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#6, Spring 1993

SUNY Buffalo, Dept. of English,
306 Clemens Hall
Buffalo NY, 14260

135 pp., free for SASE

This special issue is called "Interstates," because the editors have tried to assemble "writings that play with conventional genre lines, create a dialogue with past literary works or traditions, and otherwise experiment with language and reader expectation." There's some good poetry here by A.M. Allcott, Michael Basinski, Jeff Hansen, Mark Wallace, and others, as well as some weird near-fiction by the likes of Piotr Parlej & Robert Rebein. Strong ties to Buffalo's postindustrial literary scene. An upcoming issue is to deal with "Rust Belt Writing."--Bob Edwards

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This review originally appeared in TapRoot Reviews #4,
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