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Notre Dame Review
Volume: 45 | Year: 2018

Table of Contents:

Rebecca Foust
the best thing a man ever said to me

Jonathan Greenhause
Un incendio dificil de traducir

Michael Homolka
Graduate Degree

Michael Hudson
Failure of Imagination After Seeing Photos of Pluto Sent Back from the New Horizons Space Probe

George Kalamaras
If a Black Cat Licks Her Fur the Wrong Way, It Will Either Rain or Trouble Will Come to the Family

Elisa Karbin
A Longing for Wilderness Reveals Itself

Greg Leatherman
Trinidad Pearls

Gary Lemons
Flat Earth
The Biter Bit

Phong Luu
Our Own Pablo Neruda

David Moolten
Oklahoma Denies Inmate's Request for a Buddhist Monk in the Death Chamber

Aaron Novick
Fleeing Ghost
Cicada

Martin Ott
The Things They Burned
Concrete Evidence

Jennifer J. Pruiett-Selby
State Park at Daybreak
Hesiod's Dream: Creation

Varun Ravindran
Melville at the Customs House
Pulse

Susan Rich
Leaving the Shadow Box

Estiban Rodriguez
Loterea
Scarecrow

Mark Scroggins
Sinister Harlequin

Neil Shepard
Volterra, Again
Lines Written at Tyrone Guthrie

Martha Silano
Nearly Every Songbird on Earth Is Eating Plastic

Jonathan Stalling
Elocution Made Easy

Kayvan Tahmasebian
The Fetus of the Text
Shah's Mosque

Heather Treseler
Hera: Memorandum on the Latter-Day Leda
Hephaestus: a Memoir in 'M'

Paul Valery
Cemetery by the Sea

Marc Vincenz
Ode to a Metalworker from Sumerian Heaven
When a Single Secret World is Spoken

Daneen Wardrop
Chillburn

Wallis Wilde-Menozzi
Parrots

William Kelley Woolfitt
Jarena Lee Preaches at Buffalo Village

Desmond kon Zhicheng-Mingde
The Geometry of Donald Judd
he Invisible Puvis Figure
The Other Woman's Hat

Poets of Interest in this issue:

George Kalamaras
If a Black Cat Licks Her Fur the Wrong Way, It Will Either Rain or Trouble Will Come to the Family