Willow Springs 23

Winter 1989

Featuring poetry, prose, and translation by Zbigniew Herbert, Sharon Olinka, Donald Revell, Daisy Taylor, and more, and featuring art from Gerald Cannon.

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 Poetry

Keith Althaus Winter Dawn
Zoe Anglesey Peace Over the City
Michael Burkard Wanted
Bridges with People on Them
Adultery
Singing in the Rain
Frances Driscoll Unpurchased Batteries
Robert Edwards Espanol 101
David Graham The Names of Parents
Robert Grey In Other Words
Sal Halpern Survivors
Zbigniew Herbert A Suicide
translated by Marek Labinski
Lindsay Knowlton Guilty
Yusef Komunyakaa A Quality of Light
Greg Kuzma Worlds
Jane Miller Lucky Pierre’s
The Butane Egg
Sharon Olinka The Man in the 1986 Thunderbird
Making a Sale
Michael Perrow Pantoum
Sergei Petrunis Hieroglyphs
translated by Mary Jane White with the assistance of Alexander Sumerkin
Tracy Philpot Playing House
Therese Plantier No One Writes Me
This Being the Season
So that Fur and Water and My Dreams Surround You
Halina Poswiatowska Evenings
translated by Marek Labinski
Donald Revell Heliotrope: Years and Years after the Revolution
Doren Robbins Could You Have Understood This, Marc Chugall? The Male Soul Was My Whipping Boy
Joan Swift Stockings
Margaret Szumowski The Woman Who Gave Up a Good Thing
Stephan Torre Neighbor Upriver
Mary Jane White Evenings

Fiction

Daisy Taylor Mademoiselle

Review

Donald Revell Survival Without Irony

Art

Gerald Cannon