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Contents: Volume 10(4)

Jon Glover Editorial (on Emanuel Litvinoff)
Ian Gregson Three Poems
Ian Pindar Two Poems
Kim Moore Two Poems
Paul Brook Three Poems
Gary Allen Two Poems
Nabila Jameel Four Poems
Sue Johnson Poem
James Brasfield Two Poems
Erin Pearl Keenan Poem
Ira Gold Berish in America
Annette Barnes Two Poems
Ralph Hancock Two Poems
Joe Davies Pape and Gorilla
Dennis Walder The Place
Meredith Davies Hadaway Two Poems
Sarah Lindon Two Poems
Jonathan Taylor Poem
William Wenthe Two Poems
Katrina Naomi Six Poems
Niall McGrath Two Poems
Alexandra Mankowitz Two Poems
Bill Dodd Three Poems
Jesse Patrick Ferguson Poem
D. C. Lambert There's More to Life than Love
Tom Gilliver Two Poems
Eleanore Schönmaier Three Poems
Donna Pucciani Two Poems
Tim Suermondt Poem
Paul Stephenson Two Poems
Stanley Radhuber Poem
Perie Longo Two Poems
Sarah Hymas Two Poems
Caitlin M. Mailing The Fish
Gill Gregory Two Poems
Charlie Hill Genocide
Jon Glover Poem
Martin Malone Prairies
Owen Lowery Review
Hannah Copley Review
  Notes on Contributors

Selected Contributors:

Gary Allen was born in Ballymena, Co. Antrim. Recent magazine acceptances include Agenda, Ambit, Edinburgh Review, London Magazine, Poetry Review. He has five full-length collections; the latest is The Bone (Lagan Press, 2008).

Jon Glover works with Stand. He is Emeritus Professor at the University of Bolton and an Honorary Fellow of the School of English, University of Leeds. His last book, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Carcanet, 2008) was Ian McMillan's ‘book of the year’. Glass Is Elastic (Carcanet, 2012) is out now.

Ira Gold grew up in Brooklyn, in the only ultra-Orthodox communist family in the city. He has published over two-dozen short stories and is currently working on a novel about the great anarchist hero, Herman Himmelman.

Perie Longo has published three books of poetry: Milking the Earth, The Privacy of Wind With Nothing behind but Sky: a journey through grief. Her work has appeared in Atlanta Review, Connecticut Review, International Poetry Review, Nimrod, Prairie Schooner and others.

Martin Malone is author of five novels, a short story collection and a memoir of his military service in Lebanon and Iraq. He has written for TV and his first stage play, Rosanna Nightwalker: the Wren of the Curragh, recently enjoyed a successful run. His novel, Us, won the John B. Keane / Sunday Independent Award,

Kim Moore is 28 and works as a peripatetic brass teacher for Cumbria Music Service. She is currently studying for an MA in Creative Writing at Manchester Met and has been published in Poetry Review and the TLS. Kim won an Eric Gregory Award this year.

Jonathan Taylor is the author of Take Me Home: Parkinson's, My Father, Myself (Granta Books, 2007). His writing has appeared in newspapers and magazines including TLS, Times Higher, Guardian Family. His novel, Entertaining Strangers, will be published by Salt in 2012, and his poetry collection by Shoestring in 2013.

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