sam remembers the wedding at cana
by Nora Iuga

Translated from Romanian by Adam J. Sorkin and Diana Manole sam counts the passengers on the bus thinks of the twelve apostles notices that women were omitted adds them back it makes them twenty-four water becomes wine as at the wedding at cana he gets closer to paradise look at that empty lot where grass … Continue reading sam remembers the wedding at cana
by Nora Iuga

Nora Iuga

Nora Iuga was born on 4 January 1931 and made her debut in 1968 with the collection of poems It Isn’t My Fault. Because of their “morbid eroticism,” Iuga’s work was banned by the communist censors between 1971 and 1978. Since then, she has published 15 collections of poems, including The Hunchbacks’ Bus (2001, rpt. … Continue reading Nora Iuga

CPR Volume 18-2

April, 2016 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Joan Colby, Testimony Mary Moore, Economy Rebecca Starks, On Tidying Up Ann V. DeVilbiss, In a Field, Far Carlie Hoffman, North Window Dianne Stepp, Hunger Stephanie Coyne DeGhett, The Colors Christopher Petruccelli, Verdigris Steven Sanchez, After Bobby Jindal … Continue reading CPR Volume 18-2