Issue 15.2

15_2

  • Price: $10
  • Fall 1984
  • ISBN: 0-916304-95-7

  • Contents

  • Larry Brown / “Boy and Dog”
  • Shoshana T. Daniel / “the fall and spring of icarus”
  • Francois Camoin / “It’s Like Love, But Not Exactly”
  • Lydia Davis / “Five Signs of Disturbance”
  • R Bartkowech / “Experiential Disjunction”
  • B.H. Friedman / “Eskimos”
  • Dave Pazos Swantner / “Three Fictions”
  • Kanoko Okamoto / “Sushi”
  • Steve Katz / “Two Fictions”
  • James Baker Hall / “Cleaning Up”
  • Marios Pontikas / “An Arbitrary Act During the Lawful Transaction of the Butcher Trade”
  • Jonathan Baumbach / “Children of Divorced Parents”
  • Ron Silliman / “from LIT”
  • Stephen Dixon / “Friends”
  • Robert Coover / “That F’kucken Karl Marx

  • Non-Fiction

  • Michael Davidson / “Sentence, Discourse and the New Prose”

  • Reviews

  • Fred Pfeil / on Jay Cantor and George Garrett
  • Edward Baker / on Nicaragua
  • Dana Polan / on the Avant-Garde

  • Art

  • Anna O’Cain / “In One Ear and Gone Tomorrow: Five Drawings”
  • Kim Abeles / “Five Drawings”
  • Martin Kippenberger / “Five expressionist paintings” (introduction by John Weber)
  • Cover: Drawing by Deborah Small
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