Sulfur 1

Sulfur Issue #1

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Contents

Ezra Pound: From an Unpublished Draft of Canto LXXXIV

Jerome Rothenberg: Hunger

Gustaf Sobin: Sudden Essays on Shadows and Substance

Bruce McClelland: {Poli}

Jacinto Cua Pospoy: Thirty Years Later: The Estados Unidos Goes to the Moon
(Tr. by Martin Prechtle and Nathaniel Tarn)

Kimberly Lyons: Variations

James Hillman: Alchemical Blue and the Unio Mentalis

Charles Stein: from A Book of Confusions

John Ashbery: Untitled, White Collar Crime

Karin Lessing: “stood here, ” What it Wants, Sea-Foam, September-Wings

Hayden Carruth: Who I am

Thomas Meyer: The Labyrinth at Crete, Fin de Siècle

Lyn Hejinian: The Twill

Robert Kelly: Postcards from the Underworld

Ana Mendieta: from Silueta Series 1980 (Earth and gunpowder); (Carved clay-bed)

Lynn Behrendt: Rome, Assisi, Rome

The Letters of Edward Dahlberg and Charles Olson: The Early Years (1936-1948)

Paul Blackburn: The Term

Michael Palmer: Echo

Clayton Eshleman: The Loaded Sleeve of Hades

Gerrit Lansing: Olana

Mary Caponegro: Three pieces from Microfictions

Johnathan Williams: In Marsden Hartley’s Hand

Diane Wakoski: Why I Am A Poet Not A Painter

Jed Rasula: Four Poems

Rachel Blau DuPlessis: Eclogue, Killing Me

Billie Chernicoff: Corona

Aimé Césaire: Batouque (Tr. by Clayton Eshleman and Annette Smith)

Alan Williamson: Art Roman

Book Reviews: Weingberger on Seidel; Davidson on the Olson/Creely
Correspondence; Wesling on Michelson and Chester; Phillips on
Sobin; Meyer on Davidson; Nakell on Hickmann; Smith on Wakoski

Cover Photograph: by Ana Mendieta Silueta Series 1980 (Earth and Gunpowder)