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Cincinnati Review
Volume: 13.2 | Year: 2017

Table of Contents:

Scott Beal
The Door through Which the Church Enters Me

Jessica Rae Bergamino
When We Two Parted

Jackson Burgess
Elegy

Elizabeth Cantwell
Weak Stars
Meteor Showers

Jari Chevalier
Words of a Dying Stingray
Clean

Shayok Misha Chowdhury
Creation Myth: Morning

April Christiansen
Dysphagia

Jim Daniels
Natural

Cassie Donish
At the Sill

Alex Dreppec
You Should Have Visited This City

Carol Ellis
Weathervane
Stairscape

William Fargason
Prayer

Taylor Gorman
Insect

Jessica Greenbaum
A History of Our Possessions

Todd Hearon
Mnemosyne

Andrew Hemmert
Smokestacks

Claire Hero
The Intraocular Ocean

Patrick Clement James
Needville, TX

Brionne Janae
At the Crossroads

Josh Kalscheur
Self-Care
Really I Am Temporary

Alex Lemon
Thermal

Chip Livingston
The Other Foot

Eduardo Martinez-Leyva
Negation Litany for a Fallen God

Leslie Adrienne Miller
Cutaneous Rabbit Illusion

Jennifer Moore
Skeleton Clock

Charlotte Muzzi
October
December

Okwudili Nebeolisa
Harmattan
He Wasn't That Scared

Marilyn Nelson
The Meeting-House
First Minister
Five Years before the Mast
Patriot Preacher

David O'Connell
Seeing the famous, our desire for fame

Frank Ormsby
The Fisherman
The Snail

Leah Poole Osowski
Vs. Field

Philip Pardi
Ocean in View

Catherine Pierce
All of This Building

Katy Richey
Into the Bluest Part

David Roderick
Fugitive Spring

Carina del Valle Schorske
The Stranger

Brittney Scott
Daughter of Wild Hedges

Martha Silano
No, the very first time

Chrys Tobey
So Far, It Looks Like I May Live a Long Life

Jonathon Weinert
Sea Panel
Garden Panel

Kathleen Winter
perishing
Ontology

Valerie Wohlfeld
The Sapphire Necklace

Joseph Zaccardi
Boy Leading a Horse

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Cassie Donish
At the Sill

 

William Fargason
Prayer

 

Claire Hero
The Intraocular Ocean

 

Josh Kalscheur
Self-Care; Really I Am Temporary

 

Alex Lemon
Thermal

 

Catherine Pierce
All of This Building

 

Kathleen Winter
perishing; Ontology