Harvard Review 34

Harvard Review 34

Harvard Review 34

Issue 34 features fiction by Adam Braver, Cate Kennedy, Kevin Moffett, and Karen E. Bender, essays by James Marcus, Michael Cohen, and Jacqueline Gill, poems by Garrett Hongo and David Huddle, paintings by Philip Guston, and reviews of work by Robert Hass, Edwidge Danticat, Jim Crace, Roberto Bolaño, and Robert Pinsky.
Harvard Review 34 (print)


Kevin Moffett "In the Pines"
Karen E. Bender "What the Cat Said"
Adam Braver "Breaking and Crumbling from the 17th Floor"
Cate Kennedy "Flexion"
Josh Rolnick "Pulp and Paper"
Vinnie Wilhelm "In the Absence of Predators"


Michael Cohen "A Retiree Reads Proust and Montaigne"
Jacqueline Gill "Tally Ho"
James Marcus "Faint Music"
Chaz Reetz-Laiolo "Lady at Fordham RD"


Megan Alpert "What We Kept"
Joelle Biele "Gabrielle Münter"
Laurie Blauner "Trajectory"
Paula Bohince "The Children"
Anna Evans "Garden State Harvest"
Ezra D. Feldman "Melody Hand to Hand"
Patricia Giragosian "To a Presidential Candidate"
Matt Hart "Captain America"
Matt Hart "Wallace Stevens Must Die"
Garrett Hongo "Waimea-of-the-Dead"
David Huddle "The Anxiety of Influence"
David Huddle "Search This World Over"
Lizzie Hutton "1992 (Nachtlied)"
Katy Lederer "The Tender Wish to Buy This World" and "A Sad Harp"
Diane Lockward "Seventh Grade Science Project"
Eeva Liisa Manner, Herbert Lomas "One day I passed out of my body"
Kathryn Maris "Why I Will Gladly Take Your Man Away"
Sabrina Orah Mark "The Ruse" and "The Word"
Patrick Phillips "In the Beginning"
Andrés Rodriguez "Central Street"
Dana Roeser "Swerve"
Eleanor Stanford "At the Steel Pier"
Becky Thompson "To DuBois" and "To Mandela"
C. Dale Young "Nature"