Willow Springs 67

Spring 2011

Featuring poetry and prose by Laurie Lamon, Hugh Martin, Jess Walter, Dawn Raffel, and more, and interviews with Prageeta Sharma and Lydia Millet.

Issue 66    —    Issue 68 

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 Poetry

Alexander J. Allison live vibrations
Taylor Collier In a Goat Pasture Just Outside of Cross Cut, Texas
Larry Crist At the bus stop in passing
Mike Dockins The Rubble
Laurie Lamon Pain Thinks of Still Life
Babble
This Poem Doesn’t Care That It Isn’t a Sonnet
Pain Thinks of Black
Adrian Louis Ghost Road
Sunset at the Indian Cemetery
Marjorie Manwaring You Imagine a Version of Yourself
Hugh Martin Friday Night, FOB Cobra
Observation Post
Jay Nebel Disclaimer
Loud Mouth
Matthew Nienow On the Day You Were Born
Kathryn Nuernberger A Nice Girl
Eleanor Paynter Appartati
Curtis Perdue Return To
A Silence
John Sandoval Albuquerque
Molly Tenenbaum Bloomery

Fiction

Buzz Mauro Fractions
Natalie Sypolt Lettuce
Jess Walter Please

Nonfiction

Dawn Raffel The Tea Set From Japan
The Prayer Book
The Bride’s Bible
The Teacup
The Florsheim Dog
Tranqil Ease
Garnet Earrings

Interviews

A Conversation with Prageeta Sharma
A Conversation with Lydia Millet