Marsh Hawk Review is an online poetry journal sponsored by the Marsh Hawk Press collective. Marsh Hawk Review will appear twice a year, under the revolving editorship of collective members. Each issue will offer a selection of poems solicited by the editor, in addition to new work posted by poets in the collective.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

MARSH HAWK REVIEW SPRING 2011

EDITOR: EILEEN R. TABIOS


TABLE OF CONTENTS

(You may click on the poets' names to go directly to the poems, or simply scroll down.)

Barry Schwabsky
“Falling Asleep at the Movies” and “Gathering Darkness”


Rebecca Loudon
“The light ate too much of me” and “The Whore ACT 5: SCENE 5”


Michael Leong
“MENU IN CHINGLISH”


Anne Gorrick
“R & F Iridescents”


Guillermo Parra
“Maps”


Susan M. Schultz
from “From 'Memory Cards: Ashbery Series'”


Bruce Covey
“Psalm of Fruit & Echoes” and “Innings”


Lynn Behrendt
“Ezrasure”


Mark Lamoreaux
“I AM THE HALO THAT HOVERS ABOVE THE HEAD OF PAUL DELAROCHE’S 'YOUNG MARTYR' LIKE A FLYING SAUCER”


Sheila Murphy
Two from "American Ghazals"


Jon Curley
“Metafizzles” and “Profiles”


Tamiko Beyer
“Genderland” and “Sirens”


Paul Pines
“WHISTLER’S BLUE/ A NOCTURNE” and “WALKING RAMPART STREET”


Jean Vengua
“KNOWING, EVENTUALLY” and “AT THE BORDER”


Mark Young
“A line from Adrienne Rich” and “A line from Virginia Woolf”


Aileen Ibardaloza
“Tea in the Sahara”


Daniel Morris
“I’m Johnny Cash” and “A Message to S.D. Jones”


Anny Ballardini
“Another 1 For My Father” and “THE ABC OF JOBS: And Their Connections in an Elementary Interwoven Intertextuality”


[All works copyright of authors. The editor thanks the poets for sharing their poems.]





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