30 August 2007

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION<br />By Eileen Tabios<br /><br /><br />NEW REVIEWS<br />Jessica Bozek reviews AFTER YOU, DEAREST LANGUAGE by Marisol Limon Martinez<br /><br />Nicholas Manning reviews POEM FOR THE END OF TIME AND OTHER POEMS by Noelle Kocot<br /><br />Eileen Tabios engages THE STEAM SEQUENCE by Carly Sachs<br /><br />Brian Strang reviews BROKEN WORLD by Joseph Lease<br /><br />Brenda Iijima reviews A HALF-RED SEA by Evie Shockley<br /><br />Patrick James Dunagan reviews A FIDDLE PULLED FROM THE THROAT OF A SPARROW by Noah Eli Gordon<br /><br />Nicholas Grider reviews INSECT COUNTRY (A), INSECT COUNTRY (B), and the INSECT TUTELAGE BLOG by Sawako Nakayasu<br /><br />Patrick James Dunagan reviews TRAFFIC: A PUBLICATION OF SMALL PRESS TRAFFIC, ISSUES 1 AND 2, (2005-2007) edited by Elizabeth Treadwell<br /><br />Teresa Carmody reviews [one love affair]* by Jenny Boully<br /><br />John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews THE BODY ACHES and NOT EVEN DOGS by Ernesto Priego<br /><br />Nicholas Grider reviews NETS by Jen Bervin<br /><br />Patrick James Dunagan reviews HOUSE ORGAN #58 Win/Spr ’07 edited by Kenneth Warren<br /><br />Nicholas Manning reviews GUESTS OF SPACE by Anselm Hollo<br /><br />Rochita Loenen-Ruiz reviews THE GODS WE WORSHIP LIVE NEXT DOOR by Bino A. Realuyo<br /><br />Jennifer Bartlett reviews THE SECOND CHILD by Deborah Garrison<br /><br />Eileen Tabios engages BROKEN/OPEN by Jill Jones<br /><br />Laurel Johnson reviews THE ELEPHANT HOUSE by Claudia Carlson<br /><br />Alysha Wood reviews a(A)ugust by Akilah Oliver, with collages by Brenda Iijima<br /><br />Eileen Tabios engages BELLUM LETTERS by Michelle Detorie<br /><br />Steve Halle reviews POSIT by Adam Fieled<br /><br />Paul Klinger reviews THE BOOK OF OCEAN BY Maryrose Larkin<br /><br />Michelle Detorie reviews BIRDS AND FANCIES by Elizabeth Treadwell<br /><br />Eileen Tabios engages ERRATUM to and including A SPY IN THE HOUSE OF YEARS (LEVIATHAN PRESS, 2001) by Giles Goodland <br /><br />Craig Santos Perez reviews NAMES ABOVE HOUSES by Oliver de la Paz<br /><br />Christopher Mulrooney reviews OSIP MANDELSTAM: NEW TRANSLATIONS edited by Ilya Bernstein<br /><br />Craig Santos Perez reviews ANYWHERE AVENUE by Oscar Bermeo<br /><br />Christopher Mulrooney reviews STIGMATA ERRATA ETCETERA by Bill Knott, with collages by Star Black <br /><br />Nicholas Grider reviews THE STATES, Vols. 1 and 2 by Craig Foltz, designed and edited by designed and edited by Ellie Ga, and with photographs by William Gillespie, Justin Ulmer, Martin Bland, Sabra Cox, Kristina Del Pino, Simona Schneider, Florence Neal, Jon Ciliberto, Stephen Mead, Christa HOlka, Don Goede, Lyn Lifshin, Shelton Walsmith, Marie Kazalia, Rebekah Travis, Lara Khalil, Tracy Lee Carroll, Jennifer Stahl, Barbara Henning, Jade Doskow, David McConeghy, Jared Zimmerman, Alice Arnold, Robert Matson, Mary Wrenn, Julia Marta Clapp, Tina Burton, Jim Simandl, Philip Metres, Chris Hampton, Hayley Barker, Thomas Ciufo, Meredyth Sparks, Shannon Shaper, Renae Morehead, Ryn Gargulinski, Robert S. Dunn, Jen Hofer, David Gatten, Jerilyn Myran, Shara Shisheboran, Courtney Fischer, ARiana Smart Truman, Tod Seelie, David W. Lee, Katherine McDowell, Mike Mahaffie, Willile Baronet, Karen Lillis, Paul Yoo, Justin Simonsen and Elizabeth Willis.<br /><br />Beatriz Tabios engages BRIDGEABLE SHORES: SELECTED POEMS (1969-2001) by Luis Cabalquinto<br /><br />Carlos Hiraldo reviews THE SALESMAN'S SHOES by James Roderick Burns<br /><br />Nicholas Manning reviews FOLLY by Nada Gordon<br /><br />Alysha Wood reviews trespasses by Padcha Tuntha-obas<br /><br />Kristin Berkey-Abbott reviews THE MCSWEENEY BOOK OF POETS PICKING POETS edited by Dominic Lumford<br /><br />Joe LeClerc reviews THE ENEMY SELF: POETRY & CRITICISM OF LAURA RIDING edited by Barbara Adams<br /><br />Hugh Fox reviews LIBIDO DREAMS: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS by Glenna Luschei<br /><br />Laurel Johnson reviews THE MOUNTAIN IN THE SEA by Victor Hernandez Cruz<br /><br />Craig Santos Perez reviews THE WIND SHIFTS: NEW LATINO POETRY edited by Francisco Aragon<br /><br />Kristin Berkey-Abbott reviews PUNK POEMS by John Burgess<br /><br />Julie R. Enszer Reviews SUGARING by Ann Cefola<br /><br />Julie R. Enszer Reviews TEAHOUSE OF THE ALMIGHTY by Patricia Smith<br /><br />Julie R. Enszer Reviews CINEPHRASTICS by Kathleen Ossip<br /><br />Julie R. Enszer Reviews THE PARAGON by Kathrine Varnes<br /><br />Julie R. Enszer Reviews KALI’S BLADE by Michelle Bautista<br /><br />Julie R. Enszer Reviews three books by Rochelle Ratner: QUARRY, COMBING THE WAVES, and PRACTICING TO BE A WOMAN <br /><br /><br />FEATURE ARTICLES<br />Objections to the Beauty-Object: A Reading of Two Poems by Barbara Guest by Catherine Wagner<br /><br />The Ocean At Night: An Inside Look at the Poetry Process by Aimee Celino Nezhukumatathil<br /><br /><br />FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE: REPRINTED REVIEWS<br />Catherine Wagner reviews 19 VARIETIES OF GAZELLE: POEMS OF THE MIDDLE EAST by Naomi Shihab Nye and EMAILS FROM SCHEHEREZAD by Mohja Kahf<br /><br />Catherine Wagner reviews CATALOGUE OF COMEDIC NOVELTIES: SELECTED POEMS by Lev Rubinstein, Translated by Philip Metres and Tatiana Tulchinsky<br /><br />Catherine Wagner engages four books by Alice Notley: DISOBEDIENCE, MARGARET AND DUSTY, MYSTERIES OF SMALL HOUSES and SELECTED POEMS<br /><br /><br />ADVERTISEMENT<br />Poetry Feeds The World!<br /><br /><br />BACK COVER <br />Winepoetics!



At 03 September, 2007 00:35, Blogger Okir said...

Is this Galatea Resurrects Bar supposed to do something? Because when I click on it nothing happens.

At 03 September, 2007 08:58, Blogger CLAY BANES said...

results may vary. mine works, but i'm sitting on a telephone book on a chair.


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