The Deronda Review
|The Neovictorian/Cochlea – Back
For copies of back issues of The Neovictorian/Cochlea, send $3.00 for each copy to P.O. B. 55164, Madison, WI 53705.
Vol. I no. 2 (Fall-Winter 1996-7) - 10 copies available. Matte cover with poems by Y’landi, Robert Klein Engler, and Hadassah Haskale. Section titles: Like Looking for Water; Unstory: I. Lifelines, II. Worldlines; Our Runaway Words; Paul Celan, and Others: a Symposium. Highlight: Carolyn Stoloff’s cycle, “A Too Close Distance.” Back cover has an editorial, “About This Magazine.”
Vol. II no. 1 (Summer-Fall 1997) - 5 copies available. Matte cover displaying poems by Ulea and Ken Waldman. Section titles: To Learn God, Stoney Ground, Midnight Oratorio, Souls in Transit, Between Words, Enveloped and Enveloping. Highlight: Kevin Schwartz’s “Cuff and Nonsense.” Back cover has an editorial, “Putting Poems Together.”
Vol. III no. 1 (Fall-Winter 1998-99) - 1 copy available. Matte cover with illustration by Irene Frankl, displaying poems by Bernie Bernstein, Kevin Schwartz and J. Steven Svoboda. Section titles: Visitations, Almanac, The Rock of Morning, Cadenza, Mother’s Land, 2000 Eve. Highlights: Puah Shalev-Toren’s “In Memory of Simon Halkin,” “Light” by Ruth Blumert, several poems from the Zeugma group (Lucile Blanchard, Kathleen M. Carbone, C.E. Chaffin, Alison Croggon, Beth M. Janzen, Doug Westberg). Back cover has an illustration by Irene Frankl and a poem by Ulea.
Vol. III no. 2 (Summer 1999) - 4 copies available. Matte cover with illustrations by Irene Frankl front and back, 2 poems by Leslie Cohen on front. Sections untitled. Many poems on Law (material, sacred, civil, formal).
Vol. IV no. 1 (Winter 2000) - 1 copy available. Matte cover with illustrations by Irene Frankl front and back. Front cover has poems by Richard Alan Bunch and Richard Moore. Section titles: Whether It Lasts, Requiem, Versions, American Mornings, Apprenticed, Mild Manias. Highlight: Leonard Borenstein’s long poem “Not Left, Not Right, or The Negative Reversed.”
Vol. IV no. 2 (Summer and Fall 2000) - 2 copies available. Matte cover with illustrations by Irene Frankl front and back, displaying poems by David Hill, Richard Moore and Esther Cameron. Section titles: Circling Round the Fire, “Do You Wish What I Wish,” Two Plus Two Is Four, In the Land of Our Breaths, Elections. Highlight: Joseph Salemi’s “The Reign of Hype.”
Vol. V no. 1 (Spring 2001) - 11 copies available. Glossy cover with an illustration and comment by Mordechai Beck, poem by Hadassah Haskale. Section titles: Nourish; Magnetic Force; Idiosyncratic Fire; Social Studies; Intrusions; From an Impenetrable Room: poems from and to Israel, 2000-2001; Word-Watch. Highlight: Reva Sharon’s cycle “From an Impenetrable Room.” Back cover has a poem by Rose Rosberg.
Vol. VI no. 1 (Spring-Summer 2002) 1 copy available. Glossy cover displaying a Raphael drawing and a poem by Ida Fasel. Titles: To Wait in Silence, Quickening, On the Other Side Of (poems about the 9/11 attacks), To Be, Calliing the Future Home, In the Light of Foreshadowings (blank verse editorial on the 9/11 attacks), For Good Measure. Back cover has a poem by Terry Fisher.
Vol. VII no. 1 (Spring-Summer 2003) - 2 copies available. Glossy cover, photographs of sculptures by Leonard Borenstein front and back. Section titles: Green and Waste Places, The Blue and Spacious Plenty, Sharp Shards, The Battle-Cry of I and Thou, Wired, Limits Discernible, Watching and Waiting. Highlights: Leonard Borenstein’s “Why Lot’s Wife Turned – Why She was Turned to Salt,” Norma Gay Prewitt’s “Writing the Found Garden.” Poem by Wendy Videlock on back.
Vol. VII No. 2 (Fall-Winter 2003-4) - I copy available. Glossy cover with illustration by Sally Cook, displaying a poem by Eva Avi-Yonah. Section Titles: Winter’s Wood, In the Garden, Instructions for Assembly, Distances, Haunted Houses, Looking for the Well. Highlights: Ulea’s “Letters to Carrie,” Joe Ruggier’s “Chrysanthemums for Coffined Eternity.” Back cover has a poem by Deanne Bayer.
Vol. VIII No. 1 (Summer-Fall 2004) - 24 copies available. Glossy cover with illustration by Sally Cook, poem by Richard Moore. Section titles: Moonrise, Eclipses, Capitalist Tango, Love or Fear? Pilgrimage, Eclectic. Highlights: poems from Robert Ward’s “Under the Summer Stars”; “Jerusalem,” by Assi Degani. Back cover has a poem by Eva Avi-Yonah.
Vol. VIII no. 2 (Spring 2005) - 2 copies available. Glossy cover, photographs of a sculpture by Michael Curtis on front and back. Front cover has a poem by Carla Theodore, back cover a poem by Eva Avi-Yonah. Section titles: Esperamus, History & Culture, A Flash of Yes, Realities, Empty Court, Demands, Lunatique, Open Letter to Poets Against the War. Highlights: Anne Babson’s “Since by Man Came Death,” Jack Lovejoy’s “The Painted Tomb,” Robert Glen Deamer’s “Poem for Naomi.”
Vol. IX No. 1 (Fall-Winter 2005-6) - 6 copies available. Glossy cover with illustration by Yala Korwin. Poem by Emanuel di Pasquale on front, poem by Ida Fasel on back. Section Titles: The Descent of Something Greater, A Reason to Let Go, Misplaced, Where the Grass Is Burnt, A Handful of Stones, Codes of Silence, Culture Wars. Highlight: Margaret del Guercio’s “Banana Split. “
Vol. IX No. 2 (Spring-Summer 2006) - 3 copies available. Glossy cover with illustration by Yala Korwin, poem by Susan Oleferuk on front, poem by Hadassah Haskale on back. Section titles: Passing too Fast, Tell Us What We Are (poems inspired by science), Determined Love, Trying to Find Our Way Back, Towards Ancient Resonance. Highlights: Beth Copeland’s “Math Anxiety,” Constance Rowell Mastores’ “Song,” Shira Twersky-Cassel’s “Shalom: The Seventh Gate.”
Vol. X no. 1 (Winter-Spring 2007) - 8 copies available. Glossy cover, illustration by Leonard Eskowitz, poem by Paul J. Healy on front, poem by D.J. Bolling on back. Section titles: Turning Over, Our Fundamental Joy, In Memoriam, A Breathing Star to Follow, Sighs, Learning to Praise, The Signs. Highlights: Michael Burch “Perhaps We’re Becoming Angels” (a tribute to Lea Tanzman Appelman z”l), Paula Friedman’s “Itsy Girls,” Yakov Azriel’s “Mount N’Voh.”