Sulfur Issue #32
($6)

 

Contents

Clayton Eshleman: An Editorial Note

Charles Berstein: Reznikoff's Nearness

George Oppen: On Reznikoff

Rachel Blau DuPlessis: Four Drafts

James Clifford: White Ethnicity

Clark Coolidge: from City in Regard

Clayton Eshleman: Ten Poems from Under World Arrest

Allen Ginsberg: Five Pieces

MICHAEL PALMER SECTION:

Norma Cole: from Rosetta
Aaron Shurin: A Door
Elizabeth Robinson: Five Poems
Kevin Magee: from Tedium Drum, Part III
Michael Palmer: The Leonardo Improvisations
Emmanuel Hocquard: from Theory of Tables (Tr. from the French by Michael Palmer)

Marjorie Perloff: Writing On The Border: From Lyric To Language Game In The Fiction Of Ingeborg       Bachmann

JED RASULA SECTION:

Walter Benjamin: Dream Kitsch (Tr. from the German by Stefan G. Rehm)
C.J Keep: X, Y And Z
Jed Rasula: Paradox & Interpretation

JEROME ROTHENBERG SECTION:

Demosthenes Agrafiotis: from The Chinese Notebook
Hiromi Ito: Three Poems
Jerome Rothenberg: from The Lorca Variations

ELIOT WEINBERGER SECTION:

Eliot Weinberger: Poems By Will Alexander
Will Alexander: Five Poems

Marjorie Welish: Three Poems, Contextualizing "The Open Work," Four Poems

Pamela Wye: Brain Rain: Nine 2-pagers of Image & Text

Reviews & Noticings: Baraka on Spike Lee; Coolidge's Noticings; Weinberger on Rukeyser, Myung       Mi Kim, & Cendrars; Sanchez on the Cuban Avant-Garde in Mexico; Smith on Dupin, Seidman, &       Riding; Doreski on Waldrop; Eshleman's Noticings; Weiss on Art Brut; Golding on Lazer; Weigel       on XUL; Welish on Mus & Blau DuPlessis; Tuma on Makin, ArgŁelles, Du Roi, & Joron

Contributor Notes/A Note on Sulfur #33

Cover Art: Pamela Wye, 1993