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Entire Issue

Voices de la Luna, Volume 7, Number 1

Editor’s Note, James R. Adair Cover Page Art, Vincent Valdez

Featured Poet

War Poems – Fracking the Eagle Ford, Mobi Warren One Hundred Thousand, Mobi Warren

Featured Interview

Questions for Robert L. Flynn

Collaboration in Literature & the Arts

Creative Writing Reading Series Reflection, Elaine Wong

Book Reviews

My Foreign Cities: A Memoir (Elizabeth Scarboro), Mo H Saidi Wen Kroy (Sheila Black), Mo H Saidi Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital (Sheri Fink), Mo H Saidi

Youth Poems

Seashell, Leilani Loveless 100% Catracho, Oscar C. Don’t Call Me a Loner, Carlos M. Time Capsule, Caulder Stratton Green Turtle, April Ponce

Select Poems

October Song, Peter Holland Then, Now and In-between, Harold Rodinsky Resurrection, Janet E. Cosner On the Bridge over the Sava River, Jasmina Wellinghoff Andersen’s Fairy Tales, Carol Townsend An Argument with Father, Andy Gambell Reverie, Charlene Plover The April of Barn Swallows, Karen J. Weyant The Ballad of Hiroo Onoda, Don Mathis Dover Beach, Matthew Arnold O Captain! My Captain! Walt Whitman I Hear America Cringing, Fernando Esteban Flores Words, Richard Mather Waking without You, Barbara Sabol Fur Ball, Clark Watts Villanelle, Billy Jackson Demons at Midnight, Angela Consolo Mankiewicz Under Assault, Trish Bigelow The Vaquero, Larry D. Thomas Remembering a Man on a Hillside, Julie Chappell Echoes of Summer, Clyta Coder Hope, Ann Marie Barlass Poem 739, Emily Dickinson First Rifle, Hank Jones The People Have Drunk the Wine of Peace, Lesbia Harford Peace on Earth, William Carlos Williams

Poems from the First World War

Dulce et Decorum Est, Wilfred Owen To the Poet before Battle, Ivor Gurney Peace, Gerald Manley Hopkins On the Western Front, Alfred Noyes May Morning, Vera Brittain Break of Day in the Trenches, Isaac Rosenberg The Sun Used to Shine, Edward Thomas Declaration against the War, Siegfried Sassoon

Editors’ Poems

New Fridge, Carol Coffee Reposa Let’s Pray for Texas, Mo H Saidi Liminal Space, Lou Taylor Misfit, James R. Adair Picnic Past at Davey’s Lake, Joan Strauch Seifert On Charles Whitman, Carol Coffee Reposa An August Day in Austin, Lou Taylor

International Poems

Lo Fatal, Rubén Darío (The Certainty of Death, trans. Gerard S. Robledo) Das Motiv, Hejo Müller (The Motif, trans. James Brandenburg) (דיד תניק) םירבג ולפנ ךיא, Hebrew Bible (How the Mighty Have Fallen [David’s Lament], trans. James R. Adair)

Art & Culture in the City

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts McNay Art Museum San Antonio Museum of Art Poetricity Poetry & Arts Events Poetry & Arts Places

Poetry Therapy

The Triumph of American Propaganda, Milo Kearney A Bit of Space, Joyce Collins Auctioning Love, Victoria Conerly Purification, Khalilah Bilal Last Time for Love, Micah Paddock Jewels of the Mind, Andrew Pelligreeni Dada, Frank Raines

Poetry & Dreams

Persona: Inner Life, James Brandenburg Thresholds, James Brandenburg

Art Therapy

Compo de Arte, Maripat Munley In Loving Memory, Richelle Howard Vasquez Little H—A Poem of Addiction Yet Hope, Naomi Alcantar

News & Notes

Posters from World War I Battlefields of the Civil War Caen-Normandy Memorial Center for History and Peace French Author Patrick Modiano Wins 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature


Destiny and War, G. D. McFetridge Mapping the Interior: Poetry Is Memory’s Grand-Darling Robert Ostrom

Short Fiction

Love and a Pinch of Nicotine, Suvojit Banerjee Night Drive into Quicksand, Josh Karaczewski

Serialized Novel

Persian Marchers, Chapter Twenty-Five, Mo H Saidi

San Antonio Small Presses

Wings Press Pecan Grove Press Word Design Studio Our Sponsors Submission Guidelines