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Vol.2 No.3 Sep 2008

 

    New American Writing

   
CRIS MAZZA   Junior Year
MAXINE CHERNOFF   Sensorium
TESS TAYLOR   Altogether Elsewhere
CARRIE ETTER   The Tethers
LUCY M. ALFORD   Oysters
LISA PEARSON   An Hour in a Day of Creation
KATE BRAVERMAN   What Women of the Ports Know 
STEVIE DAVIES   on Siri Hustvedt 
A. E. STALLINGS   Jack-o-lanterns
DEBORAH WARREN   Vashti’s Tail

  Alboin and the Princess Rosamund
WILLIAM LOGAN   Mary Sowle
JEFFREY HARRISON   Remembering Karenia Brevis
BEN MAZER   Going to school
    O You Quiet Martyrs
MICHAEL FAHERTY   on Lorrie Moore
SHOLEH JOHNSTON   on Jane F. Kotapish
PAGE HILL STARZINGER   Terroir
PAUL HOOVER   infant at the entrance

  its sign for infinity shining

SUSAN STEWART

  Voice-over
FRANK KEARFUL   on Daniel Hall and Mary Oliver
ELLEN HINSEY   Twelve Reflections on Renewal
DAVID BAKER   Horse Madness
MARCIA KARP   The Poet, David Ferry
MARY JO SALTER   Cardinal Numbers
GEORGE KALOGERIS   Lost in Translation
LUCY M. ALFORD   on Fady Joudah
FRANK KEARFUL   on Brigit Pegeen Kelly
BRIAN HENRY   Where Hannibal Whomped the Romans
ERICA DAWSON   Intermission
JOHN KOETHE   One More Apocalypse
ROBERT COOVER   from Noir
FRED VOSS   Blocks of Personality

  Bread and Blood
    Some Day there will be Machine Shops Full of Roses
GREG SANDERS   The Suffering of Lesser Mammals
     
   
    The Warwick Review Featured Writer 
   
JENNIFER CLEMENT   This was when you could still be killed for love
NICHOLAS ROYLE   on Jennifer Clement
KRISTINA MARIE DARLING   on Jennifer Clement
     





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KEITH BOTSFORD
Elsewhere


Brief notices


Notes on contributors