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issue #3 / Fall-Winter 2007
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CRiTiCiSM
 
COLUMNS
 
ViSUAL NARRATiVES
 
FiLLiNG / iCiNG
 
FACE
Show and Tell: 
 
               
       
 
 
RE/PRiNT
 
Writers-in-Residence
    
 
 
Poetry Features
Sarah Maclay - poetry 
Rachel Kann - prose
Kenneth Gurney
Robert Krut
Peter Schwartz
James Cagney
Amanda Laughtland
Prose Feature
Shaz Bennett
Danielle Grilli - Memory and Voice in Lynne Thompson's Beg No Pardon
 - interview and excerpts
Tess. Lotta - Crashing Big Radio: KROQ's Kat Corbett
 - interview and excerpt
Joey Damiano - From "Gorgo" the Killer Puppet to a Writer of Personal Stories: A Brief Retrospective
Gretta Harley - "A choice confronts us": Reinventing the Radical
Marie Lecrivain - Barberella and the Seven Noble Truths
Belle Lettres: Erin Suyehara -
       Fashion Forward: Haute Couture
       and the Marriage Market in Jane
       Austen's Northanger Abbey
 
 
 
               
       
 
 
Review
Music: Dan Krecji
Patti SmithThe TiptonsJessica Lurie - Queens of the Stone Age
The Thors of the Thunderstick
- essay
Print: Jamie Asae FitzGerald
What Remains - Ryan Tranquilla
Film: Jennifer Bradpiece
 
Superstar in a House Dress: The Life and Legend of Jackie Curtis
Artist-in-Residence: Ula Einstein
 
Visual Art Features: 
 
 
 
Duane Locke
Free Will - Waiting
Julie Chadwick
Series 01: Hello Dragon CD covers
1 - 2 -3
 
Visual Music 6681
Visual Music 6683
Narine Atchabahian
Burning Man 2007
narrative and visual brain food
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Contributing writers:
Gretta Harley - John Gerlach - Dan Krejci - Bleeding Magdeline - Mandy Kronbeck - Tonja Renee Hall - Joey Damiano - Erin Suyehara - Armine Iknadossian - Jaqueline Lesko - Aldra Robinson -Danielle Grilli - Jamie Asae FitzGerald - Jennifer Bradpiece - Marie Lecrivain
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 

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