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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.

Table of Contents


public access

Christopher Janke

Psalm Made of Silk | APS 10

The psalm is a door
that tears me.

The soul of a worm
contains enormous

wings.

public access

Robert Sullivan

Almanac | APS 16

"It has been argued that America’s war for independence marked a shift in colonial society, roughly put, from circles to lines." To kick off the Fourth, follow Robert Sullivan on a panoramic trek through Revolutionary battlegrounds with "Almanac," in APS 16.

Event

Nick Flynn

Brooklyn, NY | July 9

Nick Flynn will read from his latest poetry collection, My Feelings (Graywolf, 2015), at BookCourt. Flynn is the author of the poetry collections Some Ether (2000), Blind Huber (2002), and The Captain Asks for a Show of Hands (2011), also from Graywolf.


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