Issue #14: Love Stories & Poems

Issue #14: Love Stories & Poems

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Issue: #14, Love Stories & Poems
Fall 1982

Contents:

  • James Sunwall / “Love in the Forest”
  • Anthony Caputi / “The Voyeur”
  • John Solensten / “Feathers”
  • Lillian C. Jen / “The Small Concerns of Sparrows”
  • Laurie Alberts / “Veterans”
  • Walter Sanders / “Tattoos”
  • Roger Parham-Brown / “Driving the Boss Lady”
  • Lee K. Abbott, Jr. / “Living Alone in Iota”
  • Kevin Tudish / “August”
  • M.L. Moore / “How”
  • William Hathaway / “Let’s All Go to the Dairy Queen”
  • Marianne Wiggins / “Millie and Hesh”

Interviews:

  • Joyce Renwick / John Irving
  • Joyce Renwick / Gail Godwin

Poetry:

  • Edward Hirsch / “Excuses; Two Unhappy Love Poems”
  • Kenneth Rosen / “My Tea”
  • Lorrie Goldensohn / “Real Estate; Street Log”
  • Elizabeth Spires / “Song of Renunciation”
  • Herbert Scott / “Fathers of Desire”
  • Gerald Stern / “Moscow”
  • Marilyn Hacker / “Self”
  • Nadell Fishman / “Study; Love is Nothing”
  • Pamela Harrison / “Almagest”
  • Jack Myers / “The Diamond Explanation; Imbalance; Ghazal”
  • Daniel Mark Epstein / “The Glass”
  • James Reiss / “Anandi”
  • Nicholas Christopher / “Treaty of Love”
  • Cynthia Hogue / “Walking the Wasteland in Thule”
  • Pamela Stewart / “Local Color”
  • Barry Goldensohn / “Garden Sculpture; The Young Wife Begins”
  • Julie Fay / “Tornado; Four Years After”
  • David Wojahn / “Red Clouds, Ocean Springs”
  • Deborah Ward / “Messages; Desire; Rainmakers”
  • David Ignatow / “If I Kiss You”
  • Jeannie Thompson / “Song for My Body’s Dancing”
  • Leslie Ullman / “American Deaf Dance Company, Whistle Stop”
  • David St. John / “Vain in Vain”
  • Stephen Sandy / “Tally”
  • Michael Burkard / “Untitled”
  • Albert Goldbarth / “Toward Congruency”
  • Valerie Wells / “The Magician and His Assistant”
  • Pamela White Hadas / From Betsy Ross in Thirteen States of Mind
  • Mark Doty / “Three Sundays, A Saturday, Roses, Photographs”

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