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— Frank Attanasia
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Articles
Nathan Parker
Portrait of a Brother as a Pink Elephant Poking Around a Camp
Tell Them Little Moth
Al Maginnes
Experience
Million Dollar Baby
Reviewed by Rawn James, Jr.
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Maureen Alsop
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Volume VI,
No. 1
Ander Monson
Elegy for Wallace and Elegy for Tuna,  
    Regurgitated Whole and Sometimes on a Stoop
Frank Matagrano
Raising the Titanic
Harvey Goldner
Dirty Old Man's Chinese Love Song
Simone dos Anjos
The Matador
Greg McBride
The Crow
An Interview with Ander Monson
Ander Monson
Adam Hartman
The Moaning of Some Heavenly Spheres
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