V 18 N 2 1998

Volume 18 Issue 2
Fall 1998

Volume 18 Issue 2
Fall 1998

 

Contents

 

Night Shift (Story) by Robin Beeman

 

Sparklers (Story) by Robin Beeman

 

Robin Beeman: An E-Mail Interview by Nikki Barranger

 

Mining Alabaster (Poem) by Joy Passanante

 

Power and Powerlessness: Names in the Fiction of Sandra Cisneros

(Essay) by Rose Marie Cutting

 

Sometimes It Doesn't Matter What You Think

(Poem) by David Brendan Hopes

 

White Sugar and Red Clay (Story) by Bev Marshall

 

What Do Negroes Want (Speech) by Sister M. Thea Bowman, F.S.PA

 

Crossing Phillips' Pond (Poem) by Brad Bostian

 

Midway Through a Now Familiar Passage (Poem) by E.A.Hilbert

 

Eschaton (Poem) by Jim Kacian

 

Black Haiku Pioneer, Lenard D. Moore

(Essay) by Francis W. Alexander

 

My Brother, My Son (Fiction) by James Cherry

 

Book Notes

 

Contributors Notes


Volume 18 Issue 1
Spring 1998

Volume 18 Issue 1
Spring 1998

Contents


New Orleans 1878 (Fiction) by Fatima Shaik

Fatima Shaik: An Interview by Diane Simmons

Prospecting (Poem) by Frederick Davis

Two Women (Poem) by Elizabeth Wilcox

Women's Bodies: Brief History (Poem)by Shannon Marquez McGuire

Feed My Sparrows (Fiction) by Elizabeth Howard

The Scent of Oysters (Poem) by Stella Nesanovich

Called to the Beautiful: The Incamational Art of Flannery O'Connor's

The Violent Bear It Away (Essay) by Christina Bieber

Head Count (Poem) by Jon Enfield

Zone 9: Winter Variations (Fiction) by Ruth Moon Kempher

Hurricane Without a Name (Poem) by Valentine Pierce

How Brother Rabbit Saddled the Hyena (Folk Tale with Essay) transcribed and translated by George Reinecke

Daytracking (Poem) by Robert Waters Grey

The Most Elaborate Display (Fiction) by Matt Clark

After Fishing (Poem) by Mary Crow

She Looks So Natural (Fiction) by Darlene Olivo

Love Weft on the Warp of Death: Louis Cartwright's Saint Louis

(Book Review) by John Gery

Contributors' Notes