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Denver Quarterly
Volume: 35.4 | Year: 2001

Table of Contents:

Bruce Bond
Chants

Chard deNiord
Sharp Golden Thorn
Pitch
In My Estrangement

Patricia Ferrell
Against Architecture
Hangover
The Monkey Wars, Pt. 1

Philip Fried
The Gates of Hell
Telephony

James Galvin
Heat Waves in Winter Distance
Fire Season
Jet Stream
Artifact

Brent House
Augur of Principle
Augur of Stools
Augur of Forest for Trees
Pastoral
Pastoral

Mark Irwin
Potter's Field
White Notebook

Gordon Johnston
Bird Calendar
The F Word

John Koethe
A Perfume
The Chinese Room
The New Economy
Forbidden Plant

Lisa Lubasch
(A Morphology of Time)
First Memory of Impermanence
The Lure of Gravity
Ascent

Patricia M. Machmiller
The Island

Morton Marcus
Fire

James McManus
Torcello Mnemonic

Roger Mitchell
Pauses Like Ledges

Rick Mulkey
Negative Space

Simon Perchik
D173

Matthew Rohrer
Winged Snake Found on a Path

Peter Sacks
Thorn
Valediction

Nicholas Samaras
April

Lytle Shaw
Brusing up on Landmarks
Six Bodily Graphs
Guru Nook

Reginald Shepherd
Primitive Painters
Topograph
Boy, Allegorically Deployed
A Little Bitter Commentary

Katherine Soniat
September Sentence
Sutures
Eros

D. E. Steward
Abrila

A. E. Stringer
Suns of the Milky Way

John Yau
Three Panels from an Anonymous Fifteenth Century Painting Which Has Been Subsenquently Repainted on Two Occasions
Heraclitus' Parking Lot
I'm Just a Factory Boy

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Bruce Bond
Chants

 

James Galvin
Heat Waves in Winter Distance; Fire Season; Jet Stream; Artifact

 

Mark Irwin
Potter's Field; White Notebook

 

John Koethe
A Perfume; The Chinese Room; The New Economy; Forbidden Plant

 

Lisa Lubasch
(A Morphology of Time); First Memory of Impermanence; The Lure of Gravity; Ascent

 

Matthew Rohrer
Winged Snake Found on a Path

 

A. E. Stringer
Suns of the Milky Way

 

John Yau
Three Panels from an Anonymous Fifteenth Century Painting Which Has Been Subsenquently Repainted on Two Occasions; Heraclitus' Parking Lot; I'm Just a Factory Boy