Volume 11, Number 1, Fall 2015

Table of Contents

The Sound Issue

Crickets, Cicadas

pp. 5-8
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Five Songs

p. 9
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About the cover

p. 10
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A Quiet Lie of Nature Writing

pp. 11-13
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Fiction

The Discarded

pp. 16-35
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A Scatter of Snow

pp. 87-90
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Make the Angel

pp. 164-172
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In the Time of Rocks

pp. 174-185
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Concerto for T..."/>

Nonfiction

The Ear is a Lonely Hunter

pp. 40-49
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The Indian Vocabularies

pp. 50-63
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Mapping the Bottom of the World

pp. 93-103
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D Is for the Dance of the Hours: a portrait of prebankruptcy Detroit

pp. 128-145
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Poetry

C Train Concerto for Two Cellos, with Cavafy, and: Ghazal of the Elegant Skull

pp. 36-39
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Channels, Frequencies, and Sequences

pp. 64-65
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Sea Star

pp. 85-86
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Satisfaction

pp. 91-92
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Siren

pp. 104-105
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The Minor Wife’s Lesson

p. 112
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George’s Harmonica

pp. 119-120
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Étienne De Fay, and: Old Deaf Joke

pp. 124-126
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On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres

p. 127
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Alabama History

pp. 146-147
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Sheep May Safely Graze

pp. 156-158
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The Ecology of Falling Whales

pp. 159-163
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Little Fox Music Box

p. 173
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Indiana, While It Lasted, and: Pluck

pp. 186-187
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Poem in a Landscape

Heavy upon My Eye: Reading Carolyn Kizer’s “The Great Blue Heron” As My Mother Is Leaving

pp. 66-71
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The Great Blue Heron

pp. 72-73
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Art

Pictures of Music: Photographs from the Collection of Sarah Bryan

pp. 74-84
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Special Feature - Sovereignty Through Art

Sovereignty through Print: New Type, and a New Letterpress-printed Book, in the Cherokee Syllabary

pp. 106-111
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The Strip

Dave

pp. 113-118
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Map

The Voices of Birds: Call Dialects of the Evening Grosbeak

pp. 121-123
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One-track Mind: Writers and Musicians on Their Favorite Songs

p. 148
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One Morning in May

pp. 149-150
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“Po’ Black Sheep:” My Introduction to Black String Bands

pp. 151-153
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“Green Onions” and a Gran Torino

pp. 154-155
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 189-192
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