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  Volume 83, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Baby Boomer Issue(s)

pp. 5-10
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What Might Life Be Like in the 21st Century?

pp. 11-12
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Where We Were and What We Were Doing: August 19, 2003

p. 13
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The Day Before the Day Before Thanksgiving, and: For Dan, After a Party, and: By a pool, between hurricanes

pp. 14-16
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The Shore, and: Correction

pp. 16-17
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Hurricane Floyd, and: Countdown

pp. 18-20
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Misspeech, and: No Ego, and: A Modern Story

pp. 20-22
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From “Every Woman Is Her Own Chimera”: A suite for Adrienne Rich

pp. 23-26
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American Witch

pp. 26-28
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Sorcery, and: Stop, and: Complaint

pp. 28-31
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The Reasons, and: The Plum Tree, and: What Is the Likelihood

pp. 31-33
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The Poem That Answers Why I Never Write Poems in Which You Appear, and: Confessional 12-Step Poem

pp. 33-36
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The Orthography of Provocation, and: Between Two Men, and: All Day I Dream about Sex

pp. 36-39
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Parade of Possibles, and: Late Love, and: He Brings Wood

pp. 39-41
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Longing in Nebraska, and: To the Mother of the Sixteen-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead by the Police after She Called Them, and: I-80

pp. 42-45
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Nothing Extra

pp. 46-64
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Close Reading, and: Bishop’s Filling Station

pp. 65-66
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The Undertaker’s Daughter, and: Gershwin

pp. 67-69
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Three Sandhills for Ray Charles, and: Hippie Jew Hair

pp. 69-72
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The Ballade of Hirsuteness of Yore, and: Morning Sex

pp. 72-74
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W’s, and: STD

pp. 74-77
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A Shoving Leopard

pp. 78-80
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In the Affirmative, and: Down to the Crossroads, and: Fame and Fortune

pp. 80-84
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Come Back to the Dance, Dick Clark, and: Kings of Boogie, and: The Evolution of Rock ’n’ Roll

pp. 84-86
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Mix Tape to Be Brought to Her in Rehab, and: Mudlark Shuffle

pp. 87-90
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Phonography, and: Forward Sestina (Dylanesque)

pp. 91-93
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Bob Dylan Is God

pp. 93-94
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Which Is to Say, and: This Life

pp. 95-98
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Pirated Music, and: Achievement

pp. 98-101
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Finished House, and: Chosen

pp. 101-104
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Voice Making the Sounds of Engines, and: Ambition

pp. 105-107
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Friends, 1956

p. 107
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Ward Cleaver Speaks to June

p. 108
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The Pure Thing

pp. 108-109
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The Lincoln Boys

pp. 110-123
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Road Trips, and: Prophecy, and: I Lose a New Cold War

pp. 124-128
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Lying Awake

pp. 129-130
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Flash, and: South Lorain Suite, and: The Future

pp. 130-133
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WAR is RAW Backward and Forward, and: My Immigrant Dad, On Voting

pp. 134-135
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If the Moon Kept Goats: The Veteran’s Tale, and: The Moment before a Change

pp. 135-138
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Antonio Amorosi, and: In Praise of Darkness, and: Listen

pp. 138-140
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In America, and: April 10, 1988, and: After, Climbing Dragon’s Tooth

pp. 141-143
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Sheath

pp. 143-145
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Love Might Utter the Only Verse That Wouldn’t Insult the Dying, and: For Robert Strickler

pp. 145-148
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The World, and: Unfinishables, and: Maybe Tomorrow

pp. 149-154
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The Arrival of the Heavenly Corps

p. 155
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Semper

p. 156
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A Cigar Is—Oh, Never Mind

pp. 157-158
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Ai

On Election Day

pp. 159-160
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The Incredible Disappearing Interrogator

p. 161
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Boy Soldier, and: King Swat

pp. 162-163
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nothing, and: fair play

pp. 164-169
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Ode to John Berryman, and: Ode to Archibald MacLeish, and: Ode to Wallace Stevens

pp. 169-172
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Ghazal on a Reading by a New York City Poet

pp. 173-174
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Baby Boom Poetry and the New Zeitgeist

pp. 175-193
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Rowing, and: As If Ovid Had Written Their Story, and: Flying West, and: Shadow Play

pp. 194-199
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Reviews

Letters to the World: Poems from the Wom-Po LISTSERV (review)

pp. 201-203
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Talking Underwater (review)

pp. 203-205
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Far from Algiers, and: My Life as a Doll (review)

pp. 205-208
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 209-218
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News of Previous Contributors

News of Previous Contributors

pp. 219-221
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Research Areas

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