Harvard Review 32

Harvard Review 32

Harvard Review 32, Spring 2007

Issue 32 features essays by Daniel Maier-Katkin and Birgit Maier-Katkin, Akiko Busch, and Ward Cheney, stories by William Lychack, Nam Le, and Linda Bamber, drawings by Chloe Piene, as well as poems, paintings, photos, and prints by Katrhyn Starbuck, Robert Kelly, Ray Di Palma, Peter Jay Shippy, Andrzej Bogacz, James McCorkle, and Meena Alexander.
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Fiction

Gabriel Kuris "The Human Atlas of Hackensack"
John Ottey "Alexa and the German"
Linda Bamber "In the Yucatan"
Nam Le "Hiroshima"
Richard Sonnenmoser "Husband of the Bee"
William Lychack "The Ghostwriter"

Essay

Akiko Busch "Swimming the Hudson"
Ward Cheney "The Measure of a Hill"
J. Kates "Swimming with Translators"
Daniel Maier-Katkin, Birgit Maier-Katkin "Love and Reconciliation: The Case of Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger"

Poetry

Bruce Bond "Confessions of a Music Box"
Dan Sklar "Anything with Horses"
Dan Stryk "Child's Sin?"
Eva Hooker "Before the Spring in Which the Forsythia Bloom and She Unravels All Her Chambers, Mother Writes"
James Hoggard "Nineveh, on Fire Again: A Ghazal"
James McCorkle "Spring Fatalities"
James Norcliffe "Scaffolding"
John Canaday "By the Motion of His Lips"
Kathleen Rooney "Brazilian Groom: Dream No. 3"
Meena Alexander "Acqua Alta"
"Dusktime"
Sarah Hannah "Sky Pencil (Ilex crenata)" and "The Riddle of the Sphinx Moth"
Shiaw-Tian Liaw "On Love," "Fragments of Preparation," and "For the Sake of Endings"
William Doreski "Bad Wood"
Alexey Shelvakh, J. Kates "The Bridge"
Yiorgos Chouliaras, Maria Koundoura "The Trap of Dreams"
Ray DiPalma "Natural Selection," "On the Uselessness of Poetry for Assuring the Stability of Modern Buildings" and "Promise the Perverse and Offer a Chinese Pillow"
Kathryn Starbuck "Loss, Retrieval, Loss" and "The Shoe"