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September/October 1998
[Volume 19, Issue 6]

Monstrous and Marvelous, part 2


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Table of Contents

FOCUS: Monstrous and Marvelous, part 2

An Introduction
Rikki Ducornet

When Psychoanalysis Fails
Jonathan Cohen

Doing Time
Fanny Howe

Verb of Fire
Rikki Ducorne

Steve Erickson in Great Britain
Nicholas Royle

Demonst(e)ration
Laura Mullen

Art by Randall Heath

FEATURE: Alternative Lit-Styles

The Dance of Language
Rick Pernod reviews M.L. Liebler's The Gift Outright

Selling the Underground
Joe Maynard reviews The Factsheet Five Zine Reader

Full-bodied Lit
Steve Tomasula reviews Digitas: The New York Digital Review of Arts and Literature

FEATURE: Last Words

The Difference Between Elinor and Joel
Sparrow reviews Collected Later Poems of Joel Oppenheimer and Elinor Nauen's American Guys

The Color of Eggplant
Melissa Studdard Williamson reviews Jane Kenyon's Otherwise: New & Selected Poems

FEATURE: A Second Look at the AIDS Reports

Queer and Loathing in Chelsea
Michael Bennett reviews Gabriel Rotello's Sexual Ecology: AIDS and the Destiny of Gay Men and Michelangelo Signorile's Life Outside: The Signorile Report on Gay Men: Sex, Drugs, Muscles,and the Passages of Life

 
 
 

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BOOK REVIEWS:

David Baker reviews David Wojahn's The Falling Hour

Curtis White reviews Dave Hickey's Air Guitar: Essays on Art & Democracy

Jim Feast reviews Carl Watson's Beneath the Empire of the Birds and Michael Carter's Broken Noses and Metempsychoses

Sharon Olinka reviews Agha Shahid Ali's The Country Without a Post Office

Joe Napora reviews John Noto's Psycho-motor Breathscapes

Bob Blaisdell reviews Janice A. Radway's A Feeling for Books: The Book-of-the-Month Club, Literary Taste, and Middle-Class Desire

Gay Wachman reviews Sonia Sanchez's Wounded in the House of a Friend and Does your house have lions? and Nikki Giovanni's Love Poems

Thomas J. Harford reviews Simon Schama's Landscape and Memory

Robert Buttel reviews James Galvin's Resurrection Update: Collected Poems 1975-1997

John Rocco reviews Janine Pommy Vega's Tracking the Serpent: Journeys to Four Continents

Kecia Driver McBride reviews Katherine Coles's A History of the Garden

David Kirby reviews Campbell McGrath's Spring Comes to Chicago

Jason Weis reviews Juan Gelman's Unthinkable Tenderness

 

DEPARTMENTS:

Picketing the Zeitgeist
Retro(grade)spective by Richard Kostelanetz

Rants and Raves
Letters to the Editor

ABR: The Year in Review
Index to Volume 19

 
 
 

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