ISSUE 5 SPRING 2007

from Bixley Remedial School by Ivan Blatný, translated by Anna Moschovakis with Veronika Tuckerová
from Clumsy by Jeffrey Brown
10 Drawings from Jag smetade av mig på tapeten, den ljusa soffan och dig (I Smeared the Wallpaper, the Light Couch and You) by Sara Eriksson
2 Poems by Luis Felipe Fabre, translated by Jason Stumpf
5 Poems by Hiromi Itō (伊藤比呂美), translated by Jeffrey Angles
from My Aspiring Villian by Paolo Javier
from Sleight by Kirsten Kaschock
Same As by Carol Novack
Why I Opt for a Postmodern Ethic; a Specifically Grotesque, Uncanny and/or Sublime Strategy; Physical Pain; a Speaker Who Wears Human Drag; Childbirth; a Planet that is not Necessarily in Outer Space: by Danielle Pafunda
Beat Box and an essay on Spirit
by John Wilkinson

Special: A Panel On Excess

Poetic Nonaction by Anne Boyer
Notes On Women & the Grotesque
by Lara Glenum
Who’s Scared of Dada? The Aesthetics of Homelessness by Johannes Göransson
Excessivism by K. Silem Mohammad