WILLOWS WEPT REVIEW


Issue Twenty-Three opens with a pair of poems by Pearl Button that explore the relationship we have with the rest of the natural world, and especially what happens in the confluence of violence, loss, imagination, and intersubjectivity. The issue also includes poetry and prose by KB Ballentine, Becky Boling, AG Compaine, Benjamin Cutler, Catherine Reid Day, George Franklin, D.E. Green, John Grey, Richard Holinger, James Ross Kelly, Frederick Livingston, Steven McCown, R.F. Mechelke, Karen Neuberg, Michael Sandler, and Marly Youmans as well as a series of images by Jennifer Weigel.

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