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Brian Henry

Fall 2005

From Quarantine

By Brian Henry

An attempt at truth when truth is what is most difficult to hold down the three bodies in the grass stable there as they we lose composition and become an […]

Summer 2002

Across the River

By Brian Henry

                         a bull moose waits        (for something) to cross the river. Finally it crosses.        You want to link the moose to the pain in your chest        but to compare a moose's […]

Winter 2001

To Speak of Woe

By Brian Henry

Vita Nova by Louise Glück. New York: Eco Press, 1999. 51 pages. $22. Since her debut collection Firstborn (1968), Louise Glück’s poems have thrummed with tension—linguistic, psychological, emotional—the best of […]

Winter 2000

The Pastoral down Under

By Brian Henry

Review Poems 1980-1994. By John Kinsella. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Bloodaxe/Dufour, 1998. 350 pages. $22.95 paper. The Hunt. By John Kinsella. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Bloodaxe/Dufour, 1998. 96 pages. $18.95 paper. In the Australian painter Sidney […]