,” (story), 9.

Nurkse, D. “Travel by Night,” 40. “The Other World,” 45. “Willed Lack,” “Taking Counsel,” “The Physical,” “The Boundary,” 49. “The Scab,” “Beyond the Breakwater,” “The Invisible Faction,” “The Car Bomb,” “The Screen,” 55. “The Debt,” “Newborn,” 60. “Things I Forgot to Tell My Doctor,” “Transcience,” “Rosewood Handles,” “The Twenty-Four Hour War,” 64. “The Bridge,” “Venus Fabrication,” “Liberation from the Past,” 71. “A Night in the Capital,” “In the Great Hall,” “Driving to Nogales with My Father,” 77. “The Prize,” “Interior With Domestic Animals,” “Holy Sites of Karia,” 81. “The Adversary,” “Nights in a Border Town,” “Mr. and Mrs. Marriage,” “The Desert,” 86. “Twilight in Canarsie,” “Furnished Room on Pearl Street,” “The Trapper Keeper,” 97.”Tall Lattes Made Entirely of Foam,” “We Fake Our Own Death,” 101. “Time,” “Stella by Starlight,” “Charlie Christian Escapes from Seaview Hospital, 1942,” “Money,” 104. “After a Fire,” “Order to Disperse,” 108. “The Death Threats,” “Our Youth,” 110.

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Obenzinger, Hilton. ‘“Try to Remember,’” 91. “Columbia Revolt,” 92.

O’Brien, Dan.“The War Reporter Paul Watson Listens to the Artist,” “The War Reporter Paul Watson Prepares for His Next Trip,” “The War Reporter Paul Watson on the Economy of War,” 100. “The War Reporter Paul Watson Telexes From the New War,” 101. “The War Reporter Paul Watson on How YouTube,” “The War Reporter Paul Watson on the Smell of Fear,” “The War Reporter Paul Watson Is Staying at the Holiday Inn,” 104. “From Strange City.” 109.

O’Brien, John. “Poison,” 42.

O’Brien, Michael. “Dust to Dust,” “Jaundice,” “Trench Rot,” “Regatta at the Union of Two Rivers,” 91.

O’Connor, John Paul. “First Love,” “Fast Storm,” 106.

O’Leary, Kevin. “within,” 12.

O’Malley, Myles. “Fighting Back,” 19.

O’Neill, Alexandre. “Arson,” 47.

O’Nym, J. “Blue in the Face,” 85.

Orban, Otto. “Four Selections from Our Bearings At Sea” tr. by Jasha Kessler, 70.

O’Rourke, Meghan. “Acceleration,” “The Physicist’s Wife,” “Mary’s Breast,” “The Fire I Refuse,” 64.

Oaks, Jeff. “Shift,” 85. “Killing the Slugs,” 87.

Obenzinger, Hilton. “‘I didn’t even have to choose between right and left this time,’ LIRR Train Wreck, November 22, 1950,” “Freak Fire: August 21, 1980,” “Mid-Air Collision, December 16, 1960 [prosel,” 52.

Ochester, Ed. “Dr. Johnson Ate Wheaties,” “Note for Door,” 8. “Eric Hoffer Eats with Mr. Nixon,” “For You,” 12. “Machismo,” “Notes from my Fourth Life,” 15. “August of 62,” 20.

Ogden, Hugh. “Turning To,” 25.

Olin, Jeni. “Blue Collar Holiday,” “Vanishing Point,” “Stickup,” “Larry Kept Saying Primo Levi Was an Accident,” “A Good Year Down,”80. “Criminal,” “Everyone Gasps With Anxiety,” “Poem,” “Ho Chi Minh,” “Meeting Darragh for Pumpkin Soup…”, 84. “Abilify,” “Xanax,” “Clonazepam Dreams,” ““All Things Considered,”” 88. “I Just Burnt My Neck with a Curling Iron, Promise!” “Spooning,” “The Kindle 2 Was a Gift!” “Pillow Talk,” “I Submitted Bea Arthur & All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt,” 95.

Olsen, James “Neon Allegiance,” 80.

Olzmann, Matthew. “Geography,” “A Man Bitten by a Werewolf,” 89.

Orel, Gwen. “Lapse,” 40.

Ortiz, Adalberto. cover artist for 7. Cover artist, 13, 23. Cover artist, 28, 33. Cover artist, 42.

Ortiz, Miguel A. “Landscape,” “Old Lady,” “The sun shone low over gables,” “That black stallion’s coat glistens in the sun,” 7. “Justo Granado” [story], 13. Cover artist, 19. “The Installment Man” [story], 50-51.

Ortleb, Chuck. “The Seance,” 20. “Mr. Centerfold,” 21.

Osterlund, Steven. “Portuguese Poem II,” “The Room,” 3. “The Day the Prophet Quit,” “General,” 5-6.

Oster, David (R.C.). Covers, Northern Buildings: Ten Ink Drawings, 100.

Ostriker, Alicia. “The Pleiades in December: Line of Sight from a Frozen Lake,” 31.

Ourin, Viktor. “A Friendly Message to Brother Poets,” 17.

Overton, Ron. “The Founding of New England,” 14. “Berne, Indiana,” “Seville Ghazal,” “The Somewhere Else Ghazal,” “USA Ghazal,” 18. “Testimony on the Axe,” 29. “1895,” 36. “The Fathers,” “Getting to Know Your House,” “The Polo Grounds,” “Talkshow,” “The Telephone,” 44. “Turning 39 Thinking of Jackie Jensen,” “The Infant,” 48. “The Branch Will Not Break, but the Jay Might,” “Narrative,” “Quicksand,” “Real Musicians,” “7-Eleven,” “The Economics of Small Losses,” “Invitation,” 50-51. “Kissing,” 53. “I Am at a Distance,” “19N 026D,” “Baseball I,” “Baseball II,” “Future Considerations,” 58. “La Nevada,” “Barracuda,” “Goodbye, Porkpie Hat,” 60. “Old Money,” “Real Life,” “Europe’s Spring Collection,” “Two Stories,” 66.”Dear Mr. Overton,” “History Is More or Less Bunk,” “Packers vs. Lions,” “Haystacks Calhoun,” “Ars Poetica,” “Semiotics,” “Psychic Killed by Train,” 71.. “At the Woodside Station, the Train is Longer Than the Platform So,” “Fire and Ice,” “My Favorite Summer, 1956” 74. “Memorabilia,” 75. “Traffic Report: This Is Plae Otis in the Chopper,” 77. “Why I Write,” “The Warm-Up Poem,” “Perfect Drift,” “Things We Sent For,” “Autobiography,” 90.”Science Philosophy Art,” “C.V.,” “Long Island Duck,” 100. “Peace Be with You,” 102.

Owen, Maureen. “Medusa’s Hairdo,” “They can’t handle the day shift or vespertilain jockeys,” 70. “Portraiture/or I tripped on a crown of thorns crossing the yard or/everything goes into the big stew that is you,” “Nox/ or the boys are rightly pale/or A study in snow,” “Picassoís Chair/or Breaking out in thorns,” 77. “Nearly Snowing,” “ ‘Every ship is a romantic object, except that we sail in.’ R. W. Emerson or my little sister’s Mercedes”, 84.“my neighbors relax on their flat southwest porch chatting in Spanish Just like I always wanted my neighbors to do,” “…the beauty of air So tonic draught intensity a liquid or when you were dead will I still always be here,” 95. “Liquitex my darling Fatty acid bloom my love,” “A trail as pale as thread,” “I wander in my brother’s absence,” “Layers of emotional bulbous,” “Don’t Ever Hang Yourself in the Barn,” 107.

Owen, Maureen (and Pat Nolan). “Every Little Mote,” 59.

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Packard, William. “Voices,” 14.

Padgett, Faith. “As I Saw Her,” “Waiting in the Water,” 103.

Padgett, Ron. “Ooo and Ahh,” “Fantasy for Kite and Oboe,” “My Old Muse,” “Unable to Nap in Kindergarten,” 59.”Good People among the Pint Pitchers,” [Memoir], 76. “The Chinese Girl,” 94. “New York.” 99. “Do So,” 107.

Palazzola, Benedette. “Eleven-Thirty,” 34.

Paley, Mikki . “Pears” 83.

Parker, Emily. “Post-Winter Menu,” “Poised,” “Kandinsky Takes a Shower,” 66.

Parkinson, Richard. “Dream,” 27.

Parks, Joy. “Night through an Open Window,” 28.

Parland, Henry. from “Socks” III, from “Socks” X, from “Stains,” Untitled, 86. [translated by Johannes Goranssön].

Parras, John. “Collision” (prose), 70.

Pastan, Linda. “Soul Song,” 20.

Paton, Robert. “Apache Gold,” 16. “a new architecture,” 23.

Patton, Ben. “Cold Burn” (prose), 70.

Pavoldi, R. A.. “The Accelerating Universe,” “Funny Valentine,” “Breathe,” 87.

Pawlak, Mark. “Waterfall,” 12. “poem (because grief’s fallen feather lies heavily on our shoulder”), 21. “All the News,” 42. “A German Lesson” [prose], “Like Butterflies,” 49. “Chalatenango 1980,” 50-51. “Similar but Different,” 62.”Shakespearean Characters,” “Painters,” “American Tribes 2,” 71. “All The News-September 23, 2001,” “East-West Dialog 2002,” “Official Versions.” 83. “Elephants Find Love,” 86. “Where the Highway Ends: Sketches of Denise Levertov & Mitchell Goodman,” 90. “4/Square,” “Three of a Kind,” “With Apologies to Rilke,” 95. “Meanwhile,” “Police Action,” “Calendar Pages,” 98.”From ‘Go to the Pine: Quoddy Journals 2006-2010’,” 100. “Lake Shore Limited.” 109.

Peacock, Molly. “Lodgings,” 25.

Pearlberg, Gerry. “Stapling My Face,” “Path of Wings,” “Two Poems from the Music of Cliff Safane,” 28. “City Shorts,” “Seven Snows,” “In a Dream,” “Boxes,” 34.

Peck, Gail J. “Before the Wall,” 44.

Pedigo, Tasha. “{Sun(shine)},” “Happy People,” 81.

Peditto, Paul. “Die the death of a rag doll,” 46.

Pedro, Mia. “Spoiled,” “The Last,” 68.

Pelletier, Marianne. “Night Rider,” 36. “Autobiography,” 39.

Pennant, Edmund. “Sisera,” 55.

Penny, Bridget. “Experiment,” 70.

Perchik, Simon. “227,” 52. “183,” “159,” 67.”318,” “435,” “276,” 71. “468,” 73. “D43,” 76. “77,” 79. “*,” 81. “D141”, 84. “G86,” “G28,” 87. “L11,” “L23,” 92. “D102,” 95. “L24,” “L41,” “L54,” 97. “*” 99. “Untitled,” “Untitled,” 102. “B61,” “B35,” 104.”Poem,” “Poem,” 106. “Untitled,” “Untitled,” 108.

Pérez Estrada, Rafael. “The Chosen One,” “Angels of Desperation and Abandonment,” 80. [translated by Steven J. Stewart] “Flights,” “The Magic Divan,” “When the Seagulls Take Flight,” 81.

Peronard, Kai. “A Double Death” (story), 40. “Uncle Louie,” “Rainy Day,” “Teenagerage,” 41. “Crisp Golden French Fries and Fat Juicy Spare Ribs,” “Myers,” 42.

Persaud, Arlene. “My Name; Is Not Mary,” “Seventeen Years,” 66.

Peseroff, Joyce. “Poem (Sometimes when”), “Protein,” 20.

Peters, Don. “Acoustics,” 15.

Peters, Meredith. Portfolio of drawings, 40.

Peters, Robert. “I beg you, do not put me on,” “on not attending my father’s funeral,” 21. “elegy,” “jackhammer poem,” “on decking the halls,” “on watching the sea from a bar,” “parable of the ring,” “wrath in a whirlwind,” 22. “The Victorian Painter Benjamin Haydon Meditates on Horses,” “The Victorian Painter Benjamin Haydon Meets His Future Wife,” 52.

Petersen, Camille. “Drowning Firefly Night,” “Firecracker,” “Birds on Fire,” “Statistics,” “Pseudo Requiem: A Life,” 102.

Peterson, Karen. “Amaryllis” (story), 37.

Peterson, Robert. “Iglesia de San Francisco (Oaxaca),” “Zo’calo,” “Bean Hollow Beach, Starlight,” “January 27,” “Nolo Contendere,” 66. “Letter to the Editor #30,” 70. “Ouzo at Stokadis Taverna,” “Letter to the Editor #35,” 76.

Petrakos, Chris. “What Shakes Us,” 35.

Pettet, Simon. “sad to have to remember,” “The blue monkey,” “Rose Smiles Her Cheeks Adorning,” “Runaway thief from the house of Mrs Mary Bradock,” 58.

Phillips, Carl. “Home Movie,” 63.

Phillips, Frances. “Curried to Wear the Frosty Light,” “Everywhere on Palm Avenue Custom Throws Glitter,” “In Which Libby Gets Her Rock,” 32. “For a Living,” 36. “Harmonica,” “Breaking in New,” “Prairie,” 37. “Leading Up to Monday,” “The Woman Next Door,” 45. “Things Missing Mysterious,” “Gino and Carlo,” “Before Naming You,” 50-51. “Today in the New House,” “Thanksgiving,” “Counting: One,” 54. “Drifts and Shifts,” “Lilies of the Valley,” 58.

Phillips, Jennifer. “Birds,” “Jeptha,” “War Memorial,” 9.

Phipps, Wanda. “Your Last Illusion or Break Up Sonnets,” 63.

Piercy, Marge. “Concerning the mathematician,” “Dismissal,” “Gasman invites the skyscrapers to dance,” “The Skyscrapers of the financial district dance with Gasman,” “Tunneling,” 2. “Half past home,” “Why the soup tastes like the Daily News,” 3. “Rain Falls on Ioannina,” 4. “Afterlife,” “The friend,” “Missing Person,” 5-6. “Walking into Love: poems for Goss,” 7. “Song of the Fucked Duck,” 8. “Agitprop,” “Plato’s Trees,” “Summer School,” 10. “Addressing my backbone,” “The winning argument,” 11. “The hotel by the Turkish bridge,” “Witnessing your wedding,” 13. “Gracious goodness,” “Make me feel it,” “There is no known way to tickle a clam,” 14. “Councils,” “Kneeling here, I feel good,” “The Visiting Poet Drag,” 16. “Bloody Kansas” in spring,” “Three weeks in the State of Loneliness,” 17. “When the Body is Cranky,” “A Good Death?,” “They Go On,” 110.

Pines, Paul. “Time Piece,” 32.

Pitrone, Anne. “At the Defense of Death,” “The Three Famous Repairmen,” 17. “Benny,” “Stravinsky at 88,” 22.

Plath, Kristina. “Flats Cemetery,” 76.

Planz, Allen. “Hardscrabble,” 70.

Plotin, Stephanie. “Marathoner,” 54.

Poage, Michael. “Blackfoot Valley Fast Pitch Softball,” 106.

Pobo, Kenneth. “For My Jet-Boy,” “Windowbox in Winter,” 43.

Polikoff, Joan. “Wyoming,” “stillness,” “Once, very late,” “Late September, 1976,” 36.

Poliner, Elizabeth. “Sun Porch,” “Thinking About the Six Bach Sonatas for Flute and Piano While Vacationing in Maine,” “In Plain Air”, 84.

Pollentier, Nicole. “Queen of the Leaves,” 58. “Between the Birdbath and the Garden,” “Farm Road ll,” 61. “Origami Rabbits and Secret Suns,” 64.

Polly, Allison R. “Before she asked to go,” 34.

Poniewaz, Jefry. “A Cold Night in Flagstaff,” 8.

Pool, Eugene. “Clashing Metal,” 19.

Poor, Taylor. “Moments,” 93.

Pope, Michael. “Midnight in Manila,” 5-6.

Popernik, Karen E. “Sestina: I remember the grocer on our street, near the end,” 57.

Poppino, Kathryn. “The wind tackles the,” 31. “The Prodigal Son,” 32.

Porte, Barbara Ann. “How a Basement Impostor Was Finally Disposed of, and a Wife Remained Faithful” (fiction), 65.”Claudia,”67 “Varicella/Variations,” (prose) 69. “The Royal Egg,” (Co-Author)79. “Recalculating the Truth,” 104.

Porter, Josie. “3:00 A.M.,” “Portrait of the Artist,” 47.

Posmentier, Sonya. “Amends with Steady Soil,” 63.

Potter, Carol. “Dreaming of Disguise,” “Sugar,” “Baby Insomniac,” “Seven Girls Driving Around Time,” 103.

Presley, Frances. “Bangla,” “Anglia,” 70.

Primack, Gretchen“Doris in Love,” 101. “Guinness (East Wing),” “Rifle (South Hall),” “Ben (South Hall),” 107.

Prioleau, Phoebe. “Mother’s Ritual,” “In My Uncle’s Kitchen,” “On the Corner of Fulton and Liberty,” 80.

Puglisi, Lauren, “Tequila,” “Doing Laundry in College for the First Time,” 107.

Purpura, Lia. “Kitchen Study,” 63.

 

Q

Quart, Alissa. “Horse Dream Sequence,” “Simple Harmonic motion,” “Surrealism,” “Two in One,” 54. “Express,” “Magnetic Resonance.” 99.

R

Rachford, Fred. “When Otto Sings,” 25.

Raden, Audrey. “Burning Car” 75.

Rakovan, Jacob. “In the Rafters Our Son Has Built a Nest,” “Wax Bloom, Willow Beauty,” “On the Old Bright Sea the Moon Keeps,” “Grinning In,” 103.

Ramirez, Juan. “Rilke in Paris,” “In February,” 69. “My Father Speaks to Me Red-Faced in a Dream Asking Forgiveness,” “My Father’s Guitar,” 70.

Rand, Archie (with John Yau). Cover and art work, 61. Cover and art work, 67. Cover and Artwork, 96.

Randall, Margaret. “The Infidelity,” 5-6.

Randles, Joseph. “Iceland:,” 101.

Rankin, Rush. “Gothic Fears,” “After Death,” 62. “Happy Hour,” 81. “Television,” 87.”Monday.” 109.

Rasmussen, Libby . “Mermaid,” “Little Cinderella’s Brick layers.” 83.

Rastetter, Bill. “But we do,” 12.

Ratiner, Steven. “the fox mask,” 32. “hearts of gravity,” 34. “Sister,” “White Lies,” “Nil by Mouth,” 102. “Parocheth,” 108.

Ratner, Rochelle. “A Welcome Mat outside, Not Inside, Insideout,” 18. from “Pirate’s Song: The old man in the sea,” “This is my very first rescue,” 20. “Best of Life Apartments,” 22. “Leaving the Glen,” “Bored to Death with Sundays,” 26. “Thunder,” “Daughter,” 29. “Trying to Love Once More,” “Kaiemsenuwy’s Tomb,” 32. “No Man Can Hear the Mermaids’ Song and Live,” “Madonna and Child “Revenge at Knockdolion,” “Singing Lessons,” “Taunting,” 33. “Woman Tossing Her Infant Son in the Pool,” “Some Nights,” “The Discharge,” 34. “Setting Out Alone,” “Dinner Conversations,” 41. “Lilacs, Asparagus, A Broken Pear Tree,” 50-51.

Ratti, John. “Memorial Day: Riverside Drive,” “The Master’s Eye,” 19. “White Turnips,” “One Winter Night Many Years Ago,” “Metaphor,” 37. “Samson’s Riddle,” “Tibet,” “Knowing and Not Knowing,” 45.

Rawson, Eric. “This Time of Year,” 89.

Ray, Nicca. “Lizzy,” 91.“Untitled 1,” “Untitled 3,” 97.

Raybin, Alex. “Poem for Martha,” “Sunny Day,” 5-6.

Raymond, Mark J. “Fate of a Child Locked in the Pantry Closet,” “Snapshot,” 45.

Raymond, Monica. “Lullaby,” 29.

Rea, Susan. “Study in Blue,” 19. “Fairy Tale,” 20.

Rebert, Terry. “A Day in May,” “Hair (Number II),” 13.

Reed, J. D. “Pigs,” “Poem for Marlene,” “Sideswiper, the Edda,” 5-6.

Reed, Sharon. “As the state line comes closer,” 35.

Rees, Elizabeth. “Driving in the Midwest”, 84.

Rees, Richard. “Orion,” 34. “White Bikini,” 39. “Baby Sitters,” “Little League,” “Dottie after Midnight,” 41.

Reid, DaKishia. “Pull,” “If I Had a Muse,” “Technical Difficulties,” 87. “From the Stomach,” 94.

Reid, Penelope Jane. “A Face Like Yours,” “Thief,” “Smart Like Me,” 41.

Reifman, Judith. “In 2 Parts,” 68.

Reis, Donna. “Same Photo,” 57.

Reiter, Jendi. “I came in from the daylight that glides among the leaves,” 52. “Danger: Watch Out for Falling Semicolons,” “The Revolt of the Mouse,” “TM Patenent #474,325,865,” “So It’s Goodbye, Mr. Postman,” 54. “Service Includes Free Lifetime Updatting,” 55. “The Still Life,” “The Overthrow of the Queen of Grammar,” 56. “Jubilee,” “Boys,” 49. “The Artist of the Beautiful,” “A Lack of Monuments,” 58. “Burnt Norite,” 61. “At Breakfast,” 70. “The Little Thief, 81.

Remainita, Lizzita I. “No Bunny Is a Better Friend than You!,” [with Rabita Bunnita] 100.

Remba, Eve. “For Paul Klee,” “To the Girl (a Year Later),” “To Robert Jacks,” 19.

Rendleman, Danny L. “The fixed & the movable feasts,” 16.

Resnick-Day, Nathan. “Intifada,” “The Discourse of Hermeto,” “Pittsburgh,” “Botanical Meditations”, 84.

Rettew, David. “The Long Walk Home,” “Gibbig,” “Asteroids.” 48.

Reyes, Carlos. “Grandby, Missouri,” “Losing Yr Cool,” 3.

Rezendes, Michael. “Afternoon,” 17.

Rezmerski, John Calvin. “Mammoth-Man,” “Protesting War,” 15.

Rhodes, Nikki. “Dear Mississippi,” “Horoscope,” 97.

Rhudy, Ellen M.“Langenscheidt’s German-English Dictionary,” 85.

Rice, John “Blasphemy-Proof.” 109.

Richards, Vincent. “I’m Gonna Write a Poem,” 35.

Richmond, Janet . “Six Plates Spinning With A Cracked Egg On Top,” “The Toy Piano Tinkles Minor Footnotes In The Sonic Realm” 83.

Ridge, Diana. “Rain Poem,” “Richmond,” “Invocation,” 31.

Ringwalt, Anne Malin. “Conflict,” “Taken,”98.

Robbins, Tim. “Jazz 42 Boundless,” 38. “Country Scene,” “The Bower,” “The Punisher, It Is He That Is Asleep,” “For Ken,” 39. “Credulity Recovered,” “Redemption Blues,” 40. “Mista-Peo (my friend),” “In Exile,” “Poem for Bob,” “from the Hot Tub” (Prose), “I Imagine Future Loves,” 41. “Invocation and Blessing,” “From Slumber to Slumber,” 42. “Opus 102,” “Stand with Legs Naked,” “Sunday Mid-February,” “Arrangement,” “Why People Pull the Blinds,” 43. “Rhythm and Affection,” “January 29 and I Wait,” “You Know as the Street Knows,” 44. “Mi-Lo (the laughing buddha),” “Scarface,” 45. “Harvest,” 46. “Intimacy,” “decorations,” “why do I worry?” “my grandmother’s songs,” “two friends,” “confession,” 47. “afternoon,” 48. “comet,” “on the Quai,” “Place de la Republique May 2,” 50-51. “Vesper Service at the Fair,” “Moonlighting,” “Answering Machine,” “Better Homes,” 53. “Nostalgia,” 56. “The Old Man Gives,” “Missing,” “Blind Date,” 58. “Coming in,” “Children’s Bible,” “Resurrection,” 60.  “Lao Tse’s Butterfly,” “Progeny,” “You Have a Way,” 61. “Eskimo Tale,” “Takahashi Mutsuo,” 64. “Swimming Pool,” 68. “The Delta Queen,” “Breast,” 71. “Grandfather,” “In the Morning,” “Strokes,” 73.. “Four Avuncular Poems” 74.”Missing Pieces,” “Back Before,” “Three Poems for My Grandmother,” 76. “Scenes from My Brother’s Wedding,” 78. “Crystal,” “Marriage,” 80. “Isometrics,” 82. “Midlife”, 84. “Mysteries,” “As a Person of Eclectic and Old-Fashioned Taste.” 99. “The Book,” “The Night Mom Chased a Thief,” 101. “The Statue of Chick Webb,” “Infancy of Recording,” “The Pack of Rats,” “Stonewall,” 102. “Robbins Melody Mart, circa 1974,” “Night Visitors,” 103. “My Sacre du printemps,” “Trails,” 104. “Foundations,” “The Brothers,” 106. “Wyoming,” “We Admire Each Other’s Loam,” “Têt,” “Where Did I Put That Poem?” 107. “How You Came to Me,” 108. “Far-Seeing,” “Forgetting,” “Contours.” 109.

Roberts, Len. “Scraping Old Bee Hives from the Barn Rafters and Walls,” 28. “Some Things Have Not Changed,” “You Ynow I Didn’t Mean it,” “Fighting,” 35.

Roberts, Teresa. “For the purpose of labelling,” “Frank at 10 Seen 8 Years Later,” 38.

Rodriguez, Alego Dao’ud. “In Gray Silence,” 80.

Rom, Ronnie. “To Sylvia Plath after reading The Bell Jar,” 18.

Roma, Hedy. “Kitchen,” “One Night This Summer,” 42. “A Peace for My Mother,” “Spring of Winter,” 44.

Ronan, Richard. “The Beekeeper’s Sister,” 36.

Rosen, Elisabeth. “Perfect Complements,” “Stress Is Hereditary,” 92.

Rosen, Jeffrey. “Drowning Lovers,” 11.

Rosen, Kenneth. “Old Times,” “Robberies,” 16.

Rosenblum, Martin. “Two Day Place,” 18.

Rosenberg, Marya. ‘“That Guy’s Hardcore,’” “‘If I Tell You You’re Beautiful, Will You Report Me?’: A West Point Haiku Series,” “A Frequently Asked Question: ‘Why does the eternal light in the chapel appear to be unlit?’” 89. “New York Haiku,” 90. “Two Weeks before Graduation,” “Sex in the Barracks: Love Poems from West Point,” 92.

Rosenberg, Mia. “Boil You Down,” 102.

Rosenthal, Ann. “Exit,” 100.

Rosenthal, Laura. “The Mom Thing,” 61.

Rosenwasser, Rena. “Paradeisos,” “All ‘a’s,'” 59.

Roth, Daniel “Peru,” 101.

Roth, Joey. “Mishima on a Plate,” 80.

Rowan, Quentin. “Prometheus at Coney Island,” “Autumn in Three Colors,” 66.

Rowley, Alexandra F. “The Game,” 58.

Roy, Paula Alida. “Venus Tattoo Parlor, East Village,” “Egg Shell,” 100.

Rudolph, Lee. “back from italy, writing this letter to you,” “Lament,” “The Misery of Candy,” 22.

Ruebenson, Kate. “A Pint of Poetry,” 89.

Russell, Brian. “Autumn in a Seaside Town,” “The Sick,” 93.

Russell, Norman H. “the black rain hissing,” “medicine man,” “my eyes speak to my tongue,” “the stars are birds,” “who is my enemy?” 14. “I am old i look back,” “indian teacher,” “some scream war,” “the tree has greatest wisdom,” “there is a hungry watching,” 15.

Rutmanis, Renada. “Queen of Hearts,” 68.

Rutschman, David. “Simple,” (x3) 82.

Ryan, Heather A. “Here’s To You, and Here’s To Me!” “Double Date-Drive Unidentified,” 29. “Reaching for the Sky,” 30. “A Man Walks with a Woman,” “Love Poem,” 33. “Angelica’s Bath,” 35.

Ryan, John Allen. “No Time at All” (song; with Jack Goodwin), 7. “February 8th,” “for G. W. Neal,” 8. “Child-Beater,” “The Last Time I Saw Kerouac,” 65.

Ryan, Patrick. “I Wouldn’t Say No,” [prose] 81.

S

Sagan, Miriam. “Approximately for You,” 38.

Sala, Jerome. “A History of White People,” 77.

Salasin, Sal. “Poem on a Line by Po Chu-Yi,” “Poem on the Eve of War,” 45. “Brought in on a five-fifteen,” “if I were rich,” 53. “John Wayne’s Mandarin,” 70.

Saleh, Dennis. “Summer,” 63. “The Negative Confession of the Scribe,” 65.

Salerno, Joseph. “The Good Morning,” 22.

Salerno, Mark. “Just Personal,” 80.

Sánchez, Erika L.“To You,” “Mother,” “Spain,” 91. “Crossing,” “Atlas of a Body,” “The Hammam,” 93.

Sanders, Ed. “A Visit to the Tulip Path,” 90.

Sands, Jon. “Love Poem,” 103.

Santiago Baca, Jimmy. “Destiny,” “I Pass La Iglesia,” “To the Face Before This Face,” “Untitled (“Let’s compare our feelings of loving someone’),” “on This Side of the Mountain,” 43.

Saslow, Helen. “Caged,” “How Can I Keep It from Ending,” 18. “Constructions,” “Accounts,” “Portraits,” 25.

Sassoon, Hannah. Sunshine State,” “Skin,” “Untitled,” 98.

Satterfield, Carson. “Barfly,” “It’s Raining in Baltimore,” “Rigor Mortis,” 93.

Savage, Tom. “Fireflies in Tompkins Square,” 65. “Messages 1990-1994,” 67. “On Line with the Starving,” 70. “Sheer Speaking”, 84. “Ode to a Woman Electrocuted by Her Own Street,” 86.

Savery, Pancho. “Racism in Boston,” “Going to the Hoop in Chinatown,” “Woman and Death #23 (1910),” 52. “Reconstructuring Harvard Square,” “the Joys of Fatherhood (VII),” “New England,” “Anything,” “1969,” “The Hospital,” “The Shadow,” “Thelonius,” 60.

Sax, Boria. “City Boy in the Country,” 17.

Saxon, Sonia. “Screaming and Squealing at 14,” “Poem to a Young Student,” “Sunday,” “Swimming at the Y Pool,” 34.

Scanlon, Mara Noelle. “In the Steel City,” 52.

Schaffer, Julia. “Driving Miss Daisy – PG 13,” “Nine Months Before September 4, 1977,” “Untitled (Vivian is 77 and beginning to wilt…),” 67. .

Schaefer, Standard. “Provocation for the Friar,” 70. “Invisible City,” “Wire,” 72.

Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg. “Delusion #16,” 18.

Scharper, Julie Anne. “The Beginning,” “Rain,” “Miles to Go,” 72.

Scheffler, Adam. “Real Night,” 102.

Scheiner, Martha. Cover artist, 18.

Schenker, Andrew. “Sous le Faix du Fagot,” 73.

Schenker, Donald. “Giant on the Beach,” 15. “Here I Am Again, Folks,” 17. “Help,” 21. “Hard Moon,” 52.

Schimke, Lee. “The Night,” 61.

Schlesinger, Ann Rae. “In the Afternoon,” 37.

Schlutt, Patricia. “You Got Lost inside an Afternoon,” 96.

Schmidt, Tom V. “From New Zealand,” “Standing on the Old Fair Oaks Bridge,” 17. “First Winter,” “One More for Guinilla Liljequist (1882-1973),” 24.

Schmult, Greg. “Where I Might Walk,” 106.

Schneeman, Elio. “Second Hand,” 69.

Schneeman, George. Cover Artist, 78.

Scheafer, Isabella. New York (Not the Cars or Fast Food),” 98.

Schneider, JD. “The Pharmacist,” 89.

Schneider, Katy. “Lapigi,” 95.

Schneider, Mather. “The Pussy Never Came Down,” 88. “The Knight’s Inn,” 92. “The Bell,” “Cock Boy,” 94.”Our Last Sunset,” “The Rug,” “Blue Ox Blues,” “Three Weeks I’ll Never Get Back.” 96 “Sitting on the Edge of the Bed Looking Out the Window in the Middle of the Night,” 103. “Driving My Wife to McDonald’s to Work the Breakfast Shift, 3:45 A.M.,” “Incubation,” 104. “Long Period Event,” “One Time in Arkansas,” “2 Weeks in Vacation.” 109.

Schonberg, Rebecca. “4.5.199-235 [Exeunt Ophelia and Gertrude],” “Untitled,” 79.

Schrader, Eliza K. “First,” “El Caribe Hilton,” “Another First,” “The Blue Room,” 86. “Dead at Fifty,” 103.

Schrader, Steven. “Crime of Passion” [story], 17. “The Inner Ring” [story], 19. “Al and Tony, Tony and Al” [story], 20. “Dinner at My Father’s,” “First Kiss,” “Moving on” (stories), 39. “Julie and Nate,” “Arriving at work,” [stories], 50-51. “Writers in Life,” [story], 52. “Dreams,” [story], “The Apartment”[story],56. “Marriage Rings,” “New Magazine,” [stories], 57. “The Incredible Shrinking Penis,” “Apartment Walls,” “Pet Dog,” “Long-Term Treatment,” (fiction), 62. “Stretching Paul Lansky,” “Good Reading,” “Something to Do,” 78. “Memories,” “My Mother and Miss Roberts,” “Guys and Dolls,” “Ostalecko,” “Talking to My Father,” “Last Visit,” 82. “Just a Kid,” “Horace Mann,” “The Canoe,” “The Icing on the Cake,” “First Days of Divorce,” [prose] 87. “The King and I, “Driving License,” “Campaign Pictures,” “Library Skills,” “Good Morning America,” 92. “Winning the War,” “Summer Job,” “Letter to The Nation,” “Songbird,” “Three Jokes,” “Timex,” “The Other Steve Schrader,” “Hewlett.” 99. “I’ll Have to Write it Down,” “Yankee Fan,” “Bolshevik,” “Scenes from Camp,” “The Missing Shoe,” “The Ultrasuede King,” “Life of the Party.” 96.”Dog Tags,” “Harlem,” “When Is a Beggar Happy?,” “The Right Medicine,” 106.

Schreiber, Ron. “De Dodenherdenking-1966,” 2. “menu,” 11. “engulfment,” “going to the flicks,” 15. “prayer for all of us,” 24. “waiting for a kingfisher,” 27. “the crows of March,” “News from the pigpen,” “how to bowl without knocking over any pins,” “January, 1978,” “midsummer,” “May tenth,” “softfalls,” 35. “What You’re Teaching Me,” “Gregoria, On the Street,” “Nico, Presiding,” “John, At Home,” “sex,” “Pictures in Black & White,” 44. “4-10-86,” t’4-13-86,” “it’s a voice mask I put on,” “Your Life,” “The Valley of Death (4-25-86),” “4-25-86,” “Back (4-30-86),” “‘Recovery’ (5-18-86),” 50-51. “Little White Jones,” “Dreams (2),” “Even the Birds,” 61.

Schuchat, Simon. “i went over to my wino,” 14.

Schultz, Philip. “Hacking,” 19.

Schurer, Carl. Cover photographer and portfolio of photographs, 54.

Schwartz, Jeffrey. “Of Dreams & Bathrooms &Death,” 31. “The Landlady’s Scars,” “on a Mountain at Night,” “Tree Dream,” 32. “Insomnia,” 40. “Gingko Trees on Beeler,” 46.”Time Travel” 75. “Volver,” “Closing Credits,” 98.

Schwartz, Rachel. “In the Basement,” “Nothing,” 66. “Before the Second Season,” “King,” 68.

Scola, Eileen. “Open Letter to Exactly,” 20.

Scully, Maurice. “poem,” 70.

Sears, Peter. “Bargain,” “Switch,” “Without Me,” 18.

Seckin, Mina.Seventeen Years, Eight Friends,” 98.

Secor, Laura J. “Poem for Margaret,” 55.

Sedarat, R. “Cousin Farzad Comes from America to Have His Wedding in the Old Country,” “Some Reasons Why My Cousin Boback Lost His Job at McDonald’s” 75. “Bobback Duke,” “Outing Iranians,” 79. “Advertisement Proposal,” “Permissible Grapes,” 88. “Persian Hamburgers,” 94.

Seibles, Tim. “The Stupid,” 64.

Seidman, Hugh. “Current That Cannot Cross the Gap,” “The Senile,” “Yes, Yes, Like Us,” “Mr. Bear,” “How Did We Get Here, Said by So Many So Often,” 57. “Napalm,” “Alms,” “Aluminum Bowl,” 65. “Tiresias: New World Coffee,” 80.

Seiler, Barry. “Dion and Belmonts,” “New Shoes,” “Incidental Music,” 60. “Salami On Rye,” “Bread and Butter,” “The Stroll,” 67.”BLT,” “Chicken Salad on Whole Wheat,” “Bagel and Cream Cheese,” 69. “Mansion Beach,” “Walking Back to Paradise,” “Lost in the Details,” 71.”Poem” 74. “Dust,” “Curtains,” 77. “Rusticating,” “Stay,” “After Listening to “Crying in the Chapel,” 79. “Fence,” “Hat,” “Scissors,” 87. “On the Blue Bus,” 90.

Seuss, Diane. “I Once Fought the Idea of Body as Artifact,” “It Wasn’t a Dram, I Knew William Burroughs,” 97.

Servin, J.M. “The Craving.” 99.

Servin, Jacques. “Still Life with Death (Texas),” “We Managed to do Quite a Bit,” (prose), 59. “Trip through the Important Centers of Very Little,” “Our Building Diassembled,” “Tale of the Pot-Belly Maniac,” “Beach Trench: A Fable of Parents” (prose), 6. “Perversity or A Less Nuclear Family: a Warning to Youths,” “Still Life with Hands,” “Only the Wicked Are Marching (A Difficult Hour),” “Still Life with Future,” “Still Life with Drugs,” (prose), 65.

Seyfried, Robin. “Serious Suicide,” “Bedtime Stories,” 52.

Shaddock, David. “Dolphin,” 21.

Shafarzek, Sue. “The finished artifact,” “Hrs,” “Night,” 2. “It Isn’t Enough To Be Lonely,” 34.

Shah, Sejal. “Through the Eyes of the Dark-Eyed Americans,” 57. “Grandmother,” 59. “Skin,” 82.

Shakely, Lauren. “Lunatics,” “Manifest Destiny,” “Breaking Faith,” 27.

Shaner, Richard. “Hospital,” “Old Keys,” “You Are River,” 8.

Shannon, Ben. “A Sunday Afternoon Encounter” [fiction], “Collections,” “Good Morning” [fiction], 58.

Shannon, Laura Clare. “Slow Poem One,” “Leighanne’s Song,” 43. “Food for Thought,” 44.

Shapiro, Harvey. “Sure,” “Every Day,” “Natural History,” 52. “Jerusalem,” “Amit’s Song,” “From the Arabic,” “Bronx Elegy,” “A Valedictory,” “Tranquility,” 57. “Mercy,” “Traveling Through Ireland,” 64. “Postcards from the Holy Land,” 70.”Confessions of Age,” “Abraham’s Path,” “9/14/98” 74. “New York,” “Observations of an Older Poet,” “Heirloom,” 77. “Moving Along,” “To Nature,” “Desk,” “In Japan,” “Cathedral,” 81. “The Old Man Has One Thought and Then Another,” 90. “An American Life,” 94. “The Keys,” “Brief Lives,” “During the Second World War,” “Pardoned.” 99.

Shapiro, Samantha. “Low Ratings,” “Love Doesn’t Come with an Order of Fries,” 62.

Shaw, Maxine [translator]. “Ballad of the Two Grandfathers,” 28.

Shen, Diana. “Between Us,” “Where You Belong (Is With Me),” 87.

Sheppard, Elena. “Untitled,” 85. “Discovery,” 87.

Sherman, Susan. “Testament,” 47.

Shields, William. “Post Vietnam Stress Syndrome,” “In Country,” 53.

Shipers, Carrie. “The Worst,” 92.

Shoemaker, Lynn. “The Song of Songs/The Song of Red,” 31. “Birmingham Sunday,” 36.

Sholl, Betsy. “I am pissed off,” “Reunion,” “Therapy,” 24. “Shades of Gray,” 30. “High Tide,” 34. “The Hospital State,” 54.

Shopsis, Mari. “Drought,” “Isabel,” “My Thoughts,” 63.

Shua, Ana María [translated by Steven J. Stewart]. “Maiden and Unicorn,” “Calming,” “Foreseeing Everything,” “Moment of Pleasure,” “The Lovers,” 89 “The Ghost Circus,” “Trapeze Artists,” “My Dream Circus,” “The Poor Circus,” “The Gypsy Woman,” 97.

Shuler, Jack. “Salient,” “New York School,” 81.

Shulman, Mike. “Sun Comes Up,” “Lake: Summer,” 27.

Shurin, Aaron. “L.A. Drag Queen Killed in Brawl,” 12. “The rest was sex,” 19. “As/Is,” 21. “Raving #25, Vernal Equinox,” 38.

Sielaff, Volker. “Letters,” 103.

Silano, Martha. “When You Didn’t Call,” 68. “Such a Way to Go,” “What the Truth Tastes Like,” 73. “My Man with his Fly Reel Eyes,” 77.

Silberman, Rick. “coffin sound,” “the rat dies,” 5-6.

Silliman, Ronald. “After Amphetamine,” “my hand, an eraser,” 3.

Silva, Fernando. “Diarrhea,” “Epigram: A National Guard captain stationed,” “Foreward to La Salud del Nino,” “Their chicken” [prose],” 60.

Silver, Mara. “Geology Music,” “Comfort,” 45.

Simmons, Cherie. “White,” 48.

Simon, John Oliver. “Just invented a new kind of fancy typography,” “we are five in the inner,” 14. “come from the deep night road,” “How There Come To Be So Many Joshua Trees at Lee Flat,” 18. “alphabetized index to the inhabitants of my dreams,” “Bluejay Medicine on Sunfuck Mountain,” “King Jr High School,” 23. “27,” 26. “Twelve,” “Thirteen,” “Thirtytwo,” 27. “I went to you for your wisdom & blessing,” “I make a ceremony for you,” 33. “The Major Poets,” “with my hands tied,” 41. “Guaymas,” “Incognito,” 66. “Raccoons,” 108.

Simon, Toni. “After the Letters Collapsed,” [with Joanna Fuhrman] 100.

Sirowitz, Hal. “Refusing to Float,” 39. “Deformed Finger,” 61. “News of My Death,” “Let Me Die First,” 63. “Two burials for the Same Person,” 65. “Wedged,” “My Future Stepfather,” 81. “Mother Contest”, 84. “The Use of Panic,” 91. “The Land of the Dead,” 93. “I Do What I Want,” “I’m No Victim,” “The Body’s UPS,” “A Famous Ball Player,” 95. “What My Mother Would Say If She Had Lived,” “And I Told Her I Had Parkinsons,” 103. “Mister Dementia,” “Boy Scientist,” “The Bother of Positive Thinking,” “Bad to the Bone,” 106. “The Vote,” “The Pledge,” 108. “Kiss #14 Reasons Not to Have Sex,” 110.

Sisskind, Mitch. “The Female Form,” 110.

Sisyphos. See Dracontaidis, Phillipos.

Skoble, Marty. “My Grandfather’s House,” 23. “Survival” It’s a Gift,” 63. “The Land of the Dead,” 93. “Skylight,” 106.

Skolnick, Gary (and Jeral, Joseph). “Poems in the Spirit of Orhan Veli” 75. “A Late Spring Storm,” 78.

skratz, g.p. “Iron Gate” [song, with Hash Flash], “Uncle Steve’s Children’s Hour,” [song], 19.

Skyler, Tristine. “Izzy” [story], 55.

Skurtu, Tara “Dream Dad Died,” “Trenches,”” 101.

Sloman, Joel. “Weather Body,” 11.

Slyfield, Dan. “The Beginning,” 87.

Smetzer, Michael. “Report to the Air,” 34. “The New Arrival,” 46.

Smith, Amanda-Gaye. “Lost Loud, Dunk Downtown.”109.

Smith, Bob. “Answering the Riddle,” 49.

Smith, Charlie.  “Dreamboat,” “Leaving Nevada,” “Room 316L,” 73.

Smith, Keri. “Smoked Meat,” “Somewhere Near to Us,” “It’s Possible,” “For You, a Map,” “Dragging Anchor,” 108. “Affinity for Rats,” “Winter Debt,’ “To Be Cold,” 110.

Smith, Rick. “Play Jimmy Yancey at My Funeral,” “Jumping Off / (K Jett)” “Mexican Blue (for Ruby),” 81. “Last View of Mei Leng,” “North Light.” 83. “Swans,” “Driving Around in Pasadena,” 85. “Layover,” 87. “Frogs over a Low Flame,” 90. “from The Wren Notebook II,” 94.“The Dentist’s Chair,” “Where Darkness Has Been,” 98. “Erika Spray Paints Till Dawn.” 96. “Notes From Echo Park,” “Judy in Santa Fe,” 101. “That Place Before the River,” 106. “Moving to Pennsylvania,” “Bad Luck,” 108. “New Bedford,” “Seven Voices,” “One Night in Pasadena,” 110.

Smoker, M. L. “Seven Days Is Never Enough,” “The Necessary Bullet,” “Can You Feel the Native American in Me,” “Venom,” 79. “Intertribal,” “From a tin box,” 80. “Migratory.” 83. “Back Again,” 90. “Growing,” “Meditations at Tabexa Wakpa (Frog Creek),” 95. “Letter to Jim Harrison,” “Untitled,” 110.

Snook, Kirsten. “Human Nature,” 53.

Snyder, Rick. “Canzone,” 73.

Solibakke, Eric J. “The Aegean,” “Bon Voyage,” “For Leo Creedon, Who May Kill Me,” “Invocation,” “The Oriental Girl on the Akropolis,” “Patterns,” 4.

Sollors, David Morgan. “The Son of the Muse Play a Maccaferri,” “Epithalamion,” 62.

Soloman, Rob. “Epitaph,” “Have you seen a flock of geese,” “Look, now,” “They have tombstones in their eyes,” “Today is airport day,” “The wind blows through your stomach,” 15. “Unfinished Poem,” 16.

Solomon, Mark. “Detective,” “The Pleasure of A Ride,” 67.

Somerville, Michele Madigan. “Class Picture,” “Portrait of a Woman with Her Marker,” “Two Franks,” 78. “Lonicera Fragrantissima,” 93.

Somoza, Joseph. “To Utah,” 25.

Soo Jin Oh. “Song of the IMF, 1998 Version,” 76.

Sośnicki, Dariusz.. “Wasps,” “How Does One Go Down the Stairs,”102.

Soto Velez, Clemente. From Caballo de Palo (The Broomstick Stallion), 3; from La Tierra Prometida (The Promised Land), 29; 52.

Sowl, Michael. (with Keith Abbott and Pat Nolan), “Stupid Face Renku,” 60.

Spasser, Abby. “Sleep Poem,””A Prayer for My Father,” 100.

Spencer, Robert. “90,” 49.

Sperber, Anna Victoria. “Skinny Dip,” 65.

Spiegel, Erika. “Tracing Paper,” 53.

Spilman, Richard. “Spice,” 93. “Speaking in Code,” [prose] 94.“The Coal Cellar,” [prose] 97.”A Weekend Fling,” 100.

Stannard, Martin. Editor, Six English Poets; Statement on poetics; “The Ingredient,” “Heart Deep in Bargain Bags,” “An Empty Summer, “ 48.

Stansberger, Rick. “At the Canton Drop Forging and Manufacturing Company,” 21. “Poem from My Dead Sister,” “In a Different Pitch,” 28. “Family Graveyard,” “Sister Nicodemus,” “Harding, Ohio,” “Railroad Poem,” 43.

Starkey, David. “Nearly,” 102.

Statman, Jesse. “Vaseline,” 95.

Statman, Mark. “Breaking Down Place,” “Mont Ste-Josephine Baker,” 79. “Losing Buttons,” “Conspiracy,” “A Hundred,” 95.

Stazer, Lawrence [pseud. for collective poems by Kate Brodkorb, Dan Brody, Justine Cassell, Tom Fogler, Peter Hamburger, Colette Johnson, Katie Merz, Michel Mok, Danny Rosenblatt, Peter Roche, Elise Smith, and Blake Taylor]. “Awaiting the Auditor,” “Sun Up,” “A Continuity,” “A Day in the Country,” “Homage to Thomas Hardy,” “Cisco,” “Monday Nights,” “Algeria, 1972,” “Like a Chocolate,” “Epiphany,” 32.

Stein, Deborah. “Ellis Island,” “Heat,” “Unearned Chance,” 66.

Stein, Jessica. “Well-Behaved (Not About Her),” 66.

Steinberg, Hugh.  “Perjury,” 73.

Steingesser, Martin. “Short Morning Song,” 93.“Who Gets to Go,” 97.

Steinman, Lisa. “How did it come about that we brought an old woman to John Paul’s?” 25.

Stelley, Jodi. “Fishbowls and Rice,” 79.

Stephens, Michael. “What’s Going On,” 52. “Travels in Mexico” [story], 55. “Walking the Bronx,” “Edinburgh Sketches” [prose], 59. “The Wild Swan,” “The Bus Driver on Madison Avenue,” 66. “The Gratitude” (prose) 73. “Snata Was Not Cuchulain’s Turf,” “Epithalamium,” “Molesworth Street Jump,” 95.

Stephens, Mora. “A Vision of Two Lovers,” “Lunch with My Grandparents,” “Meeting at the Hotel,” “Party Flashback,” “Sunflowers Hidden Away,” 63.

Stephenson, Melissa. “The Hitchhiker,” 64.

Stephens, M.G. “Herons Amid Gladiolas,” 103.

Stern, Jessica. “One Thousand Watts,” “Sweet Wine Gently in the Night,” 91.

Stetz, Margaret. “Stay,” 9.

Stevenson, Megan. “Branch of the Locust Tree,” 67.

Stewart, Gerry. “Untranslatable,” “Antisyzygy,” 81.

Stewart, Jean. “november,” 35. “My Dead Father,” 46.

Stiles, Dennis Ward. “Briefs on Death,” 71.

Stine, Alison. “Stranger,” “Passage,” 68.

Stock, Norman. “I Only Remember the Good Parts,” “holy bless,” “the rabbi in my head,” “Again,” 49.

Stokes, Terry. “The Failure of Desire,” “In the Phobic Kingdom,” “The Time of the Rope,” 76. “The Dead Mother Poems,” 78. “I Will Long for Your Giving Side Awhile,” 79.“Young & Slack Streets,” “Nadja Returns,” 81. “Losing My Mind,” “Chapter 137: Another Chapter—the People Across the Way,” “Mise En Scene,” “Birthplace Revisited,” 82. “Ode to Velcro, Part Two,” “Last Night the Brown Recluse Spider Came to Visit,” 85.

Stoloff, Carolyn. “From Her Ledge,” “Dinner Time,” 39. “What I Miss, What I Want,” 64.

Stone, Ed. “War,” 7. “New York City: 4 Times,” 19.

Stotts, James. “A House of Minimal Habitation,” 76.

Streicker, Joel. “They Must Be Told,” 104.

Straub, Emma.  “Bliss,” 73.

Strempek, Stephen. “Walk in Ohio: Indian Summer,” 43.

Strom, Shayna. “Schuykill Valley Park,” “Roots of a Storm,” 71.

Strong, Jonathan. “Lou and Lew” [fiction], 54. “Offspring” [fiction], 55.

Strudwick, Shepperd III. “In the dry bed of the river,” “Michele,” “The splay of mucous,” 1.

Suchoski, Diane Stiles. “Wurtsboro, N.Y.,” 28.

Suermondt, Tim. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the Park,” “Nymphenburg,” 108.

Sukenick, Lynn. “Let’s Begin with Something Light,” “The Poster,” 16.

Sukrungruang, Ira. “The Fork and the Spoon,” 80. “Like or As If,” 85. “The Great Buddha on the Mountain,” 90.

Sullivan, Anita T. “Composition,” 102

Sullivan, Sam. “Untitled,” “Rispetto,” “Catholic Poem” 96

Swados, Elizabeth. “Marina,” “My Puppy,” “Giant Baby,” 89. “Waiting,” 93. “The Female Identity,” “A Question for Harold Bloom,” “Old Men Rockers,” “Contest,” 95.Question air 4 / Front sing air 4 4 Hot Rock Band,” 98. “Cardio,” “Tambourines,” “Animals,” “Chekhov in New Jersey,” 101.

Sward, Robert. “The Podiatrist’s Son,” “God Is in the Cracks,” “One-Stop Foot Shop,” “God’s Podiatrist,” 79. “Sex & TV With Aunt Miriam—1945/1999,” “Kaddish”, 84

Swartz, Anna. “A Love Story,” 94.

Sze, Arthur. “journey home,” 12. [translator] “Snow on the River” [by LiuTsung-yuan], and “Anchored at Ching Huai River” [by Tu Mu], 18. “Spring Snow,” 66.

Szwarc, Susana. “The Subway,” “Comfort,” “Tempo,” “Caught,” 110.

T

Taft, Margo. “I Have Been My Arm,” 12.

Tagliabue, John. “Expressing contradictions without hatred,” “Just keep talking until it becomes,” “What great robberies are committed,” 10.

Takata, Ellen. “Siblings (from a Photograph of Franz and Ottla Kafka),” “The Miracle of the Parasitic Twin,” 65. “Mujina,” 68.

Talbot, Jonathan. “The Bride of American Town”(song), 3.

Tammer, David. “75¢ admission &,” 5-6.

Tannenbaum, Leora. “Submersion,” 53.

Tanno, Mark. “Bright Snow Cold,” “Cinquains,” 69.

Tarlow, Drew. “Figure It Out,” 79.

Tawfall, Mary. “Tambourine,” 64.

, Ian. “No Past,” 70.

Taylor, Keith. “The Persian Doctor’s Second Daughter,” “Life Science,” “The Footwashing” (prose), 62. “After the Exhibition” (prose), 71. “A Foreign Language,” 78. “Days of 1971,” “Six Swans in a Snow Storm,” “Those Infamous Inland Sharks.” 83. “At the Living Crèche,” “The Cattle on the Parthenon’s South Frieze,” “The Criticism of My French Poems,” “If You Know That Man,” 95. “Infidelities” 99. “Girl With a Pear Earring,” “John Glenn High School, Westland, Michigan, 1980,” “Banff: Running Away: Ducks,” “The Sickness That Comes from the Longing for Home,” 104. “Hermit Stories,” “Botanists in Love,” 110.

Taylor, Martha. “A Lesson in History, 35.

Tayson, Richard. “My Mother Asks Me If Men Make Love Face to Face,” “Nightsweats,” 65. “The Ascension,” 67.

Tenorio, Georgie A.. “Sweet Seconds,” “Cigarette Love”, 84.

Tep Baker, Demaz. “The Royal Egg,” (Co-Author)79

Terashima, Robert. “Finches,” 46. “The Robin,” “The Warning,” 49. “The Dance,” 52. “Junrei,” “Song,” “Anyone for the Franco-Benoni?,” “Poem,” 77. “Fog,” “Tonight,” “9/28/03,” 85. “Variations on a Theme,” “Utah Jazz,” “Told to Niels Lauritsen by Alexei Shirov over a Keg in Seville,” 90. “In Pidgin,” “Retellings,” “Fluff,” 94.”Hanging Loose,” “For My Father,” “Huntsman Cancer Institute-January 2009.” 96 “Draft,” “Dorothy (doron + theos),” “Two Poems,” “Vacationing in Virginia Before Surgery for Cancer,” 101. “The Moose,” 108.

Terrill, Richard. “I’d like please…,” 110.

Terrill, Mark. “Conceptual Lunch,” 89. “The Man from Monterey,” 94. “November Poem,” “In the Shark Bar,” 107.

Terris, Virginia. “Patients,” “Just Next Door,” 63. “Cycles” 75. “Ominous,” “The Affair,” “Out to Lunch,” 78.

Terry, Ben. “Allen, Walyon & Me,” 106. “Oviharbinger Trilogy” (In Four Parts), 110.

Tewes, Robin. Cover artist, 37, 38. Portfolio of paintings, 37. Cover artist, 49. Paintings, 50-51. cover artist, portfolio of paintings, 59. Covers, art portfolio, 93.

Thomas, Gail. “The Limits of Will,” 41.

Thomas, Kerry. “Always Existing and Ceasing to Exist in the Kitchen,” “If I Land on Mars I Can Write the Word Oxygen,” 24.

Thomatos, Elena. “Childhood and Education,” 60.

Thompson, Sandra. “Horror Show” [story], 36.

Thorson, Ian. “Sweet Mother,” 60.

Tian, Emily. “Osmosis.” 109.

Timmcke, A. J.. “The Last Cowboy,” 82.

Tipton, James. four poems from “Stairways of Rooms,” 9.

Tobias, Arthur. “what’s the question,” “route 96 valley/spencer to ithaca,” 27.

Todd, Theodora. “The Separation,” 40.

Tokuhama, Tracey. “Top hat on the table,” 30.

Tomkiw, Lydia. “In Bed with Boys,” 41. “Summer Virus Night,” “Fractured Tunes,” “The Burden of Beasts,” “What You Want,” 76.

Tomlinson, K. “instinct,” “for judyl on her birthday,” 33.

Topp, Mike. “Country Life,” “The Godfather,” 62.

Torgersen, Eric. “Churchill Road” [story], 16. “Spell for an Absence,” 25. “Heavy, ” “I Have Come To Be One Who Cries,” “Strategies,” 26. “Teenage Hitchhiker” [story], 30. “Taking Tickets” (prose), 38. “What Is Your Earliest Memory? What Does It Mean?” 50-51. “A Little Chatter,” “Chores,” “Small Town,” 103.

Torlen, Michael. “Alligator’s,” 12.

Torres, Edwin. “Moth,” 95.

Towle, Tony. “Typing Test [2 minutes],” “Homage to Berlioz,” “Brief Moments with Tchaikovsky,” “The Mystic Island [in search of Haydn],” [prose], 56. “Downtown Song,” 65. “Postmodern Maturity,” 69. “The Dinner Party,” “September 16th,” “Archive,” “Le Voyage,” “Full Moon,” 82. “Gemini,” “Embittered Exertions,” “Anthropomorphic Etiquette,” “Ethnicity,” 86. “Indirect Homage to Val Lewton,” “from Illuminations (Diverse Miniatures),” “from Truth in Advertising,” “1346 Redux,” 91. “Economics,” “The Trylon.” 96. “Recovery,” 104.

Traurig, Arianne. “The God Project,” “That Silver Lining,” 91.

Traxler, Patricia. “On Dissolving Bonds,” 18. “Mowing the Grass,” “Rock Song,” 21. “The Glass Woman,” 30. “The Glasscutters; I., Regarding the Dreamer,” “The Roomer,” 37. “The Glasscutters; II., Eleven Glass Dreams in Winter,” 39. “At the New World Donut Shop,” “Cicadas in August,” “Heart at the Window,” “How I Got This Way,” 50-51. “The Mushrooms of Maisie Zupnik” (fiction), 63. “Devotions,” “The News,” 85. “Words of the Elders,” “Trout,” “Dying and Talking, Talking and Dying, ect.,” “Room to Let:,” “Untitled,” 103.

Treitel, Margot. “Institutional Tennis,” “The last straw,” 17.

Trinidad, David. “Eight Nurses Murdered in Chicago,” “The Dress That Joan Wore,” 97.

Triplett, Pimone. “Snapshots With Wide Apartures Shown on the Road,” 61.

Truesdale, C. W. “Christian Science,” 11. “Name,” 21.

Tselepides, Nikos. [translator] Odysseus Elytis’ “The Concert of Hyacinths,” poems 7 and 9, 21.

Tu Mu. “Anchored at Ching Huai River,” 18.

Tucker, David. “Columbus Discovers Niggerhill, Linden, Tennessee,” 33.

Tulloss, Rodham Elliott. “Childhood Dream,” 20.

Tussing, Raleigh. “Shit Kids,” 53.

Tysh, George. “A Little Memory,” 38.

Tzu-Yeh. [translated by Taylor Stoehr] “Spring Breeze,” “Don’t Be in Such a Rush!” “Last Night,” “Chess,” “The Gate,” 81.

U

Ulland, Matthew. “Elegy for Lost Memory,” 88.

Unterecker, John. “Passage,” “Preparing the Seed Bed,” 52.

Upshaw, Reagan. “Dashboard Pantheon,” 58.

V

Vachon, Christine. “I Rode His Shoulders,” “When I Was a Child,” “His breath leaves quietly,” 37.

Valvis, James. “Power Outage,” 97. “ Not Like Being There.” 99. “My Father in the Pool,” 104. “The Most Memorable Kiss,” 107. “The Summer of 1959,” 110.

Van Vort, Rachel. “Untitled,” 110.

Vanderbeck, Alyson. “finger-sized mice are dancing on,” 25.

VanLammeren, Jakob. “Band Practice,” “Scott Rosenburg Pins Me Against a Coke Machine in High School,” 89.

Vargas, Michelle. “Wine Glass,” “About My Country,” 62.

Veale, Bobby. “the sound the people the style,” 58.

Veenendaal, Cornelia. “ABC,” “Apsaras,” “At Midday I Sleep,” “Ms. Van Winkle’s Shortest Monologue,” “Reading about the North Cape Cruise to Leningrad,” 19. “Night/Day,” “An Evening at Home,” 25. “Consider Anything, Only Don’t Cry,” “The Carpenter and His Child, “Must It Be? It Must Be,” 30. “Kayaks,” “Gate of Horn,” “Pancakes,” 36. “Our House,” “Mrs. Cheek,” “Spring Shower, Connecticut Valley,” 42. “Coal Days,” 46. “The Block Print,” “Passing Strange,” 50-51. “Dust Storm, Fifth Avenue,” 70. “Cold May,” 78.

Vega, Janine Pommy. “Sick Room,” “Word Up,” 63. “Doorway,” 70.”The Job” 74. “The Other Side,” “First,” 80. “Skunk Valentine’s Day,” “The Closet”, 84. “Whole,” “Animal Kingdom,” 86. “Night Vision,” 90. “Hands,” “Goodbye, Faithful Friends,” “Basquiat,” 93.

Veli, Orhan. “Epitaph 1: His corns killed him most in life,” “Epitaph II: ‘To be or not to be?'” “Epitaph III: They put his gun in the cupboard,” “To Keep Busy,” “The Guest,” “The Galata Bridge,” “I, Orhan veli,” 53.

Verga, Angelo. “Brook Avenue, the Bronx (1998),” “Miniature” 74.

Vernon, Jim. “Great Mother Sunset,” “The Return,” 12.

Verona, Amara Dante. “Assembling Bodies,” “After She Was a Girl,” 78.

Vienna, Chris. “The Bad Life,” “Generals..,” 65.

Villanueva, Tino. “El Angosto Marco de mi Tiempo” (“In My Narrow Frame of Time”), 52.

Villar, Rich. “Lullaby,” “Psalm for the First Lady,”102.

Vincent, Stephen. “How It Is,” 10. “Envoi,” “The Day I Left Home,” “Losing,” “Small Change,” “Your Turn,” 14. “Five poems from ‘Elevator Landscapes,'” 16. “First Scroll,” 25.

Vinderman, Paulina. “Black Boat 11,” “Black Boat 13,” “Turtle Island” 107.

Violi, Paul. “Vanity,” “Fable,” 44. “Stranger,” “At the Deli,” [prose], 55. “Police Blotter,” 59. “Mayhem with Dimwit,” 71.”Local Color” (prose), “A Wing and a Prayer” (prose) 74.”Tea and Sympathy,” “Conversation Killer,” “Screamer,” [prose poems], 76. “Poet and Cynic,” “Along Canopus Creek South of Sunken Mine Road,” 85.”Now I’ll Never Be Able to Finish That Poem to Bob.” 99.

Vollmer, Judith. “Nursing for the Sunburn,” 45.

Voss, Rachel. “Bellmore, NY (September, 2003),” 85.

W

Wachtel, Chuck. “Purely Coincidental,” “Hans Frank the Butcher of Poland Takes a Rorschach Test,” “June 1, 1968” (fiction), 42. “For a Reason” [fiction], 50-51. “Four Real Dreams,” “The Funeral,” (prose), 61. “Five Documentaries” (prose), 62. “Sin Embargo,” “Again,” 64. “Her Husband, Standing Beside Her on the Platform..,” “When the Dust Settled the Dow…,” “Supply Side,” “Our Love,” 65. “If You Are Not Vigilant, a Language You Do Not Speak Well Will Force You to Rely On, and Abide by, Stereotype and Over-Simplification,” “In Time,” “The Storyteller’s Motivation,” 69.”My Best Interests” 74. “Someone Who Could Be, Though Is Probably Not, an Exterminator,” “A Midwinter Night,” 86. “Elegies,” 94. “The String,” 100.

Waddell, Sarah. “that bum is late,” “working,” 34.

Wade, Erika. “God of Green,” “Death of Dogs,” 94.

Wade, John Stevens. “As Always,” “Chrysanthemums,” 3. “Dexterity and Common Sense,” “The Roosevelt Dime,” 7.

Wagoner, Charles. “Forgetting the Magic Words,” “In the Kiva at Old Oraibi,” “That Bird,” 78.

Wagoner, David. “A Woman Driving a Car Full of Flowers,” “Trying to Make Music,” “Introduction to a Poetry Reading,” 82. “Almost Waking Up in the Middle of the Night,” “For a Man Who Wrote CUNT on a Motel Bathroom Mirror,” 85. “The Moth,” “Elegy for a Safety Man,” “A Lesson from a Student,” 87. “Up Against the Sea,” “The First Touch,” 90. “At the Farewell Performance of Henry Ellsworth Robinson, the Magician Known as Ching Ling Soo,” “At the Ostrich Farm,” “At the Scene of Another Crime,” 93. “The Salute,” “The Devil’s Used Car Lot,” 95.“The Walk of the Nine Afflictions,” “The Old Poet Considers New Directions, “Thoreau and the Football,” 97. “The Stink Bug,” “The New Tenants before Their First Sweet Sorrow,” 100. “Walking around a Baptist Church,” “The Listener Who Sometimes Didn’t Listen,” “Stilts,” 106.

Wainwright, Kim. “Of Ron I dreamt,” 23.

Waisman, Sergio Gabriel. “Six-four,” 63. “The Chase,” 65.

Wagner, Ken. “The Litany of New Things,” 104.

Waksler, Norman. “Force of Nature” (fiction), 62.

Walker, Sarah Beth. “White Paper,” 86.

Waldman, Anne “Contemplating a Portrait of Myself with a Hyacinth Flower.” 96.

Walker, Jim. “For Roy Jones Jr.,” “Open eyes blues,” 80.

Walsh, Erin. “Summer at Brooke’s,” 68.

Wallace, Sara. “Midnight,” 86.

Wallin, Jessica. “Photograph,” 80.

Wampler, Jane. “Crazy Ants Attacking World-Renowned Red Crabs on Christmas Island,” “An Entire Room,” 85.

Wang Ping. “Phantoms of the Rose” (prose), 73.. “Wet Nurse, Rhymes of Mother Goose,” “Crush” [story] 74. “Opening the Face,” “Heart and Liver,” 82. “Kelisu Diner.” 99. “Things We Carry,” “We Are Water.” 109. . “Carcass,” “My Slum,” “My Amaranth,” 110.

Wang, Tina. “In This House,” “Portrait,” “For a Moment,” 82.

Ward, Patricia Sarrafian.  “A Moment of Quiet” (prose), 73.

Ward, William J., Jr. “Little Big Things,” “Butchers,” 48.

Ward-Vetrano, Gianna . “Why We Call A Mangiare.” 83.

Ware, Beth. “The Sea,” “I Look Out the Window,” 31.

Washabaugh, Cindy “Spells for Banishing Fear: VII,” 101.

Washick, Lindsay. “Second Meaning of the Rose,” “Petal” [prose poem], “Sunday Night,” 76.

Washington, Marcherie. “We bounce over potholes and,” 38.

Waters, Jacqueline. “#77 Revisited,” 62.

Watkins, Janiko J. “Whole Note,” 67.

Watkins, Melanie. “Dancing with Your Devil,” 57.

Watson, Craig. “(from the Anna Poems) who freed these skeletons,” 24.

Watson, Ellen. “Dear Barbara,” 26.

Watters, Elissa. “Untitled” 99.

Wayman, Tom. “Ark,” “Dino,” 101. “The 21st Century Limited,” “Rant: Poems,” 104. “ÂœDesolatia,” “ÂœHeavy Water,” “Letting Nature Take Her Course,” 106. “The Breast,” “The Future,” 108. “The Penis in Autumn,” “A Meeting With Pete Seeger,” 110.

Weaver, Michael S. “South African Communion,” “USA Truckers,” 42. “Currents,” “The Aftermath,” 46. “The Dancing Veil,” “Luxembourg Garden,” 50-51.

Wechsler, Peter. “Citrus Fruit,” “The Garbagemen,” 39.

Weeks, Charter. Covers and Portfolio, 87.

Wei, Shao. “A Small Finger,” “Ten Combs,” “Farm Chicken” 75.

Weible, Kennedy. “Phone Man,” 89.

Weik, Molly .“On Ghosts,” “Runaway Letters,” “Eyes.” 109.

Weiler, Sarah. “His conceit is everywhere, it follows him,” 45. “I am sleeping in the freezer frozen,” 46.

Weinberg, Viola. “Dear Pablo Neruda (no.30),” “Monet’s Kitchen,” 69.

Weinstein, Evelyn. “Lovely,” “After the Wings” 101.

Weise, Jillian. “Spaghetti Western,” 90.

Wickes, Helen. “Single Thread.” 99.

Wiese, Anne Pierson. “Welcome, Stranger,” 90.

Willey, Mame. “Group Therapy,” 93.

Wing, Avra. “The Old Men,” 94.

Wing, Elise. “The Microscope,” “The Living That Terrifies,” “In Each a Nourishment,” “Tomorrow, the Seagulls,” 108.

Weiser, Chloe’ Skye. “Fire and Cold,” “Looking through You.” 96.

Weiss, Marta. “1945,” “M4 at 4 P.M.,” “Painted-Perfect Lemons,” “Pomegranate,” 60.

Welch, Wayne Lee. “hero,” 23. “so little,” “no show,” “ducks,” 25. “dream,” 29.

Welt, Bernard. “Conversation,” “(For Freeman),” 23. “Motorcyles,” 25. “Letter from John,” “La vida es sueno,” 28.

Wertheim, Bill. “You are his daughter,” 24.

Weslowski, Dieter. “How Bears Came to Calabria,” 47.

West, Kate .“Cat Gifts.” 109.

Whalen, Benjamin. “Requiem” [prose], 52.

White, Mimi. “The Man and the Big Car”, 84. “In the Zero Hours,” 89.

White, Sarah . “Yucca on White Sands,” “flashlight,” “Last night you and I…,”“Pablo Vallebuona” 83. “Her Son at War”, 84. “Note to Eulalia Rose,” “Her Son at War,” 85. “Unaccompanied Nocturne,” “The Way Life Goes,” 86. “City of Remembered Cities,” “Aubade for Overlapping Voices,” 88 “The Beasts of Astor Place,” “Telling Her Things She Told Me.” 96. “Rowing Machine,” “My Grandmother’s Sons,” 98.”Night and Day,” 100. “My anonymous hour,” “For Icarus,” 101. “If, at My Deathbed,” 106. “A History Major’s Memory,” “Bill and Barbara in the Afterlife,” “What She Learned,” 110.

Whitemarsh, Jason. “Escape,” 70.

Whiting, Nathan. “An Early Morning Cat,” “Girls’ Game,” “Names, “The Slum Lords of Richmond…. “ 38. “Kerenhappuch,” “Organized Guerilla Attack on a Volkswagen,” “Mister, You Give 10¢ for Caps?” 40. “Clean Orally Only,” “The Racewalker Finds a Racewalker Pacer,” 44. “Stall King’s Tools,” 49. “Rats, America Is Moderate,” 50-51. “Reducing Head Shape,” “Can Odor Pollution Make You Sick?,” “Steam Structure,” “Butchering Giant Gelados,” 55. “Flying Sheep Clothe Reality,” “A Journey by Tricycle,” “Provisional Courage,” 58. “In Charge,” 77. “The Carroll Street Bridge,” “On the Golf Course,” 82.“Wings West of Coney Island,” 97.

Wiegner, Kathleen. “An Obsession of Knives,” “There are always three,” 10. “Faces,” “Jealousy Is an Attribute of the Moon,” “John Keats You Were Wrong about Everything,” “Listening to the Universe,” 20. “The Fate of the Bees,” “Posthumous Fame,” “The Little Deaths,” 29. “Southern Comfort,” “Outside the World,” 42. “Queen Mab,” 43. “The Fading Art of Stealing Home,” 46. “For Rosella, Who Says She Is Becoming Invisible,” “Two People,” “The Bill Collector,” “Childhood’s End,” 50-51.”In a Dry Time,” “This Morning,” 71.

Wild, Peter. “chulita,” “housing,” “Manchuria,” “Tempe,” 7. “acanthus,” “bolsa,” “chícaro,” “Rabbit song,” 8. “Aliso Springs,” 23.

Wildonger, Jill. “At the Edge of the Pool,” “My Friend,” “Let Me Go,” “I Am in a Canoe” (fiction), 63.

Wiley, Patricia. “Dream Monologue,” 23.

Wilkins, Susan. “The fields of the sky are full of stars & their old news,” “Pinks for Max,” 24.

Wilkinson, C. E. “The Woman of Andahuaylas,” 35.

Will, Frederic. “Emo,” 8.

Willey, Mary Louise. “Sadness” (story), 39.

Wills, Matthew. “Subway Ecosystem,””Heronfisher”, 84.

Wilson, Keith. “the old ritual,” “the prayer,” “What There Was We Missed,” 5-6. “On Drinking/& A New Moon/Through the Window,” “Pastoral,” “Wind, Eternal in Sunshine,” 19. “Northern New Mexico Funeral,” “Sheepherder’s Song,” 38.

Winant, Francine. “Atlantis,” “To Wait for Visions,” “The Way It Was,” 10.

Winch, Michael. “Boxer,” 93.

Winch, Terence. “Cycle,” “Fear Itself,” 22. “Artificial Means to Frustrate the Sacred Ends of Nature,” “Hits,” 23. “Early Tendencies,” “Night Shift,” 26. “The Window,” “The Door,” “The Piano,” 28. “Night Court,” “Betrayal,” 50-51. “Great Big World,” “Gripe Waters of Derry,” “Human,” 81. “Ordinary Mortals.” 83. “Just the Ticket,” “Listening to the Ancestors,” 90. “Transparency,” “On George Tilyou’s Steeplechase,” 93. “The Cows,” “Gary Oldman and the Sea,” “Classical Instructions,” “Horse Play,” 101. “Underbelly,” “Say Yes to No,” “Poem That Sees into the Future,” 104. “Ancient Footprints,” “Germans Eating Cake,” “Spousal Benefits,” 108.

Winkfield, Trevor. “Ten Paintings,” 110.

Winslow, Peter. “Cosmic Impotence,” “Dense,” “The Lobotomized Elephant,” “Night of the Crowd,” “Spent Shell,” 11. “Any Musical Instrument Will Do,” “Eternity,” 12. “Doors Clanging Shut in the Cells of the Body,” “Medical Dental Poems,” 16. “three poems from A Daisy in the Memory of a Shark,” 18.

Wisher, Yolanda. “Gangsta Birth,” “Love Is Like a Faucet,” “Monk Eats an Afro,” 102. “Slow Drag,” “Havana Darlin,” “From Imhotep’s Kundalini,” “Violin to Fiddle,” 103. “Runs in the Family,” “When Sidney Poitier Smacks a White Man,” “Dope Magicians,” 108.

Woessner, Warren. “The Butterflies Return,” 17.

Wohl, Bess. “Baby,” “Everything in Plain Language,” “The Sink and Swim of One,” 59.

Wojahn, David. “Home from Work, Unbandaging,” “A White Suit, the Rain,” “On a Clear Night You can Pick Up Austin, Texas,” 31.

Wolf, Naomi. “Coyote,” “Fireflies,” “Word,” 87.

Wolff, Jessamyn. “Transverse Waves MI,” “Aplomb,” “My Brother Walks Down Pleasant Street,” “Most Days,” 110.

Wolff, Rebecca. “Sleephood,” “Seduction Theory,” “Run Catch Kiss,” 49. “The Rich Own Us,” 50-51.

Wolter, Richard. “A Formless Cloud in a Windless Sky,” 16.

Wonder, Alvin. “image from the deep,” 11.

Wong, Nellie. “How To Guard Our Dead,” “Ode to Two Sisters in the Sun,” “Window Full of Shoes” (prose), “My Sister Dreams,” 39.

Wood, Peter. “Mr. Bartolino,” “I Know a Woman,” “Mad Chat,” 52.

Woods, Alfred L. “Keith Village,” “Sung Aunty Bella,” “The Law 41.

Worden, Anne-Marie. “In Paris,” 57.

Worsley, Dale. “Dedekind’s Toes,” 98.

Worth, Andrea. “Road Crown: Construction Photographs,” 89.

Wright, David Walton. “On the horizon,” “Below the Springs,” “The Wish,” “Because of his grandchild’s death,” 43.

Wright, David. “To Miss a Turtle,” 103. “The Burden,” 107. “Nothing Old Under the Sun.” 109. “His Anger,” “The Martians on Board,” 110.

Wright, Jay. “A Nuer Sacrifice,” 8. “Dreaming,” “Variation on a Theme by LeRoi Jones,” 9. “Sources,” 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6; note to “Sources” [prose], 18. “From: The Weasel’s Fart and Blossoms,” “Pink and White,” 100.

Wright, Jeffrey Cyphers. “Good to Go,” “Look. See.,” 94. “Clear Function,” “Holiday Gold,” 108.

Wubbels, Eric. “Picasso Was a Fly,” 72.

Wubbels, Kurt. “To Greg, How’s Ohio?” “‘Anything is possible with a willing heart,'” “(French) Public Transit,” “The Voice of Robert Desnos,” 70.

Wunsch, Emma. “Why Did Daddy Do It?” [prose], 59. “Learning to Fly” (fiction), 64.

Wyatt, Andrea. “Founding Fathers: Burroughs,” 85.

Wyatt, Charles. “Beggar Couple with Children and Dog,” “Woman in North Holland Costume,” 64. “Teaching,”(fiction), 65. “Patterson Creek,” 69. “Poem Which Blunders into the Present Tense,” “My Men Have the Castle Surrounded,” “Rembrandt’s Nose,” 78. “Mona,” 79. “John Gardner’s Ghost,” 82. “Listening”, 84. “Rembrandt’s Nose,” [story], 88. “Brahms,” “Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy,” 94.

Wyndham, Harald. “elegy apocalypse,” 14.

Wyszomierski, Donna. “These children was born to my wife in common law,” “how many women go along with that go to church and light,” 34.

X

Xavier, Emanuel. “Latin Girl,” “It Rained The Day They Buried Tito,” 80.

Xue Di. “An Ordinary Day,” 78.

Y

Yamanaka, Lois-Ann. “Dead Dogs R I P,” “Kala &endash; Seventh Grade, Me &endash; Sixth Grade Sitting on Our Bikes by the Catholic Church,” 63.

Yankowitz, Emily “Cliché Conversation,”, 101.

Yardley, Meg. “Ten Ways of Looking at a Catalytic Converter”, 84.

Yau, John (with Archie Rand). Cover and art work, 62.

Yeung, Sarah. “Word,” “On a New York Fire Escape,” 87. “After Service,” 90.

York, Albert. Covers, Art Portfolio, 94.

Youmans, Marlene. “In April,” 27.

Youn, Yuna. “What Is Meant But What Happens,” 79.

Young, Al. “The Kiss,” “Yes, the Secret Mind Whispers,” 14.

Young, Brian. “Slade Addamson Visits Tucson, AZ,” 59.

Young, Ian. “Photos of Kevin,” 20.

Young, Margaret. “Two Raspberry Moons,” “Motif #2,” “By the Graveyard by the Sea,” 104.

Young, Rosetta. “When We Were Countries,” “And You Were Just the Icing on the Cake,” “He Owns This Land,” 90. “Dirty,” “On Being Experienced,” 91.“Providence,” “Wild Cat,” “Grand Central Main Concourse: October 22nd, 2008, 11:30 P.M.,” 94.

Yourgrau, Barry. “The Greek” (prose), 44.

Yu, Richard. “End of the Road,” 100.

 

Z

Zakosek, Chris. “After First Grade,” 48.

Zander, William. “Poem against Insecticides,” 19.

Zane, Geneva. “Pig,” 103.

Zapruder, Matthew. “She’s Trying to Sell Me Something,” 70.

Zavatsky, Bill. “Bald,” 49.”Sleep” 74. “Beetle,” 88. “Ode to the Maker of Odes,” 91. “Young Telemakhos at the Shore,” “Choices,” “The Woman Upstairs,” 101.

Zealand, Karen. “Before the PRINCESS Was Lost to a Shoe Store,” 58.

Zeavin, Hannah. “Someone’s Talking about Mal Waldron,” 90. . ““Don’t Forget the Motor City!”” “Mama!,” 91. “Lineage,” 92.

Zegers, Kip. “Ceilings,” 47. “A Promise,” 52. “How to Stand,” 87.

Zerick, Trina M. “How to Make a Bed” 74.

Zetter, Sharon. “NC-17,” 76.

Zexter, Melissa. “Ten Images” (art work), 69.

Zhang, Albert. “Erasure,” “Glory Days,” 110.

Zhang, Zixiang. “In the Heart of Summer,” “White,” “When Riding at Night,” 97.

Zheng, Jianqing. “Hunger,” “Picture Taking in the Chinese Cultural Revolution,” 88. “Snapshots of Delta Shacks,” 107 .

Zhao, Grace. “Athazagoraphobia,” “Coca Cola,” 106.

Zimmerman, Rachel. “I wouldn’t have returned your overdue books,” “Ink Means Never Having to Say Rewrite,” 42.

Zirlin, Larry. “The Rubber Dagger,” “Epitaph,” 49. “New Year’s Day,” “Chronic,” “36 Today,” “Weegee,” 53. “Anniversary,” “Under the Tongue,” “Press Check,” “The Moon Plan,” 56. “Mary, Not Mommy,” 59. “Counting,” 61. “On the F Line,” “Laundromat,” “To Friends in the Country,” 6?. “Sunday,” “My Mother’s Double Vision,” “The Mistake,” “Night Owl,” “The Extreme Myope,” 69. “People at Pay Phones,” “From: Corner of Clinton and President,” 72.”Fasting,” “Final” 75. “The Parables of Choice,” “Let’s Just Say,” “We have no time to waste emotion on anything,” 82. “Culling Books,” “Key West,” 90.”Moving,” 100.

Zuckerman, Marilyn. “The Body Manufactures Designs,” 25.