The Iowa Review (Spring 2012)

The Iowa Review Spring The Spring issue features yellow picnics cartwheels in the garden an epistolary nun holy and other mothers stories for geometricians princessing in Rome spectator chess in Russia and binki

  • Title: The Iowa Review (Spring 2012)
  • Author: Josephine Rowe Pimone Triplett Mehdi Tavana Okasi Saskia Beudel Michael Judge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Iowa Review (Spring 2012)

    The Spring 2012 issue features yellow picnics, cartwheels in the garden, an epistolary nun, holy and other mothers, stories for geometricians, princessing in Rome, spectator chess in Russia, and binkies in America.Table of Contents POEMMaxine Chernoff without a listener without a body without coherence without enchantment G.C Waldrep Siege Reliquary Agent OrThe Spring 2012 issue features yellow picnics, cartwheels in the garden, an epistolary nun, holy and other mothers, stories for geometricians, princessing in Rome, spectator chess in Russia, and binkies in America.Table of Contents POEMMaxine Chernoff without a listener without a body without coherence without enchantment G.C Waldrep Siege Reliquary Agent OrantHarriet Levin Hang UpMichael Judge No One s in a Hurry The Other Blackbird CartwheelsMichael McKimm Post Troubles Poet Thirteen Ways of Looking at AmericaSarah Rose Nordgren 1917 PrionPimone Triplett The End of Evolution Closet VisionBrandon Shimoda Yellow Picnic The Cedars of Lebanon Yellow Picnic Poems for the PeopleBrian Laidlaw from TERRATACTIC IX STORYKatya Apekina Maureen and MarjorieJ Kevin Shushtari The Sweet Dry Fruit of the Lotus TreeV.S Yanovsky trans Isabella Yanovsky Double Nelson Task and Realization Ninety Six in the ShadeLouis Jensen trans Lise Kildegaard Five Square StoriesJosephine Rowe The Vending Machine at the End of the World Dixieland The Taxidermist s WifeMehdi Tavana Okasi Other Mothers, Other SonsNathan Hill SuperAngelESSAYSabine Heinlein A Portrait of the Writer as a RabbitSaskia Beudel Ground GlassMatthew Gavin Frank Ritual, I Want My Blood to Be Used in aLorrin Anderson To die, that s nothing, but to grow old A Son s RemembranceAllan Gurganus What Makes Literature Immortal VideoARTWORKSandra Dyas The Lost Nation Photographs

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    1. Lisa

      The stand-out for me was Sabine Heinlein's personable, yet informative and emotionally substantive essay "A Portrait of the Writer as a Rabbit." Also interesting--at least in concept--were the "Five Square Stories" by Louis Jensen (transl. Lise Kildegaard). These flash pieces belong to a series of 1001 square-formatted stories; the five here all had speculative themes, but were too thin to be very satisfying on their own.

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