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Julia Peck
cover art

'Somali Refugees,' photographs, 2006 (front cover background image: Installation, Bates College Museum of Art, by Astrid Bowlby)

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Mary Greene
cover design

Beloit Poetry Journal

Vol. 64 No. 2

, guest editor

translated by 
the Editors
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the Editors
translated by 
the Editors

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

translated by 
Michael Bazzett
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Michael Bazzett
translated by 
Michael Bazzett

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

translated by 
Michael Bazzett
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Michael Bazzett
translated by 
Michael Bazzett

The Differences

The Differences

The Differences

The Differences

The Differences

The Differences

translated by 
John Canaday
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John Canaday
translated by 
John Canaday

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

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Herbert Woodward Martin

Beware

Beware

Beware

Beware

Beware

Beware

translated by 
James Hoch
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James Hoch
translated by 
James Hoch

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

translated by 
D. E. Steward
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D. E. Steward
translated by 
D. E. Steward

Junea

Junea

Junea

Junea

Junea

Junea

translated by 
David Moolten
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David Moolten
translated by 
David Moolten

Korczak

Korczak

Korczak

Korczak

Korczak

Korczak

translated by 
Greg Wrenn
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Greg Wrenn
translated by 
Greg Wrenn

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

translated by 
Nicelle Davis
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Nicelle Davis
translated by 
Nicelle Davis

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

translated by 
Carol Ann Davis
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Carol Ann Davis
translated by 
Carol Ann Davis

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

translated by 
Carol Ann Davis
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Carol Ann Davis
translated by 
Carol Ann Davis

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

translated by 
Carol Ann Davis
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Carol Ann Davis
translated by 
Carol Ann Davis

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

translated by 
Roald Hoffman
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Roald Hoffman
translated by 
Roald Hoffman

With, or Against

With, or Against

With, or Against

With, or Against

With, or Against

With, or Against

translated by 
Kevin Ducey
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Kevin Ducey
translated by 
Kevin Ducey

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

translated by 
Lee Sharkey
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Lee Sharkey
translated by 
Lee Sharkey

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

by 
Lee Sharkey

Hadara Bar-Nadav, The Frame Called Ruin

Hadara Bar-Nadav, Lullaby (with Exit Sign)

David Ferry, Bewilderment

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS
COMING SOON

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS
COMING SOON

Beloit Poetry Journal

Vol. 64 No. 2

, guest editor

translated by 
the Editors
*
the Editors

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

Twentieth Annual Chad Walsh Poetry Prize

by 
the Editors
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Michael Bazzett
*
Michael Bazzett

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

The Field Beyond the Wall

by 
Michael Bazzett
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Michael Bazzett
*
Michael Bazzett

The Differences

The Differences

The Differences

by 
Michael Bazzett
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
John Canaday
*
John Canaday

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

General Leslie Groves Counts to Zero

by 
John Canaday
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
*
Herbert Woodward Martin

Beware

Beware

Beware

by 
Herbert Woodward Martin
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
James Hoch
*
James Hoch

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

Overview Effect

by 
James Hoch
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
D. E. Steward
*
D. E. Steward

Junea

Junea

Junea

by 
D. E. Steward
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
David Moolten
*
David Moolten

Korczak

Korczak

Korczak

by 
David Moolten
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Greg Wrenn
*
Greg Wrenn

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

from The Labyrinth: An Essay in Seven Movements

by 
Greg Wrenn
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Nicelle Davis
*
Nicelle Davis

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

Hairstylist Sam Villa—Premiere Orlando Main Stage

by 
Nicelle Davis
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Carol Ann Davis
*
Carol Ann Davis

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

Eva Hesse #1 (Blank as Faces)

by 
Carol Ann Davis
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Carol Ann Davis
*
Carol Ann Davis

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

Eva Hesse #6 (If you go hungry if you go tired & Kettwig 1964 entries left flush)

by 
Carol Ann Davis
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Carol Ann Davis
*
Carol Ann Davis

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

Eva Hesse #7 (No Title, 1960/61) (I name it our lady of sorrows and apologize for my absence as violence from present life intrudes & Dietrich Bonhoeffer begins talking to both of us)

by 
Carol Ann Davis
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Roald Hoffman
*
Roald Hoffman

With, or Against

With, or Against

With, or Against

by 
Roald Hoffman
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Kevin Ducey
*
Kevin Ducey

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

Mrs. McCormack's Children

by 
Kevin Ducey
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 
translated by 
Lee Sharkey
*
Lee Sharkey

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

BOOKS IN BRIEF: Poems in Conversation

by 
Lee Sharkey
,
 
 and 
,
 
 and 
, and 

Hadara Bar-Nadav, The Frame Called Ruin

Hadara Bar-Nadav, Lullaby (with Exit Sign)

David Ferry, Bewilderment

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS
COMING SOON

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS
COMING SOON

Beloit Poetry Journal

Vol. 64 No. 2

, guest editor

Including contributions from:

Michael Bazzett
Michael Bazzett
John Canaday
John Canaday
Carol Ann Davis
Carol Ann Davis
Nicelle Davis
Nicelle Davis
Kevin Ducey
Kevin Ducey
James Hoch
James Hoch
Herbert Woodward Martin
Herbert Woodward Martin
David Moolten
David Moolten
Lee Sharkey
Lee Sharkey
D. E. Steward
D. E. Steward
Greg Wrenn
Greg Wrenn
Julia Peck
Julia Peck
Mary Greene
Mary Greene
Roald Hoffman
Roald Hoffman

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS
COMING SOON

FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS
COMING SOON