Boxcar Poetry Review - Issue 9
Our ninth issue walks us through various shades of love and loss,
weaves mythology with modern day, leaves us with suitcases, immortals, backseats, bees, and the reasons why men who
work in factories shouldn't write love stories. To accompany the two ghazals in this issue, we also offer our first article on form -
one poet's look at the ghazal, its history, and what makes it tick.
We also feature in this issue photography from John Vanderpant courtesy of
the National Archives of Canada and a thought-provoking conversation between first book poet Camille Dungy
and fellow poet Sean Hill.
Boxcar Poetry Review - ISSN 1931-1761