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The Perfect Faceless Fish

Eileen Myles is a poet who lives in New York. She had a conversation in the Rail last summer with Jeremy Sigler about her collection The Importance of Being Iceland: Travel Essays in Art. The Inferno, a poet's novel will be out this fall. She's teaching in Missoula, MT this spring, well, now.

Three Prose Poems

Garrett Caples is the author of The Garrett Caples Reader (1999) and Complications (2007). He lives in Oakland and is an editor at City Lights Books.

So Could They Shroud Crows

Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle has been published in poetry journals as diverse as Boog City and The Boston Review, including Fence, Verse, Purple, Jacket, and Action Yes, among others. He is the editor of Dear Bear, the author of one book of poetry, Nuit Maudit, and of the paranormal detective thriller Kook! His film credits include Tremors, Finding Forrester, and Our City Dreams.

View of the Domain Saint-Joseph (Cézanne)

Sylvia Gorelick is the author of Seven Poems for Bill Berkson, published by Kostro Books last year.


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FEB 2010

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