The Adirondack Review
FICTION
POETRY
UNTITLED by ERIN GETTLER
FEATURE

I. when i get advice
II. back up plan
III. radio silence
IV. bear projection
V. when you are brand new
WENDY XU

REVIEWS 
BOTTICELLI by OLIVIA PARKES

from EAST BROADWAY BREAKDOWN, 1994-95/2002 by CHRISTOPHER WOOL

FKTS23 by JORDAN EAGLES
I. Dolphin
II. Wolf Berries
by IHOR PAVLYUK
translated by STEVE KOMARNYCKYJ

The Glass Eye
by NAPOLEON LAPATHIOTIS
translated by PANAYOTIS SFALAGAKOS


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WINTER 2013
Men Have Names
RICHARD MARTIN
       Fulton Prize winner

Lying to Old Men
JEN KNOX
       Fulton Prize finalist

Here at the Quiet Limit of the World
BECKY BONCAL
       Fulton Prize finalist

Jesus
RAYNE GASPER

Wax and Wane
MARIANNE SALINA

Ziggy the Immortal
AHARON LEVY

I. Divergent Boundaries
II. Convergent Boundaries
III. The Vessel
IV. Because Of What Can't Be Said I Say This
V. Who Is To Say Who's To Blame For The End
EMMA BOLDEN

Landing in Lasalle
DOUG FRASER

I. Peony
II. Freedom Toast
III. Midnight in the Garden of Evel Knievel
BRENT TERRY

I. Finger Food
II. Geology
SUSANNA BROUGHAM

I. Death of the Bookish Boy
II. Father
ADAM CHESHIRE

I. From A Gurney In The New York Methodist Hospital
II. Zoo
AMY ROA

​I. Things of Cezanne
II. Earlier Errors
III. Meeting A Person Second-Hand In Seattle
IV. Whining
V. The New-Fangled Chinese Poet
ROBERT W. KING

Gothics via Orebed Brook
DAVID CREWS

Gallop
ANTON FROST
Blitzkrieg by JOHN GOSSLEE
​reviewed by KASEY ERIN PHIFER-BYRNE

Sometimes Full of Daylight ​by OWEN LEWIS
reviewed by ALEX GUARCO

Mass of the Forgotten by JAMES TOLAN
reviewed by MICHAEL RAVENSCROFT







UNTITLED by LUCIANO TOCCI
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