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cover of Dead Youth, or, The Leaks by Joyelle McSweeney; a band of short vertical columns of different shades of orange and red that span across the center of the page
Dead Youth, or, The Leaks
By Joyelle McSweeney
Art by Ashley Lamb
cover of Aufgabe 5, fall 2005; pink background with horizontal orange lines and an orange rectangle along the bottom with curved lines in pink and orange interrupting their background interrupting
Aufgabe No. 5
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Mark Tardi, Guy Bennett
cover of memnoir by joan retallack; dark green background with outline of a rectangle in the center with three thick cream-colored lines inside
Memnoir
By Joan Retallack
cover for Afugabe Number 3, Fall 2003. White background with the image of a square piece of camo green fabric. A tadpole is embroidered into the center of the fabric square with light green, almost white thread.
Aufgabe No. 3
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Jen Hofer
cover of It's go in quiet illumined grass land by Leslie Scalapino; sky blue background with large white square at the center and three thick lines inside, one red and two blue
It’s Go In/ Quiet Illumined Grass/ Land
By Leslie Scalapino
cover of Undying Love or Love Dies by Jalal Toufic; black background with red hand-drawn, partially colored in heart near center
Undying Love, or Love Dies
By Jalal Toufic
cover of Aufgabe 1, summer 2001; grey background, small typed white numbers dot the page with straight and curvy lines cutting through
Aufgabe No. 1
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Leslie Scalapino, Norma Cole
cover of Happily by Lyn Hejinian; bright yellow background with red outline of a large square and three thick lines inside, one blue, one red, one white
Happily
By Lyn Hejinian
cover of Some Life by Joanne Kyger; bright red background with large light pink square in the middle and three thick lines inside of different shades of green
Some Life
By Joanne Kyger
cover of forged by fanny howe; light blue background with pale yellow square in the center and three thick lines inside, one light blue and two red
Forged
By Fanny Howe
cover of Citeria by Sianne Ngai; three repeated narrow vertical negative photos layered on top of each other of stone tied to a pulley system casting it shadow on the wall, photos are on a pink background
Criteria
By Sianne Ngai
cover of The Book of Tendons by eleni sikelianos; off-white background with teal square outlined in bright red in the center and three thick lines inside of different lengths, one in mint green and two in bright red, title and author name centered above in red typed text
The Book of Tendons
By Eleni Sikelianos
A Beggar at Damascus Gate
By Yasmin Zahran
cover of The History of the Loma People by Paul Degein Korvah, b&w image of two people sitting in front of a cement hut with a hay roof
The History of the Loma People
By Paul D. Korvah
cover of Memory Play by Carla Harryman, textured white background with black specks bursting from a single point and scattering
Memory Play
By Carla Harryman
cover of Precisely the Point Being Made by Norman Fischer, off-white background with rectangular image along the bottom of light grey circles and black dots
Precisely the Point Being Made
By Norman Fischer
cover of The India Book by Andrew Schelling, light pink background and a vertical red-tinted photo of a small skeleton with a mask in a garden
The India Book: Essays and Translations from Indian Asia
By Andrew Schelling
cover of O Three, War edited by Leslie Scalapino, dark grey background with small cut-out white squares with handwritten blue and red writing
O Three / War
Edited by Leslie Scalapino
cover of What I Believe by Robert Genier, black bacground with white handwritten lettering
What I Believe
By Robert Grenier
cover of Talking In Tranquility, interviews with Ted Berrigan, light pink columns along the sides and an vertical b&w photo of a man reading from a music stand and a woman facing him
Talking in Tranquility: Interviews with Ted Berrigan
By Ted Berrigan, Leslie Scalapino
Edited by Stephen Ratcliffe

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