Volume 37, Number 3, Fall/Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Editors’ Page

pp. 1-2
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Fiction

Waste Management

pp. 3-15
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The Hottest Part of the Summer

pp. 16-31
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Wink Wink Kiss Kiss

pp. 32-50
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Nonfiction

Goodbye, Arkansas

pp. 51-61
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Luck, Statistics, Magic

pp. 62-75
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Leopold and Shinner

pp. 76-94
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Poetry

April Hour

p. 95
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Scale, and: My Taste, and: Second Order

pp. 96-99
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The song of songs which is Bufter’s and which is Sedgwick’s

pp. 100-101
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Soliloquy, and: Literally

pp. 102-103
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What Then Would You Have Me Do?, and: Low Fire, Brandy, and Other Considerations

pp. 104-105
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Diurnal I, and: Diurnal II

pp. 106-107
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Limousined Boy

p. 108
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How / fazed by nothing

p. 109
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In the Hatchery

pp. 110-111
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now that we have met crawling, and: swimming, burrowing and jumping snakes, all that remains is for us to discover a flying snake

pp. 112-113
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Prose & Proscenium, and: The Answer Is No

pp. 114-115
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Poem in a Rearview Mirror

pp. 116-119
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Villanelle: Notes on Thoughts and Vision

pp. 120-121
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Cloven Hoof, and: Architecture without ornaments

pp. 122-123
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If Poetry Is to Be Written Right, and: Long Distance

pp. 124-126
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Ruin Value

p. 127
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[salvaged in asunder]

pp. 128-129
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window / candle, and: Images, Similes, Some Alliteration

pp. 130-133
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Houndstooth Speaks, and: Houndstooth in Love

pp. 134-135
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Another Century, and: Still Life

pp. 136-138
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Anonymous.

p. 139
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Corn Maze

pp. 140-143
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The Trouble with Sentient Beings, and: The Time Machine Paradox

pp. 144-146
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Deathward We Ride, and: [Ceaseless This Wandering Epic]

pp. 147-148
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Some Late Jargonelles

pp. 149-153
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from Kopenhaga

p. 154
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Book Notes

The Name of the Nearest River by Alex Taylor (review)

pp. 155-157
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Attention Please Now by Matthew Pitt (review)

pp. 157-159
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Summertime by J. M. Coetzee (review)

pp. 159-162
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Sight Map by Brian Teare (review)

pp. 162-165
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Portions by Hank Lazer, and: Diorama with Fleeing Figures by Merle Lyn Bachman (review)

pp. 165-170
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The Ms of M Y Kin by Janet Holmes (review)

pp. 171-174
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Scribe by Norman Finkelstein (review)

pp. 174-178
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Contributor Notes

pp. 179-184
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