Issue #21

Issue #21

Price: $7
Issue: #21
Spring 1992
ISBN: 1-879691-07-8

Contents:

  • Jay Monath / A Clown’s Story
  • Jacques Servin / War Memorial World
  • Beth Breznak / The Dishwasher
  • K. C. Frederick / I Am the Other
  • William E. H. Meyer, Jr. / The Sweetest Thing: A Real American Story
  • David Thomson / Interiors
  • Klaus Hoffer / On the Magnetic Mountain, A Fragment translated by Susan Bernofsky
  • George Angel / The Music (Part 2)
  • Hans Koning / The United States
  • Steve Bergin / fragments from Special Report: a work in progress
  • Steve Katz / Zion
  • Matt Hughes / Though Give Terrever
  • Shoshana T. Daniel /a true stories of lunar war
  • Philip Hughes / The Mark
  • Don Webb / Pulptime
  • Hal Ellson / Men of Nothing
  • Lance Olsen / Egytidan Hyperspace, Although
  • Thomas Glynn / Iziti

Reviews:

  • Harry Polkinhorn / Shadow Architecture at the Crossroads Annual, 19X, by Paul Zelevansky, and The Flood, by Stephen-Paul Martin
  • Jim Sagel / Akrilica, by Juan Felipe Herrera

Art:

  • Ted Orland / Signs of the South: “Crappie,” “A Three Inch Tongue,” “Revelation Countdown”
  • John Fekner / “Toxic Junkie,” “Wheels over Indian Trails,” “Read,” “Homeless”
  • Juan Sanchez / “From Rican/Structured Realities: “Teach,” “Conditions,” “Naci”
  • Contributors’ Notes
  • Cover design by David Ouattrociocchi

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