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Issue 78


New work by Richard Rodriguez; poems by Jennifer Maier, Javier Sicilia, Bruce Beasley, and Karen An-hwei Lee; and Gregory Wolfe on the meaning of comedy in our time. Plus, Jeffrey Overstreet considers the collaborative portraits of Fritz Liedtke; Steve Prince’s art “wrought in the spirit of the possible”; a conversation with author Robert Clark; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Steeple and the Gargoyle


Molly McNett, La Pulchra Nota

Molly Patterson, Père David Speaks of the Panda


Javier Sicilia, The Track in the Wilderness
Translated by Dan Bellm

Bruce Beasley, Repetition Compulsion
Cleft for Me Let Me Hide Myself from Thee

Garret Keizer, Of Unicorns
When Honor Faced Off Against No Honor
When It Was Still Possible to Turn….

Karen An-Hwei Lee, Forgiveness IV

Elizabeth Spires, March: Saint John the Divine
Self-Portrait as Lighthouse

Dick Allen, Shortnin’ Bread
Quantum Physicists in a Night Garden

Jennifer Maier, A True Story


A Conversation with Robert Clark

Visual Arts

Jeffrey Overstreet, To Make People Wonder: The Collaborative Portraits of Fritz Liedtke

Beth McCoy, Second Line and the Art of Witness: Steve Prince’s Katrina Suite


Richard Rodriguez, Transit Alexander

Book Review

Melissa Range, Katy Didden’s The Glacier’s Wake
Kathryn Maris’s God Loves You
Mary Szybist’s Incarnadine

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Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × .5 in

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