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              “We go down to the sea and set sail
                for a world beyond war,
                knowing we will never find it.
                We are not heroes.
                We sail The Justice and The Mercy
                because these boats need rowing.”

                —from Habitation: Collected Poems by Sam Hamill




IN THIS ISSUE:

Shahar Bram

Wendy Burk

Jeff Friedman

Sam Hamill

George Kalamaras

Tedi López Mills

Mary Ellen Redmond

Tuvia Ruebner

Lisa Katz

Sam Taylor

Susan Terris

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Previous Issues

Fall2013/Winter2014: An interview with James Cherry by Kimberly Mathes, including a selection of poems. A Centenary Feature of the work of Robert Friend, including a chapbook of poems from Dancing with a Tiger. Translations of Natan Alterman, Yehuda Amichai, Yocheved Bat-Miriam, Haim Nachman Bialik, Federico García Lorca, Leah Goldberg, Uri Zvi Greenberg, Dan Pagis, Gabriel Preil, Rachel, Rainer Maria Rilke, Arthur Rimbaud, Yisroel Shtern, Claude Vigée, and David Vogel. Essays by Edward Field, Gabriel Levin, and Anthony Rudolf.

Fall2012/Winter2013: An interview and chapbook from Scottish poet, Brian Johnstone. Collaborations from Andre Bagoo and Luis Vasquez La Roche, Laura Bell and Ian Ganassi, Kaaren Kitchell and Richard Beban. Translations of The Battle of Maldon by Marijane Osborn, Elisabeth Rynell by Rita Dahl, Judita Vaičiūnaitė by Rimas Uzgiris, Tomaž Šalamun by Michael Thomas Taren. A chapbook by Aimee A. Norton and reviews.




Featured Interview

Sam Taylor

Sam Taylor

“Regardless, I’d say I’m even more convinced of the book’s vision for the only livable future. Many of us have always been citizens of, have always been fighting for, the republic of the heart — what Martín Espada perhaps called “The Republic of Poetry”—one nation of all people based in celebration and relationship rather than domination and alienation.”

Interviewed by Rebecca Seiferle.

Nude Descending an Empire

Nude Descending an Empire
by Sam Taylor.

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Translation


Tedi López Mills

Poems from Against the Current by Tedi López Mills translated from the Spanish by Wendy Burk.

Tuvia Ruebner

Poems by Tuvia Ruebner translated from the Hebrew by Lisa Katz and Shahar Bram.





Featured Book


Habitation: Collected Poems

Habitation:
Collected Poems

by Sam Hamill.

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Featured Chapbook

The Ocean Effect

The Ocean Effect
by Mary Ellen Redmond



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