America's Oldest Poetry Journal

Volume 112, Number 3/4


Volume 112, Number 3/4

Continent, city, country, society:
the choice is never wise and never free.
And here, or there…No. Should we have stayed at home,
wherever that may be?
—Elizabeth Bishop

The border says stop to the wind, but the wind speaks another
language, and keeps going.
—Alberto Rios

FRONT COVER: Coyote Bluffs, Arizona. Photography by Ariel Body (

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