Poetry

Illusion is a Gangstergirl

Illusion is a gangstergirl the sensitive killer’s tattoo spelled out

Accordion Chamber Music

(four short movements after Max Beckmann’s The Argonauts)

Minor Treatise on A Warning from Robbe-Grillet

Frances Richard is nonfiction editor of the literary journal Fence; a member of the editorial team at the art and culture magazine Cabinet; and a frequent contributor to Artforum. Her first book of poems, See Through, is forthcoming from Four Way Books in 2003. She teaches at Barnard College, and lives in Brooklyn.

On Peekaboo and the Pathetic Fallacy

Frances Richard is nonfiction editor of the literary journal Fence; a member of the editorial team at the art and culture magazine Cabinet; and a frequent contributor to Artforum. Her first book of poems, See Through, is forthcoming from Four Way Books in 2003. She teaches at Barnard College, and lives in Brooklyn.

The Origins of the English Novel

Matthew Brogan's poems have appeared in Antioch Review, Columbia, Denver Quarterly, International Poetry Review, Verse, and other journals. He is also the executive director of Seattle Arts & Lectures, a nonprofit literary organization.

The Bride 26, Is Keeping Her Name

Matthew Brogan's poems have appeared in Antioch Review, Columbia, Denver Quarterly, International Poetry Review, Verse, and other journals. He is also the executive director of Seattle Arts & Lectures, a nonprofit literary organization.

Heavenly Accounting

Matthew Brogan's poems have appeared in Antioch Review, Columbia, Denver Quarterly, International Poetry Review, Verse, and other journals. He is also the executive director of Seattle Arts & Lectures, a nonprofit literary organization.

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