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"Untitled" by Blanche Duberstein, design by Willard Bond
Issue 6, Spring 1971  
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Craft Interview: Allen Ginsberg

Editorial: The Poet's Role Today

Articles, Features, and Photos:
The Afro-American Poet in NY by Lucille Medwick, Listing of Black Poets by Galen Williams, The White Poetry Syndicate by Walter Lowenfels, Prosody Article on Rime by X. J. Kennedy, plus photos of Feldman, Jones, Glatstein, Sanchez, Hugo, and Strand.


POET TITLE
Michael Horovitz   VAGUELY CATHOLIC EVENT
Janet Bloom   SIGNALLED WATERS
Anthony S. Brandt   AIRPLANE AT DUSK
Elton Glaser   LOVE STORY
Dona Stein   EURYDICE
Albert Goldbarth   EXPLAINING TO THE MISSUS
Eli Siegel   ONLY LATER; OR THE FIRST LINE
Rudy Shackelford   FANTASY ON ONE NOTE
Peter Klappert   LAUGHING AFTER LOVE
Douglas Eichorn   FOR THE LAST CLASS OF ENGLISH 52
Joel Lawrence   HOW TO GET RID OF ANTS
  A PROFESSOR'S LAMENT
Helane Levine   TURNING
  DUSK
Linda Krenis   THE VACANCY
Martin Koeppal   I CUT MY FACE
Eli Siegel   TERROR IS FOR WHAT YOU ARE
Robert Rainsbury   THE BALLAD OF COLLEEN MOORE
Janet Bloom   THROUGH WILDERNESS
Joan Simon   OPHELIA AT BRUNCH
Michael Horovitz   REMEMBERING
  DAMN YOUR EYES
  TRANSMOGRIFIED
Thomas Schuneman   TALKIN 88
Leo Connellan   SHADOWS
Richard Kostelanetz   FIRST AVENUE
Charles Wagner   TWO FRAGMENTS OF UNWRITTEN HISTORY
Muriel Rukeyser   LOOKING AT EACH OTHER
Patricia Ryan   ON TURNING THIRTY
Robert Lax   from HISTORIES
Stephen Levine   SHIPPING DAY
Erica Jong   THE QUARREL
Gregory Orr   DAFFODIL POEM
Philip Schultz   TOWARD THE END OF WINTER
Carol Jennings   I WANT TO SLEEP WITH YOU
Joan Stone   A POEM FOR MRS. SNYDER
Frank T. Crohn   PALEY PARK
Nat White   AS A CHILD