New Letters magazine

Volume 72 No. 2 (winter, 2006)

  • Editor's Note

  • 6 /

    "All That I Remember"

    , Robert Stewart
  • Interview

  • 81 /

    The Scrupulous Attention, an interview with Mark Strand

    , conducted by Robert Stewart
  • Essays & Articles

  • 10 /

    32nd Running of the Tempus Stakes

    , Moe Folk
  • 65 /

    The Art of Revising

    , Jorie Graham
  • 121 /

    The Beautiful City of Tirzah, first place, the Dorothy Churchill Cappon Prize for the Essay

    , Harrison Fletcher
  • Fiction

  • 43 /

    Into the Holy of Holies

    , Brian Weinberg
  • 109 /

    Putting Things Together, first place, the Alexander Patterson Cappon Prize for Fiction

    , Mary A. Porto
  • 141 / Denouement, Brian Doyle
  • 155 /

    The Horse in Our History

    , Daniel Woodrell
  • Poetry

  • 35 / Little Immortality Poem, Peter Cooley
  • 36 / What Fact?, Peter Cooley
  • 37 /

    The World According to Peter

    , Peter Cooley
  • 38 / Ghazal for the Feast of All Saints, Lynn Domina
  • 40 / Quail, Dore Kiesselbach
  • 41 / Chronological Incident, Dore Kiesselbach
  • 95 / Man and Camel, Mark Strand
  • 96 / Mother and Son, Mark Strand
  • 97 / Cake, Mark Strand
  • 98 / 2032, Mark Strand
  • 99 / Fire, Mark Strand
  • 101 /

    Effigy of John Donne in His Death Shroud, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 102 /

    John Donne on His Deathbed, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 104 /

    Flap Anatomy, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 106 /

    Miss La La at the Circus, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 107 /

    The Gorgons, first place, the New Letters Prize for Poetry

    , Nadine Meyer
  • 144 / Fifteen-year-old Girl Weeps Stones, David Citino
  • 145 / I Want To Be Alone. Please Call, David Citino
  • 146 /

    Don't Want No—Can't Get No—Ain't Got No

    , Richard A. Jones
  • 148 / After Reading Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus and Philosophical Investigations Again, Richard A. Jones
  • 149 / Pia Louise of the Pink Palace, Nance Van Winckel
  • 150 / from Ordinary Time, Christine Gelineau
  • 151 / from What Holiness is Left Us, Christine Gelineau
  • 152 / We Have Taken Trees With Us, Harry Humes
  • 153 / View Toward the Barn in March, Harry Humes
  • Reviews & Commentaries

  • 164 /

    Famous Poets and Other Oxymorons, on the new book by Lucia Perillo

    , Amy Lemmon
  • 167 /

    What Their Lives Embody: Storytelling as a Gift, on the stories of R. M. Kinder

    , Catherine Browder
  • 171 /

    The Good Harvest, on the poetry of Van K. Brock

    , Christine Meyer Ponsford
  • Artwork

  • 0 /

    Allegrias, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 0 /

    Mother and Son, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 0 /

    Man and Camel, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 9 /

    No. 317, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 34 /

    Encore, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 42 /

    Gift Horse, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 64 /

    Detail of canvas Fire, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 64 /

    fold out and canvases, pages 64, 75-79.

    , Mark Strand
  • 75 /

    Fire, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 76 /

    Cake, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 77 /

    Detail of canvas Cake, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 78 /

    2032, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 79 /

    Detail of canvas 2032, drawing on canvas

    , Mark Strand
  • 108 /

    Timepiece, ceramic vessel

    , Rudy Autio
  • 136 /

    No. 151, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 142 /

    No. 167, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 143 /

    No. 169, Horses, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • 154 /

    No. 72, photograph

    , Michael Eastman
  • Notes on Contributors

  • 179 /

    Notes on Contributors to This Issue

    ,
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