HOW2New Writing Virginia Woolf

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Poems in their exploratory, innovative and hybrid nature are of particular interest, as well as blurred genre forms that include visual, narrative and dramatic elements of fiction and dialogue. Each contribution in this section includes a "Working Note" briefly describing the writing process of the project attempted. A revolving guest editor will invite contributions and select from proposals for the issue she edits. Guest editors for this issue are Renee Gladman and Caroline Bergvall.

The guest editor for H2/n6 will be announced soon..


Renee GladmanRenee Gladman -- Guest Editor

Renee Gladman lives in Oakland, CA, where she edits the chapbook press, Leroy. Most recently, her work has appeared in Conjunctions 35, Fourteen Hills, and Mungo vs. Ranger. She is the author of two chapbooks, Arlem (Idiom Press 1996) and Not Right Now (Second Story Books 1998), and a collection of prose work, Juice, just released from Kelsey St. Press.

Deborah Richards
“Last One Out”

Juliana Spahr

Dodie Bellamy
Cunt-Ups #10-12

Bhanu Kapil Rider
Excerpt from “Diary of the Wolf Girls of Midnapure” by the Reverend Joseph Singh:(re-written): The True Story of Two Girls, ages one and seven, found by the Rev. Singh, suckling a Wolf in a cave in West Bengal, India, in 1916; The Wolf killed, then theSisters taken to his Mission Orphanage, to be raised as “Human Beings again.”; The younger dies.

Aja Couchois Duncan
In Situ

Caroline Bergvall -- Guest Editor of “Postings from Britain”
BIO: Caroline Bergvall, born in 1962, lives and works in England. She has had texts featured in a number of magazines in England and North America. Her work also appears in the anthologies Out of Everywhere & Foil: Defining Poetry 1985-2000. Recent texts include Eclat (Sound & Language, 1996) and Goan Atom: jets poupee (rempress, 1999) to be recreated for Krupskaya (San Francisco, forthcoming 2001). Work also includes collaborations on performances and text-based installations. She is Associate Fellow in Performance Writing at Dartington College of Arts.



Caroline Bergvall
Introduction to Postings From Britain

Tertia Longmire
“The Table Leaks its Objects”

Karlien van den Beukel
“Spare me the Details,” “Bolshoi Style,” and “Lowdown”

Edith Marie Pasquier -- COMING SOON

Shelby Matthews
“Een doodnormale vrouw,” and “Body Flare”

Maggie O'Sullivan
samples from Red Shifts: “trembling” and “roarrr”

Redell Olsen with Anya Lewin
“Book of the Fur”

Denise Riley
“A Shortened Set”, “Outside from the Start”, and “Wherever You Are, Be Somewhere Else”

Caroline Bergvall

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