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Big Muddy 12.2

Cover Photo:

Aaron Horrell, Missouri

Big Muddy 12.2

Editor

Dr. Susan Swartwout

Assistant Editor

Amanda Meyer
Caity Rogers

Publishing Interns

Adam Armstrong
Samantha Carano
Elizabeth Enoch
Jennifer Geist
Cory Troske
Marcie Upchurch

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Contents

Non-Fiction

Lisa Knopp
Mississippi Harvest

Donna L. Shrum
The Life and Death of the B.P. Cheney

Kevin Koch
Home Fire

Fiction

Patrick VandenBussche
Just Dad’s Kids

Casey Pycior
The Current

Bradley Cook
The Gift

Dusty Richards
A Long Ways From Home

Leon Anderson
Northern Men

Brad Hooper
Aunt Kate’s Possibility

William Jablonsky
Leviathan

Poetry

Jill Reid
I hate to wash the Mississippi out

Tim Leach
Narcissus Over Morning Coffee

Greg Moglia
Colic

Sandy Longhorn
Cornfield, USA II

James Valvis
Homes

Charles Jensen
The Tattoo Artist’s Confession

Robert Tremmel
The Boots

Angie Macri
Running Buffalo Clover

Sandra M. Castillo
Exposures

Justin Hamm
In Case You Were Wondering

Caroline Collins
Hunger
Evening

Trina Gaynon
Along the Tracks, After the Last Train Runs

Carolyn Miller
Something She Said

Jesse DeLong
Caught

Dixon Hearne
We Thrive

Doug Ramspeck
The Tattoo Artist Dreams His Wife Returns

Adam Love
Cemetary

Liz Young
Day Lilies
Vapor Rising

Stanley Morris Noah
deja vu is like a pinball machine

Jeff Hardin
Morning Porch

Damon Falke
Photograph of a Young Girl Standing in the Family Plot

Travis Mossotti
Elegy for the Mississippi
Dupo

Mark Vogel
The Story of Mud

Heather Dobbins
The Sweet Drunk’s Wife 1935

Richard Luftig
The Old Cemetery

Steven Ray Smith
Ambrosia and devilled eggs

Gerry Grubbs
Sometimes in the Evening

Don Boes
On the Anniversary of the Beginning of War

Mark Poor
Whale Domination

Jack Vian
Standing in the Commissary Line

Jon Densford
Horseshoe Lake

Reviews

Keith A. Sculle reviews:
Bluestone, Daniel. Buildings, Landscapes, and Memory: Case Studies in Historic Preservation. W.W. Norton and Company, 2011. Cloth, 302 pp., $47.95.

Breanna Bright reviews:
Chaon, Dan, Norah Lind, and Phong Nguyen, eds. Nancy Hale: On the Life and Work of a Lost American Master. Pleiades Press, 2012. Paper, 217 pp., $12.99

Matthew Sissom reviews:
Riche, Robert. Days Like These. Plain View Press, 2011. Paper, 103 pp., $14.95

Rhyen Campbell reviews:
Wayne, Jane O. The Other Place You Live. Mayapple Press, 2010. Paper, 75 pp., $14.95.

Marcie Upchurch reviews:
Kolin, Philip C. Reading God’s Handwriting: Poems. Kaufmann Publishing, 2012. Cloth, 105 pp., $16.95.

Marcie Upchurch reviews:
Skloot, Floyd. The Wink of the Zenith. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Paper, 231 pp., $16.95.

Jennifer Geist reviews:
Buckley, John F., and Martin Ott. Poet’s Guide to America. Brooklyn Arts Press, 2012. Paper, 114 pp., $14.95.

Elizabeth Enochs reviews:
Petterson, Per. It’s Fine By Me. Graywolf Press, 2012. Cloth, 199 pp., $22.00.

Kris Baranovic reviews:
Bolen, Dennis. Anticipated Results. Arsenal Pulp Press, 2011. Paper, 239 pp., $15.95.

Amanda Meyer reviews:
Bernheimer, Kate. Horse, Flower, Bird. Coffee House Press, 2010. 208 pp., Paper, $14.95.

Caleb Tankersley reviews:
Trueblood, Valerie. Marry or Burn. Counterpoint Press, 2010. Paper, 294 pp., $15.95.

Sarah Vohsen reviews:
Powell, Lawrence N. The Accidental City: Improvising New Orleans. Harvard University Press, 2012. 359 pp., Cloth, $29.95.

Katelyn Hansell reviews:
Wood, Henry. Edited by Michael Fedo. A Sawdust Heart: My Vaudeville Life in Medicine and Tent Shows. University of Minnesota Press, 2011. Paper, 129 pp., $16.95.

Katelyn Hansell reviews:
Seeley, Tracy. My Ruby Slippers: The Road Back to Kansas. University of Nebraska Press, 2011. Paper, 185 pp., $15.95.

Katherine Markey reviews:
Gatore, Gilbert. The Past Ahead. Indiana University Press, 2012. Paper, 138 pp., $18.99

Cory Troske reviews:
Diamond, Judy. World of Viruses. University of Nebraska Press, 2012. 82 pp., Paper, $16.95.

Rachael Evans reviews:
Salter, John R. Jackson, Mississippi: An American Chronicle of Struggle and Schism. University of Nebraska Press, 2011. 248 pp., Paper, $18.95.