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ISSUE

22

Winter 2015

"Everyone who is alive has a ghost inside them, don't they?" –Kelly Link's ​N​ew Boyfriend; ​Jamel Brinkley's Lucky Man; ​​fiction from Kathmandu by Prawin Adhikari; John Haskell remembers George Trow; Julia Cooke ​participates in​ the Parable Conference; ​​new fiction by​ ​Garth Greenwell​ and Anna Noyes​; poems by Maria d'Arezzo, Caroline Knox, Kevin Prufer, and others; and introducing Andrea Maturana.

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Party with Poets

Brooklyn, NY | March 10

Join us in celebrating the release of Please Excuse this Poem: 100 New Poets for the Next Generation, an anthology of poetry for young adults edited by Brett Fletcher Lauer and Lynn Melnick.

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APS at HiFi

New York, NY | March 5

APS will partner with the HiFi Reading Series for a night highlighting the work of our contributors. Come have a drink with us and hear readings from John Haskell, Anna Noyes, and Emerging Writer Fellows Vanessa Hutchinson and April Wolfe.

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Rae Armantrout

Give Pause | APS 22

Before we knew / what pleasure meant / we were multiplying, / going forth / into surrounding space / until all space / was pain.


Young Skins
Colin Barrett Young Skins
The Last Two Seconds
Mary Jo Bang The Last Two Seconds

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