|Lydia Harris||If You were the Boat at Tufter|
|Kayo Chingonyi||Martins Corner|
|James Grabill||Blind Spot|
|Maria McMillan||The baby is on the radio|
|Nancy Ann Miller||Olivetti|
|Maitreyabandhu||Lady with a Chaffinch|
|Machinery and the Imagination: Tim Kindberg asks poets about the relationship between the two||Do new technologies and multimedia forms affect how we exercise our imaginations when writing and reading poetry? Tim Kindberg delved…|
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Magma invites contributions of unpublished poems. In Magma 52 (March 2012), on page 22, we published a poem titled "Newton's First Law of Motion" submitted by Christian Ward. We have recently discovered that this poem was written, apart from a few minor changes of wording, by Matthew Olzmann with the title "Sir Isaac Newton's First Law of Motion" and published in New England Review 30/4 (Winter 2009/10). We very much regret publishing a plagiarised poem which we accepted in good faith.