Volume 87 No. 1, January 2013

In January 2013, WLT showcases 2012 Neustadt Prize laureate Rohinton Mistry as well as a special section on poetry trails, “Finding Poetry Under the Open Sky.” Other highlights include short stories by Peter Orner (US) and Cyril Dabydeen (Guyana/Canada), poetry by Mark Tredinnick (Australia) and Lauren Camp (US), and essays on the work of PEN Haiti and the “immediacy of influence” in Hungarian literature.

Table of Contents

2012 Neustadt Prize Laureate Rohinton Mistry

5 Poetry Trails

  • INTRO “Finding Poetry Under the Open Sky,” Pattiann Rogers
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  • “The William Stafford Path Lake Oswego, Oregon,” Kim Stafford
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  • “Poetry Trail in Greenway Meadows Princeton, New Jersey,” Scott McVay
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  • “The Milwaukee County Zoo Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” Pattiann Rogers
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  • “Herman Hill Park Water Center Wichita, Kansas,” Albert Goldbarth
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  • “Oaken Transformations Brighton, Michigan,” Susan Blackwell Ramsey
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  • PHOTO GALLERY WEB EXCLUSIVE
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Essays

  • “The Weather of Who We Are An Intimate Essay on the Weather, the Self, and Australianness,” Mark Tredinnick
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  • “The Immediacy of Influence,” Adam Z. Levy
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  • “A New Refuge for Haitian Writers,” Deji Olukotun
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Poetry

Fiction

  • “The Speech Therapist,” Cyril Dabydeen
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  • by Peter Orner
  • WEB EXCLUSIVE
    by Kim Kyŏnguk

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