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Craig Dworkin

CRAIG DWORKIN is author of Reading the Illegible (Northwestern University Press) and editor of Eclipse (www.princeton.edu/eclipse) and the UbuWeb Anthology of Conceptual Writing (www.ubu.com). His edition of the Collected Poems of Vito Acconci will be published in January.

Tracie Morris, handholding: 5 kinds

Morris moves with loving attention and unflinching critical detail between the signature language of other artists—variously acoustic, filmic, documentary, poetic—and her own distinct idiom.

Legion (excerpt)

Once in a while I think of things too bad to talk about. Bad words, often terrible words, come into my mind and I cannot get rid of them. I am bothered by acid stomach several times a week. I am likely not to speak to people until they speak to me. Often I cross the street in order not to meet someone else.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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