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#7, Spring 1994

58-09 205th St.
Bayside NY, 11364.

5 pp

Discussions by Arnold Skemer of "Huthism;" or G. Huth's approach to literature, which consists of a "microverbointensive aspect" (in my lexicon) "infra-verbality") and unorthodox publication techniques (e.g., poems on strung-together price tags); Jack Saunders and the potential of serial strategies for making otherstream novels marketable; the theoreticofiction of Jean Ricardou; and a valuable reprint of Don Lancaster's "Books-on-Demand," a guide to using a computer to print a given book only when ordered rather than printing a bunch and then hoping someone will buy them.--Bob Grumman

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #5,
Copyright Burning Press 1994, 1996.

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