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September/October 2002
[Volume 23, Issue 6]

Poetry on the Edge

Excerpted from this issue:

Introduction: Poetry on the Edge
John Olson

Epi Poetry
Doug Nufer

The Next Big Thing
Steve Tomasula

The Year in Review: Index to Volume 23


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Table of Contents


Epi Poetry
Doug Nufer reviews I used to Be Ashamed of My Striped Face by Mike Topp

Introduction: Poetry on the Edge
John Olson

The Secret Lives of Vowels
Brian Carpenter reviews Eunoia by Christian B^k

The Selvage of Ghosts
John Olson reviews Darkling: A Poem by Anna Rabinowitz

Letters to the Editor: Rants and Raves
Laird Hunt

Why NO Y?
Aldon Lynn Nielsen reviews Sleeping with the Dictionary by Harryette Mullen

In the Democratic Age
Louis McKee reviews Whatever Shines: Prose Poems by Kathleen McGookey

Making It New
Harriet Zinnes reviews Seven Pages Missing, Colume One :
Selected Texts 1969-1999
by Steve Mc Caffery

From the Outside In
Anna Mockler reviews The Bathhouse by Farnoosh Moshiri

Old Folks at Home
Sharon Olinka reviews That Kind of Sleep by Susan Atefat-Peckham

Poet of the World
Richard Tillinghast reviews Doctor Jazz by Hayden Carruth

Keeping On
Gary Lenhart reviews Just in Time: Poems 1984-1994 by Robert Creeley

Once and Again
Rochelle Ratner reviews The Painted Bed by Donald Hall

Iron Will
Benjamin Ivry reviews The Long Marriage by Maxine Kumin

Photography/Poetry/Jazz: Roy DeCarva
Barry Wallenstein reviews The Sound I Saw: Improvisation on a Jazz Theme by Roy DeCarva

Eye to Eye
Gordon Ball reviews The Importance of Being by Christopher Felver

Book Reviews: An Inordinate Fondness
David Cowart reviews The Deadwood Beetle by Mylene Dressler

Book Review: The Next Big Thing
Steve Tomasula



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