The issue published on line in late December 2017 includes an introduction and six scholarly articles, a section of  appreciations by eight scholars, and four review articles. Author names and article titles in the following table of contents are linked to the publisher Taylor & Francis Online.

Jeannette E. RileyMeredith Benjamin & Maggie RehmIntroduction, pp. 607-609

Alexandra J. Gold: Adrienne Rich’s Persistent Survival, pp. 610-627
Meredith BenjaminSnapshots of a Feminist Poet: Adrienne Rich and the Poetics of the Archive, pp. 628-645
Talia ShalevAdrienne Rich’s “Collaborations”: Re-vision as Durational Address, pp. 646-662
Brooke LoberAdrienne Rich’s “Politics of Location,” US Jewish Feminism, and the Question of Palestine, pp. 663-683
Maggie Rehm“try telling yourself / you are not accountable”: Adrienne Rich as Citizen Poet, pp. 684-703
Jeannette E. Riley:  “questing toward what might otherwise be:” Adrienne Rich’s Later Work, pp. 704-717
Albert GelpiPowers of Recuperation: Tracking Adrienne Rich, pp. 718-719
Sandra M. Gilbert: Dear Adrienne: At This Hour—, pp. 720-721
Sylvia HennebergAdrienne Rich: Vigilant Custodian of Time, pp. 722-723
Claire KeyesAdrienne Rich’s Wild Patience, pp. 724-725
Wendy MartinAdrienne Rich: ‘Language is Power’, pp. 726-727
Andrea O’ReillyMothering Against Motherhood: The Legacy of Adrienne Rich’s Of Woman Born, pp. 728-729
Ed Pavlićhow we are with each other”: Adrienne Rich’s Radical—Which Is to Say, Relational—Legacy, pp. 730-731
Craig WernerAdrienne Rich’s Long Jazz Song, pp. 732-733
erica kaufmanJayne Cortez, Adrienne Rich, and the Feminist Superhero: Voice, Vision, Politics, and Performance in U.S. Contemporary Women’s Poetics, edited by Laura Hinton, pp. 734-736
Shelagh PattersonAdrienne Rich: Teaching at CUNY, 1968–1974 (Parts I & II), edited by Iemanjá Brown, Stefania Heim, erica kaufman, Kristin Moriah, Conor Tomás Reed, Talia Shalev, Wendy Tronrud, and Ammiel Alcalay pp. 737-739
Anne SheaAnglo-American Feminist Challenges to the Rhetorical Traditions: Virginia Woolf, Mary Daly, Adrienne Rich, by Krista Ratcliffe  pp. 740-742
Megan SimpsonA History of Twentieth-Century American Women’s Poetry, edited by Linda A. Kinnahan pp. 743-745