Tomaž Šalamun – The Aztec
Mariano Peyrou – ‘There’s no alarm clock’
David Morley – Taken Away
Paul Stubbs – Afterworldsmen
Penelope Shuttle – Bower
Alvin Pang – Thirteen ways of looking at a snowscape
David Morley – A Gamekeeper’s Ghost
Valeria Melchioretto – St Frances and the Lion
Adam Wiedemann – A Tablet Atmosphere
Amjad Nasser – 1955
Amjad Nasser – Souvenir
Fady Joudah – Holy Numbers
Will Stone – Fatal Thrust
Pascale Petit – Diego and I
Annie Finch – Tarot
Tomaž Šalamun – Stork, Lift Your Weight!
Roland Orcsik – A Report From Laibach
Kadir Aydemir – The Island
Paul Stubbs – ‘Lying Figure, 1969’
Philip Fried – Overview

Contemporary Burmese Poetry
Hyma Ein – The Submarine Island
Manorhary – The Boat Will Row Back to My Shore
Manorhary – Days After Snow
Phone Thet Paing – Diary

The Wolf Interview: Derek Walcott

Poetry, Reviews and Critical Prose

‘Shadows in their voices’: British Women Writing Wild Poetry
by Kathleen Palti

The Wolf Book Reviews: Briggflatts by Basil Bunting
Midnight by Mourid Barghouti
Collected Poems by Christopher Middleton

Burning Off (A late addition to Auto: May 2008-April 2009)
by John Kinsella




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