CONTENTS OF THE SPRING 2005 ISSUE.

POETRY.

Finches in the Snow

by James Norcliffe

The Father

The Illness

Afternoon

by Christine Garren

The Physics of Blown Sand

On Reading Louis L'Amour Driving East Across West Texas

by Kimberly Meyer

from And About Time

by Tung-Hui Hu

If I Could Trust Her

by David Starkey

Breakfast

by W.T. Pfefferle

Mother’s Water

by Andrea Potos

Power

by Holaday Mason

Insectophilia

The Chemist

by David Bruzina

Man with a Yellow Pail

by Harry Humes

Without Power

by Julia Funderburk

A Capella

by Weston Cutter

A Former Gravedigger, His Figures of Speech

by Sarah Pennington

from Girls’ School

by Claudia Emerson

FICTION.

The Umbrella Thief

Future Sex

by Cheryl Hiers

Cannibals in the Basement

by James Mathews

Noise Gate

by Kenneth Calhoun

The Iron Moth

by Benjamin Percy

Proxy

by Holly Farris

Acres

by Siobhán Scarry

The Bottle in the Vegetable Garden

by Glen Retief

Advanced at Nine

by Theo Gangi

STAFF OF THE REVIEW.

Editor

Jim Clark

Assistant editors

Terry Kennedy, Brandon Rauch

Fiction editor

Sarah Hagge

Assistant fiction editor

Greg Shemkovitz

Poetry editor

Allison Seay

Assistant poetry editor

Jeremy Aufrance

Editorial board

Fred Chappell, Stuart Dischell, A. Van Jordan, Michael Parker, Lee Zacharias

Editorial assistants

Justin Estes, Toy O’Ferrall, Blythe Winslow
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