'Kiwis,' woodcut, Huxian, China
A Gypsy Sings of the '89 Massacre
The lightest word they used was animal
Five American Sentences
from The Poet of Schools
Can we, can we get along?
Requiem for Used Ignition Cap
The Orange Sonata
[So the girl, San Jie]
In the Low Houses
That Which There Are No Words For
Postcards from Paris and Valdosta
The Buried in Sleep and Wine Hotel
The Grant Me the Stamina to Pray Extended Stay Motel
The Western Edge of a Time Zone Hotel
On 'Africa Time'
To Heidegger at Todtnauberg, 1967
BOOKS IN BRIEF: What Ghosts Know
Traci Brimhall, Our Lady of the Ruins
Cole Swensen, Gravesend
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