Sulfur 9

Sulfur Issue #9
Contents

Antonin Artaud: from Notebooks (Editor: Paule Thévenin)

Antonin Artaud: from SUPPOTS ET SUPPLICIATIONS (Translators: A. James
Arnold, Clayton Eshleman, David Rattray, and David Maclagan)

Nancy Spero: from Codex Artaud

Peter Redgrove: Six Poems

Diane Ward: The Fourth of July is Geography

Janet Rodney: Lost in Thought

Susan Howe: Six Poems

Pierre Joris: German Landscape Revisited

R. B. Kitaj: Six Drawings

David Plante: Paris, 1983

Sandra Fisher: Two Paintings

John Ashbery: Six Haibun

Christopher Dewdney: Two Poems

Martha Lifson: Four Poems

Hans Magnus Enzensberger: Six Poems (Tr. by Herbert Graf)

Lyn Hejinian: from The Guard

Rafael Lorenzo: Two Poems

John Yau: Malcolm Morley’s Education

Malcolm Morley: Five Paintings

Notes, Correspondence, Reviews: Rasula on Vendler; Watten on Byrd;
Weinberger on a case of AIDS hysteria; Perloff on confrencing; DuPlessis on
the state of H.D.’s The Gift; Clifford on Segalen; Davidson on Olson; Nakell
on Keith Waldrop; Rasula on Stein; Chamberlin on Howe; Schelling on
Daumal; Rasula on Sulfur #8; Burns to Bernstein to Burns

Cover Photo: Kitaj in Paris (charcol drawing by R. B. Kitaj)