Contents

Poetry

Adonis – Tree
Adonis – Tree
Niall McDevitt – The Jewess
Margo Berdeshevsky – Lilith As a Babe
Khaled Mattawa – Psalms for Poseidon
John McCullough – The Crystal Palace
Toby Martinez de las Rivas – The White Road
Gunner Harding – Créole
Phillip Alvaré – Heron
Nina Zivancevic – Berlin
Rasha Livada – Purgatory
James Womack – Pathfinder
Helen Moore – Hedge Fund
Robert Rehder – Full Circle
Robert Rehder – Frank’s Chapel
Sudeep Sen – Almaya, Jaffa
Oliver Dixon – Filial Love
Matthew Sweeney – Study in Yellow with Poodles
Miklós Radnóti – Picture Postcards
Richard Parker – The Punctual Tern
Astrid van Baalen – Paul Celan Act IV, Scene III
K.L. Walker – Seeing if Off Right
Sophie Robinson – we too are drifting
Peter Reading – Exponential
Oliver Dixon – Local History
John McCullough – The Snail and Miss Fothergill
Fiona Curran – Never Try to Outswim a Bear
Margo Berdeshevsky – Un-traveling

Reviews and Critical Prose

The Wolf Interview: Ruth Padel

The Wolf Book Reviews:
Words in Air: The Complete Correspondence between
Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell
Herzzeit: Ingeborg Bachmann – Paul Celan.
Der Briefwechsel

‘I Am Not A Gay Writer’ –
Homosexuality and British Poetry

The Wolf Book Review:
Avia by Nathaniel Tarn

The Modernist Magazines Project

Acknowledgements

The Wolf 20 acknowledges and is grateful
for the support of:

The Arts Council England, Colourworks Digital.

Ruth Padel, Alfred Corn, Astrid van Baalen, John McCullough,
Todd Swift, Stephen Rogers, Sandeep Parmar and Kim Howey
for providing the critical content for this issue.

*****

The Wolf is additionally grateful to Al Lapkovsky
for his original artwork and to all of The Wolf team
for their ongoing support.

Many thanks to the contributing poets, translators, publishers,
and all those who submitted their work.

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The Wolf is now accepting submissions for issue 21
due out late July 2009.

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