Boxcar Poetry Review - Issue 7
     This issue marks the one-year anniversary of Boxcar Poetry Review. Quite fittingly, we feature work which spans life and death: from metaphysical musings on bar signs to haunting photos of Viennese cemeteries, we see it all. Exile, home, innocence, and transgression. But most of all beauty.
     Continuing with our series of conversations between first book poets, we present a fascinating dialogue between Thomas Heise and Jason Schneiderman. Add to the mix, a great review of Emily Fragos' Little Savage by Scott Hightower. Enjoy! Look forward to another year of great work.

Boxcar Poetry Review - ISSN 1931-1761