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In our second issue: Michael Hardt tells us that we live in ‘exciting’ times, William Boyd on fiction, art and the combination of the two and Richard Wentworth on his own ‘criminal intelligence’ Features short stories by Joshua Cohen  and Diego Trelles Paz, a limited edition print by artist Sophie von Cundale, photography by JH Engstrom, essays on Naples and Sri Lanka and cover art by Lewis Irvine that unfolds into a typographical narrative
Issue No. 2

issue

June 2011

In our second issue: Michael Hardt tells us that we live in ‘exciting’ times, William Boyd on fiction, art and the combination of the two and Richard Wentworth on his own ‘criminal intelligence’. Features short stories by Joshua Cohen  and Diego Trelles Paz, a limited edition print by artist Sophie von Cundale, photography by JH Engstrom, essays on Naples and Sri Lanka and cover art by Lewis Irvine that unfolds into a typographical narrative.

ISSUE CONTENTS

Editorial


Gay Madonnas in Montevergine: The Feast of Mamma Schiavone

Annabel Howard


Essay

Portraits of Pierre Reverdy and Three Poems

tr. Sam Gordon


Conflicts of Interest: Frank O'Hara and the Collaborative Talent

Thirza Wakefield


Essay

Cafédämmerung & Notes Toward the Crane Poem

Joshua Cohen


Poems

Graham Foust, Patrick McGuinness, Kit Buchan, Lee Rourke, Ahren Warner


Poetry

Michael Hardt


Interview

Destination Unparadise & Elusive Unknown

Sophie von Cundale


Art

The Barber Paradox

Lewis Irvine


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