In the latest issue…
September 2021: Volume 22:3 Elegies, Lamentations, Prayers , includes 27 poets and translators. Lately, it seems everyone is thinking about death; dying has become quotidian and separate. One or two people are allowed in a hospital room with a covid patient, funerals go off without bells and whistles, and each of us can rattle off the list of souls to whom we have said goodbye, written an elegy for, sung a dirge, a lamentation, a song, cried, yearned to embrace for the last time. And who, now, do we embrace? Who is willing to leap from their virtual windows, rip down the walls of their fear? Dear reader, we implore you to pick up a poem, whether you believe in prayer or not, and pray the lyric.
Nina Zivancevic Elizabeth Brunazzi Patricia Spears Jones Peter Grandbois Sally Bliumis-Dunn Peter Robinson Andre Bagoo Baron Wormser Zilka Joseph Olga Livshin Karen Poppy Pat Kabra Indran AmirthanayagamChristine Guinard Gladys Mendia Leslie BaryPedro Granados Pauline Le Roy Ruy BeloAlexis Levitin Ana Guillot Ricardo Vasconcelos Gandelsman, VladimirAndrew Janco Jonathan HarringtonDavid Mills Jiwon Choi Jeannine M. PitasVijay Seshadri Nancy Naomi CarlsonW. Luther JettKhal Torabully Array (  => NinaZivancevic  => ElizabethBrunazzi  => PatriciaSpears Jones  => PeterGrandbois  => SallyBliumis-Dunn  => PeterRobinson  => AndreBagoo  => BaronWormser  => ZilkaJoseph  => OlgaLivshin  => KarenPoppy  => PatKabra  => IndranAmirthanayagam  => Christine Guinard  => GladysMendia  => LeslieBary  => PedroGranados  => PaulineLe Roy  => RuyBelo  => AlexisLevitin  => AnaGuillot  => RicardoVasconcelos  => Gandelsman, Vladimir  => AndrewJanco  => JonathanHarrington  => DavidMills  => JiwonChoi  => Jeannine M.Pitas  => VijaySeshadri  => Nancy NaomiCarlson  => W. LutherJett  => KhalTorabully )