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Crazyhorse
Volume: 89 | Year: 2016

Table of Contents:

Toby Altman
Theory of Tragedy

Hadara Bar-Nadav
Pill
Swan

Anne Barngrover
If I Start Talking About It Now I Won't Stop Hollering
Prudesville, USA

Monica Berlin
Let the Day Make Its Own
Pressed Against These Days, & Against

Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo
Meditation for the Lost and Found

Adrian Blevins
Little Elegy
Status Report

Bruce Bond
Islands of the Arctic

Rick Bursky
I'm Now Prepared for the New Exuberance

Allison Davis
In the Back of the Innkeeper's Mind, the Keyrack

Jehanne Dubrow
From the Aberdeen Proving Ground

Jennifer Givhan
The Accusation

Laurel Hunt
You come back to me in 2017
Conversion

John James
Wunderkind

Kasey Jueds
A Separate Bird Each Time (Origami)
The Hedge

Emily Koehn
Too Many

Lance Larsen
Hurting the World at Different Speeds
The Wider You Tack, the Truer You Wander

Ryan Mattern
Found in Azimuth
The New Bed

Matt W. Miller
High School Reunion

Matt Morton
Loomings No Longer

Kathryn Nuernberger
Poor Crow's Got Too Much Fight To Live

Giovanni Pascoli
Plain and Hill

Jennifer Perrine
The Students Have Asked Me to Be More Visibly Queer

Sasha Pimentel
Our First Year

John Repp
Of Orlando, Letters of Credit & Glass Bottle-Making Machinery

Elizabeth Scanlon
Escapism
Waltzball
The Odds

Steven D. Schroeder
Myths About the Death of the Frontier
Outside View of the Victory Festivities

Martha Silano
Spam Is Passing into Our Lives

Chelsea Wagenaar
The Spinning Place

Mark Wagenaar
A Cairn of Fine Bones: A Plea

G. C. Waldrep
My Ghost Fell against the Grove
Come to Your Garden, O Gardener

Elizabeth Whittlesey
Found Pioneer Letter

Kathleen Winter
Queen Isabel on Watch Hill

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Toby Altman
Theory of Tragedy

 

Hadara Bar-Nadav
Pill; Swan

 

Monica Berlin
Let the Day Make Its Own; Pressed Against These Days, & Against

 

Bruce Bond
Islands of the Arctic

 

Laurel Hunt
You come back to me in 2017; Conversion

 

John James
Wunderkind

 

Lance Larsen
Hurting the World at Different Speeds; The Wider You Tack, the Truer You Wander

 

Kathryn Nuernberger
Poor Crow's Got Too Much Fight To Live

 

Jennifer Perrine
The Students Have Asked Me to Be More Visibly Queer

 

Mark Wagenaar
A Cairn of Fine Bones: A Plea

 

G. C. Waldrep
My Ghost Fell against the Grove; Come to Your Garden, O Gardener

 

Kathleen Winter
Queen Isabel on Watch Hill