Essays Fall/Winter 2006
by Olga Broumas
THE POETIC WORD AS HOME AND THE WORLD: Introduction to Slovenian Poetry
by Robert Titan Felix, translated by Martha Kosir-Widenbauer
by Lillian Baker Kennedy
The Modern Poetry of China: Introduction By Michael Day
Matter Over MindXi Chuan's Poetry By Maghiel van Crevel
One Woman's Jonesing for Wonder By Gail Wronsky
Introduction to chapbook By Dzvinia Orlowsky
Introduction to The Artist as Alice: A Photographer's Life By Darcy Cummings To Be the Roots: Introduction to Latvian Feature. By J.C. Todd
The Butterfly's Apology by Māris Salējs
Do I or don't I. . . By Edvīns Raups
Poetry By Knuts Skujenieks
A Defense of Poetic Witness. By Aliki Barnstone
How Eva Victoria Perera Learned To Fly with Chagall By Aliki Barnstone
The Imaginative Life and the Social Responsibility
By Alison Croggon
Time to Transplant: In Memory of Nijole
Miliauskaite By Laima Sruoginis
Introduction to Queensland Poetry By Liz Hall-Downs.
Fit of Passion: Public Performance of the
Poetry of Gender By Liz Hall-Downs (with Kim Downs).
"The Nation Sings:" By Laima Sruoginis.
"more modestly I look on lithuanian poetry:" By J.C.Todd.
Commentary By Kornelijus Platelis, Sigitas Geda, Laurynas Katkus, Giedre Kazlauskaite.
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Mastering the Master:
Appropriations of Crisis Conversion in the Poems of 1862
By Aliki Barnstone.