Volume 07, Number 3, May 1997

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Table of Contents


Editor’s Introduction




Twelve Blue

Michael Joyce



Diana Reed Slattery


Book Unbound

John Cayley


The Heimlich Home Page of Cyberspace

The Tribe of the Chalk (Andrew Herman & Co.)


Hypertextual Articles


‘Through Light and the Alphabet:’ An Interview with Johanna Drucker

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum


Jumping to Occlusions

Loss Pequeño Glazier




Intimate Bureaucracies & Infrastructuralism: A Networked Introduction to Assemblings

Craig Saper




“Impassable Passages: Derrida, Aporia, and the Question of Politics.” Review of Richard Beardsworth, Derrida & the Political. New York: Routledge, 1996.

François Debrix


“Reactivating Deleuze: Critical Affects After Cultural Materialism.” Review of Paul Patton, ed., Deleuze: A Critical Reader. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1996.

Paul Trembath


“Penrose’s Triangles: The Large, The Small, and The Human Mind.” Review of Richard Penrose’s The Large, The Small, and The Human Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997.

Arkady Plotnitsky


“Enter Virtuosi: Erudition Makes Its Return.” Review of The New Erudition Ed. Randolph Starn. Spec. issue of Representations 56 (1996): 1-143.

Michael Witmore


“Kerouac: Kicks Joy Darkness.” Review of Kerouac: Kicks Joy Darkness. Ryko RCD, 1997.

Robert Elliot Fox


“Play the Blues, Punk.” Review of R.L. Burnside, A Ass Pocket Full of Whiskey, Matador, 1996; and Jon Spenser Blues Explosion, Now I Got Worry, Matador/Capitol, 1997.

Bill Freind


“Dry Leatherette: Cronenberg’s Crash.” Review of David Cronenberg, Crash. Fine Line Features, 1996.

Terry Harpold