After reading the numerous responses to Juliana Spahr and Stephanie Young's "Numbers Trouble," Jennifer Ashton's response, and our note, it became clear that we needed to make these articles available online. We hope the essays will ground a larger exchange of ideas.
Chicago Review
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Joshua Kotin
Robert P. Baird

Originally Published: November 4th, 2007

Emily Warn was born in San Francisco and grew up in California and Detroit. She earned degrees from Kalamazoo College and the University of Washington. Her full-length collections of poetry include The Leaf Path (1982), The Novice Insomniac (1996), and Shadow Architect (2008). She has published two chapbooks: The Book...

  1. November 9, 2007
     Jilly

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  2. January 5, 2008
     Sweta-Zinok

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