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Complete Index of Hanging Loose Writers

Every title published by the press has been kept in print. Good literature stays good.



Obenzinger, Hilton. ‘“Try to Remember,’” 91. “Columbia Revolt,” 92.

O'Brien, Dan."The War Reporter Paul Watson Listens to the Artist," "The War Reporter Paul Watson Prepares for His Next Trip," "The War Reporter Paul Watson on the Economy of War," 100. "The War Reporter Paul Watson Telexes From the New War," 101. "The War Reporter Paul Watson on How YouTube," "The War Reporter Paul Watson on the Smell of Fear," "The War Reporter Paul Watson Is Staying at the Holiday Inn," 104. "From Strange City." 109.

O'Brien, John. "Poison," 42.

O’Brien, Michael. “Dust to Dust,” “Jaundice,” “Trench Rot,” “Regatta at the Union of Two Rivers,” 91.

O’Connor, John Paul. "First Love," "Fast Storm," 106.

O'Leary, Kevin. "within," 12.

O'Malley, Myles. "Fighting Back," 19.

O'Neill, Alexandre. "Arson," 47.

O’Nym, J. “Blue in the Face,” 85.

Orban, Otto. "Four Selections from Our Bearings At Sea" tr. by Jasha Kessler, 70.

O'Rourke, Meghan. "Acceleration," "The Physicist's Wife," "Mary's Breast," "The Fire I Refuse," 64.

Oaks, Jeff. “Shift,” 85. “Killing the Slugs,” 87.

Obenzinger, Hilton. "'I didn't even have to choose between right and left this time,' LIRR Train Wreck, November 22, 1950," "Freak Fire: August 21, 1980," "Mid-Air Collision, December 16, 1960 [prosel," 52.

Ochester, Ed. "Dr. Johnson Ate Wheaties," "Note for Door," 8. "Eric Hoffer Eats with Mr. Nixon," "For You," 12. "Machismo," "Notes from my Fourth Life," 15. "August of 62," 20.

Ogden, Hugh. "Turning To," 25.

Olin, Jeni. “Blue Collar Holiday,” “Vanishing Point,” “Stickup,” “Larry Kept Saying Primo Levi Was an Accident,” “A Good Year Down,”80. “Criminal,” “Everyone Gasps With Anxiety,” “Poem,” “Ho Chi Minh,” “Meeting Darragh for Pumpkin Soup...”, 84. “Abilify,” “Xanax,” “Clonazepam Dreams,” ““All Things Considered,”” 88. “I Just Burnt My Neck with a Curling Iron, Promise!” “Spooning,” “The Kindle 2 Was a Gift!” “Pillow Talk,” “I Submitted Bea Arthur & All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt,” 95.

Olsen, James “Neon Allegiance,” 80.

Olzmann, Matthew. “Geography,” “A Man Bitten by a Werewolf,” 89.

Orel, Gwen. "Lapse," 40.

Ortiz, Adalberto. cover artist for 7. Cover artist, 13, 23. Cover artist, 28, 33. Cover artist, 42.

Ortiz, Miguel A. "Landscape," "Old Lady," "The sun shone low over gables," "That black stallion's coat glistens in the sun," 7. "Justo Granado" [story], 13. Cover artist, 19. "The Installment Man" [story], 50-51.

Ortleb, Chuck. "The Seance," 20. "Mr. Centerfold," 21.

Osterlund, Steven. "Portuguese Poem II," "The Room," 3. "The Day the Prophet Quit," "General," 5-6.

Oster, David (R.C.). Covers, Northern Buildings: Ten Ink Drawings, 100.

Ostriker, Alicia. "The Pleiades in December: Line of Sight from a Frozen Lake," 31.

Ourin, Viktor. "A Friendly Message to Brother Poets," 17.

Overton, Ron. "The Founding of New England," 14. "Berne, Indiana," "Seville Ghazal," "The Somewhere Else Ghazal," "USA Ghazal," 18. "Testimony on the Axe," 29. "1895," 36. "The Fathers," "Getting to Know Your House," "The Polo Grounds," "Talkshow," "The Telephone," 44. "Turning 39 Thinking of Jackie Jensen," "The Infant," 48. "The Branch Will Not Break, but the Jay Might," "Narrative," "Quicksand," "Real Musicians," "7-Eleven," "The Economics of Small Losses," "Invitation," 50-51. "Kissing," 53. "I Am at a Distance," "19N 026D," "Baseball I," "Baseball II," "Future Considerations," 58. "La Nevada," "Barracuda," "Goodbye, Porkpie Hat," 60. "Old Money," "Real Life," "Europe's Spring Collection," "Two Stories," 66."Dear Mr. Overton," "History Is More or Less Bunk," "Packers vs. Lions," "Haystacks Calhoun," "Ars Poetica," "Semiotics," "Psychic Killed by Train," 71.. "At the Woodside Station, the Train is Longer Than the Platform So," "Fire and Ice," "My Favorite Summer, 1956" 74. "Memorabilia," 75. "Traffic Report: This Is Plae Otis in the Chopper," 77. “Why I Write,” “The Warm-Up Poem,” “Perfect Drift,” “Things We Sent For,” “Autobiography,” 90."Science Philosophy Art," "C.V.," "Long Island Duck," 100. "Peace Be with You," 102.

Owen, Maureen. "Medusa's Hairdo," "They can't handle the day shift or vespertilain jockeys," 70. "Portraiture/or I tripped on a crown of thorns crossing the yard or/everything goes into the big stew that is you," "Nox/ or the boys are rightly pale/or A study in snow," "Picassoís Chair/or Breaking out in thorns," 77. “Nearly Snowing,” “ ‘Every ship is a romantic object, except that we sail in.’ R. W. Emerson or my little sister’s Mercedes”, 84.“my neighbors relax on their flat southwest porch chatting in Spanish Just like I always wanted my neighbors to do,” “…the beauty of air So tonic draught intensity a liquid or when you were dead will I still always be here,” 95. "Liquitex my darling Fatty acid bloom my love," "A trail as pale as thread," "I wander in my brother's absence," "Layers of emotional bulbous," "Don't Ever Hang Yourself in the Barn," 107.

Owen, Maureen (and Pat Nolan). "Every Little Mote," 59.




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