Coming September 1, 2006
Table of Contents:
Music, Visual Arts, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, Per Contra Tech and Reviews
Music - Click Here
Deeyah: Her music and her opinions raise eyebrows and awareness. Find out why the "Muslim Madonna" is at the center of the controversy. Also, Taiko drumming a continent and a culture away.
Visual Arts - Click Here
Featuring Zhi Lin, Rulan Geiger and Max Mason, with Larry Silver on art survey texts, Charles Morscheck on the new Janson,
Non-Fiction - Click Here
The Green Thought, Erica Jong with Nettie Hartsock, Gordon Fellman on the "Mutuality Paradigm," Maria de la Luz Matus-Mendosa on "The Sexless Land," Sandra Peart on economic freedom, Captain K. Knox Nunnally on the "Fight for Freedom in Iraq," Father Shane Tharp on a different kind of freedom, The Dea[r]th of Solitude, steroids and baseball and the United Nations on precisely what a woman should expect.
Fiction - Click Here
Featuring Ruth Behar, Paula Marantz Cohen, Alicia Gifford, Randall Brown, Anthony Pirnot, Antonios Maltezos and Wadzanai Mhute.
Poetry - Click Here
Featuring Eleanor Wilner, David Slavitt, Kathrine Varnes and Shulamith Caine.
Tech - Click Here
Free your computer from spyware and Super Ad Blocker to eliminate those annoying pop up ads.
Reviews - Click Here
The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson: Secret Agent, Private I
In This Issue
From the Cover: Deeyah on her music and the danger of holding "Unpopular Ideas" - Click the picture for the stories in Per Contra Music.
Gordon Fellman wants a paradigm shift. What's in it for you? Click the picture for the essay.
"Fortuna Egozi Pierces Her Ears" - Fiction by Ruth Behar Click picture for story.
Translation: Two Odes of Oedipus Tyrannos and a discussion about translation by David R. Slavitt. Click picture for the translations.
Per Contra Visual Arts
Click pictures below for the interviews and artwork. Zhi Lin: Five Capital Executions in China.
Rulan Geiger: Diverse work influenced by trials and travels only a few people could imagine.
Max Mason: In the ballpark with art about the game. No, really.