The Wolf 18

August 2008

Print edition contents

Poetry

  • Alvin Pang - Aubade
  • Adam Day - Diorama ...
  • Josephine Balmer - Landed
  • Wang Xiaoni - Betraying Cloth
  • Ellen Hinsey - On the Midnight Dialogue ...
  • Brian Henry - Skin & Stain
  • Brian Henry - A Piece of House
  • Norbert Hirschhorn - Poem in Two Voices
  • Mary Michaels - Caret Mark
  • Penelope Shuttle - Ezra Pound is Dead
  • Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkalo - Meat
  • Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkalo - Mon
  • Ailbhe Darcy - Caw Poem
  • C L Dallat - Child Edward's Darkest Hour
  • C L Dallat - Too Much Reality
  • Adam Day - Anoosh's Obituary for Himself …
  • O M Lamb - On the Death of Angus Fairhurst
  • Nina Zivancevic - The Elizabethans …
  • Vladimir Mayakovsky - Could you?
  • Vladimir Mayakovsky - Brooklyn Bridge
  • Alvin Pang - Taste
  • Simon Turner - The Uncertainty Principle
  • Nanos Valaoritis - Fasci Berlusconi & Co…
  • Miltos Sachtouris - Journey
  • Penelope Shuttle - The Scattering

Reviews , Poems and Critical Prose

  • The Wolf Introduces: From the Notebooks of Peter Redgrove
  • Peter Redgrove - Thou Makest For Me A Skin
  • Scientist into Poet: The Emergence of Peter Redgrove
  • The Wolf (Re)Introduces: Paul Morand's Nice - Translated by Ezra Pound
  • Paul Morand - Nice
  • Apology or Defence? Choosing a Poet Laureate
  • The Wolf Reviews: Three Debut Collections - Peter Davidson's The Palace of Oblivion, Kelly Grovier's A Lens in the Palm, Valeria Melchioretto's The End of Limbo
  • The Wolf Review: Stephen Romer's Yellow Studio
  • In Conversation with Robert Minhinnick
  • James Merrill and the Postmodern Breakthrough
  • James Merrill - A Tenancy
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgements


 

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