The Wolf 14

March 2007

Print edition contents

  • Editorial
  • Carolyn Forché – Museum of Stones
  • John Kinsella – Rapture 4: Pelican
  • Philip Alvaré – Fraticidal
  • Robin Ford – Valhallas
  • Kate Potts – Ghost No. 1
  • Nessa O'Mahony – Snake Tale
  • R Clark Morrow – Thermometer Dialectic
  • R Clark Morrow – Tangent and Trajectory
  • The Wolf Review – Transgressions (Jack Gilbert)
  • Jack Gilbert – The Forgotten Dialect of the Heart
  • Alfred Corn – Bond Street Station Underground
  • Giles Goodland – The Spider Tenses
  • Calroline Carver – Midsummer Wood
  • Nason Vayenas – Clean Curtains
  • Linda Kornasky – Out of Mind/Body
  • Kate Noakes – Pedernal Mountains, New Mexico
  • Christopher Twigg – Broken Glass
  • Richard Margraff Turley – Seven Bridges of Könisberg
  • Christopher Barnes – Self-Portrait with Pipe
  • Christopher Barnes – A Man is About to Go Mad in Jesmond
  • Bruce Neidt – Character Assassin
  • André Mangeot – Henry's Last Hurrah
  • The Wolf Interview – Carolyn Forché
  • Carolyn Forché – Fisherman
  • Sandeep Parmar – Homecoming
  • Kevin Higgins – The Great Purge
  • John Kinsella – Canto of the Small Threshing Floors
  • Caroline Carver – Tooth and Claw
  • Marianne Burton – Feet on My Summer Course
  • Roger Caldwell – Buenos Aires, 1934
  • Kirby Olson – Sunday, May 4th, 2003
  • David Kessel – Hillside, Llangattock
  • Gareth Jones – The Thought Fox (Urban House Remix)
  • The Wolf Reviews (Paul Muldoon and Patti Smith)
  • John O'Donoghue – The Use of the Exclamation Mark…
  • Nasos Vayenas – Kleanthis
  • Branimir Bojic – Cannibals
  • Roddy Lumsden – Shoreline Charismatic
  • Goethe: Faust Part 1 –
  • Contributors notes

Images included in this issue are titled as follows: front cover – Bullets and Rings, page 8 – Broken, page 14 – Calligraphy, page 21 – Iron, page 35 – By the Shore, page 53 – Different Paths, Same Destination. All by Irras Han

 

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