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NDR 37, cover, what's up

Winter/Spring 2014

What's Up

Issue 37

What's Up delivers a literary feast for the connoisseur. Readers will enjoy outstanding prose from David Black, Douglas Silver, and Corinne Demas, among others. Additionally, Issue 37 features wonderful poetry by Michael Anania, Peter Marcus, Lisa Ampleman, and Daniel Tobin, to name just a few. This issue of NDR promises many enjoyments for our valued audience.

 

Here is our web extra from the print edition, David Black's What Would it Take.

Robert Kareka

cover/art

Muddy Feet; Amoco

Weblink

 

Douglas Silver

story

Oklahoma City

 

Alfred Corn

poetry

Face; Hanging Out to Dry; In a Bottle 

 

Brian Swann

poetry

The Net of Indra; A Little Leaky Roof 

 

Renée E. D'Aoust

essay

Harry & Dancer

Weblinks

 

Daniel Tobin

poetry

From The Most Ancient Light in the Most Ancient Sky

Author Photo

Weblink

 

Abdourahman Waberi translated by Nancy Naomi Carlson

poetry

Acacia; elegy for a fly; Yesterday's Tales

Nancy Naomi Carlson photo

Nancy Naomi Carlson Extended Bio

Nancy Naomi Carlson weblinks

 

John Fenlon Hogan

poetry

Thurifer; Not Enough

 

Anthony Opal

poetry

God proctors the exam, does a headstand;  Grace of the dog's white pawed feet is the first

Author Photo

Interview

Weblinks

 

Ana Blandiana translated by Paul Scott Derrick and Viorica Patea

poetry

Ties; Molecules of Calcium

Weblinks

 

Corinne Demas

story

The Clock

 

Todd Davis

poetry

At the Raptor Rehabilitation Center; Drouth

 

Michael Hettich

poetry

The Harvest; The Lesson; To Blow Away, Like Mist

Author Photo

Sunday Morning

Certain Constellations

and we were nearly children

Weblinks

 

Michael Perkins

memoir

Beats & Bronk 

Weblinks

 

John Matthias

essay

At Large: The Music of Poetry and the Poetry of Music

 

Nick Ripatrazone

review

Evangelizing Flannery

Review (pdf)

 

Mark Scroggins

review

Resignation and Independence

Review (pdf)

 

Editors Select

Craig Nova, Joan Silber, Kristen Iversen, Courtney McDermott, Holly Thompson. Mark Brazaitis, Cris Mazza, Orlando Ricardo Menes, Conor O'Callaghan, Kathleen Aponick, Maria Eugenia Vaz Ferreira, Blas Falconer, Jeffrey Pethybridge, Ciaran Carson, Aidan Semmens, Christopher Merrill, Richard Burgin

short reviews

reviews

Michael Anania

poetry

A Most Familiar and Infallible Rule: Four Austin Pieces;

A Transcription in Passing 

 

David Black

story

What Would It Take

 

Lisa Ampleman

poetry

Quarry; Pyrite

Quarry (audio)

Pyrite (audio)

 

Richard Berengarten

poetry

Biting Through

 

R.D. Skillings

memoir

M'dear

Extended Bio

 

Peter Marcus

poetry

The Same Dust; Pagan at Garni; Scales, Sevastopol

 

Gloria Whelan

story

The Poisoned Chalice

 

Harry Mark Petrakis

memoir

A Tale of Two Wives

 

Daniel Donaghy

poetry

Pigeon Man, Grafton Street; What Cement is Made of

Author Photo

Extended Bio

Weblinks

 

Michael Perkins

poetry

The Gospel of His Life as Written by His Enemies;

I Contain Multitudes; Patterns

Weblinks

 

Jarda Cervenka

stories

Three Shorter Short Stories

Author Photo

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Lucy

Author Commentary

 

 

Rumit Pancholi

poetry

Bifurcate at L'Enfant

 

John J. Clayton

story

Whispers

 

Daniel Morris

review

Tech support says "Dead Don Walking": Tradition, the Internet,

and Individual Talent

Review (pdf)

Works Cited (pdf)

 

John Sitter

review

Poems of Our Climate: American Ecopoetry

Review (pdf)

 

Norman Finkelstein

review

The New ARK

Review (pdf)

 

Contributors

Contributor notes