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°    RAISE, or HOW TO BREAK FREE OF THE GROUND,
      or THE LAKELAND DIALECT FOR ‘SLIPPERY’ IS ‘SLAPE’
      & TO FORM IT IN THE MOUTH REQUIRES
      AN ACT OF FALLING
      —A story shortlisted for THE DESPERATE LITERATURE PRIZE, MMXXI
            Katie HALE
°    An excerpt from a book called
      TROISIÈME VAGUE
            Lucy K SHAW
°    TWO POEMS—
     ‘Big Swallow’ & ‘Come’
            Sarah Jean ALEXANDER
°    (Notes on) A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE WORLD
      A dispatch from THE LIBERATED FILM CLUB
      (Tenement #2)
            Chloe ARIDJIS

°    COLOURING IN
            Sam BUCHAN-WATTS

°    THE DOG of TITHWAL
            Saadat HASAN MANTO, translated by Khalid HASAN
°    TWO POEMS—
     ‘My Second Vision of True Love at the Bank of a Bender’
     ‘Washing at the End of the Night which is the Next Day’s Afternoon’
            Sarah FLETCHER
°    HAPPY HOUR (JULY 20th)
            Marlowe GRANADOS
°    Michèle BERNSTEIN has forgotten to die;
      & ON THE PASSAGE OF MICHÈLE BERNSTEIN
      THROUGH TIME;
      a TEXT & a FILM
            Clodagh KINSELLA
°    SIX SWANS—
     ‘Come to My Cremation,’
     ‘Dominion Piece,’
     ‘Puppy Season,’
     ‘My Surfaces, My Services,’
     ‘The Emperor’s New Noose,’
     & ‘None of My Powers are Secret’
     Poems from a book called I FAILED TO SWOON
            Nadia de VRIES
°    CATMINT—A short story
            Ben PESTER
°    LOVE POEMS <3—FOUR DEDICATIONS
     ‘For Sean,’
     ‘For James,’
     ‘Sappho Poem for Verity,’
      & ‘For Ryan Before He Goes to the University of Kansas’
            Sam WESELOWSKI
°    EAT YOUR PINEAPPLE—A (critical) Exquisite Corpse
     A dispatch from THE LIBERATED FILM CLUB
     (Tenement #2)
            Juliet JACQUES
°    THREE poems—THE WAY AHEAD IS SPRING
      i.   ‘ON THIS, THE DAY OF BLUE BEARS’  
      ii.  ‘FLY! A GENTLE WORD ... ’
      iii. ‘ZANGEZI (a FRAGMENT from a SUPERSAGA
           Velimir KHLEBNIKOV, translated by Natasha RANDALL

°    IN A SLEEPY, BLUE, SORT OF PHOSPHORESCENT WAY
      A cut from (and conversation around) a book called SEVASTOPOL
           Emilio FRAIA
           Zoë Perry
°    FOULNESS ISLAND
      Readings & writings
      from a book called VLOED
           Lucia DOVE
°    SHALL WE MEET IN MUSIC /
     A DRUNK HACKS AT THE STRINGS
     A cut from a book called WHEREVER WE ARE
     WHEN WE COME TO THE END
          Richard BARNETT
°   THREE Poems—
    ‘Heaven’s Expense,’ ‘Lark,’
     & ‘Nuptials’
          Maria SLEDMERE
°   TWO Poems, (from a book called) HOME
    ‘The Verdict,’ & (the first of) ‘Two Lessons’
          Emily CRITCHLEY
°   ZEN & MUSHROOMS—
    CUTS from an ANTHOLOGY called WE WROTE IN SYMBOLS;
    ‘A WEDDING NIGHT FOR ZEN,’ ‘THE MOST EXPENSIVE MUSHROOM,’
    ‘YOU DON’T SATISFY’ & ‘EPIGRAM’ 
                    by (respectively) ...
          the pseudonymous SALOMÉ;
          Mariam BAZEED;
          ANONYMOUS, translated by Abdullah al-UDHARI;
          & Ulayya bint al-MAHDI, translated by Yasmine SEALE  
°   IMPORTANT BOOKS
    (or, MANIFESTOES READ BY CHILDREN)—
    Excerpts & Asides from PARTS #1 & #2;
    The COMMUNIST MANIFESTO,
    as read by BOY, 8, SOUTH EAST LONDON;
    & SPEECH GIVEN by SOJOURNER TRUTH at the
    WOMEN’S CONVENTION in OHIO, 1851,
    as read by GIRL, 6, KENT
           Stanley SCHTINTER 
°   SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
     A short story by
            Izumi SUZUKI,
            translated by Aiko MASUBUCHI
°   PHONICA #1—The first of a multipart monthly SEASON
     curated by Christodoulos MAKRIS
     PRECIPICE of an END & CARRER DELS ESCUDELLERS
                    (respectively)
           Suzanne WALSH
           & Roy Claire POTTER
°   FALCO’S MIRADA:
    A TEN PHOTOGRAPH EXCHANGE
    after a book A PERFECT CEMETERY
           Federico FALCO
           & Jennifer CROFT
°  FOUR poems, on the publication of THE YAK DILEMMA
   ‘your bird / my bird,’ ‘Hotel Poem, Fatih, Istanbul,’ ‘Room in Edinburgh,’
    & ‘Poem in which I am an Interloper in an Art Gallery’
          Supriya KAUR DHALIWAL
°  SIX poems, on the publication of THE TUMBLER (Tenement #1)
   ‘Preludi,’ ‘El saltamartí.’ ‘EDA,’ ‘El Temps,’ ‘Hotels’ & ‘Poema’
           Joan BROSSA,
           translated by Cameron GRIFFITHS
° ‘ZARA-ZARA’ & ‘BO’
    —Readings and writings from
    a book called FIFTY SOUNDS
           Polly BARTON 
°  ‘An Interview with myself’
    —On the publication of a novel
     called POETICS OF WORK
           Noémi LEFEBVRE, 
           translated by Adrian BRIDGET 
°  DOGS ... BIRDS ... BLUE HORSES
    After a book called
    REPUBLIC OF DOGS / REPUBLIC OF BIRDS
    & a film called THE REPUBLICS
            Stephen WATTS & Huw WAHL 
°  GOOD NIGHT THE PLEASURE WAS OURS
    A reading by ...
            David GRUBBS
°  LET IT PERCOLATE:
   A MANIFESTO FOR READING
            Sophie SEITA
°  The LARGE DOMESTIC OBJECT
    A short story by ...
            Adrian BRIDGET
°  FITTING IMAGE:
   On the films of MIKE DIBB
            Geoff DYER
°  NOT A PROUD & FORTHRIGHT RAIN ...
    An excerpt from a novel called
   TOMORROW THEY WON’T DARE TO MURDER US
           Joseph ANDRAS,
           translated by Simon LESER
°  MICROBURSTS; ‘what we did not know,’
   ‘lost wax casting’ & ‘ghosts’
           Elizabeth REEDER
           & Amanda THOMSON
°  SACRIFICIAL LAMB, Parts #7 & #8
           Dominique de GROEN
°  Four Poems (after Peter GREENAWAY)—
   ‘The Falls’(Peter Greenaway, 1980),
   ‘Drowning by Numbers’ (Peter GREENAWAY, 1991),
    & ‘The Greenaway Alphabet’ (Saskia BODDEKE, 2017)
            SJ FOWLER
°  Three Poems—‘Depraved Indifference,’ ‘Waltzing in Blue’ 
    & ‘Year Zero’
            Mark LANEGAN
° ‘ALONG THE RIVER RUN’
   —An excerpt & an interview;
            Paul BUCK;
            in conversation with Jess CHANDLER
° ‘THE SOLERA PROCESS’
            Ivan VLADISLAVIC, 
            in conversation with Dominic JAECKLE

° ‘SUBVERSE’—A performance at Amsterdam’s MUZIEKGEBOUW
            Diamanda DRAMM (with notes from SJ FOWLER) 
° Atmosphere of Mona—Various Cuts & Images
            Matthew SHAW

° Four Poems—‘Still Life Without Bible,’ ‘White Noise,’
 ‘Weemoed’ & ‘Strange Weather’
            Kevin GRAHAM
° Three Poems—‘harvesting,’ ‘the water park’ & ‘montgat’
            Madeleine STACK
° ‘...the language(s) of bureaucracy’
            Ruby COWLING & Linda MANNHEIM in conversation

° (A long poem called) ‘Final Destination’
            Tyler MAXIN 

° Two Poems—‘Small Talk’ & ‘Fact’
            Sára IVÁNYI
° (A poem called) ‘Sustainable Living’
            Ruby SILK 
° ‘You Can’t Come Home’
            Lorenzo MANDELLI
            Shortlisted for the DESPERATE LITERATURE prize, M
MXX

° ‘Fragments of Stories in a Minor Key’            
            Fionn PETCH, 
            in conversation with Thomas CHADWICK
° ‘The Fight of the Century’ 
            Ivan VLADISLAVIC
° ‘On Panpsychism’
            Rebecca TAMÁS

° Four Poems—‘Time’s Arrow,’ ‘The Eyes of a Snake,’
  ‘A Network of Relations’ & ‘Tut’
            Grzegorz WRÓBLEWSKI; translated by Piotr GWIAZDA
° Two Poems— ‘FLEA | F-L-E-A’ 
   & ‘WATER SEE THROUGH DARK HARD-HARD’
            Raymond LUCZAK

° ‘What is Sprayed on the Fruit Chest Killed and Thrown’
            Nathan Dragon

° Three Poems—‘her ass is international,’
  ‘the psychic always knew she’d be a psychic,’            
   & ‘the summer the fish arrived in the net precooked’
            Susannah DICKEY 

° DEAD GIRLS
            Selva ALMADA;
            translated by Annie McDERMOTT
° ‘An Obituary for a Whiteleaved Oak’
            Stanley SCHTINTER
° (A Suite of) Plague Poems
            Mark LANEGAN & Wesley EISOLD

° (Two cuts from a record called) Stone House
            Yamachan
° ‘Excerpts from a pale blue notebook with silver stars’
           Angela FINN
            Winner of the DESPERATE LITERATURE prize, M
MXX
° A cut from Revolutionary Lists III—(un)Worthy Farm

   ℅ Museo de la Bomba and the Museo de la Soledad
            Stanley SCHTINTER
         
° (A cut from a poem called) EX-DAEMON
            Arno VAN VLIERBERGHE;
            translated by Jonathan WILLIAM BEATON

° (Several) Songs for Ireland
            Robert Herbert McCLEAN
° ST. LUKE on a Rump Roast
            Jeffrey VALLANCE
° MAKE MONEY WHILE YOU SLEEP OR WORK UNTIL YOU DIE
            Ben TIPPET, in conversation with Thomas CHADWICK

° PERSONAL EFFECTS (Inventory of Bougainville’s Travel Case)
            Hervé GUIBERT;
            translated by Jeffrey ZUCKERMAN 
° Five Poems—‘Felicity,’ ‘Two types of the same return,’ ‘Moss’
   & ‘Sketch for a’
            Imogen CASSELS
           (Excerpted from Hotel #6)

° THE MACHINE STOPS An open letter on the end of
   THE LIBERATED FILM CLUB
            Stanley SCHTINTER
° The Mi’raj of Angels /
   The Account of the Angel of the Right Hand

            Khaled NURUL HAKIM 
° DREAMY IDIOTIC VISIONS OF THE FUTURE
            Rachel GENN 
           (Excerpted from Hotel #6)
° The Movie is Better than the Book—An unpaginated index of first lines
            Sam RIVIERE
° WE ARE ALL EITHER IN PRISON OR ON STAGE
            Levina VAN WINDEN
° A CONVERSATION—IN WHICH a musician talks to her mother;
   IN WHICH a musician talks to her daughter

            Diamanda LA BERGE DRAMM & Ann LA BERGE
° ANIMAL DRUMS (& associated objects) 
            SJ FOWLER
            & Joshua ALEXANDER
            & Iain SINCLAIR 
° Four Poems—‘Daughter of Marxism,’ ‘Spring Morning,’
  ‘The Left Hand of Darkness’ & ‘States of Bewilderment’
            Jess COTTON
° HOKUSAI  or WHERE GHOSTS APPEAR
            Duncan WHITE 
° Three Poems—‘lark sings,’ ‘a small reckoning in a big room’ & ‘videoheaven’
            Charlotte GEATER
° A DEEP RED FLUID THROUGHOUT
   SOLANO CANYON

            Shane JESSE CHRISTMASS
 ° Three Poems (or NIGHT BLOOMS)
            Angus CARLYLE
° Several rounds of WOULD YOU RATHER?
            Max PORTER & Will OLDHAM
° ‘TOWN CALLED DISTRACTION’
            Jen CALLEJA
° ‘EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE HERE’
            Daniel PANTANO, in conversation with Fee GRIFFIN

° Four Poems (from & for Shia LaBeouf)—‘Aurora, Mile End,’
  ‘sparrow’s wet dream,’ ‘the evening’s sun licks a single tear,’
  & ‘something like, I forgive everything’ 
            AK BLAKEMORE
° (I HADN’T HEARD OF MUNROE’S PLEA)
   A reading from this is no longer entertainment
            Christodoulos MAKRIS 
            —after the Vitamin D readings, Amsterdam M
MXX
° Four Poems—‘Australia Day,’ ‘And a mild throbbing,’
  ‘white dog’ & ‘an eight horse song’
            Edwina ATTLEE
° ‘VITAL ACOUSTICS’
           Jorge CONSIGLIO, in conversation with Thomas CHADWICK
° Four Poems—‘Hello,’ ‘One Good Thing,’ ‘Who Else’ & ‘Don’t Worry’
            Crispin BEST
° ‘An Author’s Note’
            Jorge CONSIGLIO;
            translated by Carolina ORLOFF & Fionn PETCH

° ‘TURN TO THE NEXT PAGE’
            SJ FOWLER 
° THE LIVE INs /Allegados
            Ernesto GARRATT;
            translated by Jessica SEQUEIRA

° SUNDAY
            Marie-Pascale HARDY
° Two Poems—‘Lessons from Three Paws’ & ‘M.’ 
            Jake FOURNIER
° Four Poems—‘Core Values,’ ‘The silence is too warm.,’
  ‘Ebb’ & ‘Sense’
            Frances TUORINIEMI
° ‘SOMETHING TO HOLD ONTO IN THE SEA’
            Brenda LOZANO & Annie McDERMOTT;
            a conversation translated by Carolina ORLOFF
° Two Poems—‘I Dry (Like Blood or Mustard)
            Hannah LEVENE

° ‘TERMITE DELUXE’ On Manny Farber & Paint & Memory              
            Michael ALMEREYDA
° ‘Painting as Public Statement’ 
    On Miró, 1968 & the Autonomy of Color;
    a conversation as precursor to Pere Portabella’s Miró, l’Altre
            Stanley SCHTINTER in conversation with Colm TÓIBÍN
° ‘The Arcadian’
            Shola VON REINHOLD
            —From the DESPERATE LITERATURE prize shortlist, 
MMIX
° TWO STANDARDS—‘Standard Birth Poem’ & ‘Standard Mortality Poem’ 
            Cat WOODWARD
° ‘TRY TO BE BETTER’—on the strange practices of W.S.GRAHAM
            Sam BUCHAN-WATTS, in conversation with Kate BRIGGS

° ‘TRY TO BE BETTER’—Excerpts from an Anthology
            Lucy MERCER, ‘Night Dial;’
            & Nancy CAMPBELL, ‘Untitled 1974,’ by Roger Hilton;’
            & Lesley HARRISON, ‘Waiting for the Ferry, Rousay’
° ‘THERE’S A PLACE FOR US’
    ...screening Portabella’s ‘The Supper’ at Brixton Prison
            Stanley SCHTINTER
° Three Poems—‘hatching plans,’ ‘under the host’
   & ‘it’s always lighter at the horizon’
            Eloise HENDY

° ‘The Automatic Tour Guide’
            Emmanuelle PAGANO;
            translated by Jennifer HIGGINS & Sophie LEWIS
           (An excerpt from
Hotel
#6)
° Two Poems (& One Animation)
   —‘Collateral Damage’ & ‘The First People’
            Astrid ALBEN & Zuzanna PEDRASIK 
           (An excerpt from Hotel #6
)
° ‘In Search of Soledad’
            Stanley SCHTINTER
° 
Two Poems—‘Notions of Sex’ & ‘Old Lives’
            Emily S. COOPER
° Portrait/Self-Portrait 
            Lee FRIEDLANDER
° ‘Parasites of the Symbiocene’
            SJ FOWLER & Joe TURRENT
° (An excerpt from a novel called) FATHERHOOD
            Caleb KLACES
° Two Solifores/Two Translations
            Iris COLOMB & Eta DAHLIA
° Noite Dentro Da Noite—Night Within Night
            Joca REINERS TERRON;
            translated by James YOUNG
° Four Poems—‘Poem from a Niedecker Line,’ ‘Garden Remarks,’ 
  ‘It feels like you’re playing with another place’ & ‘Matins’ 
            Alex MacDONALD
° ‘Some Numbers of Cruelty’
            Honor GAVIN
° ‘30 VARIATIONS on a Theme & a FUGUE’
           Jake SPEARS
            —From the DESPERATE LITERATURE prize shortlist
MMIX
° Trigger Transformer: Strobe Light, Power Drill, Witch Hunt:   
   Reading THE CRUCIBLE with Christine BLASEY FORD
            So MAYER
° (A short story called) ‘If yes’
            Ben PESTER
° Four Poems—‘books should be broken,’ ‘i’d rather bleed,’
  ‘belting fast while seating’ & ‘ibs’
            Vilde VALERIE BJERKE TORSET 
° ‘The Commission’ (excerpts)
            Gregg NISSAN
° TREATMENT #2
            Adrian BRIDGET
° ‘Licking the Spoon’ 
            Nathan DRAGON
° Three Poems—‘Gladiola,’ ‘anthurium,’ ‘nepenthes northiana’
            Charlotte HEATHER
° (A short story called) ‘OZ’
            George MACBETH

° (A short story called) ‘The Oily Cape’
            Chris NEWLOVE HORTON
° ‘Reality-Adjacent-Fiction’
            Elvia WILK & Sam DIAMOND in conversation 

° ‘The Economy of the City is Complex’
            Pierre SENGES (& KILLOFFER);
            translated by Jacob SIEFRING
° ‘Manhattan via Paris’
            Frederic TUTEN & Jon AUMAN in conversation
° Four Poems—‘Trade,’ ‘My Hands on your Body,’
  ‘Volta’ & ‘Sufficiently Charged’
            Jack PARLETT
° ‘Wherever you Smell Shit, You Smell Life’
            Jean-Baptiste DEL AMO & Thomas CHADWICK in conversation
° (A short story called) ‘Frog’
            Alice ASH
° Three Poems— ‘Everything Goth is Perverse,’ ‘Choose your Fighter’ & ‘Aggression Quest’
            Nadia de VRIES
° ‘FRICTION THAT ARISES IN CONTRAST’
            Ariana HARWICZ & Thomas CHADWICK in conversation
° ‘CHAPELLE de POULET’—An Essay in XIII Pieces
            Jeffrey VALLANCE
° Two Poems—‘Somewhere there is a history of progress’
   & ‘Nevertheless, there was terror’
           Manuela MOSER
° (Five) Pharmacy Poems—‘writing a poem,’ ‘i made the coffee,’ 
   ‘it doesn’t matter who you are,’ ‘i made that chocolate cake’ & ‘my back hurts’
           Joseph GRANTHAM
° Three Poems—‘Safe,’ ‘I Have Brought Several Changes of Hat with Me,’
   & ‘Cardinal Virtues’
            Livia FRANCHINI
° A Scatological Eschatology called ‘HOLY SHIT’
            Jeffrey VALLANCE
            (excerpted from
 Hotel #5)
° ‘Going Home’ (Rushes) / LIKE GOLD / LIKE GREY
            Zi WEI
° ‘The Women I Like in Romance Novels’
            Ryunosuke AKUTAGAWA;
            translated by Ryan C.K. CHOI
° ‘What is Really Happening?’—On (or After) Dexter Dalwood
            Michael BRACEWELL
° Two Poems—‘The Egg Lady’s Death’ & ‘Waves’
            Michael NAGHTEN SHANKS
° Two Poems—‘i.’ & ‘ii.’
            Kate SCHNEIDER
° ‘Practice Notes’
  (words towards a novel called WE ARE MADE OF DIAMOND STUFF)
            Isabel WAIDNER 
° ‘Headlights’
            Samanta SCHWEBLIN; 
            translated by Megan McDOWELL
° RECONSTRUCTIONS; Five Photo-Poems
            Steafán HANVEY & Bobbie HANVEY
° ‘Surrealists at the End of the World’
            Roisin DUNNETT
° ‘Menu of the Future’
            Raul GUERRERO
           (excerpted from
Hotel #5)
° ‘Brady is Everyone’s’ 
            Drew BUXTON
° Two Poems—‘a good career move’ & ‘you have no new messages’ 
            Susannah DICKEY
° On and After ‘ANIMAL DRUMS’
   A reaction to SJ FOWLER & J ALEXANDER’s motion-picture-poem
            David SPITTLE
° ‘Exhibit A’ (on Brion Gysin’s Birthday)
            John AKOMFRAH

° From ‘THE LAND OF HUNGER’ to ‘THE ROAD TO DAMASCUS’
            Wayne HOLLOWAY
° (A short story called) ‘LOVE STORY’
            Caleb KLACES 

° ‘Germaine Gets Slade’
    —A Short Study of Editorial Policy in the Hashtag Era
                    
           (ANONYMOUS/Name of SENDER)
° A ‘99 POINT MANIFESTO’ (from the Editors)
            Dostoyevsky WANNABE
° (A short story called) ‘LADY CERO’s LETTERS’
            Kyle COMA-THOMPSON

° (An explicatory-poem called) ‘NO SHOW’
            Chris PETIT—Mordant MUSIC—purge.xxx
° (A short story called) ‘BURNING’
            Lily HACKETT
° A poem called ‘An Undisclosed Distance’
            Lauren DOSTAL
° Two Works—‘A Man Asleep on a Canvas’ & ‘Overlap’
            Martin JACKSON
° ‘BEIGE WRITING’
            Ahmed NAJI in conversation with Sam DIAMOND

° (The opening acts of) BAD MAN STANDING
            Jonathan CHANDLER
° TRIPLICATE / Three Poems
   1. ‘House—Painting’
   2. ‘Mothers: Pearls’
   3. ‘Stars Boys: Boys Stars’

            Alistair McCARTNEY
° ‘Sour Lemonade’
            Hiromi SUZUKI
° (A short story called) ‘Due Process’
            Jen CALLEJA
° ‘Reading into Gertrude Stein’
            Anna CATHENKA
° Three Instructional Paroxysms
            Wayne KOESTENBAUM
° Three Fragments from a multipart poem, ‘Coming Out/Betrayal’
            Justin BURNELL
° A poem called ‘Sentient Junk’
            Chris BARTON
° 
‘IN THIS VAMPIRIC WAY...’
            Garth GREENWELL 
            in conversation with Katie Da CUNHA LEWIN

° THREE STEMS / Three Poems
            Rowan EVANS
° ‘Positions of CUTE in Post-Internet Poetry’
            Lucy BURNS & Charles WHALLEY
° Three Poem—‘Quiditty,’ ‘Haecceity’ & ‘Mythology’
            David BRIGGS
° Three Poems— ‘1.,’ ‘3.’ & ‘6.’
            Sam WESELOWSKI
° Five Poems (from WAITRESS IN FALL)—
            Kristín ÓMARSDÓTTIR;
            translated by Vala THORODDS
° ‘DataSexual’—On MOROZOV, LANIER & GOOGLE
            Joshua COHEN
° ‘Quantum Leap’
            Hisham BUSTANI
° From THIS IS NO LONGER ENTERTAINMENT
            Christodoulos MAKRIS
° 3500 CHARACTERS’
            Alejandro ZAMBRA in conversation with Ellen JO
NES

° Three Gestures: ‘Mother,’ ‘Dinner,’ & ‘Fiction’
            Adrian BRIDGET
°A poem called ‘Water’
            Adrianne KALFOPULOU 

° ‘RED INK’
            Jean FRÉMON
° ‘Crossing the Puddle: On CHARCO PRESS’
            Editors Carolina ORLOFF & Samuel McDOWELL
             in conversation with Ellen JONES
° ‘65 RECENT LIBRARY CHECKOUTS (for R. Youngs)’
            Alan LICHT
° Selections from ‘MY GEOPOLITICS’
° Two Poems—‘Total Eclipse’ & ‘Ex’
            NJ STALLARD
° Two Poems—‘Swamp Song’ & ‘Steady Now’
            John GREY

° (A short story called) ‘Just Above Complete Creatures’
            Molly GUNTHER
° ‘Epitaphs’ 
            Jackson ARN
° A ‘Black Gold Mastiff’
            Owen VINCE
° (A short story called) ‘Harvest Moon’ 
            Jessica BONDER

° A poem called ‘Message Withdrawn’
            Susannah DICKEY
° A poem called ‘Carelessly we have entangeled ourselves’
            Vala THORODDS
° ‘Mapping the CITY, Mapping CHANCE’
            James ATLEE, in conversation with Thomas McMULLAN
° ‘Magick SQUARES & Future BEATS’
            Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE
° A poem called ‘Naazim Richardson, Lately’
            Oliver GOLDSTEIN 
° SALVAGED from OBSOLESENCE
            Patrick LANGLEY in conversation with THOMAS CHADWICK
° Four Poems—‘this year a delayed heat,’ ‘(untitled),’
  ‘imagine / every name we share is precise’ & ‘Sussex Envoi’
           George TTOOULI
° ‘The New Grotesque’
            D.I.
° Four Poems—‘the girl on the 4th floor wants me to die,’ 
  ‘use of prevailing tendency,’ ‘portable,’ & ‘storage #’
            Angelos KYRIOU;
            translated by Theodoros CHIOTIS
° Two Poems—‘the new men’ & ‘date’
            AK BLAKEMORE
° (A short story called) ‘THE HOLE’
            Leah DWORKIN

° ‘Yellow Fragments’
            Nina MINGYA POWLES
° ‘Things’
            Brian DILLON
° (A short story called) ‘THE HITCHER’
            Jonathan CHANDLER
° ‘Skylight Recording’
            David GRUBBS
° ‘Achillion’
            Glykeria PATRAMANI
° ‘Mind the Gap’
            Imogen REID
° ‘How to Sharpen your Knife’
            Kate FELD
° ‘Rhine’
            Esther KINKSKY
° ‘Nights of Poor Sleep’
            Rachael ALLEN & Marie JACOTEY
° ‘BAD SCIENCE’
            Jason SHULMAN,
            in conversation with Dominic JAECKLE
° ‘lemon, egg, bread’
            Laura ELLIOT
° ‘IDIOTs’
            Oliver ZARANDI
° ‘175 MINUTES in MIZIL’

            Geo BOGZA;
            translated by Diana DUTA

° ‘The Past’s Future is Not our Present’
            David HAYDEN
° ‘The Sympathetic Observer’
            Rainald GOETZ
° ‘SUNDAY Evening,
   WINTER Morning,
   NOVEMBER Dusk’
            Anne MICHAELS
° ‘The Other Zone’
            Tommy HAZARD
° (A short story called) ‘Facts’
            Gareth EVANS
° ‘A Land that I’ve Dreamed Of...’
            Joe BUCCIERO
° To Become a Mermaid...’
            Veronica
Scott Esposito
° ‘ATLANTIS’
            Mary RINEBOLD COPELAND
° ‘CITIZENS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY’
            Lucy SANTE, in conversation with Jon AUMAN
° ‘The Photographs of RE Meatyard’
            Carol MAVOR
° ‘On the Island of Malhado’ 
            Russell PERSSON

° ‘Tremendous MAJESTIES’ 
            Jakob NOLTE;
            translated by Amanda DeMARCO

° From ‘MY LITTLE ENLIGHTENMENT PLAYs’
            Sophie SEITA
° ‘Moments Before & After’
            Frank WITZEL;
            translated by Amanda DeMARCO

° (A short story called) ‘WITHOUT A FISHER KING’
            Joanna RAFAEL GOLDBERG
° Three Poems—‘Kinky Thumbelina,’ ‘Sea Bear’
   & ‘Instructions for the Peaceful Transition of Power’
            Sarah MARINA

°  Three Poems / Three Dances—‘Ritual Dance,’ ‘Bacchic Dance’ 
    & ‘Pyrrhic Dance’
            Jazmine LINKLATER
° ‘Études de Silhouettes’
            Pierre SENGES;
            translated by Jacob SIEFRING

° Three Interludes: ‘DAVID BOWIE lives in my House’
            Anna CATHENKA
° (Two Pieces of) SARAH
            Scott McCLANAHAN
° ‘PIER ONE AESTHETICS (are taking over Art)’
            Nick ZEDD
° ‘PRODUCING MY CREDENTIALS’
    An Unfinished Libretto in V Pieces / A season in episodes
            Sophie JUNG
° ‘POEM-BRUT’ (Parts i & ii)
            SJ FOWLER
° ‘The Unknown Soldier’
            Lucy SANTE
° ‘YOUR EXISTENCE WATERED MY CROPS:’
    Unscrambling Perception with Ariana Grande
            Jack GOLDSTEIN
° Three (Untitled) Poems
            Jacob McGUINN
° ‘Farrag und Freunde’
            Joseph TURRENT
° Three Poems—‘Seven Studies for Marie-Hortense,’
  ‘Rilke on the Place de la Concorde’
   & ‘Two Dozen Mongoose-Hair Brushes’

   
       MAITREYABANDHU
° Three Poems—‘Oysters,’ ‘I Don’t Know How to Clothe this Loving Body’
   & ‘Interim’
            Emma MACKILLIGIN
° ‘Balsa Jericho’
            Cal REVELY-CALDER

° Four Poems—‘Thin Girls,’ ‘Pang from Pang,’
  ‘The Roses of Heliogabalus’ & ‘Angiogram’

            Helen CHARMAN
° ‘LODGING & DISLODGING the Little Magazine’
    A Google-Doc Conversation

            Sophie SEITA & Danny SNELSON
° (A short story called) ‘The Racer’
            Jonathan CHANDLER
° (A short story called) ‘The Light Sculptor’
            Leah DWORKIN
° ‘Carl Stone & the Kalifornia Dreamstock of the Yankee...’
            Carl STONE, in conversation with Jack GOLDSTEIN

° Three Poems—‘Three Summers,’ ‘Sensory Notes...’ & ‘Only Instead of a Star’
            Amy KEY
° Three Poems, Three Dedications
& ‘Past Filmic Tense’
            Emily CRITCHLEY
° ‘WOEFULLY UNDETERMINED’
            Sam RIVIERE, in conversation with Joe McCARNEY
° After the PXL-MAD Lectures
            Kenneth GOLDSMITH,
            in conversation with Thomas CHADWICK & Gert-Jan MEYNTJEN 

° Two Poems—‘not the mirror image but the reverse side of the mirror’
   & ‘Sonnet for the relative elasticity of your skin’
            Tse HAO GUANG
° ‘The UNIVERSITY & the UNDERCOMMONS’
            Stefano HARNEY & Fred MOTEN
° ‘(Three of) THIRTEEN RAYS’
            Rachel BLAU DUPLESSIS 
° Two Stories—‘Alma Mahler attends a Party...’
   & ‘Valentine’

            Joanna RAFAEL GOLDBERG
° ‘Re-Threads’

            James R. HUGUNIN
° ‘Clumps (of Roussel)’
            Mark VON SCHLEGELL
° ‘Magnificent Frigatebird’
            DE STEWARD
° ‘Four Paintings of People’
            Yating HE
° Four Poems—‘A simulation..., ‘Geometry,’ ‘How things are not’
  & ‘A skylight in a basement’
            Martin JACKSON
° Two Poems—‘Rest/Stop’ & ‘What Happens, or Doesn’t’
            Chris CAMPANIONI
° ‘The Future of Reading’
            John HOLTEN
° ‘AN UNSUBTLE METAPHOR’
            Jacques TESTARD, in conversation with Thomas CHADWICK
° Two Poems—‘Desert, Desert, Garden’ & ‘Maratea’ 
            Ollie TODD
° ‘The Rupture’
            Alison FRANK
° ‘TALKING TO TEST CENTRE’
            Jess CHANDLER & Will SHUTES,
            in conversation with Jen CALLEJA 
° Two Poems—‘Self-Portrait as a Circle’ & ‘Gravy’
            Edward DOEGAR
° ‘self assembly is...’
            Owen VINCE
° (A short story called) ‘A THREAT’
            Oliver ZARANDI
° ‘GREEK LANDSCAPES’
            Martin JACKSON
° (A short story called) ‘Erwin Schrödinger Blues’
            Colm O’SHEA
° ‘I Love you, Lieutenant’—ON Peter FALK and self-knowledge
            Victoria MANIFOLD
° Three Poems (after Antonioni—‘Anna,’ ‘Jeanne Moreau’ & ‘Vittoria’
            Jess COTTON

° ANADIPLOSES
            Hannes BAJOHR

° ‘A Collection of Quotes from former #1 pound-for-pound MMA fighter, Ronda Rousey;
   & her Mother, the first U.S. Citizen to win a World Judo Championship’

            Amanda DeMARCO
° Two Poems—‘Unboxing, Teardown;’ ‘1.’ & ‘2.’
            Micscha FOSTER POOLE
° ‘(Several) Studies in Poetry’
            Hoagy HOUGHTON
° ‘CRIMINAL AESTHETICS’ 
            Les Fugitives, in conversation with Dominic JAECKLE
° Mary RINEBOLD COPELAND
            ‘DOING COKE WITH YOU (A Venal Shine)’







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