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Table of Contents:

Cover by Lee Roberts

Untitled by Lee Roberts

Malaise by John Mizner

Cattail Fishing by Jennifer Barber

August by Jennifer Barber

Request During Morning Rounds by Jennifer Barber

The Trouble by Robert Gillespie

When Both My Fathers Die by Robert Gillespie

To My Father by Ed Harvey

A Wet Dream by Ed Harvey

For Certain Woman by Ed Harvey

Fogdogs by Passamaquoddy

Untitled by Theodore Enslin

How We Know Them by Theodore Enslin

Pulse by Rachel Peters

Untitled by Richard Cass

Untitled by Gary Lawless

Falling off a Friend's Roof by John Witte

This Morning a Dog was Barking at my Door by John Witte

Moonlight Poured over the Fields by Gary Lawless

Taste this by Richard Cass

Untitled by Gary Lawless

August 29th by TJ Stewart

Native Religious Experience by Gary Lawless

Untitled by Jeremy Coleman

We are the Wind by Gary Lawless

Potlatch Vision #1 by Richard Cass

Untitled by Richard Cass

Scenario for a Dance to the Mountains by Richard Cass

Untitled by John Steer

Untitled by John Steer

Adding to that, Fly On by Sandy Welte

On the Lobster Shop Bench by Sandy Welte

Sunday; Leads, UK by Hal Bodden

Under the Mango Tree by Hal Bodden

Downright Rude by Hal Bodden

Myth of Autumn by Rab Bell

Sannyasi by Rab Bell

Nor Ever Say We Wanted More by Peter Wise

Short Tale by Peter Wise

Don't Ask Me How They Got There by Peter Wise

Sonnet: To a girl on a bus reading a book whose back cover asked "Are you okay?" by Dave Dane

Domestic Metaphysics by Dave Dane


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Publication Date

Fall 1975


Colby College


Waterville, Maine, United States



Pequod (Fall 1975)



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