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Jan Clausen

Winter 1995

Moments of Departure

By Jan Clausen

The sense that came about in moments of departure occurs, only now I don’t even have to go anywhere. . . . It’s like a long-distance runner who suddenly finds […]

Winter 1993

636 11th

By Jan Clausen

      In memory of Jean Millar 1. Ten years, one nest of seven rented rooms: what boast of loyalty and luck. I have been faithful to a house (“mere brick and […]

Spring 1992

Native Fathers

By Jan Clausen

She asks, “Why can’t you try to imagine how I feel? I’ve just had a baby.” “I can. I can but I don’t want to, it’s not the thing. The […]