The Wolf 34

Vahni Capildeo – After Hávamál
Golan Haji – Before Me
Marilyn Hacker – Ghazal: The Dark Times
Suzanne Gardinier – Martyrs' Square
Fady Joudah – Colored Rings
Oliver Dixon – Onset
Allen Fisher – No Longer Alone
Vivek Narayanan – Hard (Ravana's Room)
Adrian Clarke – from Peripherals
Maung Day – We Know They Hate Us
Shannon Eden – 54.0104° N, 2.7877° W
G.C. Waldrep – Fatherland
John Hennessy – I'LL BE YOUR SLAVE H
Matthew Sweeney – Out of This World
Keith Jebb – ni
Tina Cane – Letter for Elena Ferrante: Two Tongues
Lucija Stupica – Dublin
John Kinsella – Sweeney Deplores the Rise of the Fascists

Translation Feature: Sonia Bueno & Hasier Larretxea

The Wolf Artist in Residence: Mohamad Omran

The Wolf Interview: Vahni Capildeo

Robert Sheppard – Gap Gardening: Selected Poems of Rosmarie Waldrop

Lindsay Turner – ShallCross and The C.D. Wright

Omar Sabbagh – The Poems of Basil Bunting

Suzanne Gardinier – Notes from Havana




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