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Volume 32, Number 5
July/August 2011


“Introduction to Focus: Who’s In? Who’s Out?”

Mark Amerika, Lee Bellavance, Jeff Bursey, Terry Caesar, John Domini, L. Timmel Duchamp, Sascha Feinstein, William Flesch, Geoffrey Gatza, Robin Truth Goodman, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Jerry Harp, Joseph D. Haske, George Held, W. Lawrence Hogue, Harold Jaffe, Steven G. Kellman, David Kress, Alyson Leitch, Michael Lindgren, Charles Marowitz, Christian Moraru, Lance Olsen, William O’Rourke, Liedeke Plate, Pedro Ponce, Jonah Raskin, Sheri Reda, Kevin Sampsell, Davis Schneiderman, J.D. Smith, Keith Taylor, Warren Woessner’s “Who’s In? Who’s Out?”

Feature: Tomorrowland Fictions

Lydia Netzer reviews Janice Lee’s Daughter

Amber Sparks reviews eds. Ben Segal and Erinrose Mager’s The Official Catalog of the Library of Potential Literature

Kim Chinquee reviews Amelia Gray’s Museum of the Weird

Davis Schneiderman reviews William Gillespie’s Keyhole Factory

Feature: Into the Wild

John Stazinski reviews Alan Heathcock’s Volt

Joseph D. Haske reviews Ron Cooper’s Purple Jesus

Ryan Stone reviews Andrea Fekete’s Waters Run Wild

Book Reviews

Stephen Burn reviews David Foster Wallace’s The Pale King

Matthew Kirkpatrick reviews Stephen-Paul Martin’s Changing the Subject

Maggie Schwed reviews Paul Oppenheimer’s In Times of Danger

Matt Baker reviews Ben Tanzer’s You Can Make Him Like You

Paula Koneazny reviews Kate Tarlow Morgan’s Circles & Boundaries

C.W. Cannon reviews David Bajo’s Panopticon

Mike Ingram reviews Benjamin Percy’s The Wilding

Daniels S. Libman reviews Alan Michael Parker’s Whale Man

Kirby Olson reviews Todd F. Tietchen’s The Cubalogues: Beat Writers in Revolutionary Havana

Melanie Page reviews Elise Blackwell’s An Unfinished Score

John Domini reviews Tina May Hall’s The Physics of Imaginary Objects

Brad Vice reviews David Madden’s Abducted by Circumstance

Gina Frangello reviews Francine Prose’s My New American Life

Jeff Bursey reviews Chris Benjamin’s Drive-By Saviours

Departments

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