Volume 2, No. 3
Fall, 2003



Best of Beat Generation News: Back at the Whiskey, Ira Cohen, Kerouac Diner, Lowell Blues, Lord Buckley's Reincarnation Ensemble, Angus MacLise

John Aiello: Faces from Indian Country
Mark Koslow: Nature's Rights, Endangered Species, Lost Canada of My Heart

John Aiello: Anoushka Shankar & the Sitar
Mark Smith: Hidden Visions: Embedded Haiku in Jack Kerouac’s The Dharma Bums
Mark Spitzer: Bob Dylan's Tarantula:
An Arctic Reserve of Untapped Glimmerance Dismissed in a Ratland of Clichés

Cece Chapman: Liar's Dice
A. J. Ferguson: A Week in the Life
Bart Platenga: Ocean Groove, Ocean Grave (series excerpt)
Soma de Noche: Graduation Day
Tamara Sheehan: Monk

Richard Denner: Poised, This Morning, What is Mind?, Le Petit Soldier du Jean Luc Goddard, Carrying My Bones, Samsara is an Airport Surrounding a Delayed Flight, I Know Nothing
Aaron Duchan:
Vanities, I am not who I think I am, Chasing the 'Trane, Wilhem Reich We Love You
Lisa Flowers: Hicks, The Bygone Steak, On the Road Teletype Manuscript 2001, The Dead at the Crossroads of a Happy Life
Aryan Kaganof: Tenderloin Passage, Tombstone Dues
Jukka-Pekka Kervinen: Five Poems
Charlton Metcalf: Texas Me; Frogs, Pistachio, and Rain; This is Our Year; Vampires Tomato; Money Clip Feng Shui
Jennifer Murphy: The End of August, Nerve.com
Matt Myftiu: Observations from an OR waiting room, Inside Molly's head, Eulogy
Krisette Sia: Pink, June, And I Look to the East, Brother, Innocence, Querida
Steve Stewart: The Bicycle, Endgame, Whitley Discovers Makeup at Age 14
Mark Young: I Populate a Private Europe

Best of Beat Generation News

Cece Chapman: Laguna del Tigre (excerpt)
Mary Sands:
Honor Rock (excerpt)

Donovan Miyasaki: Reality Television, Six Non-Poems, Two Letters, Philosophoems, Small Poems

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by Joanna Barnum

Editor: Mary Sands
Contributing Editor: Michael Rothenberg
Featured Artist: Joanna Barnum

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Entering Veracruz -- the stun of those first sights -- a wall of heat and drizzle; the heavy scents of coffee and vanilla. And as I stepped from sea to land, at the same point where Cortes arrived centuries before me, there was the illusion of stepping from something fluid to something more solid. The earthiness of colour and heat and scent. Beguiled, as the Spanish had been. The Spanish set off from here, and it was here they were defeated.

-In the Casa Azul, by Meaghan Delahunt

Liar's Dice, by Cece Chapman

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