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Rachuy, J.
   
Suburban Matron Abhorring Unplanned Parentage, 10 (Summer 1960), 37.

Raden, Ognjen
   Trans.: with
Natalija Grgorinic, My Three Brothers, by Josip Pupačić, 57 (Fall 2006), 24; with Natalija Grgorinic, The Unbuilt House, by Josip Pupačić, ibid., 26.

Raeburn, David
   Trans.:
Ovid Metamorphoses, by Ovid, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 55 (Summer 2005), 54.

Raeburn, Nancy
   
Incident at the Zoo in October, 34 (Summer 1984), 20-21.

Rafat, Taufiq
   
Poem 1, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 51; Poem 2, ibid., 51; Poem 3, ibid., 52; Poem 4, ibid., 53.

Raffel, Burton
   Trans.: with
Jean Kennedy, Waking, by Sitor Situmorang, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 21; with Nurdin Salam, My Love's on a Far-Away Island, by Chairil Anwar, ibid., 21-22; with Nurdin Salam, A Room, by Chairil Anwar, ibid., 22-23; with James N. Mosel, Till Heart's End, by Chayasi Sunthonphiphit, ibid., 60; with James N. Mosel, The Cold Winds, by Khukrit Pramot, ibid., 61; with James N. Mosel, The White Lotus, by H. R. H. Prince Phanuphan Yukhon, ibid., 61.
   Trans.: with Nurdin Salam, Selected Poems, by Chairil Anwar, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 39.
   Ed.: Modern Indonesian Poetry, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 38-39.

Raha, Asokbijay
   
The Rainy Season, trans. by Lila Ray, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 4; The Storm, trans. by Lila Ray, ibid., 5; An Evening, trans. by Lila Ray, ibid., 5.

Rail, DeWayne
   
Photographs of Greece & Images of War, 28 (Summer 1978), 32-33.

Raimondo, Paula
   
The Lightning, Poets Under Twenty-Five (Chapbook 23), 52 (Spring 2002), 6.

Raines, Charlotte A.
   
I Heard a Reading by Brother Antoninus, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 1.
   We Hold These Truths, 20 (Summer 1970), 20-29.
   I Woke Up from a Dream, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 31.
   Taking the 1939 Jonathan Creek Road, 32 (Winter 1981-1982), 5-7.

Raiziss, Sonia
   
Jobhunter, 1 (Winter 1950-1951), 12-13.
   Back from Battle, 2 (Spring 1952), 13.
   Trans.: Whitmanesque, by Alfredo Giop de Palchi, Walt Whitman: Centennial Celebration (Chapbook 3), 5 (Fall 1954), 21.
   Whitman Today, ibid., 22.
   Trans.: Letter to William Carlos Williams, by Carlo Della Corte, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 3; Arizona, by Alfredo de Palchi, ibid., 9-10; To a Childhood Chum, by Vittorio Sereni, ibid., 11-12.
   Window Watcher, ibid., 13.
   The Animist, 20 (Winter 1969-1970), 19.
   Trans.: the michelangelesque, by Alfredo Giop de Palchi, A Chapbook for David Ignatow (Chapbook 14), 26 (Fall 1975), 9; my nature, by Alfredo Giop de Palchi, ibid., 9; the pedagogic eye, by Alfredo Giop de Palchi, ibid., 9.
   The America of a Man, ibid., 39-41.
   Chelsea, 42/43, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 35 (Summer 1985), 39.

Rakosi, Carl
   
David Ignatow at the Bar, A Chapbook for David Ignatow (Chapbook 14), 26 (Fall 1975), 42; An Admonition by David Ignatow, ibid., 42.

Ramanujan, A. K.
   Trans.:
Krishna, by G. S. Sivarudrappa, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 14-15.
   Trans.: with K. M. George, The Old Carpenter, by G. Sankara Kurup, 16 (Summer 1966), 28-35.

Ramsey, Jarold
   
Love in an Earthquake, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Summer 1979), 38.

Ramsey, William L.
   
Running Late in Yuyao, 64 (Spring 2014), 27.

Ramspeck, Doug
   Winter Trance, 67 (
), 5.

Rancourt, Jacques J.
   
Field, 61 (Spring 2011), 16.
   Lot's Wife, 67 (Winter 2016-2017), 16; Fissure, ibid., 17; Kirby, ibid., 18; Wake, ibid., 19; With Lee Sharkey, A CONVERSATION WITH JACQUES J. RANCOURT:
In the Nape of the Rake
, ibid., 35.

Randall, Dudley
   
Pacific Epitaphs, 16 (Spring 1966), 6-8.

Randall, Margaret
   
The Difference, 16 (Summer 1966), 12.

Random House Audio
   Ed.:
"The Voice of the Poet", rev. Marion K. Stocking, 52 (Summer 2002), 46.

Rankin, Paula
   
Foundry Poem: For All Children Burned Alive, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 14; Two Poems for the Blood, ibid., 15.
   Two Poems for the Blood (originally published in Winter 1976-1977), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 138.

Rankin, Rush
   
The Movie of Horse Hunting, 22 (Spring 1972), 7.

Rankine, Claudia
   Ed.: with
Juliana Spahr, American Women Poets in the 21st Century: Where Lyric Meets Language, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Spring 2003), 44.

Rashed, N. M.
   
Sheba in Ruin, trans. by Carlo Coppola and M. H. K. Qureshi, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 47; Near the Balcony, trans. by Carlo Coppola and M. H. K. Qureshi, ibid., 48-49; Introductions, trans. by Carlo Coppola and M. H. K. Qureshi, ibid., 49-50; The Smell of Mankind, trans. by Carlo Coppola and M. H. K. Qureshi, ibid., 50.

Rath, Paula
   
...For My Daughters, 30 (Spring 1980), 14.

Ratti, John
   
Centipede, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 2-3.

Rauk, Katharine
   
Basil, rev. John Rosenwald, 64 (Fall 2013), 41.

Rauk, Katharine Storlie
   
Dark Corners, 56 (Spring 2006), 12.

Rawley, James M.
   
Ryder Runs, 29 (Spring 1979), 4.

Rawlins, Susan
   
The Saturday Night Before Christmas, 42 (Fall 1991), 33.

Ray, David
   
Orphans, A Chapbook for David Ignatow (Chapbook 14), 26 (Fall 1975), 43-47.

Ray, Kalyan
   
Bedtime Story, 31 (Summer 1981), 1.

Ray, Lila
   Trans.:
The Rainy Season, by Asokbijay Raha, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 4; The Storm, by Asokbijay Raha, ibid., 5; An Evening, by Asokbijay Raha, ibid., 5.

Ray, Shreela
   
Notes from Underground, 17 (Winter 1966-1967), 31-32; Monk's Girl in Two Perspectives, ibid., 32-33.

Raymond, Matthew
   
A Room Full of Water, 57 (Spring 2007), 10.
   In Failure of the Furtherance of Complex Achievement, 58 (Summer 2008), 46.

Raymund, Bernard
   
First Person Plural, 3 (Fall 1952), 7.
   Prophecy by Water, 3 (Spring 1953), 9.

Rea, Susan
   
Playing Candleland, 37 (Fall 1986), 31.

Read, Bill
   Ed.: with
John Malcolm Brinnin, The Modern Poets, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 38.

Red Hawk (Hawk, Red).

Redgrove, Peter
   
Fantasia, 9 (Spring 1959), 38; Without Eyes, ibid., 38-39.

Reece, Byron Herbert
   
Bow Down in Jericho, rev. David Ignatow, 1 (Spring 1951), 28.

Reed, John R.
   
Winter Cats, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 38.

Reed, Sam
   
From The Book of Zeros, 56 (Spring 2006), 13.
   Garden, 60th Anniversary Chapbook (Chapbook 25), 60 (Summer 2010), 6.
   from The Book of Zeros (originally published in Spring 2006), This Barbed Heart: A Beloit Poetry Journal Chad Walsh Prize Anthology (Chapbook 28), 66 (Spring-Summer 2016), 92.

Reeve, F. D.
   
There Is No City with No Sparrows in It, 10 (Summer 1960), 12.
   Ed.: with Jay Meek, After the Storm: Poems on the Persian Gulf War, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 43 (Fall 1992), 45-47.

Reich, Heather Tosteson
   
Carl's Game, 30 (Spring 1980), 2; Prudence Plays Skittles, ibid., 3.

Reiman, Donald H.
   
English Romantic Poetry, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 38-39.

Reiss, James
   
Unmarked Color Slide, 19 (Summer 1969), 2-4.
   How It Must Be, A Chapbook for David Ignatow (Chapbook 14), 26 (Fall 1975), 48.

Reiter, Lora K.
   
Snake in the Cradle, 36 (Spring 1986), 10-11.
   In a Hotel the Night before Visiting Palenque (A Gringa's Version of Borges' 'Streetcorner Man', 37 (Fall 1986), 2-3; Water in the Basement, ibid., 4.

Reiter, Thomas
   
Opening Day, 25 (Winter 1974-1975), 36-37.
   Piney, 36 (Summer 1986), 4-5.

Rendleman, Danny L.
   
Weather/Man, 20 (Spring 1970), 37-38.

Rendra, W. S.
   
Ballad of the Men of Limestone Soil, trans. by Derwent May, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 19-20.

Renkl, Margaret
   
Rat, 45 (Spring 1995), 22.

Rennert, Maggie
   
Dusk in the Suburbs, 6 (Spring 1956), 2-3; Alex, ibid., 3.
   Spiritual, 7 (Spring 1957), 1.

Reynolds, Tim
   
Vacuum, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 9.
   The First Sorrow of Joseph, 12 (Fall 1961), 2; Carmel Beach: little sestina, ibid., 2-3.
   Ryoanji, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 39.

Rhoades, Priscilla
   
Pig-Heart, 26 (Winter 1975-1976), 4.

Rhodes, Martha
   
Who Knew, 40 (Spring 1990), 2; Dreaming of Flight, ibid., 3; Inside Father's Pockets, ibid., 3.

Ribman, Ronald B.
   
Variations on an Elizabethan Prologue for Bubonic Knight, 14 (Winter 1963-1964), 17-18.

Riccio, Mrs. Ottone (Stewart, Dolores).

Riccio, Ottone
   
Medicare, 18 (Winter 1967-1968), 27.

Riccio, Ottone M.
   
Makeshift Rationale, 13 (Summer 1963), 29.
   Quartet in One Movement, 15 (Winter 1964-1965), 12-14.
   The Other Side of Nine, Eleven Contemporary Japanese Poets, 15 (Summer 1965), 8-14; Tea Is Tea, ibid., 15.
   Mardi Gras, 17 (Winter 1966-1967), 30.

Rice, Oliver
   Trans.: with
Abdullah Majid, Embers, by Samad Said, Contemporary Asian Poetry (Chapbook 6), 13 (Winter 1962-1963), 35-36; with Abdullah Majid, I Do Not Care, by S. N. Masuri, ibid., 36; with Nguyen Ngoc Bich, Green Nostalgia, by Nguyen Thu Le, ibid., 63-64.

Rice, Paul
   
On the Pine Mountain Trail, 37 (Winter 1986-1987), 30; My Soul, Escaping, ibid., 31.

Rich, Adrienne
   
For a Naturalist Dead at Sea, 2 (Spring 1952), 7.
   The Salvagers, 6 (Summer 1956), 30.
   Much as I Own I Owe, A Friendly Visit, Poems for Robert Frost (Chapbook 5), 7 (Summer 1957), 40.
   Ghost of a Chance, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 14.
   Marghanita, New Poems by Beloit Poets of the 50's (Chapbook 20), 40 (Summer 1990), 44-45.
   Ed.: with David Lehman, The Best American Poetry 1996, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 47 (Winter 1996-1997), 40.
   Midnight Salvage: Poems 1995-1998, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 50 (Spring 2000), 40.
   The Salvagers (originally published in Summer 1956), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 37; Ghost of a Chance (originally published in Fall 1963), ibid., 77.
   A Human Eye: Essays on Art in Society, 1997-2008, rev. Lee Sharkey, 59 (Summer 2009), 40; Telephone Ringing in the Labyrinth: Poems 2004-2006, rev. Lee Sharkey, ibid., 42.

Richards, G. D.
   
Cold Churches, 33 (Fall 1982), 10; Plain Style, ibid., 11.

Richardson, H. Edward
   
One Beneath the Sun, rev. A. E. Church, 3 (Summer 1953), 29-31.

Richardson, Mindy
   
Nervous Geography, 48 (Fall 1997), 9; Soundforms, ibid., 10-12.

Richman, Elliot
   
Seven Sketches from the Tao, 38 (Summer 1988), 28-30.

Richman, Robert
   
In the Museum of Natural History, 6 (Summer 1956), 5.

Rickel, Boyer
   
For My Motherhood, 31 (Winter 1980-1981), 26-27.

Ridland, John M.
   With
Albert Herzing and David R. Slavitt, Poets of Today VIII, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 12 (Summer 1962), 38-39.

Riekki, Ron
   EMT Hopes Pregnant Plumber Doesn't Give Birth, 67 (
Fall 2016), 27.

Riel, Kevin
   
Against the Campaign to Stomp out "Awesome", 65 (Summer 2015), 31.

Rigby, Karen
   
Postcards: New World Bed & Breakfast, Poets Under Twenty-Five (Chapbook 23), 52 (Spring 2002), 7.

Riggin, Garrin
   
Practice, 62 (Summer 2012), 22.

Riley, Joanne M.
   
Farmwife Describes the Accident, 36 (Summer 1986), 32-33.

Rinehart, Rachel
   
Epithalamium for a Feral Child, 65 (Winter 2014-2015), 30.

Ringler, Richard N.
   
The Ordeal, 12 (Summer 1962), 33-35.

Ripper, David
   
The Jade Flute, 23 (Summer 1973), 27.

Ristau, Harland
   
The High Cost of Patriotism, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 28.
   Disturbance on the Block, 31 (Spring 1981), 3.

Ritger, M.P.
   
Evergreen Cemetery, 1990, 64 (Spring 2014), 8.

Ritsos, Yannis
   
Women, trans. by Minas Savvas, 23 (Summer 1973), 9.
   The Fourth Dimension: Selected Poems, trans. by Rae Dalven, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 28 (Spring 1978), 37.
   The Five, trans. by Kimon Friar and Kostas Myrsaides, 30 (Summer 1980), 39.

Rivera, Antonio M.
   
Finales de los Días (The Ends of Days), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry (Chapbook 17), 32 (Summer 1982), 22-23.

Rivera, R. Flowers
   
Late Night Ramblings, 51 (Spring 2001), 14.

Rivkin, Joshua
   
Cartographic, 55 (Spring 2005), 14; Enough, ibid., 16.

Robbins, Liz
   
Under Pressure, 64 (Summer 2014), 6.

Robbins, Susannah
   
Seattle, 30 (Spring 1980), 32.

Roberson, Ed
   
To Marvell's Chariot, 12 (Summer 1962), 4.

Robert W. (Chute, Robert; Chute).

Roberti, Xan L.
   
Three Conversations, 57 (Summer 2007), 17.

Roberts, Hortense Roberta
   
My Sister, 31 (Fall 1980), 31.

Roberts, Josephine
   
Costume Play, 2 (Winter 1951-1952), 12.
   Panel for a Small Room, 3 (Summer 1953), 5-6.

Roberts, Kim
   
The International Fruit of Welcome, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012 (Chapbook 27), 62 (Spring 2012), 14; Instructions for Use, ibid., 15; Medicine, ibid., 16.

Roberts, Philip
   
The Eye of the Stag, 13 (Spring 1963), 29; Death of the Astronomer, ibid., 30.

Roberts, Rebecca
   
The Squirrel on the Limb, 33 (Spring 1983), 36.

Robertson, Mebane
   
Subject Body, 53 (Fall 2002), 24.

Robley, Christopher
   
Yip, 64 (Spring 2014), 40.

de Roche, Joseph
   
Sun Bather, 13 (Fall 1962), 8; For a Modern Jonah Who Collects Fish, ibid., 9-10.

Rockefeller, June
   
Squall, 65 (Summer 2015), 6; Spider, ibid., 7.

Rodriques, José Ángel
   Postcard copy of photograph, "Al Rio Jataté", 51 (
Summer 2001), cover.

Roethke, Theodore (Seeger, Allan).
   On Poetry & Craft: Selected Prose, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 54 (Fall 2003), 43.

Rogers, Pattiann
   
How to Stay Safe in the City, 29 (Summer 1979), 13-14.
   How to Stay Safe in the City (originally published in Summer 1979), A Fine Excess: Special 50th Anniversary Anthology, 51 (Fall-Winter 2000-2001), 147.

Rogoff, Jay
   
Latin Class, 50 (Summer 2000), 24.

Rokwaho
   
from The Poet's Analyst, American Indian Chapbook (Chapbook 16), 30 (Winter 1979-1980), 23.

Romero, Leo
   
End of the Columbus Day Weekend, 27 (Winter 1976-1977), 3-5; A Broken Turtle, ibid., 5.

Roney-O'Brien, Susan
   
The Light Pilgrim, 37 (Summer 1987), 2-4.

Root, William Pitt
   
Holocaust, 16 (Fall 1965), 36; Instructions Concerning the Painting of an Orchid, ibid., 36-37; Triangle, ibid., 37-38.

Roripaugh, Lee Ann
   
Things I Would Do for You, 56 (Fall 2005), 18.

Rose, Lynne Carol
   
This Man I Carry on My Back, 28 (Winter 1977-1978), 25-27.

Rose, Phyllis
   
Marriage, 11 (Spring 1961), 16.

Rose, Wendy
   
illustration, American Indian Chapbook (Chapbook 16), 30 (Winter 1979-1980), 32; The Day I was Conceived, ibid., 42-43; Naming Power, ibid., 43-44; Indian People: don't get it mixed up--this is all for you., ibid., 44.

Roseliep, Raymond
   
Heels Wear Down, 8 (Summer 1958), 35-36.
   Tightrope Walker, 9 (Spring 1959), 1.
   The Man Who Grieved for God, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 2.
   It Doth Make a Difference, 11 (Spring 1961), 36-37.
   Sonet, William Carlos Williams: A Memorial (Chapbook 7), 14 (Fall 1963), 14-15.

Rosen, Kenneth
   
Machine, 20 (Summer 1970), 16-17.
   Equinox, 45 (Fall 1994), 26-27.
   The Gulls, Special 45th Anniversary Issue (Chapbook 22), 45 (Summer 1995), 59; Paradise Lost, ibid., 60; Salmonelle, ibid., 61-62.
   Thinking of Kissing You, 47 (Fall 1996), 32.

Rosen, Stanley
   
Faust as Hemlock, 1 (Summer 1951), 2.

Rosenberg, Dan
   
The House Braced fo a Bowl Its People, 65 (Summer 2015), 16; To Have My Marrow Fate Must Crack Bone, ibid., 17.

Rosenberg, Isaac
   
The Collected Poems of Isaac Rosenberg, Gordon Bottomley and Denys Harding, eds., rev. Robert H. Glauber, 1 (Spring 1951), 28-29.

Rosenberg, J. M.
   
Sonnet, 5 (Spring 1955), 24.

Rosenberg, James L.
   
'Over Again I Feel Thy Finger and Find Thee', 3 (Winter 1952-1953), 13.
   Aubade, 4 (Summer 1954), 5.

Rosenberg, Theodore
   
After Williams, 31 (Spring 1981), 2; The Mona Lisa, ibid., 2; To Voluptuous Plumpness, ibid., 3.

Rosenthal, M. L.
   
Boy on Blue Skates, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 16 (Winter 1965-1966), 39.
   Ed.: "Works-in-Progress" issue of Ploughshares Vol. 17, No. 1, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 42 (Fall 1991), 39-40.

Rosenthal, Mira
   
Heat, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 57.

Rosenwald, John
   Ed.: Smoking People, Encountering the New Chinese Poetry (Chapbook 19), 39 (
Winter 1988-1989).
   Introduction, ibid., 2-3; Encountering the New Chinese Poetry, ibid., 62-75.
   In Memoriam for Gu Cheng and Xie Ye, 44 (Winter 1993-1994), 34-36.
   Rev.: with Yanbing ChenDennis Ding, Fang Dai and Edward Morin, trans., Edward Morin, ed., The Red Azalea: Poetry Since the Cultural Revolution, 45 (Winter 1994-1995), 37-38; with Yanbing ChenDonald Finkel, trans., A Splintered Mirror: Chinese Poetry from the Democracy Movement, ibid., 38-39; with Yanbing ChenJulia C. Lin, trans., Women of the Red Plain: An Anthology of Contemporary Chinese Women's Poetry, ibid., 39; with Yanbing ChenMichelle Yeh, trans., Michelle Yeh, ed., Anthology of Modern Chinese Poetry, ibid., 39-40; with Yanbing ChenTony Barnstone, ed., Out of the Howling Storm, ibid., 40-41; with Yanbing ChenJohn Cayley and Henry Y. H. Zhao, eds., Under Sky Under Ground, ibid., 41-42.
   With Lee Sharkey, Editors' Note, 54 (Winter 2003-2004), 4.
   With Lee Sharkey, Editors' Note, Split This Rock Chapbook (Chapbook 24), 58 (Spring 2008), 6.
   With Lee Sharkey, Editors' Note: BPJ Poet's Forum, 58 (Summer 2008), 48.
   With Lee Sharkey, Editors' Note: Marion Kingston Stocking, 60 (Fall 2009), 47.
   Rev.: The American Elegy. And Beyond, 60 (Winter 2009-2010), 42; David Lehman and David Wagoner, eds., The Best American Poetry, 2009, ibid., 42.
   With Coleman Barks, A Conversation with Coleman Barks, 60 (Spring 2010), 41.
   With Lee Sharkey, Celebrating Our Sixieth, 60th Anniversary Chapbook (Chapbook 25), 60 (Summer 2010), 5.
   Rev.: Eliot Weinberger, ed., Bei Dao, The Rose of Time: New and Selected Poems, 61 (Fall 2010), 40.
   Rev.: Notes for a Postapocalyptic Vision, 61 (Winter 2010-2011), 41; Amy Gerstle and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 2010, ibid., 41.
   Rev.: Good Night, 61 (Spring 2011), 39; Anne Carson, NOX, ibid., 39.
   Rev.: Bad News and Good, 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 41; David Lehman and Kevin Young, eds., The Best American Poetry 2011, ibid., 41.
   With Lee Sharkey, Editors' Note: Occupy America, Split this Rock Chapbook 2012 (Chapbook 27), 62 (Spring 2012), 5.
   Rev.: Scattershot, Tommy Gun, Canon, 62 (Summer 2012), 41.
   Rev.: A Whirling Outside My Window, 63 (Winter 2012-2013), 41; Mark Doty and David Lehman, eds., The Best American Poetry 2012, ibid., 41.
   With Lee Sharkey, A Short Note on the Long Poem, 63 (Spring 2013), 4.
   Rev.: The Heart, Yes, 64 (Fall 2013), 41; Katharine Rauk, Basil, ibid., 41; Jay Leeming, Miracle Atlas, ibid., 43; Abbot Cutler, Say Dance, Say Night, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Negative Capability: A Cure for the "I" Disease?, 64 (Spring 2014), 42; Nicelle Davis, Becoming Judas, ibid., 42; TJ Jarrett, Ain't No Grave, ibid., 44; Brian Komei Dempster, Topaz, ibid., 46.
   Rev.: Split This Rock, 64 (Summer 2014), 41.
   Rev.: Good Poems, 65 (Spring 2015), 40.

Rosko, Emily
   
Small Containers, 53 (Spring 2003), 22; Raw Goods Inventory, ibid., 23.
   Weather Inventions (1), 57 (Summer 2007), 12; Weather Inventions (2), ibid., 13.
   [If they would yield us but the superfluity while it were wholesome], 62 (Winter 2011-2012), 40.

Roskolenko, Harry
   
Paris Poems, rev. James R. Thompson, 1 (Spring 1951), 29.
   The Return, 6 (Fall 1955), 25-27.
   Biblical, 24 (Summer 1974), 13.

Ross, Charles E.
   
Crime and Punishment, 1 (Summer 1951), 24.

Ross, Jamie
   
Postcards from Mexico: Triangle, 51 (Summer 2001), 5; Postcards from Mexico: Celebración de la Carretera, ibid., 6; Postcards from Mexico: Al Rio Jataté, ibid., 7.
   Las Hijas del Brujo, 52 (Winter 2001-2002), 26.
   Scout, 56 (Summer 2006), 12; El Cervantino, ibid., 14; The Annunciation of Noah, ibid., 15; Shoes, ibid., 16.
   Trousseau, 64 (Spring 2014), 11.

Ross, Marilyn
   With
Tom Ross, The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Summer 2003), 44.

Ross, Tom
   With
Marilyn Ross, The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 53 (Summer 2003), 44.

Rossi, Lee
   
Die Männergruppe, 55 (Spring 2005), 33.

Rossini, Clare
   
Girl with Hair Tangled in Rose Bush, 58 (Fall 2007), 11; These Passing Venial Wonders, ibid., 13.

Rothenberg, Diane
   With
Jerome Rothenberg, Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 38-39.

Rothenberg, Jerome
   Ed.:
Technicians of the Sacred: A Range of Poetries from Africa, America, Asia, and Oceana, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 21 (Fall 1970), 44-45.
   Ed.: Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 23 (Summer 1973), 39.
   Zaritsky's Children, & Other Poems for the Rich, A Chapbook for David Ignatow (Chapbook 14), 26 (Fall 1975), 49-50.
   A Seneca Journal, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 29 (Summer 1979), 38.
   With Diane Rothenberg, Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 38-39.
   Ed.: with Pierre Joris, Poems for the Millenium, The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Volume I, From Fin-de-Sièle to Negritude, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 48 (Fall 1997), 37-38.
   Ed.: with Pierre Joris, Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Vol. II, From Postwar to Millenium, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 49 (Fall 1998), 52-53.

Rothenberg, Martin
   
Briss, 23 (Spring 1973), 16-17.

Rottman, Larry
   
Voices from the Ho Chi Minh Trail: Poetry of America and Vietnam, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 44 (Summer 1994), 47-48.

Rowe, Kate Martin
   
Inscription for Tamarindo, 57 (Winter 2006-2007), 24.

Rowell, John
   
Circus Acrobat Leaps 65 Feet to Canvas Chair, 1 (Fall 1950), 15-16.

Rowse, A. L.
   
William Shakespeare, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 14 (Spring 1964), 38.

Roy, Lucinda
   
Needlework, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 40 (Winter 1989-1990), 40.

Rubin, Larry
   
The Loser, 7 (Winter 1956-1957), 4.
   Emily Dickinson Speaks to the Reverend Charles Wadsworth over the Wireless, 9 (Spring 1959), 11; The Hitchhiker, ibid., 11.
   The Innocence of Narcissus, 10 (Winter 1959-1960), 16; This Side of the Looking Glass, ibid., 16-17.
   Poem for Mother's Day, 12 (Winter 1961-1962), 25.
   The Law, 14 (Spring 1964), 36.
   All My Mirrors Lie, rev. Marion K. Stocking, 27 (Spring 1977), 38.

Rubin, Stan Sanvel
   
Ooze, 50 (Summer 2000), 12; Summons, ibid., 13.
   Rope, 55 (Fall-Winter 2004-2005), 35.

Ruggiers, Paul G.
   Trans.:
Life of Dante, by Michele Barbi, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 5 (Winter 1954-1955), 23-28.

Rühm, Gerhard
   
stille, Concrete Poetry (Chapbook 9), 17 (Fall 1966), 16; die blume, ibid., 17.

Rukeyser, Muriel
   
Waterlily Fire, rev. Robert H. Glauber, 13 (Spring 1963), 38.

Rumerheim, Helge (Hulbert, Gary; Hulbert, Sven).

Rusel, Jacob
   
Purim Spiel, 40 (Spring 1990), 18-19.
   Swimmers, 41 (Fall 1990), 20; Fish Whose Eyes Are Never Closed in Sleep, ibid., 21; Poetry Reading at the Gershman Y, ibid., 21.
   How Jacob Loved, 42 (Fall 1991), 6-7.

Rushin, Pat
   
Dumb Dog, 48 (Winter 1997-1998), 40-41.

Russ, Lawrence
   
The Wedding Poem, 29 (Fall 1978), 7-9.
   The Lean Spirits, 33 (Winter 1982-1983), 12-19.
   The Food of Fairyland, 36 (Winter 1985-1986), 32-34.

Russell, Bob
   
Millenium's Orphan, 47 (Summer 1997), 8-9.

Russell, Hilary
   
The Schoolteacher Thinks of Moving, 32 (Fall 1981), 18-19.

Russell, James
   
The Old Monster, 3 (Fall 1952), 31.

Russell, Norman H.
   
By the Fire, American Indian Chapbook (Chapbook 16), 30 (Winter 1979-1980), 4.

Russell, Peter
   
Reflection, 14 (Spring 1964), 28-29.

Russell, Timothy
   
The Possibility of Turning to Salt, 31 (Summer 1981), 33.

Russotto, Margara
   
Domingo (Sunday), trans. by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, New Latin American Poetry (Chapbook 17), 32 (Summer 1982), 44-47.

Rutsala, Vern
   
Fears, 10 (Summer 1960), 4.

Ryan, Margaret
   
Against Romance, 44 (Summer 1994), 20; Fuchsia, ibid., 20; Prometheus at Rockefeller Center, ibid., 22-23.

Rydell, Angela
   
Pregnant Woman Thinks of Rainforest, 58 (Winter 2007-2008), 40.

Ryerson, Alice
   
Calling-People, 35 (Winter 1984-1985), 24.
   Jester, 36 (Summer 1986), 34-35.

Rzicznek, F. Daniel
   Wreckfish, 67 (
Fall 2016), 20.

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