Sulfur 14

Sulfur Issue #14

Contents

August Kleinzahler: Basiil Bunting

Basil Bunting: A Song For Rustam
An Open Letter to Louis Zukofsky

Clark Coolidge: from The Book of During

Jerome Rothenberg: Visions of Jesus

Laurie Weeks: Seahorse

Rachel Blau DuPlessis: Otherhow

Diane Glancy: Some Thoughts On Our Uncommon Language

Larry Eigner: Five Poems

Gustaf Sobin: A Portrait Of The Self As Instrument Of Its Syllables

Jorge Perez-Roman: Quid Novi
Six Artworks

Vladimir Holan: from A Night With Hamlet (Tr. from the Czech by Clayton Eshleman and Frantisek Galan)

Nancy Spero: El Salvador (Fold-out artwork)

George Evans: A View From Space

Paul Christensen: Two Poems

John Yau: Michael Kessler’s Drawings: Gesture as Image

Michael Kessler: Five Drawings

Eliot Weinberger: Paper Tigers

Clayton Eshleman: The Excavation of Artaud

Saul Yurkievich: Four Poems (Tr. from the Spanish by Cola Franzen)

Honor Johnson: You Place

Barbara Moraff: Five Poems

Arkadii Dragomoshchenko: Five Poems (Tr. from the Russian by Lyn Hejinian and Michael Molnar)

Notes, Correspondence, Reviews: Perloff on Barnes and Rich; Letter from Larry Eigner; Rothenberg replies to Clifford; Letter from Laura (Riding) Jackson; Christensen on essays on Dorn; Schelling on Borges; Coolidge on Mulligan and Baker; Williamson on Ginsberg; Economou on Tarn; Mikhail Bakhtin’s last words

Cover Art: Henri Michaux, Untitled, watercolor on paper, 22″ x 15″, 1970, courtesy: Edward Thorp Gallery, NYC, photo credit: Zindman/Fremont