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An interview with Jorie Graham on the Art of Poetry.
“Quite the most enchanting maniac I’ve met”: A visit with Patrick Leigh Fermor.
William T. Vollmann on the Siege of Stalingrad.
Stories by John Griesemer, Miranda July, and Josip Novakovich. Poems by A. R. Ammons, Billy Collins, Dana Goodyear, and Bruce Smith.
John Griesemer, The Isle of Dogs
Miranda July, Birthmark
Josip Novakovich, Spleen
William T. Vollmann, The Last Field Marshal
Jorie Graham, The Art of Poetry No. 85 Full Text
A. R. Ammons, Everything
George Bradley, A Few of Her Secrets
Nicholas Christopher, Two Poems
Billy Collins, One Self
Mark Conway, Two Poems
John Diamond-Nigh, Two Poems
Lee Fulton, Sardegna
Guy Goffette, Boarding the Streetcar: Variations
Dana Goodyear, Flagrance
Debora Greger, To the Fifties
Aileen Grumbach, Waiting on Sabbathday Lake
Marilyn Hacker, Jean-Michel Galibert
John Hollander, Two Poems
Robin Magowan, Two Poems
Cate Marvin, Have You Been Anywhere?
Juliet Mattila, The Disappearance of the Color Red
W. S. Merwin, Two Poems
Jennifer Militello, Two Poems
Alan Michael Parker, The Island
Melanie Rehak, Self-Portrait as the Liberal Arts
Neil Shepard, Youthful, I Fell Off the Temple of Apollo
Bruce Smith, Song of Le Sony'r Ra
Charlie Smith, Two Poems
Joanne Straley, Seeds
Joel Whitney, Of Fasting
Paula Fox, After the Snow
Shusha Guppy, A Talk with Jonathan Miller
Shazia Sikander, Miniatures