The Adirondack Review
The Adirondack Review
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WINTER 2011

VOLUME XII
NO. 3
An Arts & Literature Quarterly
FICTION
FEATURE FICTION
The Map
DON SCHWARTZ


White-Blue Light
JAMES O'BRIEN


Unhappy Women I Have Loved
PAUL TAKEUCHI



The Absent Vultures of Tribeca
DOUGLAS ANTHONY COOPER









POETRY
BIG STORM by BÉATRICE CORON

BERNADETTE, 47 and ALEC, 14 by BOBBY NEEL ADAMS
PLASTIC INSIDE by NIKO SONNBERGER
FLOWER by RACHEL COHEN
TRANSLATION
Three Stories
by EDMUNDO PAZ SOLDÁN
Translated by KIRK NESSET
INTERVIEW
MOHAMMAD ZOHEIR BAGHERI NOAPARAST
speaks with
PROFESSOR KHOSROW BAGHERI NOAPARAST
Chairman, Iranian Association of Philosophy of Education







TRY TO LIE IN PEACE by ELEANOR BENNETT
REVIEWS ETC.
"Open Letter to the United Parcel Service"
an excerpt from
THE VOLCANO, THE TORNADO,
AND THE HOURGLASS
by ADRIEN CASEY

Six Rivers
by JENNA LE
reviewed by ALLISON ELLIOTT

The Sojourn
by ANDREW KRIVAK
reviewed by MARGOT DEMOPOULOS

The Body is a Little Gilded Cage
by KRISTINA MARIE DARLING
reviewed by MICHAEL RAVENSCROFT










winner of the 2011 Fulton Prize
finalist for the 2011 Fulton Prize
finalist for the 2011 Fulton Prize
Pirouettes
ALYSSA BARRETT


Paella
RACHEL KARTZ


What I've Learned from What I've Learned
LEE MATTHEW GOLDBERG


I'll Say I Knew You When
MATTHEW VASILIAUSKAS


A Heart Never Broken
ANN TINKHAM

UNTITLED by ADAM ELSTEIN