Aufgabe # 7 | Table of Contents

Editors’ Note: Undoing Numbers
Paul Foster Johnson, Julian T. Brolaski & E. Tracy Grinnell

guest edited by Jennifer Scappettone, with translations from the Italian by Patrick Barron, Carla Billitteri, Gherardo Bortolotti, Chiara Daino, Kathleen Fraser, Marco Giovenale, Stefania Heim, Peter Pihos, Jennifer Scappettone, and Pasquale Verdicchio

Jennifer Scappettone, Foreword: Passi / between tongues / towards a poetics of research
Emilio Villa, Figurative Content
Amelia Rosselli, Four Poems
Andrea Zanzotto, Two Poems
Nanni Cagnone, Three Excerpts
Milli Graffi, from Embargoed Voice
Maria Attanasio, from Amnesia of the Movement of Clouds
Giuliano Mesa, Triple Fugue
Marco Giovenale, Body, chill, time, objects and/or World’s visibility and speakability in contemporary Italian poetry
Andrea Raos, from The Migratory Bees
Marco Giovenale, from The Exposed House
Giovanna Frene, Two Excerpts
Gherardo Bortolotti, from Traces
Florinda Fusco, from The Book of Dark Madonnas
Massimo Sannelli, NO MEN ON ME
Marco Giovenale & Gherardo Bortolotti, Appendix: Three Paragraphs

edited by Julian T. Brolaski, E. Tracy Grinnell, & Paul Foster Johnson
Evelyn Reilly, Rant
S�bastien Smirou, My Laurent 1 – The Battles (trans. Andrew Zawacki)
erica kaufman, from censory impulse
kari edwards, Two Poems
Allison Cobb, Lament
Sarah Mangold, Three Poems
Aby Kaupang, Four Poems
Jen Coleman, Two Poems
Craig Cotter, Two Poems
Amy King, Two Poems
Cynthia Sailers, Two Poems
Jennifer Chapis, Three Poems
Matt Reeck, / kaeul eh shi / Coward Essay / Fall Poem
Steve Light, from Against Middle Passages
Lila Zemborain, from Mauve Sea-Orchids
Biswamit Dwibedy, Four Poems
Chris Pusateri, Two Poems
El�na Rivera, Poem With a Line Drawn Across the Body
Lisa Samuels, Two Poems
Kate Colby, from Unbecoming Behavior
Joshua Corey, from Little Land Lyrics
Mike Rancourt, image war
Brandon Brown, Two Poems
Kate Schapira, Two Poems
Jen Tynes, Two Poems
Marcella Durand, The Spatial Dimensions of Elephant Migrations

Essays, Notes, Reviews
edited by Mark Tardi
Lisa Samuels, Why I Hate Realism
Nerys Williams, Jennifer Moxley’s ‘Deceitful Subjective’
Richard Owens, Hannah Weiner’s Open House
Pia Tafdrup, from MedellÍn Illuminated: Poetry and War at the 14th Annual Poetry Festival (trans. Kyle Semmel)
Brian Whitener, Danielle Dutton’s Attempts at a Life
Allison Cobb, Writing in a Time of War: The Example of Christine de Pizan
Contributors’ Notes

Cover Art
Ruby Palmer

Journal Poetry Publishing Reviews

AMY KING View All →

Amy King is the recipient of the 2015 Winner of the Women’s National Book Association (WNBA) Award. Her latest collection, The Missing Museum, is a winner of the 2015 Tarpaulin Sky Book Prize. She co-edited with Heidi Lynn Staples the anthology Big Energy Poets of the Anthropocene: When Ecopoets Think Climate Change. She also co-edits the anthology series, Bettering American Poetry, and is a professor of creative writing at SUNY Nassau Community College.

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