NOAM CHOMSKY: Iraq Is a Trial Run
From Iraq to world empire: the unveiling
of the American Dream.
MARK KINGWELL and Joe Gelonesi: SPEEDING
TO A STANDSTILL
If happiness gladly follows the fiber
optic path of least resistance, why are we so unhappy?
CITY OF GOD reviewed by J. K. Doughton
Rio. City of nights, city of lights,
City of God?" A dust-encrusted slum of roving gangs of
amoral youth that rob, rape and shoot."
THE ART OF GUY BENSON by Marissa
de Consiglieri de Chackal
There's daylight in their eyes 'and
we want to travel with them and travel blind.' Benson's Archangels
spending time in the great divide.
SIX DEGREES OF BLUES with Emanuel
Delbert McClinton: staving off the fossilization of the blues.
DAVID SOLWAY: Recollections of a
Words are not self-interpreting says
Wittgenstein. But in the hands of a wordsmith like Solway, language
can be made to bare its innermost being.
ALL GONE by Charles Lambert
All about Mother, the shop, and the
sister "she sat on a high-chair behind the counter where
she was petted by customers. She wriggled beneath their hands."
MY DIGITAL INTIMATE by Robert Fanning
"A web of luminous threads.
The network reels its far spun luster." Can it cut metaphysical
POLITICAL POETRY: Flowers and Fangs,
Glory and Gore by Shane Neilson
The political poem (polemic) is making
a come back. The reasons are as compelling as the poetry itself.
THE ROIL OVER OIL by Bernard Dubé
The h-oil-ier than thou complot between
the French, Germans, Russians and Chinese.
ROBERT J. LEWIS: For Whom the Genes
Will we mutate in time? Human destiny
at the cross-roads two nooses before the abyss.