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Winter 2017/18

 47-3
Winter 2017/18
47/3 Cover: "Del Rio"
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In this issue: pugs and Ms. Pac-Man, growing up in Pittsburgh, wedding parties, bodies and boundaries, an archived interview with James Alan McPherson, one mother's last wish, and winners of the 2017 Iowa Review Awards.

Poetry 

Mikko Harvey | Amy 

Catherine Cafferty | How Sweet 

Melissa Barrett | The Brain Names Itself | Asbestos at Best | I Am Both Worse and Better Than | You Thought | Ponds of Blondes | Skinny Wisdom | More Praise for Stephen King | Death Die Dead 

Dustin Hellberg | Pap 

Kazim Ali | Saraswati Puja 

Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley | notes grandpa gave the search party upon his rescue 

Matthew Gwathmey |Love Is a Ship of Fools Crashing into Revivalist Shores | Love Is a Psych Ward Patrolled by Too Many Orderlies 

Kelsi Vanada | This Is the Horse Poem I’ve Been Trying to Write 

Stephanie Burt | Callimachus’s Hymn to Athena 

Kimberly Kruge | A Phenomenalist’s Guide to the Block | Panther in the Primavera 

Niki Neems | Like a Built-In Doubletake 


Fiction 

Amber Dermont | So What If I Love You That’s None of Your Business 

Sean Gill | The Marked Book 

Joy Baglio | End Grain 

Laura Kolbe | Crimes of Paris 

Simon Han | Story Yellers 

Kate Berson | Otros 

Taylor Koekkoek | The Wedding Party


Essays

Andrew Irwin Epstein | Dispatches from Khartoum: Lollipop Diplomacy and the Muddy Banjo Blues 

Terrance Manning, Jr. | Protecting the Pit 

Julie Marie Wade | 503A 


Interview 

Cammy Brothers | “There Is No White Culture in This Country”: An Interview with James Alan McPherson


Review 

Rachel Z. Arndt | Alexandra Kleeman’s Intimations 


Artwork

Jennifer Colville | Bodies, Boundaries, and Borderlands: The Work of Fidencio Fifield-Perez and David Taylor 

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