The Wolf 4

September 2003

Print edition contents

  • The Editors' Introduction
  • Jane Capon – Get Over It
  • James Byrne – Unbuttoning
  • Anna Woodford – Dancing Lesson
  • Tim Cunnigham – Cezanne's Coins
  • Ken Champion – Roma
  • Oliva Cole – Between some acts
  • The Wolf Review: Peter Redgrove – From The Virgil Caverns
  • Peter Redgrove – Arrivals
  • Valeria Melchioretto – Spheres Unrequited
  • Nicholas Cobic – One Evening
  • Angieska Ginko Humpries – To Wake You Up
  • Jan Oskar Hansen – The Brothel
  • The Wolf Interview: Roddy Lumsden
  • Roddy Lumsden – My Half-Life
  • Roddy Lumsden – Weathergirl
  • Niall McDevitt – The Nettles
  • Nadita Ghose – Hoodless
  • Veronika Koever – Austerian Disappearances
  • Anna Woodford – Girl, Padding
  • Agnes Eva Savich – Drunkeness
  • Olivia Cole –Balcony Scene
  • Nicholas Cobic: The Fifth Column
  • Bill Presley – Psalm 14 — Concerning Practical Atheism
  • Roddy Lumsden – For Jesus
  • Larry Jaffe – Making Lampsahdes
  • Julie Ficker – Blue Period
  • Tony Turner – My Car Has Four–Wheel Drive Because…
  • Callum James – Father to Son
  • Paul Birtill – When Did You Last See Your Father
  • The Wolf Review: Jan Oskar Hansen – Letters From Portugal
  • Elizabeth Hayward – Lost Innocence
  • Nicholas Cobic – Fisherman's Chronicles
  • James Byrne – Memories of Pemaquid Bay
  • Joyce Sutphen – The Body I Once Lived In
  • L K Robinson – Winterburn
  • Jason King – We Can Rebuild You
  • Nigel Lawrence – The Fat Suburb
  • Maureen Glade – No Return
  • Graham Pollock – A Girl Called Turmoil
  • Davide Trame – Stones
  • Kitty Sullivan – Butterskin
  • John Hartley Williams – The Wolf
  • Credits
 

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