Issue 18.2

18_2

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  • Spring 1990

  • Contents

  • Matt Hughes / Nodes Further Shore Snory
  • K.C. Frederick / Patria
  • Kathryn Angela Thompson / Flour, Sugar, Water
  • Octavio Armani / Getting it Down: A Get-Up
  • Kurt Halliday / Green
  • Joan Joffe Hall / The Dream Workshop
  • Ronald Sukenick / Who Are These People?
  • Bruce Birch
  • Emmanuel Jouanne / Losing Ground
  • Charles Bernstein / Wittgensteiniana
  • Jerry Bumpus / Baking Alaska
  • Richard Tabata / The Silence, Then Eternity, Then Freedom
  • Michael Stephens / Still Life with Anjou Pear
  • Derek Pell / The Revolver
  • Ruth ann Duffy / Blood Money
  • Joseph Patrick Doherty / Socialism and the Irish Psyche
  • Evelyn Conlon / A Little Remote
  • Richard Royal / Piglet
  • Marilyn Stablein / Isthmus
  • David Wong Louie / “Is It Not That The Goats On The Boats Near Bikini Survived The Atomic Bomb?”
  • Raoul Cantero / Sports in America
  • Jonathan Baumbach / Low Light
  • George Singleton / Remembrance of Things Passed
  • Cris Mazza / Wistfully
  • Larry McCaffery / The Recognitions: An Editorial Collaboration with Robert Coover’s “Party Talk”
  • Robert Coover / Party Talk: Unheard Conversations at Gerald’s Party

  • Art

  • Catherine D. Smith / South Africa
  • Patrick Nagatani and Andrée Tracey
  • Jim Tynan / Northern Ireland
  • Alison Saar
  • Cover: Boy plays music in the streets for money, South Africa, Catherine D. Smith
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