Fall 2015, Issue 21

Copper Nickel 21—our second issue after our relaunch—features aphorisms by James Richardson; an essay by Robert Archambeau on poetic infighting; poetry by Paige Ackerson-Kiely, Martha Collins, David Hernandez, Tony Hoagland, John Koethe, Kathryn Nuernberger, Kevin Prufer, Ed Skoog, Julie Marie Wade, &c; fiction by Lisa Ko, Mary Kuryla, David Meischen, & Polly Rosenwaike; nonfiction by Lindsay Drager, Brandel France de Bravo, & Tyler Mills; translation folios featuring work by Chinese poet Yi Lu (trans. Fiona Sze-Lorrain), Danish fiction writer Christina Hesselholdt (trans. Roger Greenwald), & Uruguayan poets Circe Maia (trans Jesse Lee Kercheval), Laura Cesarco Eglin (trans. Lauren Shapiro), & Karen Wild (trans. Ron Paul Salutsky); plus cover art by Mark Mothersbaugh.

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  • Poetry
  • James Richardson
  • David Hernandez
  • Keith Leonard
  • Kathryn Nuernberger
  • Laura Stott
  • Anna B. Sutton
  • Mark Halliday
  • Paige Ackerson-Kiely
  • Martha Collins
  • Bruce Bond
  • Marc Paltrineri
  • Julie Marie Wade
  • Jill Khoury
  • Jeffrey Morgan
  • Jehanne Dubrow
  • Stefanie Wortman
  • John Koethe
  • Tony Hoagland
  • Ed Skoog
  • Roger Greenwald
  • Peter LaBerge
  • Karina Borowicz
  • Kevin Prufer
  • Jonathan Weinert
  • John Poch
  • Fiction
  • Polly Rosenwaike
  • Lisa Ko
  • Mary Kuryla
  • David Meischen
  • NonFiction
  • Robert Archambeau
  • Tyler Mills
  • Brandel France de Bravo
  • Lindsey Drager
  • Translation Folios
  • Yi Lu
  • Christina Hesselholdt
  • Three Uruguayan Poets: Maia, Cesarco Eglin, & Wild

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