Mary Jo Bang | THE SCURRYING WHITE MICE DISAPPEAR

THE SCURRYING WHITE MICE DISAPPEAR Where have they gone? The cage door unlocked is left open but that answers nothing. The snow outside will hide them if they are successful in crafting flattened versions of themselves and leave through the space where the high wall ends. This is only the nothing that is.…

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TABLE OF CONTENT

POETRY

FROM THE VALLUM CHAPBOOK SERIES

  • Jan Zwicky, from STRING PRACTICE
  • Yusuf Saadi, from SONNETS ON A NIGHT WITHOUT LOVE

INTERVIEW

ESSAY

  • James W. Wood, Perspectives on New Poetry from Britain and Ireland

REVIEWS

  • Julie Mannell, A Map of Violence: Jordan Abel’s INJUN and the Failures of the Western Library
  • Bill Neumire, A review of Margo Wheathon’s THE UNLIT PATH BEHIND THE HOUSE \ A review of Dane Swan’s A MINGUS LULLABY
  • Megan Callahan, A review of Laurie D. Graham’s SETTLER EDUCATION

ART

  • Andrea Minini, Artworks from the PREDATORS AND PREYS and ANIMALS IN MOIRÉ series

ADDITIONAL DIGITAL CONTENT

POETRY

INTERVIEW

  • A nonpartisan Conversation with GEORGE ELLIOTT CLARKE

REVIEW

  • Kian Vaziri-Tehrani, A Review of John Sibley Williams’ DISINHERITANCE
***Select poems are available to read online. To read the full issue, purchase 13:2.