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American Poetry Review
Volume: 44.5 | Year: 2015

Table of Contents:

Ellen Bass
Taking Off the Front of the House
Sometimes I'm frightened

Nina Cassian
Transfiguration
The Last Flag
The Sun's Missing Shadow

Rene Char
Cooled Metals
Slope
Croesus
Confrontations
Pruner's Diaeresis
Stern Lesson
Jagged
Singular

Norman Dubie
Immortality
Delmore Schwartz Vigilant Among Large Headed Lilacs
Elegy for Brian Young
Sutra
Not the Three Botticelli Paintings
Autumn in Enigma, Arizona

Adam Fitzgerald
Here Comes the Hotstepper
Big Data
Happiness Machines
RAS Syndrome

Katie Ford
from The Addresses

Leonard Gontarek
Chopin
Promise

Rachel Eliza Griffiths
Good Death
Blue, with a Farewell in It
Blue, Facedown
Eurydice, Mississippi, 2015

Jared Harel
Veterans Day, 2014

Ernest Hilbert
Barnegat Light

David Lehman
The Unthinkable
Who Killed Tragedy?
Film Noir
On Keats's Birthday

Susan Lilley
Permission
Radio Dedication: To Her Kinswoman

Campbell McGrath
Einstein's Clock (1905)
Georges Braque (1911)
The Atomic Clock (1939)
Elvis Presley (1957)
The Ticking Clock (1971)
Voyager I & II (1977)
Digital Clocks (1992)

D. Nurkse
The High Heat
Our Father's Body

Catie Rosemurgy
The Forthcoming Disasters of Gold River
He Shuffles His Papers at the Lectern. She Adjusts Her Skirt. Another Presses Forward.
She Scolds the First Possible Animal
A Fire Is a Good Companion, She Said
Henry Rise

Matthew Zapruder
Into the Alpine Meadow I Send a Few Silent Apologies
Poem for Tomaz Salamun
Poem for Coleridge
Poem for Keats
Poem for a Sleepless Friend
What Is the Naturalist Saying?

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Ellen Bass
Taking Off the Front of the House; Sometimes I'm frightened

 

Norman Dubie
Immortality; Delmore Schwartz Vigilant Among Large Headed Lilacs; Elegy for Brian Young; Sutra; Not the Three Botticelli Paintings; Autumn in Enigma, Arizona

 

Katie Ford
from The Addresses

 

David Lehman
The Unthinkable; Who Killed Tragedy?; Film Noir; On Keats's Birthday

 

D. Nurkse
The High Heat; Our Father's Body

 

Catie Rosemurgy
The Forthcoming Disasters of Gold River; He Shuffles His Papers at the Lectern. She Adjusts Her Skirt. Another Presses Forward.; She Scolds the First Possible Animal; A Fire Is a Good Companion, She Said; Henry Rise

 

Matthew Zapruder
Into the Alpine Meadow I Send a Few Silent Apologies; Poem for Tomaz Salamun; Poem for Coleridge; Poem for Keats; Poem for a Sleepless Friend; What Is the Naturalist Saying?