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God by Ben Loory
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Once there was a man who was tired of breathing. It’s just such a drag, he said. So he decided to stop, but found that he couldn’t—the air just kept going in and out.

God by Ben Loory
Loory

Once there was a man who was tired of breathing. It’s just such a drag, he said. So he decided to stop, but found that he couldn’t—the air just kept going in and out.

Lisa Yuskavage
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I’ve been to Yuskavageland—an improbable zone at the intersection of the European painting tradition, religious iconography, porn, and, I’ll argue, performance art.

Hello, The Roses by Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge

This First Proof contains the poem “Hello, The Roses,” by Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge.

Victor Pelevin by Leo Kropywiansky
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Dissolution of the totalitarian Soviet regime brought Russia democracy of an imperfect sort. But much of the euphoria of the early nineties has dissipated in the face of new realities.

Neighbor by Jacki Ochs

In September, 1987, I asked two poets, Lyn Hejinian, from the United States and Arkadii Dragomoschenko, from the Soviet Union, to begin an unusual correspondence. 

Gary Lang by Saul Ostrow
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Gary Lang tells Saul Ostrow how his paintings have a healing effect; he sees them as a transference of love.

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