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Volume 27, Number 3
March/April 2006

Focus: Prizewinning Poetry

Focus: Prizewinning Poetry

Rochelle Ratner’s “Introduction to Focus: Foetry be Damned: A Few Contest Winners”

Mark Wallace reviews Susan Wheeler’s Ledger

Casie Fedukovich reviews Dobby Gibson’s Polar

Jeannine Hall Gailey reviews Victoria Chang’s Circle

Robert Long reviews Jacquelyn Pope’s Watermark

Roger Mitchell reviews Kathleen Jesme’s Motherhouse

Madeline Tiger reviews David Petruzelli’s Everyone Coming toward You

Feature: Expressive Freedoms

Jerome Klinkowitz reviews Kurt Vonnegut’s A Man without a Country

Davis Schneiderman reviews Kembrew McLeod’s Freedom of Expression©: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity

Feature: Minutes

Alain Arias-Misson’s “On the Venice Biennale”

Michael Joyce’s “On the OlsonNow Forum”

Compact Fictions

Lance Olsen reviews William Gillespie’s Letter to Lamont

Peter Conners reviews Peter Markus’s The Singing Fish


Teresa Sparks’s “Staples: Review of Hao Nguyen's Red Juice”

Robbie Q. Telfer’s “Dunk: Derrick Brown and Anis Mojgani slam the Green Mill Cafe”

Sara Larsen’s “Perf: Lyn Hejinian and Paolo Javier manage Small Press Traffic”

Chris Pusateri’s Review2: Review of Submodern Fiction

Book Reviews

Thomas March reviews Sarah Vowell’s Assassination Vacation

Nickolas Pappas reviews Frances Nesbitt Oppel’s Nietzsche on Gender: Beyond Man and Woman

Paula Koneazny reviews Gillian Conoley’s Profane Halo

Joseph Tabbi reviews R. M. Berry’s Frank

Susan Swartwout reviews Kevin Stein’s American Ghost Roses: Poems

Sam Truitt reviews Stephen Paul Miller’s Skinny Eighth Avenue

Peter Dempsey reviews David Markson’s Going Down

Doug Nufer reviews Vanessa Place’s Dies: A Sentence

William Lansing Brown reviews David S. Reynolds’s John Brown, Abolitionist: The Man Who Killed Slavery, Sparked the Civil War, and Seeded Civil Rights

Mark Tursi reviews Russell Edson’s The Rooster's Wife

Ron Capshaw reviews Phillip José Farmer’s Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke

Stacey Gottlieb reviews Nicole Krauss’s The History of Love

Garin Cycholl reviews Stacey Levine’s Frances Johnson


Page2-From the Editors

Backlist-Laura Wright reviews Sawako Nakayasu’s So We Have Been Given Time Or


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