Issue 3.13

Winter 2011

Editors: Brian Ganter and Jenny Penberthy

Manifestos from Christian Bök, Steve McCaffery, Kim Minkus, Jeff Derksen, derek beaulieu, and others. Manifesto fiction by Marie-Hélène Tessier. Artists Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber present visual manifestos. Margot Leigh Butler and UBC Humanities 101 tell us what Downtown Eastsiders Want.

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Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber, Super Students #1, "The Board's action showed more concern about our image than the rights and academic freedom on which this university was founded" (Student society president Stan Wong, March 1967), 2010
Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber, Super Students #1, "The Board's action showed more concern about our image than the rights and academic freedom on which this university was founded" (Student society president Stan Wong, March 1967), 2010
Contributors

Preface: Manifesto, Unremitting

Rise Above History: A Manifesto for More Manifestos

Flarf, Arf, Arf, Arf!

manifesto of the provisional avant-garde

The Georgia Straight

Plains and Straights: On the Founding Manifesto of the Georgia Straight

THE ONLY MANIFESTO IS THE BLANK PAGE

Dear Brian, and Verb List Compilations 1967-8 & 2010

Poetry & Unanimous Feelings (translated by Louis Cabri)

Maxims for Assisting Afghanistan

TiC PoP PoP TiC: The Timeless Pupil of the Eye

Revolutionary Critical Pedagogy for a Socialist Society: A Manifesto

What Do Downtown Eastsiders Want?

A Manifesto for Triplicity

Pluralist Music Composition, a Manifesto

Laneway

Givenness and the Word of the Creature

Of Language: A Lesson from Brother So-and-So

manifest/later

The Long Moment

26 Statements on poetry

Return to Spectacle: A Cinemanifesto

"Our Bodies Feel Struggle": Loving / Hating the Symptom In Tiqqun and The Invisible Committee

A Capillary Manifesto

A Rhythm Party Manifesto (translated by Lisa Robertson and Avra Spector)

"Freedom of Chickens" Manifesto

Manifesto to Contest the Manifesto Contest

COVER: Super Students #1, "The Board's action showed more concern about our image than the rights and academic freedom on which this university was founded" (Student society president Stan Wong, March 1967), 2010

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