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Aal, Katharyn Machan
   
The Difference Between North, 36 (Spring 1986), 14-16; Someone Warm, You Know Him, ibid., 16.

Aarnes, William
   
Commissioner of Water, 24 (Spring 1974), 9.

Abramson, Seth
   
Lullaby, 57 (Spring 2007), 36.

Abraxas
   
Abraxas (No. 38/39), rev. Marion K. Stocking, 41 (Winter 1990-1991), 37-38.

Abse, Dannie
   
Epithalamion, 6 (Summer 1956), 26-27.
   Ed.: Poetry Dimension Annual: the Best of the Poetry Year, 1975, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 39.
   Anti-Clockwise l, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's (Chapbook 20), 40 (Summer 1990), 9; Anti-Clockwise 2, ibid., 9-10.

Adam, Dawne
   
In Lucia's House, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 26-29.

Adams, Leslie Elizabeth
   
Winter: Plane and Violin, 62 (Summer 2012), 40.

Adamshick, Carl
   
Valentine's Day 1955, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 6.

Adamson, Eve
   
Death of the Inspired Man, 17 (Spring 1967), 39.

Adamson, Kyle
   
The Architecture of Dread, 65 (Spring 2015), 15.

Addonizio, Kim
   
Getting Back, 37 (Fall 1986), 1.

Aden, Carlin
   
The Last Day, 8 (Fall 1957), 34-35.
   The Miracle, 11 (Fall 1960), 24-25; The Cat, ibid., 25-27.
   Some Very Old Families, 21 (Summer 1971), 3.

Adrienne, Karen
   "Pomegranites," charcoal drawings, 2007. Drawing on title page also by Karen Adrienne., 60th Anniversary Chapbook (Chapbook 25), 60 (
Summer 2010), cover.

Afable, Fernando
   
Mirage in Galilee, Contemporary Philippine Poetry, 14 (Summer 1964), 6.

Agni
   
Agni (No. 31/32), rev. Marion K. Stocking, 41 (Summer 1991), 39.

Agodoa, K. S. A.
   
The Hill, Discoveries (Chapbook 10), 18 (Summer 1968), 5-6; Massacre, ibid., 7.

Agudelo, Sebastian
   
Summary, 64 (Fall 2013), 40.

Aguilar, Luis Miguel
   
Conclusiones / Conclusions, trans. by Kathleen Snodgrass, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 62; El cielo y mis libros / Heaven and My Books, trans. by Kathleen Snodgrass, ibid., 66.

Aho, Margaret
   
Alyssum, 38 (Spring 1988), 38; Foxglove (digitalis), ibid., 39.
   Dreaming the Sound of Yellow, 41 (Summer 1991), 12-13.
   On the Blue Wire, 44 (Fall 1993), 36; When Did the Dream Scrotum Darken, ibid., 37; Two Burns, ibid., 38-40.
   October 1994, 46 (Fall 1995), 43; Love at 50, ibid., 44.
   How Can a Body Carry, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 34; 'That We May Be Made, ibid., 35.
   O-Zone, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 30; Volant, ibid., 31; When I Wake I Remember, ibid., 32.
   Luci fer-, 49 (Spring 1999), 28; With what, ibid., 29; On a green slope: a family, ibid., 30; An aging heart holds up its, ibid., 31; Handel: all day the diaphanous, the elaborate, ibid., 32; Can you feel, in this rain,, ibid., 33.
   Luci fer-, 49 (Summer 1999), 47.
   I dream I'm leaving, 50 (Summer 2000), 33; Between wand and welt, ibid., 36; When he emerged--, ibid., 37; Eye-shaped, mouth-shaped, ibid., 38.
   I dream I'm leaving (originally published in Summer 2000), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 396; Between wand and welt (originally published in Summer 2000), ibid., 399; When he emerged- (originally published in Summer 2000), ibid., 400; Eye-shaped, mouth-shaped (originally published in Summer 2000), ibid., 401.
   Deep chrome-yellow flesh of winter, 51 (Spring 2001), 6.
   stick out yo neck, lilly gal: a sequence, 52 (Fall 2001), 33.
   Father's Dead. Mother's in the Chinese, 52 (Summer 2002), 10; 'Rituals we perform to ward off ruin . . .' (Virgil), ibid., 11; Fingers pried up, off..., ibid., 12.
   Exactly at midnight, 54 (Winter 2003-2004), 29; In the dream an atomizer tube, ibid., 32; In the garden with Rav Zalman who is silent, ibid., 35.
   Meister Eckhart speaks High German, 56 (Winter 2005-2006), 10; Directions, ibid., 12.
   geo-, 59 (Fall 2008), 30; to be flanking the petiole    to be, ibid., 31.
   At 95 she says the word, 60th Anniversary Chapbook (Chapbook 25), 60 (Summer 2010), 40; Outside, ibid., 41; Even my weak eyes, ibid., 42; About, ibid., 43; Recite her stretch, ibid., 44.
   The Will Loses Its Object, 61 (Summer 2011), 29.
   I dream I'm leaving (originally published in Summer 2000), This Barbed Heart: A Beloit Poetry Journal Chad Walsh Prize Anthology (Chapbook 28), 66 (Spring-Summer 2016), 59; Between wand and welt (originally published in Summer 2000), ibid., 61; When he emerged— (originally published in Summer 2000), ibid., 62; Eye-shaped, mouth-shaped (originally published in Summer 2000), ibid., 63.

Ai
   
Sin, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Summer 1987), 39.

Aida, Tsunao
   
Homecoming, trans. by Thomas Fitzsimmons and R. Fukuda, 16 (Spring 1966), 26.

Aiken, William
   
The Great Project, 46 (Summer 1996), 17-19.

Akash, Munir
   Trans.: with
Carolyn Forché, Unfortunately, It Was Paradise: Selected Poems, by Mahmoud Darwish, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 59 (Fall 2008), 41.

Akers, Deborah
   
Watching the Boys Come Home, 30 (Summer 1980), 30-32.

Alam, M. Shahid
   Trans.:
I Stay Awake, by Ghalib, 52 (Fall 2001), 12.

Albanese, Margaret
   
The Risk, 17 (Spring 1967), 30-31; At Duxbury, ibid., 31-32.

Albert, Marvin
   
The Unsolved Murder of Mrs. Glarp from Reek Rue Has a Light Shed on It by a Scrap Found on the Corpse, 17 (Spring 1967), 27-28.

Albert, R. S.
   
Within the Lair of Melancholy, 6 (Spring 1956), 20-21.

Albert, Samuel L.
   
Of the Running by of Girls, 12 (Fall 1961), 11.

Albert, Walter
   
SR Personal, 9 (Spring 1959), 2-3; The Jewel Thief, ibid., 3-4.

Alberti, Rafael
   
Selected Poems, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 17 (Summer 1967), 35.

Alcala, Rosa
   
Hijo Querío, 49 (Summer 1999), 32; Inverleith House, ibid., 33; Nudes for the Industrial Revolution, ibid., 34-36.

Alcantara, Jose A.
   A Note to Fernando Pessoa, 67 (
Winter 2016-2017), 34.

Aldrich, Jonathan
   
Loss of the Unicorn, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 8; Young Shakeresses Walking Home, ibid., 9-10.
   The Death of Michelangelo, Wade's Wait, by Jonathan Aldrich (Chapbook 18), 36 (Fall 1985), 1; Wade's Wait, ibid., 1-71.
   The Blot, 48 (Summer 1998), 34-36.

Aldridge, Richard
   
The Box Man, 20 (Spring 1970), 33-35.
   No But About it, 43 (Summer 1993), 23.

Alegria, Claribel
   
Flores Del Volcan (Flowers from the Volcano), trans. by Carolyn Forché, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 34 (Fall 1983), 40.

Alexander, Malcolm
   
Sisyphus, 56 (Summer 2006), 32.

Alexander, Pamela
   
Origin, 46 (Fall 1995), 26.

Alexie, Sherman
   
Learning to Drown, 41 (Fall 1990), 11-13; The Business of Fancydancing, ibid., 14-15.
   Horses, 41 (Summer 1991), 16-18.
   Shoes, 42 (Winter 1991-1992), 26-27; Breaking Out the Shovel, ibid., 28-29.
   Fire Storm, 42 (Summer 1992), 5-14; The Business of Fancydancing, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 43.
   Sign Language, 43 (Spring 1993), 19-21; Dreaming Anna Mae, ibid., 22-23; I Would Steal Horses, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 45-46; Old Shirts & New Skins, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 45-46.
   Things (for an Indian) To Do in New York (City), 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 14-19.
   Defending Walt Whitman, 46 (Fall 1995), 27-28; At the Trial of Hamlet, Chicago, 1994, ibid., 29-31.
   Inside Dachau, 46 (Summer 1996), 12-16.
   The Indigenous Hunger Artist, 47 (Spring 1997), 14-15; At the Diabetic River, ibid., 16.
   Defending Walt Whitman (originally published in Fall 1995), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 315; Inside Dachau (originally published in Summer 1996), ibid., 328.
   Rest Stop, 60th Anniversary Chapbook (Chapbook 25), 60 (Summer 2010), 20.
   Defending Walt Whitman (originally published in Fall 1995), This Barbed Heart: A Beloit Poetry Journal Chad Walsh Prize Anthology (Chapbook 28), 66 (Spring-Summer 2016), 30; At the Trial of Hamlet, Chicago, 1994 (originally published in Fall 1995), ibid., 32.

Ali, Agha Shahid
   
Survivor, 33 (Winter 1982-1983), 2; Glass Bangles, ibid., 3; In the Mountains, ibid., 3-4; Prayer Rug, ibid., 4-5.
   Glass Bangles (originally published in Winter 1982-1983), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 168.

Alighieri, Dante
   
The Inferno, trans. by John Ciardi, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 23-28; Hell, trans. by Dorothy Sayers, rev. Robert H. Glauber, ibid., 23-28.
   The Purgatorio, trans. by John Ciardi, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Spring 1962), 38-39.

Allardt, Linda
   
Stuck, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 25.
   Wood, 44 (Summer 1994), 5.
   Waked to Listen, 45 (Spring 1995), 36-37; Ask Her, ibid., 38.

Allen, Deborah
   
For My Mother, 29 (Fall 1978), 1.

Allen, Dick
   
Against the American East, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 6; Picking Mayflowers, ibid., 7.

Allen, Donald
   Ed.: with
George F. Butterick, The Postmoderns: The New American Poetry Revised, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 37 (Spring 1987), 32-37.

Allen, W. S.
   
The Infant, 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 10; Approved, ibid., 10.

Allman, John
   
Release, 21 (Spring 1971), 18-23.
   The Planets, 38 (Spring 1988), 22-37.
   Curve Away from Stillness, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Fall 1989), 36-38.
   The Blue Gazebo, 47 (Spring 1997), 11-13.
   Syntax, 50 (Winter 1999-2000), 12.

Almon, Bert
   
The Stress Report, 23 (Winter 1972-1973), 2.
   Fog, Bridge, Flute Sonata, 32 (Spring 1982), 1.

American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language
   
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Spring 1993), 46-48.

Ames, Evelyn
   
Fishing through the Ice, 31 (Fall 1980), 4-5.

Ames, Jay
   
Tomba Tomba, 13 (Fall 1962), 2; Boomer, ibid., 2-3.
   Viet Nam 1965, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 8-9.

Amis, Kingsley
   
Larger Truth, 8 (Winter 1957-1958), 27.

Ammons, A. R.
   
Sung Reassertions, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 36.
   Uplands, rev. David M. Stocking, 22 (Fall-Winter 1971-1972), 69; Briefings, rev. David M. Stocking, ibid., 69-70.
   Collected Poems, 1951-1971, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 23 (Summer 1973), 35-36.
   Sphere: The Form of Motion, rev. David M. Stocking, Issue 100, 25 (Summer 1975), 37-38.
   David, A Chapbook for David Ignatow (Chapbook 14), 26 (Fall 1975), 3.
   The Snow Poems, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 36-39.
   I Went Back, 28 (Summer 1978), 4; Immortality, ibid., 4; Warming Trend, ibid., 5.
   A Coast of Trees, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 32 (Spring 1982), 33-34.
   Lake Effect Country, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 34.
   Sumerian Vistas, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 38 (Summer 1988), 36.
   The Really Short Poems of A. R. Ammons, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Summer 1992), 43.
   Garbage, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 37-45.
   Ed.: with David Lehman, The Best American Poetry of 1994, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 42-48.
   December Starlings, Special 45th Anniversary Issue (Chapbook 22), 45 (Summer 1995), 7.
   Brink Road, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 45-48.
   Set in Motion: Essays, Interviews, & Dialogues, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 48 (Fall 1997), 43-44; Glare, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 43-45.
   Sung Reassertions (originally published in Fall 1963), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 80; December Starlings (originally published in Summer 1995), ibid., 308.

Anchor Books
   
Anchor Books, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 13 (Spring 1963), 38-39.

Ancient Egyptian
   
The Leiden Hymns XX, trans. by John L. Foster, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 8-10.

Anderson, Elizabeth
   
Seven Grains of Corn, 3 (Spring 1953), 29.

Anderson, Jack
   
The Reluctant Phoenix, 9 (Summer 1959), 33-34.
   Portents, 13 (Summer 1963), 35.
   Calamitous Dreams, 21 (Fall 1970), 32-33.
   Poem for a Birthday, 38 (Fall 1987), 35-36; The Caves, ibid., 36.

Anderson, John M.
   
Guantanamo Officers' Club : Marcel Marceau, 1963, 59 (Winter 2008-2009), 31; Manhunt for Osama : Book of Kells, AD 800, ibid., 32; The Baghdad Zoo : Albrecht Dürer, 1515, ibid., 33.

Anderson, Jon
   
What It Is Like To Be God, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 1.
   At Cold Pond, 17 (Spring 1967), 34-38.

Anderson, Kenneth L.
   
The Prophecy, 17 (Summer 1967), 20-23.

Anderson, Sherwood
   
6 Mid-American Chants, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 39.

Anderson, Susan (Andrysson, Susan).
   October Birth, 30 (Spring 1980), 12-13.

Anderson, Wendy
   
Holiday, 29 (Spring 1979), 23.

Andersson, Dan
   
The Poacher, trans. by Caroline Schleef, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 18-19.

Anderton, Lucy
   
I'm sorry I have to put it this way, but, 63 (Fall 2012), 18; Toward the single point of slipping, ibid., 20.

de Andrade, Carlos Drummond
   
Childhood, trans. by John Nist, 12 (Spring 1962), 20; Santa Claus in Reverse, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 21-22; Souvenir of the Ancient World, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 22; Confession, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 23; Science Fiction, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 24; Quadrille, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 24; Boy Crying in the Night, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 25; The Itabiran's Confession, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 26; Big World, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 27-28; The Elephant, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 29-32; The Witch, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 33-34; José, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 35-36; Being, trans. by John Nist, ibid., 37.

de Andrade, Eugenio
   
A Porta (The Door), trans. by Alexis Levitin, 47 (Spring 1997), 29; Coroa de Lume (Incandescent Crown), trans. by Alexis Levitin, ibid., 30; Lugar do Lume (The Place of the Fire), trans. by Alexis Levitin, ibid., 31.

Andrade, Jorge Carrera
   
Epilogo (Epilogue), trans. by D. M. Pettinella, 17 (Spring 1967), 8-9; Mujeres Escapades de los Cuadros (Women Breaking from Pictures), trans. by D. M. Pettinella, ibid., 10-12.

Andrysson, Susan (Anderson, Susan).

Angst, Bim
   
Confession, 30 (Summer 1980), 7-9; Driving to Work, ibid., 9.

Anselm, Felix (Pollak, Felix).
   The Bawdy Ballad of Henry Saint-John Viscount Bolingbroke, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 13-14.

Anspach, Robyn
   
Under the old city, 55 (Summer 2005), 13; Hagar speaks of sand., ibid., 14.

Ant, Howard
   
A Kind of Antenna, 11 (Summer 1961), 28-29.

Antler
   
Rexroth As He Appeared to Exist, 19 (Fall 1968), 25.

Antoninus, Brother
   
The Residual Years: Poems 1934-1948, rev. Brian Dibble, 19 (Winter 1968-1969), 39; The Rose of Solitude: A Love Poem--Sequence, rev. Brian Dibble, ibid., 39.

Antoniou, I. D.
   
Obstacle to What, trans. by Edmund Keeley, 7 (Spring 1957), 17.

Anwar, Chairil
   
My Love's on a Far-Away Island, trans. by Burton Raffel and Nurdin Salam, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 21-22; A Room, trans. by Burton Raffel and Nurdin Salam, ibid., 22-23.
   Selected Poems, trans. by Burton Raffel and Nurdin Salam, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 39.

Appel, Dori
   
Bread Line, 29 (Spring 1979), 28-29; Alter Ego, ibid., 29.
   A Dream Making Many Things Better, 34 (Winter 1983-1984), 11.

Appleman, Philip
   
Butterwort and the State of Nature, 12 (Spring 1962), 13-14.
   Heart of Stone, 25 (Fall 1974), 2-3.
   Parables, 38 (Winter 1987-1988), 14-15.

Arberry, A. J.
   Trans.:
Moorish Poetry, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 23-28.

Arbor, Ann
   from photograph, "Glacier: For My Father," 1997, 54 (
Winter 2003-2004), cover.
   "Transport," color digital photograph, Hangzhou, China 2009, 61 (Spring 2011), cover.
   "Cracked” (2009) and “Wave” (2008), digital photographs, 62 (Summer 2012), cover.
   "Feeding, Notre Dame,":digital print from Hasselblad negative, Paris, France 2011, 65 (Summer 2015), cover.

Arenas, Marion
   
Crossing the River, 40 (Spring 1990), 27.

Aridjis, Homero
   
La Violencia en México Comenzó con los Dioses, trans. by Betty Ferber, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012 (Chapbook 27), 62 (Spring 2012), 30; The Violence in Mexico Began with the Gods, trans. by Betty Ferber, ibid., 31; Somos Hijos de Dioses Crueles, trans. by Betty Ferber, ibid., 32; We Are Children of Cruel Gods, trans. by Betty Ferber, ibid., 33.

Arieh-Lerer, Shon
   Trans.:
Walinu, by Toby Wiliguru Pambardu, 59 (Summer 2009), 16; First Truck, by Toby Wiliguru Pambardu, ibid., 17.

Armstrong, E. L.
   
One, 16 (Summer 1966), 13; Two, ibid., 14-19; Three, ibid., 20-22; Four, ibid., 22-27.
   Pink, 18 (Fall 1967), 35-38; Documents, ibid., 39.

Armstrong, R. S.
   
Cove, 55 (Spring 2005), 34; To Whom, ibid., 35.

Armstrong, Tammy
   
The Vestas: Pubnico Point Wind Farm, 65 (Spring 2015), 30.

Arnett, Carroll (Gogisgi).
   Celebration for My Age, 1 (Summer 1951), 23.
   Anthem of the Poor Lovers, 2 (Summer 1952), 22-24.
   Rev.: Harold H. Watts, Ezra Pound and the Cantos, ibid., 30-31.
   The Mexican Fishermen, 3 (Spring 1953), 15.
   Trans.: Vantardises d'un Marin Breton Ivre (Ballyhoo from a Drunk Breton Sailor), by Max Jacob, 4 (Spring 1954), 26-27.
   The Wake, 16 (Fall 1965), 1.
   They, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 26.
   Come, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 28 (Spring 1978), 39-40; Tsalagi, rev. Marion K. Stocking, ibid., 40.
   South Line, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 31 (Spring 1981), 38.

Aroniawenrate (Blue Cloud, Peter).

Arp, Hans
   
Die Ebene (The Plain), trans. by Gertrude C. Schwebell, 11 (Fall 1960), 12-15.

Arrowsmith, William
   Ed.: with
Roger Shattuck, The Craft and Context of Translation, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 38.

Arroyo, Rane
   
For a Bitter Veteran Student Who Is 24 Years Old, 57 (Fall 2006), 10; Blue Visits, ibid., 11.

Asarnow, Herman
   
Year 48--3:00 A. M., 49 (Spring 1999), 16-17; Reconciliation, ibid., 18.
   Resistance, 55 (Summer 2005), 11.

Ashbery, John
   Ed.:
The Best American Poetry; 1988, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Spring 1990), 35-36.
   And the Stars Were Shining, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 46 (Spring 1996), 42.

Asher, Elise
   
To a Small Girl Sleeping, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 21.
   Parting and Love, 2 (Winter 1951-1952), 5; Poem for a Wintry Night, ibid., 6.

Asher, Mark
   
Class Exercise, 44 (Fall 1993), 13-16.

Ashikaga, Ensho
   Calligrapher: The Poetry of Kaoru Maruyama, translated by Robert Epp (Chapbook 11), 22 (
Summer 1972).

Ashman, Richard
   
On Reading John Crowe Ransom's 'First Travels of Max', 4 (Winter 1953-1954), 23-24.
   The Hoop Snake and the Basilisk, 4 (Summer 1954), 21; By Lightning Flash, ibid., 22; The Pipes of Pan, ibid., 22-23; Letter to Editors, ibid., 24-26.
   Purpose, 7 (Fall 1956), 18-19.
   Verboten, 20 (Spring 1970), 3-4; The Genes Remember, ibid., 4-5.

Athas, Daphne
   
The Bell and the Turkey, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 28.

Atkins, Kathleen
   
Mr. Rhizor's Geese, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 6-7.

Atkins, Russell
   
Nocturne and Prelude, 1 (Spring 1951), 17-20.
   It's Here in the, 2 (Summer 1952), 26.
   There She Sits, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration (Chapbook 3), 5 (Fall 1954), 14-15.
   NIGH)Th'CRY,PT, 7 (Spring 1957), 34-35.
   A Wood Stopped by, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost (Chapbook 5), 7 (Summer 1957), 5.

Atkinson, Charles
   
Late Revelation on the Coast Road, 33 (Winter 1982-1983), 29-30; Learning to Float Again, ibid., 30-31.

Atkinson, Jennifer
   
Canticle of the Blossoming Almond Tree, 60 (Spring 2010), 24; Canticle of Assisi Rain, ibid., 25; Canticle of Francis and the Wolf at Gubbio, ibid., 26; Canticle of the Abbey, ibid., 27.
   After the Burning of Flood Christian Church in Ferguson, MO: An Exploded View, 66 (Winter 2015-2016), 6; The Homophonic Translation of Birdsong, ibid., 8.

Atkinson, Pamela Perkins
   
Our Late Garden, 33 (Fall 1982), 4-5; Storm, ibid., 6-7; December Field, ibid., 7; Summer Night Fog, ibid., 8-9.

Auchter, Amanda
   
The Wishing Tomb, 65 (Winter 2014-2015), 41.

Auden, W. H.
   Ed.:
Selected Poems of Thomas Campion, by Thomas Campion, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 24 (Spring 1974), 43.

Austin, Alan. D.
   
Hope, Incorporated, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 20.

Avery, Sarah
   
Matamorphic, 53 (Spring 2003), 11.

Aygi, Gennady
   
Calmly: precious little (book inscription), trans. by Alex Cigale, 64 (Fall 2013), 14; To Pierre Emmanuel: notation made upon translating his poems, trans. by Alex Cigale, ibid., 16.

Aylsworth, Peggy
   
Adjustments, 59 (Summer 2009), 8.

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