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This is a new magazine. A tapestry of Modernist, Post-Modernist, and Jungian Poetic idea. A constellation of prose poems, poem poems, articles, comments and poetic insights. A woven collage of language play by loom operator Kenneth Warren. Poetic origins in Pound, Olson, Duncan, etc. All engaging poetics by committed authors. These titles reveal some of the metal: "Nothing to Worry About in Heraclitus," "thINK," "13 Lines from Fortune Cookies I Opened Last Week," "The Episteme of the Serpent," "Nymphactra," "Usufruct," "98.6% Loaded." This is all a magazine of poetry. Now, while all of this intoxicates the imagination it is not a pretentious or pompous presentation. The magazine's glyph conveys the playfulness of poetry, the limitless of possibility of language, and the fashion in which word defines reality. --Michael Basinski

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #2,
Copyright Burning Press 1993, 1995.

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