Issue 3.21

Fall 2013

Trip the tempo’d trepanum,
the singing bonesaw,
the ink drawn fantastic
–Sylvia Legris

Editor: Brook Houglum

Poems by Sina Queyras, rob mclennan, Sylvia Legris, and others; a short story by George Bowering: Robert McTavish’s interview with Charles Bernstein on Charles Olson and the Vancouver Poetry Conference 1963; images and text from Michael Turner’s guest-curated show “A Postcard from Victoria” including work by Geoffrey Farmer, Julia Freyer, Raymond Boisjoly, and others; and poems and scores from Michael Park and Ray Hsu’s Art Song Lab.

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Digital: Free

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Jesse Gray, Until the Sun Goes Supernova, 2007, salvaged electronics components, ink, and hot glue on wall, approx. 244 cm x 305 cm
Jesse Gray, Until the Sun Goes Supernova, 2007, salvaged electronics components, ink, and hot glue on wall, approx. 244 cm x 305 cm
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