The Muse

An International Journal of Poetry
ISSN 2249 2178

The Muse-an International Journal of Poetry

December 2011 Issue





Al Beck

Andrew Howe

 Anthony Rintala

 Askold Skalsky

 Asma Mansoor

 Candice James

 Clinton Van Inman

 Eric Torgersen

 Gary Beck

 Gerald Solomon

 Gerald Solomon

 Howie Good

 Jeffrey Park

 John Behan

 Kufre Udeme

 Michael H. Brownstein

 Rebekha Carlsen

 Robert Lietz

 Rodney Nelson

 Sally-Ann Murray

 Stan Galloway

 Suchoon Mo

 Suzanne Nielsen

 Ted Morrissey


 Research Papers

The Fractured Male and the Healing Home in the Poetry of Stephen Dunn by Dr. Luke Schlueter, (Dept. of English, Cuyahoga Community College)


Objects as Symbols; Objects as Things; Objects as Red Herrings: A Brief Investigation of The Words of Stevens and Lowell by Dr. Vicky Gilpin (Dept. of English, Millikin University)


ASSENTING, CONSENTING AND DISSENTING VOICES IN CHICANA POETRY by Dr. Feryal Cubukcu (Dept. of English, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey.)


 Book Reviews

Book review of Al Beck’s 'Selecting Prepared Signs of Pith and Vinegar' by Pradeep Chaswal

 A Review of John Leax's 'Country Labor' by Prof. Matt McCarter




 An E-Interview with Kevin Hart (Prof. Kevin Hart is a renowned British-Australian poet, critic, theologian and philosopher. He holds the prestigious Edwin B. Kyle Chair of Christian Thought in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia where he also holds professorships in the Departments of English and French.)

 An E-Interview with Milton P. Ehrlich (Prof. Milton P. Ehrlich is popular poet and psychologist. He is Clinical Consultant/Supervisor in Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis, New York University)


 contributors list


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