Harvard Review 26

Harvard Review 26

Harvard Review 26, Spring 2004

Issue 26 features fiction by Annabel Lyon and Judith McCormack, two scenes from a play by Arthur Miller, essays by Jane Brox, Patricia Vigderman, and Ha-yun Jung, poems by Gerard Malanga, Tom Sleigh, Bruce Bond, Bryan Dietrich, and Chris Wallace-Crabbe, photographs by Peter Brandes, in addition to monotypes by Peik Larsen.
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Fiction

Thomas O'Grady "Underfoot"
Lan Samantha Chang "Li Ang"
Barbara Sutton "Maybe, Maybe Not"
Annabel Lyon "Saturday Night Function"
Judith McCormack "A Theory of Probability"
Peter Brown "The Slaughterhouse"

Essay

Jane Brox "Ghost Countries"
Patricia Vigderman "Manatees"
Debra Anne Davis "Fighting the Devil by Killing the Angel"
Ha-yun Jung "Personal and Singular"

Poetry

Tom Sleigh "Necessity" and "Ulysses Sick"
Chris Wallace-Crabbe "Those Celestial Harmonies"
Gerard Malanga "The Further Adventures of John Deakin and Ted Roethke in London" and "gaberdine"
Steven Cramer "That'll Be the Day:"
Bruce Bond "The Invisible"
Gabriel Welsch "The Expensive View"
Jean Esteve "House of Ice"
Kathryn Starbuck "Ali Pasha, the Butcher of Ioannina" and "Where the Desert Begins"
David Blair "We Were Insanely Bored"
Nadia Herman Colburn "All Those Ordinary Days" and "What Takes Place Takes Place Upon It"
Maggie Dietz "The Interview"
Bryan Dietrich "78"
Julianne Buchsbaum Excerpt from "The Dialogue of Balm"
Aviya Kushner "Isaiah Gets Feisty, Chapter 28"
Ulf Kirchdorfer "Long and Short"
Daniel Coudriet "Reservations"
Vivek Narayanan "Scenes From a Space Odyssey" and "Primitive Lament (Money)"
Luciano Erba, Ann Snodgrass "In Jura"

Art

Peik Larsen "Monotypes"
Peter Brandes "Past III, photographs"

Book Review

Robert M. Stein BUS RIDE TO A BLUE MOVIE by Anne-Marie Levine
Peter Campion CLEMENT GREENBERG LATE WRITINGS by R.C. Morgan
Benjamin Paloff CUSP by Jennifer Grotz
William Doreski DEPARTURE by Rosanna Warren
Chard deNiord EARLY OCCULT MEMORY SYSTEMS OF THE LOWER MIDWEST by B.H. Fairchild
Benjamin Paloff EVIDENCES by James McCorkle
Cecily Iddings EXCEPT FOR ONE OBSCENE BRUSHSTROKE by Dzvinia Orlowsky
Maggie Dietz EYESHOT by Heather McHugh
Meg Tyler GONE: POEMS by Fanny Howe
William Doreski IF I WERE WRITING THIS by Robert Creeley
Daphne Abeel IRA FOXGLOVE by Thomas McMahon
Michael Shinagel JUSTICE MATTERS by Mona Sue
Jonathan Hart LESSONS OF THE MASTERS by George Steiner
James Sitar MIDDLE EARTH by Henri Cole
Christina Pugh MONKEY TIME by Philip Nikolayev
Robert Schnall MY MOJAVE by Donald Revell
Steve Dykes OPEN SEASON by Lucy Honig
Marcia Deihl OWLS HEAD by Rosamond Purcell
Hadara Bar-Nadav RIGGING THE WIND by Jennifer Barber
Tim Peterson SOME VALUES OF LANDSCAPE AND WEATHER by Peter Gizzi
Joyelle McSweeney SWOON by Victoria Redel
Sarah Kafatou THE GOSSAMER WALL by Michael O'Siadhail
Floyd Skloot THE MAN WHO LOVES CEZANNE by Dabney Stuart
Andrew DuBois THE REAL MOON OF POETRY AND OTHER POEMS by Tina Brown Celona
Andrew DuBois THE RED BIRD by Joyelle McSweeney
Peter Campion THE SINGING by C.K. Williams
Kathleen Rooney THE SLEEP OF REASON by David Gewanter
Floyd Skloot THE UNSWEPT ROOM by Sharon Olds
Garth Greenwell THE WIND, MASTER CHERRY, THE WIND by Larissa Szporluk