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D'Agata, John
   Ed.:
The Next American Essay, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Summer 2003), 43.

D'Angelo, Patricia (D'Angelo, Patti).
   In the Compost, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 8.

D'Angelo, Patti (D'Angelo, Patricia).

Dacey, Philip
   
After a Fifteenth Century Miniature Showing King Mark Stabbing Tristan in the Presence of Ysolt, 17 (Summer 1967), 24.
   Driving Home, 23 (Summer 1973), 30-31.
   The Unicorn, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 2-6.
   Inspired Iron, 27 (Spring 1977), 6-14.
   For One who Received a Chainsaw as a Wedding Gift, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 20-21; The Condom Salesman Tries Them on Like Shoes, ibid., 21.
   Ed.: with David Jauss, Strong Measures: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry in Traditional Forms, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Spring 1987), 38-39.
   The Confession, 38 (Fall 1987), 15; Shacking Up, ibid., 16.
   Recorded Message, 43 (Fall 1992), 6-7.
   Recorded Message (originally published in Fall 1992), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 268.
   Thomas Eakins: Painting President Rutherford B. Hayes, 51 (Spring 2001), 31.

Daguio, Amador
   
Off the Aleutian Islands, 3 (Spring 1953), 19.

Dahlberg, Edward
   
Walt Whitman, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration (Chapbook 3), 5 (Fall 1954), 11-13.

Dahlstedt, Marden
   
The Hunt, 11 (Summer 1961), 1.

Dahn, Meghan Maguire
   
I Use Myth to Understand the Residual Trauma of Rapes, Poets Under Twenty-Five (Chapbook 23), 52 (Spring 2002), 42.

Dale, Kathleen
   
Unframed Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman, 54 (Winter 2003-2004), 18.

Dalton, Dorothy
   
Time Translates Me, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 18.
   Tall with Word Props, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 5.
   Decorum Like a Shawl, 4 (Summer 1954), 3.

Dalven, Rae
   Trans.:
The Fourth Dimension: Selected Poems, by Yannis Ritsos, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 28 (Spring 1978), 37.

Daniels, Guy
   
A Federal Poet, 6 (Spring 1956), 5.

Daniels, Jim
   
Punching Out, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 39.

Dante
   
Purgatorio, trans. by W.S. Merwin, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 55.

Danziger, Jazzy
   
Yahrzeit, 61 (Winter 2010-2011), 19.

Dao, Bei
   
The Rose of Time: New and Selected Poems, Eliot Weinberger, ed., rev. John Rosenwald, 61 (Fall 2010), 40.

Dao, Jia
   
Early Start, trans. by Miles W. Murphy, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 18; Touched by Autumn, trans. by Miles W. Murphy, ibid., 18; On the passion to 'improve' a garden pavillion, trans. by Miles W. Murphy, ibid., 19.

Darlington, Tenaya
   
Sea Braids, 45 (Fall 1994), 20-21.

Darwish, Mahmoud
   
Cadence Chooses Me, trans. by Fady Joudah, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 20; Sonnet 5, trans. by Fady Joudah, ibid., 22.
   Cadence Chooses Me, trans. by Fady Joudah, 55 (Spring 2005), 46.
   Unfortunately, It Was Paradise: Selected Poems, trans. by Munir Akash and Carolyn Forché, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Fall 2008), 41; The Butterfly's Burden, trans. by Fady Joudah, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 42; Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone?, trans. by Jeffrey Sacks, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 45.

Das, Jibanananda
   
The Birds, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, 16 (Fall 1965), 20-22; If I Were a Wild Swan, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 22-23; Grass, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 23; She, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 23-24; The Sounds of a Dream, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 24; O Kite!, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 25; Twenty Years Later, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 25-26; You Once Showed Me, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 26-27; The Story of the Field, trans. by Tarun Gupta and Mary M. Lago, ibid., 27-31.
   Grass (originally published in Fall 1965), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 91; She (originally published in Fall 1965), ibid., 92.

Dash, Robert
   
Poem, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 35.

Dauenhauer, Richard
   
Field Guide, 19 (Summer 1969), 18-19; Definition of Itself, ibid., 19.

Daunt, Jonathan
   
The School, 44 (Fall 1993), 8-12.

David, Almitra
   
Unburying Mother, 29 (Summer 1979), 2-5.
   Bag Lady: A Part of her Poem, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 22-32.
   Notes from Delmira, 36 (Spring 1986), 4-9.
   Poem to My Hungry Daughter, 43 (Summer 1993), 26-30.
   Impulse to Fly, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Spring 1999), 47-48.
   Io Drinks Coffee, 53 (Fall 2002), 12.

Davidson, Ashley
   
On Childlessness, 65 (Fall 2014), 20.

Davidson, Chad
   
Flies, 56 (Spring 2006), 8.

Davidson, Gustav
   
All About Us, 3 (Summer 1953), 12.

Davidson, Michael
   
Ghostlier Demarkations: Modern Poetry and the Material World, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 48 (Fall 1997), 38-40.

Davie, Donald
   
Malatesta, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 32; Naval Architecture, ibid., 32.

Davis, Betty Miller
   
Street Scene, 12 (Fall 1961), 26-27.

Davis, Carol Ann
   
Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces), 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 26; Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush), ibid., 28; Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us), ibid., 30.
   Breaking the Night Sky Mug with Luke before the Bus Comes, 66 (Fall 2015), 9.
   GREAT SORROW..., 67 (Winter 2016-2017), 13; The Oblique Approach, ibid., 14; Dear Thief Say, ibid., 15.

Davis, John
   
Labor Day Nap, 43 (Summer 1993), 24; Schoolteacher Raking Crimson Leaves, ibid., 25.
   Reference Desk Woman, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 5.

Davis, Kathy
   Snapped, 67 (
Fall 2016), 31.

Davis, Melody
   
Potatoes, 35 (Fall 1984), 15-16; The Camellia Grill, ibid., 16-17.
   Homecoming Dinner, Dr. Elizabeth Riefsynder, 1914, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 16-17.

Davis, Nicelle
   
I Wrote You This Love Letter. You'll Think It's Gross, 61 (Summer 2011), 15.
   Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage, 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 25.
   Becoming Judas, rev. John Rosenwald, 64 (Spring 2014), 42.
   The Poster Reads: Active Shooter Event, 66 (Winter 2015-2016), 9.

Dawes, Kwame
   
Henna, 54 (Summer 2004), 22.

Day, Meg
   
At the Museum, 65 (Spring 2015), 8.

De Araujo, Virginia
   
Rim Trail, 27 (Spring 1977), 19-21; Intervene, ibid., 21-23; Carlos, ibid., 24-29.
   Last Child, 29 (Spring 1979), 26.
   Irma, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 26-27; Newscast, ibid., 28-29.
   Miriam's Dream of Genesis, 47 (Fall 1996), 8; Mir-yam in Exodus, ibid., 9-10; Mir-yam, Corrected Text, ibid., 10-11.

De Castro, F. D.
   
House Mouse, Contemporary Philippine Poetry, 14 (Summer 1964), 7.

De Jesus, Joey
   
self-portrait as queen of adders, 65 (Winter 2014-2015), 29.

deFord, Sara
   
Exercise in Consonance, 11 (Summer 1961), 36.
   Long Distance, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 15-16.
   I'll Meet You by Jesus, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 26-28; Little Homily, ibid., 26; De Contemptu Mundi, ibid., 26; Hot Closet, ibid., 27; Triumphal Entry, ibid., 28.

DeKoch, Dan
   graphite pencil drawing. "Kasaya, Flier of the Skies." 1976, 54 (
Spring 2004), cover.

DeLaura, David J.
   
When the Bough Breaks, 8 (Fall 1957), 25-26.

DeVore, Paul L.
   
It's a Plum Grape Fielding, but I Can Barley Till Rye, 47 (Fall 1996), 34.

DeWald, Jaydn
   
Nocturne (or Landscape with Father), 63 (Fall 2012), 10.

Deagon, Ann
   
Arcadia, 21 (Summer 1971), 20-21; The Last Eureka, ibid., 22-23; Samothrace, ibid., 23.
   The Sibyl's Bath, 23 (Winter 1972-1973), 3-4.
   The Sibyl's Bath (originally published in Winter 1972-1973), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 114.

Deane, John F.
   
An Elegy, 64 (Spring 2014), 10.

Dees, Cara
   
You Have Two to Three Months, Maybe Less, 65 (Summer 2015), 36.

Dehnel, Jacek
   
Brzytwa okamgnieni, trans. by Karen Kovacik, 65 (Summer 2015), 18; A Razor-Sharp Glance, trans. by Karen Kovacik, ibid., 19; Korytarz, późna jesień, trans. by Karen Kovacik, ibid., 20; Train Corridor, Late Fall, trans. by Karen Kovacik, ibid., 21.

Delaney, John
   
Scuba: Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, 32 (Fall 1981), 9.

Delattre, Pierre Henri
   
Anniversary, 11 (Spring 1961), 24.

Deming, Alison H.
   
The Woman Painting Crates, 33 (Summer 1983), 39-40.

Dempster, Brian Komei
   
Jacket Elegy, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 18.
   Topaz, rev. John Rosenwald, 64 (Spring 2014), 46.
   Give and Take, 65 (Fall 2014), 24.

Denning, T. A.
   
A Football Injury, A Mourning Haze, 29 (Spring 1979), 5-7.

Dennis, Rodney Gove
   
Carolyn, 44 (Summer 1994), 8-14.
   Her Last Weeks: Going to Market, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 10; Boston Rehab: She Takes a Nap, ibid., 11.

Denny, David
   
Holden Caulfield at the Car Wash, 35 (Spring 1985), 34-36.

Denzer, Peter W.
   
The Orchard, 27 (Summer 1977), 30-34.

Deppe, Theodore
   
Vigil, with Sunflowers and Lace, 34 (Summer 1984), 8-12.
   The Gatekeeper, 35 (Spring 1985), 4-5.
   Altenbrücken, 36 (Summer 1986), 14.
   Set Design for the City, 45 (Fall 1994), 18-19.

Depta, Victor M.
   
The Foyer, 43 (Fall 1992), 23.

Derleth, August
   
Night Journey, 11 (Spring 1961), 8.

Derrick, Curtis
   
The Palm Reading, 36 (Summer 1986), 6; Eugene Smith, bluecollar mute, ibid., 6-7; Surrendering Arcady, ibid., 7.

Derricotte, Toi
   
Tiedown, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 31.
   Captivity, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 39.

Des Pres, Terrence
   
Praises and Dispraises: Poetry and Politics: The 20th Century, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 36.

Desai, Jenny
   
The Widow Bride, 49 (Fall 1998), 22; Like Coriander Seed, Like Honey, ibid., 23.

Deter, Dean
   
Driving through West Virginia, 20 (Summer 1970), 33-35.

Deuel, Thorne
   
The Terminal Calling: Iwo jima, 6 (Fall 1955), 5-6.

Deutsch, Babette
   
Poetry in Our Time, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 25-31.
   Heard in Old Age, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost (Chapbook 5), 7 (Summer 1957), 9.
   Voices on Riverside, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 24.

Devine, Nancy
   
You Have the Fingers for It, 41 (Spring 1991), 20; The Shape Changer, ibid., 21-22.

Diamond-Nigh, John
   
Cadavre Exquis, 54 (Fall 2003), 6; Fear, ibid., 7; Descendents, ibid., 8.

Dibble, Brian
   Rev.:
Leonard Cohen, Selected Poems: 1956-1968, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 39; Brother Antoninus, The Residual Years: Poems 1934-1948, ibid., 39; Brother Antoninus, The Rose of Solitude: A Love Poem--Sequence, ibid., 39.
   Introduction, A Western Australian Chapbook (Chapbook 13), 25 (Spring 1975), 1-2.
   Maine, 27 (Summer 1977), 28-29.
   Rev.: John Hulme, Guillaume Chèquespierre and the Oise Salon, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 40.
   Analogues, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 40.

Dickey, James
   
The Vigils, 6 (Fall 1955), 21-23.
   The Flight, 6 (Summer 1956), 16-19.
   To Be Edward Thomas, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost (Chapbook 5), 7 (Summer 1957), 10-15.
   Joel Cahill Dead, 8 (Summer 1958), 18-19.
   The Suspect in Poetry, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 38.
   Buckdancer's Choice, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Spring 1966), 50.
   The Strength of Fields, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 31 (Spring 1981), 37.
   Joel Cahill Dead (originally published in Summer 1958), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 53.

Dickson, L. L.
   
Image #41, 28 (Summer 1978), 1.

Dickson, Ray Clark
   
Coming In, 35 (Summer 1985), 9-10; The Garimpeiro: A Translation, ibid., 10-11.
   The Day They Shot Sakharov, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 6; Uncle Voychek's Vodka, ibid., 7-8.
   Juan Pico and the Acequia Madre, 37 (Fall 1986), 10; Poem for Doc Ernst's Abalone Recipe, ibid., 11; A Night with Borstal Boy, ibid., 12.
   The Political Sawyers, 37 (Summer 1987), 1; It Takes An Old Woman Screaming Vietato Fumare!, ibid., 16; The Decoys, ibid., 17; Harry's Somewhere in the Lost Coast Mizzle, ibid., 18-19; A Taste of Cider, ibid., 29; The Great Blue Heron of the Salt Pond, ibid., 29.
   Where Are the Birds?, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 6; Kids Calling His Name, ibid., 7.
   The Eclipse, 39 (Fall 1988), 32-34.
   Dutch Wife: A Sailor's Odyssey, 40 (Fall 1989), 24; Amerika, ibid., 25-27; The Last Whale, ibid., 28-30.
   The Big Fish of the Mind, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 14-15.
   The Engagement, 49 (Fall 1998), 44; The Concert, ibid., 45.
   The Day They Shot Sakharov (originally published in Winter 1985-1986), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 186; It Takes an Old Woman Screaming Vietato Fumare! (originally published in Summer 1987), ibid., 190.

Dictionary of Literary Biography
   
Dictionary of Literary Biography series (Gale Research), rev. Marion K. Stocking, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 39-40.

Dietz, Maggie
   
Speaking for Andrew, 51 (Summer 2001), 18.

Dietz, Sheila
   
Desert Stargaze, 33 (Winter 1982-1983), 31-36.

Ding, Dennis
   Trans.: with
Fang Dai and Edward Morin, The Red Azalea: Poetry Since the Cultural Revolution, Edward Morin, ed., rev. John Rosenwald and Yanbing Chen, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 37-38.

Divakaruni, Chitra
   
Bengal Night, 38 (Summer 1988), 2-3; The Robbers' Cave, ibid., 3-5; The Reason for Nasturtiums, ibid., 6.
   The Gift, 40 (Spring 1990), 30-31.
   Black Candle, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Spring 1993), 43.
   The Gift (originally published in Spring 1990), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 235.

Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee
   
The Reason for Nasturtiums, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Summer 1992), 45.

Dixon, K. Reynolds
   
Spare the Rod, 50 (Spring 2000), 14; Stargazer, ibid., 15; Token, ibid., 16.

Dixon, Melvin
   
Getting Rocks, An Afro-American Chapbook (Chapbook 15), 29 (Winter 1978-1979), 17; Hungry Travel, ibid., 18-19; Grandmother: Crossing Jordan, ibid., 19-20; Etymology: A Father's Gift, ibid., 20; Chill, ibid., 21.

Dixon, Reynolds
   
Half Life, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 8.

Djanikian, Gregory
   
The Persistence of Zachary, 44 (Fall 1993), 34-35.

Dobberstein, Michael
   
Violet Hour, 49 (Summer 1999), 37.

Dobbins, Heather
   
In the Low Houses, 63 (Summer 2013), 19.

Dobyns, Stephen
   
Black Dog, Red Dog, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 35.

Dodds, Stuart
   
Eliminations, 13 (Summer 1963), 10-12.

Doležal, Joshua
   
Little Damascus, 59 (Fall 2008), 15.

Dombrowski, Chris
   
Table, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 8; A Toast, ibid., 9.

Donnelly, Patrick
   
After a Long Time Away, 50 (Spring 2000), 17; Finding Paule Monette, Losing Him, ibid., 18.

Donnelly, Susan
   
Eve Names the Animals, 32 (Spring 1982), 24-25.
   Thoreau's Cape Cod, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 32-33.

Donovan, Rhoda
   
No Signal for a Crossing, 28 (Spring 1978), 1.

Doob, Leonard
   Ed.:
Ants Will Not Eat Your Fingers, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 17 (Summer 1967), 35.

Dooley, David
   
Flowers, 38 (Fall 1987), 8-9; Stieglitz: A Conversation, ibid., 10; Judith, ibid., 11.

Doreski, William
   
Allegro, 37 (Summer 1987), 12-13; Harlow Farm, ibid., 13-15.

Dorfmeister, Margery
   
Priority, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 1.

Dorman, S.
   
Tall Salt, 11 (Summer 1961), 16-17.
   Hebraica, 13 (Fall 1962), 16.
   The Elm Splits, 16 (Fall 1965), 6; Parts, ibid., 7.

Dorman, Sonya
   
Taking It on Faith, 34 (Fall 1983), 19.
   Island Sunday, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 1.

Dostal, Cyril A.
   
Anti-Memoir, 20 (Fall 1969), 15; kindergarten, 1935, ibid., 16; The Game, ibid., 17-18.
   Of Fungi, Graveyards, and the Triumph of Matter over Intellect, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 20-27.
   My Son Confronts a Former Naval Aviator with Evidence that Eighteen Years Are Not Enough, 21 (Fall 1970), 24-27.
   Peanutbutter Jelly Sandwich Poem, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 36-37.

Doty, Mark
   
To Joan Mitchell, Split This Rock Chapbook (Chapbook 24), 58 (Spring 2008), 52.
   Ed.: with David Lehman, The Best American Poetry 2012, rev. John Rosenwald, 63 (Winter 2012-2013), 41.

Doubiago, Sharon
   
1730, American Indian Chapbook (Chapbook 16), 30 (Winter 1979-1980), 40.

Dougherty, Adelyn
   
Jubilee, 20 (Summer 1970), 16.

Douglas, Ann
   
Without Distinction, 36 (Summer 1986), 19.

Douglas, Keith
   
Collected Poems, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 17 (Summer 1967), 35.

Dove, Rita
   
Thomas and Beulah, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Summer 1987), 36.
   Grace Notes: Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 37.
   Ed.: with David Lehman, The Best American Poetry 2000, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 51 (Spring 2001), 44.

Doyle, James
   
The Bridle Path in Central Park, 1901, 60 (Fall 2009), 17.
   Civil War Photograph, 61 (Winter 2010-2011), 30.

Doyle, James F.
   
Meeting Needs, 23 (Spring 1973), 10-11; Priorities, ibid., 10-11; Looking Backwards, ibid., 10-11.

Doyle, Mike
   
Cabin on Porcupine River, 24 (Winter 1973-1974), 8.

Drake, Leah Bodine
   
Sunset Apocalypse, 8 (Fall 1957), 38.

Drew, George
   
The Drowning of Christopher French, 35 (Fall 1984), 33-35.

Driscoll, Jack
   
January. Hunting Ducks in the Dark, 30 (Fall 1979), 1.

Drummond, Carlos
   
Pathetic Poem, trans. by John Nist, 10 (Fall 1959), 25-26; Secret, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 26; Sadness in Heaven, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 27; The Ox, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 27-28; The Dirty Hand, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 28-30; Search for Poetry, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 30-32; Dawn, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 32-33; Aspiration, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 33.

Drury, John
   
How It Matters, 38 (Fall 1987), 24-25.

Dubie, Norman
   
The City of the Olesha Fruit, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Spring 1979), 37-38.

Dubnov, Eugene
   
Outside Yet Another New Window..., trans. by Eugene Dubnov and Chris Newman, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 29.
   Trans.: with Chris Newman, Outside Yet Another New Window..., by Eugene Dubnov, ibid., 29.

Ducey, Kevin
   
Chisolm Goodnight Loving, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 37.
   Dragonteeth, 61 (Winter 2010-2011), 10.
   Mrs. McCormack's Children, 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 34.

Dudis, Ellen Kirvin (Kirvin, Ellen).
   A Kind of Prothalamion, 19 (Summer 1969), 6.

Duemer, Joseph
   
A Dog in Hanoi, 59 (Summer 2009), 30; Farewell to September, ibid., 31; Exile, ibid., 32.

Dueñas, Jorge Ruiz
   
12, trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry (Chapbook 17), 32 (Summer 1982), 28-31.

Dufault, Peter Kane
   
Aquiline, 6 (Summer 1956), 15.
   Memoir, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost (Chapbook 5), 7 (Summer 1957), 16-17; The Edge, ibid., 17.

Dugan, Alan
   
Poems 2, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 39.

Duke, Ruth Reimer
   
The Return, 10 (Fall 1959), 1-2.

Duncan, Robert
   
Roots and Branches, rev. Robert H. Glauber, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 39.
   Bending the Bow, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 40.

Dungy, Camille T.
   
Concordance, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 60.

Dunham, Rebecca
   
The Tempest, 55 (Spring 2005), 6; Catherine Blake, ibid., 7; Galileo's Daughter, ibid., 8.
   Untranslatable, 61 (Summer 2011), 30; Restoration, ibid., 31.

Dunn, Robert
   
Wire, 18 (Spring 1968), 37.

Dunn, Stephen
   
Learning To Be Strange in a Small Town, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 38-39.
   Upon Appearing in a Poetry Magazine in Which Greg Kuzma and Albert Goldbarth Did Not Also Have Poems, Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 13.
   Landscape at the End of the Century, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Summer 1992), 45.
   Solving the Puzzle, Special 45th Anniversary Issue (Chapbook 22), 45 (Summer 1995), 16.

Dunning, Stephen
   Ed.: with
Edward Lueders and Hugh Smith, Some Haystacks Don't Even Have Any Needles and Other Complete Modern Poems, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 38.
   Hide and Seek, 35 (Summer 1985), 36; Independence Day, ibid., 37.

Duo, Duo
   
When People Rise from Cheese Statement #1, Smoking People, Encountering the New Chinese Poetry (Chapbook 19), 39 (Winter 1988-1989), 4-5; The Production of Language is in the Kitchen, ibid., 6-7.

Dupree, Edison
   
The Sunbather, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 17; Hypothesis, ibid., 17-18.

Durrell, Lawrence
   
A Key to Modern British Poetry, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 25-31.

Durrett, Shawn M.
   
Salt, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 31.

Dusenbery, Robert
   
Trapped, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 9.

Dworkin, Joy
   
Morning at the Neretva River. November 8, 1993., 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 30; Pump. Old Square in Cracow., ibid., 31; In Defense of Parentheses (Thanks to Herrick), ibid., 32.
   Morning at the Neretva River, November 8, 1993 (originally published in Winter 1996-1997), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 334.

Dwyer, Caitlin
   
Chamber Music, 63 (Fall 2012), 16.

Dwyer, Frank
   
According to Luke, 27 (Summer 1977), 1.
   Holiday in Moonache, 30 (Spring 1980), 4-5.

Dye, Jeffrey L.
   
The Dynamic, 52 (Fall 2001), 9.

Dzina, Nancy
   
Why I break/lines & other ontological considerations, 50 (Winter 1999-2000), 22.

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