The Wolf 15

July 2007

Print edition contents

  • Penelope Shuttle – Looking at the Cloud
  • Lee Scrivner – Mass Redux
  • Niall McDevitt – A Night In With Roget
  • Peter Redgrove – The Sâdhaka
  • JL Williams – Antelope
  • Colm O'Shea – Night in the Workshop
  • Robert Stein – Turner at Porthcawl
  • The Wolf Review – From the Notebooks: Harry Fainlight
  • Will Stone – The Wrecker's Coast
  • Andrew O'Donnell – Atlantik
  • Alison Croggon – Theatre
  • Mike Waten – The Folly Ranks
  • ‘Terrible Things': The In-Clubs of Poetry Criticism
  • Andrew O'Donnell – The Castle
  • Emile Verhaeren – Shady Quarter (London)
  • Yannis Ritsos – His Lamp at Dawn
  • Semyon Lipkin – The Cossack Wife
  • Semyon Lipkin – Moses
  • Jean Follain – The Secret
  • The Wolf Interview: Saadi Youssef
  • Saadi Youssef – Days of June
  • Lee Scrivner – Of Dunces and Decorum
  • Norbert Hirschhorn – Nocturns
  • Shivani Sivagurunathan – Wildlife
  • Michelle Penn – Family Portrait II
  • Yvonne Green – Binyamin
  • Anna Smaill – Summer
  • Anna Smaill – Abunai
  • Siddhartha Bose – Chinatown, New York
  • Paschalis Nikolaou – Seen in Sebald
  • Ahren Warner – Émigré
  • Niall O'Sullivan – Claim to Fame
  • The Wolf Review – Whiteout: Maggraff & Turley
  • The Wolf Pamphlet Review
  • Dave Lordan – Dublin Spire
  • Shivani Sivagurunathan – Climate
  • Nick Nolet – Requiem
  • Peter Carpenter – Keith Standing
  • Paschalis Nikolaou – The Other Iliad
  • Mark Leech – Aftertaste
  • Todd Swift – Keeler
  • Roger Caldwell – A Handful of Words
  • Paschalis Nikolaou – After Schiele's Self-Portraits
  • Niall McDevitt – The Enemy
  • Contributors Notes
 

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