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Volume 31, Nos. 1 & 2 ——
Memorial tributes to Tom Disch, Shusha Guppy, Hayden Carruth, Isaac Meyers, and Jonathan Williams; Isaac Meyers on Propertius; David Yezzi on Tom Disch’s poems as Joycelin Shrager; Christopher Bakken on olive-picking in Greece; Devin Johnston on Ian Hamilton Finlay’s garden Little Sparta; John Matthias on Marko Kraljevich; Eric Murphy Selinger on Samih al-Qasim, Mahmoud Darwish, and Taha Muhammad Ali; Peter McCarey on pairing works of art; Daniel Albright on Henrich Heine; Matthew Gurewitsch on Stephen Sondheim; Catherine Madsen on Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson; Eric Ormsby on Elizabeth Bishop; Rogert Gilbert on Frederick Seidel; Wes Davis on Robert Hass; Joy Ladin on changing genders; Anna Journey on contemporary elegy; Mark Scroggins on Peter Gizzzi and Rae Armantrout; poems by John Ridland, Tom Disch, Albert Goldbarth, Chrstopher Bakken, Rita Dove, John Matthias, John Foy, Diann Blakely, Stephen Haven, Dick Davis, Molly McQuade, Margot Lurie, Becca, Julie Sheeham, Otto-Raúl González, Cathy Park Hong, Jeremy Axelrod, Lucie Brock-Broido, Iain Bamforth, Star Black, Karl Kirchwey, Stuart Friebert, and Ernest Hilbert.

 

Volume 30, Nos. 1 & 2 ——
Thirtieth Anniversary Issue: Mark Polizzotti on Surrealism; Eric Ormsby on La Fontaine; Willard Spiegelman on Virgil; Wes Davis on Karl Kirchwey; Shusha Guppy on the Shahnameh; Adam L. Dressler on the Homeric Hymns; Daniel Albright on Shakespeare’s songs; Gordon Rogoff on Verdi’s Falstaff; Matthew Gurewitsch on Richard Wagner; Jeanne Golan’s introduction to Innocence Lost: The Berg-Debussy Project; Joy Ladin on Yona Wallach; Stuart Klawans on Fabian Bielinsky; Mark Halliday on Kenneth Koch; a memoir by Paul West; Leonard Barkan on ekphrastic poetry; Mark Scroggins on Ronald Johnson; William Logan on Frost’s notebooks; Roger Gilbert on the return of the muse; a review by Eric Murphy Selinger; Tom Sleigh on Robert Duncan; a review by Cathy Park Hong; Len Berkman on Glenna Luschei; Jeremy Axelrod on Courtney Queeney. Songs by Eleonor Sandresky, Sebastian Currier, and David Del Tredici. Poems and translations by Seamus Heaney, Richard Wilbur, Sarah Lindsay, Clare Rossini, Michael Schmidt, Joshua Mehigan, Kei Miller, Melissa Monroe, Guy Goffette, Paul Verlaine translated by Karl Kirchwey, Joy Ladin, Avot Yeshurun translated by Lilach Lachman and Gabriel Levin, Hamutal Bar-Yosef, David Yezzi, J.D. McClatchy, Gerda Stevenson, Kay Ryan, Willard Spiegelman, Rodney Jones, David Woo, Richard Howard, Albert Goldbarth, Ann Lauinger, Cody Walker, Carl Phillips, John Foy, and Helen M. Gleason.

 

Volume 29, Nos. 1 & 2 ——
Gabriel Levin On the Hanging Odes of Arabia; Rayyan Al-Shawaf interviews Sargon Boulus; Eric Murphy Selinger on Georgette Heyer, Debra Weinstein, Peter Ackroyd, Christopher Peachment, Louise Welsh, A.S. Byatt, and Rene Steinke; Langdon Hammer on Richard Howard, Jay Ladin on Heather McHugh; Mark Scroggins on John Matthias; Annabella Pitkin; Karl Kirchwey’s A Yatra for Yama; Todd Hearon on Eric Ormsby; Peter Campion on James Wright; Elizabeth Frank on Bulgarian Poets in English; Garth Greenwell on Frank Bidart; Robert Hahn on Charles Wright; Neil Arditi on Isaac Rosenberg; John Foy on Stephen Haven; David Breskin, and Vijay Seshadri. Poems by Gabriel Levin, Richard Howard, Melissa Monroe, Dick Davis, John Matthias, Dennis O’Driscoll, Glenna Luschei, Molly Mcquade, Eric Ormsby, Betsy Bonner, Amanda Jernigan, Mark Karr, Albert Goldbarth, Besty Bonner, David Barber, Dan Brown and Stanley Moss. Artwork by Jacqueline Morreau, Robin Tewes, Maya Munk, Philip Perlstein, Karl Kirchwey, Alice Attie, Anne-Marie Levin, David Alexander, and Star Black.

 

Volume 28, Nos. 1 & 2 ——
A special section on travel and place: essays by Marius Kociejowski, Daniel Hall, Willard Spiegelman, Wendy Steiner, and William Logan; poems by Gabriel Levin, William Logan, Karl Kirchwey, Marsha Pomerantz. Other essays and reviews: david Barber on the ballad; Mark Polizzotti on Ezra Pound; Eric Ormsby on W.B. Yeats; Eric Murphy Selinger on Muriel Rukeyser; Eva Badowska on Wislawa Szymborska; Brenda Wineapple on W.G. Sebald; Joel Brouwer on C.D. Wright; Adam Kirsch on Harold Bloom; Danielle Ofri on literature and medicine; Karly Kirchwey on verse drama; Adam L. Dressler on Joseph Harrison, David Yezzi, Spencer Reece, and Joan Houlihan. Poems and translations by Julie Sheehan, Eric Ormsby, Collete Inez, Sherod Sandos, John N. Miller, Ann Launiger, and Rachel Wetzsteon.

 

Volume 27, Nos. 1 & 2 ——
A special section on poetry and surgery: photographs by Alice Attie; poems by Melissa Monroe and Sarah Lindsay; a story by Ernst Weiss; Ian Bamforth on Ernst Weiss; Danielle Ofri on Abba Kovner. Other essays and reviews: Marjorie Perloff and William Logan on Robert Lowell; Karl Kirchwey on Anthony Hecht; Jon Volkmer on James Fenton, Robert Pinsky, Edward Hirsch, Kenneth Koch, Frances Mayes, mark Strand, and Greg Kuzma; Paul Muldoon on Marianne Moore; Catherine Sheehy on Russel Simmons’ Def Poetry Jam; Todd Hearon on Glyn Maxwell. A short story by Barbara Thompson. Poems and translations by Albert Goldbarth, Charles Martin, David Yezzi, Joseph Harrison, Lucie Brock-Broido, Aharan Shabtai, John Foy, Carl Phillips, Hamish Ironside, Marsha Pomerantz Deborah Pease, Mary Karr, Umit Singh Dhuga, Barbara Hamby, and John Volkmer.

 

Volume 26, No. 2 ——
From a special section on terror an the imagination: Essays by Stuart Klawans on Dr. Strangelove; Max Kozloff on terror and photography; Diane Ackerman on albatrosses and angels; Paul West on Kurtz an Keats; a memoir by Lore Segal; Poems by Michael Lind, Susan Zielinski, Jennie Feldman, Jana Stroblova. Other essays by Neil Arditi on Swenson and Bishop; eric Ormsby on Dante; Mark Scroggins on Anne Carson; Dennis O’Driscoll on Seamus Heaney; Joel Brouwer on Campbell McGrath; Mark Halliday on David Kirby; Isaac Meyers on Robert Mezey; Rachel Hadas on Christopher Bakken, Quan Barry, Peg boyers, Major Jackson, Sarah Manguso, Peggy Penn, Steve Scafidi, Katherine Starke, Marc Woodworth, and Andrew Zawacki; Eric McHenry on Susan Aizenberg, Priscilla Becker, Joy Katz, Richard Matthews, and Thorpe Moeckel; poems by Melissa Monroe, Molly McQuade, Dan Beachy-Quick, Gabriel Levin, Ian Bamforth, Ben Downing, Carol Modaw, Emily Fragos, Sarah Hannah, Eric Trethewey, Stanley Moss, Luis Cernuda, Diane Ackerman.

 

Volume 26, No. 1 ——
Eric Ormsby on James Merrill; Helen Vendler on Emily Dickinson; Jon Volkmer on A.E. houseman; Mark Scroggins on Theodore Enslin; Lloyd Schwartz on popular song lyrics of the twentieth century; Rachel Cohen on Sharon Chmierlatz; Isaac Meyers on Virgil; D.J. Waldie on translating Mallarme: Elton Glaser on Henri Coulette; Willard Spiegelman on Irving Feldman; Gerald Mangan on John Montague; Pamela Brown on Constance Hunting; Calvin Bedient on Tessa Rumsey, Matthea Harvey, Cort Day, Judith Taylor, Saskia Hamilton, Nick Flynn, Eugene Floria, and Standard Schaefer; Joel Brouwer on Derick Burleson and Davis McCombs; a memoir by Paul West; poems by Melissa Monroe, Richard Howard, Debora Gregor, Steven Ratiner, J.D. McClatchy, Joy Katz, David Ray, Stephane Mallarme, Marilyn Hacker, Roy Jacobstein, Natasha Saje, Karl Kirchwey, and Noah E. Gordon.

 

Volume 25, Nos. 1 & 2——
Eric Ormsby on Classical Arabic poetry; Gabriel Levin on Taha Muhammad Ali; Jay Ladin on Shmuel HaNagid; David Biespiel on Yehuda Amichai; Dick Davis on Classical Persian poetry; David Barber on Rumi; Ahmad Hakkak-Karimi on modern Persian poetry; Stuart Klawans on films by CHahine, Gitai, and Kiarostami; Albert Goldbarth on Rembrandt; Ian Bamforth on Miroslav Holub; Seamus Heaney on Nikolay Zabolotsky; Thomas M. Disch on New York City’s literary scene; John Derbyshire on medieval Chinese poetry; Joseph R. Allen on Gu Cheng; Roger Shattuck on Nerval; Richard Howard on May Swenson; William Logan on twientieth-century American poetry; Marjorie Perloff on William H. Gass and Rilke; Helene J.F. de Aguilar on Latin American poetry; Gyorgyi Voros on Atitila Jozsef; Elizabeth Frank on Osip Mandelstam; poetic prose by Abdelwahab Meddeb; a novel-in-progress by Rikki Ducornet; a memoir by Umberto Saba; poems by Mahmoud Darwish, Khireddine Mourad, Salman Masalha, Iman Mersal, Youssef Rakha, Taha Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Al-Maghut, Suzanne Alaywan, eric Ormsby, Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Aharon Shabtai, Rivka Miriam, Dora Amir, Dennis Silk, Marsha Pomerantz, Linda Zisquit, Seamus Heaney, William Logan, Jay P. White, Colette Inez, Jose Hierro, Dorothea Tanning, Liao Yiwu, Gu Cheng, Judith Beveridge, Shao Wei, Marilyn Chin, Lucie Brock-Broido, Claire Malroux, Umberto Saba, May Swenson, Montserrat Abello, Luciano Erba, Mary Karr, Carl Phillips, Kay Ryan, Timothy Liu, Carl Dennis, Paul Celan, Juan Carlos Galeano, Jesper Svenbro, David Solway, Carmine Starnino, Sandor Kanyadi, Nikolai Kantchev, Chris Forhan, Julianne Buchsbau.

Volume 24, No. 2——
Calvin Bedient on Michael Palmer and Leslie Scalapino; Jay Ladin on contemporary American poetry and religion; William Logan on Geoffrey Hill; Wayne Koestenbaum on Carl Martin, Claudia Rankine, and Joshua Clover; Eric Murphy Selinger on poets’ memoirs; Eric Ormsby on Eugenio Montale; Max Watman on Alexander Pushkin, Brendan Galvin, Frederick Pollack, Les Murray, W.S. Merwin, and John Bricuth; Brenda Wineapple on novels about poets; David Yezzi on David Barber; Calvin Bedient on D.A. Powell and Larissa Szporluk; Eamon Grennan on Edward Nobles and Calvin Bedient; a memoir by Paul West; Poems by Yehuda Amichai, Tom Baer, Christopher Bakken, Iain Bamforth, Dorothy Barresi, David Breskin, Anne Carson, Marilyn Chin, Roger Fanning, John Foy, Elton Glaser, Barry Goldensohn, Barbara Hamby, Jay Ladin, Joan Hutton Landis, Kevin McFadden, Molly McQuade, William Meyers, Melissa Monroe, Lee Ann Roripaugh, Rose Solari, Larissa Szporluk, Tom Disch, John Matthias, Dan Brown.

 

Volume 24, No. 1——
David Barber on epigrams; Daniel Hall on Amy Clampitt; Eric Ormsby on the letters of Hart Crane and Marianne Moore; Eric Murphy Selinger on Jorie Graham; Thomas M. Dish on William McGonagall; David Weiss on the imaginative word; Rachel Hadas on Stephen Minta, David Solway, Patricia Storace; William Logan on Shakespeare’s sonnets and Helen Vendler; Iain Bamforth on Fernando Pessoa; David Catron on Deborah Garrison; Kathrine Varnes on Sandra M. Gilbert and Alan Shapiro; Poems by Yusef Komunyakaa, Diann Blakely, Sarah Hannah Goldstein, Constantine P. Cavafy, Jim Crenner, David Solway, Elton Glaser, Ann Lauinger, David Barber, Eric Ormsby, David Kirby, Alda Merini, Maurice Kilwein Guevara, Lia Purpura.

 

Volume 23, Nos. 1 & 2——
A Garland for James Laughlin (Jonathan Williams, Herbert Leibowitz, Mary Karr, Deborah Pease, Marjorie Perloff, Jonathan Galassi, R.W. Odlin, Griselda Ohannessian, Robert Creeley); The Flexicon (Albert Goldbarth, Paul West, Diane Ackerman, David Foster Wallace, Mac Wellman, Susan Wheeler, Susan Yankowitz); Ross Feld on Poems for the Millennium, Marjorie Perloff, Charles Bernstein; Ben Downing on Poetic Syntax; Iain Bamforth on Technical Language; David Kirby on Prosody Manuals; David Weiss on Trochaic Meter; Anne Carson on Simonides and Celan; Tom Disch on Epics Old and New; Brenda Wineapple on Poetry and Biography; John Foy on Anthony Hecht, Donald Justice, Edgar Bowers, Marilyn Hacker, Mark Jarman; Miles P. Finley on Daniel Haberman, Samuel Menashe; Kay Ryan on the Dangers of Notebooks; Marjorie Perloff on Laura Riding; Eric Murphy Selinger on Performance Poetry; Conversations between Lucie Brock-Broido and Wayne Koestenbaum, Eavan Boland and Kathleen Fraser; Poetic Prose by Rikki Ducornet, Paul West; Poems by Richard Howard, Gyorgyi Voros, John Foy, David Yezzi, Anne-Marie Levine, Carl Phillips, Rita Dove, Stanley Moss, John Matthias, James Laughlin, Star Black, Mary Karr, Harryette Mullen, Lisa Parker.

 

Volume 22, Nos. 1 & 2——
Susan Sontag’s “A Century of Cinema”; Werner Herzog in conversation with Geoffrey O’Brien; Mindy Aloff on Neruda and Il Postino; William Carlos Williams on movie tempo; David Yezzi on Andrei Tarkovsky; Marty Cohen on Stan Brakhage; Walter Murch in conversation with Joy Katz; Stuart Klawans on “Cinematic Poetry”; Calvin Bedient on Lynda Hull and Lucie Brock-Broido; John Foy on Eavan Boland; Eric Murphy Selinger on Hayden Carruth; Joy Katz on Alice Fulton; David Kirby on Laurence Lieberman; Poems by Wayne Koestenbaum, Jorie Graham, Paul Muldoon, Anne Carson, Linda Bierds, Barbara Hamby, Ruth Fox, Jeffrey Greene, Elaine Terranova, and Jacqueline Osherow.

 

 

Volume 21, Nos. 1 & 2——
Seamus Heaney on Hugh MacDiarmid; Wayne Koestenbaum on James Schuyler; Elizabeth Vandiver on Sappho; Richard Sieburth on Blaise Cendrars; William Logan on Richard Wilbur; David Kirby on Peter Viereck and Theodore Weiss; Harold Beaver on Louis Simpson; Willard Spiegelman on Charles Tomlinson; Helen Vendler on Howard Nemerov; Marty Cohen on Tom McGrath; John Frederick Nims on Catullus and prosody; David Yezzi on Stanley Kunitz; Gyorgyi Voros on Mary Oliver and Gary Snyder; John Foy on William Matthews; Ben Downing on Albert Goldbarth; Eric Murphy Selinger on Ted Berrigan and Alice Notley; Christopher Benfey on James Tate; Rafael Campo on Thylias Moss; Diann Blakely Shoaf on Kingsley Tufts and Anne Porter; an essay by X.J. Kennedy on light verse; Poems by Anne Carson, Roger Fanning, Joy Katz, Carl Phillips, Mary Karr, Rodney Jones, Jay Ladin, Michael Eilperin, Michael Collins, and Catullus.

 

Volume 20, Nos. 1 & 2——
Twentieth Anniversary Issue on Poetry and Prose: Ross Feld on William Gass, Cormac McCarthy, James McMichael, and C.K. Williams; William Logan on the Letters of Ezra Pound; Ben Downing on Ovid; Susan Snively on Melissa Green; Susan Lasher on Lauren Fairbanks, Donna Masini, and Carole Maso; Calvin Bedient on AIDS and Literature; Rafael Campo on Lucy Grealey, Reynolds Price, Marc J. Straus, and Paul West; Mark Doty on Diane Ackerman; Sven Birkerts on the Prose of W.S. Merwin; Wayne Koestenbaum on Gertrude Stein; Robert Pinksy on William Carlos Williams; Wendy Walker on Harry Matthews; Eric Murphy Selinger on Susan Howe; David Yezzi on Thomas M. Disch; Carol Muske on Sandra Cisneros and Rita Dove; Daniel Kunitz on James Lasdun; Colette Inez on Jack Agueros; and Karen Zusman on Judith Ortiz Cofer; Poetic Fiction by Rikki Ducornet and Patricia Eakins; Prose Poetry by Albert Goldbarth, April Bernard, Marie Harris, and Maurice Kilwein Guevara; Poems by David Kirby, Judith Yamamoto, Brenda Hillman, Cynthia Macdonald, Diann Blakely Shoaf, Lucie Brock-Broido, Rafael Campo, Seamus Heaney, Ben Downing, Gwyneth Lewis, Lynn Emanuel, Martin Espada, and Lee Ann Roripaugh; Mary Karr on Memoir; and Essays on the Differences Between Poetry and Prose by Tom Disch, Suzanne Gardinier, and Margaret Atwood.

 

Volume 19, No. 2——
Marjorie Perloff on Philip Larkin; Wayne Koestenbaum on W.H. Auden and Chester Kallman; Mark Doty on April Bernard; Marty Cohen on Allen Grossman; Tony Hoagland on Disproportion; Susan Lasher on Richard Kenney and Sandra MacPherson; Jack Miles on God; Michael Collins on Jazz and Poetry; David Yezzi on Lawrence Joseph; Ben Downing on Rodney Jones and Elton Glaser; Daniel Kunitz on Regina deCormier and Catherine Bowman; John Foy on Sophie Cabot Black; Poetry by Donald Hall, Annie Dillard, Toi Derricotte, Mark Doty, Elton Glaser, Debora Greger, Anne-Marie Levine, Melissa Morphew, Ann Kim, Robert Vandermolen, Connie Deanovitch, Michael O’Brien, and Heinrich Heine; Fable by Tom La Farge.

 

Volume 18, No. 2 / Volume 19, No. 1——
Adrienne Rich on Poetry and Politics; Zbigniew Herbert on Ajax; Nina Cassian on Romanian Poetry; Helen Vendler on Charles Simic; Bill Marx on Eastern European Poetry; Michael Collins on Yusef Komunyakaa; Phillip Lopate on the Literature of Walking Around; Henri Cole on Provence; Lorrie Goldensohn on Jean Garrigue and Eleanor Ross Taylor; David Barber on Kenneth Rexroth; Dorothy Barresi on Gjertrud Schnackenberg and Susan Mitchell; William Logan on Mona Van Duyn and John Ashbery; April Bernard on Sylvia Plath; Ross Feld on Art Criticism; Turner Cassity on Midwestern Poets; Harold Beaver on Language and Silence; Susan Lasher on Keith Waldrop, Colette Inez, Lorna Goodison, and Frank Stanford; David Yezzi on Carl Dennis and David Trinidad; Miya Kanzaki on Amy Uyematsu; Ben Downing on Michael Blumenthal; Daniel Kunitz on Molly Bendall; Fiction by Paul West and Wendy Walker; Poetry by T.R. Hummer, Michael Collins, Donna Masini, Dorothy Barresi, James Laughlin, Rita Dove, Lucie Brock-Broido, Eleanor Ross Taylor, Melissa Monroe, Mona Van Duyn, Michael Chitwood, Amy Clampitt, Grover Amen, Mary Karr, and Karl Krolow.

 

Volume 17, No. 2 / Volume 18, No. 1——
Long Poem Issue: Long Poems by William Logan, Alice Fulton, Jorie Graham, John Tranter, Albert Goldbarth, Ronald Johnson, Peter Viereck, James McManus, Ruth L. Schwartz, Steve McCaffery, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge and David Gordon; Thom Gunn on Basil Bunting; Evelyn Reilly on John Ashbery; Marianne Boruch on Sylvia Plath; David Barber on Deborah Larsen, Brendan Galvin, Pamela Alexander, and Andrew Hudgins; William Harmon on Hart Crane; Paul West on Paul Hoover; Thomas M. Disch on David Budbill, Mark Jarman, Charlotte Mandel, Less Murray, and Frederick Pollack; Marjorie Perloff on Lyn Hejinian; Hayden Carruth on Vincent Ferrini and Leo Connellan; Ben Downing on Vikram Seth, Brenda Marie Osbey, and Frank Menchaca; Suzanne Gardinier on Pablo Neruda; Catharine R. Stimpson on Sharon Doubiago; Turner Cassity on E.A. Robinson; Peter Viereck on formal verse vs. free verse; Michael Collins on Robert Hayden; Sven Birkerts on Derek Walcott; Mary Campbell on Peter Michelson, David Matlin, and Peter Dale Scott; Willard Spiegelman on Peyton Houston, John Matthias and Frank Bidart; Rachel Hadas on Daryl Hine; David Yezzi on Richard Emil Braun and Robert Peters.

 

Volume 17, No. 1——
Multicultural Issue: Garrett Hongo: America Singing, An Address to the Newly Arrived Peoples; Suzanne Gardinier on Thylias Moss and Marilyn Nelson Waniek; Manini N. Samarth on Frank Chin, Gish Jen, David Wong Louie; Suzanne Fox on Lorene Cary, Sara Lightfoot Lawarence; Fiction by Robert Antoni, Michelle Cliff; A Memoir by Ekoneskaka; Poetry by Jack Agueros, Marilyn Chin, Safiya Henderson-Holmes, Enid Shomer, Julio Marzan; New Voices in American Poetry: Blyden, Cader, Catacalos, Czury, Farmer, Fujimoto, Garcia, Gloria, Guevara, Joseph, Kricorian, Ladin, Lau, Lee, Liu, Martinez, Ryals, Shankar-Perez, Slomkowska, Uschuk, Vasquez, Vazirani, Vega, Yamanaka.

 

Volume 16, No. 2——
Memoirs by Harold Beaver, Wendy Gimbel, Melissa Green, Michael Heller; Reviews of Biographies and Autobiographies by: Sven Birkerts on Randall Jarrell; Suzanne Gardinier on Marianne Moore; William Logan on W.H. Auden; Evelyn Reilly on Allen Ginsberg; Rodney Jones on James Wright; Essays on Poetics by Ben Belitt, Alice Fulton, Barry Goldensohn, Mary Karr, Jann Pasler, Marjorie Perloff; Poetry by Judith Ortiz Cofer, Alice Fulton, Elton Glaser, Debora Greger.

 

 

Volume 16, No. 1——
Paul West on Djuna Barnes; Ross Feld on Primo Levi; Harold Beaver on Seamus Heaney; Calvin Bedient on Medbh McGuckian and Paul Muldoon; Russell Edson on La Fontaine; John Felstiner on Celan’s translations of Shakespeare; Michael Wood on Philip Larkin; William Logan on W.D. Snodgrass; Sherod Santos on C.K. Williams; William Harmon on Carnegie Mellon Poets; K.E. Duffin on science and poetry; Paul Schmidt on food and poetry; Poems by Tess Gallagher, Seamus Heaney; Prose Poems by Russell Edson; Three Previously Unpublished Poems by May Swenson; A tribute to May Swenson by Mona Van Duyn.

 

 

Volume 15, No. 2——
Eavan Boland on the Contemporary Lyric; Zbigniew Herbert on Atlas; Sven Birkerts on Les A. Murray; Suzanne Fox on Colette Inez; Baron Wormser on Czeslaw Milosz; John Ahern on Italian Dialect Poetry; Jonathan Williams on Geoffrey Grigson; Poetry by Zbignew Herbert, Aleksandr Kushner, and Gyorgi Petri; Poetic Prose by Yankowitz, West, Rogoff, King, Davis.

 

 

 

 

Volume 15, No. 1——
Fifteenth Anniversary Issue: Alice Fulton on Emily Dickinson; Paul West on Djuna Barnes; Paul Christensen on Ethnopoetics; Sven Birkerts on Prose Poetry; Susan Mitchell on Julia Budenz and Constance Hunting; Amy Clampitt on Howard Moss.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 14, No. 2——

Hugh Kenner on Magics and Spells; Judith Gleason on B. Wongar; Eavan Boland on Elizabeth Bishop; Nina Cassian on Paul Celan; Inea Bushnaq on Arabic Poetry; Marjorie Perloff on Paul Blackburn.

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 14, No. 1——

Poems by Zbigniew Herbert; Zbigniew Herbert on Petrarch; Seamus Heaney on Zbigniew Herbert; Rita Dove on Derek Walcott; Baron Wormser on Adam Zagajewski; Diane Ackerman on Dylan Thomas; Stephen Jay Gould on Darwin and Poetry; Charles Rowan Beye on Horace; Donald Davie on Lorine Niedecker; Miroslav Holub on Jaroslav Seifert; Poetic Prose by Marianne Hauser, Guy Davenport, Paul West.

 

 

 

Volume 13, No. 2——

Selected poems from Peter Viereck’s Archer in the Marrow; Alan Williamson on Montale; Marjorie Perloff on Holderlin; Richard Tillinghast on Allen Ginsberg; Peter Viereck on Pound and Williams; Poems by Robert Creeley, John Frederick Nims, Robert Morgan.

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 12, No. 2 / Volume 13, No. 1——

Women and Poetry Issue (Double Issue): May Swenson on Emily Dickinson; Tess Gallagher on Marianne Moore; David McDuff on Tsvetayeva; Catharine Stimpson on Adrienne Rich and Lesbian/Feminist Poetry; retrospectives on Bishop, Bogan, Sexton, Niedecker, the tradition of black female poets; a symposium on Plath.

 

 

 

Volume 11, No. 2——

International Poetries Issue: Ross Feld on Baudelaire; David McDuff on Akhmatova; Terrence Des Pres on Breytenbach; John Ahern on Pasolini; Annie Dillard on Modernist Poetry; R.W. Flint on Louis Simpson; Helene J.F. de Aguilar on Milosz; Poems by Walcott, Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov, Ratushinskaya; Racine’s Phedre, translated by Richard Wilbur.

 

 

 

 

Volume 11, No. 1——
Seamus Heaney on Miroslav Holub; R.W. Flint on Carruth; Ross Feld on Montale; Kathy Callaway on James Wright; Ammiel Alcalay on Hebrew Poetry; Joan Retallack on Gertrude Stein and John Cage; Richard Howard on Amy Clampitt.
 

 

 

 
Volume 10, No. 2——
Words and Music Issue: Virgil Thomson: On Writing Operas and Staging Them; Ned Rorem: Art Song; Interviews with David Del Tredici, Donald Gramm, and Phyllis Curtin; essays on Handel, Berlioz, Berg, Britten, Tippett, Wagner, Strauss; Auden as Librettist, Elliott Carter’s Songs.

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 10, No. 1——

Tenth Anniversary Issue: Judith Gleason on Forche; R.W. Flint on Leopardi; Calvin Bedient on Charles Wright; Darryl Pinckney on Ginsberg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 9, No. 2——

William Harmon on Robert Morgan; Calvin Bedient on Walcott; R.W. Flint on John Logan; Linda Gregerson on Mark Strand; Sydney Lea on Wendell Berry, Philip Booth; Harold Beaver on Ashbery.

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 9, No. 1——

Joseph Brodsky on Tsvetayeva; Ross Feld on Apollinaire; Katharine Washburn and Margaret Guillemin on Celan; John Bayley on Brodsky; Calvin Bedient on Gluck; John D. Engle on Thomas Kinsella; Paul West on Hans Magnus Enzenberger.

 

Volume 8, No. 2——Terrence Des Pres on Brecht; William Harmon on Merrill; Guy Davenport on Cummings; Michael McFee on Dave Smith; Turner Cassity on James Dickey; Elizabeth Macklin on Paz; Ben Howard on Ted Hughes; R.W. Flint on Kinnell, Wagoner.

 

 

 

Volume 8, No. 1——

Seamus Heaney on Walcott; Donald Davie on Hecht, Miles; Rosemary Johnson on Sexton; Joseph Brodsky: An Essay on Tyranny; Judith Gleason on Rilke; Bonnie Costello on Levertov; Gregory Rabassa on Vallejo; Paul Berman on Ginsberg; Calvin Bedient on Heaney; X.J. Kennedy on Sissman.

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 7, No. 2——

Richard Howard on Milosz; Carol Muske on Rich; M.L. Rosenthal on Charles Wright, James Tate; Diane Ackerman on Berryman; Calvin Bedient on Olson; David Lehman on Delmore Schwartz; Willard Spiegelman on Charles Tomlinson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 7, No. 1——

Octavio Paz: A Poem for Donald Sutherland; Nicholas Kilmer on Hall; Philip Dacey on Bly; Rosemary Johnson on May Swenson; Robert Von Hallberg on Metcalf; Kelly Cherry on Darr, Inez; Leonard Nathan on McHugh, Dacey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 6, No. 2——

Terrence Des Pres on Poetry and Politics; Rachel Hadas on Ritsos; Donald Davie on Allen Tate; Stephen Yenser on James Wright; Marjorie Perloff on Beckett.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 6, No. 1——

Alicia Ostriker on Contemporary Women’s Poetry; Denis Donoghue on Derek Walcott; Tess Gallagher on Jensen; Donald Hall on Heaney, Montague; Calvin Bedient on Ashbery; Rosellen Brown on Simic, Hacker; John Bayley on Hardy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 5, No. 2——

Fifth Anniversary Issue: Poems by Margaret Atwood, Carolyn Forche, Cynthia Macdonald, James Reiss, David St. John, and others; Carolyn Forche on Louise Gluck; Michael Wood on Auden; X.J. Kennedy on Wagoner; Alfred Corn on Montale; John Hollander on Bishop; Special Tribute to Virgil Thomson with Thomson, Ivan Tcherepnin, Donal Henahan, Jack Larson, and others.

 

 

 

 

Volume 5, No. 1——

Bicentennial Issue: Elizabeth Sewell on Poe; Calvin Bedient on Emerson; Guy Davenport on Whitman; Adrienne Rich on Dickinson; Theodore Weiss on Pound; R.W. Flint on Williams; Paul Ramsey on Hart Crane; Thomas Vance on Eliot; Mary Jarrell on Randall Jarrell; Hugh Kenner on Stevens; James Reiss on Kees; Gene Ballif on Plath.

 

 

 

 

Volume 4, No. 2——

Ross Feld on Jack Spicer; Robert Morgan on Geoffrey Hill; Gilbert Sorrentino on Blackburn; Cid Corman on Oppen; W.M. Spackman on Catullus; Special Supplement on Charles Olson with Jonathan Williams, Guy Davenport, and Paul Metcalf.

 

 

 

 
Volume 4, No. 1——

Edwin Fussell on Michael Harper; Elizabeth Sewell on Jean Garrigue; Rosellen Brown on Adrienne Rich; Paul Mariani on Robert Penn Warren; Howard Nemerov on Auden.

 

 

 

 

 
Volume 3, No. 2——

Donald Sutherland on Paz; Denis Donoghue on Ammons; R.W. Flint on Nemerov, Fussell; John Peck on H.D.; Special Supplement on Charles Ives with Aaron Copeland, Elliott Carter, and Peter Yates.
Volume 3, No. 1——Donald Davie on Kinnell; Emile Capouya on Paul Goodman; David Kalstone on Levine; Richard Saez on Merrill.

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 2, No. 2——

Alice Walker on N.J. Loftis; Guy Davenport on Zukofsky; Edwin Fussell on Berry, Carruth; Jonathan Williams interviewing Stevie Smith; Donald Sutherland on Eluard; Paul Schmidt on Yevtushenko, Akhmatova, Zablotsky.

Volume 2, No. 1——Helen Vendler on Adrienne Rich; Donald Davie on Lowell; John Bayley on Merwin; William Meredith on Ammons; M. L. Rosenthal on Creeley.

 

Volume 1, No. 2——David Lattimore on Chinese Poetry; Christopher Ricks on Auden; Clayton Eshleman on Vallejo; Rosellen Brown on Sarton, Wakoski; Calvin Bedient on D.M. Thomas, MacBerth, Redgrove, Silkin.

 

 

 

Volume 1, No. 1——Helen Vendler on Frank O’Hara; Ronald Johnson on the eye and ear; Michael Wood on Borges, Neruda, Vallejo; Theodore Weiss on George Keithley; Donald Sutherland on Valery, St. John Perse; Michael Heller on Dobyns, Klappert, Chigounis, Levis, Kelly, McMichael; Erica Jong on Taylor, Merriam, Clifton; John Koethe on John Ashbery; Jonathan Willians on McKuen, Wyse, Brautigan, Sexton; James Guimond on Zweig, Simpson, Sorrentino, Heller, Simic; Thomas Meyer on Charles Henri Ford, Tyler, Bowles, F. M. Ford; Morris Dickstein on C. K. Williams; Janet Bloom on Pastan, Waldrop; Brian Swann on Bruchac, Roberts, Lima, McAleavey, Barks, Wild, Mitchell, Chramm, Darr, Dubie; Diane Wakowski on Jerome Rothenberg and Armand Schwerner; Eric Mottram on Hall, Kizer, Levertov, Wakoski; Richard Rand on Sp[acks, Nicklaus, Menashe, Hollander; Paul Zweig on Levine,

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