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Macari, Anne Marie
   
Mozart's Requiem, 56 (Summer 2006), 18.

MacArthur, Gloria
   
Thumbs and Other Camels, 22 (Spring 1972), 24-27; Twelve Warm Doves, ibid., 27-29.

Macarty, Jami
   
By Virtue of And, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 22.

MacDiarmid, Hugh
   
Collected Poems, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Summer 1962), 39.
   Collected Poems of Hugh MacDiarmid, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 18 (Spring 1968), 38.

MacDonald, Lachlan
   
Monkey Apple Town, 6 (Spring 1956), 14-15.
   Letter, 7 (Winter 1956-1957), 10-12.
   The Small Boy, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 32-33.
   Monkey Apple Town (originally published in Spring 1956), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 34.

Maceira, Karen
   
What I Offer This Valley, 52 (Winter 2001-2002), 25.

Machwe, P.
   Trans.:
Extremely Impoverished, by Nirendra Chakravarty, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 6.
   Trans.: Extremely Impoverished (originally published in Winter 1962-1963), by Nirendra Chakravarty, A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 65.

Mack, Michael
   
Homework #3, 52 (Summer 2002), 33.

MacLeish, Archibald
   
Poetry and Opinion, rev. James R. Thompson, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 31.
   A Man's Work, 2 (Spring 1952), 16.

Macleod, K. J. (Hooke, Kathy).

MacLeod, K. J.
   
Liberty's Token, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 18-19; My Family, Dying, ibid., 20; Red Bartlett's Mid-Life, ibid., 21.

Macleod, Norman
   
Poet Up against Parenthesis, 3 (Fall 1952), 2.
   Selected Poems, mentioned, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 28 (Spring 1978), 36.

Madonick, Paul
   
And Balderdash Died Too, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 31; The Aristocrats, ibid., 32.

Madsen, Sarah
   
Pleas, 53 (Summer 2003), 9.

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

Magavern, Sam
   
The Mule Eats the Alphabet, 52 (Winter 2001-2002), 7.

Magee, Irene
   
Child, Lost at Sea, 19 (Spring 1969), 35-36.

Magee, Wes
   
Sheep, Buried, 30 (Summer 1980), 1.
   Littoral, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 16.

Magner, Gene
   
Two Poems for Melancholy, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 6.
   Return, 3 (Fall 1952), 23.

Mahan, Donald Lenox
   
Moments, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 19-20.

Mahler, Carol
   
When Shells, 33 (Spring 1983), 33-34.

Mahoney, Donal
   
In Break Formation, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 17.

Maj, Bronislaw
   
Poems from The Air We Share between Us, trans. by Daniel Bourne, 38 (Summer 1988), 22-27.

Majid, Abdullah
   Trans.: with
Oliver Rice, Embers, by Samad Said, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 35-36; with Oliver Rice, I Do Not Care, by S. N. Masuri, ibid., 36.

Major, John S.
   Ed.: with
Clifton Fadiman and Katherine Washburn, World Poetry: An Anthology of Verse from Antiquity to Our Time, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Fall 1998), 53.

Maki, Heather
   
Scotch in a Bottle of Fruit Juice on a Plane, 58 (Fall 2007), 14; A Story About Things, ibid., 15.

Makuck, Peter
   
Back Roads by Night, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 31-32; Meat, ibid., 32-33.

Malanga, Gerard
   
Vision 1938 Paris, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 24; Another Poem, ibid., 25.

Malé, Belkis Cuza
   
En lo Alto (On High), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry, 32 (Summer 1982), 18-19.

Mali, Taylor
   
I Could Be a Poet, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 20-21.
   I Could Be a Poet (originally published in Winter 1994-1995), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 294.

Malin, Stephen
   
Suzuki Warm-Ups, 51 (Spring 2001), 16.
   Wordfill, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 41.
   Absent Absence, 61 (Summer 2011), 27.
   Hunt Club, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 16.

Malone, Erin
   
Lament for Seven Minus Some, 57 (Spring 2007), 6; The Winter He Is One, ibid., 7; Boy in Red Shorts, ibid., 8; Directions, ibid., 9.
   Story, 58 (Summer 2008), 9; Suspect, ibid., 10; Praise the Present Tense, ibid., 12.

Malone, Jacquelyn
   
Playbill for the Gray One, 60 (Spring 2010), 36.

Maloney, Joseph J.
   
Yesterdays Street, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 36-37.

Mancuso, Leni
   
10° West of Greenwich, 43 (Summer 1993), 31.
   The Trees, The Trees, brush and ink drawing, 1996, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), cover.

Mandelbaum, Allen
   
The Ayre of If, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 26-27; The Phantom Chant, ibid., 27-30.
   Chelmaxions: The Maxims/Axioms/Maxioms of Chelm, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Spring 1979), 39.

Mandelshtam, Osip
   
Star, trans. by Tony Brinkley and Raina Kostova, 59 (Spring 2009), 12; But conscience chooses..., trans. by Tony Brinkley and Raina Kostova, ibid., 14.

Mann (Jong), Erica
   Tapestry, with Unicorns (originally published in
Winter 1968-1969), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 103.

Mann, Erica (Jong, Erica).
   The Saturday Market, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 20-22; The Landlady, ibid., 22-23; The 8:29 to Frankfurt, ibid., 24-25; Letter from a Flood, ibid., 26-27; The Catch, ibid., 27; Orpheus on the Poetry Circuit, ibid., 28; Tapestry, with Unicorns, ibid., 29-30; At the Museum of Natural History, ibid., 31-32.

Manning, Maurice
   
Lawrence Booth's Book of Visions, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Fall 2002), 43.

Mao, Sally Wen
   Mad Honey Soliloquies, 64 (
Fall 2013), 26; Immigration, ibid., 28.

Marchant, Fred
   Etymos, 64 (
Fall 2013), 20; Passage Tomb, ibid., 21; A Day Later, ibid., 22; Ivory Bull Dancer, ibid., 23; Quang Tri Elegies, ibid., 24.

Marcus, Joy
   
A Hungry Vision of Madness, 17 (Summer 1967), 17.

Marcus, Morton
   
To Jana, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 16-17.

Margolis, William
   
Innocent Details of a Mirage, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 24-25.

Margolis, William J.
   
A Parable, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 13-16.

Marina
   
'Man Muss Immer Umkehren', 19 (Summer 1969), 12.

Maritain, Raissa
   
Chagall, trans. by Charles Guenther, 8 (Summer 1958), 20-23.

Marshal, Christine
   
Apostrophe to What's Still Here, 58 (Summer 2008), 37.

Marshall, J. W.
   
Not Sleeping There, 49 (Fall 1998), 7; Sadness Therapy, ibid., 8-9.

Marshall, Nate
   
Chicago high school love letters, 64 (Spring 2014), 24.

Martin, Christine
   With
Michael J. Bugeja, Poet's Market 1993, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Spring 1993), 48.
   Ed.: Poet's Market 1997, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Spring 1997), 48.

Martin, Gillian
   
Rookwood, 47 (Summer 1997), 6; Equinox, ibid., 7.
   Preparing San Lapo, 48 (Fall 1997), 36.

Martin, Hal
   
The Diesel Mechanic's Woman, 52 (Winter 2001-2002), 36.

Martin, Herbert Woodward
   
A Dreamless Winter, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 1.
   Beware, 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 11.

Martin, Joan M.
   
song for Noel Pointer, An Afro-American Chapbook, 29 (Winter 1978-1979), 33-34; memories and rainy nights, ibid., 33.

Martin, Portia
   
A Prayer to the Holy Spirit, 1 (Spring 1951), 16.

Martinet, Vida
   
Poem, 3 (Fall 1952), 3.

Martino, Kristina
   
Cnidian Venus as Hypochondriac, 56 (Summer 2006), 28; Catalogue of Life Drawing Unlimited, ibid., 29.

Maruyama, Kaoru
   
Estuary, trans. by Robert Epp, The Poetry of Kaoru Maruyama, translated by Robert Epp, 22 (Summer 1972), 4; The Anchor, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 4; Song of the Sail, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 5; Song of the Lamp, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 5; Song of the Seagull, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 6; The Pain of Parting, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 6; The Crane (I), trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 6; The Lamp and the Albatross, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 7; The Fountain, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 7; The Wind, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 8; Fortress, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 8; Debris, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 9; Daybreak, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 9; Night, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 9; Voices, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 10; All Day Long, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 10; Waves and Foam, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 10; Shadows, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 11; Wings, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 11; Sundown, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 11; Barsong, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 12; Spring, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 12; Summer, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 12; Mountain Pass, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 13; Sorrow, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 13; Home, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 14; Funeral of the Crane, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 14; The Spirit of Water, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 15; The Raven, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 15; Bald Mountain, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 16; Father, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 16; The Lion, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 16; By Train, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 17; Pigeons, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 17; Training Barque, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 17; New Year Season, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 18; Daylong Dreams, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 18; Afternoon, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 18; Sunset, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 19; Bird in Spring, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 19; Cherry Blossoms, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 20; Making a Living, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 20; Standing in the Field, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 21; The Crane (II), trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 21; College from Afar, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 22; Our Dog, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 22; An Old Poetry Collection, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 23; Watching the Horizon, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 24; Sea Wind, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 25; The Rhinoceros and the Lion, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 25; Autumn Impression, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 26; Horse before Dawn, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 26; The Drifting Penguin, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 27; To the Future, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 28; The Helm, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 29; The Sea's Eyes, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 29; Land Breeze, Sea Breeze, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 30-31; Sailors' Feet, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 30; Winter Dreams, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 32; White Pictures, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 33; Writing Themes, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 34-35; Mountain Village, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 34; Deepening Snow, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 35; Beyond the Distant Past, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 36; Early Spring, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 37; The Joys of Snow, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 37; Spring in the North, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 38; A Climate, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 38; The Heart of the Flower, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 39; Age, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 39; Unspoken Love, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 40-41; Like a Lamp, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 40; Accordions and Trains, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 41; A Young Sailor, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 42-43; The Coral Sea, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 42; Sailing through Autumn, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 43; News from the Cape, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 44; Autumn Dreams, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 45; Near Chichi-jima, trans. by Robert Epp, ibid., 46.
   The Sea's Eyes (originally published in Summer 1972), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 113.

Mary Jonathan, Sister (Jonathan, Sister Mary).

Mason, Herbert
   
Mill Hollow, 8 (Fall 1957), 5.

Masson, J. Moussaieff
   With
W. S. Merwin, The Peacock's Egg, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 37.

Masuri, S. N.
   
I Do Not Care, trans. by Abdullah Majid and Oliver Rice, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 36.

Mathes, William
   
The Beard, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 35.

Mathews, Harry
   
Liesel in Her Garden, 9 (Summer 1959), 39.

Mattawa, Khaled
   
After 42 Years, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012, 62 (Spring 2012), 34; Now That We Have Tasted Hope, ibid., 37.

Matthews, Christopher
   
Fetching, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 16.

Matthews, William
   
"Holding the Fort" (published inadvertently as "Hope of Sleep," by Larry S. Chengges), 23 (Fall 1972), 1.
   A Life of Crime, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 31.

Mauch, James
   
Office Hours:, 18 (Spring 1968), 6-8.

Maura, Sister
   
City Intersection, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 18; Observation Only, ibid., 19.

Maurer, Bonnie
   
'never take candy from strangers', 29 (Fall 1978), 45.

Maxwell, Glyn
   
True That I Lie, 39 (Spring 1989), 3; Prospectors on Cherry Mountain, ibid., 4-5.
   True that I Lie (originally published in Spring 1989), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 209.

Maxwell, Susan
   
Milkweed, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 23.

May, Derwent
   Trans.:
Ballad of the Men of Limestone Soil, by W. S. Rendra, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 19-20.

May, Doug
   
Octaroon, 41 (Summer 1991), 30-31; Circumcision, ibid., 32-33.

May, James Boyer
   
5th Demos Sanction & Reward, 2 (Summer 1952), 25-26.
   Introduction: An American View, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 1-3.
   Post-Mortem Freedom Song, 8 (Spring 1958), 2-3; The Abstract, Briefly Defended, ibid., 3-4.

May, Wong
   
Cross-Examination, 21 (Spring 1971), 17.
   Wild Strawberries, 25 (Fall 1974), 42; Owl, ibid., 43.

Mayberry, Kathleen
   
First Lesson, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 7.

Mayer, Parm
   
Little Bell, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 3-4.

Mayes, R.
   
Old Adolescent, 9 (Spring 1959), 18-19; Getting Old, ibid., 18.

Mayhall, Jane
   
Pastorale, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 2; Song at Delphi, ibid., 3.

Mayhew, Lenore
   Trans.:
Autumn Cricket, by Basho and His Friends, 27 (Fall 1976), 9-12.

Mayo, E. L.
   
Oakleaf Elegy, 6 (Summer 1956), 12.

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

McAfee, Tom
   
The Porch of My Grandparents, 9 (Spring 1959), 19.

McAllaster, Elva
   
The Ugliest, 18 (Fall 1967), 2.

McBeth, Varley
   
Change, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 11.
   Again, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 14; Intersection and Crossing (for Joyce), ibid., 15.

McBride-Ahébée, Octavia
   
Against Myself, 46 (Summer 1996), 5.

McBride, Mekeel
   
Red Letter Days, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 39 (Spring 1989), 37.

McCabe, Marilyn
   
Raw Psalm, 57 (Spring 2007), 11.

McCaffrey, Phillip
   
Apprehension, 27 (Summer 1977), 29.

McCarthy, Gerald
   
Flag Burning, 41 (Fall 1990), 17.

McCauley, Barbara (Hughes, Barbara).

McClane, Kenneth A.
   
Now the Wind, 23 (Summer 1973), 1.

McClatchey, J. D.
   Ed.:
Edna St. Vincent Millay: Selected Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Summer 2003), 41; Robert Frost, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 44; American Wits, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 44; Richard Wilber, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 44.

McClatchey, J.D.
   Ed.:
Horace: The Odes, by Horace, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 55.

McClure, Keith
   
Fireflies, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 26.

McCluskey, Sally
   
The Curious Cognizant Fish, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 2.

McCombs, Judith
   
The Break: Metaphor and Commentary, 20 (Spring 1970), 29-30; Aesthetic Distance, ibid., 30-31; Games Mammals Play, ibid., 31-32; Three Gambits in Search of a Game, ibid., 32-33.
   Horse and Rider, 21 (Spring 1971), 35.
   Mirror Song for the Unsatisfied, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 3.

McConeghey, Nelljean
   
Joe Makes a Mistake and the Fat Woman Meets Molly Bloom, 27 (Summer 1977), 18; The Bat, ibid., 19.

McConnell, Marty
   
when your grandmother mistakes your girlfriend for a man, 61 (Summer 2011), 24.

McCord, Howard
   
Maps, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 69.

McCorkle, James
   
Evidences, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 81.

McCrorie, Edward
   
Coming Down Monadnoc, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 60-62.
   Dragon Flying, 23 (Winter 1972-1973), 5-8.
   Needle Man, 24 (Spring 1974), 33-40.
   Odysseus and His Sirens, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 41-46.
   After a Cremation, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 37.
   Under Story, 30 (Summer 1980), 36-38.
   Poem Chain, 33 (Spring 1983), 34.

McCullough, Laura
   Witness, 64 (
Summer 2014), 12.

McCullough, Lisa J.
   
January in Woodstock, Maryland: Coming Home, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 29-30; The Winter Kite, ibid., 30-31.

McDonald, Walter
   
Rig-Sitting, 34 (Fall 1983), 31.
   Spending the Night Near Matador, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 5-6.
   Prairie Dog Fork of the Brazos, 36 (Spring 1986), 19.

McEwen, Rolf
   
Your Fly's Open, 20 (Spring 1970), 15.

McGowan, James
   
Work Is Good for You, 24 (Winter 1973-1974), 38-39.

McGrath, Campbell
   
Spring Comes to Chicago, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 48 (Spring 1998), 28-29.

McGrath, Leslie
   
Of Providence: A Racial History, 57 (Spring 2007), 26.

McGrath, Thomas
   
Totems (VI), A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 32-33.
   Totems (VI) (originally published in Fall 1975), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 130.

McHugh, Heather
   
Broken English: Petry and Partiality, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 45 (Fall 1994), 44-45; Hinge & Sign, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 44-48.
   Eyeshot, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 80.
   Trans.: with Nikolai Popov, Glottal Stop: 101 Poems by Paul Celan, by Paul Celan, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 56 (Fall 2005), 44.
   Ed.: The Best American Poetry 2007, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 42.

McKernan, John
   
The Napkin, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 66.
   The Napkin (originally published in Fall-Winter 1971-1972), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 112.

McKibbens, Rachel
   
Across the Street from the Whitmore Home for Girls, 1949, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012, 62 (Spring 2012), 29.

McLagan, Elizabeth
   
The Running, 52 (Summer 2002), 9.

McLaughlin, William
   
The Travel Agency Assumes No Responsibility for Losses, 21 (Summer 1971), 4-6.

McLaurin, Ken
   
Taboos, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 42; Storm Pit, ibid., 43.

McLean, Albert, Jr.
   
Petty Murder, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 28.

McLean, Wm. Scott
   Ed.:
The Real Work: Interviews & Talks 1964-1979, by Gary Snyder, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 34 (Fall 1983), 36-37.

McMaster, Julian
   
Flowers (in a Vase in Elba), 6 (Summer 1956), 8.

McNair, Wesley
   
The Town of No, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 40.

McNee, John, Jr.
   Illustrator: Gypsy Ballads of Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by Langston Hughes, 2 (
Fall 1951).
   Illustrator: A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957).

McPherson, James L.
   
What It Would, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 6-8.

McPherson, James Patrick
   
Body Bag, 49 (Fall 1998), 43.

McPherson, Karen
   What It Takes, 64 (
Spring 2014), 26.

McQuilkin, Rennie
   
Lester, 33 (Fall 1982), 13.
   The Darkening, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 4-5.
   Cecropia, 36 (Summer 1986), 11-12; Burial, ibid., 12-13.
   Balancing, 37 (Spring 1987), 22-23.
   Vision, 41 (Fall 1990), 19.
   Killing Time, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 73.

McRae, Jeff
   
Picking Stone, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 23.

McRoberts, Robert
   
Poem for My Students, 18 (Spring 1968), 35-36.

McVeigh, Jane
   
Mermaids, 41 (Fall 1990), 1.

McWhirter, George
   
Reina Del Mar III, 25 (Fall 1974), 18; At Home, ibid., 19-26.

Mead, Jane
   
Problem Performed by Shadows, 44 (Fall 1993), 22-23; In the Parklng Lot at the Junior College on the Eve of a Presidential Election, ibid., 24-26.
   The Lord and the General Din of the World, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Fall 1996), 46-48.
   In the Parking Lot at the Junior College on the Eve of a Presidential Election (originally published in Fall 1993), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 287.

Meadows, Donna
   
From Time, 31 (Summer 1981), 19.

Meek, Anna George
   
Self-Possession, 61 (Winter 2010-2011), 14.

Meek, Jay
   
Hippolyte Géricault, 23 (Winter 1972-1973), 12-13; Letter to Hawthorne, ibid., 14-17.
   The Resurrectionist, 24 (Spring 1974), 15-16; Francis Parkman Imagines the Revolution (1869), ibid., 17-23.
   Ed.: with F. D. Reeve, After the Storm: Poems on the Persian Gulf War, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Fall 1992), 45-47.
   Instrumentation, 46 (Fall 1995), 41; Lines, ibid., 42.

Mehta, Leeya
   
The Abduction, 64 (Spring 2014), 16.

Meindl, R. J.
   
Albert's Song, 54 (Winter 2003-2004), 38.

Meiners, R. K.
   
Cat as Light of the World, 27 (Summer 1977), 39.

Meireles, Cecilia
   
Portrait, trans. by John Nist, 10 (Fall 1959), 19-20; Introduction, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 19; Motive, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 20; The Roosters Will Crow, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 21-22; Guitar, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 21; Pastoral, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 22-23; The Archangel, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 23-24; Museum, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 23; The Gates of Midnight, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 24-25.

Meissner, Bill
   
On the Island, 21 (Spring 1971), 24-25; Decision, ibid., 24; Deep Within the Trees, ibid., 25.

Mellichamp, Leslie
   
The Sign, 3 (Fall 1952), 8.

Meredith, Robert
   
And There Will Be No Moaning of the Bar Association, 7 (Fall 1956), 15-16; Still: Life, ibid., 15; Derivative Dirge, ibid., 17.
   Re-Make of the Ten Commandments, 7 (Spring 1957), 8-9.
   Ritual, 8 (Summer 1958), 2; Haypress, ibid., 3-4.
   Rebirth, 9 (Summer 1959), 35-38.

Meredith, William
   
The Wreck of the Thresher, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 38.

Merrill, James
   
Water Street, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 13 (Summer 1963), 38-39.

Mersmann, James
   
Lighting the Lamp, 45 (Fall 1994), 38-39; Watching My Mother's Breath, ibid., 40-41.

Merwin, W. S.
   
The Next, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 4-6.
   The Moving Target, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 39.
   Trans.: Voices, by Antonio Porchia, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 38.
   The Shuttles, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 34.
   The Compass Flower, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 40.
   Finding the Islands, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 37-38; With J. Moussaieff Masson, The Peacock's Egg, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 37; Opening the Hand, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 38-39; Unframed Originals, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 38.
   Selected Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 39 (Fall 1988), 38-39.
   The Rain in the Trees, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 39 (Spring 1989), 32-34; Regions of Memory: Uncollected Prose 1949-1982, Ed Folsom and Cary Nelson, eds., rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 32-34.
   The Lost Upland: Stories of Southwest France, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Fall 1992), 47.
   Travels, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Summer 1993), 42-45.
   The Vixen, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 46 (Spring 1996), 35-37.
   Lament for the Makers: A Memorial Anthology, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Summer 1997), 45-47.
   The Folding Cliffs: A Narrative, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Winter 1998-1999), 44-47.
   East Window, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 50 (Fall 1999), 47; The River Sound, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 47-48.
   The Next (originally published in Fall 1963), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 74; The Shuttles (originally published in Fall 1975), ibid., 131.

Merwin, W.S.
   
The Pupil, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Fall 2002), 49.
   Trans.: Purgatorio, by Dante, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 55.
   New and Selected Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 56 (Summer 2006), 35; Present Company, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 46.

Messenger, Carrie
   Trans.:
Secondary Character, by Ioana Ieoronim, 58 (Summer 2008), 42; Peace, by Ioana Ieoronim, ibid., 44.

Messerli, Douglas
   Ed.:
'Language' Poetries: An Anthology, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Spring 1987), 39-40; "Language" Poetries: An Anthology, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 39.

Methvin, Susan Herport
   
Magdalen Rag I, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 10; Magdalen Rag II, ibid., 11.

Metres, Philip
   
An Index (from Along the Shrapnel Edge of Maps), 63 (Fall 2012), 39.

Metres, Phillip
   
from A Concordance of Leaves, 63 (Spring 2013), 17.

Metz, Jerry
   
It Bothered Him, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 37.

Meudt, Edna
   
Agenda for Autumn, 18 (Fall 1967), 10-11.

Meudt, Edna K.
   
To Journey Alone, 8 (Spring 1958), 16-18.

Meyers, Susan Laughter
   
Dear Missing Piece,, 60 (Fall 2009), 11.

Mezey, Robert
   Ed.: with
Stephen Berg, Naked Poetry, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 37.

Michalak, David M.
   
Sour Grapes, 33 (Spring 1983), 14-16.
   Sour Grapes (originally published in Spring 1983), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 169.

Michals, Nils
   
The Ambulance Came & We Know How That Goes, 53 (Winter 2002-2003), 20.

Michelangelo
   
Complete Poems and Selected Letters of Michelangelo, trans. by Creighton Gilbert, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 38-39.

Michelson, Noah
   
In the Mood, 56 (Spring 2006), 10; Kingdom Come, ibid., 11.

Mikkalo, Erika
   
Olfactory Utility, 54 (Spring 2004), 31.

Milbury-Steen, John (Millstone, John).

Miles, Josephine
   
Heldenleben, 3 (Summer 1953), 20; Pet, ibid., 20; Aggressor, ibid., 21.
   Paint, 5 (Spring 1955), 11.
   Universe, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 34.
   Trans.: with Vidya Niwas Misra, Since I Left the Ocean, by Navin, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 7; with Vidya Niwas Misra, The Family, by Visvanath, ibid., 8.
   Delay, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 35; Rest, ibid., 36.

Miles, Richard
   
The Second Time, 61 (Spring 2011), 28.

Miles, Ron
   
It, 17 (Summer 1967), 26-27.

Millager, A.
   
artist statement: fragility of falsehood, 61 (Spring 2011), 5.

Millea, Michael Shea
   
Temple, 23 (Spring 1973), 33-34; Written in Retreat (Madison, Thaw, '72), ibid., 34; To a Suicide, ibid., 35.

Miller, A. McA.
   
In & Under: His Fanfare for Elopement, 27 (Fall 1976), 13-14; Out & Over: Her Coda on Divorce, ibid., 14-15; Over and Under: Her Elegy as Daughter, ibid., 16-18.
   Reading the X-Rays, April, 28 (Spring 1978), 20-21.
   Words for John Ruskin, 30 (Spring 1980), 26-28.
   Shell Mounds, 33 (Spring 1983), 29-32.
   Foreclosed, It's, 36 (Summer 1986), 20-21.
   Transcript, 43 (Fall 1992), 38-39; Accordion Post-Card, for Sharon, ibid., 40-41.

Miller, E. Ethelbert
   
Three Poems, Split This Rock Chapbook, 58 (Spring 2008), 32; Rosa Parks Dreams, ibid., 34.

Miller, Jason
   
Avenue 'A', 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 36.

Miller, John N.
   
The Gallery, 11 (Spring 1961), 38-39.

Miller, K. Raeburn
   
For Fear to Be a King, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 18-21.

Miller, Kevin
   
The Silence After March, 57 (Summer 2007), 6.

Miller, Leslie
   
Cinderella, 27 (Spring 1977), 1.

Miller, May
   
Blazing Accusation, An Afro-American Chapbook, 29 (Winter 1978-1979), 14-15; Love on the Cape, ibid., 15-16; Nuptial Calendar, ibid., 16.

Miller, R. Hollis
   
Union #1, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 14-15.

Miller, Vassar
   
A Prayer for Prayer, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 8.
   Made Flesh, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 14.
   Wage War on Silence, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Fall 1961), 39.

Milligan, Estelle
   
Whig Rose, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 1.

Millis, Ralph
   
Simon Downs, 21 (Spring 1971), 34-35.

Mills, George
   
The House Sails Out of Sight of Home, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Winter 1991-1992), 37.

Mills, Ralph J., Jr.
   
Already, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 37.

Millstone, John (Milbury-Steen, John).
   The Education of Hawa, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 8-9; The Turtle, ibid., 10.
   Harley, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 29-31.

Milton, Joyce
   
The Overseas Exchange... Pacific Bell System, 27 (Summer 1977), 26.

Minton, Helena
   
After Curfew, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 41.
   Persephone, 29 (Fall 1978), 10-11; Pilgrimage to Lourdes, 1958, ibid., 11-13.
   Balm, 31 (Spring 1981), 29; Maps, ibid., 30-31; The Hunt, ibid., 31; On the Tundra: Ursus, ibid., 32.
   Taboo, 34 (Fall 1983), 2-3.
   From the Same Cloth, 34 (Spring 1984), 34-35.
   The Canal Bed, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Spring 1985), 42.
   The People Who Come to Save Me, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 4-5; The Wall, ibid., 5.
   What Saltpeter Meant, 39 (Summer 1989), 6-7; The Topaz, ibid., 8-9.

Minton, Moana
   
The clock, Poets Under Twenty-Five, 52 (Spring 2002), 14; The long nap, ibid., 15.

Mintz, Ruth Finer
   
For the Bride, 8 (Summer 1958), 30-31.
   Death of a Neighbor, 12 (Fall 1961), 25.

Miraflor, Erlinda Ortiz
   
Mantilla '63, Contemporary Philippine Poetry, 14 (Summer 1964), 11.

Mirenberg, Anita
   
Ochre, 32 (Fall 1981), 10-12.

Mirriam-Goldberg, Caryn
   
Lullabye, 42 (Fall 1991), 34; In What Do You Put Your Faith, ibid., 35.

Mishler, Richard M.
   
Ceremony, 31 (Summer 1981), 34-35.

Misra, Vidya Niwas
   Trans.: with
Josephine Miles, Since I Left the Ocean, by Navin, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 7; with Josephine Miles, The Family, by Visvanath, ibid., 8.
   Ed.: Modern Hindi Poetry, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Summer 1966), 38.

Mississippi Review
   
Mississippi Review (Vol. 19, No. 3), rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Winter 1991-1992), 38.

Mitchel, Robert
   
The Dream, 63 (Fall 2012), 29.

Mitchel, Roger
   
Half/Mask, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Spring 2009), 42.

Mitchell, Roger
   
Letters from Siberia, 20 (Fall 1969), 4-14.
   "Loon" in Ohio Review No. 43, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 40.
   AdiRonDak, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 40.

Mitchell, Stephen
   Trans.:
The Book of Job, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 38-39.
   Trans.: Gilgamesh: A New English Version, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 47.

Mitra, Premendra
   
The Soul of Birds, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 19.

Mizer, Ray
   
Summer Concert, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 27.
   D.A.R.ling, 11 (Winter 1960-1961), 10.

Mnookin, Wendy M.
   
Country Music Blues, 41 (Summer 1991), 11.

Mock, Jeff
   
The Body of Losses and Lives, 41 (Spring 1991), 23-27.
   Where the World Begins, 42 (Summer 1992), 34.
   Self-Portrait as Miss America, 48 (Summer 1998), 38-39.

Moe, Keith
   
Thinking We Get Away, 30 (Spring 1980), 5-6.
   Visiting with Pete, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 35-36.

Moffitt, John
   
Staying Just There, 12 (Fall 1961), 4.

Mojtabai, Grace
   
Iran, 11 (Summer 1961), 22; I First Saw the World, ibid., 23; An Onion, ibid., 23.

Molina, Felipe
   With
Larry Evers, Yaqui Deer Songs/Maso Bwikam: A Native American Poetry, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Summer 1987), 39.

Molinary, Mary
   
from "Eve's Epistle to Lilith", 53 (Spring 2003), 19; Ashes of burned manuscripts adrift in the wind, so, ibid., 21.
   The very idea of 2 legs, 54 (Summer 2004), 24.
   Small parts slowly, 56 (Fall 2005), 5; Faced with 8:38, ibid., 6; On us too, ibid., 7; 8:38 is pumice, ibid., 8; 8:38 is straw, ibid., 9; 8:38 can’t help, ibid., 10; Thus does 8:38, ibid., 11.
   Buoyancy, 57 (Spring 2007), 18; Here is the woodcut. Simple palette of dull blue rain, a metonymy of branches., ibid., 19; The Object of Study in a Time of War, ibid., 20; Watery Shapes, ibid., 21.
   poems composed for by the left hand, 60 (Winter 2009-2010), 9.
   If we were birds once, 60th Anniversary Chapbook, 60 (Summer 2010), 7; Birds with seeds (posessions), ibid., 8; Little known bird of the ribcage, ibid., 10; Burial of the new law / bird singing in moonlight, ibid., 12.

Molini, Sally
   
Darryl says, 59 (Fall 2008), 28.

Momaday, N. Scott
   
The Gourd Dancer, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 39.
   Angle of Geese and Other Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 38.

Mondedeu, David
   "Stella in Guimarães," photograph,2008, 63 (
Winter 2012-2013), cover.

Monson, Ander
   
Slow Dance with Icarus, 53 (Fall 2002), 8.
   For Orts, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 22.

Montag, Tom
   Ed.: with
D. Clinton and C. W. Truesdale, An American Anthology: a Geopoetics Landmark, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Summer 1985), 39.

montás, mar
   
dove sta amore (to lawrence, unsent), 54 (Summer 2004), 23.

Montemayor, Carlos
   
Encuentro (Encounter), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry, 32 (Summer 1982), 32-33.

Montgomery, Marion
   
The First Year, 5 (Spring 1955), 22-24.
   Application, 8 (Summer 1958), 25-26.

Moolten, David
   
The White Vase, 46 (Fall 1995), 32-33.
   Korczak, 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 17.

Moon, Samuel
   
Soliloquy, 1958, 8 (Summer 1958), 1.
   An Offending Crow, 9 (Summer 1959), 34.

Mooney, Stephen
   
The Garden, 12 (Winter 1961-1962), 2-3; The Guide's Speech, ibid., 3-4; On My Way to the Circus, ibid., 4-5.
   News from the South, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Summer 1966), 39.
   Apocalypse, 21 (Fall 1970), 33.

Moore, Barbara
   
Farewell to the Body, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 41 (Summer 1991), 38.
   I Would Like To, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 26-27; What We Want, ibid., 28-30.

Moore, D.O.
   
Hypotensive, Or, The Day I Became a Bird and Back, 57 (Fall 2006), 20; Unearned, Still Offered, ibid., 21.

Moore, Doris
   
Narrative, 21 (Spring 1971), 15.

Moore, Jacqueline
   
Picasso's Snake Lady Sings the Blues, 40 (Spring 1990), 20-21.

Moore, Marianne
   Trans.:
The Fables of La Fontaine, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 23-28.
   A Marianne Moore Reader, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Spring 1962), 39.
   Tell Me, Tell Me, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 17 (Summer 1967), 34.
   The Complete Poems of Marianne Moore, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 18 (Spring 1968), 38.

Moore, Merrill
   
I Like Organized Constructiveness, 2 (Spring 1952), 28.

Moore, Rosalie
   
Reunion for Walt Whitman, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration, 5 (Fall 1954), 4.
   The Uncomfortable Tic, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 35.

Moore, T. Inglis
   Ed.: with
Douglas Stewart, Poetry in Australia, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 38.

Moore, Tom
   
Melakwa Huckleberries, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 18-19.
   Three Births, 27 (Spring 1977), 30-32.

Moorse, George H.
   
Our Ben, 5 (Spring 1955), 25; Our Goodman, ibid., 25.

Moran, Moore
   
Les Derniers Jours d'Eloise, 5 (Spring 1955), 1.

Moran, Patrick
   
Neanderthought, 61 (Spring 2011), 6; Bildungsromangst, ibid., 7.

Moray, S. E. (Laurila, S. E.).

Moreland, Jane
   
Into the Night, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 30.

Moreno, Virginia
   
Lament of a Cathay Handmaiden in Marco Polo's Tent Pavilion, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 56-57.

Morgan, Edwin
   
The computer's first birthday card, Concrete Poetry, 17 (Fall 1966), 28.
   Trans.: isle, by Edgard Braga, ibid., 29; ballad, by Edgard Braga, ibid., 30; white swallow, by Edgard Braga, ibid., 31; one fly, by Edgard Braga, ibid., 32; living deadman living, by Edgard Braga, ibid., 33.
   The Computer's First Birthday Card (originally published in Fall 1966), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 99.

Morgan, Robert
   
Red Owl, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 39.

Morgenstern, Christian
   
Die unmögliche Tatsache, trans. by Lisa Grove, 62 (Summer 2012), 18; Diary of a Young Morgue and Shoe, trans. by Lisa Grove, ibid., 19; Das Knie, trans. by Lisa Grove, ibid., 20; Hymn of Knees, trans. by Lisa Grove, ibid., 21.

Mori, Kyoko
   
The Bee Sting, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 16-17.

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

Moritz, A. F.
   
The Ruined Cottage, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 26-27.

Moritz, Rachel
   
Boat People/Photograph/Hong Cong, 1976, 53 (Winter 2002-2003), 6; Self Portrait (or how the woman didn't miss the furniture), ibid., 7.

Morland, Harold
   Trans.: with
Mildred Boyer, Dreamtigers, by Jorge Luis Borges, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Spring 1966), 51.

Morley, Hilda
   
Cave Painting, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 25.

Morris, Christopher
   Miscegenation, 64 (
Fall 2013), 32.

Morris, Harry
   
The Transfixion, 9 (Summer 1959), 17-18.
   Madame, Withouten Many Wordes, 10 (Summer 1960), 21.

Morris, Herbert
   
Place, 2 (Winter 1951-1952), 25.
   See, But Not We, 3 (Fall 1952), 19.
   Dusks, 3 (Spring 1953), 20-22.

Morris, John N.
   
Motion: A Print, 8 (Summer 1958), 19.

Morrison, Theodore
   
The Dream of Alcestis, rev. David Ignatow, 1 (Spring 1951), 27-28.

Morse, Jonathan
   
Poem in August, 14 (Spring 1964), 24.

Morse, Samuel French
   
Place and Time, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 36-37.

Morton, Grace
   
Twisting the Dragon's Tail, 32 (Spring 1982), 20-21.

Moscaliuc, Mihaela
   
Ode to First Lies, 59 (Fall 2008), 14.

Mosel, James N.
   Trans.: with
Burton Raffel, Till Heart's End, by Chayasi Sunthonphiphit, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 60; with Burton Raffel, The Cold Winds, by Khukrit Pramot, ibid., 61; with Burton Raffel, The White Lotus, by H. R. H. Prince Phanuphan Yukhon, ibid., 61.

Moses, W. R.
   
On the Difficulty of Map-Reading, 12 (Fall 1961), 1.
   Of Cabbages and Kings, 12 (Summer 1962), 7.
   The Owl Ball, 13 (Spring 1963), 15.

Moss, Howard
   
The Toy Fair, rev. Lou B. (Bink) Noll, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 28-31.

Mu, Yang
   
Smoke from Kitchen Chimneys in My Hometown, trans. by Gordon Osing and Li Xijian, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 16-17.

Mueller, L. W.
   
How to Publish Your Own Book, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 48.

Muir, Edwin
   
The Estate of Poetry, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Summer 1962), 39.

Muldoon, Paul
   Ed.:
The Best American Poetry 2005, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 42.

Mullen, Harryette
   
Recyclopedia, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 57 (Summer 2007), 42.

Muller, Erik
   
Three Winter Vegetables, 23 (Spring 1973), 4-7.

Mullins, Bernard
   
The Brasen Head and Wyrd, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 18-28.

Mulvey, Bern
   
Character Readings, 60 (Spring 2010), 40.

Munde, Christopher
   
Entomology of Exhaustion, 61 (Spring 2011), 19; What Was Gentle Has Turned Careful, ibid., 20.

Muñoz, Charles
   
The Politician, 3 (Summer 1953), 28.
   Lockerbie, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 9-11; Osiris in Arizona, ibid., 12-13.
   The Bull and the Angel, 46 (Fall 1995), 6-8; The Innocents, ibid., 9-10.
   The Words We Use, 47 (Fall 1996), 21; The Gift, ibid., 22-23; Pepples, ibid., 24; News from the Family Bible, ibid., 25; At the Grave of Allen Tate, ibid., 26-27; Fragment of a Myth, ibid., 28-30.
   A Beacon for the Darkness, 47 (Summer 1997), 25; Little Jack Homer, Grown Old, Prays for One More Plum, ibid., 26.
   Ten Million Monkeys, Ten Million Typewriters, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 39.
   The Politician (originally published in Summer 1953), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 16; Lockerbie (originally published in Winter 1994-1995), ibid., 292; The Bull and the Angel (originally published in Fall 1995), ibid., 311; The Innocents (originally published in Fall 1995), ibid., 313.

Munro, Peter
   
Exodus, 44 (Summer 1994), 36-38.
   Piano Suite, 47 (Fall 1996), 37-41.
   Fishing Right, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 33.
   A Fisheries Scientist Sights A Large School of Myth Swimming In Shallow Water In Southeast Alaska, 49 (Winter 1998-1999), 16-27.
   A Fisheries Scientist Sights a Large School of Myth Swimming in Shallow Water in Southeast Alaska (originally published in Winter 1998-1999), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 374.
   Animal Kingdom, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 24.
   Lullaby in Storm Light, 59 (Summer 2009), 9; Bleeding Cod, ibid., 10; Ritual on Deck Before an Approaching Low, ibid., 12; Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis), ibid., 13.

Murabito, Stephen
   
The Lost Digits of My Ancestors, 37 (Spring 1987), 7-13.

Murdaugh, Mark
   
The Death of Archimedes, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 28-29.

Murphy, Dan
   
A Sleepy Song, 61 (Spring 2011), 23.

Murphy, George
   Ed.:
The Poet's Choice: 100 American Poets' Favorite Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 37.

Murphy, James
   
The Clammer, 32 (Spring 1982), 16-17.

Murphy, Miguel
   
The Vulnerable Datura Vampire Blossom, 60 (Fall 2009), 33.

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

Murphy, Peter E.
   
Shaping Up, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 22-28.
   The Stubborn Child, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 1.
   The Formality, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 12-13.

Murray, Joan
   
Queen of the Mist: The Forgotten Heroine of Niagra, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 50 (Fall 1999), 46.

Murray, Keith S.
   
Gravities, 41 (Summer 1991), 37.

Murray, Peter J.
   
Trial, 20 (Summer 1970), 36-38.

Murray, Philip
   
The Ramp, 2 (Winter 1951-1952), 7.
   A Palimpsest for William Carlos Williams, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 22-23.

Mus, David
   
Nightingale, after Keats, Discoveries, 18 (Summer 1968), 50-52.

Myers, Danika
   
Riparian Strip, Willamette River and Belden Creek, 56 (Spring 2006), 16.

Myers, Jack
   Ed.: with
Roger Weingarten, New American Poets of the 80's, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Spring 1987), 34-37.
   Ed.: with Roger Weingarten, New American Poets of the 90's, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Fall 1992), 43-45.

Myers, Steve
   
On "Africa Time", 63 (Summer 2013), 39.

Myrsaides, Kostas
   Trans.: with
Kimon Friar, The Five, by Yannis Ritsos, 30 (Summer 1980), 39.