Chicago Review 56:2/3 features a portfolio of three unpublished essays by Veronica Forrest-Thomson, accompanied by editorial notes and an introduction: from “His True Penelope Was Flaubert: Ezra Pound and Nineteenth Century Poetry”, from “Lilies from the Acorn” (on Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s “Death-in-Love”) and “Pastoral and Elegy in the Early Poems of Tennyson”


Anne Blonstein, Jason Harmon, Trevor Joyce, Keston Sutherland, Stephanie Strickland, Tom Pickard, William Fuller, Stephanie Schlaifer, and Marjorie Welish


Edmundo Paz Soldán, Michael G. Donkin, Victor Pelevin, and Andrzej Stasiuk

A Notebook—


An Essay—

Charles Altieri: “The Place of Rhetoric in Contemporary Poetics: Jennifer Moxley and Juliana Spahr”


Elliott Carter by Fred Cisterna and ecopoetics by Forrest Gander

Cover Art—

Marjorie Welish