Volume 1, No. 4
Letters to the Editor
-Angus MacLise's The Subliminal Report
-Big Sur Marathon Reading, by Jason Eisenberg, S.A. Griffin, and James Stauffer; photos by Casey Cyr, Chris Oller, and George Wallace
-Hammond Guthrie: The Endangered Species Restaurant
-Jerry Martien: excerpts from Pieces in Place
-Susan Smith Nash: excerpts from Fly-Over States of Mind
-Laurie Stone: "Brief Tango with Wildlife"
-William Slaughter's "Caught in the Act: Reading Ishmael Reed's Beware: Do Not Read This Poem"
-Mark Spitzer's transcript of an Ed Dorn rant
-Excerpt from Peter Coyote's Sleeping Where I Fall; Chapter 18, "Full Bloom"
-Valery Oisteanu's "The Dwarf of Uxmal"
-Mary Sands, excerpt from Honor Rock
-Michael Rothenberg (Path of Love): Jungian Quartet
John Aiello, James Brook, Ray Clark Dickson, Ronnie Donn, Claudia K. Grinnell, Hammond Guthrie, Noah Hoffenberg, Tony Hoffman, John Roche, Jayne Lyn Stahl, Jeff Swanson, Joel Weishaus
-Andrei Codrescu's "A Little Ode to Kansas City"
-Tony Trigilio: Poems
-Laguna Beach - Hollywood Transition, by Hammond Guthrie
-Queen of Bohemia: Interview with Philomene Long
-Adrien Begrand, on Recollections of My Life as a Woman, by Diane di Prima
-Jesse Glass, "The Return of David Gitin"
-Mary Sands, on In Search of Captain Zero, by Allan Weisbecker
-Murat Nemet-Nejat's "Notes on a Turkish Trip: the Sights and Colors of Turkey"
-RhondaK's Love Clichés: The Road Trip
-Dan Barth's Elbo Poems and Epigrams
-Richard Kostelanetz's Material World (excerpts from 1001 Ballets)
Dee Rimbaud, from Glasgow, is the featured artist in this issue of JACK Magazine. His collage art appears throughout the magazine.
Casey Cyr, Chris Oller, and George Wallace contributed photographs from the Big Sur Marathon Reading.
I don't dare summon you
All I ask is that I might come to you
Only to see you, only to look
at your face
If you're too mad or too busy for a talk
I'll go home soon.
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