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The Prose Poem: An International Journal

1994

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Euphemia Gray's Pubis, Charles Simic Jan 1994

Euphemia Gray's Pubis, Charles Simic

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


The Road From Genghis Khan, Thomas R. Smith Jan 1994

The Road From Genghis Khan, Thomas R. Smith

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Forest, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi Jan 1994

Forest, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Black, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi Jan 1994

Black, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Fire, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi Jan 1994

Fire, Wallis Wilde-Menozzi

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Gertrude And Alice Pose, Peter Wortsman Jan 1994

Gertrude And Alice Pose, Peter Wortsman

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


My Son Is Learning About Death ..., Gary Young Jan 1994

My Son Is Learning About Death ..., Gary Young

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Recognizing Ever-Changing Landscapes, Anne Ohman Youngs Jan 1994

Recognizing Ever-Changing Landscapes, Anne Ohman Youngs

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


The Sky Upon Us, James A. Zoller Jan 1994

The Sky Upon Us, James A. Zoller

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Robert Bly's What Have I Ever Lost By Dying?, Margueritte S. Murphy Jan 1994

Robert Bly's What Have I Ever Lost By Dying?, Margueritte S. Murphy

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Greg Boyd's Carnival Aptitude And Robert Perchan's Perchan's Chorea, John Bradley Jan 1994

Greg Boyd's Carnival Aptitude And Robert Perchan's Perchan's Chorea, John Bradley

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Stuart Dybek’S The Story Of Mist And Naomi Shihab Nye’S Mint, Richard Murphy Jan 1994

Stuart Dybek’S The Story Of Mist And Naomi Shihab Nye’S Mint, Richard Murphy

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Rosemarie Waldrop’S Lawn Of Excluded Middle, Elizabeth Willis Jan 1994

Rosemarie Waldrop’S Lawn Of Excluded Middle, Elizabeth Willis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


A Window In The Poem, Jack Anderson Jan 1994

A Window In The Poem, Jack Anderson

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


The Boy Who Had One Thought, Robert Bly Jan 1994

The Boy Who Had One Thought, Robert Bly

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


I Always Knew ..., Giannina Braschi Jan 1994

I Always Knew ..., Giannina Braschi

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


From Two Slow Roads ..., Giannina Braschi Jan 1994

From Two Slow Roads ..., Giannina Braschi

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


From The Ochre World - #24, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #24, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

Note: The Ochre World is a 45 page poem, formed at the junction of a dream, a news event, and some photographs of the Lascaux cave paintings. Some of the poem's sections can stand alone, others cannot, but all are enriched by a scheme of recurring imagery and an evolving "argument." Although unnumbered in the full manuscript, I have given these sections—which occur late in the poem—numbers, so the reader can feel the duration, at least, of the absent sections.
-- J.D.

[from original publication, 1994.]


From The Ochre World - #37, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #37, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

Note: The Ochre World is a 45 page poem, formed at the junction of a dream, a news event, and some photographs of the Lascaux cave paintings. Some of the poem's sections can stand alone, others cannot, but all are enriched by a scheme of recurring imagery and an evolving "argument." Although unnumbered in the full manuscript, I have given these sections—which occur late in the poem—numbers, so the reader can feel the duration, at least, of the absent sections.
-- J.D.

[from original publication, 1994.]


The Participant, Peter Desy Jan 1994

The Participant, Peter Desy

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.