Volume 38, Number 3
Gina Masucci MacKenzie's Introduction to Focus: Genius
Daniel T. O'Hara reviews Catherine Malabou, Carolyn Shread, trans. of Before Tomorrow
Eric Savoy's "Why, Oh Why?"
Robert T. Tally, Jr.'s "An Anagogical Education"
Tina Barr's "White Target"
Gina Masucci MacKenzie reviews Lin-Manuel Mirada and Jeremy McCarter's Hamilton: The Revolution
Daniel Rosenberg Nutters reviews Mark Edmundson's Why Write?
Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "Publishing Genius"
Feature: Cover Lover
Robert Kramer reviews Richard Schiffman and Simon Perchik, What the Dust Doesn't Know and The B Poems
Laurel Kallen reivews Pamela L. Laskin's Ronit & Jamil
Andrew DOrkin reviews Vinciane Despret, Brett Buchanan, trans., What Would Animals Say If We Asked the Right Question?
Karen Corinne Herceg reviews Jorge Armenteros's Air
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright reviews Michael McClure's Mephistos & Other Poems
Mitch Highfall reviews Michael Gottlieb's What We Do
Kevin Catalano reviews D. Foy's Patricide
Stephanie Rauschenbusch reviews Sabra Moore's Openings
Iris Lee Stoler reviews Daniel Shapiro's Women at the Cusp of Twilight
Katie James reviews Jaimee Wriston Colbert's Wild Things
Luanne Smith reviews Valerie Bandura's Freak Show
Holly Brown reviews Petra Kuppers's Pearl Stitch
Charles Alexander reviews Curtis Faville and Robert Griener, eds., The Collected Poems of Larry Eigner
Christopher A.P. Nelson reviews Ron Cooper's The Gospel of the Twin
Jill Powers reviews Jen George's The Babysitter at Rest
Marc Jampole reviews Joe Dolce's Brave New Weed
Page 2 -- Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "The Writer Who Tried to Save the World
From Our Own -- Jacob Oliver reviews Joseph D. Haske's North Dixie Highway
Scenes -- Two Lines Press -- An interview with CJ Evans
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