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[90] A C K N O W L E D G M E N T S Alembic Chicago Spelling Bee Championship The American Voice Safeway Via Dolorosa Apalachee Review On Arriving and Departing Artemis The Moon Academy Birmingham Poetry Review Grooming Chautauqua Literary Review Unrequited Chelsea Long After Dark at the Church Carnival; On Forgiving the Great Price; I Lose my Way to Your House; Zorba’s Daughter Connecticut Poetry Review Home Burial Scene Crab Creek Review Windy City Crazyhorse For the Cat Anthony Cumberland Poetry Review Key of Heaven Cutbank Yak Descant Meditation, the Morning After The Dubliner Lullaby of the Train 88: A Journal of Contemporary American Poetry Glass; Arms; Wedding Fall‑out; The Proposal; After the Flower Elixir Zone; Earth Day; At the Smallest National Cemetery, Balls Bluff, VA FIELD: Contemporary Poetry and Poetics Puella; Phrygian; On the High Speed Train to Vendome, I See a Woman Who Looks Like Madame Cezanne Fine Madness Not to Be Fulcrum Sculpture: The Young Acrobat Gargoyle The Chapel that Tempted O’Keeffe to Become a Catholic Illuminations Blue Lady; Prize Image Mosque; Mourning Doves The Literary Review Camille Claudel at Large Many Mountains Moving Normal: A Surgical Lovesong; Of a Feather Margie All the Things I Couldn’t Say; One Eye Meridian Leda in the Park; Patient Midwest Quarterly In an Elizabethan Garden [91] Natural Bridge Almost Naomi New Republic The Potato Lovers Ontario Review Creche; Italian Evening Poet Lore Note from a Train Poetry Daily Hatteras Lighthouse Puerto Del Sol On Hearing a Lecture on Stars Pulpsmith The Fish Quarterly West The Living Room, My Sister Wrote, Had Seven Windows South Dakota Review Dusky; At Risk Tar River Poetry Two Poets: A Sequel; Planes; Vanishing Point(s) 32 Poems This Way, That Way Tiferet Metaphysical Tough Times Companion Child in Art Therapy Verse Daily Zorba's Daughter Virginia Quarterly Review Hatteras Lighthouse; The Trap Willow Springs Pretending in the Shower to be Blind; Before the Air Became the Journey The Yale Review The Interview; Virus "Frightened by Italy” © 2005 by The Antioch Review, Inc. First appeared in The Antioch Review, Volume 63, No. 4. Reprinted by permission of the editors. “Thoughts on St. Agatha” won third prize in the 2000 Ann Stanford Poetry Prize contest. It originally appeared in Southern California Anthology, now the Southern California Review. “The Fish,” “Meditation, the Morning After,” and “The Moon Academy” also appeared in the chapbook Troubled by an Angel (Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 1997). I am deeply grateful to Grace Schulman and Michael Spooner for giving Zorba's Daughter a chance to fly and to say "Here I am." A special note of thanks to Walter Cummins for his support, advice, and friendship, and to Jane Frakes, a beacon of strength and hope, for her faith and love. Finally, a toast to Frederick Chopin, whose 200th birthday we celebrate this year. His music has truly enriched my life. ...


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