This issue includes, as usual, our complement of poetry, fiction, essays, and book reviews. We present new poetry from our featured poet, Aaron Poochigian, along with his interview with Chris Childers. In their essays, Charles Martin analyzes Frank O’Hara and the New York School of Poetry, while Barbara Haas explores Russia—especially Saint Petersburg. Brooke Clark reviews two anthologies, one on the work of Adelaide Crapsey and the other on the double dactyl. There is also fiction from Michael Woodson and Vincent Yu; poetry and poetry translations from Ryan Wilson, Timothy Murphy, M. Ann Hull, Gorge David Clark, Susan McLean, Susan de Sola, and others; and we include another art theme feature here on flight. . . .
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