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Today's poem is "Interlude: Still Still"

from Crab Orchard Review


Robin Behn's third book of poems, Horizon Note, won the Brittingham Prize and will be published by the University of Wisconsin Press. She directs the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Alabama.

About Crab Orchard Review:
Crab Orchard Review, the national literary magazine from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, has received awards from the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses and the Illinois Arts Council.

In this issue: Faith Adiele, Susan Aizenberg, Dick Allen, Chi-Wai Au, Jedd Beaudoin, Robin Behn, David Bond, Kathryn Stripling Byer, Liam Callanan, Wanda Coleman, Jennifer Davis, Danusha Lameris de Garza, Camille Dungy, Steven Frattali, Brendan Galvin, Nolan Garrett, Mary Jo Firth Gillett, Elton Glaser, Lisa Glatt, Mark Halliday, Twyla Hansen, Ann Hudson, Ellen Hunnicutt, Gray Jacobik, Nicole Johnson, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Deborah Landau, Joseph O. Legaspi, Ada Limon, Moira Linehan, James Lott, Maria McLeod, Orlando Ricardo Menes, Leslie Adrienne Miller, Aimee Parkison, Emmy Perez, Joanna Smith Rakoff, Sally Reed, Kathryn Rhett, Jack Ridl, Bill Roorbach, Maxine Scates, Rebecca Seiferle, Patty Seyburn, Cathy Song, James Tate, Judith Taylor, Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon, Tony Whedon, Baron Wormser, Agica Zivaljevic

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Crab Orchard Review * Department of English * Southern Illinois University * Carbondale, IL 62901-4503
Editor: Alison Joseph * Managing Editor: Jon Tribble

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