Five Points, Vol. 16, No. 3

Summer 2015

From Philip Levine: "I think one of the luckiest things that happened to me was not publishing a book in a sizable edition, one which anybody saw, until I was forty."

Table of Contents

Poetry

  • Philip Levine
    • Ascension
    • Keep Talking
    • Asking
    • On the Language of Dust
  • Susan Ludvigson
  • Thomas Lux
    • Ode to Chronic Insolvency
    • Ode to the River Which Abandons One Channel and Finds Another
    • More Suited for Its Purpose
  • Orhan Veli
    • Translations by Sidney Wade & Efe Murad
    • I Can’t Explain It
    • Gravestone Inscription
    • My Shadow
    • Gorgeous Weather
  • Peter Kline
    • Mirrorform Psalm
    • Mirrorform Psalm
  • Carl Dennis
    • Old Story
  • Stuart Dischell
    • Rings of Keys
    • The Best for Me
  • Laurence Lieberman
    • Double  Lazarus
    • Four Throats in a Haggle
  • Anya Silver
    • Luzerne
    • How to Unwant What the Body Has Wanted

Fiction

Essays

Interview

  • Rex Burwell & Gordon Preston
    • An Interview with Philip Levine 

Portfolio

  • Nancy Floyd
    • Weathering Time: 1 June 1982–? / A Visual Diary

Special Feature: Hot Rocks #4

  • Mike Mattison & Ernest Suarez
    • Introduction
  • Daniel Cross Turner
    • A True Dead Ringer for Something Like You Ain’t Never Seen: Subrealism in the Band and Charles Wright
  • William Demastes
    • That Looney Juney Far Side of the Moon: Tom Stoppard Celebrates Forty Years of The Dark Side of the Moon with Darkside, a Radio Play
  • Jim Elledge
    • Frankie Jaxon & Chicago’s Jazz-Age Pansy Craze
  • George Kalogeris
    • Choreography
    • Themio
    • Choreography and Themio