Fall 2023, VOLUME 53, NO. 2

Poems, essays, and art by Kazim Ali, Sandra Simonds, Donald Revell, Rebecca Lehmann, Jenny Browne, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Charles O. Hartman, Brenda Beardsley, Erika Brumett, Abigail Chabitnoy, Sophia Chong, Meriwether Clarke, Lydia Golitz, Helen Hofling, Halee Kirkwood, Hannah Leckrone, Julie Lunde, Angie Macri, Caroline Manring, Ariél M. Martinez, James McCorkle, Claire McQuerry, Lisa Pasold, Max Piersol, Supritha Rajan, Danielle Ryle, Meg Shevenock, and David Weiss.


SPRING 2023, VOLUME 53, NO. 1

Poems, essays, and art by Wayne Koestenbaum, Sarah J. Sloat, Wendy Walters, G.C. Waldrep, Mark Wunderlich, Angie Estes, Dobby Gibson, Myronn Hardy, Danielle Cadena Deulen, Nicholas H. Ruth, Jax Connelly, Sarah-Jane Crowson, Cole Depuy, Jessica Hammack, Eva Heisler, C. E. Janecek, Betsy Johnson, Christen Noel Kauffman, Alicia Byrne Keane, Lucien Darjeun Meadows, Philip Metres, Skyler Osborne, Benjamin Paloff, Emily Pérez, Elim Pilet, Tyler Raso, Gabriel Antonio Reed, Esteban Rodríguez, Catie Rosemurgy, Ross White, and Jordan Windholz. Table of Contents.


FALL 2022

In lieu of a fall 2022 issue, Seneca Review Books released Katherine Indermaur’s I|I, winner of the 2022 Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize.

Katherine Indermaur’s full-length debut, I|I, is a serial lyric essay that explores the mirror’s many dimensions—philosophical, spiritual, scientific, mythological, historical—alongside the author’s own experiences. Anyone who has struggled with the disconnect between their outward appearance and their inner self knows how fraught and fragmentary it can be to behold one’s own reflection. Indermaur’s essay, however, does more than merely problematize the contested space where the face and the mirror meet. There is also affirmation to be found here. This is a book that thinks so keenly it breaks into song.

"In fragments one might be known. Seen from dozens of angles, the mind may move among facets and see the whole. It is, in fact, how seeing works in the human brain anyhow. Katherine Indermaur’s I|I finds rich resonances among these disparate but not discrete shards. Rather a full shape in time and space assembles. Both the 'lyric' and the 'essay' are fully achieved, home is sought, the self seeks to connect with all of what is beyond." —Kazim Ali, book prize judge and renowned poet and essayist

You can order I|I from Your Local BookstoreBookshopSPDAmazon, or directly from Seneca Review Books via Submittable. And you can get a sneak peek inside here.


Spring 2022, Volume 52, No. 1

Poems, essays, and art by Dan Beachy-Quick, Kristi Maxwell, Kylan Rice, Aditi Mehrotra, Elizabeth Robinson, Ivars Balkits, Sara Moore Wagner, Michael Flatt, Jordan Forest, Kristin MacIntyre, Morgan Hamill, Ryan Habermeyer, Robin Walter, Mike White, Danielle Cadena Deulen, Susan McCarty, Mag Gabbert, Erin Lyndal Martin, Jac Batey and Jessy Randall, Maria Zoccola, Charles O. Hartman, Donald Platt, Kay Bontempo, Rachel Abramowitz, Dan Rosenberg, Nance Van Winckle, Daniel Moysaenko, Michael Hurley, Emma Aylor, Nicole Yurcaba, Chelsea Christine Hill, and Daniel Schonning. Table of Contents.


Fall 2021, Volume 51, No. 2

Poems, essays, and art by Katherine Indermaur, Martha Collins, Jessica Franken, Alice Letowt, Peter Kline, Rose McLarney, David Farrah, Laurel Nakanishi, Brandon Krieg, Elizabeth A. I. Powell, Gnaomi Siemens, Dong Li, Ray Gonzalez, Jessie Sobey, Eric Tran, Paige Towers, Samuel Piccone, Jasmine Khaliq, Greg Wrenn, Annie Christain, Christopher Nelson, Matthew Morris, L. S. Klatt, Oscar Oswald, Laura McCoy, Josh Russell, Lucian Mattison, Eryn Green, Sharon Dolin, Cami Nelson & Spenser Goar, and Kathryn Nuernberger. Table of Contents.


Spring 2021, Volume 51, No. 1

Poems, essays, and art by Peter Covino, Christine Hume, Jessica Q. Stark, Jehanne Dubrow, Maya Jewell Zeller, Jane Zwart, Taylor Byas, Rachel Abramowitz, Mary Buchinger, Mark Dow, Pune Dracker, Stephen Gibson, Henry Goldkamp, Emelie Griffin, Erika Howsare, Gillad Jaffe, Laura Larson, Susannah Lodge-Rigal, Kate Partridge, Maggie Queeney, Shannon Ratliff, Vanessa Saunders, Stephanie Ellis Schlaifer, Daniel Schonning, Lauren W. Westerfield, and Burgi Zenhaeusern. Cover art by Dayi Novas. Table of Contents.


Sound like trapped thunder

In lieu of a fall 2020 issue, Seneca Review Books released Jessica Lind Peterson's Five Plots. Winner of the 2020 Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize, Jessica Lind Peterson explores tensions between domesticity and wildness, often discovering latent elements of magic within the mundane. Full of lyrical sentences, stylized prose, and moments that are by turns funny and poignant, and often both at once, SOUND LIKE TRAPPED THUNDER troubles the distinction between the human and the animal, calling into question such tidy categories we rely upon to help make sense of ourselves and the world we live in.”

“Peterson leads us, swirlingly, into the mystery through gorgeous, kaleidoscopic renderings of memory, being, and place. Infused with startling metaphor and similes, the poetic sparks of her images are only outdone by her ability to bring her trove into crisp focus, revealing the core of the very thing she wanted to save us from. Sound Like Trapped Thunder is a deep dive into despair, yes, but also reveals how lovely is the ascent.” —Jenny Boully, book prize judge and author of The Body and Betwixt-and-Between

You can order Sound Like Trapped Thunder from Bookshop, SPD, Amazon, or via Submittable. And you can find more about it here. Peek inside.


Spring 2020, Volume 50, No. 1

Our 50th Anniversary Issue, ON ANXIETY, is guest edited by Joe Wenderoth. Featuring poems, essays, and art by Mary Ruefle, Graham Foust, Jamil Jan Kochai, Kitty Liang, Immanuel Mifsud, Amie Zimmerman, Lake Angela, Judy Bertelsen, Laura Brun, Eric Burger, Mike Carlson, Curtis D'Costa, Gregory W. Duby, Chris Erickson, Dylan Godwin, William Greene, Brendan Higginbottom, Ernest Hilbert, Patricia Killelea, Don Krieger, Marek Kulig, Renee Lepreau, David Lewitzky, Marit MacArthur, John Martone, Jane Medved, Jason Morphew, Jesse Nissim, Masin Persina, Chen Rong, Leona Sevick, Gary Tapp, Ash Teodorson-Taggart, Linda Umans, Matthew Vollmer, Ruth Ward, Richard Weaver, marc t. wise, Lily Wong, and Jessica Yuan. Cover art and design by Abigail Frederick. Table of Contents.


Fall 2019, Volume 49, No. 2

Poems, essays, and art by Carl Dennis, Donald Revell, Katrina Vandenberg, Adam Clay, Lyllian-Yvonne Bertram, Karen Brennan, James Longenbach, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Tyler Mills, Katharine Coles, Maya Pindyck, Emma Bolden, Melissa Fraterrigo, Geneviève Paiement, Timothy O'Keefe, Leah Poole Osowski, Matthew Vollmer, Rachel Marston, David P. Miller, Merridawn Duckler, Elton Glaser, Naomi Washer, Collin Callahan, Rebecca Weiner Tompkins, Matthew J.C. Clark, Daniel Schonning, and Kelly Weber. Cover art by David Ruhlman. Table of Contents.


Spring 2019, Volume 49, No. 1

Poems, essays, and art by Carole Maso, Alice Notley, Kazim Ali, Claudia Keelan, G.C. Waldrep, Bin Ramke, Eleni Sikelianos, Donald Revell, Sasha Steensen, Joe Wenderoth, Michael Burkard, Martin Corless-Smith, David Bergman, Kelly Caldwell, Charles O. Hartman, Cindy King, Paul Lindholdt, Mark Mazzoli, Linnea Nelson, Jessica Lind Peterson, Elizabeth Powell, Margie Sarsfield, Jessie Sobey, and Martha Webster. Cover art by Edie Fake. Table of Contents.


Five Plots

In lieu of a fall 2018 issue, Seneca Review Books released its debut title, Erica Trabold’s Five Plots, winner of the inaugural Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize.

Five Plots delves into notions of how we are shaped by the land every bit as much as we shape it. This is a book that eschews easy ways of understanding and experiencing the world by investigating place as a malleable psychological and phenomenological force.

“The late poet and essayist Deborah Tall revolutionized the literature of place by changing our understanding of how potently we can be impacted by the conflagrations of landscape, family, and memory. Now, Erica Trabold kick-starts a new book series named for Deborah Tall with a debut that imaginatively probes its own part of the world through humor, history, speculation, and hurt. This is a pinprick of a book with a very generous heart.” —John D’Agata, book prize judge and author of The Lifespan of a Fact and About a Mountain.

You can order Five Plots from SPD, Amazon, or The College Store. And you can find more about it here. Peek inside.


Spring 2018, Volume 48, No. 1

Poems and essays by Donald Revell, Jaswinder Bolina, Nicole Walker, Khaty Xiong, Megan Kaminski, Ely Shipley, Joshua McKinney, Rachel Abramowitz, Hannah Bishop, Alex Checkovich, Jen Corrigan, Caroline Crew, Olivia Dunn, Megan Ellis, Louise Katz, Brandon Krieg, Derek Pollard, Kent Shaw, Emily Jane Shelton, David Thoreen, Stephen Tuttle, Aynsley Vandenbroucke, Mike White, Danielle Weeks, and Cutter Wood. Cover image by Gabriel Warren. Table of Contents.


Fall 2018, Volume 47, No. 2

Poems and essays by Nathaniel Mackey, Katharine Coles, Anne Gorrick, Rebecca Lindenberg, Andrew Seguin, Stephen Ackerman, Sarah Bates, Bianca Chang, Louis Bury, Lisa Chen, Eduardo Chirinos, Tamara Dean, Derek Gromadzki, Myronn Hardy, Negesti Kaudo, Matthew Lippman, Paula Mendoza, David Mohan, A. Molotov, JoAnna Novak, Anzhelina Polonskaya, Caleb Powell, G.J. Racz, Jennifer Richter & BT Shaw, Dana Roeser, Andrew Wachtel, and David E. Yee. Table of Contents.


Spring 2017, Volume 47, No. 1

Poems and essays by D.J. Savarese, Dylan Krieger, Julie Marie Wade, Daniel Schonning, Will Redman, James Grabill, Abriana Jetté, George Trakl (trans. Bob Herz), Bob Herz, Dennis James Sweeney, G.C. Waldrep, Shannon Ratliff, Lisa Knopp, Kristin Allio, David Micah Greenberg, Joshua Gottlieb-Miller, and Rebecca Weiner Tompkins. Table of Contents.



In lieu of a fall 2016 issue, Seneca Review and Hobart and William Smith Colleges Press published a book of poems, Deborah Tall’s final collection, Afterings.” It is a remarkable volume by a poet and nonfiction writer at the peak of her powers. Eavan Boland has called it “an essential collection,” and Mary Ruefle says the poems have “not what is to be expected – hints of cessation – but an overwhelming sense of blossoming. Peek Inside.


Spring 2016, Volume 46, No. 1

The spring 2016 issue of Seneca Review, Bang, Bang, and She’s a Butterfly / 72 poems by 14 Polish Poets, includes poems and essays by Piotr Sommer, Aleksander Wat, Miron Białoszewski, Jerzy Ficowski, Andrzej Bursa, Halina Poświatowska, Krystyna Miłobędzka, Rafał Wojaczek, Julian Kornhauser, Piotr Matywiecki, Bohdan Zadura, Maciej Cisło, Zbigniew Machej, Wojciech Bonowicz, and Justyna Bargielska. Table of Contents.


Fall 2015, Volume 45, No. 2

Poems, essays, and art by Hannah Bright, Jessie Sobey, Boyer Rickel, Susan Mitchell, Thomas Mira y Lopez, Herbert Woodward Martin, Stephen Thomas, Emily Rials, Jacob Paul, Wendy Barker, Michael Martone, Tim Carter, Traci Brimhall, Katharine Coles, Mark Olivieri, Jeff Chon, Benjamin Goodney, T.L. Lucas, Diana Arterian, Timothy Liu, Virginia Clark, Hilary Plum, Rebecca Cook, Jennifer H. Fortin, Alison C. Powell, and Eric Fershtman. Table of Contents. Listen to Mark Olivieri play the cover of 45/2.


Fall 2014, We Might As Well Call It The Lyric Essay

Our anthology of lyric essays, with contributions written by Eula Biss, Jenny Boully, Anne Carson, Michael Ives, Wayne Koestenbaum, Richard Kostelanetz, Ander Monson, Mary Ruefle, Genevieve Turkett, Wendy Walters, Eliot Weinberger, Shawn Wen, Joe Wenderoth, and Paul West. Introduction by John D’Agata. Table of Contents.


Spring 2014, Beyond Category

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Spring 2013, Volume 43, No. 1

Poems and essays by Sandra Simonds, Dustin Parsons, Karen Brennan, G.C. Waldrep, Liz Howort, Jessica Rae Hahn, Sandra Beasley, David LeGault, Sonja Livingston, Daniel Donaghy, Catherine Taylor, Joanne Jacobson, Christine O’Brien, Piotr Gwiazda, Erik Anderson, Steve Coughlin, Philip Kobylarz, Rainer Maria Rilke, Len Krisak, April Freely, Erica Trabold, Aylen Rounds, and Barret Baumgart. Table of Contents.


Spring & Fall 2012, Volume 42, No. 1-2

Poems and essays by Donald Platt, Paul Crenshaw, Eliot Khalil Wilson, Matthew Gavin Frank, Emily Viggiano Saland, Michael Ives, Ronny Someck and Karen Alkalay-Gut, Natania Rosenfeld, Sharon Dolin, Katharine Coles, Noel Thistle Tague, Geoff Hilsabeck, Angela Stewart, Rosa Alice Branco, Alexis Levitin, Marci Vogel, Jerry Mirskin, Susanne Antonetta, Kim Adrian, Clint Garner, Matt Donovan, Brenda Miller, E. A. Farro, Nicole Walker, Tessa Fontaine, Aylen Rounds, Jennifer Sinor, Barbara Haas, W. M. Lobko, Ryan Grandick, Jim Davis, Sheila P. Donohue, Brian Blanchfield, and Emily Bobo. With selections from the Terrible Emmanuel Series by Chris Haven, recipient of the first Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Prize. Table of Contents.


Fall 2011, Volume 41, No. 2

Poems and essays by Ethan Kenvarg, Lisa Fay Coutley, Jenny Gropp Hess, Melanie Conroy-Goldman, Eric Dean Wilson, Ralph James Savarese, Stephen Kuusisto, Richie Hoffman, Timothy O’Keefe, Noah Eli Gordon, Brandel France de Bravo, Dave Snyder, and Albert Mobilio. Interview with Noah Eli Gordon by Melissa McCrae. Table of Contents.


Spring 2011, Volume 41, No. 1

Poems and essays by Esvie Coemish, Alice Miller, Bridgette Bates, Julie Marie Wade, Richard Bloom, Coralie Reed, Keith Alexander, Adam Day, Derek Gromadzki, Gabriel Gudding, Jesse Schweppe, Olvido García Valdés and Catherine Hammond, Matthew Lippman, Virginia Konchan, Brandon Krieg, Peter Leight, Pablo García and Virginia Livingstone, Donald Platt, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, Faith Shearin, and Grzegorz Wróblewski and Piotr Gwiazda. Table of Contents.


Fall 2010, Volume 40, No. 2

Poems and essays by Kerry Banazek, Jennifer O’Grady, Rae Gouirand, Bruce Cohen, Karen Leona Anderson, Philip Hopkins, John Paul O’Connor, Zach Savich, Matthew Gavin Frank, Lynne Potts, George J. Searles, Shawn Wen, John A. McDermott, Eugene Gloria, Kevin O’Rourke, Nikki Rhodes, Noam Dorr, Lucia Perillo, Amy Benson, Ani Gjika, James Doyle, Michaël Glück and Rosanna Warren, W. Vandoren Wheeler, Theodore Worozbyt, Max Winter, and Christine Hume. Interview with Amy Benson by Jessica Wilson. Interview with Christine Hume by Blake Bronson-Bartlett. Table of Contents.


Fall 2009/Spring 2010, Volume 39, No. 2

Poems and essays by Gregory Orr, Sam Hamill, Binh Dahn, Melanie Almeder, Tito Mukhopadhyay, Anne Finger, Katie Ford, Binnie Klein, F.D. Reeve, Elizabeth Graver, Adrienne Rich, Susanne Antonetta, Jim Ferris, Laura C. Stevenson, Achim Nowak, Thomas Lynch, Amitava Kumar, Laurie Clements Lambeth, Jennifer Finney Boylan, George Barlow, Jane Bernstein, Rafael Campo, Joy Castro, John Lee Clark, Rebecca Epstein, Ilya Kaminsky, Ona Gritz, Susan Neeley, J. Harley McIlrath, Floyd Skloot, Barrie Jean Borich, and Mark Doty. Editor’s Note by Stephen Kuusisto and Ralph James Savarese. Table of Contents.


Spring 2009, Volume 39, No. 1

Poems and essays by Catie Rosemurgy, Cecilia Pinto, Laura Brown-Lavoie, Mrigaa Sethi, Kisha Lewellyn Schlegel, Dan Beachy-Quick, Trey Conatser, George Looney, Judith Skillman, Susan Grimm, Teddy Macker, Brandon Krieg, Ryan Boyd, Timothy Irish Watt, Morgan Harlow, Derek Owens, and Seth Abramson. Interview with Dan Beachy-Quick by Geoffrey Hilsabeck. Interview with Timothy Irish Watt by Jessica Wilson. Table of Contents.


Fall 2008, Volume 38, No. 2

Poems and essays by Stephen Kuusisto, Roger Bonair-Agard, Rebecca Weiner, Melissa Ginsburg, K. A. Hays, Jeannette Allée, Joy Katz, Patrick Moran, Robert Nazarene, Brian Christian, Sonja Livingston, Yin Li-Chuan (with translations by Liu Keming and Joanna Sit), Nabil Kashyap, Annie Christain, Rich Ives, Eamon Grennan, Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki (with translations by Bill Johnston), and Aaron Kunin. Interview with Aaron Kunin by Tom Fleischmann. Table of Contents.


Spring 2008, Volume 38, No. 1

Poems and essays by Matthew Lippman, Alice George, Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, Philip Metres, Thalia Field, Donald Platt, Elizabeth Rush, William Aarnes, R.S. Armstrong, Michael Duszat, Christopher Kondrich, Evan Nagle, Boyer Rickel, Beth Bosworth, Dylan Godwin, Riley Hanick, and Caroline Manring. Interview with Thalia Field by Ashley Butler, Tom Fleischmann, April Freeley, and Riley Hanick. Table of Contents.


Fall 2007, Volume 37, No. 2

“On the Lyric Essay” celebrates the Seneca Review’s unique subgenre of essay and honors its long-time editor and Professor of English Deborah Tall by examining the lyric essay’s history and place in the literary tradition with an eclectic collection of poems and essays from noteworthy writers, such as Eula Biss, Mary Ruefle, Kristin Prevallet, Martha Ronk, John D’Agata, David Shields, Honor Moore, Nicole Walker, and Dionisio D. Martínez. This special issue also features photographs from John Pfahl, Toshio Shibata, Anthony Goicolea. Table of Contents.

Spring 2007, Volume 37, No. 1

Poems and essays by Renate Wood, Rhonda Pettit, Hailey Leithauser, Marcia Aldrich, Melissa Crowe, Miriam Drev (with translations by Natasha Sajé), Robert Hill Long, Michelle Disler, Kate Lynn Schirmer, Michael Ives, Michael Schiavo, Jasper Bernes, Garin Cycholl, Xochiquetzal Candelaria, George Seferis (with translations by George Kalogeris), Mary Fontana, Lauren Fink, Miles Waggener, Steve Myers, William Doreski, Beth Bosworth, Ellen Kaufman, Genevieve Turkett, Andrew Marantz, Susanna Brougham, and Michael L. Johnson. Table of Contents.

Fall 2006, Volume XXXVI, No. 2

Poems and essays by G.C Waldrep, Mong-Lan, Daneen Wardrop, Cindy Rogers, Héctor Carreto (with translations by Michael Weigers), Orlando Gullén (with translations by Carolyn Forché), María Baranda (with translations by Forrest Gander), Pura López Colomé (with translations by Forrest Gander), José Luis Rivas (with translations by Steve Burt), Wendy Walters, Jehanne Dubrow, Oni Buchanan, Joanna Klink, Paul Winner, Paul Hamill, Bridget Meeds, Nance Van Winckel, Douglas Ramspeck, Craig Morgan Teicher, Maurice Kilwein Guevara, Michael Mejia, and Rachel Dacus. Table of Contents.

Spring 2006, Volume XXXVI, No. 1

Poems and essays by Natania Rosenfeld, Roberto Juarroz (with translations by Mary Crow), Terri McCord, Megan Grumbling, Martha Ronk, Melissa Kwasny, Melissa Morphew, Eamon Grennan, Susan Goslee, Susan Lewis, Kevin McFadden, Amy Newman, Paul West, Marianne Boruch, Jim Daniels, Christopher Dombrowski, Teresa Cader, Jason Zuzga, Roger Williams, Ed Haworth Hoeppner, Lauren Fanelli, Grace Wilentz, Eugénio de Andrade (with translations by Alexis Levitin), Muriel Nelson, Carol Burbank, Sandra Simonds, Günter Kunert (with translations by Gerald Chapple), Andrew Mister, Edward Bartók-Baratta, Nancy White, D.W. Cunningham, John Crutchfield, and Daniel Gutstein. Table of Contents.

Fall 2005, Vol. XXXV, No. 2

Poems and Lyric Essays by David Citino, Landis Everson, Phillip Pardi, Matthew Thorburn, Dara Wier, and others. Translations from the Arabic, German, Greek, Italian and Spanish, including Ingeborg Bachmann and Mahmoud Darwish. Cover art by Katherine Jackson. Table of contents.

Spring 2005, Vol. XXXV, No. 1

New lyric essays by Jason Anthony, Colette LaBouff Atkinson, Eula Biss, Jenny Boully, Christiane Buuck, Catherine Fuerst, Michael Gardner, Greg Glazner, Ander Monson, Kristin Prevallet, Lia Purpura, Zach Savich, Ramsey Scott, Sarah Strickley and Joe Wenderoth. Cover Art by Alice Attie. Table of Contents.

Fall 2004, Vol. XXXIV, No. 2

New poems and lyric essays by Laurel Blossom, William Doreski, Joanna Goodman, Vicki Lindner, Mary Ruefle, D.E. Steward, and others. Translations from Algeria, Italy, Latvia, and Romania. Cover Art by Alice Attie. Table of Contents.

Spring 2004, Vol. XXXIV, No. 1

New poems and lyric essays by Reza Baraheni, Katie Ford, Stephen Kuusisto, Ander Monson, Jane Satterfield, Reginald Shepherd, Katherine Soniat, A. Van Jordan, and others. Translations from China and India. Cover Art by Nicholas H. Ruth. Table of Contents.

Fall 2003, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2 

Poems and Lyric Essays by Jesse Lee Kercheval, Joanna Klink, Wayne Koestenbaum, Dionisio D. Martinez, Alicia Ostriker, Valerie Wohlfeld, and others. Translations from the Chinese and French. Cover Art by Phillia Yi. Table of Contents.

Spring 2003, Vol. XXXIII, No. 1

New poems and lyric essays by Cal Bedient, Greg Glasner, Christine Hume, Mekeel McBride, and others. Translations from the Chinese, Hebrew and Spanish. Cover Art by Laura Fayer. Table of Contents.

Fall 2002, Vol. XXXII, No. 2

New poems and lyric essays by Melissa Green, John Kinsella, Stephen Sandy, Janet Sylvester, Brian Swann, Joe Wenderoth, and others. Translations from the French, Polish, and Turkish. Cover Art by Laura Fayer. Table of Contents.

Spring 2002, Vol. XXXII, No. 1

New Poems and Lyric Essays by Nin Andrews, James Galvin, Amy Gerstler, David Huddle, Alyce Miller, Debra Nystrom, Rosanna Warren, and others. Excerpts from a collaboration by Rikki Ducornet, Amy England, and Catherine Kaspar. Cover art by Victoria Romanoff. Table of Contents.

Fall 2001, Vol. XXXI, No. 2

New Poems and Lyric Essays by Bernard Cooper, Richard Frost, Patricia Goedicke, Rachel Hadas, Chris Offutt, Mary Ruefle, Richard Shelton, and others. Translations from Colombia, Germany, Mexico, Portugal, and Spain. Cover art by Victoria Romanoff. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXXI, No. 1

Poems and lyric essays by Coleman Barks, Alfred Corn, Jorie Graham, Timothy Liu, Carl Phillips, Michael J. Rosen, and others. Translations from Cuba, Korea, Russia, and Turkey. Cover art by Katie Merz. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXX, No. 2

Poems by Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Gabriel Gudding, Alicia Ostriker, Reginald Sheperd, Stephanie Strickland, Dara Wier, and others. Lyric essays by Fanny Howe, Richard Kostelanetz, and others. Translations from Hungary, Romaina, and Sweden. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXX, No. 1

30th Anniversary Issue: "The Lyric Essay." Diane Ackerman, Marcia Aldrich, Maxine Chernoff, Killarney Clary, Stephen Dunn, Steven Harvey, Susan Holahan, Mark Jarman, Louis Jenkins, Judith Kitchen, Brian Lennon, Phillip Lopate, Barry Lopez, Bia Lowe, Ben Marcus, Dionisio D. Martí nez, Carole Maso, Molly McQuade, Ben Miller, Brenda Miller, Jane Miller, Honor Moore, Mary Oliver, Richard Selzer, David Shields, Rosmarie Waldrop, David Weiss, Joe Wenderoth, Paul West, Max Winter, and John Yau. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXIX, No. 2

Jim Crenner, Amy Gerstler, Christopher Merrill, Peter Sacks, Laurie Sheck, James Tate, and others. Translations from the Greek and Persian. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXIX, No. 1

Wendy Bishop, Mairéad Byrne, Jacqueline Osherow, Liz Rosenberg, Kevin Young, and others. Translations of Umberto Saba, Ales Debeljak, and 3 Israeli Poets. Albert Goldbarth's "Walt Whitman's America." Table of Contents.

Vol. XXVIII, No. 2

Hayden Carruth, W.S. Merwin, Eliot Weinberger, Alexander Theroux, Alyce Miller, Jane Satterfield, and more. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXVIII, No. 1

Lyric Essays by Russell Edson, Denis Johnson, Judith Kitchen, Honor Moore, Natalia Rachel Singer. Poems by Margaret Gibson, Timothy Liu, Reg Saner, and others. Translations from Romania and Peru. Table of Contents.

Vol.XXVII, No. 2

The Fall 1997 Special Issue: The Lyric Essay. Work by Anne CarsonWayne KoestenbaumDavid ShieldsJoe Wenderoth, and Terry Tempest Williams. Poems by L.L. Harper, A. Van Jordan, Neil Fischer, and others. Translations of Pedro Shimose. Introduction by Deborah Tall and John D’Agata. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXVII, No. 1

Feature: Israeli Women's Poetry, translated by Tsipi Keller and introduced by Yael S. Feldman. Poems by Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Dionisio D. Martinez, Reginald Shepherd, Robert Hill Long, Angela Shaw. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXVI, No. 2

Poems by William Dickey, Colette lnez, Gerard Malanga, Jack Marshall. Argentine poet Alfonsina Storni and Vietnamese poet Nguyen Quang Thieu. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXVI, No. 1

An interview with and poems by Heather McHugh. Feature on contemporary Albanian poetry translated and introduced by Henry Israeli. Poems by Albert Goldbarth, Philip Dacey, Margaret Gibson, Cleopatra Mathis. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXV, No. 2

Poems by Denise Levertov, Cornelius Eady, Alicia Ostriker, Reginald Shepherd, Carole Simmons Oles, Joan Aleshire, Len Roberts, Laurie Sheck. Translations from the French, Hebrew, Portuguese, and Nepali. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXV, No. 1

A 25th Anniversary Retrospective. The best poems from the first 25 years of Seneca Review. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXIV, No. 2

Feature: Jorie Graham - a conversation about Materialism and new poems. Poems by Lisel Mueller, Mekeel McBride, Caroline Finkelstein, Goran Tomic, and Ben Howard. Translations from the Hungarian, Croatian, Catalan, and Spanish. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXIV, No. 1

Poems by Eavan Boland, Richard Frost, Susan Holahan, Yusef Komunyakaa, Pablo Medina, Chard de Niord, Jacqueline Osherow. Translations of Apollinaire, Celan, and Mistral. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXIII, Nos. 1 and 2

A special double issue featuring new voices in Irish women's poetry, with an introduction by Eavan Boland, and Irish prison poems, with an introduction by Brian Campbell. Translations of Borges, Juan Gelman, Olga Orozco, Jose' Antonio Mazzotti, Eugenio de Andrade, Kirsti Simonsuuri, and Bei Dao. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXII, No. 2

Poems by Aga Shahid Ali, Robin Behn, Marianne Boruch, Cornelius Eady, Bill HoIm, Dionisio D. Martinez, Rosanna Warren. Translations from the Polish, Bulgarian and Swedish. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXII, No. 1

Vol. XXII, No.1. Poems by Ellen Bryant Voigt, Robert Morgan, Diane Glancy, Lyn Lifshin, Christopher Buckley, Patricia Goedicke. Translations from the Russian, French, and Spanish. Irish poet Eoghan MacCormaic. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXI, No. 2

A Special Issue: Taking Note: From Poets' Notebooks. Excerpts from the notebooks of 32 contemporary American poets. Table of Contents.

Vol. XXI, No. 1

Poems by Robert Pack, T. Alan Broughton, Linda McCarriston, William Dickey, Dionisio D. Martinez. William Matthews' translations of Martial. Essay by Stephen Kuusisto, "Robert Bly's Iron John and the New 'Laurentian' Man." Table of Contents.

Vol. XX, No. 2

Poems by Eleanor Ross Taylor, Mekeel McBride, Liz Rosenberg, David Baker, Marilyn Chin. Essay by Stephen Dunn. Table of Contents.

Vol. XX, No. 1

Special 20th anniversary issue guest-edited by David Weiss: In the Act: Essays on the Poetry of Hayden Carruth, including an interview with Carruth. Essays by Philip Booth,Wendell Berry, Geof Hewitt, W.S. Dipiero, David Rivard, Maxine Kumin, Anthony Robbins, Stephen Kuusisto, Sam Hamill, William Mathews, Geoffrey Gardner, Carolyn Kizer, David Budbill, and David Weiss. Table of Contents.

Vol. XIX, No. 2

Feature: Contemporary Polish Poetry - Szymborska, Ficowski, and others, and an Interview with Stanislaw Baranczak. Poems by Denise Levertov, Gerald Early, Carol Frost, Diane Glancy, Robert Hill Long. Translations of Jules Supervielle, Max Jacob, Mihai Eminiescu, and Angel Gonzalez. Table of Contents.

Vol. XIX, No. 1

Poems by Hayden Carruth, William Matthews, Patricia Goedicke, T. Alan Broughton, Sharon Bryan, Stephen Kuusisto. Translations of Yannis Ritsos, Gonzalo Rojas, Raul Barrientos, and Galician-Portuguese troubadour poetry. Table of Contents.

Vol. XVIII, No. 2

Poems by Cornelius Eady, Richard Frost, Brooks Haxton, Suzanne Paolo, Christopher Merrill, Nuala Archer. Table of Contents.

Vol. XVIII, No. 1

Poems by Eleanor Ross Taylor, Robert Pack, Carl Dennis, Molly Peacock. Essay by Stephen Kuusisto on Nanao Sakaki. Table of Contents.

Vol. XVII, No. 2

Poems and translations by Umberto Saba (Christopher Mills, translator), Rochard Zenith, Milo De Angelis (Lawrence Venuti, translator), Gerald Early, Christopher Merrill, Kathy Mangan, and Katherine Soniat. Table of Contents.

Vol. XVII, No. 1

Poems by Gregory Orr, Mekeel McBride, Donald Finkel, Cleopatra Mathis, Eric Pankey. Essay by Mary Karr, "Missing Larkin." Table of Contents.

Vol. XVI, No. 2

Feature: David St. John - new poems and an interview. Poems by Seamus Heaney, Rita Dove, Jared Carter. W.S. Merwin's translations of Roberto Juarroz. Table of Contents.

Vol. XVI, No. 1

International Feature: Translations from the Catalan lands, the Middle East, and Asia. Irish poet Eavan Boland. Table of Contents.

Vol. XV, No. 2

Guest-edited by Stephen Dobyns. Poems and an interview with Thomas Lux. Poems by Mary Karr, Ellen Bryant Voigt, C.K. Williams, Ray Carver, Bill Knott, Steve Orlen, Janet Sylvester, Debra Nystrom, Stuart Dischell. Table of Contents.

Vol. XV, No. 1

Poems by Gary Soto, Charles Simic, Judith Kroll, Natania Rosenfield, Mitchell Toney, and Eugenio Montale (William Arrowsmith, translator). Table of Contents.

Vol. XIV, No. 2

Feature: Poems and an interview with Stephen Dunn. Poems by Christopher Buckley, Linda Gregerson, Laurie Sheck, Debra Nystrom, Michael J. Rosen. Essays on Ellen Bryant Voigt and Charles Wright. Table of Contents.

Vol. XIV, No. 1

Translations of Rilke, Akhmatova, and from classical and contemporary Arabic poetry. Poems by Rosanna Warren, Carol Frost, Jane Kenyon, Eric Pankey, Walter McDonald, Luis Omar Salinas. Table of Contents.

Vol. XIII, No. 2

Feature: Poems and an interview with Andrew Harvey. Poems by Heather McHugh, David St. John, Stephen Dunn, Ann Lauterbach, Hilda Morley. Essays by Dave Smith and Jonathan Holden. Table of Contents.

Vol. XIII, No. 1

Guest edited by Roger Weingarten. Essays by William Hathaway, Edward Hirsch, Richard Howard, William Meredith, Jane Shore, Pamela Stewart, Richard Tillinghast, and Leslie UlIman, introducing the work of younger poets. Table of Contents.

Vol. XII, Nos. 1 and 2

A special double issue of translations. Poems by Sappho, Rilke, Goethe, Ritsos, Mandelstam, Horace, Dante, Char, Nerval, Laforgue, Prevert, Desnos, Lorca, Nowak, Pasolini, Montale, and many more. Table of Contents.

Vol. XI, No. 2

Donald Hall, "The Poetry Notebook." Poems by Donald Finkel, Roger Weingarten, Clayton Eshleman. Table of Contents.

Vol. X, No. 2 and Vol. XI, No. 1

Double issue with special section on new French poetry and poems by Donald Hall, Albert Goldbarth, X.J. Kennedy, Stuart Dybek, Michael Benedikt, Gregory Orr. Table of Contents.

Vol. X, No. 1

Special Young Poets Anthology Issue: Steve Orlen, Roberta Spear, Debora Gregor, Stephen Shu Ning Liu, Mary Burritt, Rush Rankin, Alane Rollings. Table of Contents.

Vol. IX, No. 2

Poems by Alicia Ostriker, Diane Ackerman, and James Moore. Table of Contents.

Vol. IX, No. 1

Poems by Donald Hall, Jeff Silva, Larry Levis, Jenne Andrews, Billie Jean James, and Norman Dubie. Table of Contents.

Vol. VIII, No. 2

Poems by George Hitchcock, Charles Wright, Norman Dubie; prose by David St. John. Table of Contents.

Vol. VIII, No. 1

Poems by Charles Simic, W.D. Snodgrass, David Ignatow, Bill Knott, Debora Greger, Roger Weingarten; interview with Charles Simic. Table of Contents.

Vol. VII, No. 2

Poems by W.D. Snodgrass, Marvin Bell, Albert Goldbarth, Gary Soto, Tom Lux, David St. John, Laura Jensen; prose by Norman Dubie, Monroe Lerner; interview with W.D. Snodgrass. Table of Contents.

Vol. VII, No. 1

Poems by Russell Edson, Michael Benedikt, Tess Gallagher, Norman Dubie, Pamela Stewart; translations of Yannis Ritsos, Pablo Neruda, Dano Agudelo, Carlos Drummond De Andrade; interview with Russell Edson. Table of Contents.

Vol. VI, No. 2

Poems by Robert Bly, Jon Anderson, Jack Meyers, Vern Rutsala, Ross Talarico; translations of Bohdan Antonych, Shen Chou, Gunter Grass. Table of Contents.

Vol. VI, No. 1

Poems by James Tate, Jeff Silva; fiction by Jerry Bumpus, Brian Swann; translations of Paul Eluard, Pierre Reverdy, Paul Celan, George Trakl. Table of Contents.

Vol. V, No. 2

Poems by Joyce Carol Oates, Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, John Engman; prose by E.M. Broner; translations of Yap-Yum, Neruda, Horace. Table of Contents.

Vol. V, No. 1

Poems by Mark Halperin, Colette lnez, Greg Kuzma, Carol Frost, Marge Piercy; translations of Rilke, Mayakovsky, Cocteau, Desnos, Max Jacob. Table of Contents.

Vol. IV, No. 2

Poems by Norman Dubie, Sandra Gilbert, and Russel Edson. Fiction by Tom Sinclair and John Hermann. Translations by Istvan Agh, Sandor Scoori, Evgeny Vinokurov, and Paul Eluard. Reviews by Ira Sadoff. Art by Jean Paul Darrien and Lynne Sher. Table of Contents.

Vol. IV, No. 1

Poems by Erica Jong, Heather McHugh, Gregory Orr, James Tate; prose by Raymond Carver; translations of Octavio Paz, Yu-Hsuan-Chi, Johannes Bobrowski. Table of Contents.

Vol. III, No. 2

Poems by Russell Edson, Jack Anderson, and Peter Wild; prose by Jack Anderson and Russell Edson; translations of Manuel Duran, Takamura, Paul Celan, and Neruda. Table of Contents.

Vol. III, No. 1

Poetry by Richard Shelton, Greg Kuzma, and Sandra Gilbert. Trnslations by Paul Eluard, Attilaa Jozsef, and Ranier Maria Rilke. Fiction by W. S. Merwin. Graphic art by Donald Perlis. Table of Contents.

Vol. II, No. 2

Poems by W.S. Merwin, Charles Wright, Ray Young Bear, William Stafford, David Wagoner, David Ray, and David Ignatow; prose by Henry Roth and Robert Ward; translations of Kotara Takamura. Table of Contents.

Vol. II, No. 1

Poems by Donald Justice, Robert Mezey, Lucien Stryk, Michael Burkhard, and Greg Kuzma; prose by Lawrence Dunning; translations of Cesar Vallejo, Paul Eluard, Robert Desnos, and Pablo Neruda; an interview with Donald Justice. Table of Contents.

Vol. I, No. 2

Poems by Charles Simic, James Tate, Colette lnez, Susan Fromberg Schaeffer; prose by Charles Aukema, "Supper with Lindsey," a play by Henry Roth; translations of Vasko Popa. Table of Contents.

Vol. I, No. 1

Poems by Robert Bly, Stephen Berg, David Ignatow, Donald Justice, and William Matthews; prose by W.S. Merwin, R.V. Cassill. Table of Contents.