Lyn Coffin: On The Topmost Branch of a Beckett Tree
Youssef Alaoui: The Talking Sticks and The Archaeolgists: A Tale of Random Values
Rick London: Declaration by the Ghost of Emma Goldman
Tina V. Cabrera: Watch Out and Backwards
Tran Huy Quang: The Prophecy Fulfilled translated by Sheree Carey
Andrew Finch: In a BathroomBathroom With Adrienne Shelley
Fred Skolnik: Adrift in Global Village
Michael Welch: Yo Dad
Justin Thrift: The After Years
Dan Marshall: Gig
Ann Tashi Slater: Things You Dreamed of and Things You Didn't
Jenna Finawall Ryan: Jake Gyllenhaals. Book Club
Arturo Desimone: Eurydyka of the Krakow Tourist Information Center
Tammy Peacy: 5 Little Birds
David Plumb: Mouse Highway


Glitter and Smoke: Protest in New Orleans and Cairo by Andy Young
Two Poets' Agenda in the Age of Terror (the 1980s): Adrienne Rich and Peter Dale Scott" by Alec Marsh
"Difference, Diversity and The Infinite Trace: More on Visual Writing" by Tom Hibbard
"Kerouac Poetry: Mexican Black Hole Purgatorio" by Tom Hibbard
Year of the Hare, memoir by Teresa Mei Chuc
Seventy Years Ago in the South   by Martha King (chapbook)


Jane Summer reviews Teresa Mei Chuc's Red Thread
Alec Marsh reviews Ken Warren's Captain Poetry's Sucker Punch: A Guide to the Homeric Punkhole, 1980-2012
Jay Ramsay reviews John Gibbens' Orpheus Ascending and Dee Sunshine's Visions of the Drowning Man
Paul Nelson reviews Lisa Jarnot's Robert Duncan, The Ambassador from Venus, A Biography
Eric Hoffman reviews Donald Wellman's The Cranberry Island Series
Paul Corman Roberts reviews Lynn Alexander's Prologue for Mariamne
Philip Wells reviews Aidan Andrew Dun's Unholyland
Stephen Lewandowski reviews Bill Pruitt's Walking Home from the Eastman House and Helen Ruggieri's Butterflies Under a Japanese Moon
Judith Roche reviews Lyn Coffin's Joseph Brodsky Was Joseph Brodsky
Ami Kaye reviews Outside Voices: An Email Correspondence by Jake Berry and Jeffrey Side
Jonathan Cohen reviews Dark Times Filled with Light: The Selected Work of Juan Gelman, translated by Hardie St. Martin
Naftali Rottenstreich reviews Paul Pine's Divine Madness