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

  • Editor's Note
  • Alfred Hitchcock, Creator and Creation Fictionalizing the “Master of Suspense”

2012 Neustadt Prize Laureate Rohinton Mistry

5 Poetry Trails

  • INTRO: “Finding Poetry Under the Open Sky,” Pattiann Rogers
  • “The William Stafford Path Lake Oswego, Oregon,” Kim Stafford
  • “Poetry Trail in Greenway Meadows Princeton, New Jersey,” Scott McVay
  • “The Milwaukee County Zoo Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” Pattiann Rogers
  • “Herman Hill Park Water Center Wichita, Kansas,” Albert Goldbarth
  • “Oaken Transformations Brighton, Michigan,” Susan Blackwell Ramsey
  • WEB EXCLUSIVE PHOTO GALLERY: Poetry Trails: 28 Photos


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


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