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American Poetry Review
Volume: 49.5 | Year: 2020

Table of Contents:

Ralph Angel
at some point my translations
Before the rose
It's dark in the street
And certain people
The old man with the glass eye

Brittany Cavallaro
You & Your Destiny

Camille Dungy
Catalog
Metaphor of America as this homegrown painted lady chrysalis
To enter our own empty house
This is good

Safia Elhillo
The Animal

Jennifer Franklin
Biopsy Pantoum
Memento Mori: Pistachios

Benjamin Garcia
The Language in Question
The Language in Question

Anisa George
Garland

Vernita Hall
Singularity
Winter Melon Soup

Bob Hicok
Gobble: A Song of Climate Change
Genuflection: A Song of Climate Change

Joseph Jang
Plywood

Pattie McCarthy
intertidal ordinary

Stephen S. Mills
In Life My Husband Helps Put a Woman Back Together Again
In Life We Dance at a Gay Bar Named After a Dead First Lady

Alicia Mountain
Entreaty Now
Rewinding the Lesbian Sex Scene on a Flight from Denver

Alan Michael Parker
The Trees of Krakow
Breakfast

Cate Peebles
Night Sea
Milk River
In the Garden During the War

Joy Priest
A Personal History of Breathing

Nomi Stone
"When You Swim, Make Your Whole Body Like a Lung," Says My Wife Rose on Our Honeymoon
Sonnet on Want, While Driving Through a Grove of Deciduous Trees
On Taking Students to the Millstone River and Reconsidering the Category of Fieldwork

Tao Tao
Walmart

Corey Van Landingham
Reader, I
Reader, I

Nikki Wallschlaeger
Black Woman on a Plane, 21st Century
Black Woman in a Wide-Brimmed Hat, 21st Century
Population Control
Sorry for What
I Could Really Go for a Deep Hug

Keith S. Wilson
Still Life with Fruit Flies, Boiling Water, and Sink
Ode to the Police
Melting Pot
Transcendental Function: I Hear My Father's Voice, Anesthetized
Exploding Haiku

He Xiang
History Says (Hegemon Remix)
Two Rolls

Poets of Interest in this issue:

Ralph Angel
at some point my translations; Before the rose; It's dark in the street; And certain people; The old man with the glass eye

 

Brittany Cavallaro
You & Your Destiny

 

Camille Dungy
Catalog; Metaphor of America as this homegrown painted lady chrysalis; To enter our own empty house; This is good

 

Bob Hicok
Gobble: A Song of Climate Change; Genuflection: A Song of Climate Change

 

Alicia Mountain
Entreaty Now; Rewinding the Lesbian Sex Scene on a Flight from Denver

 

Cate Peebles
Night Sea; Milk River; In the Garden During the War

 

Nomi Stone
"When You Swim, Make Your Whole Body Like a Lung," Says My Wife Rose on Our Honeymoon; Sonnet on Want, While Driving Through a Grove of Deciduous Trees; On Taking Students to the Millstone River and Reconsidering the Category of Fieldwork