Vol. 75 no. 1

Fall 2008/2009


Emphatically, Yes, Robert Stewart


Family Museum of the Ancient Postcards, Stephanie Powell Watts 

Slighted, Olufunke Grace Bankole 

Chicory, Paul Zimmer 

Two Stories: Leave It on the Counter & Wedding Reception, Ryan Clary 


Field Notes for the Graveyard Enthusiast, Hemley Robin 

Potholes on the Yellow Brick Road, Walter Bargen 

Chasing Jack, Thomas E. Kennedy 

A commentary, Post-Election Postscript, A.F. Agrusa 


Walking the Wife, Elizabeth Kirschner 
Ursus arctos horriblis (Grizzly), Lisa Sewell 
Two Poems, Laura Kasischke 
The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, Doug Sanders

Yellow Fever: Holly Springs, MS, September 1878, John Bensko 
Occupation Plan of a Basement, translated by Marilyn Hacker, Charles Dobzynski 
Shore Birds, Steve Paul 
Three Poems, Tony Barnstone 


Ever in Good Stead, an interview with Thomas E. Kennedy, conducted by Olka Elliott


The Object Itself in Story Telling, on the poetry of Charles Reznikoff, Conger Beasley Jr. 

European Relations, on the new European poets, George Fitzpatrick 

Through the Portal and Back, on the poetry of David Ray, Robert Stewart 

Diligent Disquisition on Dead, and Life, on the fiction of Julian Barnes, Peter Wolfe 


Photographs by Margie Hemley, Michael Sinclair, and Eli Reichman