Milwaukee WI, 53211
PO Box 11166
56 pp., $8.00
A handsome & spacious mag of mostly
experimental textwork, mostly by pretty Big Names,
tho not all from the same camp. A number of aleatoric/program-driven
texts (Jackson Mac Low's computer-derived "Forties",
f'rinstance) seem connectedly fragmented & disjoint.
A similar experimentalism shows in Charles Stein's
graphic Zaumisms ("Zenacious", "Yendrarchy").
Contrasting are Eileen Myles' (poet & lesbian
who ran for president) personal-political graduation
address, Antler's eco-sexual "Waterfall BoyJackoff
Offering", and the minimally graphic & powerfully
political "500 Years of Resistance" by Clemente
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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #2,
Copyright Burning Press 1993, 1995.
Contact the editor, luigi-bob drake, at Burning Press