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Poetry
Volume: 209.1 | Year: 2016

Table of Contents:

Kaveh Akbar
Portrait of the Alcholic Floating in Space with Severed Umbilicus
River of Milk

Rosebud Ben-Oni
Matarose Tags G-Dragon on the 7

Joshua Bennett
Owed to Pedagogy

Marianne Boruch
The No-Name Tapestries
The Anti-Grief

Victoria Chang
Barbie Chang's Tears

Ken Chen
You May Visit the Cosmos but You May Not Speak of It (or on the Tackiness of Elegy).

Patrick Cotter
Time Traveler

Calvin Forbes
The Card Players
Shakespeare and the Blues

Carolyn Forche
The Boatman
Mourning

S. J. Fowler
The Robin Hood Estate

Daisy Fried
No God in Us but Song

Lisa Gill
Post-Traumatic Rainstorm
Fig, Folded

Henry Gould
Cedar Replica

Jessica Greenbaum
Days I Delighted in Everything

Wayne Holloway-Smith
Some Waynes

Yusef Komunyakaa
Our Side of the Creek
Blackamoors, Villa La Pietra

Laurie Clements Lambeth
Cusped Pronosis

Thomas Lux
Ode to the Electric Fish that Eat Only the Tails of Other Electric Fish,

Randall Mann
Dolores Park

Lani O'Hanlon
A Copper Basin in Florence

Elise Paschen
Lear's Wife

Clare Pollard
Pinocchios
Leviathan

Michael Robbins
Know It All

Michael Symmons Roberts
Nativity Scene in Bullet-Time

Isabel Rogers
Watching the Perseids
Grave robbing

David St. John
The Last Troubador

Drew Swinger
Sonnet for Brett Foster

Yuki Tanaka
Death in Parentheses

Kerri Webster
Hermeneutics

Cynthia Zarin
Sunday

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Kaveh Akbar
Portrait of the Alcholic Floating in Space with Severed Umbilicus; River of Milk

 

Rosebud Ben-Oni
Matarose Tags G-Dragon on the 7

 

Marianne Boruch
The No-Name Tapestries; The Anti-Grief

 

Victoria Chang
Barbie Chang's Tears

 

Ken Chen
You May Visit the Cosmos but You May Not Speak of It (or on the Tackiness of Elegy).

 

Carolyn Forche
The Boatman; Mourning

 

Yusef Komunyakaa
Our Side of the Creek; Blackamoors, Villa La Pietra

 

Thomas Lux
Ode to the Electric Fish that Eat Only the Tails of Other Electric Fish,

 

Michael Robbins
Know It All

 

Kerri Webster
Hermeneutics