In this issue of jmww (fall 2008):

Christine Stewart discusses
her favorite poems

Rachel Bradley's hell boxes

Book reviews of Michael Kimball, Jackie Corley, and more!

New poems from CM Burroughs

jmww. fall 2008

Editor's Note

High Five

High Five: Poetry by Christine Stewart


Chowbang by Pete Pazmino

Overnights by Melanie Haney

Permanent Damage by Lucille Sutton

Small Things Michelle Reale

How to Build Fine Home Furniture by Dave Susman

Happy Halloween by James Nawrocki

Flash Fiction

Mother and Child Reunion by Tai Dong Huai

One Thing I Know by Luca Dipierro

Hanged Cat by Melanie Cotter

Deep Falls: Apocrypha by Joseph Young

Late Apocrypha by Joseph Young


from where i am, i search by CM Burroughs

knitting bone by CM Burroughs

clavicle and mandible nearly touching by CM Burroughs

All rise by Kristine Ong Muslim

Apostasy by Howie Good

And What of the Moss by Charmi Keranen


Rachel Bradley's Hellboxes


The Poetry of Mao Zedong: Where Classic Chinese Poetry Meets Violent Revolution by Gary Lehmann

Book and Chapbook Reviews

Dear Everybody by Michael Kimball
(Reviewed by Joseph Young)

The Suburban Swindle by Jackie Corley
(Reviewed by Catherine Harrison)

The Second Elizabeth by Karen Lillis
(Reviewed by Jen Michalski)

Tetched by Thaddeus Rutkowski
(Reviewed by Jen Michalski)

Season of Flowers and Dust by Gregg Mosson
(Reader Review)

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