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Pleiades
Volume: 23.2 | Year: 2003

Table of Contents:

Brian Barker
Snow Over Shaver's Fork

Rick Barot
West 16th Street

Amy Beeder
Frozen Charlotte
Zuckerman's Daughter

Lucy Bucknell
At the Hospital

C. S. Carrier
Azalea

Cynthia Cruz
Tellurian
Self Portrait

Michalle Gould
We Were Never Angels

Jennifer Grotz
Ghost
The Train

Terrance Hayes
American Movie
Tour Daufuskie

Brian Henry
Discrete Mathematics

Bob Hicok
Fun with epistemology

James Hoch
He Liked the Car; Meaning

Alissa Leigh
London E5

Jeffrey Levine
Sea Light

Alexander Long
Photograph: Anne Sexton on the Dust Jacket of Her Complete Poems
Over the Orchards of Selma

Sarah Manguso
A Flag-Raising

Radha Marcum
Caddis

Ida McCall
Bride, Wrong for Duplication
Ode to Krazy

Bruce McCandless
The Hard Sell

Ander Monson
Instructions for Divers: On Retrieval

Rusty Morrison
To Examine a Dead Thing

Jill Osier
This Is Not a Love Song

Danielle Pafunda
RSVP
Migraine Trails a Nude
Nude Model Airplane
Half Sisters Homecoming

Ethan Paquin
When I Don't Think of This World

Chris Perkowski
Drive

Paisley Rekdal
Parable

Amy Newlove Schroeder
Poems are Remote & Cunning as Fire

Heather Smith
Awake

Christine M. Sneed
People Who Forget to Tie Their Shoes

Sara Sowers
After the War

James Tate
Shiloh
Remember the Good Times
The Greater Battle

Jean Valentine
The first thing this thing she takes

Helen Wickes
Prayer for Autumn with Sparrows in the Margins
The Chaperone
Lives of the Clouds

Rodney Wittwer
Parade

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Brian Barker
Snow Over Shaver's Fork

 

Rick Barot
West 16th Street

 

C. S. Carrier
Azalea

 

Jennifer Grotz
Ghost; The Train

 

Terrance Hayes
American Movie; Tour Daufuskie

 

Bob Hicok
Fun with epistemology

 

James Hoch
He Liked the Car; Meaning

 

Sarah Manguso
A Flag-Raising

 

Ander Monson
Instructions for Divers: On Retrieval

 

Rusty Morrison
To Examine a Dead Thing

 

Paisley Rekdal
Parable

 

James Tate
Shiloh; Remember the Good Times; The Greater Battle

 

Jean Valentine
The first thing this thing she takes