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American Poetry Review
Volume: 34.3 | Year: 2005

Table of Contents:

Lisa C. Beskin
You're Welcome
Ars Poetica

Robert Bly
Eating Blackberry Jam
A Week in Florence
Bach's B Minor Mass
The Granada Gypsies

Gillian Conoley
Toughness of the Serpent
Tenderness of the Dove
Do We
Shorn Polecat, the Helping Verb for Which One Must Keep One's Ears Low

Katie Ford
Colosseum

Steve Healey
My Friends Are on Fire
Where Shame Comes From

Anne Marie Macari
Radio
As if the Body
Still Life with Magnolia and Dove

Eileen Myles
I Know I'm One
Each Defeat

Brenda Marie Osbey
Canne a Sucre: A Slave-Song Suite

Donald Revell
Thief of Strings
Batram's Travels
The Wisdoms
Stoic
Sibylline
What if Christ Were a Snowflake Falling into the Sea?

Michael Ryan
Very Hot Day
Sex and Death
Open Window Truck Noise 3AM
Mortuary
After Long Illness
Little Monsters
Spring

William Stobb
Dissayda Worl

Cesar Vallejo
The Black Heralds
Pilgrimage
Ostrich
The Spider
The Narrow Theater Box
Plaster
Ebony Leaves
Prayer on the Road
Distant Footsteps
Agape
The Black Cup
The Voice in the Mirror
May
Epexegesis

Marlys West
When the Coward Goes Out

Susan Wood
Mothers and Sons
Mothers and Daughters

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Gillian Conoley
Toughness of the Serpent; Tenderness of the Dove; Do We; Shorn Polecat, the Helping Verb for Which One Must Keep One's Ears Low

 

Katie Ford
Colosseum

 

Steve Healey
My Friends Are on Fire; Where Shame Comes From

 

Eileen Myles
I Know I'm One; Each Defeat

 

Donald Revell
Thief of Strings; Batram's Travels; The Wisdoms; Stoic; Sibylline; What if Christ Were a Snowflake Falling into the Sea?

 

William Stobb
Dissayda Worl

 

Susan Wood
Mothers and Sons; Mothers and Daughters