Issue No. 10, Fall 2003 – Contents

Editor’s Introduction






Issue 10 Poetry

James Doyle, Peasants Playing Bowls Outside A Village Inn
Mary Fister, Anniversary Table
Halina Poswiatowska, Untitled; Untitled (Translated by Sarah Luczaj)
Sarah Luczaj, Child song; Beginning
Kimberly Meyer, Helike: A Love Poem
Celia Bland, After Rilke’s ‘Ihr vielen unbestürmten Städte’; Demeter in Winter
William Doreski, The Roofer’s Shoes on the Roof; Meteor Watch
Sharon Dolin, Ode to Turbulence
Joan Larkin, A Garden; Afterlife
Attila Joszef, The Leaves on the Tree; Enlighten (Translated by Gabor G. Gyukics and Michael Castro)
James McKean, Reunion, 1959; Surrounded by Owls
Richard Newman, Under Your Bed
Stephen Snipes, Suddenly August
Kevin Prufer, Ancient Rome; The Death of Augustus
Liliana Ursu, , In the House Where Hyacinths; Road Across the Mountain; Color Study (Translated by the poet, Adam J. Sorkin, and Tess Gallagher)
Cecilia Woloch, Stick; Apres La Lune De Miel; After World
Michael Kriesel, Reading Li Po
Dorothy Wall, Left
Victoria Givotovsky, The Beginning
Chard deNiord, Kitty
Robin Chapman, Perhaps We Are Here in Order to Say House, Gate, Bridge . . .
Jane McClellan, What the Paper Didn’t Print
Natalka Bilotserkivets, Rose; Untitled (Translated by Dzvinia Orlowsky)
Yaroslav Dovhan, Untitled (Translated by Dzvinia Orlowsky)
Pamela Harrison, The Not
Sandra Kohler, Departures


Laurence Davies, Mandarin Slices
Brian Doyle, The Train
Jennifer Haigh, Bent
Sybil Smith, Bloodroot
Stephanie Wheeler, Inside and Outside
Anthony Neil Smith, Ahead of the Game
John McNally, The Bear at Your Front Door
Donn Irving, Juiced
Juan Rulfo, You Hear No Dogs Barking (Translated by Kristin Otten and Nick Otten)


Ken Smith, Going to See the Mouse
J.S. Brown, This Is What I Do
Brad Clompus, Writers Working
Diane LeBlanc, The Extraordinary Death of Novae
Christopher Noel, The Cromagnon’s Flute