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Denver Quarterly
Volume: 36.1 | Year: 2001

Table of Contents:

Ralph Angel
And More
A Second Silence
Between Murmur and Glare

Antler
Feral
New Clocks for Millenium

Angela Ball
Why I Should Be a Concierge
Difficult Daughters

Anne Barrows
Consequences

Bruce Beasley
Balm
Refuge

D. C. Berry
Hamlet Off-stage: Over-alls
Hamlet Off-stage: Van Gogh versus LOVE &LIFE

George Bilgere
Ike
Glass Houses

Laurie Blauner
Glass Houses

Michelle Boisseau
Leaf's Lay of the Everlasting
Envy Has No Holidays

Bruce Bond
Bodhisattva

Rolfe Dieter Brinkmann
The Naked Foot of Ava Gardner
Always More Words

Terri Brown-Davidson
Bitch Goddesses' Talents
Against the Ordinary

Paula Closson Buck
Waiting for Tassos

Jeanette Clough
First Shudder

Daniel Corrie
Unfolding the Quilt

Caroline Crumpacker
Anotehr Romantic Vendetta
Vernissage

Dana Curtis
Iris, Narcissus, Columbine
Salamander

William Virgil Davis
Black Ice

Nancy Eimers
Nouns
S-Curve, 131

Amy England
Hermes as a Victim of His Own Nature
Evanston or Maybe Highland Park
My Grandfather as Egyptian Bas-relief

Malcolm Farley
Meridional
Time Will Tell

Stuart Friebert
Black Jewfish
Bitter End

Cathryn Hankla
Collaboration

Paul Hoover
Suite for Toy Piano

Christine Hume
The Nothing That Was There: Interiors of an Ice Ambulist

Lisa Isaacson
Anatolia Chimney
Uppermost Form, Agitated
Unattract

John Isles
To a Pretending Leaf
In the Erogenous Zone of the Body Politic

Benjamin Ivry
Too Poor to Bind
Ward 18 South--Bellevue--July
Brooklyn Winter Roses

Jesse Lee Kercheval
White
Green

Michelle Mithcell-Foust
Quidam, Kafka's Early Childhood
Anotehr Flood Stage
Salon with Stage Direction

Amy Newman
In the World of the Bittersweet
Like the World

B.Z. Niditch
Stalin is Dead
Above Suspicion, 1930-1990
A Visitor in 1944

Oskar Pastior
Frescobaldi
From Research and Science
Meaning-Mania in Sand-Sieve, with Accidental-Imagism, Sketch
There's a Smell
On MY Sleep
Wild Lemons

Naomi Rachel
Mrs. Melville's House
The Very Rose

Martha Ronk
Anticipation
Bounded in a nutshell
Acting
The Mother #1
The Mother #2
Words, Words, Words
Ophelia over the pond
The Scene of the Crime

Christy Rowe
the People that in Darkness Sat
Pentecost

Larry Rubin
Why George Sanders Committed Suicide (and Related Epiphanies)

Tom Russell
On the Announced Engagement of Human-Cloud in The Commerican Appeal

Vern Rutsala
Whistle Stop
The House of Your Dream
Our Sad Garden

Mary Ann Samyn
Later, a Little Thing--
A Thought, For Example, Is a Form

Andrea Scott
Water-Time-Space

Maureen Seaton
You're babylon and I'm Brazil

Peter Jay Shippy
A Poet Refuses to Leave the Radioactive Zone
Sehnsucht
Metal in the Form of a Flexible Thread: July Fantasia

Bruce Smith
Song of James

Katherine Soniat
Sutures
Ore

D. E. Steward
Februari

John Tagliabue
Two Poems

Sidney Wade
Little Body Songs

Gary Young
Two Untitled Poems

Ali Yuce
Bleeding
Book on the Gallows

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Ralph Angel
And More; A Second Silence; Between Murmur and Glare

 

Laurie Blauner
Glass Houses

 

Bruce Bond
Bodhisattva

 

Dana Curtis
Iris, Narcissus, Columbine; Salamander

 

Paul Hoover
Suite for Toy Piano

 

Christine Hume
The Nothing That Was There: Interiors of an Ice Ambulist

 

John Isles
To a Pretending Leaf; In the Erogenous Zone of the Body Politic

 

Amy Newman
In the World of the Bittersweet; Like the World

 

Martha Ronk
Anticipation; Bounded in a nutshell; Acting; The Mother #1; The Mother #2; Words, Words, Words; Ophelia over the pond; The Scene of the Crime

 

Peter Jay Shippy
A Poet Refuses to Leave the Radioactive Zone; Sehnsucht; Metal in the Form of a Flexible Thread: July Fantasia