Issue #28: Visual Writing from Brazil

Issue #28: Visual Writing from Brazil

Price: $12
Issue: #28, Visual Writing from Brazil
Spring 1996
ISBN: 1-879691-38-8

Contents:

  • E. F. Taylor / “Five Texts”
  • Richard Grossmann / “A Letter from Antonin Artaud”
  • James Rahn / “Bloodnight”
  • Malcolm X / “Three Letters from Prison” with introduction by Francis Browne
  • Eric Darton / “To The Metal”
  • Robert Appelbaum / “California Story”
  • David Clayton / “Dicktkunst”
  • Ben Stoltzfus / “Chapeau”
  • Richard Kostelanetz / “Anarchist Art”
  • Mark Amerika / from “Grammatron”
  • Philadelpho Menezes / “Intersign Poetry: Poems for Illiterates”
  • Harry Polkinhorn / “Interview with Philadelph Menezes”
  • Michael Krekorian / “Aim and Point”
  • Michael Hemmingson / “Vegas”
  • Michael Filas / “Interview with Jerry Brown”
  • Evelyn Butler / “Review of Carolyn Chute’s Merry Men”
  • Self Reviews — Introduction by Harold Jaffe
  • John Tytell / “The Living Theatre: Art, Exile, and Outrage” [Self-Review]
  • Curtis White / “Anarcho-Hindu” [Self-Review]
  • Brahm Eiley / “Brand X”

Art:

  • Keith Dietrich / “Themba, Thinsila and the Tiger Mat”
  • Sandra Kriel / “Why Do You Shoot Us?”
  • Mashego Segogela / “Multidenomination Confessional”
  • Sue Williamson / “Mementoes of District Six”
  • Lucinda Luvaas/ “Harrington Park”
  • Hugo Mund, Jr. / untitled
  • Hugo Pontes / “Rendição em massa”
  • Joaquim Branco / “.. . . . x FMI”
  • Márcio Almeida / “Ideogrhomo”
  • Moacy Cirne / “Variacões bachelardianas n. 3”
  • Patt Raider / “Forma e contenúdo do coletivo atual”
  • Philadelpho Menezes / untitled
  • Rubervan du Nascimento / “Soneto cm coração dilacerado”
  • Sebastião Nunes / untitled
  • Villari Herrmann / untitled
  • Tuli Kupferberg / “The Old Fucks at Home”
  • Contributors’ Notes

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