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  Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2009

Table of Contents

CELEBRATING TEXAS WRITERS:
Part 1

Images

pp. i-xii
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Eyes Upon Texas: The Editor’s Notes

pp. 1-4
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Poetry

Lunar: A History: For Don on our fiftieth anniversary

pp. 10-11
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The Curious Journey of Ulysses Paradeece After a Hurricane

pp. 93-96
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Ai

Confessional Poem

p. 208
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Land Art in the Silk City

p. 209
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Drunk the Night After the Eclipse: After Li Po

p. 229
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From Tasting Every Horizon

p. 230
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Homage to Lead

pp. 223-224
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It is Most Fortunate that the Child is Tall Enough to Ride: A haiku

p. 228
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Forest Neurotica

p. 69
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Lessons in Threes

p. 70
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Track 4: Reflection: As performed by Diana Ross

p. 71
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Track 5: Summertime: As performed by Janis Joplin

p. 72
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The Men in the Seersucker Suits

pp. 256-257
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River Oaks

p. 258
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Wild Indigo, Because

p. 12
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The White Iris Beautifies Me

pp. 13-14
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From Blood, Sister

pp. 45-46
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With a Bible and a Gun

pp. 205-206
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Hiking at Burrito Canyon

p. 207
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The Afterlife

p. 91
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Patriotism

p. 92
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Vacationers at Amecameca

pp. 195-196
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Pipistrelle

pp. 84-86
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To Joan Mitchell

pp. 87-90
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The Reason for All Things: (Lovers in love and over love)

p. 225
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Zeno’s Tortoise: (In quietude, velocity sleeps)

pp. 226-227
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Smoke Under the Bale

p. 110
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Horse in the Dark

pp. 111-112
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Amarillo (1971)

p. 113
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Still Life with Summer Sausage, a Blade, and No Blood (East Texas, 198_)

p. 114
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Wellfleet: i.m. John Slatin

pp. 233-234
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Climbing Jacob’s Ladder

p. 181
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The Neptune Festival

pp. 182-183
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Ranch Widow

p. 184
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Anything but Standard

p. 73
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Home of the Brave

pp. 97-98
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Black SUV: (after Vallejo)

p. 99
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The Story of White People

p. 100
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Hot Springs

p. 101
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Danger: For Chloe

p. 188
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Life at the Arcade

p. 189
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From Thought Clouds

pp. 42-44
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The Apprenticeship of Jelly Roll Morton

pp. 259-260
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From Mahoney’s Life: A Poetry Sequence

pp. 231-232
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Shame

pp. 135-136
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Yearning: A Ghazal

p. 137
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Poems to be Sent on Postcards of the Desert

pp. 117-118
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Widows at the Slot Machines

p. 119
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Present Tense

p. 142
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Denigration

p. 143
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Any Minute Now

p. 204
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Brodsky’s Overcoat

pp. 197-198
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Blood on All Your Shirts

p. 199
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My Father, On Dialysis

p. 200
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A Cornfield in Cuba

pp. 217-218
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Nom de Guerre: Upon Visiting the Che Memorial in Santa Clara, Cuba

pp. 219-220
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A Freight Train to Laredo

p. 128
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Exhaustion

p. 129
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Undocumented

p. 130
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Starving

p. 144
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Hibiscus

p. 145
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Gerald Stern, 1992

p. 201
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Song

p. 202
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Why I Just Dropped the Nature Bouquet

p. 203
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Dear C

pp. 8-9
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Dithyramb: Nocturnal

pp. 163-164
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[…]

p. 165
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Douglass, a Last Letter

pp. 155-159
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My Mother in Her Being—Photograph: ca. 1947

pp. 185-187
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Shotguns, 1987: (after the painting by John Biggers)

p. 115
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Dwelling on the Darkness

p. 116
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The Literalist

pp. 253-254
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Reading

p. 255
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Museum of Natural History #12, Bench Seating at the Atomic Test, 6/4/53

p. 74
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Theories of Language

p. 75
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Consider, T. H.

pp. 76-77
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Still Life with Window and Chair

p. 221
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Die Wunderkammer

p. 222
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Estill’s Daughter

p. 160
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Solset

p. 161
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Pirates

p. 162
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After His Retirement, LBJ Visits Greenville

pp. 138-139
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“The Strange Case of the Virgin Lidwina”: —first recorded case of multiple sclerosis, 1421

pp. 140-141
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Sunrise over Cassis

p. 5
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December

p. 6
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The Majesty of Sleep

p. 7
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Drama

Without Tongue: 10 Minute Play

pp. 120-127
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From Dividing the Estate

pp. 15-41
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From The Man Who Saved New Orleans

pp. 241-252
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Non-fiction Prose

Passing, a Home Front Memory

pp. 78-83
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Las Milpas en Iowa

pp. 146-154
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The Search for the Perfect Sidecar

pp. 102-109
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How I Got a Tattoo

pp. 131-134
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Family Photo #5: Bob

pp. 210-216
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Filming My New Novel, Vexed; Rich and Poor Latinos

pp. 190-194
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Heartbeat

pp. 235-240
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Away, Running: A Look at a Different Paris

pp. 47-56
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Interviews

Interview with Franklin Sirmans

pp. 166-176
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Interview with Valerie Cassel Oliver

pp. 57-64
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An Interview with Alvia Wardlaw

pp. 261-276
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Book Reviews

The Cambridge Companion to the African American Slave Narrative (review)

pp. 281-284
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Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apartheid (review)

pp. 285-287
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In Search of Nella Larsen: A Biography of the Color Line (review)

pp. 288-290
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A Kind of Friendship

pp. 291-293
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Poetry and Violence: The Ballad Tradition of Mexico’s Costa Chica (review)

pp. 293-295
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No Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dahs in Randall Horton’s The Definition of Place

pp. 296-300
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The Architecture of Language (review)

pp. 300-303
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Black Fire Reignited

pp. 303-307
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Santeria: A Practical Guide to Afro-Caribbean Magic, and: Santeria Stories (review)

pp. 307-313
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The Regal Theater and Black Culture (review)

pp. 314-317
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Faithful Vision: Treatments of the Sacred, Spiritual, and the Supernatural in Twentieth Century African American Fiction, and: Singing in a Strange Land: C. L. Franklin, the Black Church, and the Transformation of America (review)

pp. 318-322
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The New Negro: Readings on Race, Representation, and African American Culture, 1892–1938 (review)

pp. 322-325
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 326-334
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Forthcoming Table of Contents/Celebrating Texas Writers: Part 2

pp. 335-336
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