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Issue 86


A conversation with Li-Young Lee, plus three new poems; Samuel Gray Anderson enters the enchanted world of Nick Cave; and Randy Boyagoda offers a short story about an accidental saint. Plus, Gregory Wolfe on the problem of silence; poems by Marjorie Stelmach, Bronwen B. Newcott, and Jill Bergkamp; novelist Samuel Thomas Martin on the photography of Jonathan Castellino; stained glass by Thomas Denny; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Harboring Silence


Randy Boyagoda, Sister Saint Maisie Connecticut
Tim Farrington, Sticking the Landing


Marjorie Stelmach, Two Poems
Bronwen B. Newcott, Three Poems
Joshua Robbins, Two Poems
Li-Young Lee, Three Poems
Jill Bergkamp, Two Poems
William Wenthe, Three Poems
Brett Foster, Two Poems
Richard Jones, Three Poems
Christopher Howell, Three Poems

The Visual Arts

Samuel Thomas Martin, Candy and Copenhagen: Encountering the Art of Jonathan Castellino
Mark Cazalet, Walking Man: The Art of Thomas Denny


A Conversation with Li-Young Lee


Samuel Gray Anderson, Nick Cave’s Enchanted World: Some Angles of Entry


Michelle Syba, Something Understood

Book Review

Joel Heng Hartse on Carl Wilson’s Let’s Talk About Love,
Devon Powers’s Writing the Record,
and Ethan Hayden’s ( )

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

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