Volume 27, Number 3, Fall 2022 (#107)

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Ryan Blacketter: His Own Private Idaho  |  interviewed by Arthur Shattuck O’Keefe
Hillary Leftwich: The Power of Intention  |  interviewed by Zack Kopp


Elements of the Icelandic Saga  |  by Emil Siekkinen
The New Life  |  a comic by Gary Sullivan
On Writing in Public and Helping the Public Write  |  by Eric Elshtain

Plus: cover art by Kameron White


Manywhere  |  Morgan Thomas  |  by Madison Brown
Dreamland Court  |  Dale Herd  |  by Joe Safdie
Night Train  |  A.L. Snijders  |  by Joel Tomfohr
Morning Star  |  Ada Negri  |  by Erik Noonan
The Suffering of Lesser Mammals  |  Greg Sanders   |  by Justin Courter
I Who Have Never Known Men  |  Jacqueline Harpman  |  by Daniel Byronson
The Hospice Singer  |  Larry Duberstein  |  by George Longenecker
Movieland  |  Ramón Gómez de la Serna  |  by Richard Kostelanetz


Late Fragments: Flares, My Heart Laid Bare, Prose Poems, Belgium Disrobed  |  Charles Baudelaire  |  by Patrick James Dunagan
The Flag, The Cross, and the Station Wagon: A Graying American Looks Back at His Suburban Boyhood and Wonders What the Hell Happened  |  Bill McKibben  |  by James Lenfestey
Ways of Walking  |  Ann de Forest, ed.  |  by Joe Samuel Starnes
What’s Good: Notes on Rap and Language  |  Daniel Levin Becker  |  by Grace Utomo
Becoming Story: A Journey among Seasons, Places, Trees, and Ancestors  |  Greg Sarris  |  by Dustin Michael
The Orphic Voice: Poetry and Natural History  |  Elizabeth Sewell  |  by Patrick James Dunagan
The Clean Daughter: A Cross-Continental Memoir  |  Jill Kandel  |  by Sandra Eliason
The Naked Don’t Fear the Water: An Underground Journey with Afghan Refugees  |  Matthieu Aikins  |  by Jonathan Shipley


Punks: New & Selected Poems  |  John Keene  |  by Walter Holland
Madness  |  Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué  |  by Eric Aldrich
Opera Buffa  |  Tomaz Salamun  |  by John Bradley
Drive  |  Elaine Sexton  |  by Greg Bem
Of Being Neighbors  |  Daniel Biegelson  |  by Abbi Adest
Out of Order  |  Alexis Sears  |  by Gale Hemmann


Flung Out Of Space: Inspired by the Indecent Adventures of Patricia Highsmith  |  Grace Ellis and Hannah Templer  |  by Greg Baldino