Willow Springs 68

Fall 2011

Featuring poetry and prose by Ray Amorosi, Matthew Dickman, Nance Van Winckel, Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum, and more. The issue also includes Sarah Hulse’s “Sine Die,” winner of the 2011 Willow Springs Fiction Prize, and an interview with Richard Russo.

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 Poetry

Ray Amorosi Only Silence
Jan Beatty American Revolver
Dexter L. Booth Moon Building
Beverly Burch Describe how a mirage works
Compare/contrast melancholia and nostalgia
Consider filial piety
Stacie Cassarino Song for the Unborn Mother
George David Clark Reveille in Red
Matthew Dickman Dog
Halcion
Beckian Fritz Goldberg The American Fact
Susan Maeder Blue on Blue
Ellisabeth Murawski Ignominy on Garland Avenue
Greg Pape Aunt Godiva
Justin Wade Thompson in the dust
Nance Van Winckel “Outlaw Mentality”
Alive at the End of the World
Because B
Last Address

Fiction

Clare Beams Hourglass
Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum The Remainder Salvaged

Nonfiction

Jill Christman Bird Girls

Willow Springs Fiction Prize

Sarah Hulse Sine Die

Interview

A Conversation with Richard Russo