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Below Stars, 21 (Fall 1970), 6.

Jablonski, Mary Kathryn
   
Praesepe (The Beehive), 57 (Summer 2007), 18.
   Heart Nebula / Running Dog, 59 (Winter 2008-2009), 38.

Jackson, Benjamin
   
Bloodlines, 59 (Summer 2009), 33.

Jackson, Fleda Brown
   
Edward Hopper's Woman, 31 (Spring 1981), 1.
   Rabbits, 36 (Summer 1986), 15.
   Arch, 37 (Spring 1987), 3.
   The Location of Fleda Phillips Brown, 40 (Fall 1989), 19.
   The Farthest-North Southern Town, 41 (Summer 1991), 1.
   Southern Man Like Elvis, 50 (Fall 1999), 20.

Jackson, Mary
   
Shadows, 8 (Fall 1957), 7-8.

Jackson, Richard
   
As Imperceptibly as Grief: Annotations to a Life of Dickinson, A Chapbook of Longer Poems, 24 (Fall 1973), 22-26.
   Fredericks Hospital, 1855, Annotations from a Life of Kierkegaard, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 17-19.
   Crawford Notch: Three Voices, Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 8-12.
   Garretsville, A Trespass Vision: Annotations to a Life of Hart Crane, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 2-5.
   Acts of Mind: Conversations with Contemporary Poets, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Summer 1987), 37.

Jacob, Max
   
Vantardises d'un Marin Breton Ivre (Ballyhoo from a Drunk Breton Sailor), trans. by Carroll Arnett, 4 (Spring 1954), 26-27.

Jacobs, Bruce A.
   
The Black Advertising Copywriter Auditions for Political Drama, 48 (Summer 1998), 6-7; The Black Advertising Copywriter Dresses for the Theater, ibid., 8-9.
   Rush Hour, 50 (Summer 2000), 40; Jeep Cherokee, ibid., 44.
   Turning 50, 55 (Spring 2005), 29; TV, ibid., 30.

Jacobs, Jessica
   The Shelton with Sunspots, 64 (
Summer 2014), 21.

Jacobsen, Josephine
   
The Eyes of Children at the Brink of the Sea's Grasp, 6 (Summer 1956), 5-6.
   Delire des Profondeurs, 8 (Summer 1958), 7-8; Persephone This Morning, ibid., 8; The Stranger and Corrigan, ibid., 9.
   The Leopard-Nurser, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 17.

Jacobsen, Rolf
   
Twenty Poems, trans. by Robert Bly, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Spring 1979), 37.

Jacobson, Joy
   
Bleached, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 14; Not as She Is, ibid., 15.

Jacobstein, Roy
   
What It Was, 50 (Spring 2000), 23.

Jaffa, Herbert C.
   Ed.:
Modern Australian Poetry, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 39.

Jaffe, H.
   
Sumita's Instinct, 23 (Summer 1973), 10; Sumita Washes Her Hair, ibid., 11-12; Sumita Eating, ibid., 11.

Jaio, Diana
   Trans.: with
Bei Dao and Chen Yan Bing, Untitled, by Bei Dao, 49 (Fall 1998), 12-13; with Bei Dao and Chen Yan Bing, Unlock, by Bei Dao, ibid., 14-15; with Bei Dao and Chen Yan Bing, Transfiguration, by Bei Dao, ibid., 16-17; with Bei Dao and Chen Yan Bing, Swivel Chair, by Bei Dao, ibid., 18-19; with Bei Dao and Chen Yan Bing, Quiet and Tremble, by Bei Dao, ibid., 20-21.

Jakimides, Annaliese
   
Reunion at the Vietnam Women's Memorial Dedication, 53 (Winter 2002-2003), 17.

James, Cyan
   
Seed Pods 'longside Flowers, 57 (Fall 2006), 5.

James, Sonja
   
Death of a Mouse, 56 (Summer 2006), 6; The Skull, ibid., 7.

Jandl, Ernst
   
Names, Concrete Poetry, 17 (Fall 1966), 12.

Janzen, Rhoda
   
Strongly Scented Sonnet, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 8; Ormesby Psalter, ibid., 9; Pioneer Girls, ibid., 10; Ghost Train, ibid., 11.

Jarrell, Randall
   
"Levels and Opposites: Structure in Poetry," in Georgia Review, Vol. 50 No. 4, (Winter 1996), rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Spring 1997), 40-41.

Jarret, Emmett
   
Variation on a Theme by Williams, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 16-17.

Jarrett, TJ
   
After Forty Days, Go Marry Again, 61 (Spring 2011), 38.
   Ain't No Grave, rev. John Rosenwald, 64 (Spring 2014), 44.

Jarzombek, Anthony P.
   
UPI Telephoto, 21 (Summer 1971), 2.

Jastrun, Tomasz
   
Guardian Angel, trans. by Daniel Bourne, 39 (Spring 1989), 30; The Last Days of My Guardian Angel, trans. by Daniel Bourne, ibid., 31.

Jauss, David
   Ed.: with
Philip Dacey, Strong Measures: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry in Traditional Forms, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Spring 1987), 38-39.

Jean, Ted
   
Byrd, 63 (Winter 2012-2013), 40.

Jeffers, Robinson
   
The Beginning and the End, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 13 (Summer 1963), 38.

Jellema, Roderick H.
   
Four-Square Gospel, 12 (Winter 1961-1962), 12.
   Something Tugging the Line, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 24 (Summer 1974), 32.

Jenkins, Brett Elizabeth
   
Phases, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 29.

Jennings, Elizabeth
   
During the Hungarian Uprising, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 33-34; The Quarrel, ibid., 33.
   Springtime for Louise, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's, 40 (Summer 1990), 34-35.

Jennings, Michael
   
Hawk, 41 (Summer 1991), 19.

Jensen, Gwendolyn
   
First Blood, 56 (Summer 2006), 20; Language Includes Me, Unaware, ibid., 21; Epitaph for Liz, ibid., 22.

Jerome, Judson
   
How Hobbes, Reading Some Verses of Cowley, Answers the Voices of Immaterial Substances Which He Cannot Hear, 7 (Fall 1956), 29-33.
   Evil Mountain, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 26.
   Waves, 8 (Fall 1957), 2-4.
   A Sense of Sin, 8 (Summer 1958), 26.
   Neighbors, 9 (Spring 1959), 13-14; Up from the Apes, ibid., 14.
   Horses, 11 (Winter 1960-1961), 39.
   Scene of the Crime, 12 (Winter 1961-1962), 30-36.
   Poet's Market: 1986, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 39.
   Poet's Market: 1992, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Winter 1991-1992), 40.

Jess, Tyehimba
   
leadbelly, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 57 (Fall 2006), 41.

Jessica Jacobs
   
Manhattan Bridge Bikeway, Up, 62 (Summer 2012), 5.

Jin-ock
   
Iron, We Were Told, trans. by Wolhee Choe and Constantine Contogenis, 39 (Summer 1989), 32; With Kae-ju and Mae-wha, Three Poems by Kisang, trans. by Constantine Contogenis and Choe Wolhee, ibid., 32-33.

Jitang, Ding
   "Picking Persimmons," woodcut, Xi'an, China, 2000, 60 (
Spring 2010), cover.

Joaquin, Nick
   
Six P.M., Contemporary Philippine Poetry, 14 (Summer 1964), 31.

Johnson, David
   
Allowance, 30 (Spring 1980), 20-21; Waking, ibid., 21.

Johnson, Don
   
Kona Weather, 32 (Spring 1982), 31-32.

Johnson, Frank
   
Sweetheart I want You to Know, 37 (Spring 1987), 14.
   Maybe Now You Know, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 13.

Johnson, Jenny
   
Aria, 61 (Summer 2011), 20.

Johnson, Jim
   
When the Lynx Came Down From Canada, 34 (Summer 1984), 32-33.

Johnson, Karen
   
Deep Winter, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 34; Death Becomes You, ibid., 35.

Johnson, Kay
   
Now It Seems As If Some Giant Plan, 3 (Spring 1953), 3-4; The Trees Advancing..., ibid., 3; The Horses, ibid., 4.

Johnson, Kent
   With
Craig Paulenich, Beneath a Single Moon: Buddhism in Contemporary American Poetry, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 44 (Fall 1993), 42.

Johnson, Linnea
   
One More David, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 22-23.

Johnson, Luke
   
Corn Snake as Compass, 59 (Summer 2009), 23.
   Camp, 64 (Fall 2013), 8.

Johnson, Nate
   
The Subject of the Blues, An Afro-American Chapbook, 29 (Winter 1978-1979), 10-11.

Johnson, Ronald
   
The Book of the Green Man, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 17 (Summer 1967), 35.
   Valley of the Many-Colored Grasses, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 21 (Fall 1970), 45-46.

Johnson, Roxane Beth
   
Prudence Finch Remembers Her Slave, Clea, 58 (Summer 2008), 20.

Johnson, Stephanie N.
   
Wine Water, 57 (Fall 2006), 7.

Johnson, Susan
   
Of Mist-Nets and Mis-Identities, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 32-33.

Johnson, Thomas
   
Lines of Force, Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 30.

Johnston, Mark
   
Little Mother with Claws, 48 (Summer 1998), 13.

Jonathan, Sister Mary (Mary Jonathan, Sister).
   The Movies, 1934, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 37.

Jones-Pruett, Danielle
   
From Descartes' Treatise on Man, 64 (Fall 2013), 36; Descartes Rebuilds His Daughter, ibid., 37; Simulacrum, ibid., 38.

Jones, Alice
   
The Senescent Ovary, 42 (Spring 1992), 44.
   Home, 43 (Fall 1992), 36; The Feast , ibid., 37.
   The Knot, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Spring 1993), 39-41.

Jones, Francis R.
   .

Jones, Ina
   
Jess Thorpe, 21 (Fall 1970), 2-3; A Memoir, ibid., 4-6.

Jones, James Land
   
Portrait: A Contemporary, 8 (Spring 1958), 5.

Jones, Jeff P.
   
These Buildings, 63 (Winter 2012-2013), 34.

Jones, LeRoi
   
A Contract, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 6-7.

Jones, LeRoi (Amiri Baraka)
   A Contract (originally published in
Fall 1963), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 76.

Jones, Michael
   
Home Cooking, 59 (Summer 2009), 15.
   A Gypsy Sings of the '89 Massacre, 63 (Summer 2013), 5.

Jones, Richard
   Ed.:
Poetry and Politics, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Spring 1985), 41-42.

Jong, Erica (Mann, Erica).
   Fruits and Vegetables, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 67-68.
   Half Lives, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 24 (Summer 1974), 32.

Joost, Faye E.
   
Baring Down, Poets Under Twenty-Five, 52 (Spring 2002), 30.

Jordan, June
   
Poem for Granville Ivanhoe Jordan, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 18-21.

Joris, Pierre
   Ed.: with
Jerome Rothenberg, Poems for the Millenium, The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Volume I, From Fin-de-Sièle to Negritude, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 48 (Fall 1997), 37-38.
   Ed.: with Jerome Rothenberg, Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Vol. II, From Postwar to Millenium, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Fall 1998), 52-53.

Joshi, Umashankar
   
The Washerman, trans. by Umashankar Joshi, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 3-4.
   Trans.: The Washerman, by Umashankar Joshi, ibid., 3-4.

Joudah, Fady
   Trans.:
Cadence Chooses Me, by Mahmoud Darwish, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 20; Sonnet 5, by Mahmoud Darwish, ibid., 22.
   Trans.: Cadence Chooses Me, by Mahmoud Darwish, 55 (Spring 2005), 46.
   In the Calm, 57 (Spring 2007), 22; This Child, ibid., 23.
   Trans.: The Butterfly's Burden, by Mahmoud Darwish, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Fall 2008), 42.
   Earth in the Attic, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 46.
   Trans.: A Picture of the House at Beit Jala, by Ghassan Zaqtan, 59 (Spring 2009), 24; As If He Were She, by Ghassan Zaqtan, ibid., 28.
   Tenor, 61 (Summer 2011), 7.

Joyce, Michael
   
Uppsala Sunday Morning, February, 62 (Summer 2012), 8; [before you leave a place in your dreams it is best], ibid., 9; [we were at home in a very big place and it wasn’t a dream], ibid., 10.

Juanhu, Du
   "King Wen of Zhou Visits the Wise Old Man," painting. Xing Ping, Shaanxi Province, China, 61 (
Summer 2011), cover.

Juarroz, Roberto
   
Ser Nocturno (Nocturnal Being), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry, 32 (Summer 1982), 6-7.

Judge, Tom
   
The Railroad Poem, 23 (Spring 1973), 24.

Judson, John
   
Letter to Tu Fu, 19 (Fall 1968), 26-27.
   Iowa Gothic, 21 (Summer 1971), 9-11.
   North of Athens, 30 (Fall 1979), 24-25.
   Mobile Oil, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 1.
   A Teacher's Story, 35 (Fall 1984), 36-39.

Jueds, Kasey
   
The Bat, 54 (Fall 2003), 5.

Junkins, Donald
   
To a Modern Tess in a Waiting Room, 11 (Summer 1961), 24-25; Elegy for Cressida, ibid., 25-26; The March Snows, ibid., 26-27; Arlington Street Swan Song, ibid., 27-28.
   Fay Winfield, 13 (Fall 1962), 30-32; Pickerel Fishing with a Long Bamboo Pole and a Dead Frog, ibid., 33-34.
   The Shoals Between Red Point and the Sister, Special 45th Anniversary Issue, 45 (Summer 1995), 47.

Jussawalla, Adil
   
The First Day, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 17; Drake, ibid., 18.

Juvenal
   
Satires, trans. by Jerome Mazzaro, rev. Robert H. Glauber, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 38.