Monday, October 01, 2007

The Laurel Review - Summer/Fall 2007

OK, so it actually is the "Summer" issue, but with most of us being gone most of the summer, we're thinking we should maybe start calling it the fall issue . . .

If you would like to subscribe, drop me a line at, and we'll set you up at the rock bottom introductory low price of $5.00 for two issues . . .

The Laurel Review
Summer 2007


David Baker, Clean Blade

Linda Bierds, Dürer Near Fifty

Paula Closson Buck, The Smallest Man Carries the Candle
The Heart Is
Elegy for My Novel

Catherine Daly, Tectonic

Shira Dentz, 3 Sexograms

Angie Estes, Takeoff

Kathy Fagan, Leap of Faith

Albert Goldbarth, A Two-Day Trip in 800 Years
The Mailbox

Linda Gregerson, De Magnete

Thomas Heise, Examination

John Hoppenthaler, College Town
Still Life with Signed Iris DeMent Poster, Infamous Angel on the Stereo

Catherine Imbriglio, Light Be There Let

Cat Jones, Lex Olifantus

Aby Kaupang, Strom days are roses

Sally Keith, Without Hurry

Jesse Lee Kercheval, 4:15

Joanna Klink, Vireo

David Lazar, On Canal

Matt Mason, Decades Later, He Recalls the Terrors of Birth

Christopher Matthews, Family Reunion

Richard Meier, Of Which This Answer Is The Continuance
Stéphane Mallarmé
The Loft (Negative Capability)

Jeanne Stauffer-Merle, Within an Inch of Your

Carl Phillips, Wingbeat, Hoofbeat

Emily Rosko, [Accoutred as I was plunged in]
[In thy dumb action will I be as perfect]

Steven D. Schroeder, Fifteen Ways to Finish Fish

Jason Tandon, Morning on Snake Mountain

Jonathan Weinert, Fair Affair of the Little “I”

Greg Wrenn, Onto
Poem Found in Rothko’s Papers

Jean Valentine, Even all night long
[The white-washed walls, the chair]


Charles Heiner, Miss Kristinsen

Catherine Kriege, Miracle

Daniel T. Smith, The Mission


Maxine Chernoff, Homeland Security

Wayne Miller, A Defense of John Ashbery

J.D. Smith, Salt Water

Mark Spitzer, Garuminations

Brian Jay Stanley, The Lonely Race

Holly Welker, Priming the Pump


Peter Makuck, Master And Mistress of Shine: on the poetry of Anele Rubin and Michael McFee

Scott Minar, Undying Nature: A Review of Mark Strand’s Man and Camel


At 10/01/2007 5:24 PM, Blogger Talia said...

So is it out? When can I expect it in my mailbox?

At 10/01/2007 6:29 PM, Blogger John Gallaher said...

They're going out bulk mail, which is unpredictable... !


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