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POEM FOR THE DAY
from the 64-year BPJ archive:
"Addie Grace" by John Hildebidle, Fall 1988

MEET OUR NEW EDITORS
With the publication of the summer issue, Melissa Crowe and Rachel Contreni Flynn assume the editorship of the BPJ.

The journal is also seeking a managing editor.

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THE SUMMER 2015 ISSUE
Jacek Dehnel translations by Karen Kovacik and Vasiliki Albedo Bennu's hilarious take on the Greek elections. Poems by Sue D. Burton, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Cara Dees, Rae Gouirand, Jennifer Lighty, Ottilie Mulzet, Katherine Noble, Colleen O'Brien, Darby Price, Kevin Riel, June Rockefeller, Dan Rosenberg, Susan Tichy, Steve Wilson, and William Kelley Woolfitt.

In Books in Brief, Melissa Crowe considers the refashioning of myths in Sandy Longhorn's The Alchemy of My Mortal Form and Bradford Tice's What the Night Numbered.

Once in a while, I'll pick up a lit mag and read a great poem by someone I've never heard of. A poem that knocks me down and steals my shoes and makes me walk back to my own poor town over rocks and thorns. A poem that knocks the oomph out of my status quo. A poem I want to read to everybody. One that works and risks while it works. The Beloit Poetry Journal offers such poems.

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