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"Untitled" by Pierre Clerk, silk screen print
Issue 16, Fall 1973  
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Editorial: Obscenity and Eroticism

Articles, Features, and Photos:
The Poet as Teacher: Stephen Stepanchev by Mary Jame Fortunato, plus photos of Berrigan, Merwin, Momaday, Bass, Swenson, and Scully.


POET TITLE
Richard Bloom   NOTES OF A 12 YEAR OLD BOY
Robert De Young   WINNER
Peter Cooley   THE BIRTH OF DEMONS
Madeline Bass   ALTERNATE ENDING
William Aarnes   THE GUARD
Susan Hauser   TO CARVE A PINEAPPLE
John Woods   CRASHES
Rita Valentino   GOOD EVENING
Francis Sullivan   TO A METAPHYSICAL MAN
George Weiner   WHAT HAPPENED TODAY
Herbert Waxman   DEAR SEYMOUR LIPOWITZ
D. W. Donzella   CROSSING
Jayne Stahl   PAST TENSE
John Stone   LOVE POEM
W. M. Ransom   TO AN UGLY STEPFATHER
Dora Pettinella   BLACK STONE
Layle Silbert   NOTE LEFT ON A DESK
Philip Murray   ROUND
Peter Fellows   TO THE MEMORY OF THE VENERABLE
Alan Feldman   CAMEL'S HUMP, VERMONT
Diane Raintree   ISN'T THERE A STONE
Barbara Szerlip   GOODBYE
Frederick Smith   CORYDON & AMARYLLIS
Michael Niflis   FALLEN ANGELS
Judith Johnson Sherwin   THE FRAME
Karen Swenson   MIRROR, MIRROR
Jesse Stuart   APPALACHIA
David Galler   TOWARDS A NEW MORALITY
James Lewisohn   POETRY
David Ignatow   BE NOURISHED
Richard Hugo   DISPOSSESSION
Jackson Mac Low   38TH ODE FOR IRIS
  34TH ODE FOR IRIS
Michael Harlow   THE FATHER
David Dwyer   ARIANA OLISVOS
Jay Meek   FOR A BEATEN CHILD
William Heyen   THE MACHINE
Steve Hassett   MOTHER'S DAY
Barry Wallenstein   THE KEPT MAN
Elizabeth Lindsay   IN BUKARA
Marcia Lee Masters   ELEGY
John Bennett   I SOMETIMES WONDER
Charles Bukowski   THE AVOIDANCE OF BOREDOM
Rosemary Daniel   I WANT
Jackson Mac Low   32ND ODE FOR IRIS