New Letters magazine

Volume 76 No. 3 (spring 2010)

  • Editor's Note

  • 7 /

    Out in the World

    , Stewart Robert
  • Essays & Articles

  • 64 / Introduction to Banana-Fiber Dolls Work for Art and Orphans,
  • 121 / Juventutem Mean, Gary Gildner
  • Fiction

  • 9 / The Greatest Show, Michael Downs
  • 51 / After Office, G. C. Young
  • 73 / Where I am Now, Robert Day
  • Poetry

  • 31 / The Bus of God, Maureen Seaton
  • 36 / Cooking with Medicine, Chad McCracken
  • 42 / The All-Dressed-Up-and-Going-Nowhere Ghosts, David Clewell
  • 61 / Kenmore Hotel, 1965, Andrea Hollander Budy
  • 62 / The Coffee Klatsch, Susan Grigsby
  • 101 / Call it Fondness, Daniel Lusk
  • 104 / Shooting Stanford White, Daniel Lusk
  • 105 / Alphabet of Ash, Norman Lock
  • 106 / Alphabet of Austerity, Norman Lock
  • 107 / Alphabet of the Blind, Norman Lock
  • 108 / Alphabet of Branches, Norman Lock
  • 109 / Alphabet of Cranes, Norman Lock
  • 110 / Alphabet of Grief, Norman Lock
  • 112 / Working the Links, Alice Friman
  • 114 / Advice, Gary Soto
  • 116 / The Flower World, Brian Swann
  • 118 / The Drowned Boy, Brian Swann
  • 119 / Moonlight's, Stuart Friebert
  • 152 / Valentine's Day, 1972, Edward Morin
  • 156 / Credit, Richard Terrill
  • 158 / The Death, Mark Irwin
  • 159 / To a Placenta, Lately Attached to My Newborn Daughter, Lance Larsen
  • Reviews & Commentaries

  • 160 / Cuba in Waiting, on the photographs of Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, Conger Beasley Jr.
  • 165 / New Model for Surrealism, on the poetry of Mathias Svalina, Phil Estes
  • 167 / Baby's First Words, on the poetry of Dora Malech, Danielle Sellers
  • 169 / Something Good in the State of Denmark, on the fiction of Thomas E. Kennedy, Thomas McCarthy
  • 171 / Pleasantness and Pretense, on the poetry of Tara Bray, Katie Manning
  • Artwork

  • 0 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, front (detail) and back cover, photograph by E. G. Shempf, Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 8 / Ticket Window, St. Louis, Mo., photgraph, Roger Pfingston
  • 35 / Dancers, Las Cruces, N.M., photgraph, Roger Pfingston
  • 50 / Closed Opera House, St. Louis, Mo., photograph, Roger Pfingston
  • 65 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Caroline Shteamer
  • 66 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Shea Gordon
  • 66 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Lou Marak
  • 67 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Charmalee Gunaratne
  • 67 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Stephanie Leedy
  • 68 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Philomene Bennett
  • 68 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Linda Lighton
  • 69 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Janet Kuemmerlein
  • 69 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Amy Meya
  • 70 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Fiona Gowin
  • 70 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Peregrine Honig
  • 71 / Banana-Fiber Doll, sculpture, Tom Corbin
  • 72 / Day Car, watercolor, Kathryn Jankus Day
  • 120 / Pipe, St. Louis, Mo., photgraph, Roger Pfingston
  • 151 / Wizard, photgraph, Roger Pfingston
  • Notes on Contributors

  • 176 /

    Notes on Contributors in This Issue

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Tracy K. Smith has been named the next U.S. Poet Laureate!

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