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By Susan Gevirtz
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By Jennifer Moxley
The Arab Apocalypse front cover image: bright orange background with a drawing of three broken, black circles lined up horizontally, with black streaks interrupting them. The circles could be representations of the sun. Text on the cover reads: Etel Adnan, The Arab Apocalypse, The Post-Apollo Press.
The Arab Apocalypse
By Etel Adnan
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Figured Image
By Anne-Marie Albiach
Translated by Keith Waldrop
Step
By George Albon
Einar
By Elfriede Jelinek
Translated by P.J. Blumenthal
Abu Musa’s Women Neighbors
By Ahmed Toufiq
Translated by Roger Allen
Two or Three Things I’m Dying to Tell You
By Jalal Toufic
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Twelve Nights
By Gerlind Reinshagen
Translated by Anthony Vivis
Self-Destruction
By Laura Moriarty
Mind-God and The Properties of Nitrogen
By Fouad Gabriel Naffah
Translated by Norma Cole
Memnoir
By Joan Retallack
9:45
By Kit Robinson
egypt
By Dawn-Michelle Baude
In/somnia
By Etel Adnan
Portraits & Repetition
By Stephen Ratcliffe
A Dangerous Thing poetry by Ruth-Marion Baruch
A Dangerous Thing
By Ruth-Marion Baruch
It’s Go In/ Quiet Illumined Grass/ Land
By Leslie Scalapino
Undying Love, or Love Dies
By Jalal Toufic
Where the Rocks Started
By Marc Atherton

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