Triquarterly 105: An International Journal of Writing, Art and Cultural Inquiry

Triquarterly 105: An International Journal of Writing, Art and Cultural Inquiry

by Susan Hahn (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780810159044
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Publication date: 09/28/1999
Edition description: 1
Pages: 243
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Susan Hahn was born and raised in and around Chicago. She is the author of numerous poetry collections, including Harriet Rubin's Mother's Wooden Hand (1991) and Incontinence (1993). 

Table of Contents

Through a Glass Darkly; Untimeliness, poems
Laurence Goldstein

The 17-Year-Old Locust; The God of Variables Laments; Neither/Nor; Yesteryear; The Goddess of Quotas Laments, poems
Yusef Komunyakaa

Paragraphs from a Day-Book, poem
Marilyn Hacker

Second Retreat: Knife-Sharpening at Vajrapani, poem
Peter Dale Scott

Interior: The Kill, poem
Carl Phillips

Dogs, poem
Marcus Cafagña

Shibusa, story
Mary Yukari Waters

Tusk, story
Anupa Anjali Srinivasan

Events Leading to the Conception of Solomon, the Wise Child, poem
Dannie Abse

Married Love, poem
Mark Rudman

Stalky the Clown, story
Ira Sadoff

Sweet, story
Edward Falco

Speed Bump, story
Stephen Dixon

Crawfordsville Confidential, poem
G. E. Murray

A Door; Geraniums, poems
Ann Townsend

Language of Departure; Rochester, poems
Peter Cooley

To a Friend Who Concedes Nothing; Home; The Lesson, poems
Paul Breslin

Sculpture; Fire-Eater, poems
Charles Rafferty

Teatro Natura, poem
Ricardo Pau-Llosa

The Woman Who Wanted to be Loved, poem
Jayanta Mahapatra

Hypatia; In No Mood, poem
Rachel Levine

Bloodknots, story
Ami Sands Brodoff

Summer Party, story
Patricia Lear

Thin End of the Wedge, story
William Lychack

Radical Neck, poem
Bob Hicok

Last Things; Moths, poems
Robert Cording

The Woman with Gravitas; Claims of the Past; The Unlived; The Bodily Beautiful; Eulogy for a Private Man; Two Sketches of Solitude, poems
Fred Drings

The Impossibility of Language, poem
Beth Ann Fennelly

The Butter Knife God; The God of Pepper; No Fool, the God of Salt, poems
Alan Michael Parker

Dusk; Resurrection, poems
Daniel Halpern

The Nest, poem
Tom Wayman

Figures on a Human Scale, poem
Timothy Liu

Hatred; The Turn of the Century, poems
Wislawa Szymborska translated from the Polish by Joanna Trzeciak and Marek Lugowski

Children of the Holocaust, essay
Gabriel Motola

Shubshi-meshre-Shakkan, poem
Adapted-Rendered by David Ferry

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