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Vol. XXVIII, #2 Dalkey Archive Annual 2

Editor’s Note From The Mirror in the Well, by Micheline Aharonian Marcom From Prairie Style, by C.S. Giscombe From Log of the S.S. The Mrs Unguentine, by Stanley Crawford From The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge, by Rainer Maria Rilke Read on! →

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Here

C. S. Giscombe’s Here is a long, single poem that takes place in a progression of three settings, three unlikely locations: the edges of the urban south, the edges—just beyond and just within the city—of rural Ohio, and the places where… Read on! →

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Prairie Style

Prairie Style is about the breakdown of location and voice. It lays out a landscape of habitations (Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs for “servantless families,” fox dens in an embankment, the two-mile long face of Chicago’s Robert Taylor public… Read on! →

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Giscome Road

Winner of the Carl Sandburg Award for Poetry upon first publication, Giscome Road continues the meditation on place begun in Here, C. S. Giscombe’s earlier volume of poetry. Concerned with specific locales in northern Canada named for the… Read on! →