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The Best American Poetry 1989 - Poets and Poems Included
... John Ashbery "Meanwhile..." Mudfish Beth Bentley "Norther Idylls" The Gettysburg Review Elizabeth Bishop "It is marvellous..." American Poetry Review Robert Bly "My Father at 85 ... D." Michigan Quarterly Review Gary Snyder "Building" Witness Elizabeth Spires "Sunday Afternoon at Fulham Palace" Iowa Review David St ... John "Broken Gauges" Green Mountains Review William Stafford "Last Day" The Ohio Review George Starbuck "Reading the Facts about Frost in The Norton Anthology" Poetry Patricia Storace "Movie" The New York Review ...
The Best American Poetry 1990 - Poets and Poems Included
... Ammons "The Damned" The Yale Review John Ash "The Sweeping Gesture" Broadway John Ashbery "Notes from the Air" The New Yorker Marvin Bell "Victim of Himself" The Atlantic Monthly Stephen Berg "First Song/Bank ... Merwin "The Morning Train" The New Yorker Jane Miller "Adoration" Black Warrior Review Susan Mitchell "Havana Birth" Ploughshares Paul Monette "The Worrying ... John "Last Night with Rafaella" The Gettysburg Review Gerald Stem "Saving My Skin from Burning" Iowa Review Mark Strand "Orpheus Alone" The New Yorker James Tate "Distance from Loved Ones" Denver Quarterly ...
The Best American Poetry 2006 - Poets and Poems Included
... The New Yorker Jesse Ball "Speech in a Chamber" The Paris Review Krista Benjamin "Letter from My Ancestors" Margie Ilya Bernstein "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" Fulcrum Gaylord Brewer "Apologia ... from A to Z" Poetry Rachel Hadas "Bird, Weasel, Fountain" The Cincinnati Review Mark Halliday "Refusal to Notice Beautiful Women" Michigan Quarterly Review Jim ... Journal John Koethe "Sally's Hair" The Kenyon Review Mark Kraushaar "Tonight" The Gettysburg Review Julie Larios "Double Abecedarian Please Give Me" The Georgia Review ...
The Gettysburg Review
... The Gettysburg Review is a quarterly literary magazine featuring short stories, poetry, essays and reviews ... News guide to the best colleges described the review as "recognized as one of the country's best literary journals." According to a Web page of the English ... The Gettysburg Review is one of the most frequent sources of material for The Best American Essays, The Best American Poetry, and The Best American Short Stories series ...

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