IOWA REVIEW: Volume 44, Number 1 (Spring 2014)

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IOWA REVIEW: Volume 44, Number 1 (Spring 2014)

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Pages (PDF): 202
Publisher: Iowa Review
Purchase includes: MOBI & PDF

 

IN THIS ISSUE

What is an ash tree, or Liberace?, dusting the Buddha, finding you more indispensable than the serial comma, poles materializing in driveways, boys drawing cats, playing Captain Radiation after Chernobyl, a Mennonite auctioneer, and finding love in someone else's house

Poetry

Douglas Kearney | In the End, They Were Born on TV
Anthony Robinson | South Bend | Report
Norman Dubie | Jericho Radio | Children Standing in the Mist
Melissa Broder | Hope This Helps
Michael Robins | Never Get Sober | The Dumb Few
Sarah Crossland | The Boy Who Drew Cats
Michael Tyrell | Mirages | Delicatessen
Amber Tamblyn | Judith Barsi | Peg Entwistle | Laurel Gene

Fiction

Jeff Bender | The Guard
Mai Nardone | Beneath the Mountain
Pedro Mairal | Personal Hypnotizer (translated by Jennifer Croft)
Joe Aguilar | Poles
Maria Kuznetsova | The Accident
Zhang Yueran | A Room of One’s Own (translated by Jeremy Tiang)

Essays

Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel | Liberace and the Ash Tree
Nina R. Mishkin | Falling Off the Roof
Robert S. Brunk | Selling Everything

Interviews

Marjorie Perloff and Vanessa Place | How Poetic Is It?: A Conversation
Stephen Voyce | Of the Subcontract: An Interview with Nick Thurston

Reviews

Rebecca Morgan Frank | Kiki Petrosino’s Hymn for the Black Terrific
Anis Shivani | Dave Brinks’s The Secret Brain: Selected Poems 1995–2012

Artwork

Maury Gortemiller | Do the Priest in Different Voices

 

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