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EVENING WILL COME
Issue 17 | May 2012
An Homage to Stacy Doris 1962-2012
Guest Editor: Laynie Browne
Photo © Isabelle Levy-Lehmann (July 17, 1997).
May not be reproduced without permission of photographer.
For Stacy, beloved friend, brilliant poet, translator, and teacher.
For everyone who loves Stacy, and to future readers of her work.
And especially for Chet Weiner, and Stacy and Chet’s children Rayzl and Laish Gedalya.
For a comprehensive biography please visit the Electronic Poetry Center here.
Susan Bee | For Stacy: Emily Bronte.
Laynie Browne | “Air Furs Contact”
Maxine Chernoff | “Love Letter: Lament”
Norma Cole | Subject: Xpress
Caroline Dubois & Anne Portugal | Faucons en grève
Robert Fitterman | NOT NOTES
Kevin Killian | Memories of Stacy Doris
Ann Lauterbach | Stacy Doris : A Little Memoir
Kristine Leja | Stacy Doris as Teacher
Andrew Levy | The First Time I Met Stacy
Laura Mullen | “All the Time in the World”: Some Postcards
Melanie Neilson | Bird Coming Through A Super Doorway
Jena Osman | Taking the Dare of Kildare
Nick Piombino | From the blog fait accompli
Kim Rosenfield | Stacy Doris: An Osmothèque
James Sherry | Written on a Subway Stalled under the East River
Toni Simon | Machine for Talking to the Dead—for Stacy
Cole Swensen | Stacy at Home
Nicole A. Zdeb | It Only Takes One
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