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Issue 2.1 Spring 2013

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"Yellow Trailer Wonder Valley, CA" Art by Deborah Martin.
“Yellow Trailer Wonder Valley, CA” Art by Deborah Martin.

 

"Missing Jacques" Art by Candace Fasano.
“Missing Jacques” Art by Candace Fasano.

 

"The Birds" Art by Christopher Woods.
“The Birds” Art by Christopher Woods.

Poetry:

Allen Braden | Anniversary Card
Carol Hebald | Winter Dawn
Esther Altshul Helfgott | Pantoum For Uncle Izzy
Paul Hostovsky | Poem
Barbara F. Lefcowitz | Golden Eyes
Kelly McQuain | Strawberries, Limoncello, Water Ice, Passing Time
George Moore | Fast As Saint Ignatius
Elisabeth Murawski | That’s Life
Martin Ott | Bandits | Refrain
Linda Pastan | Like A Bird | Legacies
Barry Seiler | Yarhrzeit
Elaine Terranova | Stairway
Arnie Weingart | The Rothko Chapel
Changming Yuan | Y

Fiction:

Elizabeth Edelglass | Family Circle
Abbigail N. Rosewood | The Ones We Keep
Annaliese Wagner | How To Jump Rope

Nonfiction:

Karen Donley-Hayes | Hens On A Porch
Jennifer Maritza McCauley | Home Ghosts
Joan Moritz | Penguins In Flight
Renée K. Nicholson | Coda: Partnering
Gary Presley | Knife
Enid Shomer | Small

Artist Spotlight:

Aron Wisenfeld

Translations:

Rosa Alice Branco | The Girls Were Lovely Lithe | The Men’s Hands Would Graze
**Alexis Levitin
Lidia Kosk | The Moon Above The Wild Apple Tree
**Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka
Maria Teresa Ogliastri | To Be Empress | Alfalfa Sprouts
**Yvette Neisser Moreno
**Patricia Bejarano Fisher
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe | Third Roman Elegy
**Brett Ortler

 

** Indicates translators

George Moore

George MooreGeorge Moore is the author of two new collections, The Hermits of Dingle (FutureCycle Press, 2013), and Children’s Drawings of the Universe (Salmon Poetry, 2014), as well as Headhunting (2002) and The Petroglyphs at Wedding Rocks (1997).  Nominated for Pushcart Prizes, Best of the Web and Net Awards, and the Rhysling Poetry Award, he has been a finalist for The National Poetry Series, the Brittingham Award, and Anhinga’s Poetry Prize. He lives with his wife, the Canadian poet, Tammy Armstrong, in the foothills of Colorado, and teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder. 

 

Fast as Saint Ignatius

If I could be in two places at once,
I’d defy Newton’s old bugbear
and warp the mirror to see myself

at the other end of the universe
looking back.  If I could live a desert
life, one step ahead of earth’s curve,

and blur the boundaries between
being and dreaming, like between
the storm and Pedernal,

the one moment in O’Keeffe,
I’d live out my time on Ghost Ranch
like it were heaven

and I were made of stone cold blossoms.
But my order is the order a la mode
without the travel to the Basilica

or heaven, without seeing beyond
the moment, this tree, this star,
this absence at the center of the flower.