ISSUE 4: 1982

Table of Contents

The Light Bringers - Eric Nelson

Whitman in Iceland - Sigurdur A. Magnússon
Antler, from Factory
- Sigurdur A. Magnússon
The Lonesome Highway - Laura Kalpakian
Marbles - Janet Reno
Out of the Classroom Endlessly Rocking - Richard Radcliffe
Remembering Mr. Martin: A Farmer - Michael Chandler
To Walt Whitman on America’s Birthday, 1978 - Roger Mitchell
Walt Passed By - B.Z. Niditch
At Cranberry and Fulton Street - Elizabeth Searle Lambs

Reading ‘Crossing Brooklyn Ferry’ On a Summer Morning
- Howard Nelson
from First Street - Martin DiCarlantonio
A Single Spray Still Shines - Diane McColley
Plot of Ground - Michael West
Between Missions - Alan MacDougall
Quiet Man - Alan MacDougall
Toward Scottsdale, Early Morning - Sheila E. Murphy
Sitting on the Porch of the Durant Hotel on a Hot August Afternoon in Chico, Texas - John Appling Sours
Letter Home - Louis McKee
The Idiot - Peter M. Johnson
Ethipoia Saluting the Colors - Michael Covino
Kush: A Wooly-Haired Son of Whitman
- Art Goodtimes
On Reading Walt Whitman - Lamont B. Steptoe
Sexual Strategy in ‘I Sing the Body Electric’ - George Klawitter
The Visit Home - Sheila E. Murphy

From the Diary of Peter Doyle and Other Poems, by John Gill - Geoffrey Sill
A Voice in the Crowd, by Kathryn H. Greenwood - Susan Chromiak
Bazaar, by Susan Wood - Eric Nelson

Doris Magasiny
Chris Entwisle
Wanda Spina
Beverly Thomas
John Giannotti

Special thanks are due the following writers and presses for permission to reprint previously printed and copyrighted works: Antler, Section III from Factory (City Lights Books, 1980); Elizabeth Searle Lamb, “At Cranberry and Fulton Streets” (Flatbush Magazine, 1965); Howard Nelson, “Reading ‘Crossing Brooklyn Ferry’ On a Summer Morning” (Missouri Review).
Cover art: a portrait of Whitman using lines from “Song of Myself.” Designed by John Sokol.


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