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March/April 1998
[Volume 19, Issue 3]

Hacker Art/Hyper Crit

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Table of Contents

FOCUS: Hacker Art/Hyper Crit

The Voice's Body
Eugene Thacker reviews RLW's Pullover CD, Otomo Yoshihide's The Night Before the Death of the Sampling Virus CD, and UBUWEB--visual/concrete/sound poetry website

Hacker Art/Hyper Crit: An Introduction
Mark Amerika

Digital Demons
Hillary Rosner reviews Edward Falco's hypertext document, A Dream with Demons

The Book & The Beast
Mark Amerika reviews Jacques Servin's BEAST (TM), and Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture, edited by Lynn Hershman Leeson

The New Delirium
Munro Galloway reviews Digital Delirium, edited and introduced by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker

New Poetry and its Technology Anchorage
Lee Ballentine

Word Hacking: Writing in Cyberspace
Armin Medosch

Virtual Architecture
Matthew Fuller

FEATURE: Risky Business

Like Rockets and Television
Lynne Tillman

The Beauty Treatment
Gary Indiana

Warhol and Castro
Steven Shaviro

FEATURE: Another Country

The German Holocaust Memorial Shall Not Be Monumental
Thomas Irmer

Postmodernism and Politics in Eastern Europe
Christian Moraru

Fighting Duels and Damsels
Rela Mazali

Fair and Fight
Pierre Chadaigne



Lance Olsen reviews Cris Mazza's Dog People and Former Virgin

Jon Surgal reviews The Frank Zappa Companion: Four Decades of Commentary, edited by Richard Kostelanetz

Joe Napora reviews Rosemarie Waldrop's Another Language: Selected Poems

Lidia Yuknavitch reviews Doug Rice's Blood of Mugwump

Margaret Quamme reviews Daniela Gioseffi's In Bed with the Exotic Enemy

Corinne Robins reviews Last Call: Poems of Alcoholism, Addiction & Deliverance, edited by Sarah Gorham and Jeffrey Skinner

Adam Sweeting reviews Ann M. Pendleton-Jullian's The Road That is Not a Road and The Open City, Ritoque, Chile

Ursula K. Heise reviews Louis Mackey's Fact, Fiction, and Representation and  Gilbert Sorrentino's Pack of Lies

Don Webb reviews Michael Hemmingson's Minstrels

Eric Miles Williamson reviews Barry Hannah's High Lonesome and Andre Dubus's Dancing After Hours

Charles Marowitz reviews Frank Hoffman, Dick Carty and Quentin Riggs's Billy Murray: The Phonograph Industry's First Great Recording Artist



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