Poetry | June 01, 1983
Tending the Garden
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6.3 (Summer 1983)
Featuring work by Deb Allerby, Jack Barrack, Ginger Bingham, Jonathan Cohen, Karen Fish, David Groff, Nancy Shields Hardin, John Helton, Jr., Andrew Hudgins, Jerome Kinkowitz, Philip Levine, Robert McNamera, Michael Milburn, R.K. Narayan, Eric Pankey, Ira Sadoff, Gary Soto, Stephen Tapscott, Barry Targan, Jeanie Thompson, and Dan Thrapp.
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