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Issue 4.2, Spring 1975

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  • Michael Marshall, “The Autopsy of the Calf”
  • Charles Ghignia, “Fish”
  • Trisha Katson, “A Hole Lot of Water,” “Purple”
  • Evelyn Thorne, “Through The Night A Cry”
  • Albert W. Haley, Jr., “riddle no. 6: sun,” “o.e. riddle no. 50: fire”
  • Emilie Blen, “Secret”
  • William F. Claire, “On A Photograph Of Denise Levertov”
  • Denise Levertov, “Modes of Being”
  • Normal Russell, “I Learnt A Many Things At Sunday School,” “My Home,” “I Am The Cloud Sailing,” “The Sun The Dreams,” “No Path To Guide Him,” “Summer”
  • Beth Joselow, “April 4,” “April 12,” “April 29,” “Story Of,” “Thumbelina,” “In Bars,” “Certain Birds On The Widow’s Walk,” “Hands,” “Solution,” “30 October”
  • Robert Hershon, “How To Turn An Old Fur Coat Into Strawberry Ice Cream,” “The Best One,” “How To Achieve Independence Of Spirit,” “Painted With Gazelles,” “More And More They Talk Of God,” “Going Not Going”
  • Margaret Gibson, “Fear,” “Reunion Notes, Class of ’09,” “I Am Living In A Kindergarten,” “Antique Medallion”
  • Christopher W. Wells, “Block Island, North Point,” “Trees Without”
  • Jim Everhard, “Sappho,” “Chimes On The Back Porch,” “Bob’s Eyes,” “The Blue Angel,” “What Happens Next?”
  • Albert Stainton, “Anticlimas In The Cellar”
  • Cheri Hutchinson, “Ronnie”
  • Martha Tabor, “Winter: Maine,” “Antecedents”
  • R. Daniel Evans, “Cerrillos Poem, The Bottle Garden”
  • Michael Rumfelt, “For Father, After the War,” “Turtle Child”
  • Joseph Bruchac, “4th Bear Song,” “Nestling Sparrows,” “Smoke at 20,000 Feet Mornings,” “In The House”
  • Terence Winch, “Ghost Who Walks,” “Everybody’s Potato Chip Demands,” “What You Heard,” “Typhoid Mary”
  • Susan McLeod, “Untitled”
  • Ann Knoll, “Found Poem”


  • Kikuo Itaya, “Tanabata”
  • Sheppard B. Kominars, “Bella’s Jewels”
  • Joseph Maiolo, “Elverno”
  • Robert Bausch, “Dog-Star”
  • Joyce Renwick, “Who Caused A Good Cow To Cry?”


  • Samuel J. O’Neal, Jr., “The Crossroads Approach To Drug Abuse”
  • Fred Chappell, “Modesty and Honesty: Reactionary Notes on a Folk Phrase”

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