New Letters magazine

Volume 72 No. 2 (winter, 2006)

  • Editor's Note

  • 6 /

    "All That I Remember"

    , Robert Stewart
  • Interview

  • 81 /

    The Scrupulous Attention, an interview with Mark Strand

    , conducted by Robert Stewart
  • Essays & Articles

  • 10 /

    32nd Running of the Tempus Stakes

    , Moe Folk
  • 65 /

    The Art of Revising

    , Jorie Graham
  • 121 /

    The Beautiful City of Tirzah, first place, the Dorothy Churchill Cappon Prize for the Essay

    , Harrison Fletcher
  • Fiction

  • 43 /

    Into the Holy of Holies

    , Brian Weinberg
  • 109 /

    Putting Things Together, first place, the Alexander Patterson Cappon Prize for Fiction

    , Mary A. Porto
  • 141 / Denouement, Brian Doyle
  • 155 /

    The Horse in Our History

    , Daniel Woodrell
  • Poetry

  • 35 / Little Immortality Poem, Peter Cooley
  • 36 / What Fact?, Peter Cooley
  • 37 /

    The World According to Peter

    , Peter Cooley
  • 38 / Ghazal for the Feast of All Saints, Lynn Domina
  • 40 / Quail, Dore Kiesselbach
  • 41 / Chronological Incident, Dore Kiesselbach
  • 95 / Man and Camel, Mark Strand
  • 96 / Mother and Son, Mark Strand
  • 97 / Cake, Mark Strand
  • 98 / 2032, Mark Strand
  • 99 / Fire, Mark Strand
  • 101 /

    Effigy of John Donne in His Death Shroud, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 102 /

    John Donne on His Deathbed, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 104 /

    Flap Anatomy, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 106 /

    Miss La La at the Circus, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 107 /

    The Gorgons, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 144 / Fifteen-year-old Girl Weeps Stones, David Citino
  • 145 / I Want To Be Alone. Please Call, David Citino
  • 146 /

    Don't Want No—Can't Get No—Ain't Got No

    , Richard A. Jones
  • 148 / After Reading Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus and Philosophical Investigations Again, Richard A. Jones
  • 149 / Pia Louise of the Pink Palace, Nance Van Winckel
  • 150 / from Ordinary Time, Christine Gelineau
  • 151 / from What Holiness is Left Us, Christine Gelineau
  • 152 / We Have Taken Trees With Us, Harry Humes
  • 153 / View Toward the Barn in March, Harry Humes
  • Reviews & Commentaries

  • 164 /

    Famous Poets and Other Oxymorons, on the new book by Lucia Perillo

    , Amy Lemmon
  • 167 /

    What Their Lives Embody: Storytelling as a Gift, on the stories of R. M. Kinder

    , Catherine Browder
  • 171 /

    The Good Harvest, on the poetry of Van K. Brock

    , Christine Meyer Ponsford
  • Artwork

  • 0 /

    Allegrias, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 0 /

    Mother and Son, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 0 /

    Man and Camel, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 9 /

    No. 317, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 34 /

    Encore, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 42 /

    Gift Horse, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 64 /

    Detail of canvas Fire, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 64 /

    fold out and canvases, pages 64, 75-79.

    , Mark Strand
  • 75 /

    Fire, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 76 /

    Cake, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 77 /

    Detail of canvas Cake, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 78 /

    2032, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 79 /

    Detail of canvas 2032, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 108 /

    Timepiece, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 136 /

    No. 151, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 142 /

    No. 167, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 143 /

    No. 169, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 154 /

    No. 72, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • Notes on Contributors

  • 179 /

    Notes on Contributors to This Issue

    ,
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Kansas City Literary Events

Terry Tempest Williams

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Kansas City, Mo.

News

Tracy K. Smith has been named the next U.S. Poet Laureate!

Hear poetry from her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Life on Mars, on the New Letters on the Air half-hour show or a short excerpt on KCUR before she was in Kansas City last year. Find out more about our new ambassador for poetry from NPR.

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