Monday, March 10, 2008

ISSUE NO. 9 TABLE OF CONTENTS

March 31, 2008

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EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
By Eileen Tabios


NEW REVIEWS
Brian Clements engages nine books by John Yau: PARADISO DIASPORA; THE PASSIONATE SPECTATOR: ESSAYS ON ART AND POETRY; ING GRISH (with illustrations by Thomas Nozkowski); BORROWED LOVE POEMS; THE UNITED STATES OF JASPER JOHNS; RADIANT SILHOUETTE; CORPSE AND MIRROR; SOMETIMES; and 100 MORE JOKES FROM THE BOOK OF THE DEAD (with etchings by Archie Rand)

David Goldstein reviews TWENTY-ONE AFTER DAYS by Lisa Lubasch

Patrick James Dunagan reviews CADENZA by Charles North and DOING 70 by Hettie Jones

Séamas Cain reviews SKINNY BUDDHA by Sheila E. Murphy

Raymond John A. de Borja reviews NOISE PICTORIAL NOISE by Eli Noah Gordon

Shanna Compton reviews DANCE DANCE REVOLUTION by Cathy Park Hong

Eileen Tabios engages MAUVE SEA-ORCHIDS by Lila Zemborain, Trans. by Rosa Alcala and Monica de la Torre

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews RAPID DEPARTURES by Vincent Katz

Eileen Tabios engages IMAGINING A BABY by Bob Marcacci

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews PRAU by Jean Vengua

Thomas Fink reviews WHEN A WOMAN LOVES A MAN by David Lehman

Kristi Castro reviews SOMETHING BRIGHT, THEN HOLES by Maggie Nelson and [GROWLING SOFTLY] Edited by Juliet Cook and "drilled" by David Foster

Nicholas Manning reviews TEXT LOSES TIME by Nico Vassilakis

Stephen Vincent reviews WHAT’S IN STORE by Trevor Joyce

Eileen Tabios engages ZAMBOANGUENA by Corrine Fitzpatrick

Burt Kimmelman engages eight publications by Basil King: 77 BEASTS; BASIL KING'S BESTIARY; LEARNING TO DRAW / A HISTORY: TWIN TOWERS; MIRAGE: A POEM IN 22 SECTIONS; WARP SPASM; THE POET; IDENTITY; THE COMPLETE MINIATURES; and DEVOTIONS, WITH SELECTIONS FROM A PAINTERS BESTIARY AND 14 DRAWINGS FROM INTENTIONS

Tom Beckett reviews HARLOT by Jill Alexander Essbaum

Patrick James Dunagan reviews HOME AMONG THE SWINGING STARS: COLLECTED POEMS OF JAIME DE ANGULO, Edited by Stefan Hyner with an essay by Andrew Schelling

Juliet Cook engages FEIGN by Kristy Bowen

Anny Ballardini reviews DAYS POEM, VOLS. I and II by Allen Bramhall

Patrick James Dunagan reviews THE FINAL NITE & OTHER POEMS: COMPLETE NOTES FROM A CHARLES GAYLE NOTEBOOK 1987-2006 by Steve Dalachinsky

Karen Rigby reviews THE BEDSIDE GUIDE TO NO TELL MOTEL: SECOND FLOOR, Edited by Reb Livingston and Molly Arden

Nathan Logan reviews THE BEDSIDE GUIDE TO NO TELL MOTEL, Edited by Reb Livingston and Molly Arden

Eileen Tabios engages MY NAME IS ESTHER CLARA by Laurel Johnson; a FOURSQUARE SPECIAL EDITION OF FIVE POEMS by Maureen Thorson; and HERE, LOVE by Jess Rowan

Jeffrey Side reviews BEAMS by Adam Fieled

Jon Cone reviews LITTLE BOAT by Jean Valentine

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews OVERNIGHT by Paul Violi

Jeff Harrison reviews OPENING AND CLOSING NUMBERS by Anny Ballardini

Eileen Tabios engages AN ARCHITECTURE by Chad Sweeney

Jessica Bozek engages DUMMY FIRE by Sarah Vap

Ryan Daley reviews THE FRANK POEMS by CAConrad

Eileen Tabios engages CLEAVING by Dion Farquhar

Abigail Licad reviews THE ANCHORED ANGEL, SELECTED WRITINGS BY JOSE GARCIA, Edited by Eileen Tabios

Christopher Mulrooney reviews SELECTED POEMS OF GABRIELA MISTRAL, Trans. by Ursula K. Le Guin

Christopher Mulrooney reviews THE BEGINNING AND END OF THE SNOW by Yves Bonnefoy, Trans. by Alan Baker

Lisa Bower reviews TERRAIN TRACKS by Purvi Shah

Laurel Johnson reviews THERE ARE WORDS by Burt Kimmelman

Ivy Alvarez reviews A F I E L D by Anthony Hawley

Nathan Logan reviews WORDS IN YOUR FACE: A GUIDED TOUR THROUGH 20 YEARS OF THE NEW YORK POETRY SLAM by Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz

Eileen Tabios engages 2 POEMS FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE BARREL by Logan Ryan Smith

Kristin Berkey-Abbott reviews BLUE COLONIAL by David Roderick

Eileen Tabios engages LIST'N by Karri Kokko

Laurel Johnson reviews INDIAN TRAINS by Erika T. Wurth

Eileen Tabios engages THE HEART THAT LIES OUTSIDE THE BODY by Stephanie Lenox

Patrick James Dunagan reviews DON'T SAY A WORD by F.A. Nettelbeck

Eileen Tabios engages BEHIND THE WHEEL: POEMS ABOUT DRIVING by Janet S. Wong


THE CRITIC WRITES POEMS
Four Poems by Ivy Alvarez: "Pear", "dumb", "The Tree" and "Parsonage Parlor"


FEATURE ARTICLES
"NOMADIC WAR" by Amy Levine

"MODERN IRONISTS: JOHN BERRYMAN, TED HUGHES, ROCHELLE OWENS, EDWARD DORN" by Rochelle Ratner


FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE: REPRINTED REVIEWS
Susana Gardner reviews ONCE UPON A NEOLIBERAL ROCKET BADGE by Jules Boykoff

Gina Myers engages LEARNING THE LANGUAGE and CASE SENSITIVE by Kate Greenstreet

Andrew Joron reviews BROKEN WORLD by Joseph Lease

Alfred A. Yuson reviews AT THE DRIVE-IN VOLCANO by Aimee Nezhukumatathil and PASSAGES: POEMS 1983-2006 by Edgar B. Maranan

Alfred A. Yuson reviews SORROWS OF THE CHAMELEON by Ella Wagemakers


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