poetry and of language will delight in Singularly
from Akeldama, with a commentary
by the Editor and an introduction
from the author, poet Melissa Green.
fiction for online readers: Part
1 of a new story by David Green,
of the Night". With other short fiction
Gulf Between Love and Hate is No Greater Than
6") and Floyd J. Miller
the Airport in Kalai").
the trade Press, an excerpt from The
Lost Books of the Odysseyby
Zachary Mason (which collection
has bene reissued by Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Two Memories of Lowell ]
and editor Keith Botsford opens
his personal journal to recount his time spent
forty years ago as a companion to Robert Lowell
during a tour through South America. // Poet and
teacher M. A. Schorr,
now director of the Frost Foundation, recalls
a chance encounter with Lowell when the two walked
together through a blizzard in Cambridge.
Also in this
issue, original Poetry from Marjorie Hogan;
Jon Wooding; Samantha Mineo Myers;
Síol Bhodhú (translated
from Irish by Daniel E. Pritchard); Akehiro
Shirai (translated from Japanse
by Jay Otsuka); and Jorge
Luis Borges (translated from
Spanish by George Kalogeris).
ink drawing above, by Essie Martsinkovsky,
of a series based upon architectural details
found on buildings in downtown Boston.