Bharat jiva by kari edwards, Bookcover showing soft superimposed photographs of city walls and garlands
Bharat jiva
By kari edwards
From Dame Quickly by Jennifer Scappettone, a busy painting of moments in an urban landscape, different shapes that traverse the image and give it movement, navy blue background
From Dame Quickly
By Jennifer Scappettone
cover of Aufgabe 8; white background with black lines and squares building up the page
Aufgabe No. 8
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Julian Talamantez Brolaski, Matvei Yankelevich
cover of Face Before Against, by Isabelle Garron and translated by Sarah Riggs. Dark grey background with abstract white and beige figures intertwined and standing on a maroon oval.
Face Before Against
By Isabelle Garron
Translated by Sarah Riggs
cover for Afugabe Number 7. White background. in the center, a choppy triangle made up many differently sized pieces of wood, colors ranging from light brown to different shades of green.
Aufgabe No. 7
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Julian Talamantez Brolaski, Jennifer Scappettone
cover of Animate, Inanimate Aims by brenda ijima; collaged image of lines and shapes in off whites, blues, greys, and black
Animate, Inanimate Aims
By Brenda Iijima
cover of Aufgabe 6, spring 2007; watercolor painting with curving lines and splotches in shades of yellow, grey, and blue
Aufgabe No. 6
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Mark Tardi, Ray Bianchi
Fruitlands by Kate Colby, a drawing of a house infront of a forest, greyscale against a background of burgundy red. A sticker on the cover reads "Norma Faber First Book Award 2007"
By Kate Colby
Four from Japan: Contemporary Poetry & Essays by Women, by Kiriu Minashita, Kyong Mi-Park, Ryoko Sekiguchi, Takako Arai, Introduction & Translation by Sawako Nakayasu, Book cover showing big brush strokes in blue, yellows and greens against grey background.
Four from Japan
By Ryoko Sekiguchi, Takako Arai, Kiriu Minashita, Kyong-Mi Park
Translated by Cole Swensen, Sawako Nakayasu, Ryoko Sekiguchi
Counter Daemons by Roberto Harrison, Book cover showing thick black lines and cubes drawn in charcoal over yellow background.
Counter Daemons
By Roberto Harrison
Inner China by Eva Sjödin, Translated by Jennifer Hayashida, Book cover showing delicate drawings of anatomical structures against brown background and lightly printed Swedish text.
Inner China
By Eva Sjödin
Translated by Jennifer Hayashida
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
Emptied of All Ships by Stacy Szymaszek, Book cover showing a photograph of waves in the ocean.
Emptied of All Ships
By Stacy Szymaszek
Another Kind of Tenderness by Xue Di, Bookcover showing a print of a shape resembling a mushroom or a tree, with little spore-like figures floating towards its top
Another Kind of Tenderness
By Xue Di
Translated by Keith Waldrop, Forrest Gander, Stephen Thomas, Ted Deppe, Sue Ellen Thomas, Wang Ping, Hil Anderson, Waverly Crook, Iona Crook
The Mudra by Kerri Sonnenberg, Book cover showing a close up of two palms engaged in a Mudra/hand movement, one palm is open.
The Mudra
By Kerri Sonnenberg
cover of Aufgabe 4, fall 2004; light yellow-green background with scale-like shapes of shades of blue
Aufgabe No. 4
Edited by E. Tracy Grinnell, Sawako Nakayasu
Euclid Shudders by Mark Tardi, Book cover showing a set of two keys dangling on a nail, black background.
Euclid Shudders
By Mark Tardi
Notebooks 1956-1978 by Danielle Collobert, Translated by Norma Cole, Book cover showing a small B&W photograph of a Brasserie, against a deep red background.
Notebooks, 1956-1978
By Danielle Collobert
Translated by Norma Cole
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 The House Seen from Nowhere by Keith Waldrop; thick black ink smudge in a large vertical column on a white background, with title typed in red to its left and author name in black to its right
The House Seen from Nowhere
By Keith Waldrop

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