Vol. 13 No. 1, Spring 2008 (#49)

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Interviews

Defending the Language: Amiri Baraka
interviewed by Leonard Schwartz


Features

Elizabeth Hardwick (1916-2007)
by Kate Zambreno

Francis Picabia:
The Artwork Caught by the Tail by George Baker
and I Am A Beautiful Monster by Francis Picabia
by Johannes Göransson

The Spider: America’s Prophetic Epic of Terrorism
by Stuart Hopen


Plus:

Chapbook Corner: Cross-Genre Creations by Noah Eli Gordon


Reviews

FICTION/DRAMA

Omega Minor    Paul Verhaeghen     by John Isaac Lingan

The Waitress Was New    Dominique Fabre    by Megan Doll

The Alpine Fantasy of Victor B and Other Stories    Jeremy Akerman & Eileen Daly, eds.    by Spencer Dew

A Curious Earth     Gerard Woodward    by Donald Revell

Bowl of Cherries    Millard Kaufman    by Jay Gabler

Without Wax     William Walsh    by Blake Butler

All Shall Be Well; And All Shall Be Well; And All Manner of Things Shall Be Well     Tom Wodicka    by Levi Teal

Today I Wrote Nothing    Daniil Kharms    by John Bradley

Through the Windshield    Michael DeCapite    by Jocko Weyland

Dangerous Laughter    Steven Millhauser    by John Matthew Fox

Farewell, Shanghai    Angel Wagenstein    by Lucas Klein

The Desert Remains     Charles C. Poling    by Kristin Thiel

Guilty     Anna Kavan    by Kate Zambreno

Three Plays     N. Scott Momaday    by Justin Maxwell


POETRY

Circadian    Joanna Klink     by James Berger

American Music    Chris Martin     by Michael Lindgren

A Bedroom Occupation    Mark Scott     by Kevin Cantwell

Lingos I-IX    Ulf Stolterfoht     by Kevin Carollo

Telephone Ringing in the Labyrinth    Adrienne Rich     by Clayton Eshleman

The Collected Poems of Philip Whalen    Michael Rothenberg, ed.     by Dale Smith

Magdalena     Maureen Gibbon     by Kristina Marie Darling

How Far Light Must Travel    Judi K. Beach     by Marj Hahne

Sign David Mutschlecner        by John Findura

Return to Calm    Jacques Réda     by Daniela Hurezanu


NONFICTION

Eye Mind     Paul Drummond     by Allan Vorda

My Unwritten Books    George Steiner     by W.C. Bamberger

I To Myself     Henry D. Thoreau     by Spencer Dew

Memoirs of the Life of Monsieur de Voltaire    Voltaire     by Laird Hunt

Orpheus in the Bronx    Reginald Shepherd     by Matthew Cheney

Objectivity     Lorraine Daston & Peter Galison, eds.     by W.C. Bamberger

Jacques Vaché and the Roots of Surrealism     Franklin Rosemont     by Greg Bachar

The Long Embrace     Judith Freeman     by Ryder W. Miller

Ask Me Now     Sascha Feinstein, ed.     by Steven Wingate

Notes on the Occupation    Eric Hazan     by John Pistelli

Will’s Will     Simon Trussler
Becoming Shakespeare    Jack Lynch
Shakespeare Unbound    René Weis     by William Alexander


GRAPHIC NOVELS

Amulet: The Stonekeeper    Kazu Kibuishi    by Donald Lemke

Incognegro     Mat Johnson & Warren Pleece    by Stacy Tirones

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Long Way Home    Joss Whedon, et. al    by Rudi Dornemann



Spring Art Feature: VACUM Attachment

After the Revolution: Women Who Transformed Contemporary Art     Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal, and Sue Scott    by Patricia Briggs

Architecture of Authority    Richard Ross    by George Slade

Realizing the Impossible    Josh MacPhee and Erik Reuland, eds.
Street Art and the War on Terror     Eleanor Mathieson, ed.    by Christina Schmid

Mel Bochner    Johanna Burton    by Aaron Van Dyke



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