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Issue 51

A conversation with Franz Wright; Patricia C. Pongracz on the urban photography of Larry Racioppo; Sister Wendy Beckett looks at Jila Peacock’s Ten Poems from Hafez; and Andrew Hudgins finds consolation in comedy. With poems by Philip Levine, Amy McCann, and Brett Foster; fiction by Diane Glancy and Lorraine López; and more

Angel of Elegy


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Becoming Accustomed to the Light


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The Distant, Watery Globe


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At The Church of San Crisogono


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At the Church of Santa Maria Novella


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Ode to the Buffman Brothers


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Poverty of Spirit


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Body as Temple


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A Conversation with Franz Wright


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Winter Song


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The Word on the Street: The Photographs of Larry Racioppo


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The Traveler to His Wife


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The Intoxicating Eye: On Looking at Jila Peacock’s Ten Poems from Hafez


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Intercession: For My Daughter


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Recovering Evangelical: Reflections of an Erstwhile Christ Addict


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The First Request of Lazarus


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Gladly, the Cross-eyed Bear


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Visitation Rights


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Fast


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The Man Who Said Yellow


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Ithaca


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Human Services


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A Death in Sicily


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Zero Does Lear


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Keeping a Private Address


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