The Wolf 17

April 2008

Print edition contents

  • Siddhartha Bose - Nameless
  • Andrea Brady - End of Days
  • Jonathan Morley - Iberian Baroque
  • Robert Stein - Scotland Dead
  • James Womack - Intercuts
  • Colin Honnor - Duke's Own
  • Saw Wai - The Collapse of Power
  • Simon Haworth - The Nightwatch
  • Ahren Warner - Homage to E3
  • Kate Potts - Proof, Maybe
  • Kate Potts - Compendium of Water
  • Stephen Watts - The Faces of Kobi Nazrul
  • Andrea Brady - A Ghazal for M, 14.ii.2007
  • Kit Fan - Handwriting
  • James Womack - The True Scholar
  • Emmanuel Lequeux - The building which…
  • Christopher North - A Bit of Gertrude Stein…
  • Heinz Czechowski - Sic transit gloria mundi
  • Heinz Czechowski - The City, World
  • Robert Minhinnick - A Porthcawl Dolphin
  • E Kristin Anderson - At Sea
  • Joe Dunthorne - Portrait of an Art Historian
  • Phillip Alvaré - A Picture of my Mother (Icarus Lamb)
  • Phillip Alvaré - Cut Here
  • Jonathan Morley - On first looking into Cecily Jones's…
  • Niall McDevitt - Canal (The mirror of simple annihilated souls)
  • Paul Stubbs - The End of the Trial of Man
  • Paul Stubbs - Head VI, 1949
  • Robert Stein - Implausible Craft
  • Ziba Karbassi - Collage Twelve
  • Agnieszka Studzinska - Hotel
  • Christopher North - Russian Trio - Garden Centre - Teulada
  • Luis Antonio de Villena - Wandering Cleric
  • The Wolf Interviews: Poetry Editors
  • The Wolf Reviews: Here, Bullet and Birdsong on the Seabed
  • A Response to the Letters of Ted Hughes - Keith Sagar, Terry Gifford and Daniel Weissbort
  • 'Resurrected Against the Rules': Robert Duncan's H.D. - Amy Evans
  • Not an Apology: Mina Loy's Geniuses - Sandeep Parmar
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
 

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