Volume 107

January 2019
No. 1

Still, Image
Excerpts from
In Remembrance of Things Past
Gerard Malanga
Edited and Introduced by Richard Deming

What You Have Heard Is True
Carolyn Forché

The Angelus
Nan Z. Da

Natural and Spiritual Freedom
Martin Hägglund

Prison Term
Peter P. Brooks

“They Don’t Know It, but We’re Integrated”
Thomas Pynchon’s “The Secret Integration” and The Saturday Evening Post

Terry Reilly

Fiction

Mr. Crime and Punishment
Gish Jen

Alger, le cri
Samir Toumi
Translated by Alice Kaplan

Poetry

“The moon has set”
John Kinsella

Ballet and sawhorse
Elizabeth Smither

Verkeerdekraal
C. J. Driver

As Far As You Know
A. F. Moritz

Animal Kingdom
Amy Roa

Middle of the Movie
Andrew Saviano

After Seeing the Irish Modern Dance Theatre’s Lear
Hurricane
In a Hurry

Catherine Staples

The Nest in Winter
Kimiko Hahn

What Feeds on Want
John Rybicki

California Christmas
Noah Warren

On Sundays
Willie Perdomo

Beret
Nick

Natania Rosenfeld

Unbudgably Yours
Samuel Hazo

Reviews

Shipwreck with Spectator
Feisal Mohamed

Fiction in Review
Giorgio Bassani

Marta Figlerowicz

Poetry in Review
Don Paterson

Stephen Yenser

Music in Review
Birgit Nilsson

Dewey Faulkner

Art in Review
Andy Warhol

Richard Deming

Film in Review
Children of Thanos

Roy Scranton

Contributors