Sulfur 6

Sulfur Issue #6

 Contents

Jackson Mac Low: Winds/Instruments

Paul Hoover: The Chinese Notebook

Rosmarie Waldrop: Figures of the Eye

Jerome Rothenberg: Yaqui 1982

Clark Coolidge: Peru Eye, The Heart of the Lamp

Samuel Beckett: Breath

Richard H. Abrams: Considering Beckett’s Breath

Raoul Hausmann and Kurt Schwitters: Four Texts

Madeleine Burnside: Three Pieces

Ronald Johnson: Ark 39

Rochelle Owens: A Sandworm Emerging

Marwan: Six Paintings

Gene Frumkin: Six Poems

William Corbett: Washington’s Birthday

Claude Gauvreau: from Entrails

Lydia Davis: The Mouse

Todd Baron: a sphere for tristan tzara

Friedrich Holderlin: Summer

Bernard Heidsieck: Le Carrefour de la Chaussée d’Antin

Gerrit Lansing: Three Poems of the Underworld(s)

John Tagggart: Not Raw Enough

Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven: Eleven Poems

Jerome Rothenberg: Pre-Face to Symposium of the Whole

Book Reviews: Weinberger on Forché; Chamberlin on Spicer; Wakoski on
Weinstein; Rasula on Kelly; Perloff on Jacob; Klein on the Bibliophile Jacob;
Rothenberg on the New New American Poetry

Cover art: Choreography/Costume from the dance “After Words” (1981) by Alice Farley, photo by Ronald Kienhuis