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Winter 2017/18

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.


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 


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


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

Terrance Manning, Jr. | Protecting the Pit 

Julie Marie Wade | 503A 


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


Rachel Z. Arndt | Alexandra Kleeman’s Intimations 


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

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