2011 - Bombay Gin 37.2

Akilah Oliver photos

Eleni Sikelianos
Akilah Oliver, 1961-2011

Rachel Levitsky
Elegy for “A”

NEW WRITING

Allison Hedge Coke
Confession 1, from The Wailing Room

Matt Reek
9 Novels I’ll Never

Kathryn Cowles
I am on a plane

Dan Lewis
17

Sarah Elizabeth Schantz
From Transplants

Kelly Jean White
Enough

John E. Smelcer
In My Grandmother’s Tongue: Poems from the Ahtna Athabaskan Language of Alaska

Corlé LaForce-McPherson
Center of the Spiral

José Hernández Díaz
A Tree without Leaves

Brandi Wells
Worst Times #2, 26, 39, and 5

Sara Veghlan
From The Ladies

ART PORTFOLIO

Allie McDowell
Ache
Gotcha
Raven

Theresa Karsner
Cycles of a Deer
Pollinating Bee
James Herdon
Everything As Expected, sections 1-5

PORTFOLIO: POETRY & POETICS FROM THE JACK KEROUAC SCHOOL

Michelle Naka Pierce
From Continuous Frieze Bordering [Red]

Stephani Nola
Landlocked

Lyn Hejinian
From The Book of a Thousand Eyes

Debrah Morkun
Peasant Girl Transition

Travis Macdonald
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Sasha Steenson
The Girl & The Deer
The Gnarly Nest Experience and Expression Make

Wang Wei translated by Kelly Alsup with calligraphy by Marlow Brooks
Roots, Seeds and Things
Autumn Mountain Dwelling

Ariella Ruth
From Gematria for the Minyan

Louise Ackermann translated by Sherri Pauli
Cloud Speaks

Marie Krysinska translated by Sherri Pauli
Stones

Rosario Castellanos translated by Lora Fike
La velada of the toad
Plunder
Little Chronicle
The gifts

Sherwin Bitsui with Andrew Schelling
There is Nothing More Dark than Clear Speech: An Interview with Sherwin Bitsui

Cedar Sigo with Meghan Schardt
Slants of Light: An Interview with Cedar Sigo

Cedar Sigo
A Small Secluded Valley
Ode

ARCHIVES

Akilah Oliver
Summer Writing Program Week 4 Panel: “Lifting the Text off the Page”

BOOK REVIEWS

Paul Celan, Translated by David Young, From Threshold to Threshold
Reviewed by Ariella Ruth

Ross Gay, Bringing the Shovel Down
Reviewed by Kelly Alsup

Carla Harryman and Lyn Hejinian, The Wide Road
Reviewed by Suzanne DuLany

Shin Yu Pai, Adamantine
Reviewed by Clara Burns

Jean-Christophe Valtat, Aurorarama
Reviewed by Ann Beman

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