Sulfur 37

Sulfur Issue #37

Contents

Milton Kessler: Scales

Anne Waldman: Lacrimar, Lacrimatus

Roberto Tejada: “Honeycomb perfection of this form…”

Michael Hudson: Comparative Anatomy

James Clifford: Immigrant

Paul Metcalf: Cease and Desist

Antonin Artaud: Fragmentations (Tr. from the French by Clayton Eshleman, with Bernard Bador)

Jerome Rothenberg: Two Poems

Michael McClure: Dark Meat 2

from THE RECOVERY OF THE PUBLIC WORLD: A CONFERENCE IN HONOR OF ROBIN BLASER’S POETRY AND POETICS

Charles Watts: Foreword
Robin Blaer: Hello!
Jed Rasula: Taking Out the Tracks: Robin Blaser’s Syncopation
Peter Quartermain: The Mind as Frying Pan: Robin Blaser’s Humor
Robin Blaser: Nomad

Jackson Mac Low: Who Builds White-clocked Billowing Walls?

Brian D. Lucas: The Circle Marked

Rachel Blau DuPlessis: from Draft 23

Peter Cole: Functional Through a Believing

Luisa Futoransky: Two Poems (Tr. from the Spanish by Jason Weiss)

Jefferson Hanson: The Moon The Moon The Moon

Phillip Foss: Ideate: A Grammar of the Catoptric Flesh

Peter Redgrove: Service

Dean Young: First You Must

Wolfgang Giegerich: Ending Emancipation from History: Kafka’s “In the Penal Colony”

Pamela Wye: Lassie Not: Douglas Quackenbush’s Dead Dog Photographs

Douglas Quackenbush: Eight Photographs

Doren Robbins: The Injury in my Mouth Tells Me

Herbert Lust: It Wish It Were

Lindsay Hill: Three Poems

Commentary: Bamberger on Elmslie; Tuma on cultural outflow, Walsh, Scully, Fisher, and Kleinzahler; Weinberger on The Columbia Anthology of American Poetry; Eshleman on political poetry; Maud reports from Schumacher; Twitchell on Milne; Weiss on architectural anguish; Perloff on Morning Star Folios, Retallack, the Exact Change Yearbook, and Gavronsky

Contributor Notes

Cover Art: Michel Nedjar, Triple Mask, fabric, glue, dye—34 x 32 x 26 cm, 1980/1982, courtesy of Galerie Susanne Zander, Köln, Germany