Crazyhorse number 69 cover

with Robert and Penelope Creeley, and some of his final poems.


Molly McNett’s Ruthie meets her Chloe with little sign language. Steven Schwartz’s father of a father repairs the window and takes his stand. Lorraine M. López’s falling goose sets the day in motion. John Tait: Ai! the curse of Monica Garza.

The wickedness and grace, the phrases traded for fable of Vénus Khoury-Ghata translated by Marilyn Hacker, Tomaz Salamun, Christopher Davis, Cynthia Hogue, Dorothy Barresi, Albert Goldbarth, and Dean Young: “I’ll never understand the sublime / the possibility that it’s all someone’s / lying face down in the rain dream . . .”