Issue 59

Poetry

Ricardo Pau Llosa                  Leper-No-More Man

Timothy Kercher                     Elegy for Meat

Adriana Cloud                        Chernobyl Revisited: Novinki Asylum, Belarus, 1997

   Chernobyl Revisited: Pripyat River, Belarus, 2000

Jesse Ferguson                      The Coleman Frog

   Cape Breton April

Laura Kochman                      Orangerie

   To the Woman in the Woods, November 9

Michael Martin                        Antititerior

Joseph Woods                       Of Restlessness

   So Many Things I Put into a Needle

Miller Mantooth                       Hunger in a Depressed Time

  Dogwood

Kristine Ong Muslim               Loverman falls in love with a corpse

Bo Schwabacher                   Red Beans and Vaseline

Chet Weise                           Antlers 3 A.M.

Marc Harsmen                       Ulysses

Tara Mae Mulroy                    Mother

Nate Friedman                       from “The Palmetto King”

Ellen McGrath Smith               How Apart People Are in Time Together

Aaron Crippen                       Nyaungshwe

Metta Sama                           Bo(u)rn(e) Again

Dante Di Stefano                   Chemotherapy Epithalamion

Sarah Sutter                          Cowrie

Leora Fridman                       If It’s the Beaches

Nonfiction

Sarah Kobrinsky                    The Negative Cutter

Robert Rebein                        The Fight

Emily Hipchen                        Broody

Rosalie Moffet                         Jupiter

J. Duncan Wiley                     Four Fathers

Fiction

Susan DeFreitas                     Spin

Alex Pickett                             Pharaoh

Matt Brock                              The Pamphleteers

2012 James Knudsen Prize in Fiction

Ari Braverman                         Even Though He’s Still Alive

2012 Kay Murphy Prize in Poetry

Benjamin Sutton                      Then, the Abridged

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