cover of VEL by P. Inman, black line drawing of bird silhouettes and a square b&w image of a wall and white pitcher
By P Inman
By Aja Couchois Duncan
cover of Vision of the Return by Amin Khan; maroon background with large light blue square near center, three differently sized thcik lines stacked vertically move horizontally across blue square, one light blue, one light brown, one maroon
Vision of the Return
By Amin Khan
Translated by Dawn-Michelle Baude
cover War and Peace 1, two pastel drawings in green, blue, white, and blacks on beige paper
War and Peace 1
Edited by Leslie Scalapino
cover of War and Peace 2, two rows of three horse head busts, each head extended upward to make a nearly straight line
War and Peace 2
Edited by Leslie Scalapino, Judith Goldman
cover of War and Peace 3, the future, b&w photo of a simple recentular building at the top half of the cover with image of a clay model of a similar rectangular building
War and Peace 3
Edited by Leslie Scalapino, Judith Goldman
cover of War and Peace 4, Vision and Text, surreal cuoloful panting of a tree with images of people and animals as leaves on its branches
War and Peace 4
Edited by Leslie Scalapino, Judith Goldman
cover of way, a poem by leslie scalapino, two vertical regtangular b&w photos of people dancing on an off-white background
By Leslie Scalapino
WellWellReality: Collaborations by Rosemarie & Keith Waldrop, Book cover showing a photograph of Rosmarie Waldrop looking at the viewer, Keith in the background, against a mustard yellow background.
Well Well Reality
By Rosmarie Waldrop, Keith Waldrop
cover of What I Believe by Robert Genier, black bacground with white handwritten lettering
What I Believe
By Robert Grenier
cover of Where The Rocks Started by Marc Atherton; two photos, one on top of the other, of a mountainous grassy valley with fog rolling through and hillsides in the difference
Where the Rocks Started
By Marc Atherton
cover of Winter by Eugenie Paultre; painting of apartment buildings at dusk, light shinign through the windows
By Eugénie Paultre
Translated by Cole Swensen, Simone Fattal, Etel Adnan

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