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The MacGuffin

The MacGuffin - Vol. 35, No. 2 (Spring 2019)

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The MacGuffin - Vol. 35, No. 2 (Spring 2019)

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The MacGuffin’s second issue of 2019 includes two special features for the price of one. The first highlights the winners of the Detroit Working Writer’s MacGuffin Poetry Prize, awarded at the group’s annual conference last Fall. Diana Dinverno took top prize for her poem “Ann Arbor,” with Vicki Wilke’s “I Thought I Couldn’t Take It With Me” and “Jack D. Ferguson’s “Whispers” taking second place and honorable mention. Next, we shine a spotlight on Richard Tillinghast, guest judge of Poet Hunt 24, with a biographical sketch and a three-poem feature. Special thanks to Margaret Munz-Losch whose work graces our cover.

In this issue:

5: Marjorie Maddox – At the American Visionary Art Museum: Villa’s Universe
6: Barbara Crooker – Credo
7: Barbara Crooker – Avenue at Chantilly, Paul Cézanne, 1888
8-10: Paul Holler – The Harper and Fergus O’Neill
11-16: Christina Kapp – Catching Icarus
17-22: Bill Teitelbaum – Last Summer
23: Susanna Brougham – Little Cranberry Island
24: Diane Dickinson – Swamp Thing
25-31: Beth Escott Newcomer – The Ascension
32-40: Tricia Currans-Sheehan – Limbo Baby
41-46: Loretto Leary – Billet-doux
47: Nancy Owen Nelson – Hair
48: Barbara Crooker – Extensions
49: Joanne M. Clarkson – Teeth of the Comb
50-57: Gabriela Tedeschi – Hill-girl
58-61: Terry Sanville – Bugs
62-65: Laura Pochintesta – In the In-Between
66-75: Alex Strum – Stop Whispering
76-87: Robert Earle – Resurfacing
88-89: Patrick Nevins – Procession
90: Steven Dolgin – Detroit Working Writers MacGuffin Poetry Prize Commentary
91: Diana Dinverno – Biographical Statement
92: Diana Dinverno – Ann Arbor
93: Vicki Wilke – I Thought I Couldn’t Take It with Me
94: Jack D. Ferguson – Whispers
95: Gillian Shure – Tom
96: Joanne M. Clarkson – The Truth of Pewter
97: Norma Alonzo – Blue Road
98: Norma Alonzo – Sedona
99: Norma Alonzo – New Mexico
100: Norma Alonzo – Park #1
101: Norma Alonzo – Artist Profile
102-104: Audrey Rhys – Troy
105-110: Dick Yaeger – A Death in Babylon
111-115: Susan Knox – Bequests
116-123: Mary Lotz – In a Neighborly Way
124: Richard Tillinghast – Biographical Statement
125: Richard Tillinghast – My Father in His Wood Shop
126-127: Richard Tillinghast – Ars Poetica
128-130: Richard Tillinghast – And And And
131-140: Dennis E. Thompson – Following the Blood, the Heart
141-148: Barbara Haas – Remembering Not to Forget
149-150: Gillian Shure – Deep Pockets
151-152: Erin Renee Wahl – Floe
153: Liz N. Clift – Breathe
154: Susanna Brougham – Stars
155-158: Contributor Notes

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