Boxcar Poetry Review - Issue 15
  In this issue curiosity, mystery, birth, and loss come together. What is forbidden. What is unknown. What we dare not say. There is something inherently apocalyptic about the work this time -- after all, the themes of birth, death, revelation, destruction, and fire weave their way through these poems.
  Brian Price's photographs of rural relics, artifacts of other ages speak both to heat and demise, as well as to what remains. Two new reviews as well: Cindy Cunningham reviews to Anne Shaw's Undertow and Lori D'Angelo examines Anna Leahy's Constituents of Matter. More to come in next issue.

Boxcar Poetry Review - ISSN 1931-1761