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September-October 2012

Poetry:
Mark Thomson gazes into the space the bells leave; Andrew Taylor waits for green and attendant canopy; Sarah Crewe loves in razor blade motion; Carole Coates asks who it is making no sound on the sharp pebbles; David R Morgan rises on human feet; Meredith Collins listens for a heart; James McGrath imagines a monkey praying among plants; Glenn R. Frantz produces capricious and bewildered breathing; C.J. Allen considers, then, whose poem this is.

Prose:
Ian Seed looks into Kenneth Patchen's Selected Correspondence.

Mark Thomson

Andrew Taylor

Sarah Crewe

Carole Coates

David R Morgan

Meredith Collins

James McGrath

Glenn R. Frantz

C.J. Allen

Review of Kenneth Patchen's Selected Correspondence

Notes on Contributors

'A heart only makes a sound when there is something to push against...'