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Sachs, Nelly
   
Landschaft aus Schreien (Landscape of Screams), trans. by Herman Salinger, 7 (Winter 1956-1957), 26-29.
   O the Chimneys, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 18 (Spring 1968), 39.
   Landschaft aus Schreien (originally published in Winter 1956-1957), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 38.

Sackler, Howard O.
   
Strophe, 3 (Fall 1952), 5-6.

Sacks, Gerald E.
   
Ophelia and the Jester, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 30-31.
   Archaic Words Descend, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 34.

Sacks, Jeffrey
   Trans.:
Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone?, by Mahmoud Darwish, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Fall 2008), 45.

Sada, Daniel
   
Celemania, trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry, 32 (Summer 1982), 34-37.

Sadler, Frank Orin
   
The Final Obsession of Julio McGruder, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 9-11.

Said, Samad
   
Embers, trans. by Abdullah Majid and Oliver Rice, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 35-36.

Sajé, Natasha
   
Thanksgiving, 52 (Summer 2002), 6; Reading the Menu, ibid., 7; I See, ibid., 8.
   F, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 29.

Sakellariou, Becky Dennison
   
Math Is Beautiful and So Are You, 53 (Fall 2002), 19.

Salam, Nurdin
   Trans.: with
Burton Raffel, My Love's on a Far-Away Island, by Chairil Anwar, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 21-22; with Burton Raffel, A Room, by Chairil Anwar, ibid., 22-23.
   Trans.: with Burton Raffel, Selected Poems, by Chairil Anwar, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 39.

Saleh, Dennis
   
Frankenstein's Journal, Discoveries, 18 (Summer 1968), 56-58; The Block Poet, ibid., 59; Like Ducklings, ibid., 60.

Salinger, Herman
   
Recollections of..., 3 (Spring 1953), 24-25.
   Lines Before the Decapitation of the Statue of Liberty, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration, 5 (Fall 1954), 16.
   Traumatic Circus, 5 (Spring 1955), 26-27.
   Trans.: Landschaft aus Schreien (Landscape of Screams), by Nelly Sachs, 7 (Winter 1956-1957), 26-29.
   God Is Not an Analyst, 9 (Spring 1959), 27.

Salisbury, Ralph
   Trans.: with
Harald Gaski and Nordström, Trekways of the Wind, by Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 45 (Spring 1995), 47.

Saltzberg, Joan
   
Socials, 14 (Spring 1964), 7.

Salyer, Matt
   Silly Old Bear, 64 (
Summer 2014), 17; The Boy in the British Museum, ibid., 18.

Sama, Balakrishna
   
Last Night of an Old Woman, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 37-40; Wine, ibid., 40-45; The Song, ibid., 46.
   The Song (originally published in Winter 1962-1963), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 67.

Samg-hwa, Yi
   
Does Spring Come to Stolen Fields?, trans. by Peter H. Lee, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 31-32.

San Juan, E., Jr.
   
Declaration of the Witness, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 10-11; Declaration of the Judge, ibid., 11-12; Declaration of the Executioner, ibid., 12-13; Declaration of the Assassins, ibid., 13-14.
   Testament of Lovers on an Antique Manuscript, Contemporary Philippine Poetry, 14 (Summer 1964), 24-25; Portrait of a Lady, ibid., 24; Dialogue in the Dark, ibid., 25-26; The Stature of the Native Man, ibid., 26.

Sanchez, Carol Lee
   
The Old Ones, American Indian Chapbook, 30 (Winter 1979-1980), 46-48.

Sanchez, Sonia
   
Six Haikus and Two Tankas, An Afro-American Chapbook, 29 (Winter 1978-1979), 34-35.
   Peace, Split This Rock Chapbook, 58 (Spring 2008), 44; A Letter to Ezekiel Mphahlele, ibid., 48.

Sandburg, Carl
   
Complete Poems, rev. Chad Walsh, 1 (Spring 1951), 30.
   New Hampshire Again, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 41-42.
   Honey and Sa1t, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 13 (Summer 1963), 38.

Sands, Aimée
   
The Mortgaging of Self Is Done, 56 (Summer 2006), 17.

Santos, Sherod
   The Green Screen Settings, 65 (
Winter 2014-2015), 19.

Sappho
   
If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho, trans. by Anne Carson, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 49.

Sargent, Samuel M.
   
Bunk Fatigue, U.S.A., 5 (Spring 1955), 8-9; Rotation, ibid., 9-10.

Sarot, Ellin
   
Your Face My Face, Discoveries, 18 (Summer 1968), 61; Midnight, ibid., 62.

Sarracino, Carmine
   
The Courage of Sargeant Miller, 52 (Summer 2002), 34; The Cowardice of Corporal Hughes, ibid., 35.

Sarris, Nikos
   Trans.: with
Jeffrey Carson, The Collected Poems of Odysseus Elytis, by Odysseus Elytis, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 50.

Sarton, May
   Ed.: 1 (
Fall 1950).
   Ed.: Foreword, ibid., 3-5.
   The Stone Resists, ibid., 31.
   To the Angel, 1 (Summer 1951), 5-6.
   The Private Face Is Screaming, 2 (Spring 1952), 4.
   Death of a Psychiatrist, 15 (Fall 1964), 4-5; Ballad of the Traveller, ibid., 5-8; At Lindos, ibid., 8-9.
   The Action of Therapy, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 7-12.
   Ed.: 31 (Fall 1980).
   Preface, ibid., 1.
   December Moon, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's, 40 (Summer 1990), 46.
   The Stone Resists (originally published in Fall 1950), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 6.

Sasanov, Catherine
   
Becoming America, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 28.

Satterthwaite, J. B.
   
Tugging, 40 (Spring 1990), 17.

Saum, Karen
   
That Sun Who's Mine, 31 (Fall 1980), 10.

Saunders, Virginia
   
The Milk House Study, 17 (Summer 1967), 9-11.

Saunders, William
   
Not Now, 6 (Fall 1955), 2; One Day to Another, ibid., 2.

Saunier, Hayden
   
Gone, 60 (Fall 2009), 10.
   Wooden Bowl of Spangled Fruit, 62 (Summer 2012), 29.

Savage, Catharine
   
Tamiami Trail, 18 (Spring 1968), 28-30.

Savageau, Cheryl
   
Home Country, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Spring 1993), 43.

Savarese, Ralph D.
   
By Story's End. A Poem for Three Readers, 42 (Summer 1992), 24-28.

Savich, Zach
   
Judging Children, 55 (Spring 2005), 32.

Savoie, Terry
   
from Poems with Titles from Paintings by Paul Klee: 'Dan You Monster to my Soft Song', 32 (Spring 1982), 15.

Savvas, Minas
   Trans.:
Women, by Yannis Ritsos, 23 (Summer 1973), 9.

Sawatzky, Sharon Blessum
   
Anger and I, 31 (Fall 1980), 33-34.

Sayers, Dorothy
   Trans.:
Hell, by Dante Alighieri, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 23-28.

Sayres, William
   
Form 1040-L (Love Revenue), 24 (Spring 1974), 1.
   In the Best of Hands, 25 (Fall 1974), 10-11.

Scalapino, Leslie
   
The Front Matter, Dead Souls, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 46 (Spring 1996), 42-43.

Scates, Maxine
   
Island, 31 (Spring 1981), 26-27.

Scattergood, Amy
   
Sakhalin, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 24-25.

Schacht, Marshall
   
Letter to a Student Post, 2 (Spring 1952), 19.

Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg
   
The Tablecloth, 23 (Spring 1973), 1-2.
   The Tablecloth (originally published in Spring 1973), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 118.

Schaffner, M. A.
   
Oh Dorothy, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 7.

Schechter, Ruth Lisa
   
Waiting to Go, 16 (Summer 1966), 37.

Scheele, Christof
   
Outside Budapest, 51 (Spring 2001), 27; Outside Nyíregyháza, Hungary, ibid., 28.

Schenk, Leslie
   
Set Off by Two Words in a Novel, 29 (Spring 1979), 24-25.

Schevill, James
   
The Scientist Surveys the Protozoa, 6 (Spring 1956), 1.
   The Cigar History, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 17-18.

Schleef, Caroline
   Trans.:
The Poacher, by Dan Andersson, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 18-19.

Schnackenberg, Gjertrud
   
Letter from Brooklyn, 24 (Summer 1974), 2-3; For Joshua, ibid., 3-4.
   So Speaks the Dust to the Spice, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 12-13; Last Words, ibid., 13; Advent Vigil, ibid., 14.
   Letter from Brooklyn (originally published in Summer 1974), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 121.
   The Throne of Labdacus, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 52 (Fall 2001), 50.

Schneider, Steven
   
Lao Tzu's Sister's Dream, 28 (Summer 1978), 34-36.

Schofield, Don
   
Fosterling, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 9-14.
   Harmony, USA, 60 (Winter 2009-2010), 32.

Schor, Sandra
   
Small Consolation, 29 (Summer 1979), 35-37.

Schorb, E. M.
   
Sharp: Poet of Parris Island, 45 (Fall 1994), 30-33.

Schramm, Irene
   
The Songs for Abe Kosow, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 30-36.

Schreiber, Ron
   
Spring, 17 (Summer 1967), 15.

Schroeder, Steven D.
   
All the Better to Eat You With, My Dear, 59 (Fall 2008), 10; If It Bleeds, It Leads, ibid., 11.

Schub, Phyllis
   
Song, 7 (Spring 1957), 3.

Schubert, David
   
Initial A, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Spring 1962), 38.

Schulman, Grace
   
Double Vision, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 51; Waking a Soul in a Tree Near West House, ibid., 52.

Schutzer, Amy
   
When I Sleep, It Still, 61 (Fall 2010), 28.

Schwaber, Paul
   Ed.: with
Edwin A. Glikes, Of Poetry and Power, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 38.

Schwartz, G. David
   
An Oracle of the Shaman as Reported by Toma the Stutterer, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 40.

Schwartz, Hillel
   
Douc Langur, 34 (Fall 1983), 16-17.
   Stock, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 22-23.
   Dressage, 37 (Summer 1987), 5.
   Buz Loves Donna Forever, All in Caps, Outside Trenton, 38 (Summer 1988), 8-10; Birth Certificate, Tiberias, '48, ibid., 11-13.
   Cloud Hands, 41 (Fall 1990), 31; Grandfather Up a Tree, ibid., 32-33.
   First Word, 42 (Summer 1992), 32-33.
   Ground Zero, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 26-27.
   Mount St. Peter, Maastricht, 45 (Fall 1994), 22-23; Rancho Coastal Humane Society Thrift Shop Sutra, ibid., 24-25.
   Dorothy, All Grown Up, Returns to Oz, 46 (Fall 1995), 11-15.
   Exactitude, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 6-7.
   Markings of Law, 50 (Winter 1999-2000), 13.
   BUZ LOVES DONNA FOREVER, All in Caps, outside Trenton (originally published in Summer 1988), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 191; Exactitude (originally published in Winter 1997-1998), ibid., 345.
   Amidah, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 24.
   First International Conference of Hermits, Oxford, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 20; Whatever, ibid., 22.

Schwartz, Selwyn S.
   
Ritual, 6 (Fall 1955), 18.

Schwebell, Gertrude C.
   Trans.:
Lied Im Schutt (Soldier's Return), by Hans Leip, 11 (Fall 1960), 6-11; Als Sie Den Dichter Begraben Haben (Burial of a Poet), by Marie Luise Kaschnitz, ibid., 10-13; Die Ebene (The Plain), by Hans Arp, ibid., 12-15.

Schwed, Maggie
   
Pollen Season, 63 (Summer 2013), 18.

Schwerner, Armand
   
Still Life of the Man of Value, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 42-43.
   The Task, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 52.

Scobie, W. D. L.
   
Plaint Falsetto, 3 (Fall 1952), 28-29.

Scott, Gail R.
   Ed.:
The Collected Poems of Marsden Hartley 1904-1943, by Marsden Hartley, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 37-38.

Scott, Herbert
   
The Viewer, 16 (Fall 1965), 15-16; The Children's Room, ibid., 16-17; For a Nun Dead in Africa, ibid., 17-18; The School Children, ibid., 19.
   House Hunting, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 29-31; Notes for a Daughter at One and a Half, ibid., 31-33.
   A Portrait of the Runner, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 8-9; Picture Puzzle, ibid., 8; The Lovers, ibid., 10-11; The Friend, ibid., 11.

Scott, Peter Dale
   
Coming to Jakarta: A Poem About Terror, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Spring 1993), 36-39; Listening to the Candle: A Poem on Impulse, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 36-39.

Scott, Winfield Townley
   
The Mother, 2 (Spring 1952), 8.
   Phelps Putnam, 3 (Summer 1953), 13-14.
   Introduction: After a Certain Age One Wants To Be Wary, Three Self-Evaluations, 4 (Fall 1953), 25-27; Memento (B.T.S. 1885-1952), ibid., 28-32; Shoetown, ibid., 32-34; The Ivory Bed, ibid., 34; A Sonnet, ibid., 35-36; Coleridge, ibid., 35; The Fish Sonata, ibid., 36.
   An Old Boy's Will, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 43.

Scranton, Roy
   
If I Could Move My Hands, 63 (Winter 2012-2013), 15.

Se, Lan
   
City in Ruins, Smoking People, Encountering the New Chinese Poetry, 39 (Winter 1988-1989), 34-35; The Chinese: Back View, ibid., 36-37; Christmas, ibid., 38-39.

Seager, Allan
   
The Glass House: The Life of Theodore Roethke, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 39.

Sears, Peter H.
   
American Hero, 20 (Fall 1969), 37-39.

Sebenthall, R. E.
   
Explorer, 11 (Spring 1961), 7-8.
   Consummation, 12 (Fall 1961), 16.
   The Baddies, 12 (Summer 1962), 18-19.
   Crows, 13 (Spring 1963), 19.

Second, Louis
   
The Phoenix, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 20.

Secrist, Margaret
   
Monologue of a Shelterite, 13 (Fall 1962), 37-38.
   The Lost Ones, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 37.
   While Posing for Van Eyck's Marriage Portrait, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 12-13.
   Unbelievable Earth, 29 (Fall 1978), 47.

Seeger, Allan (Roethke, Theodore).

Seferis, George
   
Number 12, trans. by Edmund Keeley, 7 (Spring 1957), 11-12; Number 9, trans. by Edmund Keeley, ibid., 11; Number 22, trans. by Edmund Keeley, ibid., 12-13.

Seibles, Tim
   
At 59, 65 (Winter 2014-2015), 20.

Seid, Christopher
   
Death of Cezanne, 41 (Fall 1990), 6-7.
   Hero, 42 (Fall 1991), 1.

Seidman, Hugh
   
The Bats, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 53-54; The Front, ibid., 54-55.

Sellers, Bettie M.
   
The Morning of the Red-Tailed Hawk, 29 (Spring 1979), 35.
   A Routine Surgical Procedure, 31 (Spring 1981), 34; Letter Written in Darkness, ibid., 35.

Selph, Carl
   
Blessings on All This Green Unpleasance, 3 (Summer 1953), 16-17.

Seltzer, Michael
   
Hard Water, 42 (Summer 1992), 30-31.

Senghor, Léopold Sédar
   
Selected Poems, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 38.

Senior, Charles
   
The Ice Has Spoken, 3 (Fall 1952), 30.

Sereni, Vittorio
   
To a Childhood Chum, trans. by Sonia Raiziss, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 11-12.

Seshadri, Pattabi
   
Desert Grass, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 32.

Seth, Vikram
   
All You Who Sleep Tonight, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 40.

Sexton, Anne
   
Didn't Know, 8 (Summer 1958), 17.
   Live or Die, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 17 (Summer 1967), 34.
   The Awful Rowing Toward God, rev. L. Elizabeth. Beattie, Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 37.
   Didn't Know (originally published in Summer 1958), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 52.

Seyburn, Patty
   
Mourning, 48 (Summer 1998), 27.

Shaffer, Eric Paul
   
The Famous Poet's Wife, 56 (Summer 2006), 27.

Shahn, Abby
   right panel, "A Field of Blackbirds," egg tempera and mixed media on paper, 1999. For more of the artist's work, visit
www.abbyshahn.com, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), cover.
   "The Two Headed Woman," egg tempera on paper, 1999. Collection of Colby College. For more of the artist's work, visit www.abbyshahn.com, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), cover.

Shange, Ntozake
   
We Are Just Kinda That Way, An Afro-American Chapbook, 29 (Winter 1978-1979), 22-25.
   We Are Just Kinda That Way (originally published in Winter 1978-1979), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 143.

Shapiro, David
   
Lament, 12 (Fall 1961), 5-6; The Welcoming, ibid., 5; All the Ferocious Green, ibid., 6.

Shapiro, Harvey
   
Child Dancing, 1 (Summer 1951), 25.
   Song for Orpheus, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration, 5 (Fall 1954), 20.
   The Eye, rev. Lou B. (Bink) Noll, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 28-31.
   Once Again, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 40.
   On My Portrait by Rose Graubart, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 56; Selected Bibliography, ibid., 57.
   Ed.: Poets of World War II, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Summer 2003), 41.

Shapiro, Karl
   With
Robert Beum, A Prosody Handbook, rev. Robert H. Glauber, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 39.

Shapiro, Norman
   Trans.:
Fifty Fables of La Fontaine, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Fall 1989), 38.

Sharkey, Lee
   
all my pretty ones, 38 (Fall 1987), 17.
   First Moments, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 40.
   To a Vanished World, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 48.
   photograph, "Gable, Forbidden City," 2002, 53 (Fall 2002), cover.
   photograph, Hangzhou, China, 2002, "Monk, Lingyin Si", 53 (Spring 2003), cover; photograph, Hangzhou, China, 2002, "Silk Market", ibid., cover.
   photograph, "Writing on Water", 2003, 54 (Fall 2003), cover.
   With John Rosenwald, Editors' Note, 54 (Winter 2003-2004), 4.
   photograph "Vigil," 2005, 56 (Fall 2005), cover.
   "Net of Webworms," photograph, 2005, 57 (Fall 2006), cover.
   from Eyes Wide Open series, digital photograph, Chicago, 2007, Split This Rock Chapbook, 58 (Spring 2008), cover; With John Rosenwald, Editors' Note, ibid., 6.
   With John Rosenwald, Editors' Note: BPJ Poet's Forum, 58 (Summer 2008), 48.
   Rev.: A Human I, 59 (Summer 2009), 40; Adrienne Rich, A Human Eye: Essays on Art in Society, 1997-2008, ibid., 40; Adrienne Rich, Telephone Ringing in the Labyrinth: Poems 2004-2006, ibid., 42.
   With John Rosenwald, Editors' Note: Marion Kingston Stocking, 60 (Fall 2009), 47.
   With John Rosenwald, Celebrating Our Sixieth, 60th Anniversary Chapbook, 60 (Summer 2010), 5.
   photographer, 61 (Fall 2010), cover.
   Rev.: Karen an-hwei Lee, Ardor, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Genre Bending, The Logic of Yoo, 62 (Fall 2011), 39; Ali Kazim, Bright Felon, ibid., 39; Ali Kazim, Fasting for Ramadan, ibid., 41; Brian Teare, Pleasure, ibid., 43; Brian Teare, The Room Where I Was Born, ibid., 43; Brian Teare, Sight Map, ibid., 46.
   With John Rosenwald, Editors' Note: Occupy America, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012, 62 (Spring 2012), 5.
   Rev.: Writing White, 63 (Fall 2012), 40; Martha Collins, White Papers, ibid., 40; Jake Adam York, A Murmuration of Starlings, ibid., 43; Jake Adam York, Persons Unknown, ibid., 43; Kevin Coval, L-vis Lives!: Racemusic Poems, ibid., 46.
   With John Rosenwald, A Short Note on the Long Poem, 63 (Spring 2013), 4.
   Rev.: Poems in Conversation, 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 43; Hadara Bar-Nadav, The Frame Called Ruin, ibid., 43; Hadara Bar-Nadav, Lullaby (with Exit Sign), ibid., 44; David Ferry, Bewilderment, ibid., 46.
   "Raven Elegy," photograph, 2013, 64 (Spring 2014), cover.

Sharma, Balakrishna (Navin).

Shattuck, Roger
   Ed.: with
William Arrowsmith, The Craft and Context of Translation, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 38.

Shaw, Anne
   
Thoreau Dying, 60 (Fall 2009), 36.

Shears, Judith
   
Letting the Poem Go, 31 (Spring 1981), 12; Protective Coloration, ibid., 13-14.

Shectman, Robin
   
Sarah at Bedtime, 36 (Spring 1986), 39.
   Mattie Translates the Seaside Flowers of Chile, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 24; Mattie at the Opera, ibid., 25.

Sheehan, Thomas F.
   
It Is a Mouth, This Dawn, 32 (Spring 1982), 2-3.

Sheffer, Susannah
   
Agreeing to It, 41 (Summer 1991), 20; Fresh Fig, ibid., 21.

Shelton, Richard
   
Don't Get Confused, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 18-19; The Lovely San Diego Lady, ibid., 18.

Sheridan, David
   
Pheromones, 47 (Spring 1997), 38-39.

Sherman, Joseph
   
Confectionary Store, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 33-35; An End to an End, ibid., 35-36.

Sherrard, Philip
   Trans.: with
Edmund Keeley, Six Poets of Modern Greece, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Winter 1961-1962), 38.

Sherwin, Judith Johnson
   
The Prospector's Complaint: Happy Jack's Rock, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 34-35.
   Sorry, Sweetheart, Here's, 22 (Spring 1972), 1.

Sherwin, R. E.
   
Holding Down the Edge of Light, 21 (Fall 1970), 22-23.

Shetterly, Robert
   Illustrator:
Fourteen poems from Speaking Fire at StonesWilliam Carpenter, 42 (Spring 1992), 9-36.
   monoprint, 1995, 48 (Spring 1998), cover.
   Ink drawings on handmade paper, (front) "disguise," 1997; (back) "purveyor of masks," 1996., 49 (Winter 1998-1999), cover.
   "Unexpected Kiss" (ink drawing, 1999), 50 (Spring 2000), cover.
   etching, "Kingfishers", 52 (Summer 2002), cover.
   "Jalisco old man with ribs showing" pencil drawing of figurine in the Hudson Museum, University of Maine, Orono, 53 (Winter 2002-2003), cover; "Jalisco standing female figure found San Marcos, Jalisco, c. 600 AD" pencil drawing of figurine in the Hudson Museum, University of Maine, Orono, ibid., back cover.
   Emma Goldman", acrylic on board, one of a series of portraits of "Americans who tell the truth." Each portrait is inscribed with a quotation from the subject. Emma Goldman's is "The greatest bulwark of capitalism is militarism., 53 (Summer 2003), cover.
   "Peeking," pen and ink drawing, 55 (Spring 2005), cover.
   "Rescuing the Tree" drypoint etching, 1991., 60 (Fall 2009), cover; Sketch of Acoma pot collected by Marion Kingston Stocking between 1951 and 1954., ibid., 1; Sketch of a portrait of Marion Kingston Stocking., ibid., 2; Hum, ibid., 30; Domestication, ibid., 31; Torture, ibid., 32.
   Langston Hughes," acrylic on panel, 2005, from the series "Americans Who Tell the Truth, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012, 62 (Spring 2012), cover.

Shetterly, Susan Hand
   
First Born, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 8.
   For Aran, 29 (Fall 1978), 4.
   The Lobsterman's Death, 31 (Spring 1981), 33.
   Pastoral, 33 (Summer 1983), 37-38.
   The Owl, 43 (Summer 1993), 39-41.
   The Lobsterman's Death (originally published in Spring 1981), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 167.

Shevin, David
   
The Call, 29 (Summer 1979), 14-15.

Shiffert, Edith
   
The Cockerels, 11 (Winter 1960-1961), 18-19.

Shinar, Yael
   
Ingredients for History, 60 (Fall 2009), 22.

Shinn, Leslie
   
The Radio, 55 (Spring 2005), 26; Séance, ibid., 27.

Shockley, Evie
   
possibilities of poetry, upon her death, 52 (Fall 2001), 5; hartwell dam, ibid., 6.
   notes for the early journey, 54 (Spring 2004), 28.

Shoemaker, Lynn
   
Coming Home, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 24 (Spring 1974), 44.
   Mission to Afghanistan: Four Forgiveness Moments, 55 (Summer 2005), 38.

Sholl, Betsy
   
Spring Fragments, 29 (Spring 1979), 33-34.
   Wisps, 33 (Spring 1983), 25.
   Catechism, 37 (Fall 1986), 21.
   Real Faux Pearls, 41 (Spring 1991), 2-3; A Small Patch of Ice, ibid., 4-5; Dawn, ibid., 5-6.
   Pick a Card, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Summer 1992), 48.
   The Red Line, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Summer 1993), 48.
   Babysitting to Thelonious Monk, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 20-21; Different Porches, ibid., 22-23.
   Crows at Dusk, 47 (Fall 1996), 15-16; Sparrows, ibid., 17-19.
   Don't Explain, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 44-46.
   Elegy with Trains, 49 (Summer 1999), 14-15.
   Real Faux Pearls (originally published in Spring 1991), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 253.
   At the Public Market, 52 (Summer 2002), 29.
   In What Furnace, 57 (Summer 2007), 8; Gone, ibid., 10.
   A Song in There, 58 (Summer 2008), 38; Double Portrait, ibid., 40.
   Orison, 64 (Fall 2013), 12.

Shotwell, Mary M.
   "Tahitian Princess," linoleum block print, 1974, 54 (
Summer 2004), cover.

Shu Ting
   This Is also Everything, In Reply to a Young Friend's Everything (originally published in
Winter 1988-1989), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 196.

Shucard, Alan
   
A Strategy, 21 (Summer 1971), 14-15.

Shumway, M.
   
58, 11 (Spring 1961), 15-16; A March Thursday, ibid., 15.

Siders, V. Hodgson
   
Pieta, 29 (Fall 1978), 46.

Siegel, Robert
   
To Amenhotep, Overseer of Pharaoh's Wheat, 14 (Spring 1964), 26.
   The Muskrat, 20 (Summer 1970), 32.
   The Beasts and the Elders, rev. Alan Perlis, 24 (Spring 1974), 44.
   Sow's Ear, 28 (Summer 1978), 37-39.
   Cornstalk Wigwam, 33 (Winter 1982-1983), 22-26.

Silano, Martha
   
Where's Our Dignity?, 52 (Summer 2002), 37; Salvaging Just Might Lead to Salvation, ibid., 39.

Silas, Paul N.
   
Pieces of Night: from Poems from Prison 123, 39 (Spring 1989), 26-27.

Silberman, Alex
   
Father, 17 (Spring 1967), 13-14.
   The Table Is the Day Arranged, 21 (Summer 1971), 1.

Siler, Roger
   
A Myth, Retold, 17 (Winter 1966-1967), 24-25; The Stream, ibid., 25.

Simic, Charles
   
Counting My Bones after Falling from a Tree, 15 (Fall 1964), 17; Extinct Species, ibid., 18-19; Water, ibid., 18.
   The Forest Walk, Special 45th Anniversary Issue, 45 (Summer 1995), 63.
   Water (originally published in Fall 1964), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 85.

Simmons, Glori
   
The Bookbinder--Mary Louise Reynolds, 1891-1950, 49 (Spring 1999), 34-41.
   Body Valise, 49 (Summer 1999), 48.
   Graft, 51 (Summer 2001), 24.
   Graft, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Fall 2002), 43.

Simmons, J. Edgar
   
Talking through Chaucer's Hat, 14 (Spring 1964), 23.

Simon, Beth
   
Dinner and After Dinner, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 8; Fossil Walrus Calculus, ibid., 9.

Simons, Glori
   
Remorse, 60th Anniversary Chapbook, 60 (Summer 2010), 26; Candor, ibid., 27.

Simpson, Louis
   
A Boy in the Marvellous City, 6 (Summer 1956), 20.
   The Driving Instructor, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 58.
   Searching for the Ox, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 28 (Spring 1978), 38.

Singer, Burns
   
The Moth, 6 (Summer 1956), 3.

Singh, Mohan
   
A Village Girl, trans. by Balwant Gargi, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 8-9; Gajjan Singh, trans. by Balwant Gargi, ibid., 10-13; Evening, trans. by Balwant Gargi, ibid., 10.
   A Village Girl (originally published in Winter 1962-1963), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 66.

Sirowitz, Hal
   
Father Fingers, 30 (Spring 1980), 1.

Situmorang, Sitor
   
Waking, trans. by Jean Kennedy and Burton Raffel, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 21.

Sitwell, Edith
   
Taken Care Of, rev. Robert H. Glauber, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 38.

Sivarudrappa, G. S.
   
Krishna, trans. by A. K. Ramanujan, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 14-15.

Sjoberg, Leif
   Trans.: with
May Swenson, Windows and Stones, by Tomas Transtromer, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 23 (Summer 1973), 38.

Skinner, Jeffrey
   
To the Miller's Daughter, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 10-11.

Skinner, Knute
   
Animal Act, 7 (Fall 1956), 19.

Sklorenko, Artelle G.
   
Indecision, 28 (Summer 1978), 9.

Slaiman, Mortimer
   
There Are No Toads in My Garden, 2 (Summer 1952), 3.
   It Was Crowded in the Park, 3 (Spring 1953), 28.
   Musical Chairs and Couches, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 16; An Historical Trespass, ibid., 17.

Slater, Avery
   
Bullet Proof, 59 (Summer 2009), 24.

Slater, Dashka
   
Heirloom, 38 (Summer 1988), 1.

Slaughter, William R.
   
Watering the Grass, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 5.

Slavitt, David R.
   With
Albert Herzing and John M. Ridland, Poets of Today VIII, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Summer 1962), 38-39.
   Trans.: The Metamorphoses of Ovid: Translated Freely into Verse, by Ovid, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 54.

Slesinger, Warren
   
Stone Winter, 14 (Spring 1964), 6-7.

Sloan, Jocelyn
   
New Day, 14 (Spring 1964), 4; Meditation, ibid., 5.

Sloan, Jocelyn Macy
   
Eliza Telefair, 8 (Fall 1957), 1.
   Journey, 8 (Summer 1958), 24.
   Dove Cote, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 24.
   A Woman with Plump White Hands, 11 (Spring 1961), 23-24.

Sloat, Sarah J.
   Inksleep, 65 (
Winter 2014-2015), 8.

Slote, Bernice
   
Color of Jade, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 6; Counterpoint-Three, ibid., 6.

Smelcer, John E.
   
Weir Fisher, 44 (Summer 1994), 34; Ritual, ibid., 35.

Smith, Danez
   
For the Fifth Grade Black Boys of Benjamin E. Mays Elementary School, 65 (Fall 2014), 5; my father gives a lecture on the power of good pussy, ibid., 6.

Smith, Dave
   Ed.: with
David Bottoms, The Morrow Anthology of Younger American Poets, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Spring 1987), 34-37.

Smith, David Marsall
   
Biographed, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 36-37.

Smith, Helen C.
   
In Ostia, 11 (Summer 1961), 2-4.

Smith, Hugh
   Ed.: with
Stephen Dunning and Edward Lueders, Some Haystacks Don't Even Have Any Needles and Other Complete Modern Poems, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 38.

Smith, Jim
   
The Bleeding of Penelope, 21 (Spring 1971), 5-12.

Smith, Lauren
   
A Short History of Marriage, 48 (Spring 1998), 16-17; Birdello, ibid., 18.

Smith, M. J.
   
Wondering , 13 (Fall 1962), 15-16.

Smith, Macklin
   
A Mystery, 41 (Summer 1991), 4; A Snowy Owl with a Norway Rat, ibid., 5-7; Airstrip at Alexai Point, ibid., 7-8.

Smith, Maggie
   
Psalm (1), 53 (Summer 2003), 10; Psalm (2), ibid., 12.

Smith, Marcus
   
Le Ghetto Varsovien, 12 (Fall 1961), 8-9.

Smith, Matthew
   
Elegy with Bradford Pear Trees, 60 (Fall 2009), 34.

Smith, Patricia
   
Big Towns, Big Talk, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 40-42; Close to Death, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 40-42; Always in the Head (cassette), rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 41-42.
   She Sees What It Sees, Split This Rock Chapbook, 58 (Spring 2008), 26; The President Flies Over, ibid., 27.

Smith, Robert L.
   
Don Juan Says Farewell, 1962, 12 (Summer 1962), 5-7.

Smith, Sarah
   
The Letter Open on the Table, 55 (Spring 2005), 28.

Smith, Sister M. Pamela
   
Tongues, 23 (Summer 1973), 7-8.

Smith, Sister M. Pamela, SS.C.M.
   
Nun Trouble, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 20-25.

Smith, Sister Pam
   
Two Women, 23 (Winter 1972-1973), 23-25; The Young Woman Explains Why She Has Become a Nun, ibid., 26-28.
   The Young Woman Explains Why She Has Become a Nun (originally published in Winter 1972-1973), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 116.

Smith, T. Henry
   
Francesca Da Rimini, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 29.

Smith, Tom
   
Lichens, 34 (Fall 1983), 6-15.
   The Last Child, 34 (Summer 1984), 15-18; Buying Condoms, ibid., 18-19.
   Herod Piper, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 19.
   Weathervane and Butterfly, 42 (Winter 1991-1992), 33-34; Submarine, ibid., 34-35.
   Cycling Out, 44 (Fall 1993), 27-28; Promenade, ibid., 29; Bugging, ibid., 30-31; Signs of Life, ibid., 32-33.

Smith, William Jay
   
Celebration at Dark, rev. David Ignatow, 1 (Spring 1951), 31.
   Trans.: Prologue, by Valery Larbaud, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration, 5 (Fall 1954), 23; Images, by Valery Larbaud, ibid., 24-26.
   Clair de Lune, 6 (Summer 1956), 7.
   Robert Frost: The Road Taken, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 44.
   The Players, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's, 40 (Summer 1990), 47-49.

Smith, Young
   
Iridial, 55 (Summer 2005), 8; The Collapse of the Wave Function, ibid., 8; Illuminance, ibid., 9.
   Description of a Pear on a Pewter Dish, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 26; Squamata, ibid., 27; Poem Attempting to Deny the Body, ibid., 28.
   Two Flowers, 58 (Summer 2008), 17.

Smock, Frederick
   
Frontiers, 49 (Fall 1998), 5.

Smyth, Paul
   
The Will to Find, 20 (Summer 1970), 4.
   Sarah Waiting, 21 (Winter 1970-1971), 25-30.
   Burnt Flesh, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 2-6.
   A Frame for the Angels, 28 (Fall 1977), 1-11.

Snediker, Michael
   
Roman Elegy, 56 (Fall 2005), 21; Tar Baby, ibid., 23.

Sneeden, Brian
   
The Road, 63 (Winter 2012-2013), 6.

Snodgrass, Kathleen
   Trans.:
Conclusiones / Conclusions, by Luis Miguel Aguilar, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 62; El cielo y mis libros / Heaven and My Books, by Luis Miguel Aguilar, ibid., 66.

Snodgrass, W.D.
   
To Sound Like Yourself: Essays on Poetry, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 54 (Fall 2003), 44.

Snow, Karen
   
Afterglow, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 20-27; Apples, ibid., 27-34.
   Grit, A Chapbook of Longer Poems, 24 (Fall 1973), 27-33; Low, ibid., 33-43.
   Snow Falls on Flowers, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 29-31.
   Tit for Tat, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 48-51; Messages, ibid., 52-58.
   Willo, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 39.
   Whitey, 28 (Spring 1978), 25-32.
   "Clover" (from "Wonders"), 29 (Fall 1978), 35-40; "Whelping" (from "Wonders"), ibid., 40-43.
   Two Sons, 29 (Summer 1979), 22-29.
   Retirement, 30 (Summer 1980), 16-21.
   Words, 31 (Summer 1981), 2-3.
   Bread, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 25-28.
   Secretary, 35 (Fall 1984), 8-12.
   Outsiders, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Spring 1985), 39-40.
   Fifty-Two, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 10-11.
   The Cat Cemetery, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 18-19.
   My Gracious Silence, 37 (Summer 1987), 22-23.
   Poorhouse, 42 (Fall 1991), 2; Transformations--1934, ibid., 3.
   Hare, 42 (Spring 1992), 6-8.
   Reading, Special 45th Anniversary Issue, 45 (Summer 1995), 64-65.
   Snow Falls on Flowers (originally published in Winter 1974-1975), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 124.

Snow, Wilbert
   
Coast Endymion, 8 (Summer 1958), 14-16.

Snyder, Bob
   
Satori on Summers Street, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 34-35.

Snyder, Emile
   
violence is love, 10 (Summer 1960), 34; illegal, ibid., 35-36; lullabye to no child, ibid., 35; goldfish at home, ibid., 37.

Snyder, Gary
   
A Heifer Clambers Up, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 37.
   Earth House Hold, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 39.
   Regarding Wave, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 68.
   Turtle Island, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 38.
   Myths and Texts, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Summer 1979), 37; The Old Ways, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 37.
   The Real Work: Interviews & Talks 1964-1979, Wm. Scott McLean, ed., rev. Marion K. Stocking, 34 (Fall 1983), 36-37; Axe Handles, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 38-39.
   Left Out in the Rain: New Poems 1947-1985, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Summer 1987), 38.
   No Nature, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Summer 1993), 45-46.
   Tedious, the Affairs of Office, Special 45th Anniversary Issue, 45 (Summer 1995), 66.
   Mountains and Rivers without End, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Spring 1997), 45-48.
   A Heifer Clambers Up (originally published in Fall 1963), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 81.

Sobin, A. G.
   
Concerning Archeology: A Report, A Photograph, A Painting, 23 (Winter 1972-1973), 42-47.

Sobin, Anthony
   
Drunk in a Boat, 36 (Summer 1986), 30; Ode, ibid., 31-32.
   How I Became a San Francisco Poet, 39 (Fall 1988), 35-36.
   Wichita, 45 (Spring 1995), 5.
   The Shakespeare Seminar Terrorists, Special 45th Anniversary Issue, 45 (Summer 1995), 67-68; Tattoo, ibid., 69-70.
   Cutting Ties, 48 (Summer 1998), 37.
   Cutting Ties (originally published in Summer 1998), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 355.

Sobin, Anthony G.
   
The Calculation, Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 20-22; The Museum, the Hands, ibid., 22-25; Survival of the Fittest, ibid., 25-29.
   From Utah: Apocalyptic Letter to my Friends, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 29-31.
   Arthur's Last Movie, 27 (Spring 1977), 15-18.
   Snow Camp, 28 (Summer 1978), 25-26; Thin Air Camp, the La Sal Range, ibid., 26-27.
   Fecund Poem, 30 (Fall 1979), 36.
   The Dream of the Moth, 30 (Summer 1980), 26-27; Fear of the Telephone, ibid., 27-29.

Soderling, Janice
   
Another White Cloud of Moths, 45 (Fall 1994), 36.

Soffici, Ardengo
   
Firenze (Florence), trans. by D. M. Pettinella, 11 (Fall 1960), 16-21; Mattina (Morning), trans. by D. M. Pettinella, ibid., 22-23.

Sologuren, Javier
   
Igual Finalmente a Toda Vida (In the Long Run, Like Any Other Life), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry, 32 (Summer 1982), 36-39.

Solomon, Mark
   
Visitation: Lower Manhattan, 45 (Spring 1995), 30-31.

Solomon, Marvin
   
The Mantis Man, 8 (Spring 1958), 18-19.
   Now, into the Wilds, 11 (Spring 1961), 9-10; To a Significant Clamshell, ibid., 10-11.

Solomon, Onna
   
Autism Suite, 60 (Fall 2009), 12.
   Wild Dogs of Santorini, 60th Anniversary Chapbook, 60 (Summer 2010), 22; I Want to Tell You, ibid., 23.

Solomon, Sherry
   
The Lifesaver, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 17.

Solomon, Stanley
   
Of Stars We Want Affection and Design, 12 (Summer 1962), 20.

Solt, Mary Ellen
   
For William Carlos Williams, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 31-32.

Somers-Willett, Susan B. A.
   
Dedications for the 8th Ward Clinic, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 24-25.

Sommer, Jason
   
Elegy, 47 (Spring 1997), 17-18; Islanded with Children, ibid., 19; The Find, ibid., 20-21.

Sommers, Ephraim Scott
   
This Being a Man, 63 (Fall 2012), 12.

Somoza, Joseph
   
Franklin Discovers the Harmonica, 28 (Summer 1978), 36.

Soniat, Katherine
   
Gens de Couleur Libres: Ladies and Men, 43 (Fall 1992), 14-16.

Sonoun, Amy
   
Wreaths, 65 (Winter 2014-2015), 32.

Sorotskin, Marilee
   
A Poem, Discoveries, 18 (Summer 1968), 63; Imprints, ibid., 64-65; The Passengers, ibid., 66.

Sorrells, Helen
   
Small Talk, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 35.
   Mountain Corral, 19 (Fall 1968), 1.

Sostman, Henry E.
   
The Everlasting Exiles, 2 (Summer 1952), 9-10; Winter Arrangement, ibid., 9; Speech of the Man with Three Eyes, ibid., 11; Third in a Crowd, ibid., 12-13; Die Sterne Funkeln, ibid., 13-14.

Spacks, Barry
   
Song for Two Lovers, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 31; To Her Priestly Lover, ibid., 31; The City Mouse and the Country Mouse, ibid., 32.
   Day Full of Gulls, 16 (Spring 1966), 43; Swans, ibid., 44.
   Teaching the Penguins to Fly, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 38.

Spahr, Juliana
   Ed.: with
Claudia Rankine, American Women Poets in the 21st Century: Where Lyric Meets Language, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Spring 2003), 44.

Sparks, Carolyn
   
Conquests, 1918-1939, rev. A. E. Church, 3 (Summer 1953), 29-31.

Spencer, James
   
Our Lord in Heaven, 16 (Fall 1965), 32; An Artifice or Two, ibid., 33.

Spencer, Molly
   
Demeter [Days I hunted the mend], 64 (Fall 2013), 6; Persephone [I no longer know], ibid., 7.

Spera, Gabriel
   
Romas, 61 (Spring 2011), 18.

Spiers, Ann
   
Skin, 49 (Spring 1999), 20-21; Sandhill Cranes, ibid., 22.

Spiess, Robert
   
Ten Verses for Illustrations for a Primer, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 4-5; Two Haiku, ibid., 5.

Spindler, Elisa
   
Jane in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, 51 (Summer 2001), 17.

Spingarn, Lawrence P.
   
The Waterman: Santorin, 15 (Fall 1964), 32.
   Backwords, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 22-23; The Picnic at Aghia Marina, ibid., 22; Sirocco, ibid., 23.

Spivack, Kathleen
   
Chicken Dinner, 36 (Summer 1986), 8-11.

Sprague, J. Barnes
   
Experience, the Sea, 31 (Spring 1981), 11.

Squires, Con
   
Where the Fishermen Stood in Winter, 32 (Fall 1981), 17.

Squires, J. R.
   
The Black Phoenix, 1 (Fall 1950), 22.

Squires, Radcliffe
   
Guilt, 6 (Summer 1956), 22.

Sruoginis, Laima
   
Irish Woman Washing, 47 (Spring 1997), 5.

St. Clair, Philip
   
Poker, 52 (Summer 2002), 36.

Stach, Carl
   
A Poem Obliquely about Bruegel's 'Icarus', 30 (Summer 1980), 15.

Stafford, Kim
   
The Muses Among Us: Eloquent Listening and Other Pleasures of the Writer's Craft, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 54 (Fall 2003), 43.

Stafford, Kim Robert
   
Washing Hands, 27 (Fall 1976), 18-19; A Gypsy's History of the World, ibid., 20-21.

Stafford, William
   
Totem, 8 (Spring 1958), 6; A Hudson River Vista, ibid., 6; Long Distance, ibid., 7; Deer Stolen, ibid., 7.
   Someday, Maybe, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 38-39.
   Accepting the Watch, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 59.
   Learned at the Weavers' Barn, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's, 40 (Summer 1990), 50; Snow, ibid., 51.
   Totem (originally published in Spring 1958), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 50; Long Distance (originally published in Spring 1958), ibid., 51; Snow (originally published in Summer 1990), ibid., 246.

Stallings, A. E.
   
Apollo Takes Charge of His Muses, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 5.
   For the Losers of Things, 43 (Summer 1993), 8; Hades Welcomes His Bride, ibid., 9; Euridice Reveals Her Strength, ibid., 10.
   The Wife of the Man of Many Wiles, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 24.
   Aeaea (Circe's Island), 45 (Spring 1995), 27.
   Arachne Gives Thanks to Athena, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 36.
   How the Demons Were Assimilated & Became Productive Citizens, 46 (Summer 1996), 34; The Man Who Wouldn't Plant Willow Trees, ibid., 35.
   Vale, 48 (Fall 1997), 15-17.
   Asphodel, 50 (Fall 1999), 34; Tour of the Labyrinth, ibid., 35.
   Apollo Takes Charge of His Muses (originally published in Winter 1992-1993), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 274.
   The Prince of Crete, 60 (Fall 2009), 8; Another Bedtime Story, ibid., 9.
   Lost and Found, 63 (Spring 2013), 23.

Stallworthy, Jon
   
A Word with the Baas, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 32-34.

Stalter, W.
   
Grackle, 48 (Summer 1998), 23; Equilibrist at Work, ibid., 24-25.

Stambler, Peter
   
Father Pernin in Seclusion, 1874, 31 (Spring 1981), 15-25.

Standiford, Lee
   
Circle of the Deer, 23 (Summer 1973), 5-6.

Standish, David
   
Poet on Troubled Soil, 14 (Spring 1964), 35-36.

Stanford, Ann
   Ed.:
Women Poets of the West: An Anthology 1850-1950, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Summer 1979), 38.

Stanford, Eleanor
   
Conversions, 54 (Fall 2003), 14; Letter to Jessica from Madison, ibid., 16.
   Tarrafal, 1974, 55 (Spring 2005), 21.

Stanford, Michael
   
From the Ends of the Earth, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 32-33.

Staple, Will
   
No More Hot Coffee when I Die, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 30.

Starbird, Kaye
   
Woman Waiting Alone, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 19; The Moon's No Basket, ibid., 19.
   The Watch Chain, 11 (Summer 1961), 33.

Starbuck, George
   
Cocktails Revisited, 8 (Fall 1957), 20; Oration, ibid., 21; Apocalpse IX, Genesis X, ibid., 22-23.
   Cora Punctuated with Strawberries, 8 (Spring 1958), 15-16.

Stark, Sharon Sheehe
   
View from Home, 32 (Fall 1981), 1.
   Nightdrowning, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 24-25.

Starkey, David
   
Apology, 41 (Fall 1990), 2-4.
   Interview, 43 (Fall 1992), 26-33.
   Pottawotomie Creek, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 32-33.
   Pottawatomie Creek (originally published in Winter 1994-1995), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 296.

Stauffer, Vanessa
   
from "Chiaroscuro", Poets Under Twenty-Five, 52 (Spring 2002), 24.

Stearns, Kate
   
Sandwoman's Dream, 23 (Spring 1973), 12-13.

Stecewicz, Miroslaw
   
Music As It Is, trans. by Leslaw Ludwig, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 22-31.

Steele, Frank
   
The Weight of the World, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 7.

Steele, Peggy
   
Dried Phlox, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 39.

Steele, Richard
   
Observation Report, 21 (Summer 1971), 38-39.

Stefanile, Felix
   
Mrs. Clotho, Mrs. Lachesis, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 2-3; Horse-Shoe Crab, ibid., 3-4.

Stefanile, Felix N.
   
Fall of Adam, 2 (Summer 1952), 2.
   The Man Upstairs, 8 (Fall 1957), 35; Street Scene: The Drunk, ibid., 36.

Stein, Donna Baier
   
Watchman of the Night, 41 (Spring 1991), 10-11.

Stein, Hadassah (Stein, Hannah).
   Beyond Contention, 31 (Summer 1981), 38.
   The Weddings of the Mothers Are Visited upon the Daughters, 33 (Winter 1982-1983), 9-11.

Stein, Hannah (Stein, Hadassah).
   The Road to Giverny, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 28-29.
   Lapsed Agnostic, 49 (Summer 1999), 24-25.

Stein, Sol
   
On Coming out of Ether, 1 (Summer 1951), 1.
   Small Speech to a Loris, 2 (Winter 1951-1952), 2.

Steingass, David
   
Mendocino, Northern California, Discoveries, 18 (Summer 1968), 67; Finding My Way: Northern Ohio, ibid., 68; A Turquoise Ring in the Midwest, ibid., 69; The Slaughter-Room Picture, ibid., 70; At the Custer Battlefield, ibid., 71; Grant's Pass, Oregon, ibid., 72.

Steingesser, Martin
   
Testimony, April 14, 1986, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 16-17.
   Painting One, 46 (Summer 1996), 36.
   14 Florence Street, 58 (Fall 2007), 23.

Stellon, Nicole
   
The Seven Sisters, 46 (Summer 1996), 8-9.

Stelmach, Marjorie
   
light, 52 (Fall 2001), 18.
   Triptych without Angels, 54 (Fall 2003), 24.

Stephens, Alan
   
Written from a Grove, 8 (Fall 1957), 9-10; The Baby Cockatrice, ibid., 9.

Stephens, John C.
   
Stone Mountain, 11 (Winter 1960-1961), 5-6.

Sterle, Francine
   
In the Pictures, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 4-5.

Stern, Bert
   
Borscht, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 61.
   from How Reb Katzman Got to Heaven, 57 (Fall 2006), 12.

Sternlieb, Barry
   
Swordsmith, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 2-3.

Stessel, Harry
   
Tell It to the River, 26 (Spring-Summer 1976), 61.

Stetler, Charles
   
The Skin Man, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 14-15.

Stevens, Alan
   
Tree Meditation and Others, rev. David M. Stocking, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 70.

Stevens, Wallace
   
Auroras of Autumn, rev. James R. Thompson, 1 (Spring 1951), 31.

Stevenson, Richard
   
Staghorn Fern, 35 (Summer 1985), 5.

Steward, D. E.
   
Junea, 64 (Winter 2013-2014), 13.

Steward, D.E.
   
Octovro, 57 (Fall 2006), 14.
   Augustos, 60 (Fall 2009), 41.

Stewart, Dolores (Riccio, Mrs. Ottone).
   When Sleep Separates Us, 21 (Winter 1970-1971), 32-33; Routes of the First Space Explorers, ibid., 34-36.
   'Whales Are Out, Cats Are In...', 29 (Spring 1979), 12-13.
   The Observer, 36 (Spring 1986), 1.
   Feoh, the letter F..., 38 (Fall 1987), 18; Hagall, the letter H..., ibid., 19; Isa, the letter I..., ibid., 20; Nied, the letter N..., ibid., 21; Othel, the letter O..., ibid., 22; Wyrd, blank rune of the unknowable..., ibid., 23.
   Os, the Letter A..., 42 (Spring 1992), 1.

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

Stewart, Harold
   Trans.:
A Net of Fireflies, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Fall 1961), 38.

Stewart, Susan
   
Four Questions Regarding the Dreams of Animals, 29 (Fall 1978), 14-15.
   The Forest, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 44-46.
   Four Questions Regarding the Dreams of Animals (originally published in Fall 1978), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 139.
   Poetry and the Fate of the Senses, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 54 (Fall 2003), 47.
   Columbarium, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 54 (Summer 2004), 46.
   Red Rover, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Spring 2009), 50.

Stillman, Lisa
   
David, 36 (Spring 1986), 29.

Stine, Alison
   
Rembrandt's Mistress, Poets Under Twenty-Five, 52 (Spring 2002), 18.

Stocking, David M.
   
The Overpowered, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 23.
   Rev.: Stanley T. Coffman, Jr., Imagism, A Chapter for the History of Modern Poetry, 1 (Spring 1951), 26-27.
   Rev.: William Hull, Selected Poems: 1942-1952, 5 (Spring 1955), 29-31.
   With Marion K. Stocking, The Journals of Claire Clairmont, 1814-1827, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 40.
   Rev.: Patrick Gleeson, ed., A First Reader of Contemporary American Poetry, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 37; Stephen Berg and Robert Mezey, eds., Naked Poetry, ibid., 37; Mark Strand, ed., The Contempory American Poets: American Poetry since 1940, ibid., 37; Paul Holmes and Anita J. Lehman, eds., Receiving and Sending the Poem, ibid., 38; Stephen Dunning, Edward Lueders and Hugh Smith, eds., Some Haystacks Don't Even Have Any Needles and Other Complete Modern Poems, ibid., 38; Serge Gavronsky, ed., Poems & Texts, ibid., 38; W. S. Merwin, trans., Antonio Porchia, Voices, ibid., 38; Allan Seager, The Glass House: The Life of Theodore Roethke, ibid., 39; Gary Snyder, Earth House Hold, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Robert Creeley, Pieces, 21 (Fall 1970), 47; Robert Creeley, The Charm, ibid., 47; Robert Creeley, A Quick Graph: Collected Notes and Essays, ibid., 47.
   Rev.: Charles Olson, Archaeologist of Morning, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 67; Charles Olson, Poetry and Truth, ibid., 67; Charles Olson, Maps No. 4, ibid., 67; Wendell Berry, Findings, ibid., 69; Mona Van Duyn, To See, To Take, ibid., 69; A. R. Ammons, Uplands, ibid., 69; A. R. Ammons, Briefings, ibid., 69-70; Alan Stevens, Tree Meditation and Others, ibid., 70.
   Rev.: Boundary 2 (Olson Issue), Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 37; A. R. Ammons, Sphere: The Form of Motion, ibid., 37-38.
   Ed.: A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975).
   Introduction, ibid., 1-2.
   Rev.: Ted Hughes, Gaudete, 28 (Spring 1978), 40; Bill Hotchkiss, Fever in the Earth, ibid., 40.

Stocking, Lillian Burgin
   
Winter, 1950, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 13.

Stocking, Marion K. (Kingston, Marion; Stocking, Marion Kingston).
   Introduction, Tern's Bone and Other Poems, by Suzanne Gross, 15 (Spring 1965), 3.
   Rev.: Robert Bly, The LIght Around the Body, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 38; Paul Carroll, ed., The Young Poets, ibid., 38; Mark Strand, Reasons for Moving, ibid., 38-39; Robert Duncan, Bending the Bow, ibid., 40.
   With David M. Stocking, The Journals of Claire Clairmont, 1814-1827, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Jerome Rothenberg, ed., Technicians of the Sacred: A Range of Poetries from Africa, America, Asia, and Oceana, 21 (Fall 1970), 44-45; Carl Cary, Salish Songs & Rituals, ibid., 45; Lorine Niedecker, T & G: The Collected Poems (1936-1966), ibid., 45; Ronald Johnson, Valley of the Many-Colored Grasses, ibid., 45-46; Charles Olson, Maximus Poems IV, V, VI, ibid., 46; Charles Olson, Letters for Origin, ibid., 46; James Baloian and David Kherdian, eds., Down at the Santa Fe Depot: 20 Fresno Poems, ibid., 47.
   Rev.: Erica Jong, Fruits and Vegetables, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 67-68; Gary Snyder, Regarding Wave, ibid., 68; Howard McCord, Maps, ibid., 69; Galway Kinnell, The Book of Nightmares, ibid., 70-71.
   Rev.: Chelsea, 23 (Summer 1973), 34-35; A. R. Ammons, Collected Poems, 1951-1971, ibid., 35-36; Harold Bloom, The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry, ibid., 35; Jerald Bullis, Taking up the Serpent, ibid., 37-38; Leif Sjoberg and May Swenson, trans., Tomas Transtromer, Windows and Stones, ibid., 38; Jerome Rothenberg, ed., Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Albert Goldbarth, Coprolites, 24 (Spring 1974), 43; W. H. Auden, ed., Thomas Campion, Selected Poems of Thomas Campion, ibid., 43; John Hollander, Town & Country Matters: Erotica & Satirica, ibid., 43-44; Lynn Shoemaker, Coming Home, ibid., 44.
   Rev.: Laurence Lieberman, The Osprey Suicides, 24 (Summer 1974), 32; Roderick H. Jellema, Something Tugging the Line, ibid., 32; Erica Jong, Half Lives, ibid., 32.
   Rev.: William Stafford, Someday, Maybe, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 38-39; Gary Snyder, Turtle Island, ibid., 38; Albert Goldbarth, Jan. 31, ibid., 39; Albert Goldbarth, Opticks, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Linda Pastan, On the Way to the Zoo, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 37; Edward McCrorie, After a Cremation, ibid., 37; Jean Pedrick, Pride & Splendor, ibid., 37; Jerald Bullis, Orion, ibid., 37-38; Seamus Heaney, North, ibid., 38; Alvin Greenberg, Metaform, ibid., 38; Denise Levertov, The Freeing of the Dust, ibid., 38-39; N. Scott Momaday, The Gourd Dancer, ibid., 39; Joanna Bankier, Carol Cosman, Doris Earnshaw, Joan Keefe, Dierdre Lashgari and Kathleen Weaver, eds., The Other Voice: Twentieth Century Women's Poetry in Translation, ibid., 39; Karen Snow, Willo, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Kenneth Fields, Sunbelly, 27 (Spring 1977), 38; X. J. Kennedy, Emily Dickinson in Southern California, ibid., 38; Mary Baron, Letters for the New England Dead, ibid., 38; N. Scott Momaday, Angle of Geese and Other Poems, ibid., 38; Thom Gunn, To the Air, ibid., 38; John Hollander, The Head of the Bed, ibid., 38; Rachel Hadas, Starting from Troy, ibid., 38; Donald Hall, The Town of Hill, ibid., 38; Larry Rubin, All My Mirrors Lie, ibid., 38; Barry Spacks, Teaching the Penguins to Fly, ibid., 38; Nancy Sullivan, Telling It, ibid., 38; Geof Hewitt, I Think I'll Lay My Egg Tomorrow, ibid., 38; Lyle Glazier, Two Continents, ibid., 38; Peter Heitkamp, Readings, ibid., 38; Martha Zweig, Powers, ibid., 38; Carol Henrickson, The Well, ibid., 38; Dannie Abse, ed., Poetry Dimension Annual: the Best of the Poetry Year, 1975, ibid., 39; Russell Edson, The Intuitive Journey and Other Works, ibid., 39; Robert Morgan, Red Owl, ibid., 39; Richard Hugo, What Thou Lovest Well, Remains American, ibid., 39; Robert Penn Warren, Or Else: Poem/Poems 1968-71, ibid., 39-40; Robert Peters, A Gift to Be Simple, ibid., 40; Millen Brand, Local Lives, ibid., 40; Robin Becker, Discretions, ibid., 41; Helena Minton, After Curfew, ibid., 41; Marilyn Zuckerman, "Turning Point" (in Personal Effects), ibid., 41.
   Rev.: Elizabeth Bishop, Geography III, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 36-37; A. R. Ammons, The Snow Poems, ibid., 36-39; Jerald Bullis, Adorning The Buckhorn Helmet, ibid., 39; John Ciardi, Lives of X, ibid., 39; David Wagoner, Sleeping in the Woods, ibid., 39-40; Ted Hughes, Season Songs, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Gwendolen Haste, Selected Poems, 28 (Spring 1978), 36-37; Wendell Berry, Sayings & Doings, ibid., 36; Marnie Walsh, A Taste of the Knife, ibid., 36; Norman Macleod, Selected Poems, mentioned, ibid., 36; David Budbill, The Chain Saw Dance, ibid., 37; Rae Dalven, trans., Yannis Ritsos, The Fourth Dimension: Selected Poems, ibid., 37; Tamar Griggs, ed., There's a Sound in the Sea: A Child's-eye View of the Whale, ibid., 38; Leonard Nathan, The Teaching of Grandfather Fox, ibid., 38; Louis Simpson, Searching for the Ox, ibid., 38; Lorine Niedecker, Blue Chickory, ibid., 39; William Bronk, Finding Losses, ibid., 39; Carroll Arnett, Come, ibid., 39-40; Carroll Arnett, Tsalagi, ibid., 40; J. D. Whitney, sd, ibid., 40; Theodore Enslin, Etudes, ibid., 40; Theodore Enslin, Views, ibid., 40; Robert Bly, Old Man Rubbing His Eyes, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Maxine W. Kumin, The Retrieval System, 29 (Spring 1979), 37; Linda Pastan, Five Stages of Grief, ibid., 37; Felix Pollak, Subject to Change, ibid., 37; Robert Bly, trans., Rolf Jacobsen, Twenty Poems, ibid., 37; Norman Dubie, The City of the Olesha Fruit, ibid., 37-38; John Haines, In a Dusty Light, ibid., 38; Carol Frost, The Salt Lesson, ibid., 38; David Wagoner, Travelling Light, ibid., 38; Allen Mandelbaum, Chelmaxions: The Maxims/Axioms/Maxioms of Chelm, ibid., 39; Robert Peters, Hawthorne, ibid., 39; Ruth Whitman, Tamsen Donner: A Woman's Journey, ibid., 39; Ted Hughes, Cave Birds: an Alchemical Cave Drama, ibid., 39-40; Martin Booth, The Knotting Sequence, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Gary Snyder, Myths and Texts, 29 (Summer 1979), 37; Gary Snyder, The Old Ways, ibid., 37; Jerome Rothenberg, A Seneca Journal, ibid., 38; Ann Stanford, ed., Women Poets of the West: An Anthology 1850-1950, ibid., 38; Jarold Ramsey, Love in an Earthquake, ibid., 38; David Yeadon, When the Earth Was Young: Songs of the American Indian, ibid., 38-39; Barney Bush, My Horse and a Jukebox, ibid., 39; Ivaloo Volborth, Thunder-Root, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Robert Bly, ed., News of the Universe, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 36-37; George Murphy, ed., The Poet's Choice: 100 American Poets' Favorite Poems, ibid., 37; Donald H. Reiman, English Romantic Poetry, ibid., 38-39; Albert Goldbarth, Different Fleshes, ibid., 38; Donald J. Greiner, ed., American Poets Since World War II, ibid., 39; Herbert C. Jaffa, ed., Modern Australian Poetry, ibid., 39; W. S. Merwin, The Compass Flower, ibid., 40; Galway Kinnell, Mortal Acts, Mortal Words, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Ted Hughes, Moortown, 31 (Spring 1981), 36; Ted Hughes, Under the North Star, ibid., 36; Hayden Carruth, Brothers, I Loved You All, ibid., 37; James Dickey, The Strength of Fields, ibid., 37; Will Kirkland, trans., Federico Garcia Lorca, The Cricket Sings, ibid., 38-39; Anthony Hecht, The Venetian Vespers, ibid., 38; Carroll Arnett, South Line, ibid., 38; Wendell Berry, A Part, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: A. R. Ammons, A Coast of Trees, 32 (Spring 1982), 33-34; Seamus Heaney, Poems 1965-1975, ibid., 34; Seamus Heaney, Preoccupations: Selected Prose 1968-1978, ibid., 34; William Carpenter, The Hours of Morning, ibid., 34-35; Donald Finkel, What Manner of Beast, ibid., 35; Judith Glesson, ed., Leaf and Bone: African Praise Poems, ibid., 35; Frederick Feirstein, Manhattan Carnival: a Dramatic Monologue, ibid., 35; David Budbill, Pulp Cutters Nativity, ibid., 35-36; Denise Levertov, Pig Dreams: Scenes from the Life of Sylvia, ibid., 36.
   Rev.: Wm. Scott McLean, ed., Gary Snyder, The Real Work: Interviews & Talks 1964-1979, 34 (Fall 1983), 36-37; Greg Kusma, ed., A Book of Rereadings in Recent American Poetry: 30 Essays, ibid., 36; Gary Snyder, Axe Handles, ibid., 38-39; "Writers in the Nuclear Age" in New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly, ibid., 38-39; Carolyn Forché, The Country Between Us, ibid., 39-40; Carolyn Forché, trans., Claribel Alegria, Flores Del Volcan (Flowers from the Volcano), ibid., 40.
   Rev.: W. S. Merwin, Finding the Islands, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 37-38; J. Moussaieff Masson and W. S. Merwin, The Peacock's Egg, ibid., 37; W. S. Merwin, Opening the Hand, ibid., 38-39; W. S. Merwin, Unframed Originals, ibid., 38.
   Rev.: Elizabeth Bishop, The Complete Poems: 1927-1979, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 33; Richard Hugo, Making Certain It Goes On, ibid., 34-35; A. R. Ammons, Lake Effect Country, ibid., 34; Stephen Dobyns, Black Dog, Red Dog, ibid., 35.
   Rev.: Leo Connellan, The Clear Blue Lobster-Water Country, 35 (Spring 1985), 37-38; Karen Snow, Outsiders, ibid., 39-40; Bink Noll, The House, ibid., 39; Felix Pollak, Tunnel Visions: Poems, Short Prose, Translations, ibid., 39; Ted Hughes, River: New Poems, ibid., 40-41; Richard Jones, ed., Poetry and Politics, ibid., 41-42; Joan Joffe Hall, Romance and Capitalism at the Movies, ibid., 42-43; Helena Minton, The Canal Bed, ibid., 42; Nancy Nielsen, Blackberries and Dust, ibid., 43; Nancy Nielsen, East of the Light, ibid., 43.
   Rev.: Lola Haskins, Castings, 35 (Summer 1985), 38; Chelsea Vol.42-43, ibid., 39; Robert Peters, Hawker, ibid., 39; Sonia Raiziss, Chelsea, 42/43, ibid., 39; D. Clinton, Tom Montag and C. W. Truesdale, eds., An American Anthology: a Geopoetics Landmark, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Galway Kinnell, Past, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 35-36; Albert Goldbarth, Original Light: New and Selected Poems 1973-1983, ibid., 36; Amy Clampitt, What the Light Was Like, ibid., 37-38; Diane Rothenberg and Jerome Rothenberg, Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics, ibid., 38-39; Judson Jerome, Poet's Market: 1986, ibid., 39; Louis Coxe, The North Well, ibid., 39; Pablo Neruda, Art of Birds, ibid., 40; Brooks Haxton, The Lay of Eleanor and Irene, ibid., 40; William Carpenter, Rain, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Miodrag Pavlović, The Slavs Beneath Parnassus, 36 (Summer 1986), 39; Faye Kicknosway, Who Shall Know Them, ibid., 39; Carole Oles, Night Watches: Inventions on the Life of Maria Mitchell, ibid., 39; Seamus Heaney, Sweeney Astray, ibid., 39; Seamus Heaney, Station Island, ibid., 39; Lorine Niedecker, The Granite Pail, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Albert Goldbarth, Arts & Sciences, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 35-36; Brooks Haxton, Dominion, ibid., 36-37; Mary Oliver, Dream Work, ibid., 37-39; Kenneth Patchen, What Shall We Do Without Us? The Voice and Vision of Kenneth Patchen, ibid., 39-40; David Kresh, Sketches After Pete's Beer, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Richard Ellmann and Robert O'Clair, eds., The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry, 37 (Spring 1987), 32-37; Daniel Halpern, ed., The American Poetry Anthology, ibid., 32; Donald Allen and George F. Butterick, eds., The Postmoderns: The New American Poetry Revised, ibid., 32-37; Stuart Friebert and David Young, eds., The Longman Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry: 1950-1980, ibid., 33-37; Jack Myers and Roger Weingarten, eds., New American Poets of the 80's, ibid., 34-37; David Bottoms and Dave Smith, eds., The Morrow Anthology of Younger American Poets, ibid., 34-37; Sydney Lea, Robert Pack and Jay Parini, eds., The Breadloaf Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, ibid., 35-37; Helen Vendler, ed., The Harvard Book of Contenporary American Poetry, ibid., 35-36; Philip Dacey and David Jauss, eds., Strong Measures: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry in Traditional Forms, ibid., 38-39; Douglas Messerli, ed., 'Language' Poetries: An Anthology, ibid., 39-40; Douglas Messerli, ed., "Language" Poetries: An Anthology, ibid., 39; Russell Baker, ed., The Norton Book of Light Verse, ibid., 39; Kate Farrell and Kenneth Koch, eds., Talking to the Sun: An Illustrated Anthology of Poems for Young People, ibid., 39; Joseph Bruchac, ed., Songs From This Earth On Turtle's Back: Contemporary American Indian Poetry, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Philip Levine, ed., The Essential Keats, 37 (Summer 1987), 36; Galway Kinnell, ed., The Essential Whitman, ibid., 36; Robert Penn Warren, ed., The Essential Melville, ibid., 36; Stanley Kunitz, ed., The Essential Blake, ibid., 36; Rita Dove, Thomas and Beulah, ibid., 36; Richard Jackson, Acts of Mind: Conversations with Contemporary Poets, ibid., 37; David Lehman, ed., Ecstatic Occasions, Expedient Forms, ibid., 37; Gary Snyder, Left Out in the Rain: New Poems 1947-1985, ibid., 38; Nancy Willard, Household Tales of Moon and Water, ibid., 38; Amy Clampitt, Archaic Figure, ibid., 38; Sebastian Barker, ed., Christopher Barker, Portraits of Poets, ibid., 39; Larry Evers and Felipe Molina, Yaqui Deer Songs/Maso Bwikam: A Native American Poetry, ibid., 39; Ai, Sin, ibid., 39; David Bottoms, Under the Vulture Tree, ibid., 39; Philip Booth, Relations; Selected Poems 1950-1985, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: David Ignatow, New and Collected Poems, 1970-1985, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 35-37; Gail R. Scott, ed., Marsden Hartley, The Collected Poems of Marsden Hartley 1904-1943, ibid., 37-38; Stephen Mitchell, trans., The Book of Job, ibid., 38-39; Dictionary of Literary Biography series (Gale Research), ibid., 39-40; Joe David Bellamy, American Poetry Observed: Poets on Their Work, ibid., 39; Ronald Baughman, ed., Contemporary Authors Bibiographical Series, Vol. 2, American Poets, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Jorie Graham, The End of Beauty, 38 (Summer 1988), 32-36; A. R. Ammons, Sumerian Vistas, ibid., 36; Pembroke Magazine, A. R. Ammons issue (#18, 1986), ibid., 36; Elizabeth Bishop feature in issue of November 1987 Verse, ibid., 37; Clayton Eshleman, Review of Allen Ginsberg's Collected Poems in Ohio Review (#40, 1988), ibid., 37; Zbigniew Herbert, Selected Poems, ibid., 38-40; Zbigniew Herbert, Report from the Beseiged City, ibid., 38-40.
   Rev.: Howard A. Norman, The Wishing Bone Cycle, 39 (Fall 1988), 37-38; W. S. Merwin, Selected Poems, ibid., 38-39; Nicholas Christopher, Desperate Characters, ibid., 39-40; Burton Hatlen, I Wanted to Tell You, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: W. S. Merwin, The Rain in the Trees, 39 (Spring 1989), 32-34; Ed Folsom and Cary Nelson, eds., W. S. Merwin, Regions of Memory: Uncollected Prose 1949-1982, ibid., 32-34; Sharon Olds, The Gold Cell, ibid., 34-35; Pablo Neruda, Late and Posthumous Poems: 1968-1974, ibid., 35-36; Pablo Neruda, Stones of the Sky, ibid., 35-36; Brad Leithauser, Cats of the Temple, ibid., 36-37; Ben Belitt and James Nolan, trans., Quarry West 25, ibid., 37; Mekeel McBride, Red Letter Days, ibid., 37; Alfred Corn, The West Door, ibid., 37; Garrett Hongo, The River of Heaven, ibid., 38; Robert Bly, trans., Olav H. Hauge, Trusting Your Life to Water and Eternity, ibid., 38; Daniel Halpern, Tango, ibid., 39; Susan Tichy, A Smell of Burning Starts the Day, ibid., 39; Sandra M. Gilbert, Blood Pressure, ibid., 39; Denise Levertov, Breathing the Water, ibid., 40; Willard R. Espy, Words to Rhyme With, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Donald Hall, The One Day: A Poem in Three Parts, 40 (Fall 1989), 34-36; John Allman, Curve Away from Stillness, ibid., 36-38; Norman Shapiro, trans., Fifty Fables of La Fontaine, ibid., 38; Margaret Gibson, Out in the Open, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Brooks Haxton, Traveling Company, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 39-40; Epoch Vol. 32 No. 2, ibid., 40; Lucinda Roy, Needlework, ibid., 40; Roger Mitchell, "Loon" in Ohio Review No. 43, ibid., 40; Northwest Review Vol. 27 No. 2, interview of John Haines , ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Hayden Carruth, Tell Me Again How the White Heron Rises and Flies Across the Nacreous River at Twilight Toward the Distant Islands, 40 (Spring 1990), 35; David Lehman, ed., The Best American Poetry: 1988, 1989, etc., ibid., 35-36; John Ashbery, ed., The Best American Poetry; 1988, ibid., 35-36; Donald Hall, ed., The Best American Poetry: 1989, ibid., 35-36; Terrence Des Pres, Praises and Dispraises: Poetry and Politics: The 20th Century, ibid., 36; Constance Hunting, Between the Worlds: Poems 1983-1988, ibid., 37; Rita Dove, Grace Notes: Poems, ibid., 37; May Swenson, In Other Words, ibid., 37-38; Ronald Wallace, ed., Vital Signs: Contemporary American Poetry from the University Presses, ibid., 38; Derek Walcott, The Arkansas Testament, ibid., 39; Daryl Ngee Chinn, Soft Parts of the Back, ibid., 39; Toi Derricotte, Captivity, ibid., 39; Wesley McNair, The Town of No, ibid., 40; Jimmy Santiago Baca, Black Mesa Poems, ibid., 40; Roger Mitchell, AdiRonDak, ibid., 40.
   Introduction, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's, 40 (Summer 1990), 5-8.
   Rev.: Philip Booth, Selves: New Poems, 41 (Fall 1990), 34-39; John Cage, I-VI, ibid., 34-39.
   Rev.: Galway Kinnell, When One Has Lived Long Time Alone, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 36-37; Lola Haskins, Forty-four Ambitions for the Piano, ibid., 36; Abraxas (No. 38/39), ibid., 37-38; Jorie Graham and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry of 1990, ibid., 37; Charles Wright, The World of the Ten Thousand Things: Poems, 1980-1990, ibid., 38; David Wojahn, Mystery Train, ibid., 38; Donald Hall, Old and New Poems, ibid., 38-39; Jim Daniels, Punching Out, ibid., 39; David Lee, Day's Work, ibid., 39; Tony Harrison, v. and Other Poems, ibid., 39; Dorianne Laux, Awake , ibid., 39; John Frederick Nims, The Six-Cornered Snowflake and Other Poems, ibid., 40; Vikram Seth, All You Who Sleep Tonight, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Derek Walcott, Omeros, 41 (Spring 1991), 39-40.
   Rev.: Constance Hunting, The Myth of the Horizon, 41 (Summer 1991), 38-39; Barbara Moore, Farewell to the Body, ibid., 38; Agni (No. 31/32), ibid., 39.
   Rev.: David Lehman and Mark Strand, eds., The Best American Poetry: 1991, 42 (Fall 1991), 38; Mark Strand, ed., Selected Poems, ibid., 38-39; Mark Strand, ed., The Monument, ibid., 38-39; Mark Strand, ed., The Continuous Life, ibid., 38-39; M. L. Rosenthal, ed., "Works-in-Progress" issue of Ploughshares Vol. 17, No. 1, ibid., 39-40.
   Rev.: George Mills, The House Sails Out of Sight of Home, 42 (Winter 1991-1992), 37; Albert Goldbarth, Heaven and Earth: A Cosmology, ibid., 38-39; Mississippi Review (Vol. 19, No. 3), ibid., 38; Jon Halper, ed., Gary Snyder: Dimensions of a Life, ibid., 39; Judson Jerome, Poet's Market: 1992, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Sherman Alexie, The Business of Fancydancing, 42 (Summer 1992), 43; A. R. Ammons, The Really Short Poems of A. R. Ammons, ibid., 43; David Budbill, Judevine, ibid., 44; Thomas Carper, Fiddle Lane, ibid., 44; Robert M. Chute, Woodshed on the Moon: Thoreau Poems, ibid., 44-45; Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, The Reason for Nasturtiums, ibid., 45; Stephen Dunn, Landscape at the End of the Century, ibid., 45; David Ignatow, Despite the Plainness of the Day, ibid., 45-46; Laura Kasischke, Wild Brides, ibid., 46-47; Philip Levine, New Selected Poems, ibid., 47; Philip Levine, What Work Is , ibid., 47; Howard Nemerov, Trying Conclusions: New and Selected Poems 1961-1991, ibid., 47; Carole Simmons Oles, Stunts, ibid., 47; Betsy Sholl, Pick a Card, ibid., 48; Louis Zukofsky, Complete Short Poetry, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Jack Myers and Roger Weingarten, eds., New American Poets of the 90's, 43 (Fall 1992), 43-45; Jay Meek and F. D. Reeve, eds., After the Storm: Poems on the Persian Gulf War, ibid., 45-47; David Lehman, ed., The Best American Poetry of 1992, ibid., 45; W. S. Merwin, The Lost Upland: Stories of Southwest France, ibid., 47; Lucien Stryk, trans., Issa, Haiku of Issa, ibid., 47; Dick Higgins, Pattern Poetry: Guide to an Unknown Literature, ibid., 48; Marcia Falk, trans., Marcia Falk, ed., Love Lyrics from the Bible, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Mary Oliver, New and Selected Poems, 43 (Winter 1992-1993), 39-41; Kate Farrell, ed., Art & Nature: an Illustrated Anthology of Nature Poetry, ibid., 39; Denise Levertov, Evening Train, ibid., 41-43; Jorie Graham, Region of Unlikeness, ibid., 43-44; John Haines, New Poems: 1980-88, ibid., 44-46; Vantage Press, ibid., 46-48; Cherry Cheadle, On May Morning and Other Poems, ibid., 47-48; L. W. Mueller, How to Publish Your Own Book, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Peter Dale Scott, Coming to Jakarta: A Poem About Terror, 43 (Spring 1993), 36-39; Peter Dale Scott, Listening to the Candle: A Poem on Impulse, ibid., 36-39; Alice Jones, The Knot, ibid., 39-41; Ron Block, Dismal River, ibid., 41; Robert Francis, Late Fire, Late Snow: New and Uncollected Poems, ibid., 42; David Ignatow, Shadowing the Ground, ibid., 42; Sam Hamill, trans., Lu Chi, Wen Fu: The Art of Writing, ibid., 42; Jan Hodge, Things Taking Shape, ibid., 42; Chitra Divakaruni, Black Candle, ibid., 43; Julia Kasdorf, Sleeping Preacher, ibid., 43; Adrian C. Louis, Among the Dog Eaters, ibid., 43-45; Cheryl Savageau, Home Country, ibid., 43; Red Hawk, The Sioux Dog Dance: shunk ah weh, ibid., 44; Sherman Alexie, I Would Steal Horses, ibid., 45-46; Sherman Alexie, Old Shirts & New Skins, ibid., 45-46; American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, ibid., 46-48; Dan Poynter, The Self-Publishing Manual: How to Write, Print and Sell Your Own Book, ibid., 48; Michael J. Bugeja and Christine Martin, Poet's Market 1993, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: W. S. Merwin, Travels, 43 (Summer 1993), 42-45; Gary Snyder, No Nature, ibid., 45-46; Donald Hall, The Museum of Clear Ideas, ibid., 46-48; Betsy Sholl, The Red Line, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Ray Gonzáles, After Aztlan: Latino Poets of the Nineties, 44 (Fall 1993), 42; Kent Johnson and Craig Paulenich, Beneath a Single Moon: Buddhism in Contemporary American Poetry, ibid., 42; Marilyn Chin and David Wong Louis, eds., Dissident Song: a Contemporary Asian American Anthology (Quarry West), ibid., 42; Andrea Lerner, ed., Dancing on the Rim of the World: an Anthology of Contemporary Northwest Native American Writing, ibid., 42-43; Robert Pack and Jay Parini, eds., Poems for a Small Planet: Contemporary American Nature Poetry, ibid., 43-45; Louise Gluck and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry of 1993, ibid., 45-46; Carolyn Forché, ed., Against Forgetting: Twentieth-Century Poetry of Witness, ibid., 46-48.
   Rev.: A. R. Ammons, Garbage, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 37-45; Margaret Gibson, The Vigil: A Poem in Four Voices, ibid., 45-47; Lola Haskins, Hunger, ibid., 47-48.
   Rev.: Michael S. Harper and Anthony Walton, eds., Every Shut Eye Ain't Asleep: An Anthology of Poetry by African Americans Since 1945, 44 (Summer 1994), 40; J. Edward Chamberlin, Come Back to Me My Language, ibid., 41; Kamau Braithwaite, Middle Passages, ibid., 41; Constance Hunting, At Rochebonne, ibid., 43-44; Lacey Kellett, Dream Fishing, ibid., 43; T. V. F. Brogan, Alex Preminger and others, eds., The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, ibid., 44-46; Margaret Kaufman, Claire Van Vliet, Aunt Sallie's Lament, ibid., 44; Jody Gladding, Stone Crop, ibid., 46-47; Larry Rottman, Voices from the Ho Chi Minh Trail: Poetry of America and Vietnam, ibid., 47-48; Lawson Fusao Inada, Legends from Camp, ibid., 48; Luci Tapahonso, Sáanii Dahatall: The Women Are Singing, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Heather McHugh, Broken English: Petry and Partiality, 45 (Fall 1994), 44-45; Heather McHugh, Hinge & Sign, ibid., 44-48.
   Rev.: A. R. Ammons and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry of 1994, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 42-48.
   Introduction, 45 (Spring 1995), 5.
   Rev.: Kate Barnes, Where the Deer Were, ibid., 45-46; Pablo Neruda, Odes to Common Things, ibid., 45; Philip Booth, Pairs, ibid., 47-51; Harald Gaski, Nordström and Ralph Salisbury, trans., Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, Trekways of the Wind, ibid., 47; Donald Hall, Death of the Death of Poetry: Essays, Reviews, Notes, Interviews, ibid., 51; Philip Levine, The Bread of Time: Toward an Autobiography, ibid., 52-53; Albert Goldbarth, Great Topics of the World, ibid., 52; Robert Bly, Gratitude to Old Teachers, ibid., 53; Joanna-Veronika Warwick, No Longer Mine, ibid., 53; Sylvia Griffith Wheeler, Counting Back: Voices of the Lakota and Pioneer Settlers, ibid., 53-54; Neil Bowers, Night Vision, ibid., 54-55; Loren Graham, Mose, ibid., 54; Alfred Corn, Autobiographies, ibid., 55-56.
   Introduction, Special 45th Anniversary Issue, 45 (Summer 1995), 5.
   Rev.: Richard Howard and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 1995, 46 (Fall 1995), 45-48.
   Rev.: Brooks Haxton, The Sun at Night, 46 (Winter 1995-1996), 41-42; Louise Gluck, ed., Proofs and Theories: Essays on Poetry, ibid., 41; Edward Hirsch, Earthly Measures, ibid., 42; Allen Grossman, The Philosopher's Window and Other Poems, ibid., 42; Eleanor Wilner, Otherwise, ibid., 43; Susan Stewart, The Forest, ibid., 44-46; Carolyn Forché, The Angel of History, ibid., 44; John Haines, The Owl in the Mask of the Dreamer, ibid., 46-48.
   Rev.: W. S. Merwin, The Vixen, 46 (Spring 1996), 35-37; Angela Ball, Quartet, ibid., 37-38; Deborah Burnham, Anna and the Steel Mill, ibid., 37; Ellen Bryant Voigt, Kyrie, ibid., 38; Andrew Hudgins, The Glass Hammer: A Southern Childhood, ibid., 38; Sharon Olds, The Wellspring, ibid., 38-39; Galway Kinnell, Imperfect Thirst, ibid., 39-40; Sharon Olds, The Father, ibid., 39; Robert Creeley, Echoes, ibid., 41; John Ashbery, And the Stars Were Shining, ibid., 42; James Tate, Worshipful Company of Fletchers, ibid., 42; Leslie Scalapino, The Front Matter, Dead Souls, ibid., 42-43; Jorie Graham, The Dream of the Unified Field: Selected Poems 1974-1994, ibid., 43-45; Jorie Graham, Materialism, ibid., 43-45; Arthur Sze, Archipelago, ibid., 46-48; William Bronk, Selected Poems, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Philip Booth, Trying to Say It: Outlooks and Insights on How Poems Happen, 46 (Summer 1996), 39-48; Marianne Boruch, Poetry's Old Air, ibid., 39-45; John Haines, Fables and Distances: New and Selected Essays, ibid., 39-46; Donald Hall, Principal Products of Portugal, ibid., 39-44; Seamus Heaney, The Redress of Poetry, ibid., 39-45; David Lehman, ed., The Line Forms Here, ibid., 39-44; David Lehman, ed., The Big Question, ibid., 39-44; Robert Frost, Collected Poems, Prose, & Plays, ibid., 39-40; Marjorie Perloff, Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry in the Age of Media, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Jane Kenyon, Otherwise: New and Selected Poems, 47 (Fall 1996), 44; Marianne Boruch, Moss Burning, ibid., 45-46; Jane Mead, The Lord and the General Din of the World, ibid., 46-48.
   Rev.: David Lehman and Adrienne Rich, eds., The Best American Poetry 1996, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 40; Patricia Smith, Big Towns, Big Talk, ibid., 40-42; Patricia Smith, Close to Death, ibid., 40-42; Patricia Smith, Always in the Head (cassette), ibid., 41-42; Lorna Goodison, To Us All Flowers Are Roses, ibid., 42-43; Lucia Perillo, The Body Mutinies, ibid., 43-44; Seamus Heaney, The Spirit Level, ibid., 44-45; A. R. Ammons, Brink Road, ibid., 45-48; Stratis Haviaris, ed., Harvard Review (#10, Spring 1996) Homage to Seamus Heaney, ibid., 45.
   Rev.: Randall Jarrell, "Levels and Opposites: Structure in Poetry," in Georgia Review, Vol. 50 No. 4, (Winter 1996), 47 (Spring 1997), 40-41; Patricia Goedicke, Invisible Horses, ibid., 41-45; Gary Snyder, Mountains and Rivers without End, ibid., 45-48; Christine Martin, ed., Poet's Market 1997, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Jorie Graham, ed., Earth Took of Earth: 100 Great Poems of the English Language, 47 (Summer 1997), 44-45; Mark Strand, ed., The Golden Ecco Anthology: 100 Great Poems of the English Language, ibid., 44; Carolyn Kizer, ed., 100 Great Poems by Women: A Golden Ecco Anthology, ibid., 44; W. S. Merwin, Lament for the Makers: A Memorial Anthology, ibid., 45-47; Stephen Kuuisisto, Deborah Tall and David Weiss, eds., The Poet's Notebook, ibid., 47; Neil Bowers, Words for the Taking: The Hunt for a Plagiarist, ibid., 48; Alice Fulton, Sensual Math, ibid., 48; Stanley Kunitz, Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Pierre Joris and Jerome Rothenberg, eds., Poems for the Millenium, The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Volume I, From Fin-de-Sièle to Negritude, 48 (Fall 1997), 37-38; Michael Davidson, Ghostlier Demarkations: Modern Poetry and the Material World, ibid., 38-40; Marjorie Perloff, "What We Don't Talk about When We Talk about Poetry" in PN Review No. 115, ibid., 38; Marjorie Perloff, Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry in the Age of Media, ibid., 40-43; A. R. Ammons, Set in Motion: Essays, Interviews, & Dialogues, ibid., 43-44; A. R. Ammons, Glare, ibid., 43-45; David Lehman and James Tate, eds., The Best American Poetry 1997, ibid., 46-48.
   Rev.: Alice Notley, The Descent of Alette, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 42-43; Baron Wormser, When, ibid., 43-44; Betsy Sholl, Don't Explain, ibid., 44-46; Marianne Boruch, A Stick that Breaks and Breaks, ibid., 46-48; Louise Glück, Meadowlands, ibid., 48-50; Mary Leader, Red Signature, ibid., 50-52; Chantelle Bentley and Tara A. Horton, eds., Poet's Market 1998, ibid., 52.
   Rev.: Michael Palmer, At Passages, 48 (Spring 1998), 27-28; Campbell McGrath, Spring Comes to Chicago, ibid., 28-29; Albert Goldbarth, Adventures in Ancient Egypt, ibid., 29-31; Philip Fried, Quantum Genesis and Other Poems, ibid., 31-33; Lucie Brock-Broido, The Master Letters, ibid., 33-36; Ted Hughes, Birthday Letters, ibid., 36-39; Jorie Graham, The Errancy, ibid., 39-48.
   Rev.: Anne Carson, Eros the Bittersweet: An Essay, 48 (Summer 1998), 40; Anne Carson, Glass, Irony and God, ibid., 41-43; Anne Carson, Plainwater: Essays and Poetry, ibid., 43-44; Anne Carson, Autobiography of Red: A Novel in Verse, ibid., 44-48.
   Rev.: Harold Bloom and David Lehman, eds., The Best of the Best: 1988-1997, 49 (Fall 1998), 46-49; John Hollander and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry: 1998, ibid., 49-51; Pierre Joris and Jerome Rothenberg, eds., Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Vol. II, From Postwar to Millenium, ibid., 52-53; Clifton Fadiman, John S. Major and Katherine Washburn, eds., World Poetry: An Anthology of Verse from Antiquity to Our Time, ibid., 53; Robert Pack and Jay Parini, eds., Introspections: American Poets on One of Their Own Poems, ibid., 54-56; Robert Hass, ed., Poet's Choice: Poems for Everyday Life, ibid., 54.
   Rev.: Mark Strand, Blizzard of One, 49 (Winter 1998-1999), 41-43; W. S. Merwin, The Folding Cliffs: A Narrative, ibid., 44-47.
   Rev.: B. H. Fairchild, The Art of the Lathe, 49 (Spring 1999), 42-43; Mary Karr, Viper Rum, ibid., 42; James Tate, Shroud of the Gnome, ibid., 43-44; Martín Espada, City of Coughing and Dead Radiators, ibid., 43; Tony Hoagland, Donkey Gospel, ibid., 44-45; Edward Field, A Frieze for a Temple of Love, ibid., 44; Seamus Heaney, Open Ground: Selected Poems 1966-1996, ibid., 45; Robert Pinsky, The Figured Wheel: New and Collected Poems, 1966-1996, ibid., 46-47; Arthur Sze, The Redshifting Web: Poems 1970-1998, ibid., 46; Almitra David, Impulse to Fly, ibid., 47-48.
   Rev.: Eleanor Wilner, Reversing the Spell: New and Selected Poems, 49 (Summer 1999), 41-43; Mark Nowak, ed., Theodore Enslin, Then, and Now: Selected Poems 1943-1993, ibid., 43-46.
   Rev.: Bruce Cutler, Seeing the Darkness, 50 (Fall 1999), 46-47; Joan Murray, Queen of the Mist: The Forgotten Heroine of Niagra, ibid., 46; Albert Goldbarth, Beyond, ibid., 47; Albert Goldbarth, Troubled Lovers in History, ibid., 47; W. S. Merwin, East Window, ibid., 47; W. S. Merwin, The River Sound, ibid., 47-48.
   Rev.: Robert Bly and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry, 1999, 50 (Winter 1999-2000), 25; Philip Booth, Lifelines: Selected Poems 1950-1999, ibid., 29; C. D. Wright, Deepstep Come Shining, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Zbigniew Herbert, Elegy for the Departure and other poems, 50 (Spring 2000), 40; Constance Hunting, Natural Things: Collected Poems 1969-1998, ibid., 40; Heather HcHugh, The Father of the Predicaments, ibid., 40; Adrienne Rich, Midnight Salvage: Poems 1995-1998, ibid., 40; Derek Walcott, The Bounty, ibid., 40; Baron Wormser, Mulroney & Others, ibid., 40.
   Rev.: Jeffery Paine, ed., The Poetry of Our World: An International Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, 50 (Summer 2000), 64; Cary Nelson, ed., Anthology of Modern American Poetry, ibid., 65; Michael Collier, ed., The New American Poets, ibid., 67; Verse (Vol. 16, No. 3, Vol. 17, No. 1), ibid., 69.
   Foreword, A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), xvii; Introduction, ibid., xxi.
   Rev.: Rita Dove and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 2000, 51 (Spring 2001), 44.
   Rev.: Reviewing Reviews, 51 (Summer 2001), 46.
   Rev.: A Transport of Delight, 52 (Fall 2001), 43; Seamus Heaney, Electric Light, ibid., 44; Mary Leader, The Penultimate Suitor, ibid., 44; Anne Carson, Economy of the Unlost, ibid., 46; Anne Carson, Men in the Off Hours, ibid., 47; Anne Carson, The Beauty of the Husband, ibid., 49; Gjertrud Schnackenberg, The Throne of Labdacus, ibid., 50; Patricia Goedicke, As Earth Begins to End, ibid., 53.
   Rev.: MAKE IT STRANGE, 52 (Winter 2001-2002), 46; Robert Haas and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 2001, ibid., 46.
   Introduction, Poets Under Twenty-Five, 52 (Spring 2002), 5.
   Rev.: Random House Audio, ed., "The Voice of the Poet", 52 (Summer 2002), 46.
   Rev.: David Lehman, The Daily Mirror: A Journal in Poetry, 53 (Fall 2002), 38; David Lehman, The Evening Sun: A Journal in Poetry, ibid., 38; Hayden Caruth, Doctor Jazz, ibid., 39; Sharon Chmielarz, The Other Mozart, ibid., 40; Natasha Trethewey, Bellocq's Ophelia, ibid., 41; Janet Holmes, Humanophone, ibid., 42; Maurice Manning, Lawrence Booth's Book of Visions, ibid., 43; Glori Simmons, Graft, ibid., 43; Albert Goldbarth, Saving Lives, ibid., 46; W.S. Merwin, The Pupil, ibid., 49.
   Editor's Note, ibid., 52.
   Rev.: MAKE IT STRANGE, 53 (Winter 2002-2003), 42; Robert Creeley and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 2002, ibid., 42.
   Rev.: The Meaning of Meaning, 53 (Spring 2003), 41; Claudia Rankine and Juliana Spahr, eds., American Women Poets in the 21st Century: Where Lyric Meets Language, ibid., 44.
   Editor's Note, 53 (Summer 2003), 5.
   Rev.: Grab Bag, ibid., 41; Harvey Shapiro, ed., Poets of World War II, ibid., 41; J. D. McClatchey, ed., Edna St. Vincent Millay: Selected Poems, ibid., 41; John Updike, ed., Karl Shapiro: Selected Poems, ibid., 41; Harold Bloom, ed., Walt Whitman: Selected Poems, ibid., 41; Albert Goldbarth, Pieces of Payne, ibid., 42; Albert Goldbarth, Dark Waves and Light Matter, ibid., 42; Albert Goldbarth, Many Circles: New & Selected Essays, ibid., 42; Ruth Moon Kempher, Always the Beautiful Answer: A Prose Poem Primer, ibid., 43; David Lehman, ed., Great American Prose Poems: From Poe to the Present, ibid., 43; John D'Agata, ed., The Next American Essay, ibid., 43; J. D. McClatchey, ed., Robert Frost, ibid., 44; J. D. McClatchey, ed., American Wits, ibid., 44; J. D. McClatchey, ed., Richard Wilber, ibid., 44; Marilyn Ross and Tom Ross, The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing, ibid., 44; Denise Levertov, Selected Poems, ibid., 45; Robert Bly, The Thousands, ibid., 45; Jonathan Williams, A Palpable Elysium: Portraits of Genius and Solitude, ibid., 46; Walter Cummins and Thomas E. Kennedy, eds., The Literary Review: An International Journal of Contemporary Writing, ibid., 46; Derick Burleson, Ejo: Poems, Rwanda, 1991-1994, ibid., 47; Charles Harper Webb, ed., Stand Up Poetry: An Expanded Anthology, ibid., 48.
   Rev.: Poets on Poetry, 54 (Fall 2003), 36; Edward Hirsch, How to Read a Poem and Fall in Love with Poetry, ibid., 37; Louis Zukofsky, A Test of Poetry, ibid., 37; John Haffenden, ed., Berryman's Shakespeare: Essays, Letters, and Other Writings by John Berryman, ibid., 38; Maxine Kumin, Always Beginning: Essays on a Life in Poetry, ibid., 38; Adam Zagajewski, Another Beauty, ibid., 39; Kenneth Koch, Making Your Own Days: The Pleasures of Reading and Writing Poetry, ibid., 39; Dylan Thomas, The Poems of Dylan Thomas, ibid., 40; Seamus Heaney, Finders Keepers: Selected Prose 1971-2001, ibid., 40; David Cappella and Baron Wormser, Teaching the Art of Poetry: The Moves, ibid., 41; Harry Thomas, ed., Talking with Poets, ibid., 42; Kim Stafford, The Muses Among Us: Eloquent Listening and Other Pleasures of the Writer's Craft, ibid., 43; Theodore Roethke, On Poetry & Craft: Selected Prose, ibid., 43; W.D. Snodgrass, To Sound Like Yourself: Essays on Poetry, ibid., 44; Allen Grossman and Mark Halliday, The Sighted Singer: Two Works for Readers and Writers, ibid., 44; Alice Fulton, Feeling as a Foreign Language: The Good Strangeness of Poetry, ibid., 45; Susan Stewart, Poetry and the Fate of the Senses, ibid., 47.
   Rev.: Yusef Komunyakaa, ed., The Best American Poetry 2003, 54 (Winter 2003-2004), 45.
   Rev.: Orders of Order/Forms of Form, 54 (Summer 2004), 46; Susan Stewart, Columbarium, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Does Subject Matter?, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 76; Carolyn Forché, Blue Hour, ibid., 77; Philip Nikolayev, Monkey Time, ibid., 79; Heather McHugh, Eyeshot, ibid., 80; James McCorkle, Evidences, ibid., 81; Neal Bowers, Out of the South, ibid., 84; Tony Hoagland, What Narcissism Means to Me, ibid., 85; John Canaday, The Invisible World, ibid., 85; Louise Glück, The Seven Ages, ibid., 87; William Heyen, Shoah Train, ibid., 88; Sondra Gash, Silk Elegy, ibid., 89; Jana Harris, We Never Speak of It: Idaho-Wyoming Poems, 188990, ibid., 90; Nick Flynn, Blind Huber, ibid., 91; Rachel Zucker, Eating in the Underworld, ibid., 91; John Haines, For the Century's End: Poems 19901999, ibid., 94.
   Rev.: Lyn Hejinian and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 2004, 55 (Spring 2005), 37.
   Rev.: Translation: Text Texture, and Architecture Part I: The Ancients and the Moderns, 55 (Summer 2005), 46; Stephen Mitchell, trans., Gilgamesh: A New English Version, ibid., 47; Nicholas de Lange, trans., Amos Oz, The Same Sea, ibid., 48; Anne Carson, trans., Sappho, If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho, ibid., 49; Olga Broumas, trans., Odysseus Elytis, Eros, Eros, Eros: Selected and Last Poems, ibid., 50; Jeffrey Carson and Nikos Sarris, trans., Odysseus Elytis, The Collected Poems of Odysseus Elytis, ibid., 50; David Raeburn, trans., Ovid, Ovid Metamorphoses, ibid., 54; David R. Slavitt, trans., Ovid, The Metamorphoses of Ovid: Translated Freely into Verse, ibid., 54; W.S. Merwin, trans., Dante, Purgatorio, ibid., 55; J.D. McClatchey, ed., Horace, Horace: The Odes, ibid., 55; Michael Hoffmann and James Lasdun, eds., Ovid, After Ovid: New Metamorphoses, ibid., 55.
   Rev.: Translation: Text, Texture, and Architecture Part II: Scandinavian, Germanic, and Slavic Poetry Today, 56 (Fall 2005), 39; Robert Bly, trans., Tomas Tranströmer, The Best Poems of Tomas Tranströmer, ibid., 39; Susanna Nied, trans., Inger Christensen, alphabet, ibid., 39; Susanna Nied, trans., Inger Christensen, Butterfly Valley: A Requiem, ibid., 41; Heather McHugh and Nikolai Popov, trans., Paul Celan, Glottal Stop: 101 Poems by Paul Celan, ibid., 44; Anne Pennington, trans., Popa,Vasco, Collected Poems, ibid., 46; Joanna Trzeciak, trans., Wislawa Szymborska, Miracle Fair, ibid., 47.
   Rev.: Paul Muldoon, ed., The Best American Poetry 2005, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 42.
   Rev.: always beginning as it goes, 56 (Summer 2006), 35; W.S. Merwin, New and Selected Poems, ibid., 35; W.S. Merwin, Present Company, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: The Poet in the Poem, 57 (Fall 2006), 41; Tyehimba Jess, leadbelly, ibid., 41; Martha Colins, Blue Front, ibid., 42; Lilah Hegnauer, Dark Under Kiganda Stars, ibid., 42; Brian Turner, Here, Bullet, ibid., 43; Louise Glück, Averno, ibid., 43; Peter Streckfus, The Cuckoo, ibid., 44; Theodore Enslin, Nine, ibid., 47.
   Rev.: Another Kind of Best, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 42; Billy Collins, ed., The Best American Poetry 2006, ibid., 42.
   Rev.: Five Inside Views of the Art of Poetry, 57 (Spring 2007), 41; David Lehman, The Last Avant-garde, ibid., 41; Marianne Boruch, In the Blue Pharmacy, ibid., 42; Ann Lauterbach, The Night Sky, ibid., 43; C.D. Wright, Cooling Time, ibid., 44; David Cappella and Baron Wormser, A Surge of Language, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Where Are We Now?, 57 (Summer 2007), 40; Galway Kinnell, Strong is Your Hold, ibid., 40; Harryette Mullen, Recyclopedia, ibid., 42; Ben Lerner, The Lichtenberg Figures, ibid., 44; Ben Lerner, Angle of Yaw, ibid., 45.
   Rev.: Where Are We Now?(2), 58 (Fall 2007), 41; Janice N. Harrington, Even the Hollow My Body Made Is Gone, ibid., 41; Susan Tichy, Bone Pagoda, ibid., 43; Jessica Goodfellow, A Pilgrim's Guide to Chaos in the Heartland, ibid., 45.
   Rev.: Heather McHugh, ed., The Best American Poetry 2007, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 42.
   Rev.: Translation: Text and Context, 59 (Fall 2008), 40; Munir Akash and Carolyn Forché, trans., Mahmoud Darwish, Unfortunately, It Was Paradise: Selected Poems, ibid., 41; Fady Joudah, trans., Mahmoud Darwish, The Butterfly's Burden, ibid., 42; Jeffrey Sacks, trans., Mahmoud Darwish, Why Did You Leave the Horse Alone?, ibid., 45; Fady Joudah, Earth in the Attic, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Language, Technique, and Emotion, 59 (Winter 2008-2009), 43; Charles Wright, ed., The Best American Poetry 2008, ibid., 43.
   Rev.: The Full Resources of Language, 59 (Spring 2009), 41; Hayden Carruth, Toward the Distant Islands, ibid., 41; Joseph Stroud, Of This World: New and Selected Poems, ibid., 42; Roger Mitchel, Half/Mask, ibid., 42; Marianne Boruch, Grace, Fallen From, ibid., 44; Frank Bidart, Watching the Spring Festival, ibid., 45; Alice Notley, In the Pines, ibid., 47; Susan Howe, Souls of the Labadie Tract, ibid., 48; Jeffrey Yang, An Aquarium, ibid., 49; Susan Stewart, Red Rover, ibid., 50; C.D. Wright, Rising, Falling, Hovering, ibid., 53.

Stocking, Marion Kingston (Kingston, Marion; Stocking, Marion K.).
   Letter to Herself at Twenty-Eight, 60 (Fall 2009), 3.

Stoessl, Elizabeth
   
Subversions, 48 (Spring 1998), 14-15.

Stokes, Terry
   
Mean Feet, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 60; The Pen Makes It in the New World, ibid., 60.

Stoloff, Carolyn
   
That Close, 21 (Winter 1970-1971), 37; Myself As a Harbor, ibid., 38-39.

Stone, Carole
   
At a Lunch Counter in Downtown Easton, 30 (Spring 1980), 11.
   Dream of Mrs. Roosevelt, 50 (Fall 1999), 36.
   Hardy's Love, 52 (Winter 2001-2002), 10.

Stone, Henry
   
The Fig in Winter, 11 (Winter 1960-1961), 16-18.

Stone, Jeneva
   
In the Sun-drenched Room, 58 (Fall 2007), 38; Red, ibid., 39; Meditation on a Broken Child, var. 3, ibid., 40.

Stone, Joan
   
Drowning, 30 (Fall 1979), 38.

Stone, John H.
   
An Example of How a Daily Temporary Madness Can Help a Man Get the Job Done, 20 (Summer 1970), 39.

Storni, Alfonsina
   
You Want Me White, trans. by Carlos Garcia-Aranda and Margaret Hanzimanolis, 40 (Spring 1990), 22-23; Departing, trans. by Carlos Garcia-Aranda and Margaret Hanzimanolis, ibid., 23-25; Tropical, trans. by Carlos Garcia-Aranda and Margaret Hanzimanolis, ibid., 25-26.

Stout, Robert Joe
   
Love... after Our First Child's Death, 14 (Spring 1964), 30.
   From the Diary of Diana Abney, Welch Camp, Nevada, 1863, 49 (Fall 1998), 25; Welch Camp, Nevada, 1864: Diana Abney Meets the Man She Eventually Will Marry, ibid., 26-27; Diana Abney, Welch Camp, Nevada, 1864 the Morning After the Miners Tried to Burn the Jew, ibid., 28-29.

Stover, Candice
   
Another True Story, 49 (Fall 1998), 10-11.

Straffin, Judith (Cordary, Judith; Kotary, Judith).

Strand, Mark
   
Reasons for Moving, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 38-39.
   Ed.: The Contempory American Poets: American Poetry since 1940, rev. David M. Stocking, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 37.
   Ed.: with David Lehman, The Best American Poetry: 1991, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Fall 1991), 38; Selected Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 38-39; The Monument, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 38-39; The Continuous Life, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 38-39.
   Ed.: The Golden Ecco Anthology: 100 Great Poems of the English Language, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Summer 1997), 44.
   Blizzard of One, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Winter 1998-1999), 41-43.

Streckfus, Peter
   
After Words, 53 (Spring 2003), 5; Why I Slept with Him, ibid., 6.
   The Cuckoo, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 57 (Fall 2006), 44.

Strever, Linda
   
While You Slept, 38 (Spring 1988), 1.

Strong, Mally (Graham, Mally).

Stroud, Joseph
   
Of This World: New and Selected Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Spring 2009), 42.

Stryk, Dan
   
Bird Island, Grey Light, 34 (Spring 1984), 32-33.
   Prayer Rug Fading, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 34-35.
   Boatman, 60 (Fall 2009), 46.

Stryk, Lucien (Issa).
   Trans.: Haiku of Issa, by Issa, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Fall 1992), 47.

Stuart, Floyd C.
   
You Are in My Jungle, 27 (Spring 1977), 36-37.

Suarez, Virgil
   
The Soviet Circus Visits Havana, 1969, 50 (Spring 2000), 20; When the Great Chinese Papermakers Came to Cuba, the Great Poets Followed, ibid., 22.

Sugioka, Stephanie
   
After Reading The Tale of Genji, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 5-6.

Sullivan, David
   
Purgatory, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 6-7; Don't Laugh, ibid., 7-8; They Are Friends, Not Lovers, ibid., 9-10; Teri, ibid., 10-11; Their Letters Were Baked in a Sterilizer, ibid., 12.
   Don't Laugh (originally published in Winter 1989-1990), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 230; Their Letters Were Baked in a Sterilizer (originally published in Winter 1989-1990), ibid., 232.

Sullivan, James
   
Israhel Van Meckenem's Engraving of The Presentation at the Temple (c. 1495), after Holbein, Ripped to Shreds in the Twentieth Century, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 34-35.
   The Dissolution of Memory, 39 (Spring 1989), 1.

Sullivan, James Albert
   
To Everything in the World But People, 3 (Fall 1952), 22-23.
   The Snail, 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 15.

Sullivan, Mark
   
Landscape in the Manner of Huang Gongwang, 60 (Spring 2010), 32; Barcarolle, ibid., 34.

Sullivan, Nancy
   
Jack Kelleher and the Hatchet Club, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 18; Drowning, ibid., 19.
   Telling It, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 38.

Sullivan, William
   
The Second Key, 16 (Summer 1966), 35.

Summers, Hollis
   
The Flicker, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 15.
   Only Perhaps Mine, 6 (Summer 1956), 29.
   Knock, And It Shall Be Opened, 8 (Spring 1958), 4.
   Onion, 11 (Summer 1961), 15.
   Seven Occasions, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 39.

Sund, Robert
   
Poem for Betty, 3 (Spring 1953), 12.

Sunthonphiphit, Chayasi
   
Till Heart's End, trans. by James N. Mosel and Burton Raffel, Contemporary Asian Poetry, 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 60.

Supraner, Robyn
   
Liberty, 32 (Spring 1982), 17.
   A Time to Live, 36 (Summer 1986), 16-17; Vermont Frieze, ibid., 17.

Sutton, Virginia Chase
   
The Bride, 48 (Fall 1997), 34-35.

Svoboda, Terese
   
Asleep at the Center of a Continent, 29 (Summer 1979), 20-21.

Swanberg, Christine
   
To Tend My Horse, 38 (Spring 1988), 20-21.

Swann, Brian
   
Old Trousers, 17 (Summer 1967), 30-31; A Clod in a Sown Field, ibid., 30.
   Hawthorn, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 7-8.
   Michaelis the Magician, 20 (Summer 1970), 1.
   Air Water Earth Fire: Place des Vosges, A Chapbook for David Ignatow, 26 (Fall 1975), 61-62.
   Father F. Flanchet S.J. to the Rev. Father Provincial F.J.N. in St. Louis, 29 (Summer 1979), 30; Potlatch, ibid., 31-32; Stag, ibid., 31.

Swann, Thomas Burnett
   
Ibis, 11 (Fall 1960), 34.

Swanson, Richard
   
Morning: The Sun Nudging You into a Yawn..., 17 (Summer 1967), 1.

Sward, Robert
   
Doctor in the Horse House Mouse, 16 (Spring 1966), 45.

Sward, Robert S.
   
Poem Two, 6 (Spring 1956), 29-30; Poem One, ibid., 29; Before We Woke, It Seemed, ibid., 30-31.
   The Ladder Wire, 7 (Winter 1956-1957), 2; The Picnic Party, ibid., 3-4.
   Poetry, Banana, Wife and the Sonnet, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 9-10.
   The Apteryx (1/35) of Webster's Dictionary,--and New Zealand, 8 (Summer 1958), 6.
   The Poetry Workshop, 9 (Spring 1959), 8-9.
   The President, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 39.
   Landlady, 11 (Fall 1960), 35-36; On the Departure of His Telephone, Gas--, Electricity, Wife, Daughter & Groceries, ibid., 37-38.
   Poem, For:, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial, 14 (Fall 1963), 8-9.

Swartwout, Susan
   
Nightmoves, 39 (Fall 1988), 31.

Swensen, Cole
   
Gravesend, rev. Melissa Crowe, 63 (Summer 2013), 45.

Swenson, Karen
   
Pa-Phooey, 17 (Spring 1967), 14.
   The Complacent Wife, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 3.
   Why Didn't Anyone Tell Hester Prynne?, 21 (Summer 1971), 37.

Swenson, May
   
R. F. at Breadloaf--His Hand against a Tree, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost, 7 (Summer 1957), 45-46.
   To Mix with Time, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 38.
   Trans.: with Leif Sjoberg, Windows and Stones, by Tomas Transtromer, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 23 (Summer 1973), 38.
   In Other Words, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 37-38.
   A Tree in Spring, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's, 40 (Summer 1990), 52.
   R. F. at Breadloaf-His Hand against a Tree (originally published in Summer 1957), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 42.

Swerdlow, David
   
Tumors, 49 (Summer 1999), 31.

Swigart, Rob
   
Uncle Toby's Garlic Armchair Diesel, 22 (Spring 1972), 19-20; Galactophilia: According to Hoyle, ibid., 20.

Swiss, Thom
   
The Colonization of Canada: A Filmpoem in Twelve Parts, 24 (Winter 1973-1974), 2-7.

Sylvester, Santiago E.
   
Kandinsky Como un Pretexto (Kandinsky as a Pretext), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry, 32 (Summer 1982), 10-11.

Sze, Arthur
   
Archipelago, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 46 (Spring 1996), 46-48.
   The Redshifting Web: Poems 1970-1998, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Spring 1999), 46.

Szymborska, Wislava
   
The Joy of Writing, trans. by Joanna Trzeciak, 50 (Summer 2000), 30; On Death, without Exaggeration, trans. by Joanna Trzeciak, ibid., 31.

Szymborska, Wislawa
   
Miracle Fair, trans. by Joanna Trzeciak, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 56 (Fall 2005), 47.