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BOSCH’D
By Joan Retallack
The Paper Camera
The Paper Camera
By Youmna Chlala
The Triumph of Crowds
The Triumph of Crowds
By Brigid McLeer
Art by Ashley Lamb
In the Environs of a Film
By Danielle Collobert
Translated by Nathanaël
The Supposium
Edited by Joan Retallack
cover of Bewildered by michael a sells; light grey background with a four by five grid of colorful square-shaped smudges, title in white typed text centered near top
Bewildered
By Muhyiddin Ibn al-'Arabi
Translated by Michael Sells
Daydream
By Jean Day
cover of bridge of the world by roberto harrison; textured abstract painting of dark blues and greys extending up into shades of white
Bridge of the World
By Roberto Harrison
A Transpacific Poetics
Edited by Lisa Samuels, Sawako Nakayasu
Restless Continent
By Aja Couchois Duncan
Well Well Reality
By Rosmarie Waldrop, Keith Waldrop
cover of Too Much Happens by Kathleen Weaver, large off-white clay underside of a mushroom with title printed over the top in swoopy black lettering
Too Much Happens
By Kathleen Weaver
Actualities
By Norma Cole
Art by Marina Adams
cover image for Khadijah Queen's Non-Sequitur, winner of the 2014 Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers. A series of rectangular columns span the cover shading from green to blue.
Non-Sequitur
By Khadijah Queen
Art by Ashley Lamb
Fabulas Feminae
By Susan Bee, Johanna Drucker
Companion Animal
By Magdalena Zurawski
cover of Anti-Humboldt by Hugo Garcia Manriquez, black and white aerial photo of roads, one road splitting into three and curving off the sides of the page, the other cutting straight across diagonally
Anti-Humboldt
By Hugo García Manríquez
cover of Mirages by Issa Makhlouf; navy blue background with large white rectangle in the middle with black doodle drawings inside
Mirages
By Issa Makhlouf
cover of Mum Is Down by Oscarine Bosquet; brown background with large yellow square in the middle with three thick blue lines inside
Mum is Down
By Oscarine Bosquet
Translated by Cole Swensen, Simone Fattal
cover of Winter by Eugenie Paultre; painting of apartment buildings at dusk, light shinign through the windows
Winter
By Eugénie Paultre
Translated by Cole Swensen, Simone Fattal, Etel Adnan

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