Witz: complete run on EPC

WITZ, edited by Christopher Reiner: complete run of pdfs
(click on issue number for pdf)

1.1 Summer 1992
Inter(options) by Stephen Ratcliffe
Writing and Persevering by Nick Piombino
The Scarlet Cabinet by Alice Notley and Douglas Oliver, Reviewed by Ed Foster
The Lives of Thomas by John High, Reviewed by Michelle Murphy
Mermaids for Attila by Jacques Servin, Reviewed by Stephen-Paul Martin
Park by Cole Swensen, Reviewed by Keith Waldrop
Redactive by Dorothy Trujillo Lusk, Reviewed by Susan Smith Nash
99: The New Meaning by Walter Abish, Reviewed by Bruce Campbell

1.2 Fall 1992
Polycontexts: Working Notes from Moscow by John High
An Interview with Steve McCaffery by Clint Burnham
Leap-Frog! So What! by Raffael de Gruttola
Cat Licked the Garlic by Anne Tardos, Reviewed by Karl Young
The New Tenants by Barry Silesky, Reviewed by Susan Smith Nash
Things by Stephen-Paul Martin, Reviewed by John Tritica
Black Chalk by Rochelle Owens, Reviewed by Thomas Taylor
Trimmings by Harryette Mullen, Reviewed by Alan Davies

Spring 1993
An Interview with Raquel Levy by Serge Gavronsky
Fractal Geometry and the Poetry of John Perlman by Susan Smith Nash
Leslie Scalapino in the Word Circus by Jena Osman
Coat of Arms by Chris Tish, Reviewed by Johanna Drucker
Quirks & Quillets by Karen Mac Cormak, Reviewed by Clint Burnham
Teth by Sheila E. Murphy, Reviewed by John Tritica
West of Mass by Jim McCrary, Reviewed by Charles Pymell

2.1 Fall 199

Explications by Nick Piombino
Narrative as Poetic Space by Stephen-Paul Martin
Annotation of Emily Dickinson's poem, 1203 by Juliana Spahr
Linen Minus by Susan Gevirtz, Reviewed by Susan Smith Nash
Her Angel by Karen Kelley, Reviewed by Don Featherston
Strong Place by Tim Dlugos, Reviewed by Kevin Killian

2.2 Spring 1994

David Bromige and Robert Grenier in Conversation
When New Time Folds Up by Kathleen Fraser, Reviewed by Susan Smith Nash
A Hundred Flowers by Janet Grey, Reviewed by Susan Smith Nash

Summer 1994
Dear M: Signed P by Paul Naylor
The Avant-Garde As Open Possibility by Mark Wallace and Jefferson Hansen
Song of the Andoumboulou by Nathaniel Mackey, Reviewed by Christopher Funkhouser
The Present: A Play By Leslie Scalapino, Reviewed by Carol Ciavonne
Errata 5uite by Joan Retallack, Reviewed by Susan Smith Nash

Winter 1994
Community and the Individual Talent by Charles Bernstein
On Subjectivity by Daniel Barbiero
KLAONICA: Poems for Bosnia ed. Ken Smith & Judi Benson, Reviewed by Dan Featherston
Walk by Cole Swensen, Reviewed by Chris Stroffolino
The Garment in Which No One Had Slept by Pam Rehm, Reviewed by Clint Burnham
A Veil in the Sand by Susan Smith Nash, Reviewed by W.B. Keckler
Helen Keller or Arakawa by Madeline Gins, Reviewed by Serge Gavronsky

Spring 1995
On the Lyric as Experimental Possibility by Mark Wallace
Roman Reading by Karl Young
The Poetics of the Common Knowledge by Don Byrd, Reviewed by Robert Grenier
The Poetics of the Common Knowledge by Don Byrd, Reviewed by Chris Stroffolino
The Art of Practice, ed. Dennis Barone and Peter Ganick, Reviewed by Daniel Barbiero
Left Hand Books, Reviewed by Harry Polkinhorn

3.3 Fall 1995
Leslie Scalapino by Susan Smith Nash
Poem's Tensity by Mark DuCharme
Under World Arrest by Clayton Eshleman, Reviewed by Dan Featherston
A Veil in the Sand by Susan Smith Nash, Reviewed by Stephen Ellis
The Natural History of Trees by John Perelman, Reviewed by David Giannini
All Acts Are Simply Acts by Edward Foster, Reviewed by Stephen Ellis

Spring 1996
Grenier's "Scrawl" by Stephen Ratcliffe
Towards a Poetics of Jouissance by Carl Peters
Fear and Philosophy by Stephen-Paul Martin, Reviewed by Andrew Joron
Tiny Courts by David Bromige, Reviewed by Douglas A. Powell
Asphalt Cigar by Kevin Connolly, Reviewed by Clint Burnham
Book Briefs by Susan Smith Nash

Summer 1996
Towards A Free Multiplicity of Form by Mark Wallace
"Our Words Were The Form We Entered" by Loss Pequeño Glazier
Things To Do After The New York Poetry Talks by Chris Stroffolino
Truth: A Book of Fictions by bpNichol, Reviewed by Crag Hill
Wave-Run by Tod Thielman, Reviewed by Stephen Ellis

4.3 Fall 1996
Anarchism and Culture by Jefferson Hansen
Assembling: A Review by Loss Pequeño Glazier
Journey to Hoboken by Henry Gould
Sining Contradiction by Noah de Lissovay
Our Theories, Our Selves by Daniel Barbiero
Crossing Boundaries by Cynthia Hogue
The Multiplied Faces of One-On_One by Stephen Ellis
Publications Received

5.1 Spring 1997
Eigner's Scores by Stephen Ratcliffe
Paragram As Is Hypertext by William Marsh
The Marginalization of Poetry by Bob Perelman, Reviewed by Susan M. Schultz
The Trouble With Genius by Bob Perelman, Reviewed by Dan Featherson
Made to Seem by Rae Armantrout, Reviewed by Kasey Cummings and Carl Peters
Narrative's Journey: The Writing of Dorothy Richardson, Reviewed by Susan Gevertz
Clown At Wall: Kenneth Bernard Reader, Reviewed by Tod Thilleman

5.2 Summer 1997
Some Speculation on the Mystery of Araki Yasusada by Mikhail Epstein
Exposing the Nerve by William Marsh
A Response to Jefferson Hansen by Stephen Ellis
The Fuzzy Logic Series by Joe Ross, Reviewed by Chris Stroffolino

5.3 Fall 1997
The Sense of Being Right by Henry Gould
Against the Impossibility of Literary Community by Franklin Bruno
EyeRhymes: A Report by Douglas Barbour
Nothing the Sun Could Not Explain, ed. Michael Palmer et al, Reviewed by Guy Bennett
The Fuzzy Logic Series by Joe Ross, Reviewed by Mark Du Charme
Sonnets of a Penny-A-Liner by Mark Wallace, Reviewed by Carol Marakove

6.1 Spring 1998
The Poetry of Ivan Zhdanov by Thomas Epstein
Constructing Beauty by Paul Vangelisti
Literary Portraits in Recent Cinema by Gilbert Alter-Gilbert
perhaps this is a rescue fantasy by Heather Fuller, Reviewed by William Marsh
Credence by Dennis Phillips, Reviewed by Jacques Debrot

6.2 Summer 1998
Paradise as Praxis by Peter Quartermain (on Bruce Andrews)
Light Street by Nick Piombino, Reviewed by Juliana Spahr
Homing Devices by Liz Waldner, Reviewed by Guy Bennett
eyetrouble by Martha Ronk, Reviewed by Standard Schaefer
Desire and Its Double by Norma Cole, Reviewed by Brian Lucas

6.3 Fall/Winter 1998
The Pragmatic Spirit of Collaboration by Mark Wallace
Why I Love A Stanza by Henry Gould
Close Listening, Ed. Charles Bernstein, Reviewed by Brian Kim Stefans
Poems for the Millennium, Ed. Jerome Rothenberg & Pierre Joris, Reviewed by Jefferson Hansen

7.1 Spring 1999
Concerning the Visual in Poetry by Guy Bennett
Grep: A Grammar by Loss Pequeño Glazier
A Small Balletic Hive by Will Alexander
Robert Grenier's Opems by Michael Basinski
7.2 Spring 2000
Bartelby the Writer by Martin Nakell
The Fulfilling Word by Patrick Pritchett