Complete Bibliography, 1960-2001

1960-61

ESSAYS:

"The Absurdity of Our Contemporary Culture: Paul Goodman's Recent Books," Prairie Schooner, XXXV/2 (Summer 1961), pp. 149-56.

"Colin Wilson Reconsidered," Brown Daily Herald (November 10, 1961), pp. 2-3.

"Henry Miller: An Evaluation," The Supplement, Brown Daily Herald (November 26, 1961), pp. 7-8.

"Saul Bellow: The Foremost Novelist of Our Time," Brown Daily Herald (November 29, 1961), pp. 2, 4.

REVIEWS:

Brown Daily Herald: Norman O. Brown's Life Against Death (October 31, 1960).

Brown Review: Harold Rosenberg's The Tradition of the New and Paul Goodman's The Empire City (Autumn 1960).

Brunonia: The Voices of Dissent (Spring 1960).

The Supplement, Brown Daily Herald: Mary McCarthy's On the Contrary (September 26, 1961).

1962

ESSAYS:

"Metaphors for Poetry: Stanley Edgar Hyman's The Tangled Bank," Columbia Spectator Supplement, III, 6 (May 11, 1962), pp. 1, 2, 4.

"The Connection: Heroin as Existential Choice," The Texas Quarterly V, 4 (Winter, 1962), pp. 159 62.

REVIEWS:

Arizona Quarterly: James F. Light's Nathanael West: An Interpretative Study (Summer 1962). Benjamin Nelson's Tennessee Williams: The Man and His Work (Winter1962).

Kenyon Review: Paul Goodman's Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals (Summer, 1962).

Saturday Review: Constance A. Newland's My Self and I (June 9, 1962).

Southwest Review: Martin Esslin's The Theatre of the Absurd (Autumn 1962).

1963

ESSAYS:

"The Art of Total No," Contact, IV/ 2 (September, 1963), pp. 63 70. [Reprinted, revised, as "New American Theatre: 1962 63, Stand (England), VI/4 (Sprlng 1964), pp. 53 62.]

"The Critlc's Fiction," Mldstream, IX/3 (September 1963), pp. 93 97.

"Legman's Legacy," Contact, IV/1 (July 1963), pp. 68 71.

"Leslie A. Fiedler: Voice of the West," Columbia Spectator Supplement, IV/2 (February 15, 1963), pp. 1, 3, 4.

"The Talent of laaac Rosenfeld," Chicago Jewish Forum, XXII/2 (Winter, 1963-64), pp. 145 48.

REVIEWS:

Chicago Jewish Forum: H. Stuart Hughes's An Approach to Peace (Spring 1963). James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time (Fall 1963),

Commonweal: Three books of recent Russian literature (January 11, 1963). José Clemente Orozco's An Autobiography (January 18, 1963). Fiction by Calvin Kentfield and Evan S. Connell, Jr. (August 23, 1963).

New York Herald Tribune Books: Dan Jacobson' s Time of Arrival (September 8, 1963).

New York Times Book Review: Curtis Jahn's American Contemporary (November 24, 1963).

Progressive: Dwight Macdonald's Against the American Grain (February, 1963). Harold Courlander's Negro Folk Music, U.S.A. and LeRoi Jones's Blues People: Negro Music in White America (December, 1963)`

Social Research: Deming Brown's Soviet Attitudes Toward American Writing (Autumn1963).

Southwest Review: Louis D. Rubin Jr., and Robert D.Jacobs' South: Modern Southern Literature in Its Cultural Setting (Summer 1963).

The Vlllage Voice: Vladimlr Nabokov 's The Gift (June 13, 1963). John Simon's Acid Test (August 29, 1963).

1964

BOOKS:

On Contemporary Literature (New York: Avon Books). Edited, with an introduction.

ESSAYS:

"The Bad Criticism of This Age," Minnesota Review, IV (Spring, 1964). pp. 387 414.

"A Communication," Contact, IV/4 (April May, 1964), pp. 73 74.

"Contemporary Literature," On Contemporary Literature, pp. xv xxvii.

"The Critical Eye," Chicago Jewish Forum, XXII/4 (Summer, 1964), pp. 375 79.

"Edward Albee," On Contemporary Literature, pp. 225 231.

"Jean Genet" (with Jonathan Cott), On Contemporary Literature, pp. 347 365.

"Nabokov's Obtuse Fool," On Contemporary Literature, pp. 481 485. [Reprinted, The Glasgow Review, II (Autumn, 1965), pp. 12-14.]

Postscript, 1964, on Iris Murdoch, On Contemporary Literature, p. 472.

Profile of Peter Hall, New York Herald Tribune (Paris Edition), (December 28, 1964), 1 p.

"The Reactions Against Herman Kahn's Work: A Critical History," Selected Essays in Foreign Policy, 1963-64 (New York: International Fellows Program of Columbia University), pp. 45 52.

REVIEWS:

Book Week: Henry Miller on Writing, edited by Thomas H. Moore (November 8, 1964).

Chicago Jewish Forum: M. Stanton Evans' Revolt on Campus (Winter1963 64). Ivan Gold’s Nickel Miseries (Fall 1964).

New York Times Book Review: Tommaso Landolfi's Gogol’s Wife (January 5, 1964). Luis Harss' The Little Men (April 5, 1964). J. P. Donleavy's Meet My Maker the Mad Molecule (September 27, 1964).

New York Herald Tribune (Paris Edition): The Royal Shakespeare Company's productions of Shakespeare' s complete English histories (October 27, 1964). Spike Milligan's adaptation of Son of Oblomov (December 10, 1964). Henry Livings's Eh? (December 12, 1964).

Progressive: Two books of avant garde literature (June 1964).

Sewanee Review: Edward Albee’s adaptation of The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (Autumn 1964).

Shenandoah: Sergio Pacifici’s A Guide to Contemporary Italian Literature (Winter, 1964) .

1965

BOOKS:

The New American Arts (New York: Horizon Press). Edited, with an introduction.

ESSAYS:

“The American Absurd Novel," The Listener, LXXIII, 1885 (May 13, 1965), pp. 705, 708. [Reprinted as ''The Point Is That Life Doesn’t Have Any Point,” The New York Times Book Review (June 6, 1965), pp. 3, 28, 30.]

"America's Novel,” The Scotsman Week-end Magazine (April 10,1965), p. 1. [Reprinted, in French translation, as “Le roman américain ‘absurde,’” Les Temps Modernes, 239 (April. 1966), pp. 1856 -1861; in On Contemporary Literature, 2nd ed., ed. R. Kostelanetz (N.Y.: Avon, 1969), pp. 634-643.]

“Finding Fiedler,” Twentieth Century (London), CLXXIV/1026, (Summer 1965), pp. 68-70.

“From Nightmare to Serendipity: A Retrospective Look at William Burroughs, " Twentieth Century Literature, II, 3 (October, 1965). pp, 123 30.

“Ginsberg Makes the World Scene,” The New York Times Magazine (July 11, 1965), pp.22-23, 27, 30, 32-33. [Reprinted, in part, Jewish Digest (October 1966), pp. 32-36.]

"Lee Strasberg," Plays and Players, XII, 9 (June 1965), p. 3.

“Men of the Thirties,” Commonweal, LXXXI (December 3, 1965), pp, 266-69

"Militant Minorities,” Hudson Review, XVIII (Autumn, 1965), pp. 472-76, 478, 480. (Also, “A Communication ,” XVIII (Winter 1966-67), pp. 632, 634, 636.)

“The New American Fiction," The New American Arts, pp. 194 236. [Reprinted, condensed, Ramparts, III/5 (January February 1965) , pp. 57-60, 62.]

"The New American Theatre," The New Amerlcan Arts, pp. 50-87. [Reprinted, entire, as “Il nuovo teatro Americano,” Nuova Presenza (Milan), 15 16 (Autumno-Inverno, 1964-65),' pp. 20 61; entire, Theatron (Athens), 21 (Autunno, 1966); entire, Revista de Occidente (Madrid), III/32 (November, 1965), pp. 21449; abridged, “The Off-Broadway Talent." Encore, XI/6 (November December 1964), pp. 31 44. A section, extracted and revised, “The Living Theater: With the Force of a Plague,” Prompt (London) I/7 (Summer, 1966), pp. 23-26.]

“Notes on the American Short Story Today,” The Minnesota Review, V/3 (August-October, 1965), pp. 214 2t, (Reprinted, "The Short Story in Search of Status,” Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1027 (Autumn, 1965), pp. 65~69; Nuova Presenza (Milan), 23 (1967), pp. 21-35. Revised and expanded, "Introduction," Twelve from the Sixties (New York: Dell Books, 1967), pp. 9-21.

"Notes on the New Arts in America," The New Amerlcan Art, pp. 11 30. [Abridged, Books, U.S.A., 14 (London: USIS), pp. 3-9. Abridged, Ark: The Journal of the Royal College of Art, 38 (Summer1965), pp. 2-11.]

“Pornography,” Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1026 (Summer1965). pp. 4 10.

"The Zoo Story,” programme note to the London Theatre Royal’s production of Edward Albee's play (February 1965).

REVIEWS:

Commonweal: Marc Slonim's Soviet Russian Literature. Writers and Problems, and Andrew Field’s Pages from Tarusa (March 9,1965). Wilfrid MeIlers’ Music in a New Found Land (June 18, 1965). Five booknotes for Christmas reading (December 3, 1966).

Encore (London): John Antrobus's You’ll Come To Love Your Sperm Test (a play) (March April, 1965).

Listener: Daniel Boorstin's The Americans: The Colonial Experience, Howard Mumford Jones’ O Strange New World, Clarence Ver Steeg’s The Formative Years, and Esmond Wright’s Fabric of Freedom (May 20, 1965).

Nation: Gisela Elsner°s The Giant Dwarfs (October 4, 1965). Alfred Anderach’s The Night of the Giraffe, Adolfo Bioy Cesares's The Invention of Morel, Pierre Gascar's Women and the Sun, Jakov Lind's Soul of Wood, Alberto Moravia's The Fetish, Morgan's The Modern Image, (October 11, 1965).

New York Times Book Review: Leslie A. Fiedler's Back to China (August 1, 1965). Gina Berriault’s The Mistress (September 19, 1965).

Partisan Review: Hayden Carruth and J. Laughlin's A New Directions Reader and J. Laughlin’s New Directions in Prose and Poetry, 18 (Summer 1965).

Plays and Plavers: The Habimah production of S. Ansky's The Dybbuk (July, 1965).

Progressive: Edgar Z. Friedenberg's Coming of Age in America and The Dignity of Art and Other Ataviams (December, 1965).

Quartet: Stanley Kubrick's Doctor Strangelove (Spring, 1965).

Sewanee Review: Ralph Ellison 's Shadow and Act (Winter 1965). [Reprinted, expanded, as “The Negro Genius,” Twentieth Century, CLXXVI, 1033 (Second Quarter 1967), pp. 49-50.]

Shenandoah: James Dickey’s The Suspect in Poetry (Spring 1965). [Reprinted as “Flyswatter and Gadfly,” in Richard J. Calhoun’s James Dickey: The Expansive Imagination {Everett/Edwards, 1973), pp. 135-41.]

Sunday Times Magazine (London): A dozen paperbacks of contemporary European fiction (March 28, 1965). Nine paperbacks of contemporary American fiction (November 7, 1965)

Tribune (London): B. S. Johnson and Zulfikar Ghose's Statement Against Corpses, Ellis Ayitey Komey and Ezekiel Mphahlele's Modern African Stories , and A. D. Maclean’s Winter Tales 10 (January 6, 1965).

BOOKLET:

La Cultura do Los Estadoa Unidos en la Actualidad. Washington, DC: United States Information Service, 1966. 5 pp.

ESSAYS:

"The Artist as Playwright and Engineer,” The New York Times Magazine (October 9, 1966). pp. 32 33, 109 110, 114, 119 20, 122, 124.

"Criticizing the Crltics," Holiday, XXXIX/3 (March, 1966), 158b, 158d, 158f, 158g.

"The English Literary Scene: An American View,” Salmagundi, I/3 (1966), pp., 39 55. [Reprinted as. "Where Have All the Critics Gone," Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1029 (Spring, 1966), pp. 58 64.]

"Marshall McLuhan: A Hot Apostle in a Cool Culture,” Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1031 (Autumn, 1966), pp. 38 4S. [Reprinted as, "Ojeada critica al pensamiento de Marshall McLuhan," Revista de Occidente (Madrid), V/2 (Agosto, 1967), pp. 200 20. Abridged, as, "Marshall McLuhan: Making the Unconscious Conscious," Commonweal, LXXXV, 15 (Jan. 20, 1967), pp. 420 26; reprinted in Bernard Bergonzi, ed., Innovations (Macmillan [London], 1968), pp. 134 149; Raymond Rosenthal. ed., McLuhan Pro and Con (Funk & Wagnalls, 1968). pp. 207 229; Harry H. Crosby and George R. Bond. eds., The McLuhan Explosion (American Books, 1968), pp. 131 142.]

“‘The New American Fiction' Reconsidered,” Tri Quarterly, II/2 (Winter, 1 967), pp. 279~286. [Reprinted, in part, in On Contemporary Literature (N.Y.: Avon, 1969), pp. 643-652.]

"New York in Fiction,” Columbia University Forum. IX/3 (Summer 1966), pp. 44 46.

“‘Our Greatest Living Man of Letters' [Edmund Wilson]," The Reporter, XXXIV/ 2 (January 27, 1966), pp. 53 4. [Reprinted as, "The Other Mr. Wilson," Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1028 (Winter, 1966), pp. 71 72.]

“The Prevalence of Paul Goodman," The New York Times Magazine (April 3, 1966), pp. 70 71, 91, 93, 96, 98, 100.

REVIEWS:

Art Voices: La Monte Young's The Tortoise. The Dream and Journeys (Autumn, 1966).

Cavalier: Susan Sontag's Against Interpretation (June. 1966). [Reprinted, enlarged, as "The Susan Sontag Story So Far," Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1032 (First Quarter 1967).]

Chicago Review: Martha Foley's The Best American Short Stories, 1964 & 1965; Richard Poirier and William Abrahams' Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards, 1965 & 1966; and William Peden's The American Short Story (Autumn 1966).

Commonweal: Rlchard Hofstadter's The Paranoid Style in American Politics (February 18, 1966). Newton Arvin's American Pantheon and R.W.B. Lewis's Trials of This World (October 7, 1966). Five Booknotes for Christmas Reading (December 2, 1966).

Nation: Walter Johnson & Francis J. Colligan’s The Fulbright Program (June 13, 1966).

Progressive: Gilbert Osofsky's Harlem: The Making of the Ghetto (May 1966).

Shenandoah: Robert Brustein's Seasons of Discontent and The Theatre of Revolt; and Charles Marowitz, Tom Milne, and Owen Hale's The Encore Reader (Summer1966).

Twentieth Century: A. Alvarez's Under Pressure (Summer 1966). [Reprinted. expanded, Massachusetts Review (Summer 1968).]

1967

BOOKS:

Las Nuevas Artes Notreamericanas. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Bibliografica Omeba. 297 pp. [Spanish translation.]

Novos Rumos de Artes. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Lidador. [Portuguese translation.]

Twelve from the Sixties. N.Y.: Dell, 272 pp. Edited, with an introduction.

The Young American Writers. N.Y.: Funk & Wagnalls, 365 pp. Edited, with an introduction and a contribution.


BOOKLETS

Music of Today. N.Y.: Time, Inc., 59 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS s

"The American Absurd Novel," in Douglas M. Davis, ed., The World of Black Humor. N.Y.: Dutton, pp. 306 313,

ESSAYS:

“‘Commentary' Scrutinized," Minnesota Review, VII/3 (November 1967).

"The Compleat Critic," Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, l032 (First Quarter 1967), pp. l7 19. [Reprinted, enlarged, as "Thoughts on Criticism," Panache, 2 (l968), pp. 44 50.]

"Culture and Pseudo Culture," Twentieth Century, CLXXIV, 1033 (Second Quarter 1967), pp. 38 39.

"The Glenn Gould Variations," Esquire, LXCIII/5 (Nov., 1967), pp. 142, 144 45, 165, 167. [Reprinted in William Kilbourn, ed., Canada: A Guide to the Peaceable Kingdom (Toronto: Macmillan, 1970) , pp, 320 25.]

"The Harlem I Know," Congress Bi Weekly, XXXIV/3 (February 6, 1967), pp. 8-10.

"How Best Sellers Become Best Sellers (Usually)," Books, IV/4 (May, 1967), pp. 1, 5.

"Modern Music Criticism and the Literate Layman," Perspectives of New Music, IV/1 (Fall Winter 1967), pp. 119 33.

"The Perils and Paucities of Democratic Radicalism," Salmagundi, II/l (Spring1967), pp. 44 60.

"The Politics of Ellison's Booker: Invisible Man as Symbolic History," Chicago Review, XIX/2 (1967), pp. 5 26. [Reprinted in Robert Hemenway, ed., The Black Novelist (Columbus, OH: Bell & Howell, 1970), pp. 80-110; Joseph F. Trimmer, ed., A Casebook on Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man (N.Y.: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1972), pp. 28l 305.]

"Scene But Not Herd: USCO," Harper's Bazaar, CI/3073 (December 1967), pp. 52, 7l, 75, 84.

"The Space of Man," Urban Review, II/3 (December 1967), pp. 4, 28.

"The Two Extremes of Avant-Garde Music," The New York Times Magazine (Jan. 15, 1967), pp. 34, 52, 54 55, 57, 59, 62, 64. [Reprinted, abridged, in Polish translation, Ameryka, 106 (1967), pp. 10 13; in Russian translation, America Illustrated, 133 (l967), pp. l0 13; in Rumanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, and Czech translations, The Cultural Bulletin (USIA).]

"Understanding McLuhan (In Part)," The New York Times Magazine (Jan. 29, 1967), pp. 18, 37, 40, 42, 44, 47, 50. [Reprinted, entire, in Fort Lauderdale News (March 19, 1967), pp. 13 28; in Harry H. Crosby and George R. Bond, eds., The McLuhan Explosion (American Books, 1968); William P. Lineberry, ed., Mass Communications (N.Y.: H.W. Wilson, 1969), pp. 37 48; Ben B. Seligman, ed., Molders of Modern Thought (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1970), pp. 298 312; Wilbert F. Moore, ed., Technology and Social Change (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1972), pp. 90 104; in Braille, Ventures, IX/2 (Spring, 1967). Abridged as "Meet Marshall McLuhan," Catholic Digest, XXX/3 (July, 1967), pp. 127 35. Revised as "High Priest of the Electronic Jungle," Dialogue, I/1 (1968), pp. 55- 61; in Spanish translation, "EL Gran Maestro de La Jungla Plectronica," Facetas, I/l (l968), pp. 55 61; in Polish translation, Ameryka, 108 (1968), pp. 30-33; in Russian translation, America Illustrated, 135 (1968), pp. 30 33; in Serbian translation, Ivan Colonic, ed., Makluanova Galaksija (Beogard: Narodni Univerzitet Braca Stamenkovic, 1971), pp. 21-64.]

REVIEWS:

Commonweal: Gertrude Stein's The Making of Americans and Daniel Spoerri's The Anecdoted Typography of Chance (January 13, 1967). John Jacobus's Twentieth Century Architecture: The Middle Years. 1940 1965 (Aug. 25, 1967).Lucy R. Lippard's Pop Art and Brian O'Doherty 's Object and Idea (Dec. 29, 1967).

New York History: Robert W. Stallman and F. R. Hagemann, eds., The New York Sketches of Stephen Crane and Related Pieces (July, 1967).

Progressive: Charles Kiel's Urban Blues and Martin T. Williams's Where's the Melody? (Feb., 1967),

Reporter: Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore's The Medium Is the Massage (April 20, 1967). R. P. Blackmur's A Primer of Ignorance (June 1, 1967).

1968

BOOKS:

The Theatre of Mixed Means. N.Y.: Dial. 311 pp. [Reprinted, London: Pitman's.]

Beyond Left & Right. N.Y.: Morrow. 436 pp. Edited, with an introduction. [Reprinted, abridged, in Japanese translation, Tokyo: Diamond, 1974.]

BOOKLETS;

Piccola anthologia della nuova poesia americana. Milan: Nuova Presenza. Edited, with a preface. 70 pp.

ESSAYS:

"The Astounding Success of Elliott Carter," High Fidelity, XVIII/5 (May, 1968), pp. 41 45. [Reprinted, abridged, in Russian translation, America Illustrated, 146 (Dec., 1968), and in Polish translation, Ameryka, 119 (December 1968).]

"A Conversation with Robert Rauschenberg," Partisan Review, XXV/ l (Winter 1968), pp. 92 109,

"Critical Writing for American Magazines," Works, I/4 (Summer 1968), pp. 84 95.

"Dada and the Future of Fiction," Works, I/3 (Spring 1968), pp. 58-66. [Reprinted, abridged, Dada Surrealism, I/1 ( 1971), pp. l9 26.]

"Fictions for a Negro Politics: The Neglected Novels of W.E.B. DuBois," Xavier University Studies, VII/2 (July 1968),pp. 5 39. [Reprinted, William L. Andrews, ed., Critical Essays on W.E.B. DuBois (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1985), pp. 173-94.]

“The Graduate School Blues, National Review, XX/I0 (March 12, 1968).

"Kaprow Conversation,” Twentieth Century, CLXXVI/2 (1968), pp. 38 43.

"McLuhan's Message," Book of the Year Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica), pp. 655 56.

"New Sound for a Plugged In Age," Look, XXXII/1 (January 9, 1968), p. 45.

“One-Man Think Tank,” New York Times Magazine (December 1, 1968), pp. 59, 82, 86, 88, 92, 96, 97, 105, 106, 114, 122, 123.

"Radical Thought for Our Time," S.F. Earthquake, I/4 (Summer Fall 1968) pp. 18 29. [Abridged, Books, V/8 (September 1968), p. 3.]'

"Il teatro americano é spettacolo non litteratura," Sipario, 272 (December 1968), pp. 20 21.

"Le théâtre des formes mêlées," Les Lettres Nouvelles (Nov. Dec., L968), pp. 104 115.

"The Theatre of Mixed Means," Works, I/2 (Winter, 1968), pp. 41 66. [Reprinted, abridged, in Italian translation, "Il teatro dei Mezzi Misti," Sipario, 272 (Dec., 1968), pp. 132 36; abridged differently, also in Italian, "Il theatre of mixed means," Nuova Presenza, 31 (1969), pp. 1 13.]

"(The Theatre of Mixed Means) A Conversation with Robert Whitman (Within a Critical Parenthesis)," Cultural Affairs, 2 (1968), pp. 28 34.

"We Don't Know Any Longer Who I Was," New York Times (March 17, 1968), p. D9.

"The Young Writers," Writer's Yearbook (1968), pp. 80 81, 110-113.

VISUAL POEMS:

"Disintegration," Agentzia, 11/12 (1968).

"Disintegration," "Miscegenation," "Smog," S. F. Earthquake, 4 (Fall 1968).

"Football Forms, I VI," Approches, 3 (1968). [Reprinted in Jean François Bory, ed., Once Again (N.Y.: New Directions), pp. 40 43; Choice, 6 (1970), pp. 30 33; Eugene Wildman, ed., Experiments in Prose (Chicago: Swallow, 1969), pp. 268 71; R. R. Knudsen and P.K. Emert, eds., Sports Poems (N.Y.: Dell, 1971), pp. 50 53; and Massin, Letter and Image (Paris: Gallimard; N.Y.: Van Nostrand; Ravensburg, Germany: Otto Maier, 1970), p. 235 in all editions.]

"Hiroshima," "Pie," Columbia University Forum, XI/3 (Fall 1968).

"Nymphomania," Once Again (N.Y.: New Directions).

"Tributes to Henry Ford, I III," in Paul Carroll, ed., The Young American Poets (Chicago: Follett), pp. 227 9. [Reprinted in Geoffrey Summerfield, ed., Voices (Chicago: Rand McNally; Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1969), pp. 84 86; Stephen Dunning, et al, eds., Poetry (N.Y.: Scholastic, 1970), pp. 58, 60, 62; in an augmented version, Continuum, 2 (l969); Bruce Vance, ed., Being Born and Growing Older (Toronto: Van Nostrand, l97 1), pp. 69 74; Richard Woollatt & Raymond Souster, eds., Sights and Sounds (Toronto: Macmillan, 1973), pp. 9 13; J. Paul Hunter, ed., Poetry: The Norton Introduction to Poetry (N.Y.: W. W. Norton, 1973); abridged, in Practical English, VLI/9 (March 21, 1969).

REVIEWS:

Commonweal: The Autobiography of W.E.B. DuBois (November 1, 1968).

Kenyon Review: Allan Kaprow's Assemblage, Environments & Happenings and Claes Oldenburg's Store Days (Issue 3, 1968)

Progressive: Herman Kahn & Anthony J. Wiener's The Year 2000 and Stuart Chase's The Most Probable World (March, 1968). Tom Wolfe's The Pump House Gang & The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test (November 1968).

1969

BOOKS:

Master Minds. N.Y.: Macmillan. 370 pp. [Reprinted, in Spanish translation, as USA: Revolución Cultural? 450 pp. (Buenos Aires: Rodolfo Alonso Editor, 1972).]

On Contemporary Literature. Revised & expanded edition. 699 pp. N.Y.: Avon.

ESSAYS:

"The American Avant Garde: John Cage," Stereo Review, XXII/5 (May 1969), pp. 61 69. [Reprinted in Master Minds, pp. 115 31.]

"The American Avant Garde: Milton Babbitt," Stereo Review, XXTI/4 (April 1969), pp. 61 69. [Reprinted in Master Minds, pp. 210 33.]

"The Arts in America: 1968," Reader’s Digest 1969 Almanac and Yearbook (Pleasantville, N.Y.: The Reader's Digest Association), pp. 857 58,

"The Cast of American Painting," Denver Quarterly, IV/l (Spring 1969), pp, 98 109,

"Conversation with Stanley Kunitz," Ameryka, 121 (July 1969), pp. 33 36.

"The Cultural Geography of New York City," in Polish translation, Ameryka, 129 (October 1969); in Russian translation, America Illustrated, 155 (October 1969 ), pp . 27 29,

“An End to Art?” New York Magazine, II/16 (April 21, 1969), pp. 44 45.

"Fiddler (and Drumbeater) of the New, New Music," The New York Times Magazine (March 23, 1969), pp. 30 31, 122, 124, 126 27.

"Inferential Art," Columbia University Forum, XII/2 (Summer, 1969), pp.19 26. [Reprinted, in French translation, in Les Lettres Nouvelles (September October I970), pp. 19-44; in Korean translation, in Non Dan, VI/1 (July August, 1970); in English, in Dennis DeNitto, ed, Media for the Millions (N.Y.: Holt, 1971), pp. 470 82.

“John Cage: Some Random Remarks," Denver Quarterly, III/4 (Winter, 1969), pp. 91-103. [Reprinted, in Spanish translation, as "Algunas observaciones misceláneas sobre John Cage," Sur, 322-23 (January-April 1970), pp. 167-80; in English, in John Cage (N.Y.: Praeger, 1970), pp. 193 207.]

"Moholy Nagy: The Risk and Necessity of Artistic Adventurism," Salmagundi, 10-11 (Fall 1969 Winter 1970), pp. 273 91. [Reprinted in Moholy Nagy (N.Y: Praeger, 1970), pp. 3 16, 206 214.]

“The New Left,” Congress Bi-Weekly (March 10, 1969), pp. 5-7.

"The New Music," Yale Review, LIX/2 (December 1969), pp. 314 20.

"New Rock: Culture or Chaos?” in Polish translation, Ameryka, 127 (August 1969), pp. 26 31; in Russian translation, America Illustrated, 154 (August 1969), pp. 26 31.

''The Politics of Passing: The Fiction of James Weldon Johnson," Negro-American Literature Forum, III/L (Spring 1969), pp. 22-24, 29.

"The Politics of Unresolved Quests in the Novels of Richard Wright," Xavier University Studies (Spring 1970), pp. 31 64.

"Ralph Ellison: Novelist as Brown Skinned Aristocrat," Shenandoah, XX/4 (Summer 1969), pp. 56 77. [Reprinted in Master Minds, pp. 36 59.]

"Reactions and Alternatives: Post WWII American Poetry," Chelsea, 26 (May, 1969), pp. 7 34. "Reprinted, in Italian translation, as "La Poesia americana del second dopoguerra," Nuova Presenza, 34 5 (Estate-Autono, 1969), pp. l 25; abridged in English as "The Streams of Recent American Poetry," On Contemporary Literature (1969), pp. 653 61: in a different abridgement as “Postwar Poetry: Visions and Revisions," Diologue, lI/3 (1969), pp. 44 50; in Spanish translation, "Visiones y Revisiones: La Poesia de la Postguerra," Facetas, II/3 (1969), pp. 50 57.]

"Reinhold Niebuhr: The Man Who Mixes Politics and Religion," Ministry Today (October 1969), pp. 14 18. [Reprinted in Master Minds, pp. 234-50.]

"They All Came to Cage's Circus," New York Times (May 25, 1969), D23. [Reprinted in John Cage (N.Y.: Praeger, 1970), pp. 173 77.]

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Conversation with La Monte Young," in La Monte Young/Marian Zazeela, Selected Writings. Munich, Germany: Heinar Friedrich.

FICTIONS:

"One Night Stood," Panache, 3 (1969), pp. 39~45.

"Rain Rains Rain Variations," in Eugene Wildman, ed., Experiments in Prose (Chicago: Swallow), pp. 264 267.

VISUAL POETRY:

“A,” Extensions, 3 (1969).

“Chaos,” “Cultural Exchange,” “Disintegration,” “Miscegenation,” Chelsea, 26 (May 1969).

"Disintegration," "Ellipse," "Hiroshima,” “Truth,” US Quarterly, I/L (Summer 1969).

"Echo," as a card. Woodchester, Glos., England: Openings Press.

EXHIBITIONS:

Exposición international de la nueva poesia, Montevideo, Uruguay.

REVIEWS:

Artscanada: Moholy Nagy Exhibition Chicago (October 1969).

Ballet Review: Merce Cunningham's Changes Notes on Choreography (December 1969).

Rolling Stone: Samuel Charters' The Poetry of the Blues (February 1, 1969).

1970

BOOKS:

Visual Language. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling, 64 pp.

Imaged Words & Worded Images. N.Y.: Outerbridge & Dienstfrey, 96 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

John Cage. N.Y.: Praeger. Editied, with an introduction and contributions. [Reprinted, London: Allen Lane--Penguin, 1971; NY: Da Capo,1991. In German translation (Köln: DuMont Schauberg, 1973), 290 pp.; in Spanish abridgement, as Entrevista a John Cage (Barcelona: Anagrama, 1974), 77 pp.]

Moholy-Nagy. N.Y.: Praeger, 238 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions. [Reprinted, London: Allen Lane--Penguin, 1971; NY: Da Capo,1991.]

Possibilities of Poetry. N.Y.: Dell, 526 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling, 162 pp. Cocompiled, with a preface and contributions.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Allen Ginsburg," in Theodore L. Gross, ed., Representative Men (N.Y.: The Free Press), pp. 257-75.

ESSAYS:

"Artistic Machines," Ballet Review, III/4 (Aug., 1970), pp. 39-51. [Reprinted, enlarged and illustrated, Chicago Review, XXIII/1 (Summer 1971), pp. 116-33.]

"Conversations with Berryman," The Massachusetts Review, XI/1 (Spring 1970), pp. 340-47. [Reprinted, expanded, The American Poetry Review, IX/6 (Nov.- Dec. 1980), pp. 39-43.]

"The Lively Arts: 1969," Reader's Digest 1970 Almanac and Yearbook (Pleasantville, NY: The Reader's Digest Association), pp. 809-10.]

"Metamorphosis in Modern Dance," DanceScope, V/1 (Fall 1970), pp. 6-21.

"Metamorphosis in the Arts," The Futurist, IV/1 (Feb. 1970), pp. 23-25.

"The New Arts and Their Scenes," Arts in Society, VII/1 (Spring-Summer 1970), pp. 49-60.

"Notes," to John Cage: Music for Keyboard, 1935-48 (Columbia Records M25 819), 2 pp.

"One Poet's View of Politics," The New Democrat, I/2 (May 1970), p. 8.

"Recent Film Reconsidered," Shenandoah, XXI/4 (Summer 1970), pp. 70-88.

"Recent Music," Mundus Artium, IV/1 (Winter 1970), pp. 39-56.

"Rock and Its Culture," The New York Times Book Review, LXXVI/7-part II (Feb. 15, 1970), pp. 2-3, 8.

"The State of the Art of Painting," The North American Review, 255/4 (Winter 1970), pp. 52-60.

"Today's Rock Sound," Compton's Encyclopedia (Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica), pp. 400-02.

"Twenty-Five Hypotheses on Fiction," De Tafelronde, XV/3-4 (1970), pp. 86-88. [Reprinted in Panache (1971), PP. 3-5; American PEN, III/4 (Fall 1971), pp. 43-46; Ann Arbor Review, 19 (1974), pp. 40-41; Raymond Federman, ed., Surfiction (Chicago: Swallow, 1974), pp. 283-86.]

"Why Assembling?” Assembling, 2 pp. [Reprinted in The Book Review, 15 (Nov. 1970), pp. 14-15; American PEN, III/1 (Winter 1970-71), pp. 1-4.]

REVIEWS:

Commonweal: Jean-François Bory's Once Again, Mary Ellen Solt's Concrete Poetry: A World View, Eugene Wildman's The Chicago Review Anthology of Concretism, & Emmett Williams's An Anthology of Concrete Poetry (March 20, 1970).

POETRY:

"After Hawthorne," "Degenerate," "Echo," "Nixon-Nix," "Parallel Diagonals," "Sleep," "Extensions," in Imaged Words & Worded Images, pp. 8, 26, 27, 33, 80, 92.

"Anagogy," "Disintegration," "Miscegenation," "Nymphomania," in Possibilities of Poetry, pp. 454-57.

"Bikini," "Lollypop," Voyages, II/1-2 (Winter, 1970).

"Black-White," "Concentric," Hiram Poetry Review, 9 (Fall-Winter 1970).

"Conjugal Love," Ovum 10, II/3 (June 1970).

"Disintegration," Art International, XIV/7 (Sept. 20, 1970).

"Ellipse," "Lollypop," De Tafelronde, XV/3-4 (1970).

"Integration," "Orgasm," De Tafelronde, XV/1 (April, 1970). [The latter, "Orgasm," reprinted in Asa (Tokyo), 4 (1971); Marguerite Harris, ed., Loves, Etc. (Garden City: Doubleday Anchor, 1973), p. 20.]

"Museum," "P," The Smith, 11 (May 1970).

"Nixon-Noxin," New York Quarterly, I/4 (Fall 1970)

FICTIONS:

"Dialogue," "Excelsior," "Tripping," Assembling, 6 pp.

"In the Beginning" [in excerpt], Art International, XIV/7 (Sept. 20, 1970), p. 46.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Expose: Concrete Poetry," Indiana Univ. (Feb. 1970).

"Imaged Words & Worded Images," Loeb Student Center at New York Univ. (April 1970).

"Dorothy," Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, England (June 1970).

"Visual Poetry," Bookshop Gallery, Sunderland, England (June 1970)

"La Poesia degl. Anni 70," Brescia, Italy (Aug. 1970), and elsewhere.

"Exposicion Internacional de Ediciones de Vanguardia," Hall de la Universidad, Montevideo, Uruguay (Sept. 1970)

1971

BOOKS:

In the Beginning. Somerville, MA: Abyss, 64 pp.

Human Alternatives. N.Y.: Morrow, 297 pp. Edited, with an introduction.

Second Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling, 180 pp.

Social Speculations. N.Y.: Morrow, 306 pp. Edited, with an introduction.

REPRINTS OF BOOKS:

On Contemporary Literature. Hardbound (of 1964 first edition). Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries.

SPECIAL ISSUES OF LITERARY MAGAZINES:

"Future's Fictions," Panache (1971), 192 pp. Edited, with a preface and contributions.

"Young Writers," American PEN, III/4 (Fall 1971), 74 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

ESSAYS:

"Alternative Thinking," The Humanist, XXXI/5 (Sept.-Oct. 1971), pp. 20-26. [Reprinted in Human Alternatives, pp. xvii-xxxiii.]

"The American Literary Establishment," The San Francisco Book Review, 20 (June 1971), pp. 4-7, 36-38.

"Artistic Environments in the Sixties," South Dakota Review, VIII/4 (Winter 1970-71), pp. 17-35.

"Innovative Forms of Recent Sculpture," Studies in the Twentieth Century, 7 (Spring, 1971), pp. 1-20.

"Keeping the Alternative Faith Publishing," The Book Review, 18 (March 1971), pp. 11, 26-27, 38. [Reprinted, revised, as "Small Presses," Panache, 7 (1971), pp. 45-50.]

"Machine Art," Centennial Review, XV/2 (Summer 1971), pp. 229-49.

"New Fiction--What Directions?" Los Angeles Times--Book Review (Dec. 12, 1971), p. 2.

"'Nick the Knife,' or the Life of a Pro Football Doctor," The New York Times Magazine (Dec. 19, 1971), pp. 12-13, 15-16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26-27.

"The Perils of Newspaper Literacy," The Humanist, XXXI/4 (July-August 1971), pp. 32-33. [Reprinted in Seeing through Shuck (N.Y.: Ballantine, 1972), pp. 87-91.]

"The Rule of Power, Corruption and Repression," December, XIII/1-2 (1971), pp. 11-39.

"The State of New Poetry in America," Lotta Poetica, 2 (July 1971).

"Theatrical Events Mixed in Means," Confrontation, 4 (Winter 1970-71).

"Visions for Our Time," The Futurist, V/3 (June 1971), pp. 112-14, 118-20. [Reprinted in Social Speculations, pp. 19-30.]

"What Is To Be Done?" Chicago Review, XXIII/2 (Autumn 1971), pp. 41-65.

"Why Second Assembling?" Second Assembling, pp. 1-2.

"Young Writers in North America," American PEN, III/4 (Fall, 1971), pp. 1-30.

Untitled contribution to a symposium on "The Arts in a Technological Environment," Arts in Society, VIII/2 (Summer-Fall 1971), p. 497.

REVIEWS:

Arts in Society: Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers' El Lissitzky, Hans M. Wingler's The Bauhaus, & L. Moholy-Nagy's Painting Photography Film (Spring-Summer 1971).

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Cold War," "Concentric," "Disintegration," "Manifestoes," in Fred Wolven & Duane Locke, eds., New Generation: Poetry (Ann Arbor Review Books), pp. 24-27.

POEMS:

"Abracadabra," "Benedictine," "Conjugal Love," "Exponential," "Eye Chart," "Good Humor," "Justice," "Orthodontia," Ann Arbor Review, 13 (1971), pp. 26-34.

"Explosion," in Dana Atchley, ed., Space Atlas (Victoria, BC: Ace Space Co.), 2 pp.

"Is This Art?" Second Assembling (1971), 1 p.

"Sixth Street--First-Second Avenue," New York Quarterly, 6 (Spring 1971), p. 50.

"Sleep," "Echo," Read, XX/16 (April 16, 1971).

FICTIONS:

"Accounting," Panache (1971), pp. 7-21. [Reprinted as a booklet (Milianino sul Garda, Italy: Edizioni Amodulo, 1972), in a 12-page defective edition; in its correct version, as a 14-page booklet (Sacramento, CA: Poetry Newsletter, 1973).]

"Ascending," Second Assembling, 1 p.

"Biography," Penumbra, 10 (Fall 1971), pp. 52-56. [Reprinted, in a corrected version, Stations Three (1976), pp. 61-65; Laughing Bear, I/1 (Summer 1976), 5 pp.]

"Genesis," Unmuzzled Ox, I/1 (1971), pp. 51-58. [Reprinted in Jerry Bowles, ed., This Book Is a Movie (N.Y.: Dell), pp. 187-95.]

"In the End & the Beginning," Dust, 17 (1971), pp. 3-11.

"Milestones in a Life," Center, 2 (July 1971), p. 23. [Reprinted in In Youth (N.Y.: Ballantine, 1972), pp. 174-76.]

"On Fortune & Fate," Panache (1971), p. 33.

"Plateaux," Panache (1971), pp. 4-14. [Reprinted in Tabloid Story, 17; Oyez Review, 6 (1978), pp. 99-109.]

"Too Much," Box (California Institute for the Arts), I/1 (March 1971), 6 pp.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Texte-Bilder-Zeichen," Galerie Im Hof, Giessen, Germany (April-May 1971).

"Expo International of Propositions to Perform," Buenos Aires, Argentina (July 1971).

"Concrete Poetry," Harmanus Bleecker Library, Albany, NY (Oct. 1971).

"Rassegma dell'esoeditoria Italiana," Trento, Italy (Nov. 1971)

"International Concrete-Visual Poetry Exhibit," Shenendehowa Free Library, Clifton Park-Halfmoon, NY (Nov.-Dec. 1971).

1972

In Youth. N.Y.: Ballantine, 327 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

Seeing through Shuck. N.Y.: Ballantine, 343 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

Third Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling Press, 280 pp. Cocompiled, with a preface and contributions.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Disintegration," "Ellipse," "Hiroshima," "Truth," in Dan Omer, ed., Mixed-Media--Poetry: Anthology (Jerusalem: Orlogin), pp. 59-62.

"Notes on the American Short Story," in Hans Bungert, ed., Die Amerikanische Short Story (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft), pp. 368-87.

"Tributes to Henry Ford, I-III," in John Shawcross & Frederick R. Lapides, eds., Poetry and Its Conventions (N.Y.: Free Press), pp. 191-92.

"Twiggy," in Klaus Peter Dencker, ed., Text-Bilder Visuelle Poesie International (Köln: DuMont Schauberg), p. 134.

ESSAYS:

"Debunking Now," The Humanist, XXII/4 (July-Aug. 1972), pp. 21-22. [Reprinted in Seeing through Shuck, pp. 336-43.]

"Introduction," Liam O'Gallagher, The Blue Planet Notebooks (San Francisco), 1 p.

"Irvin Faust," "Leslie A. Fiedler," in James Vinson, ed., Contemporary Novelists (N.Y.: St. Martin's), pp. 411-12, 414-15.

"Literary Power and Literary Violence," Unmuzzled Ox, I/2 (Feb., 1972), pp. 59-88.

"New Literary Periodicals: Part I," Stuffed Crocodile, I/3 (Aug. 1972), pp. 45-75; "Part II," I/4 (Nov. 1972), pp. 75-98. [Reprinted, revised, Margins, 8 (Oct. & Nov. 1973), pp. 21-31.]

"New Poetries in America," Quadrant, XVI/6 (Nov.-Dec. 1972), pp. 27-33. [Reprinted, in a different form, Kontexts, 4 (Winter 172-73).]

"Recession in the Arts," Reader's Digest 1972 Almanac and Yearbook (Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest Association), pp. 801-02.

REVIEWS:

Commonweal: Ezra Pound's The Cantos (July 29, 1972).

POEMS:

"Abracadabra," "Diffuse," Abraxas, 7 (1972).

"Bikini," "Gossip," Asa, VI/6 (1972), pp. 61-62.

"Concentric," WBAI, XIII/1 (Jan. 1972).

"eme," Ghost Dance, 15 (Fall 1972), pp. 16-17. [Reprinted in Abraxas, 10 (1974), 2 pp.]

"I Articulations," untitled palindrome, Equal Time (N.Y.: Equal Time), pp. 40-41. [The latter is reprinted in Anyart Journal, IV/1 (Spring 1978), p. 46.]

"Inquisition," untitled alphabet, Panache, 9 (1972), pp. 30-31.

"Love-Evol," Third Assembling (1972), 1 p.

"Me," Confrontation, 5 (Winter-Spring 1972), p. 57.

"Telephone Dial Poem," Kontexts, 4 (Winter 1972-73), 1 p.

FICTIONS:

"Development" (excerpt), Confrontation, 5 (Winter-Spring 1972), p. 56. [Reprinted, entire, in Breakthrough Fictioneers (Something Else, 1973), pp. 325-27.]

"Entree," Unmuzzled Ox, I/3 (June 1972), p. 21.

"Excelsior," Voyages, IV/3-4 (Spring 1971-Spring 1972), pp. 131-35.

"Faster and Farther," Out of Sight, 97 (Dec. 1972), 2 pp.

"Logic," Penumbra, 11 (Fall 1972), 5 pp. [Reprinted in De Tafelronde, XVIII/2-3 (1973), pp. 47-51.]

"Memories," Art Work, No Commercial Value (N.Y.: Grossman), 5 pp.

"Spirits Measured," Third Assembling (1972), 1 p.

"Times Perceived," Unmuzzled Ox, I/2 (Feb. 1972), p. 89.

"TransAction," Konglomerati (Fall 1972), 1 p.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Exposicion Exhaustiva de la Nueva Poesia," Galleria U, Montevideo, Uruguay (Feb.-March 1972).

"Hacia un Perfil del Arte Latinoamericana," El Centro de Arte y Comunicacion de Buenos Aires, Argentina (June-July 1972); Museo Emilia Caraffa, Cordoba, Argentina (Oct. 1972); Galeria Amadis, Madrid (Feb. 1973); Wspokczsna Gallery, Warsaw, Poland (May 1973).

"La Bienal Exposicion Internacional de Poesia," Instituto Panameno de Arte, Panama (Aug. 1972).

"Poesia in Piazza," Grottaglie, Italy (September 1972).

"Poesia Pubblica," Festival de l'Unita, Taranto, Italy (September 1972).

1973

BOOKS:

Breakthrough Fictioneers. Barton, VT: Something Else, 384 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

The Edge of Adaptation. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 180 pp. Edited, with an introduction.

Fourth Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling Press, 274 pp. Cocompiled, with a preface and contributions.

CHAPBOOKS:

Ad Infinitum: A Fiction. Friedrichsfehn, Germany: International Artists' Cooperation, 16 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Bowdlerize [Part II]," in Bill Bissett, ed., What Isint Tantrik Speshul (Vancouver, BC: Blewointment), p. 37.

"Degeneration," "Integration," "Lollypop," "Serial Poem-Twelve Tone Row," in Richard Monaco, ed., New American Poetry (N.Y.: McGraw-Hill), pp. 98-101.
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"Eye Chart," "Miscegenation," "Nymphomania," in William H. Harlan, ed., Probes: An Introduction to Poetry (N.Y.: Macmillan), 3 pp.

"Flyswatter and Gadfly," in Richard J. Calhoun, ed., James Dickey: The Expansive Imagination (Deland, FL: Everett/Edwards), pp. 135-41.

"Lollypop," in Klaus Groh, ed., Hangups (Oldenburg, Germany: International Artists Cooperation), 1 p.

"No," in Klaus Groh, ed., Yes No Book (Oldenburg, Germany: Offende Weide), 1 p.

"Nymphomania," in Lewis Turco, Poetry: An Introduction to Writing (Reston, VA: Reston Pub. Co.), p. 45.

"Resources of Verbalized Knowledge," in Japanese, introducing Bernard J. Muller-Thym, Physiology of Business (Tokyo: Diamond-Time), pp. 297-309.

ESSAYS:

"Alternative Book Publishers," Margins, 9 (Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974), pp. 27-36.

"The Artistry of TV Football," The Humanist, XXXIII/1 (Jan.-Feb. 1973), pp. 24-26. [Reprinted as "Fanfare for TV Football," Intellectual Digest, III/2 (Aug. 1973), pp. 54-55; as "Made for Each Other: Football and TV," Newsday (Oct. 26, 1973), pp. 69-70.]

"A Decline in the Arts," Reader's Digest 1973 Almanac and Yearbook (Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest Association), pp. 161-63.

"Clark Coolidge," Camels Coming, 4 (1973), pp. 1-3.

"Innovaciones en la Ficcion Narrative," El Urogallo, 19 (Energo-Febero 1973), pp. 12-16. [Reprinted in Breakthrough Fictioneers, pp. xiii-xix.]

"Introduction," to Bern Porter, Waste Maker (Somerville, MA: Abyss), 1 p. [Reprinted, Stony Hills, 3 (1978), p. 3.]

"Locating American Literary Establishments," Ironwood, I/3 (Spring-Summer 1973), pp. 39-51.

"New Fiction in America," Denver Quarterly, VIII/3 (Autumn 1973), pp. 1-17. [Reprinted, Raymond Federman, ed., Surfiction (Chicago: Swallow, 1974), pp. 85-100; abridged, Stations, 3-4 (1976), pp. 110-113; in Polish, in Zbigniew Lewicki, et al, eds., Nowa Proza Amerykanska (Warsaw: Czytelnik, 1983), pp. 254-272.]

"The New York Literary Mob," December, XV/1-2 (1973), pp. 207-30.

"The Perils of Non-Publication," New Letters, III/1 (Spring 1973), pp. 17-19. [Reprinted as "Literary Censorship," The Humanist, XXIV/1 (Jan.-Feb. 1974); "Freedom of the Press," American PEN, V/3 (Jan.-Feb. 1973), pp. 24-26; Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom, XXII/2 (March 1974), pp. 27, 43-44; as "Freedom To Publish," Index on Censorship, IV/1 (Spring 1975), pp. 58-60.]

"The Persistence of the Avant-Garde: An Interview," Cultural Information Service, IV/2 (Feb. 1973), pp. 2-7.

"The Rule of Ignorance and Philistinism," Michigan Quarterly Review, XII/1 (Winter 1973), pp. 27-41.

"Technoanarchism," The Shore Review, 11 (1973), pp. 45-52.

"Ten Polemics about Third Assembling," New Letters, III/1 (Mid-Winter 1973), pp. 26-28. [Reprinted in Small Press Review, IV/2, 2 pp.; in Third Assembling (1972), 2 pp.]

"The Theatre of Mixed Means," "Jack Gelber," "Robert Hivnor," "Kenneth Koch," "John Ford Noonan," in James Vinson, ed., Contemporary Dramatists (N.Y.: St. Martin's, 1973), pp. 282-85, 380, 441-42, 579-81, 891-99. [The initial essay, retitled "Mixed Means Performance in Retrospect," was reprinted in Richard Kostelanetz's Younger Critics in North America (Tom Montag-Margins, 1976), pp. 61-65.]

"Why Assembling?" in Bill Henderson, ed., The Publish-It-Yourself Handbook (Yonkers, NY: Pushcart), pp. 81-94. [Reprinted, Second Aeon, 19-21 (1974), pp. 244-48; expanded, the second edition (Harper & Row, 1980), pp. 312-21.]

POEMS:

"A," "E," "H," "O," "X," "Y," "Z," "Ashes-Dust," "Rise-Fall," "Love-Evol," "See-Saw," "eme," "Degenerate," "Hearing," "Seeing," "Wings," "Ascending," Konglomerati, 2 (Summer 1973).

"C," Some, I/3 (Winter 1973), 1 p.

"Concentric," "Disintegration," "Manifestoes," within a single poster (Okemos, MI: Happiness Holding Tank).

"Degenerate," "Elaborate," "Rise-Fall," Far Point, 7-8 (Fall 1972-Spring 1973), pp. 41-43.

"Disintegration," On Site, 4 (1973), 1 p.

"From Fibonacci," "Self-Portrait," Fourth Assembling, 2 pp.

"Fun," Ovum, 2 (1973), 1 p. [Reprinted, Inch Art Issue (Aukland, New Zealand, 1974), 1 p.; Artists' Stamp Sheet (Northampton, 1978), 1 p.]

"Higher," "I Articulations," "Think," "Warmer," Ann Arbor Review, 17 (1973), pp. 41-45.

"Man God," The Dragonfly, 13 (April 1973), 1 p.

"Manifestoes," Twin Cities Express, I/3 (Nov. 17, 1973), 1 p. [Reprinted, as a poster, 17" by 22", Assembling Press, 1975.]

"Send More Money," in the catalog to "An International Cyclopedia of Plans and Occurrences" (Richmond, VA: Anderson Gallery).

FICTIONS:

"Amplify," Clown War, I/3 (1973), 5 pp.

"Arising," Diana's Bimonthly, II/1 (1973), 4 pp.

"Counterpoints," Konglomerati, 2 (Summer 1973), 1 p.

"Development," "Parallel Intervallic Sets," in Breakthrough Fictioneers (Barton, VT: Something Else), pp. 325-27, 345.

"Framing" (in excerpt), Signal [Yugoslavia], 8/9 (Jan. 1973). [Reprinted, entire, Osiris, 3 (June 1974), pp. 9-15.]

"Histories," Fourth Assembling (1973), 1 p.

"Metamorphosis," as a card (Milwaukee, WI: Membrane). [Reprinted, Intermedia, I/1 (Dec. 1974), p. 9.]

EXHIBITIONS:

"Hors Language," Centre National d'Art Dramatique, Nice, France (Feb.)

"An International Cyclopedia of Plans and Occurrences," Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (March-April).

"Tenth Annual Avant-Garde Festival," Grand Central Station, New York (Dec. 9).

"Typewriter Art," New 57 Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (Nov. 17-Dec. 6)

1974

BOOKS:

The End of Intelligent Writing. N.Y.: Sheed & Ward, 480 pp. [Reprinted as Literary Politics in America (Kansas City: Andrews & McMeel, 1977).

I Articulations/Short Fictions. N.Y.: Kulchur Foundation, 128 pp.

Recyclings. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling, 64 pp.

Fifth Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling, 284pp. As cocompiler, with a preface & contributions.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Echo," in Alec Allinson, et al., People Mirrors (Toronto: Nelson), p. 24.

Passages from previously published reviews, in Carolyn Riley and Barbara Harte, eds., Contemporary Literary Criticism. Volume 2 (Detroit, MI: Gale Research), pp. 61, 344.

PORTFOLIOS:

Numbers One. Six images, 22" by 30" (San Francisco: Cory Gallery).

ESSAYS:

"After Sentences--Visual Poetry," Camels Coming, II/5 (1974), p. 8. [Reprinted in West Coast Poetry Review, III/4 (Summer 1974), 2 pp.; Lazarus, I/1 (Oct.-Nov. 1974), 3 pp.; White Arms, I/2 (Nov. 1974), pp. 40-41; in James Vinson, ed., Contemporary Poets (N.Y.: St. Martin's, 1975), pp. 857-58.]

"Book Reviewing," New Letters, V/3 (April 1974), pp. 11-13.

"Critical Writing for American Magazines [augmented version]," Margins, 14 (Oct.-Nov. 1974), pp. 25-32, 82.

"Double Standards and Pseudo-Culture," Congress Bi-Weekly, XLI/10 (Oct. 25, 1974), pp. 15-17.

"Edwin Land and his Polaroid Cameras," Lithopinion, IX/1 (Spring 1974), pp. 48-57.

"Escritores Jovenes de Norteamerica," El Urugallo, V/27-28 (Mayo-Agosto 1974), pp. 101-109.

"Leslie A. Fiedler," Studies in the Twentieth Century, 13 (Spring 1974), pp. 21-38.

"The Literary-Industrial Complex," Beyond Baroque, 741 (Nov. 1974), pp. 6-15.

"The New Poetries in North America," Open Letter, II/7 (Winter 1974), pp. 18-39. [Abridged, in French, Art Press International, 27 (April 1979), pp. 13-15.]

"Statements on Short Fiction," Ann Arbor Review, 19 (Oct. 1974), pp. 40-41.

"Prospects--Possibilities of Rejuvenation & What Is To Be Done," Margins, 10 (Feb.-March 1974), pp. 33-43.

"The Rationales of Suppression," American Poetry Review, III/5 (Nov. 1974), pp. 38-41.

(Untitled record jacket note), Elephant Steps (Columbia Record, M2X 33044), 1 p.

"Why Fifth Assembling," Margins, 14 (Oct.-Nov. 1974), pp. 8-9. [Reprinted, Intermedia, I/1 (Dec. 1974), pp. 36-37; abridged, The New York Culture Review, I/12 (Nov. 11, 1974), p. 9; and in Fifth Assembling.]

"Why Fourth Assembling," New Letters, V/4 (June 1974), pp. 13-14. [Reprinted, Fourth Assembling, and Stations, 3/4 (1976), pp. 106-09.]

REVIEWS:

Margins: John Brockman's Afterwords (April-May 1974). [Reprinted in After Brockman (Abyss, 1974), p. 39.]

Small Press Book Club: Kenneth Gangemi's Lydia (May 1974); Gertrude Stein's Geography and Plays (July 1974); M. Vaughn-James' The Projector (Christmas 1974).

POEMS:

"Accumulate," Happiness Holding Tank, 13 (May 1974), 1 p. [Reprinted, Aiee, 2 (Jan. 1975), 1 p.]

"Degenerate," "Dialectical Theology," "Sphere," Interstate, I/1 (May 1974), pp. 10-12.

"Disintegration," "Echo," "Ellipse," "Orgasm," "Truth," Everyman (Summer 1974), 5 pp.

"Diverse/Obverse," Panache, 13 (1974), p. 12.

"The East Village [abridged]," Star Web Paper, 5 (Nov. 1974), pp. 69-76. [Different selection, West Coast Poetry Review, III/4 (Summer 1974), 3 pp.]

"Fifth Street--Second-Third Avenue," Fault, 6 (Nov. 1974), 1 p.

"Fourth Street--Second-Third Avenue," Mushroom, 2 (Sept. 1974), centerfold.

"Inferential Poem," Fifth Assembling, 1 p.

"Live," The Humanist, XXXIV/3 (May-June 1974), p. 27.

"Nixon-Nix," "Non," White Arms, I/2 (Nov. 1974), 2 pp.

"Numbers [ten images, with prose commentary]," World, VIII/3 (Summer 1974), pp. 20-23.

"O," "Z," "Oscillate," "Rise-Fall," Lazarus, I/1 (Oct.-Nov. 1974), 4 pp.

"Portraits: C & Q," Vile, I/4 (Sept. 1974), 2 pp.

"Radar," Fault, 5 (April 1974), 1 p.

"Radar [different version]," Intermedia, I/1 (Dec. 1974), P. 8.

"Rain Rains Rain [one image]," Fault, 6 (Nov. 1974), 1 p.

"Three Hundred Sixty-Five," Orgon [Spain], I/1 (Dec. 1974), 1 p. [Reprinted, Ear, 24 (Feb. 1975), 1 p.

FICTIONS:

"Annihilate," "Choking," Gegenschien Quarterly, 7-8 (1974), 14 pp.

"Autobiography," The Transient (May 1974), 1 p. [Reprinted, Lazarus, I/1 (Oct.-Nov. 1974), 1 p.; Vargen [Sweden], 2 (1974), p. 23; as a post card, Stone Press Weekly, 44 (April 1975); Gallimaufry, 7 (1976), p. 32; Soma-Haoma, 7 (1976).]

"Great-Greatest," Typewriter, 4 (1974), 3 pp.

"Milestones in a Life," Corridor [England], 5, p. 23.

"No Swimming Allowed," West Coast Poetry Review, III/4 (Summer 1974), 3 pp. [Reprinted, Schmuck, 5 (1974), foldout.]

"Obliterate," Ann Arbor Review, 18 (1974), pp. 65-70. [Reprinted, Chicago Review, XXVI/3 (1974), pp. 52-57; abridged, as an Ironwhorsebook, # 6 (Sacramento, CA: Poetry Newsletter, 1974), 32 pp.]

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Albee Edward (1964)," "Bad the Criticism This of Age (1964)," "Cafe Albees Sad (1964)," "Eh State on London Anarchy Highgrade Is (1964)," "Eye the Critical (1964)," "Fool Nabokovs Obtuse (1964)," "Literature Contemporary (1964)," "Shakespeare Cycle History (1964)," Gegenschein Quarterly, 910 (1974), 10 pp.

"Chatterly Reconsidered Lady," Center, 6 (July 1974), p. 42.

"Compleat the Critic," "Writers the American Young," Fault, 6 (Nov. 1974), 2 pp.

VIDEO:

Poetry To See & Poetry To Hear, Camera Three (WCBS-TV), May 12, 1974, 28 minutes, as author and narrator, with illustrations of his poetry and fiction. Subsequently circulated by the State Education Dept., New York.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Artists Books," and/or, Seattle, WA (May-June 1974).

"Conceptual Art Facing the Latin American Problem," Museum of Sciences and Art, National University of Mexico (Feb. 1974).

"A Head Museum for the Eighties," Gallery Cheap Thrills, Helsinki, Finland (Feb. 1974).

"Image Word-Poetry Concrete," Museum of Art, Univ. of Oklahoma (Sept. 3-22, 1974).

"Returned to Sender," Galleria Schema, Firenze, Italy (Feb. 1974).

"Toward a Profile of Latin American Art," Dudley Peter Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College (March-April 1974); Hochschule für Bilende Kunst, Hamburg, Germany (July 1974); Centro Experimental de Comunicacion y Arte, Panama, Panama (Sept. 1975).

"Prospectiva 74," Musea de Arte Contemporanea, Sao Paulo, Brazil (August-Sept. 1974).

"Festival de la Postal Creativa," Galleria U, Montevideo, Uruguay (Oct. 1974).

"Eleventh Annual Avant-Garde Festival," Shea Stadium, New York (Nov. 16, 1974).

1975

BOOKS:

Constructs. Reno, NV: WCPR, 112 pp.

Openings & Closings. N.Y.: D'Arc, 96 pp.

Portraits from Memory. Ann Arbor, MI: Ardis, 36 pp.

Essaying Essays. N.Y.: Out of London. Edited, with an introduction and contributions, 476 & xvi pp.

Language & Structure. Toronto: Kensington Arts. Edited, with an introduction and contributions, 80 p.

Sixth Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. Cocompiled, with a preface and a contribution.

CHAPBOOKS:

Come Here. Des Moines-Brooklyn: Cookie-Assembling, 20 pp.

Extrapolate. Des Moines-Brooklyn: Cookie-Assembling, 20 pp.

Modulations. Brooklyn: Assembling, 28 pp.

PORTFOLIOS:

Word Prints. N.Y.: Privately published. Seven images, 26" by 40", silk-screened.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Asphyxiation," "Disintegration," "Higher," in Milton Klonsky, ed., Speaking Pictures (N.Y.: Crown), pp. 301-03.

"Football Forms," in Stephen Dunning, et al., eds., For Poets (N.Y.: Scholastic), pp. 128-29.

"Football Forms," "Framing" (abridged), "Nixon-Noxin," in Miroljub Todorovic, ed., Concrete, Visual and Signalist Poetry (Belgrade: Delos), 3 pp.

"Gossip," in Richard P. Sugg, Appreciating Poetry (Boston: Houghton Mifflin), p. 192.

"Kill," "Live,' in Language & Structure (Toronto: Kensington Arts), pp. 17, 52.

"Lollypop," in John Ashmead, et al., Synthesizing (Lexington, MA: Ginn), p. 250.

"Manifestoes," "1024," "Recyclings," "Self-Portrait," Essaying Essays (N.Y.: Out of London), pp. 156, 163-66. 270, 293.

"Mullions," in Alan Riddell, ed., Typewriter Art (London Magazine Editions, 1975), p. 118.

"Museum," "Nixon-Noxin," in Fernando Millán & Jesús García Sánchez, La escritura en libertad (Madrid: Alianza), pp. 98. 112.

"Primary Structure," in Walter Focke, ed., Etc. (Oldenburg, Germany: International Artists Cooperation), 1 p.

ESSAYS:

"After Sentences--Short Fiction," Intermedia, I/2 (June 1975), p. 48. [Reprinted as "The Future of Literature: America," Confrontation, 11 (Fall-Winter 1975), pp. 149-51; Da Vinci, II/1 (Autumn 1975), pp. 48-49; Laughing Bear, I/1 (Summer 1976), 2 pp; Tugboat, I/3 (Nov. 1976), p. 11.]

"The Beginning of The End of Intelligent Writing," Beyond Baroque, VI/2 (March-April 1975), pp. 44-46. [Reprinted, Stations, 3-4 (1976), pp. 100-06; Stephen Knight & Michael Wilding, eds., The Radical Reader (Sydney: Wild & Woolley, 1977), pp. 207-214.]

"Constructivist Fiction," Tracks, I/3 (Fall 1975), pp. 42-45. [Reprinted George's Shadow (Northeast, 1975), pp. 33-39; Waluna, I/1 (Winter 1965), pp. 117-22; Chicago Review, XXVIII/2 (Fall 1976), pp. 138-41; White Walls, 3 (Autumn 1979), pp. 50-51; abridged, Third Coast Archives, 9 (1977), 2 pp.; Total Abandon, 7 (1981), pp. 19-22.]

"Essaying the Essay," Book Forum, I/3 (May 1975), pp. 417-23. [Reprinted in Essaying Essays (N.Y.: Out of London), pp. 1-9.]

"Gertrude Stein: The New Literature," Hollins Critic, XII/3 (June 1975), pp. 1-15. [Reprinted, revised, Helicon Nine, 5 (Fall 1981), pp. 7-21.]

"Innovative Literature in America Today," in Frank N. Magill, ed., The Contemporary Literary Scene 1973 (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press), pp. 25-30. [Reprinted in Younger Critics in North America (Fairwater, WI: Tom Montag/Margins, 1976), pp. 153-55.]

Keynote address, "The Coleman Symposium," Transcripts (Baltimore, MD: Maryland Writers Council), pp. 4-10.

"Language & Structure," Journal (Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art), 6 (June-July 1975), pp. 12-14. [Reprinted New York Arts Journal, I/2 (Sept.- Nov., 1976), pp. 13-14; and as "Writing Degree Zero," Language & Structure (Toronto: Kensington Arts, 1975), pp. 9, 10, 12, 22-24, 33, 39, 51, 60.]

"Moguls, Chieftans and Reviewers," The Third Press Review, I/1 (Sept.-Oct. 1975), pp. 16-17, 61-62.

"On Assembling," Margins, 21-22 (6/7, 1975), pp. 37-38.

"Paragraphs on Numbers," Ann Arbor Review, 21 (1975), pp. 53-54. [Reprinted Ear, I/7 (Dec.-Jan. 1975-76), p. 3; Nimrod, XXII/2 (Spring-Summer 1978), pp. 42-43.]

"Poetry in America," Writer's Digest, LV/12 (Dec. 1975), pp. 1, 15-18.

"Profile of Merce Cunningham," Michigan Quarterly Review, XIV/4 (Fall 1975), pp. 363-82.

"The Reinventor of English," Margins, 17 (2, 1975), pp. 37-43, 59. [Reprinted, Sonja Bahn, et al., eds., Forms of the American Imagination (Innsbruck: Amoe, 1979), pp. 85-97; abridged, American Writing Today, I (1982), pp. 37-49.]

"Self-Interview on Recyclings," Ear Magazine--New York, I/2 (May 1975), p. 6. [Reprinted, Margins, 24-26 (Dec. 1975), pp. 18-19.]

"A Theater of Performance, Not Literature," Dialogue, VII/2 (1975), pp. 39-
47.

"Visual Poetry," Hiram Poetry Review, 19 (Fall-Winter 1975), pp. 4-5. [Reprinted, Rumors Dreams & Digressions, I/1 (Winter 1975-76), pp. 18-20; White Walls, I/1 (March 1977), pp. 33-35; Anyart Journal, IV/1 (Spring 1978), p. 47; T.F. Press, III (Spring 1978), pp. 4-6.]

"Why Sixth Assembling," Intermedia, 1/3 (Dec. 1975), pp. 4-5. [Reprinted, in part, Aspect, 67 (April-June 1976), pp. 77-79.]

INTERVIEWS:

Margins, 24-26 (Dec. 1975), pp. 14-29.

New Writers, III/1 (Dec. 1975), pp. 75-98.

REVIEWS:

Margins: Aram Saroyan's The Street (Jan. 1975); Frank Davey's From Here to There (5, 1975); The Fiction Collective's Statements (Dec. 1975) [the last reprinted in Open Letter (Spring 1976)].

Small Press Book Club: Arlene Zekowski's Seasons of the Mind & Stanley Berne's The Unconscious Victorious (Jan., 1975); Charles Henri Ford's Silver Flower Coo (Feb. 1975); Raymond Federman's Double or Nothing (May 1975); Murray Bookchin's Post-Scarcity Anarchism (Christmas 1975).

POETS:
"Anagogy" [second version], "Oscillate," Beyond Baroque, VI/2 (March-April 1975), pp. 36-37.

"Anagogy," "Climb," "Disintegration," Intermedia, I/2 (June 1975), 3 pp.

"Autobiography," "I Articulations" "Light," "Oscillate," "Relationship," Rumor Dreams & Digressions (Winter 1975-76), pp. 21-25.

"Climb," Queen Street Magazine, II/1 (Sept. 1975), 1 p.

"Diffuse," "Fall-Rise," "Relationship," Glassworks, I/1 (Fall 1975), 3 pp.

"God-Dog," Lodgistiks, 3 (Jan. 1975), 1 p.

"Money," "Obverse," butt, I/1 (May 1975), pp. 30-31.

"[Portraits: D]," Transcripts (Baltimore, MD: Maryland Writers Council), 1 p.

"[Portraits:] L & +," Yellow Butterfly Broadside, 6 (1975).

"[Portraits:] P, Q, & R," Fault, 8 (Nov. 1975), 3 pp.

FICTIONS:

"Acquisitions," Peace & Pieces Review, II/1 (Spring-Summer 1975), 6 pp.

"Burgeon," "Introduction," George's Shadow (Northeast Juniper, 1975), pp. 41-49.

"Furthermore," Ann Arbor Review, 21 (1975), pp. 45-52.

"Genesis," Lynx, I/2 (Fall 1975), p. 3. [Reprinted, Back Roads, 8 (Fall 1976-Winter 1977), p. 52; The Sole Proprietor, I/3 (Winter 1977), p. 3; Dryad, 14-15 (1977); Montana Gothic, 6 (Fall 1977), p. 61.]

"Histories," Confrontation, 11 (Fall-Winter 1975), 1 p.

"Interconnections," Zahir, 7, II/1 (1975), p. 58.

"Openings & Closings [excerpts]," Chouteau Review, I/1 (Fall 1975), pp. 17-22. [Different excerpts, Eureka Review, I/1 (Winter 1975-76), pp. 74-80; Panache, 16-17 (1976), pp. 60-62.]

"Shrink," Panache, 15 (April 1975), pp. 54-60.

"Squares Squared," Clown War, 8 (1975), 8 pp.

IMAGINATIVE PROSE:

"And Future the Dada of Fiction (1968)," Kontexts, 6 & 7 (1975), 1 p.

"Declaration of Independence," Yardbird Reader, IV (1975), pp. 185-88. [Reprinted, Yardbird Lives (N.Y.: Grove, 1978), pp. 212-16; Intermedia, II/3 (179), pp. 42-43. Recorded, eight-track, Breathing Space (Watershed Tapes, 1977), 10:15.]

"Extremes the Two of Music Avant-Garde (1967)," "Man of Space (1967)," Out of Sight, 6 (1975), 2 pp.

"From Recyclings," Center, 7 (May 1975), pp. 51-54.

"Published Unpublished," Sixth Assembling, 1 p.

"Recyclings," Interstate, I/4 (1975), pp. 25-40 (even numbered pages only).

"Recyclings" (different selection), Ghost Dance (Spring-Summer 1975), pp. 7-16.

"Recyclings" (different selection), Brilliant Corners, I/2 (Winter 1975-76), pp. 34-53.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Numerical Meditation," in Studies for an Art Editor (N.Y.: Abrams), pp. 184-85.

"1024," "Leaps & Bounds," "Numerations," "Parallel Intervals," Chem Tech, V/5 (May 1975), pp. 320-21.

"Two Intervals," Vargen, 5, 1 p. [Reprinted, Visual Poetry Anthology/Anthologie visuele poëzie (Utrecht: T'Hoogt), 1 p.]

AUDIO ART:

Dialogue, Excelsior, Milestones in a Life, Plateaux, Recyclings, WXXI-FM (Rochester, NY, March), 41 min. As author, director, and principal performer. [Played in concerts at Hollins College, Oct. 1975; Arizona State, March 1976; West End Bar (N.Y.), Sept. 1976; and elsewhere. Published as a cassette, Assembling Press, 1976.]

Openings & Closings, WXXI-FM (Rochester, NY, July), 60 min. As author, director, and sole performer. [Played in concerts at Placenter (N.Y.), Sept. 1976; Anthology Film Archives, Dec. 1976.]

VIDEO ART:

Openings & Closings, Intermedia Foundation (Garnerville, NY), 10 min., as author and co-performer, directed by Shalom Gorewitz.

Openings & Closings, 60 min.; Three Prose Pieces, 30 min.; Synapse, Syracuse Univ., as author, director, and sole performer. [Exhibited in presentations at Anthology Film Archives, Dec. 1975; Arizona State Univ., March 1976; Indiana Univ., July 1976; etc.]

EXHIBITIONS:

"The Rhinoceros: A Demonstration of Visual & Audial Poetic Experimentation," De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, Jan. 25-26. Four-person show.

"Design for Lit," Maryland Writers Council, Baltimore, April 13-20.

"Numbers One," Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI, April 14-23. One-person show.

"The First Post Card Show," Loeb Student Center, New York Univ., May 19-30.

"Internationale Visuele Poëzie," Gallery "de Doelen," Rotterdam, June 6-June 7; T'Hoogt, Utrecht, Netherlands, July 11-August 8; Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Nov. 15-Dec. 15; Rijkscentrum voor hoger kunstonderwijs, Brussels, Belgium, Feb. 20-March 12, 1976.

"Latin American Art Problematic," Galerie S:T Petri/Institute of Art History, University of Lund, Sweden (Sept. 5-Oct. 5); Ecole Cantonale des Beaux-Arts et d'art applique, Lausanne, Switzerland, Nov.

"Language & Structure," Kensington Arts Alliance, Toronto, Nov. 1974; Southern Alberta Art Gallery, July 1975; George Washington Univ., DC, Dec. 1975.

"Visual Poems, Nonsyntactic Prose, Minimal Fiction, Numerical Art, etc.," Christopher P. Stephens Bookseller, Nov. 7-Jan 30 (1976). One-person show.

1976

BOOKS:

Younger Critics in North America. Fairwater, WI: Tom Montag/Margins, 205 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

CHAPBOOKS:

Numbers: Poems & Stories. Brooklyn: Assembling, 24 pp.

Rain Rains Rain. Brooklyn: Assembling, 24 cards.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Die," "Love," "Rain Rains Rain" (2), "Truth," "White-Black," "Metagenesis," in Fred Wolven, ed., Internal Weather (Ann Arbor, MI: Ann Arbor Review), pp. 78-88.

"Disintegration," "Degenerate," "Gosspi," in J. Jarab, ed., American Poetry and Poets of Four Centuries (C.S.S.R.: Olomouc), pp. 224-25.

"Notes on the American Short Story Today," in Charles E. May, ed., Short Story Theories (Athens, OH; Ohio Univ.), pp. 214-225.

"Un regard retro-prospectif sur William Burroughs," in Gerard-Georges Lemaire, ed., Colloque de Tanger (Paris: Christian Bourgois), pp, 141-45,

ESSAYS:

"From An ABC of Contemporary Reading," Poetry Australia, 59 (1976), pp. 33-40.

"Formy i funkcje amerykan'skiego establishmentu literackiego," Nowy wyaz, 49 (6/76), pp. 45-54.

"How To Be a Difficult Poet," New York Times Magazine (23 May 23 1976), pp. 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 33. [Reprinted, America Illustrated, 248 (1977), pp. 39-42.]

"Jean-François Bory," Margins (1/2/3 1976), pp. 138-39.

"Language Art," Interstate, 9 (1976), pp. 54, 56, 58, 60, 62. [Reprinted, expanded, Vanguard, VII/6 (Sept. 1978), pp. 16-17; expanded further as "Writing Extended," Contemporary Poetry: A Journal of Criticism, IV/2 (1981), pp. 1-15.]

"Literary Video," Performing Arts Journal, I/1 (Spring 1976), pp. 62-65. [Reprinted, La Mamelle, I/3 (Winter 1976), p. 27; Margins (1/2/3 1976), pp. 39, 193; Intermedia, I/4 (Winter-Spring 1976), 1 p., Gregory Battcock, ed., New Artists Video (Dutton, 1978), pp. 40-42; Pinchpenny, with illustrations (1982), pp. 14-15; abridged, Beatniks from Space, # 4 (1983), 1 p.]

"Re 'Artists' Books,'" Art-Rite, 14 (Winter 1976-77), p. 9.

"Self-Profile (1969)," Stations, 3-4 (1976), pp. 113-18.

Statement in Guy Schraenen, ed., Text Sound Image: Small Press Festival (Antwerp, 1976), p. 22.

"The Younger Critics," Pacific Sun Literary Quarterly (Spring 1976), p. 5. [Reprinted, Contact II, I/1 (Jan.-Feb. 1977), pp. 18-20.]

REVIEWS:

Margins: Daniel Halprin, ed., The American Poetry Anthology (1/2/3 1976); Tom Phillips. Works. Texts. to 1974 (1/2/3 1976).

Small Press Book Club: Alain Arias-Misson's Confessions (3/76).

The Structurist: Joost Baljeu's Theo van Doesburg (15/16 1975/76)

AUDIOTAPES:

Experimental Prose. 40' cassette. N.Y.: Assembling.

FICTIONS:

"Flair," Waluna, I/1 (Winter 1976), pp. 110-116.

"Goods," "Counterpoints," "X & O," Stations, 3-4 (1976), pp. 53-76.

"Metagenesis," Soma-Haoma, 7 (1976), 5-image foldout.

"Modulations," Intermedia, I/4 (Winter-Spring 1976), one sheet.

"More Openings, More Closings," Story Quarterly, 2/3 (1976), pp. 80-83.

"Passage," Sun & Moon, I/2 (Spring 1976), pp. 75-85.

"Reflective Quadrants," Chicago Review, XXVIII/2 (Fall 1976), pp. 110-37.

IMAGINATIVE PROSE:

"Gould the Variations Glenn (1967)," "Criticism Within and Without the Theatre (1966)," E, I/2 (1976), 2 pp.

"Hallucinations the Salutary (1962)," "Mixed a Manner of Means (1966)," Intermedia, I/4 (Winter-Spring 1976), 1 p.

POEMS:

"Accumulate," "Elaborate," Poetry Australia, 59 (1976), pp. 40-41.

"Dialectical Theology," "Revolution in Physics," Gallimaufry, 7, pp. 32-33.

"Disintegration," "Climb," "Anagogy," "Radar," Intermedia, I/4 (Winter-Spring 1976).

"Radar (different version), Soma-Haoma, 7 (1976), 1 p.

Portraits from Memory (two), The Spirit That Moves Us, II/1 (Fall 1976), 2 pp.

Portraits from Memory (six), Contraband, 13 (August 1976), 6 pp.

Portraits from Memory (eight), Mati, 3 (1976), 8 pp.

Portraits from Memory (ten), Neoneo Dodo (Jan. 1976), 10 pp.

"Rain Rains Rain," Ann Arbor Review, 23 (1976), pp. 57-75.

"Yo-Yo," "A," Interstate, 8 (1976), pp. 55, 61.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Evolving," Membrane Press, poster

"Parallel Intervals," "1024," Interstate, 8 (1976), pp. 57, 62.

EXHIBITIONS:

"D'Arc Press," Prints on Prince St., New York, NY, Feb. 7-March 6.

"Concentric Poets," Henry Hicks Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Feb. 21-March 4.

"Text Sound Image," Galerie Contakt, Antwerp, June; Galerie Posada, Brussels, Nov.; Academy, Ghent, Feb. 1977.

1977

BOOKS:

Illuminations. New York-Woodinville, WA: Future-Laughing Bear. 48 pp.

One Night Stood. N.Y., NY: Future. 24 pp. & 176 pp. (two different editions)

Seventh Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. Co-compiled, with a preface and contributions. 424 pp.

Three Places in New Inkland (with two other authors). N.Y., NY: Zartscorp. 33 pp. (by RK)

CHAPBOOKS:

Prunings/Accruings. Geneva, Switzerland-N.Y., NY: Ecart-Future. 24 pp.

Numbers 2. Columbus, OH-N.Y., NY: Luna Bisonte-Future. 7 cards.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Climb," La Forma della Scrittura (Bolognia: Galleria d'arte Moderna), 1 p.

"Dick Higgins," "Robert Whitman," in Colin Naylor, ed., Contemporary Artists (London-N.Y., NY: St. James-St. Martin's, 1977), pp. 406, 1042. [Reprinted, second edition, 1983, pp. 407, 1008; third edition, 1989, pp. 419, 1025.]

"Manifestoes," Concrete Poetry (Univ. of Nevada at Reno), cover.

"Marshall McLuhan: High Priest of the Electronic Village," in Thomas H. Ohlgren, ed., The New Languages (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall), pp. 14-22.

"Modulations," in Walter Zanini, ed., Poeticas Visuals (Sao Paulo: Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Universidade de Sao Paulo), 1 p.

"Olympian Progress," in Bill Henderson, ed., The Pushcart Prize II (Pushcart, 1977), p. 456.

ESSAYS:

"An ABC of Contemporary Reading," Precisely: One, I/1 (November 1977), pp. 27-64. [Reprinted in Richard Kostelanetz, ed., Esthetics Contemporary (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus, 1978), pp. 339-76.]

"American Thinking About Government, 1945-65," Western Humanities Review, XXXI/4 (Autumn 1977), pp. 287-302.

"Audio Art," Soho Weekly News, IV/23 (10-16 March 1977), p. 21. [Reprinted, Ear, III/2 (March 1976), p. 4; Videation, I/1 (Spring 1977), 1 p.; Audio Art (Lucern, Switzerland: Apopos, 1978), 1 p.; Cumberland Journal, 9 (1980), 3 pp.]

"Book Art," Only Paper Today, IV/9 (December 1977), p. 1. [Reprinted, Laica Journal, 17 (Jan.-Feb. 1978), pp. 32-33; Mota, 16 (1978), pp. 57-58; "On Book-Art," Leonardo, XII (1979), pp. 43-44; Bulletin Maximal Art (Sept. 1979), 1 p.; in Swedish as "Bokkonst," Kalejdoskop, 1 & 2 (1980), pp. 10-14; with bibliography, Scree, 17-18 (1981), pp. 65-68.]

"Contemporary American Esthetics," Sun & Moon, I/4 (Fall 1977), pp. 126-45. [Reprinted in Richard Kostelanetz, ed., Esthetics Contemporary (Prometheus, 1978), pp. 19-35.]

"Contributors' Notes," Center, 10 (1977), p. 17.

"Dick Higgins," Centerfold, 9-10 (1977), p. 6.

"Dissecting the 20th Century [Hannah Arendt]," Dialogue, X/2 (1977), pp. 58-66. [Reprinted, expanded and revised, Free Inquiry, III/2 (Spring 1983), pp. 15-18.]

"Examples of My Visual Numerical Art," Leonardo, I (1977), pp. 39-41.

"'The End' Revisted," Proteus, 6/7 (Spring-Summer 1977), pp. 63-68.

"Gershom Scholem: The Mystics' Medium," Present Tense, IV/3 (Spring 1977), pp. 29-33.

"Letters from the Editors," Northwoods Journal, V/5 (Oct. 1978), pp. 15-18.

"The Literature Program at the National Endowment for the Arts," Seventh Assembling (1977), 6 pp. [Reprinted Laughing Bear Newsletter (1977), Northwoods Journal, 46 (Oct. 1977); abridged, The Newsletter, 10 (1977), 2 pp; in definitive version, Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 15-23.]

"Making Music of the Sound of Words," New York Times (24 July 1977), 2 pp.

"New York Fair Highlights Growing Interest," Publishers Weekly (14 Nov. 1977), pp. 28-30.

"Notes on Grants," New York Arts Journal, 6 (Sept.-Nov., 1977), p. 37.

"On Numbers, a Series of Numerical Visual Poems," Visible Language, XI/2 (Spring 1977), pp. 50.

"Re Illuminations," American Poetry Review, IV/4 (1977), p. 20. [Abridged, American Book Review, I/1 (1977), p. 21.]

"Social Philosophy in America, 1945-65," Western Humanities Review, XXXI/3 (Summer 1977), pp. 193-205.

"The State Literary Presidium," The Newsletter, 11 (1977), 2 pp. [Reprinted, Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 33-35.]

"Text-Sound Art," Performing Arts Journal, part I, II/2 (Fall 1977), pp. 61-70; part II, II/3 (Winter 1978), pp. 71-84.

"Trends in Criticism: North American Literary Criticism since the Forties," Boston University Journal, XXV/2 (1977), pp. 59-68.

"Well-Endowed Phantoms," SoHo Weekly News, IV/40 (7-13 July 1977), p. 14.

INTERVIEW:

Washington Review of the Arts, III/3 (Fall 1977), pp. 3-6.

"Morning Music," WBAI-FM, N. Y., NY, (Sept. 1977), repeated Dec. 1977, two hours.

REVIEWS:

The American Book Review: Buckminster Fuller's And It Came To Pass--Not To Stay (Dec. 1977).

New Republic: Allen Ginsberg's Journals: Early Fifties Early Sixties & Arthur & Kit Knight's The Beat Diary (22 Oct. 1977).

FICTIONS:

"And So Forth" [excerpt]," Clown War, 13 (1977), 3 pp.

"Foreshadowing," Interstate, 9 (1977), pp. 57-66.

"Impose," Blank Tape, I/1 (n.d.), 16 pp. [Reprinted, White Walls, 3 (Autumn 1979), pp. 35-49.]

"Intersections," Ann Arbor Review, 27 (1977), pp. 74-79.

"Replicate," Laughing Bear, I/2-3 (1977). [Reprinted, abridged, Glassworks, II/2-3 (Winter-Spring 1977), pp. 54-63.]

"Reversals," Fault (April 1977), 13 pp.

"Steps," New Letters, XLIV/2 (Winter 1977), pp. 69-84.

"Trajectory," Dumb Ox, 4 (Spring 1977), p. 21.

IMAGINATIVE PROSE:

"Addtract & Subtract," Laughing Bear, I/2-3 (1977), pp. 76-77. [Reprinted, Foothill Quarterly, II/2 (1977), pp. 22-23.]

"And Future the Dada of Fiction (1968)," Le Jardin du Monde, I/1 (Summer 1977), p. 42.

"Emancipation Proclamation," Mississippi Review, VI/1 (1977), pp. 80-86.

"Fiction European (1965)," "Cafe Albees Sad (1964)," "Art New the American (1965)," "Come to You'll Love Sperm Your Test (1965)," Dramatika, X/2 (Fall 1977), 2 pp.

"Machine Art (1971)," Fireweed, II/2 (Winter 1977), pp. 28-29.

"New in Poetries the America (1972)," X, I/1 (Summer 1977), pp. 5-6.

"Polemics Third about Assembling Ten (1972)," Mississippi Review, VI/1 (1977), pp. 158-59.

"Presses Small (1971)," "Hypotheses Twenty-Five Fictional (1971)," "Done Is To Be What (1971)," "New in Poetries the America (1972)," Primer, 3 (April 1977), pp. 40-45.

POEMS:

"Anagram," "Method," "Relationship," "Schwitters," American Book News, I/1 (1977), p. 15.

"Asphyxiation," American Poetry Review, VI/4 (1977), p. 20.

"Exit," Everyman-Poster (1977), 1 p.

Two palindroms, Images, IV/1, p. 3.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Amicables," "Diminutions," "Rates of Change," "Summations," "Fibonacci's Twenties," Criss-Cross Art Communication, I/5 (Sept. 1977), pp. 16-21.

"Combinations," Image Bank Postcard Show (Western Front 1977), 1 p. [Reprinted, The Fault, 14 (1978), 1 p.]

"Leaps & Bounds," Cabaret Voltaire, 2 (Fall 1977), 1 p.

"Parallel Intervallic Sets," Visible Language, XI/2 (Spring 1977), p. 51.

"Two Intervals," Vargen (n.d.), 1 p.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Art with Words," Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York, Jan.-Feb.

"La Forma della scrittura," Galleria d'arte moderna, Bologna, Italy, Feb.

"Seventh International Open Encounter on Video," Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona, Feb.

One Person Show, William S. Carlson Library, Univ. of Toledo, April-May.

"Concrete Poetry," Church Fine Arts Gallery, Univ. of Nevada at Reno, 13 April-27 April.

"The Artist's Book," Mandeville Art Gallery, Univ. of Calif.--San Diego, 18 April-15 May.

"Visual Poetry," Dubois Gallery, Lehigh Univ., 8 May-4 June.

Three-person show, Bertha Urdang Gallery, N. Y., NY, June.

"Visual Poetry," Art Research Center, Kansas City, MO, 1 May-31 July.

"The First International Film Festival," Galeria Adres, Lodz, Poland, Sept.

"Poeticas Visuais," Museu de Arte Contemporanea, Universidade de Sao Paulo, 29 Sept.-30 Oct.

"Space Window-Mail Art," Market House, Rhode Island School of Design, Sept.-Oct.

"The Seventies," Escuela de Artes Plasticas, Universidad de Costa Rica, Oct. 1977: Museo Universitario de ciencias y arte, Mexico, Nov. 1977.

1978

BOOKS:

Constructs Two. Milwaukee, WI: Membrane. 80 pp.

Inexistences. N.Y.: RK Editions. 667 pp.

Tabula Rasa. N.Y.: RK Editions. 1000 pp.

Wordsand. Vancouver, BC: The Simon Fraser Gallery, in cooperation with RK Editions. 92 pp.

Assembling Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling Press. Edited, with an introduction and contributions. 96 pp.

Esthetics Contemporary. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus. Edited, with an introduction and a contribution. 444 pp.

Eighth A-J Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. Cocompiled, with an introduction. 184 pp.

Eighth K-Z Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. Cocompiled, with an introduction and a contribution. 180 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

Foreshortenings and Other Stories. Berkeley, CA: Tuumba. 28 pp.

Grants & the Future of Literature. N.Y.: RK Editions. 60.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Concentric," "Tributes to Henry Ford," in Nancy Sullivan, ed., A Treasury of American Poetry (Doubleday, 1978), pp. 803-04.

"The East Village [excerpt]," in Jerome Rothenberg, ed., A Big Jewish Book (Doubleday, 1978), p. 349.

"Extrapolate," in George Myers, Jr., ed., The World Anthology (X, 1978), 23 pp.

"Fifth Street/First-Second Avenue," in Klaus Groh, ed., A View Out My Window (Edewecht, Germany: International Artists Cooperation), 1 p.

"Me," "Truth," in Poesia e prose delle avantguardia (Verona: Museo de Castelvecchio, 1978), 2 pp.

"Milestones in a Life," America en la Mira [America at a Glance] (Mexico City: Frente Mexicano de Grupos Trabajadores de la Cultura), p. 152.

"Plus/Minus, I-III," in Michael Gibbs, ed., Deciphering America (Amsterdam: Kontexts), pp. 40-44.

ESSAYS:

"Alan Hovhaness Does Things Differently," New York Times, D2 (18 Nov. 1978), pp. 27, 38. [Expanded, in Russian, Ameryka, 254 (Jan. 1978), pp. 21-24; in English, "The Transcendental Contemporary," Michigan Quarterly Review, XVIII/3 (Summer 1979), pp. 365-378.]

"American Architecture, 1945-65," Bennington Review, I/1 (April 1978).

"The Application Obstacle," Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 48-49.

"Arts Councils & Literary Grants," Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 3-13.

"Autochronology," "Life-Story," "Self-Portrait," First Person Intense--Rockbottom, 7 & 8 (1978), pp. 151-56.

"Contemporary Painting in America," Span, XIX/2 (Feb. 1978), pp. 12-17.

"The Copyright Czar," The New Art Examiner (Feb. 1978), p. 11. [Reprinted, Confrontation (Fall-Winter 1979), pp. 177-79.]

"Creative Writing," Interface Journal, 5 (Spring 1978), pp. 21-22. [Reprinted, Aspect, 72/73 (July-Dec. 1978), pp. 93-95; The Aspect Anthology (Somerville, MA: Zephur Press, 1981), pp. 131-33.]

"The Five Careers of Rene Dubos," Span, XIX/7 (July 1978), pp. 28-31. [Reprinted, Michigan Quarterly Review, XIX/1 (Spring 1980), pp. 194-202.]

"A Generation of Panderers," Laughing Bear Newsletter, 14 (1978), pp. 1-2. [Reprinted, Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), p. 13.]

"Introduction ['The Undergraduate Literary Magazine']," Spindrift, XVI (1978), p. 6.

"Jerome Rothenberg," New York Arts Journal, 10 (July-August 1978), pp. 28-29.

"The Literature Professsors' Literature Professor [Northrop Frye]," Michigan Quarterly Review, XVII/4 (Fall 1978), pp. 425-42.

"The National Endowment for the Inhumanities," College English, XXXIX/5 (January 1978), pp. 595-602.

"The Next Assembling," Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 24-26.

"Notes on CCLM," Hyperion, VI/1-4 (March 1978), pp. 192-93. [Reprinted, Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 50-52.]

"NYSCA Again," Eighth K-Z Assembling (1978), 4 pp. [Reprinted, Intermedia, II/3 (1979), pp. 87-90.]

"The NYSCA Lit Panel," Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 37-47.

"NYSCA--Literature," Northeast Rising Sun, II/10-III/11 (1978), pp. 21-23. [Reprinted, Precisely: Two, I/2 (May 1978), pp. 27-32.]

"Rigging the Grants Jury," The Independent, 0/2 (Nov. 1978), pp. 1, 3.

"Robert Wilson: A Comprehensive Profile of the Man and His Works," Texas Arts Journal, 2-4 (1978), pp. 63-77.

INTERVIEW:

"In Conversation," Blank Tape, 2 (1978), 3 pp.

REVIEWS:

New York Arts Journal: Mitchell S. Ross's The Literary Politicians (April-May 1978).

New York Times Book Review: Collected Poems of Thomas Merton (5 Feb. 1978), Barry Gifford and Lawrence Lee's Jack's Book (31 Dec. 1978).

FICTIONS:

"And So Forth [excerpts]," Blank Tape, 2 (1978), 2 pp.

"And So Forth [excerpts]," Brilliant Corners, 9 (Summer 1978), pp. 44-53.

"And So Forth [excerpts]," Lightworks, 8 (1978), pp. 14-16.

"Flip," So and So (Fall 1978), 3 pp.

"Metamorphosis," T. F. Press, III (Spring 1978), p. 8.

"Recapitulate," Laughing Bear, 6 (1978), pp. 34-40.

"Retreat-Retire," Laughing Bear, 6 (1978), pp. 1-13.

IMAGINATIVE PROSE:

"Absurd the American Novel," New Orleans Review, VI/1 (1978), p. 77.

"Assembling Why," in Michael Slater, ed., The Big House (N.Y.: Ailanthus Press), p. 46.

"Junkies and All That Jazz," HooDoo, 6 1/2 (1978), p. 106.

"Means Events Theatrical in Mixed," X, 4 91978), 2 pp.

"Recyclings," Artzone, I/1 (1978), 5 pp.

"Recyclings," Intrepid, 36-38 (1978), pp. 35-39.

PHOTOGRAPHS:

"Reincarnations [four images]," Camera 35, XXIII/4 (May 1978), pp. 10-11.

"Reincarnations [four images]," Interstate, 10/11 (1978), pp. 72-77.

"Reincarnations [four images]," New York Arts Journal, 12 (Nov.-Dec. 1978), pp. 24, 26.

"Reincarnations [four images]," +/O, 21 (1978), pp. 60-61.

POEMS:

"Abracadabra," Abracadabra, 3 (1978), 1 p.

"Anagram," "Benedictine," "Oscillate," "Parallel Diagonals," "Womb," After-Image (1978), pp. 13-16.

"Conjugal Love," Poets On, II/1 (Winter 1978), p. 29. [Reprinted, Goethe's Notes, 6 (1978), cover.]

"Degenerate," "Explosion," "Relationships," T. F. Press, III (Spring 1978), 4 pp.

"Diverse-Obverse," "Illuminations," "R. Kostelanetz," Aura, 8 (Spring 1978), pp. 49-50.

"Hat," & replies to a questionnaire, Milk Quarterly (1978), pp. 35, 108.

"Hiroshima," "Radar," "Wings," El Coqui, 2 (May 1978), pp. 47-49.

"Illuminations," "Structure," White Walls, I/2 (March 1978), pp. 36-37.

"Richard Kostelanetz," Catalogue to Black on White (Segovia, Spain: La Casa del Siglo XV, 1978), 1 p.

"RKostelanetz," Rubberstampsdesigns (Amsterdam, 1978), 1 p.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Fun," Artists' Stamp Sheet (Smith College, 1978), 1 p.

"Memories," Typewriter, 9 (1978), 1 p.

"Olympian Progress," "Short Fictions," Nimrod, XXII/1 (Spring-Summer 1978), pp. 44-45.

"Slumping," Cabevolt, 5 (Fall 1978), 1 p.

"1024," Panache, 19 (1978), pp. 38-39.

AUDIOTAPES:

Audio Art (N.Y.: RK Editions), 90' cassette, 10" reel.

Foreshortenings & Other Stories (N.Y.: RK Editions), 60' cassette.

Monotapes (N.Y.: RK Editions), 42' cassette.

Openings & Closings (N.Y.: RK Editions), 60' cassette.

"Dialogue," "Milestones in a Life," "Plateaux," "Recyclings," "Self-Interview," in The Energy Circus (Washington, DC: National Public Radio), 90' cassette.

HOLOGRAMS:

On Holography. N.Y.: Cabin Creek Center for Work and Environmental Studies--RK Editions. 360 degree Integral White Light Hologram, with accompanying 90' stereo audiotape cassette.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Wordsand." Comprehensive one-person, with book-art books, prints, audiotapes, videotapes and films. Simon Fraser Gallery, Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, BC (10-29 Sept.)

"Book Art." One-person. PS 1, Long Island City, NY (Jan.); Tulsa Central Library (April).

"Literary Video Tapes." One-person. Video Gallery, McKissick Museum, Univ. of South Carolina (27 Nov.-14 Jan. 1979).

"Dissonance & Harmony," Cork Room, Avery Fisher Hall, N. Y., NY (4-17 Jan.); Westminster College Art Gallery, New Wilmington, PA (6 Feb.-1 March).

"Artists' Stamps," Hillyer Hall Art Gallery, Smith College (Feb.).

"Artwords and Bookworks," Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (Feb.- March) and elsewhere.

"The Sorcerer's Apprentice--Machine-Assisted Art," Pace Univ., N.Y. (12 May-14 June)

"Post-Card Size Art," Arte-Fiera--O.I.A. (June).

"ISBN: 0:000.0 LCN: 78:0000," Franklin Furnace (Oct.).

"The Robin Crozier Blue Show," Gallkeri Sudurgata 7, Reykjavik, Iceland (Oct.).

"1st International Mail Art Show," Gallery 300, St. John's Univ., Staten Island, NY (16 Oct.-3 Nov.)

"As We See It," Museum of Holography, N.Y., NY (December 1978-April 1979)

1979

BOOKS:

Twenties in the Sixties. Westport, CT: Greenwood; Brooklyn, NY: Assembling; Globe, NSW, Australia: Wild & Woolley. 336 pp.

"The End" Appendix/"The End" Essentials. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow; Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. 256 pp.

And So Forth. NY: Future. 212 pp.

Exhaustive Parallel Intervals. NY: Future. 160 pp.

A Critical Assembling. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. 336 pp. Compiled, with an introduction.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Climb," in Adriano Spatola & Giovanni Fontana, eds., Oggi Poesia Domani (Firenze, Italy: Tamtam & Dismasura), 1 p.

"From Fibonacci," "Mirror," in Ernest Robson & Jet Wimp, eds., Against Infinity (Parker Ford, PA: Primary Press), pp. 30-31.

ESSAYS:

"Autochronology," in Angelika Schmidt., ed., "Artists Report" Mail Art (Stuttgart Kunstlerhaus, 1979), 1 p. [Reprinted, Interstate, 15 (1982), p. 10. Delfin, V (Sept. 1985), p. 90.]

"CCLM Grants," The Independent, I/1 (Jan. 1979), pp. 3-6. [Reprinted, Stony Hills, 4 (1979), pp. 8-10.]

"Genealogy," Happiness Holding Tank, 19 (1979), 1 p.

"Gimmicks," Unmuzzled Ox, IV/4-V (1979), pp. 115-17.

"Influential Books," Interstate, 12 (1979), pp. 123-25.

"Life-Story," Everyman (1979), 2 pp.

"Logs," Happiness Holding Tank, 19 (1979), 4 pp.

"Lost Passages from Literary Politics in America," The Independent, I/3-4 (1979), pp. 7-12.

"On Holography," New Orleans Review, VI/3 (1979), pp. 272-74. [Reprinted, abridged, SoHo Weekly News (March 1979), 1 p.; Leonardo, XIII (1980), pp. 40-41.]

"Tribu letteraire in America," Spirali, 6 (Giugno, 1979), p. 42.

Untitled record jacket note, John Cage: Etudes Australes for Piano (Tomato 2-1101), 2 pp. [Reprinted, Wergo 60152-55 (1987), 2 pp.]

"Why A Critical Assembling," The Independent, I/3-4 (1979), pp. 34-37.

INTERVIEWS:

"Art in the Culture," (with John Cage and Richard Foreman), Performing Arts Journal, IV/1-2 (1979), pp. 70-84. [Reprinted, in German translation, in Theatre Heute, 1/1980, pp. 20-24.]

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Daryl Hine and Joseph Parisi's The Poetry Anthology (March-April 1979).

New York Times Book Review: John Cage's Empty Words (2 Dec. 1979).

FICTIONS:

"And So Forth [excerpts]," Not Guilty (1979), pp. 48-52.

"Epiphanies," New York Arts Journal, 15 (Sept. 1978), p. 13.

"Epiphanies [a different selection]," Northwest Review, XVIII/2 (1979), pp. 6-7.

POEMS:

"Paroles/Vibrations/Vecteurs/Poems," "Flet/Flemme/Fleuve/Flegme," Poèsie, U.S. A., III/2 (Winter 1979), 18-19.

"Richard Kostelanetz," Not Guilty (1979), p. 53.

"Cellophane," "Sweep," Everyman (1979), 3 pp.

IMAGINATIVE PROSE:

"Conspand-Extract," Gegenschien, 16-17-18 (1978), 17 pp.

"Plus/Minus XXIX," The Westbere Review, II/3 (Fall 1979), p. 21.

PHOTOGRAPHS:

"Reincarnations," Uroboros, 4 (1979), pp. 52-56.

VIDEO ART:

Declaration of Independence, produced at KENW-ETV (Portales, NY), 9 min.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Art as Revolt of Culture," Gallery Maximal Art, Poznan, Poland (August 1979).

"Doc(k)s Post Card," Galerie Lara Vincy, Paris (Feb.-March 1979).

"Films and Videotapes," Global Village, New York (30 March 1979). One-person show.

"High Plastic 'n Poetry," Trinity House, Austin, TX (Feb. 1979).

"Numbers," Galleria 'Nuova' 13, Alessandra, Italy (July-Sept. 1979).

"Rassegna internagionale di poesia visuale e fonetica," Biblioteca Communale, Frosinone, Italy (Sept. 1980).

"The Route 66 Postal Art Show," Downtown Center for the Arts, Albuquerque, NH (Feb.-March 1979).

"Rubberstamp Art," A propos, Luzern, Switzerland (June, 1979).

1980

BOOKS:

Metamorphosis in the Arts. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. 323 pp.

More Short Fictions. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. 192 pp.

Text-Sound Texts. N.Y., NY: William Morrow. 441 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

Visual Literature Criticism. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. 192 pp. Edited, with a preface and a contribution.

Scenarios. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. 704 pp. Edited, with a preface and a contribution.

The Yale Gertrude Stein. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 464 pp. Edited, with an introduction.

CHAPBOOKS:

Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches. Battle Ground, IN: High/Coo. 20 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

Selected poems, in Michael Joseph Phillips, ed., 4 Major Visual Poets (Indianapolis: Free University Press), 36 pp.

"Art Autobiography [excerpt]," "Numerical Art," in Hans Breder & Stephen C. Foster, eds., Intermedia (Iowa City: Corroboree--the University of Iowa), pp. 113-16.

"Time and Space Concepts in Music and Visual Art [transcribed symposium, with others]," in Marilyn Bedford & Jerry Herman, eds., Time and Space Concepts in Art (N.Y., NY: Pleiades Gallery), pp. 2-25.

"Book Art Dummy," in Sarenco, ed., Liber (Verona, Italy: Factotum Art), 2 pp.

"Bowdlerize," "Enclosure," "Trial by Jury," "Black-White," in Willard R. Espy, ed., Another Almanac of Words at Play (N.Y., NY: Clarkson N. Potter), pp. 28, 200.

ESSAYS:

"A Happy Publisher," New York Times Book Review (13 July 1980), pp. 7, 28-29.

"A Profile of Amos Oz," Present Tense, VII/2 (Winter 1980), pp. 48-53.

"An ABC of Contemporary Reading [excerpts from a revised version]," Chouteau Review, IV/1 (1980), pp. 35-43.

"Again NYSCA Again," Format, II/5 (January 1980), pp. 7-10.

"The Artistic Explosion," in David Wallechensky, et al, The Book of Predictions (N.Y., NY: Morrow), pp. 246-47.

"Avant-Garde," National Forum, LX/4 (Fall 1980), 16-19.

"Cage History," SoHo Weekly News, VII/18 (31 Jan.-6 Feb. 1980).

"Don Celender," New York Arts Journal, 18 (1980), pp. 27-28.

"Foreword" to Michael Joseph Phillips, Selected Love Poems (Indianapolis: Hackett), pp. xi-xii.

"Insidious Intermediaries," The Smudge, 7 (Spring 1980), pp. 22-23. [Reprinted, A Critical Assembling (Brooklyn, NY: Assembling, 1979), 2 pp.]

"John Cage in Conversation with Richard Kostelanetz, Mostly About Writing," New York Arts Journal (1980), pp. 17-22.

"1970-79," in Melody Sumner, ed., 1970-79 (Oakland, CA: Burning Books), 1 p.

"Published/Unpublished [new version]," Tenth Assembling (1980), 2 pp.

"Self-Publishing II," Writer's Newsletter, IV/1 (Summer 1980), pp. 15-20.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Edward Field's A Geography of Poets (May-June 1980). Michael Straight's Twigs for an Eagle's Nest (Nov.-Dec. 1980).

New York Arts Journal: Daniel Hoffman's The Harvard Guide to Contemporary American Writing (# 17). [Reprinted, PN Review, 17 (1980).]

FICTION:

"Cooking," "Researching," "Sunning," River Stix, 6 (1980), pp. 56-58.

"Epiphanies," Lost and Found Times, 9 (Nov. 1980), 1 p.

"Epiphanies [a different selection]," Gargoyle, 15/16 (1980), p. 45 (a two-
page pull-out).

"Plus/Minus," Pulp, VI/2 (1980), p. 4.

"Seductions," Benzene, I/1 (Autumn 1980), pp. 12-15.

POEMS:

"Distant/Diameter/Polar/Antipodes," "Farts/Gurgling/Spices/Beans," "Abstinence|/Seclusion/Narcissism/Sobriety," "Ally/Partner/Friend/Clove," Antenna, V/1 (Summer 1980).

"Flet/Flemme/Fleuve/Flegme," & ten other poems in French, Enclitic, IV/1 (Spring 1980), pp. 4-15. [Reprinted, in part, Doc(k)s, 35 (1980), folios 207-11.)

"Stringfour," Osiris, 11 (1980), p. 12.

IMAGINATIVE PROSE:

"Reunion," Invisible City, 26-27 (August 1980), 1 p.

THEATRICAL PERFORMANCES:

Epiphanies, directed by Suzanne Bennett, University of North Dakota (March 19, 1980)

EXHIBITIONS:

Wordsand (solo multimedia retrospective), Univ. of North Dakota (March 17-April 11); California State Univ.--Bakersfield (April-May); Miami Dade Community College (October 29-November 14), Cornell College, Iowa (Dec. 9-Jan. 18, 1981).

"Reincarnations" (solo photographs), Micro Gallery, San Jose, CA (May 2-23).

"Directions for Use," Stempelplaats, Amsterdam (Jan.-April).

"Eccentric Images," Converse Gallery, Spartanburg, SC (March-April).

"Tourism, A Show on Travel," Heller Gallery, Univ. of California, Berkeley (Oct. 5-Nov. 2).

"Visual Poetry," Union Gallery, San Jose State University, California (March-April 1980).

"Vom Ausseher der Worter," Kunstmuseum Hannover (Nov.-Dec. 1980).

1981

BOOKS:

Autobiographies. Santa Barbara, CA: Mudborn--N.Y., NY: Future. 283 pp.

The Old Poetries and the New. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 316 pp.

Aural Literature Criticism [Precisely 10 11 12]. N.Y., NY: Precisely--R.K. Editions. Edited, with a preface, a bibliography and a contribution. 192 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS & ON AUDIOTAPE:

"Art History," in Peter Jorg Splettstosser, International Stempel Workshop (International Rubberstamp Workshop, 1981), 1 p.

"Autochronology," in Walter Zanini, ed., XVI Bienal de Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo,), 1 p.

"Epiphanies," in Vicki Hudspith & Madeline Keller, eds., Knock Knock (N.Y., NY: Bench Press), pp. 64-65.

"Epiphanies [a different selection]," in Ron Kolm, ed., The Low-Tech Manual (N.Y., NY: Low-Tech Press), pp. 28-30.

"Epiphanies [a different selection]," in James F. L. Carroll, ed., In and Out of Kutztown (Kutztown, PA: Kutztown State College), 4 pp.

"Fissure," in La Exposicao International de Art-Door (Recife, Brazil), p. 75.

"One Night Stood," in Gary Richman, ed., Re: Pages (Kingston, RI: Hera Educational Foundation), p. 37.

"Plateaux," in Rod Summers, ed., Ulises' Dog (Maastricht: Vec Audio Exchange), 2:50"

"Two Tonal Composers," in Gregory Battcock, ed., Breaking the Sound Barrier (N.Y., NY: Dutton), pp. 284-99.

"Tributes to Henry Ford," in Eunice Boardman, et al, The Music Book (Holt, 1981), pp. xix-xx.

AUDIOTAPES BROADCAST:

Invocations, 61' (Berlin, BRD: Sender Freies Berlin), as author & director. [Rebroadcast, Hilversum, Holland: KRO; Sydney: Australian Broadcasting; Belgrade: Yugoslav Radio; Toronto: CBC; and local American stations.]

Seductions, 24' 46", as author and director, over WBAI, New York, NY.

ESSAYS:

"A Mind That Cannot Stop Exploding [Kenneth Burke]," New York Times Book Review (17 March 1981), pp. 11, 24-26. [Reprinted, American Writing Today (Voice of America Forum Series, 1982), I, pp. 91-99.]

"A Tomato That Turned into a Lemon," Artworkers News (Jan. 1981), p. 25.

"B.B. King of the Blues," Horizon, XXIV/9 (Sept. 1981), pp. 26-31.

Contribution to "The Classics of Secular Humanism," Free Inquiry, I/2 (Summer 1981), p. 37.

"Fuck You, Just Try To Sue Us," Home Planet News, II/4 (Summer 1981), pp. 3, 16-17; II/1 (1981), pp. 3-4.

"Introduction [to Richard Grayson's Disjointed Fictions]," Cumberland Journal, 15 (1981), pp. 4-5.

"Jack Kerouac," New York Arts Journal, 21 (1981), pp. 21-23.

"Kinds of Power," Format, III/6 (Spring 1981), pp. 33.

"Text-Sound in North America: Further Notes," Precisely: Ten Eleven Twelve (1981), pp. 17-38.

"The Special Sound of German Radio," New York Times (13 Dec. 1981), pp. 33.

"The Ultimate Prize," New York Times Book Review (27 Sept. 1981), pp. 3, 31-
32.

CONVERSATIONS:

"Literature in Languages other than English" (with Josef Brodsky, Raymond Federman, Jose Ferater-Mora), New York Arts Journal, 24 (Dec. 1981), pp. 23-30. [Reprinted, American Writing Today (Voice of America Forum Series, 1982), II, pp. 103-127.]

"A Symposium on Text-Sound" (with Charles Dodge, Bliem Kern, Jackson Mac Low), Precisely: Ten Eleven Twelve (1981), pp. 143-60.

REVIEWS:

The New York Times Book Review: Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts (18 Jan. 1981).

POEMS:

From "Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches," Artifact, I/1 (Spring 1981), 2 pp.

From "Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches," Seneca Review, XI/2 (1981), pp. 27-31.

"Gibberish," Poets On, V/1 (Winter 1981), p. 20.

"Grounds, etc.," Hot Water Review, 4 (1981), pp. 52-57.

Portraits from Memory, Look Quick, 9 (1981), 1 p.

"Sun/Exposure/Sweat/Dreaming," Thirst, 2 (1981), 1 p.

"Stringsix....," Poesie, U.S.A., IV/3-4 (Spring-Summer 1981), p. 19.

"Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches," Taide 1 (Gennaiola Prile, 1981), p. 33.

"Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches; Revenge/Anger/Violence/Satisfaction; Sun/Exposure/|Dreaming/Sweat; Intelligence/Analysis/Agility/Deception; Control/Forebearance/|Masochism/Toleration; Technologies/Extensions/Ingenuity/Power; Language/Connotations/Pointillism/Essence; Music/Literature/Immortality/Painting; Night/|Crickets/Apprehension/Surprise; Foreplay/Readiness/Exploration/Yearning," O.ars, I (1981), pp. 77-90

FICTIONS:

"And So Forth," Mississippi Mud, 23 (Spring 1981), pp. 22-29.

"Centering," "Intersections," Total Abandon, 7 (1981), pp. 19-22.

"Epiphanies," Confrontation, 22 (Summer 1981), p. 42.

"Epiphanies," Gnome Baker, VII & VIII (Spring 1981), 11 pp.

"Epiphanies," Milkweed Chronicle, II/1 (Winter 1981), pp. 24-25.

"Epiphanies," Mississippi Review, IX/3 (27, Winter 1981), pp. 80-84.

"Epiphanies," Portland Review, XXVII/1 (Fall/Winter Quarter 1981), pp. 28-29.

"Epiphanies," Street Bagel, 15, 1 p.

"Extrapolate," Criss-Cross, 11/12 (March 1981), pp. 34-35.

Four Circular Stories, North American Review, CCLXVI/1 (March 1981), p. 52.

"Openings & Closings [excerpts]," Maelstrom Review, 18/19 (1981), pp. 59-60.

"Openings & Closings [another selection]," The South Carolina Review, XIII/1 (Fall 1981), pp. 36-48.

"Recircuit," Xanadu, 7 (1981), 39-44.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Metamorphosis," Benzene, 3 (Summer-Fall 1981), 1 p.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Assembling Why (1973)," O.ars, 1 (1981), p. 29.

Excerpts from Recyclings, with performance instructions, Zone, 7 (Spring-Summer 1981), p. 40.

PHOTOGRAPHS:

"Recall [excerpt]," Invisible City, 28 (Dec. 1981), p. 12.

"Reincarnations," Scree, 19-21 (1981), pp. 133-137.

THEATRICAL PERFORMANCES:

Epiphanies, directed by Elizabeth St. John Villard, Vassar College (October 1991)

EXHIBITIONS:

"Wordsand [solo]," Vassar College, Poukeepsie, NY (Oct.-Nov. 1981).

"A Contemporary Artists' Book Exhibition," Philadelphia Arts Alliance; Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (May-Oct. 1981).

"Book Show," Zone, Springfield, MA (Sept. 1981).

"First International Art-Door Exhibition," Recife, Brazil (1981).

"Kunstlerbucher," Frankfurt Kunstverein (Oct. 1981).

"Libres d'artista/Artist's Books," Metronom, Barcelona, Spain (Oct.-Nov. 1981).

"Rigors," The Patrick Gallery, Austin, TX (May-June 1981).

1982

BOOKS:

American Writing Today. Washington, DC: Voice of America Forum Series. Two Volumes. 339 pp. & 318 pp. Edited, with an introduction and several contributions. [Reprinted, abridged, in Portuguese: Viagem a Literatura Americana Contemporanea (Rio de Janiero: Editorial Nordica, 1985), 517 pp.]

Pilot Proposals. Brooklyn, NY: Assembling. 96 pp. Co-compiled, with a preface and a contribution.

Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches. Kansas City, MO: Bookmark--Univ. of Missouri. 64 pp.

SPECIAL ISSUES OF LITERARY MAGAZINES:

"The Literature of SoHo," Shantih, IV/3-4 (Winter-Spring 1982), 128 pp. Edited, with an introduction and contributions.

"The Poetics of the New Poetries," Precisely: 13 14 15 16/Poetics Today (Summer 1982). 239 pp. Co-edited, with a contribution.

AUDIOTAPES:

Die Evangelien, 60' (Köln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author & producer. [Reproduced in English, 120', as The Gospels, which has been broadcast over local stations in the US and Canada.]

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Avant-Garde," in Donald Hall, ed., Claims for Poetry (Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan), pp. 238-249.

"Disintegration," in X. J. Kennedy, An Introduction to Poetry, Fifth Edition (Boston: Little, Brown), p. 202.

"Fun," in V. Bakhchanyan, et al, eds., Collective Farm No. 3 (NY), 1 p.

"Lollipop," in Willard R. Espy, ed., A Children's Almanac of Words at Play (NY: Potter), p. 216.

"Manifestoes," in Brend Olbrich, ed., Rubberstamp Show (Kassel, Germany), 1 p.

"Manifestoes," Poesia Experimental, Ara (Valencia), p. 9.

"Plus/Minus," in Arkady Rovner, et al, eds., Gnosis Anthology (NY: Gnosis), pp. 152-55.

"Portraits from Memory [two]," in Morty Sklar, ed., The Spirit That Moves Us Reader (Iowa City: The Spirit That Moves Us), pp. 15-16.

CONVERSATIONS:

"Book Art" (with Jamake Highwater, Lucy Lippard & Paul Zelevansky), American Writing Today, II, pp. 293-303.

"Literary Criticism" (with Ihab Hassan, Jerome Klinkowitz & John Simon), in American Writing Today, II, pp. 1-21.

"Literary Translation" (with Guy Daniels, Charles Doria, Barbara Stoler Miller and Robert Payne), American Writing Today, II, 173-197.

"Short Story Writing" (with Stephen Dixon, Carol Emshwiller, Kenneth Gangemi, & Richard Grayson), in Gargoyle, 20/21 ("Fiction 82"), pp. 420-448.

"Talking [with John Cage] about Writings through Finnegans Wake, Tri-Quarterly, 54 (Spring 1982), pp. 208-216. [Reprinted, in Peter Gena & Jonathan Brent, eds., A John Cage Reader (NY: C. F. Peters), pp. 142-50.]

"Visual Poetry" (with Alain Arias-Misson, Tom Ockerse & Mary Ellen Solt), American Writing Today, II, 225-49.

"Writing and Performance" (with Richard Foreman, Robert Wilson & Linda Mussmann), New York Arts Journal, 25-26 (1982), pp. 4-9.

ESSAYS:

"ABC of Contemporary Reading [revised version]," Poetics Today/Precisely: 13 14 15 16 (Spring 1982), pp. 5-46.

"Bibliography," with Jerome Klinkowitz, American Writing Today, II, pp. 305-318.

Contribution to "On Art, Money and Power," MC:2 (1982), 1 p.

"Cunningham [Merce] Revisited," Dance Magazine, LVI/7 (July 1982), pp. 56-59.

"Film (1977)," with illustrations, Red Hand Book II (1982), pp. 86-88.

"Introduction," American Writing Today, I, pp. 1-9.

"Letter from Berlin," Bennington Review, 14 (Winter 1982), pp. 31-40.

"Notes on Invocations," Ear, VII/2 (Feb.-March 1982), p. 24. [Revised as "Re: Invocations," Before the Rapture, 4 (1984), pp. 42-44.]

"Relationships [in German translation]," KULTuhr Zwo (1982), pp. 40-42.

"The Funding of the Arts: The Politics of Who Gets What--and Why," Book Forum, VI/3 (1982), pp. 93-105.

"The Literature of SoHo: An Introduction," Shantih, IV/3-4 (Winter-Spring 1982), pp. 2-4.

"Through the Wall to East Berlin," New York Times, Section X (5 Sept. 1982), p. 9.

REVIEWS:

Partisan Review: Samuel Beckett's Company and William S. Burroughs' Cities of the Red Night (1/1982).

POEMS:

"Delight," "Symbol," "Abscissa," "Definite," "Control," with "Notes on Turfs, etc.," The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review (Fall 1982), pp. 33-39.

"Gold, etc.," Abraxas, 25/26 (1982), p. 50.

"Grounds," "Memory," "Art," "Painting," "Innovation," "Mankind," Lips, 4 (1982), pp. 28-33.

"Kingdom," "Bigamist," "Cement," "Collection," "Muffle," Muse-Pie, 2 (1982), pp. 38-42.

"Liberty, etc.," Poets On: Distances, VI/2 (Summer 1982), p. 16.

"Sixth Street--Second-Third Avenue," Mr. Cogito, V/5 (1982)., 2 pp.

"Turfs," "Poem," "Language," "City," "Points," "Lawns," Lips, 3 (1982), 6 pp.

"Turfs," "Sun," "Night," "Frolic," Pinchpenny, III/2 (April-May 1982), 4 pp.

FICTIONS:

"Epiphanies," Maelstrom Review, 21/22 (1982), p. 61.

"Epiphanies," Moosehead Review, 6 (1982), pp. 13-21.

"Epiphanies [video version]," Shantih, IV/3-4 (Winter-Spring 1982), pp. 32-
33.

"First Love?" in Larry Walczak, ed., Post-Romance--Artists' Valentines (Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, 1982), 1 p.

"I Walked...," Poetry Now, VI/6 (# 36) (Oct. 1982), p. 11.

"Openings & Closings [a different selection]," Oboe, 5 (1982), pp. 140-44.

"Three Chapters from 'Plus/Minus,'" Konglomerati, VI/2 (1982), pp. 12-14.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Addract & Subtrition," Shantih, IV/3-4 (Winter-Spring 1982), p. 59.

VISUAL ART:

"Getting Laid in Manhattan," Delos, XXVIII/4 (April 1982), pp. 70-71.

PHOTOGRAPHY:

"Recall [a complete sequence]," Shantih, IV/3-4 (Winter-Spring 1982, pp. 67-
72.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Visuelle/Konkrete Poesie," Galerie Gruppe Grun, Bremen, Germany (August-Sept 1982).

1983

BOOKS:

Epiphanies [in German]. Berlin: Literarisches Colloquium--Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD. 48 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Disintegration," in X.J. Kennedy, ed., Literature, third edition (Boston: Little, Brown), p. 598.

Excerpts from 1966 conversation with John Cage, translated into French by Monique Fong, in John Cage, Journal (Paris: Maurice Nadeau/Papyrus), pp. 18-20, 60-65.

"Football Forms," in Brian Kellow & John Krisak, eds., Poetry & Language (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson), pp. 184-187.

"Getting Laid in Manhattan," in Guy Blues, W.A.A. Mail eARTh Project (Turnhout, Belgium), 1 p.

"Glenn Gould: Bach in the Electronic Age," in John McGreevy, ed., Glenn Gould Variations (Toronto: Doubleday), pp. 125-142.

"Increments," "Reincarnations [2]," "1024," Visual & Concrete Poetry (Gulfport, FL: Konglomerati Foundation), 4 pp.

"John Martin," in Richard Peabody, ed., Mavericks (Washington, DC: Paycock), pp. 65-71.

TELEVISION FILMS:

Epiphanies (with a German soundtrack produced by the author), "Projektionen," Sender Freies Berlin--North German Television Network (8 July 1983).

RECORDS:

Invocations (New York: Folkways), 60' [reissued on audiocassette, 37902, Smithsonian/Folkways, 1991]

"Dialogues," "Excelsior," on Voooxing Poooetre (Bondeno, Italy: Biblioteca Com. Le Arci), 2'

AUDIOTAPES BROADCAST:

The Eight Nights of Hanukah, 5'40" (Toronto: Canadian Broadcasting, December, 1983). [Rebroadcast, Köln: Westdeutscher Rundfunk, 24 December 1984.]

RADIO FEATURES:

Radio-Comedy, 40' (Koln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author. [Rebroadcast, Stockholm: Sveriges Radio, Jan. 1984.]

ESSAYS:

"A New Yorker's Berlin," DAAD Letter, 4 (Dezember 1983), pp. 4-5. [Expanded, Exquisite Corpse, III/11-12 (Nov.-Dec. 1985), pp. 20-21; expanded further, Book Forum, VII/3 (1985), pp. 15-19. In German translation, revised & abridged, "Ansichten eines unheilbaren New Yorkers," Zitty, 21 (10-23 October 1985), pp. 36-39. In definitive English, Gerhard Kirchhoff, ed., Views of Berlin (Birkhäuser, 1989), pp. 179-89.]

"On Epiphanies," Bambu, 6 (April 1983), 1 p.

"Richard Kostelanetz on Himself, His Work and Receptiveness to the Avant-Garde," Woodrose, 6 (Fall-Winter 1983), pp. 6-12.

"The Queen & King of Grants," Exquisite Corpse, I/2 (Feb.-March 1983), pp. 10-12; I/4 (April 1983), pp. 9-10.

"Time Is Inexorable," Posthype, II/5 (1983), 1 p.

REVIEWS:

The American Book Review: Books by Artists, edited by Tim Guest, V/4 (May-June 1983). [Reprinted, Leonardo, XVI/4 (1983).]

POEMS:

"Beguile," "Elongate" (two circular poems), Lips, 6 (1983), pp. 30-31.

"Book Art Dummy," Lotta Poetica, II/14 (Sept. 1983), p. 57.

Excerpt from "Stringfour," Northwest Review, XX/2-3 (1983), p. 54.

"Fame," "Foreplay," "Symbol," Lips, 5 (1983), pp. 14-16.

"Freak," "Gibberish," The Pawn Review, VII/1 (1983), pp. 40, 75.

"Stringfour," "Stringfive," Fetiche Journal, 4/5 (1983), 2 pp.

FICTIONS:

"Epiphanies," Blue Soap, I/2 (Summer 1983), 1 p.

"Epiphanies," Northern Pleasure, 3 (1983), pp. 1, 40.

"Epiphanies," Vol. No. 2 (Summer 1983), 1 p.

"Epiphanies," WC4 Box '83 (1983), 4 pp.

"Single-Sentence Stories," Alaska Quarterly Review, II/1 + 2 (Fall + Winter 1983), pp. 27-28.

"Single-Sentence Stories [different selection]," Pulp, IX/1 (1983), p. 3.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Art as Numbers...Numbers as Art," with "1024," "Multiples," “<-------->,” "Increments," "Athletic Progress," "Two Intervals," "Increments," "202-505," and five images from Exhaustive Parallel Intervals, Tempo, XXVIII/1 (1983), pp. 27-34.

PHOTOGRAPHY:

"Ein Verlorenes Berlin," Aesthetik und Kommunikation, 52 (Sept. 1983), pp. 94-98.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

"Constructivist Fictions and Book-Art Books," Art Research Center, Kansas City (26 Feb.-18 Mar.).

"Epiphanies" (film, video, cards), Freedman Gallery & Gingrich Library Gallery, Albright College (19 April-6 May).

1984

BOOKS:

Recyclings. New York, NY: Future. 320 pp.

FILM:

Ein Verlorenes Berlin (with Martin Koerber, in German), 21', as coproducer, co-director & co-author. Screenings at international festivals in Berlin, Oberhausen, Munich; also at Jewish Museum (N.Y.), Anthology Film Archives (N.Y.) and at universities around the U.S.

AUDIOTAPES:

Audio Writing (N.Y.: RK Editions), 91', with excerpts from "This Is My Poem," "Excelsior," "Milestones in a Life," "Turfs, etc.," "Lawns, etc.," "Plateaux," "Openings & Closings," "Praying to the Lord," "Invocations," "The Gospels," "Die Evangelien," "The Eight Nights of Hanukah," "Seductions," "Relationships," "Foreshortenings," "Conversations," "Declaration of Independence," "Stringsieben," "New York City," "Epiphanies," and "What's in a Name?" [Broadcast on several American stations, 1984-86.]

New York City [International Version], 61' (Koln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk). [Rebroadcast, Australian Broadcasting, 1985; WNYC-FM, 1988; and elsewhere around the world as part of the WDR series "Metropolis." Also exhibited at Documenta VI, Kassel, West Germany, 1987.]

"Dialogues," "Plateaux," "Excelsior," "Recyclings 6 & 7," "Milestones in a Life," in Sanctuary, 3 (1984).

RADIO FEATURES:

Audio Writing, 60' (Sydney: Australian Broadcasting), as author, narrator and producer.

Charles Dodge, 30' (Sydney: Australian Broadcasting), as interviewer and producer.

Doris Hays, 30' (Sydney: Australian Broadcasting), as interviewer and producer.

Hörspielmacher Glenn Gould, 70' (Koln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author. [Rebroadcast Austrian Radio and Swiss-German Radio, 1986, 1988.]

Nach Weissensee, 65' (Berlin, BRD: RIAS), as co-author.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Autochronology," in Sharon Wysocki, ed., The Art of the Journal--Journal Art (Dearborn Heights, MI: Progressive Press), 1 p.

"Disintegration," "Reactions and Alternatives [abridged]," A Chelsea Retrospective (NY: Chelsea Associates), pp. 218-222.

"Enclosure," Figura/Scrittura/Partitura (Frosinone, Italy: Liceo Artistica Statale "Anton Guilio Bragaglia"), back cover.

"Enclosure," "My Artwork entitled 'On Holography,'" Figura/Scrititura/|Partitura (Velletri, Italy: Galleria "Il'Punto"), 5 pp.

"Tribute to Henry Ford," in Scope English Anthology--Level Four (N.Y.: Scholastic), p. 206.

ESSAYS:

"'A Squad of Rubber Stamps'--The Literature Program at NYSCA," Home Planet News, IV/4 (Spring 1984), p. 9.

"Autobiographies," Action Image, I/1 (Autumn 1984), pp. 62-72.

"Avant-Garde (1984)," NEQ/BLQ, VII/1 (Autumn 1984), PP. 24-39.

"Avant-Garde Poetry in America Now," Poet & Critic, XV/3 (1984), pp. 60-61. [Reprinted, Poetry Nippon, 68 (Sept. 1984), pp. 28-29.; translated into Hungarian by Katalin Berkes, Uj Symposion, 7-8 (1987), pp. 22-23.]

Contribution to "Writing and Politics," Fiction International, XV/1 (1984), pp. 20-21.

"The Distinctions of Humanism," Free Inquiry, IV/2 (Spring 1984), p. 47.

"Excerpts from Texts & Proposals for Radio (In Progress through the 80s)," Perspectives of New Music, XXIII/1 (1984), pp. 44-85.

"Literary Berlin," North American Review, CCLXIX/1 (March 1984), pp. 4-7.

"Preface to a Proposed Book of Scripts To Perform," Legionnaire (10th Anniversary Issue--Dec. 1984), pp. 31-33.

"The Republic of Letters by Grant Webster," in Peter Frank, ed., Re*dact (N.Y.: Willis, Locker & Owens), pp. 101-02.

"Scarsdale Reunion," Pulpsmith, IV/2 (Summer 1984), pp. 109-115.

"'Sour Grapes,'" Smoke Signals (Aug. 1984), pp. 15-16.

REVIEWS:

Chronicles of Culture: The Art of Humanism, by Kenneth Clark (March 1984).

POEMS:

"Alarm," "Eleven," "Formidable," "Lubricant" (four circular poems), Phoebus, II/1 (Fall-Winter 1984), 4 pp.

"Aperature," "Assemblings" (two circular poems), Lips, 7 (1984), 2 pp.

"Antidote," "Insult," "Rejoice," "Utterer" (four eight-word poems), Lucky Star, II/1 (Oct. 1984), pp. 14-20.

"Death" (a circular poem), Poets On: Barriers (Winter 1984), 1 p.

"Duets" (complete sequence of thirty-three two-word poems), Score, 3 (1984), 11 pp.

"Love," "Penury" (two sixteen-word poems), Northeast Journal, IV/1 (1984), pp. 25-26.

"Stringfour," Interstate, 16 (1984), p. 81.

"Stringsiebeneidenkenher...," Protokolle (1/84), pp. 161-62. [Reprinted, Malthus, 4 (1989), 1 p.

"Syntax," etc.; "Error," etc.; "Courage," etc.; "Beauty," etc.; Poet & Critic, XVI/1 (Fall 1984), pp. 10-13.

Three three-word poems, three two-word poems, one circular poem (ending "English"), Clinch, 3 (1984), 1 p.

FICTIONS:

"Epiphanies," The Bellingham Reivew, VII/1 (Spring 1984), p. 31-33.

"Epiphanies," Home Planet News, V/1 (Fall 1984), p. 10.

"Epiphanies," Impetus, 2 (Dec. 1984), p. 23.

"Epiphanies," Nexus (Winter 1984), 3 pp.

"Epiphanies," Pulp, X/1 (1984), 3 pp.

"Epiphanies," Vol. No. 3 (1984), 1 p.

Thirteen very short fictions, Big Scream, 19 (1984), 1 p.

"You Enjoy Money," Hubris, 3 (1984), p. 74.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Recyclings," Atticus Review, 6 (1984), 5 pp.

PHOTOGRAPHY:

Excerpt from "A Berlin Lost," Zitty (23/84), 1 p.

Excerpt from "Recall," Gypsy, I/1 (1984), 2 pp.

Excerpts from Reincarnations, Doo Daa Florida, I/3 (Oct. 1984), 1 p.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Video-Sound-Poetry-Festival," Sala Polivalente, Ferrara, Italy (24 Feb).

"Figura/Scrittura/Partitura," Liceo Artistico Statale "Anton Guilio Bragaglia," Frosinone, Italy (19-31 May); Galleria il Punto, Velletri, Italy (16-30 June).

"Turbulence," Art Gallery of York Univ. (Jan. 16-Feb. 10); Gallery/Stratford (Feb. 12-March 11).

Fifth Festival International D'Art Video, Locarno, Switzerland (Aug. 4-10).

"An Exhibition of Artists' Books and Portfolios from the United States of America," Book Fair, Leipzig, DDR (2-8 Sept.)

"On 42nd Street: Artists' Visions," Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, N.Y. (26 Sept.-5 Dec.)

"Rassegna Internazionale di poesia visuale e sonora," Galleria Artestudio, Ponte Nossa (BG), Italy (3 Nov.)

"Peace Earth Peace," Ring House Gallery, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton (15 Nov.-21 Dec., 1984); Off-Centre Centre, Calgary (12 Jan.-26 Jan., 1985); Simon Fraser Gallery, Burnaby, B.C. (8 April-2 May); Struts Gallery, Sackville, N.B. (5 July-28 July); L.S.P.U. Hall, St. John's, Newfoundland (19 August-8 Sept.); Galerie Sans Nom, Moncton, N.B. (23 Sept.-19 Oct.); Northern Life Museum, Fort Smith, N.W.T. (1 March-28 March, 1986); The Great George Street Gallery, Charlottetown, P.E.I. (27 April-24 May); Grand Forks Art Gallery, Grand Forks, B.C. (12 October-9 November); Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta (7 Dec.-5 Jan., 1987).

1985

FILM:

A Berlin Lost, 21' (with Martin Koerber), 21', as coproducer, codirector & coauthor. Screenings at international festivals at Edinburgh, Melbourne, Jerusalem; Jewish Film Festival (San Francisco), Ann Arbor Film Festival (prize-winner); Jewish Museum (N.Y.); Anthology Film Archives (N.Y.) and universities around the world.

Ett Forlorat Berlin (with Martin Koerber, in Swedish), 21', as coproducer, codirector & coauthor. Screenings at Goethehaus, Stockholm; Anthology Film Archives (N.Y.).

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"An ABC of Contemporary Reading," in David Perkins, ed., Chouteau Review: A Retrospective from the First Ten Years (Kansas City: Chouteau Review), pp. 100-107.

"Book Art" and two-page spread from Exhaustive Parallel Intervals, in Joan Lyons, ed., Artists' Books: A Critical Anthology and Sourcebook (Layton, UT: Peregrine Smith), pp. 27-30, 214.

"Book Art," in Joan Lyons, ed., Artists' Books: Special Digest Edition, (Rochester: Visual Studies Workshop), pp. 12-15.

REPRINTS ON AUDIOTAPES:
"Excelsior" & excerpts from New York City in Audio by Artists Festival 1985 (April 1985).

Excerpts from Relationships in Sanctuary, 5 (BRD: Vergin Press).

Excerpt from Openings & Closings, Tellus, 7 (1985).

"Excelsior," Zoo Babies, 1 (1985).

ESSAYS:

"An Anthologist's Job: Making Anew," Contact II, V/36-37 (Fall 1985), pp. 58-
62.

"Ask Dr. Grants [a continuing column]," SAW: The SoHo Arts Weekly, 9, 10 (4 Dec., 18 Dec.), p. 2.

"Keeping Afloat in New York," Menu, I/1 (March 1985), pp. 39-40. [Revised & updated, Home Planet News, 27 (1989), p. 3.]

"Literary Holography," Holoblad (Dec. 1985), pp. 15-20. [Reprinted, revised & updated, NER/BLQ, XII/4 (Summer 1990), pp. 415-426; with several illustrations, Lund Art Press, II/3 (1992), pp. 232-242.]

"1962-84," in G. J. Lischka, ed., Alles und Noch Viel Mehr (Berne: Bentelli), pp. 165-67.

"Pathological Busywork--The Literature Program at NYSCA," Home Planet News, V/2 (Spring 1985), pp. 3-4.

"Performance: The American Hörspiel," North American Review CCLXX/4 (Dec. 1985), pp. 64-70.

Preface to Harry Polkinhorn, Anaesthesia (Clarence Center, NY: Textile Bridge Press), 1 p.

"Resounding New York City," Confrontation, 30-31 (Nov. 1985), pp. 273-285. [Reprinted, enlarged, in Suzanne Ferguson & Barbara Groseclose, eds., Literature and the Visual Arts in Contemporary Society (Columbus, OH: Ohio State Univ. Press), pp. 23-38.]

"Subversion at the NEH," Chronicles of Culture, IX/1 (Jan. 1985), pp. 4-5. [Reprinted, Art & Artists, XIV/1 (Jan.-Feb. 1985), p. 14; The Southern Libertarian Messenger, XVI/3 (July 1987), p. 7; in expanded form, ALPS Monthly, IV/12 & V/1 (Dec. 1985-Jan. 1986), 5 pp. & 5 pp.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Claims for Poetry, edited by Donald Hall (March-April 1985).

POEMS:

"Dial," etc., Memphis State Review, V/2 (Spring 1985), p. 21.

"Duets, Trios & Choruses," Small Pond, XXII/1 (Spring 1985), pp. 14-25.

"End, Peroration, Death, etc.," Vol. No. 6 ((Fall 1985), p. 144.

"Feces/Accumulator/Assets/Storage," Industrial Sabotage, 30 (1985), 1 p.

14 Duets, 12 Trios, 3 Choruses, Rampike (1984/85), pp. 64-65.

"Mother, Modesty," etc., Connecticut Poetry Review, IV/1 (1985), p. 31.

FICTIONS:

"Attenuating," Gypsy, 2 (1985), pp. 63-68.

"Epiphanies," Open Places, 38/39 (Spring 1985), pp. 110-112.

"Epiphanies," Red Cedar Review, 17 (Spring 1985), p. 59.

"Epiphanies," Mockersatz 1.9 (1985), 7 pp.

"Epiphanies, Epiphanies," Jukebox Terrorists with Typewriters, 4 (Summer/Fall 1985), 15 pp.

"Epiphany," Industrial Sabotage, 31 (1985), 1 p.

"Lovings," Between C and D, II/1 (Spring-Summer 1985), pp. 33-34.

"Lovings [a different selection]," Lips, 9 (1985), pp. 20-22.

"Lovings [a different selection]," New Leaves Review, 13 (1985), 1 p.

"Lovings [yet another selection]," Open 24 Hours, 4 (1985), 1 p.

"Lovings [ditto]," Alea, I (1985), pp. 35-42.

"New Epiphanies," Alcatraz, 3 (1985), p. 212.

"IX, XI [Single-Sentence Stories]," Midland Review, I/1 (1985), pp. 71-72.

"Single-Sentence Stories," Greensboro Review, 38 (Summer 1985), pp. 41-47.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Nil," Zone/Benzine, 10 (1985), p. 53.

"1024," "Parallel Intervals," Vol. No. 6 (Fall 1985), p. 145.

HOLOGRAMS:

Antithesis. N.Y.: RK Editions. 12" x 16", two-sided transmission hologram.

CHOREOGRAPHIC SCORES:

Excerpts from Invocations (1981), for Manuel Alum's Al Pan, Pan. . . (Univ. of Puerto Rico, 23-24 April).

EXHIBITIONS:

"Airmail Eros," Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM (15 Nov.-13 Dec.).

1986

BOOKS:

Autobiographien New York--Berlin. West Berlin: Merveverlag. 192 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

Epiphanies in The Oberc 1986 Calendar (Sterling, VA: Mockersatz), in two sizes (and editions), the first limited to twelve, the second to 100.

FILMS:

Berlin Perdu (with Martin Koerber, in French), 21', as coproducer, co-director & co-author. Screenings at Maison Goethe, Paris & Toulouse; Anthology Film Archives (N.Y.).

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Autochronology," in Private Life (Novi Sad, Yugoslavia: Savremena galerija), 1 p.

"Book Art," in Klaus Groh/Hermann Havekost, eds., Artists' Books/Kunstler-Bucher Buchobjekte (Universitat Oldenburg, BRD), pp. 41-50.

"Relationships," in Richard Hooker, ed., Airmail Eros (Santa Fe Council for the Arts--Center for Contemporary Arts), 2 pp.

"Richard Kostelanetz Was Here," in Le Cocotier (Noumea, Nouvelle Caledonie), p. 31.

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIOTAPE:

"Epiphanies [selections]," in "The Persistence of Hearing"/Phonostatic 16 (March, 1986), 4:10.

"Conversations," in Poets, Painters, Composers (The Tape Issue, # 4), 1:00.

"Conversations," in A Ratio of Autographs (Madison, WI: Audio Muzixa Qet), 1'

RADIO FEATURES:

Radio Comedy USA (2), 50' (Köln: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author.

Radiopionier Rudolf Arnheim, 40' (Köln: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author-interviewer.

ESSAYS:

"Activities," Velocity (An International Mail Art Show, St. Louis, May 1986), 1 p.

"Art Autobiography," with examples of visual poetry, visual fiction, numerical art, experimental prose, and a bibliography, Unsound, III/1 (1986), pp. 32-
38.

"Ask Dr. Grants [a column continuing from 1985]," SAW: The SoHo Arts Weekly, 11 (22 Jan.), p. 2.

"Audio Art in America: A Personal Memoir," DLB Yearbook (Detroit: Gale Research), pp. 179-182.

"Audio Comedy in America Today," The Markham Review, XVI (Fall-Winter 1986), pp. 1-3.

"Cultural Funders," The Small Press Review, XVIII/11 (Nov. 1986), p. 3.

"Cunningham/Cage," New Wave Festival 1986 (Brooklyn: Brooklyn Academy of Music), pp. 50-56. [Reprinted, Composer, I/3 (Spring 1987), pp. 3-6.]

"Expanded 'Writing' in Nontraditional Media," Leonardo, XIX/4 (1986), pp. 277-284. [Reprinted, American Poetry, VI/2. (Winter 1989), pp. 70-87; in Serbian translation as "Rozvinuté písanie v netradichy'ch me'dia'ch: Umelecká autobiografia," Novy Zivot/New Life, XCI/12 (1989), pp. 10-19; also in a perfect book, Novy'Zivot-Nové Umenie/New Life-New Art (Novy Sad: Obzor, 1990), pp. 10-19.

"From The Age of Grants," ACM, 15 (1986), pp. 121-148.

"Images and Voices from A Berlin Lost" (with Martin Koerber, nine photographs by RK), Milkweed Chronicle, VII/1 (Spring/Summer 1986), pp. 20-21. [Reprinted, text alone, The Gallatin Review, VI/1 (Winter 1986-87), pp. 36-41.]

"John Cage and Richard Kostelanetz: A Conversation About Radio," Musical Quarterly, LXXII/2 (1986), pp. 216-227.

"John Cage Talks," Book Forum, VII/4 (1986), pp. 10-15.

"Merrill Lynch: Widows & Orphans," Pulpsmith, VI/3 (Autumn 1986), pp. 79-86.

"Notes on Baseball Heard," Art & Artists, XV/5 (Sept.-Oct. 1986), p. 21. [Reprinted, revised, as "Notes on Baseball: Americas' Game," Sonus, VII/2 (Spring 1987), pp. 29-35; revised again, as "Notes on Americas' Game: Baseball," Northwest Review, XXVI/2 (1988), pp. 128-32.]

"Notes on Duets, Trios & Choruses," Freibord, 54 (4/86), pp. 42-43.

"Notes on the Poetry Biz--1985," New York Quarterly, 31 (Fall 1986), pp. 116-
19.

"The Opiate of the Intellectuals," Art & Artists XV/5 (Sept.-Oct. 1986), pp. 4, 5, 19, 20, 22.

"Picketing the Zeitgeist: Avant-Garde Poetry Now," American Book Review, VIII/3 (March-April 1986). [Reprinted, revised as "Poetry Now," Poetry Flash, 170 (May 1987), p. 4.; translated into French as "La poesie d'avant-garde aujourd'hui," Drole de vie, 2 (Septembre 1989), p. 23.]

"Retrospect on My Fiction," in D. L. Kirkpatrick, ed., Contemporary Novelists (London-New York: St. James-St. Martin's, 1986), pp. 513-14.

"Why Audio Drama Now," Theater Ex, I/2 (1986), l p. [Reprinted, Sound Choice, 8 (May/June 1987), p. 23, 25. Revised, as "Why Audio Theater Now (1986)," High Performance, 34 (IX/2 1986), p. 6.; Ice River, III/5-6 (October/December 1987), p. 3.]

REVIEWS:

Chronicles of Culture: Krisztina Passuth's Moholy-Nagy (January 1986). [Reprinted, American Book Review (May-June 1986).] Stephen Berg's Singular Voices (April 1986). [Reprinted Pulpsmith (Winter 1987); Art & Artist (August-September 1988)].

American Book Review: Charles Russell's Poets, Prophets and Revolutionaries and Gerald Janecek's The Look of Russian Literature (November-December 1986).

POEMS:

"Aperature Applaud Appetite, etc." Rambunctious Review, III/1 (1966), p. 29. [Reprinted, Art/Life, VI/5 (June 1986), 1 p.]

Choruses: "Newcastle-Nude, etc.," "Zenith-Zeppelin, etc." "Knife-Knickers, etc., " "Alarm-Align, etc.," "Formidable-Formula, etc.," "Benefit-Befuddle, etc.," "Conscious-Congruous, etc.," "Dilemma-Discombobulate, etc.," "Nervy-Nervous, etc.," "Applaud-Approbation, etc.," "Etiology-Ethereal, etc.," Freibord, 54 (4/86), pp. 42-54.

"Eleven Evil Ethereal, etc.," Art/Life, VI/6 (July 1986), 1 p.

"Knife Knave, etc." Art/Life, VI/5 (May 1986), 1 p.

"Art-Resonances-Clarity-Perimeters," "Strength-Regimen-Focus-Exertion," "Strength- Independence-Contumacy-Recalcitrance-Standing-Contrary-Autonomy-Resistance," "Dex|terity-Handiness-Agility-Convenience-Skill-Assurance-Shortcut-Adroitness-Rhetoric- Competence-Emulation-Assistance-Grace-Authority-Nimble-Transport," with a prose preface, Jam To-Day, 12 (1986), pp. 42-46.

"Nape-Clitoris-Tits-Tongue-Ears-Abdomen-Lips-Thighs," "Error-|Clinker-Flaw-Bungle-Botch-Anachronism-Muff-Fumble-Howler-Miscalculation-Fallacy- Blunder-Fault-Ineptitude-Boner," "Harp-Basses-Violas-Timpani-Cellos-Flutes-Tuba-Trum|pets- Violins-Saxophone-Drums-Bassoons," New York Quarterly, 31 (Fall 1986), pp. 94-96.

"Partitions [in excerpt]," Alea, 2 (1986), 3 pp.

FICTIONS:

"Epiphanies" [distributed one different story per copy, for two hundred copies], Art/Life, VI/5 (June 1986).

"Lovings [different selection]," Central Park, 10 (Fall 1986), pp. 8-15.

"Single-Sentence Stories," Croton Review, 9 (1986), pp. 30-31.

"New Epiphanies," Gandhabba, 4 (1986), pp. 44-47.

Twelve minimal fictions, Malthus, 2 (1986), 12 pp.

"Sketchy Stories," New Letters, LIII/1 (Fall 1986), p. 33-36. [Different selection, Maillife, 9 (Summer 1986), 1 p.]

"Lovings [different selection]," "# 89, More or Less," Nude Erections, 3 (1986), p. 1.

"Wasting," Rampike (1986), p. 20. [Reprinted in Mudfish Two (1987), pp. 109-111. Translated by Lantos Laszlo into Hungarian, "Pazarlas," Uj Symposion, 7-8 (1987), p. 23. Also electronic audiotape realization by Paul Lansky and colleagues, Inner Voices, Centaur CD CRC 2076 (1990), 7:55.]

"Lovings [different selection]," Wisconsin Review, XIX/2 (March 1986), p. 16.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Like/Dislike," Twelfth Assembling (Brooklyn: Assembling Press), 1 p. [Reprinted, Unsound, III/2 (1986), p. 56.]

NUMERICAL ART:

"Three Hundred Sixty-Five," Perspectives of New Music, XXIII/2 (Spring-Summer 1986), p. 129.

CHOREOGRAPHIC SCORES:

Excerpts from Invocations (1981), for Manuel Alum's Secret Services (St. Mark's Church, Jan.).

EXHIBITIONS:

"Wall Words," Red Spot Outdoor Slide Theater, New York (25 January and successive Saturdays through March).

"L'ideogramma universale," Galleria e Libreria Il Segno, Torino (March).

"Transformation," The Canadian Correspondence Art Gallery, Calgary (June).

"The Fourth Metaphysical Telepathic Exhibition," Andrzej Dudek-Durer, Wroclaw, Poland (May).

"Mail-Art e Poesia per (Salvare) le Valli del Bormida," Il Centro Culturale Polivalente (December).

1987

BOOKS:

Prose Pieces/Aftertexts. Calexico, CA: Atticus. 192 pp.

FILM:

El Berlin Perdido, 21', as coproducer, codirector and coauthor. Screened at Anthology Film Archives (N.Y.), and elsewhere.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Antitheses," in 1o Festival Internacional de Poesia Viva (Portugal: Museu Municipal Dr. Sontas Rocha), p. 80.

"Electing KW its Pres A. Disgraces Itself," in Richard Kriesche, Artists' Statements (Vienna: Austria Center), l p.

"Intruders-Exposure-Proscenium-Window," in Marshall Hryciuk, ed., Milkweed: A Gathering of Haiku (Toronto: Nietzsche's Brolly), pp. 78-79.

"John Cage: Some Random Remarks," "Polyartist's Poetry," excerpted in Daniel G. Marowski & Roger Matuz, eds., Contemporary Literary Criticism, vol. 41 (Detroit: Gale Research), pp. 79-81, 84.

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIOTAPE:

Excerpt from New York City, PhonoStatic, 22/6 (March 1987), 4:02.

Excerpt from the video Recyclings (1975), Tellus # 17 (1987), 2:00.

RADIO FEATURES:

Hörspielmacher Tony Schwartz, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (29 Sept. 1987).

INTERVIEWS:

"Richard Kostelanetz Interviews Kenneth Burke," Iowa Review, XVII/3 (Fall 1987), pp. 1-14.

ESSAYS:

"The Aesthetics of John Cage," Kenyon Review, IX/4 (Fall 1987), pp. 102-130.

"Glenn Gould as a Radio Composer," Boulevard, II/1-2 (Spring 1987), pp. 162-170. [Reprinted, enlarged, Massachusetts Review, XXIX/3 (Fall 1988), pp. 557-70.]

"His Own Music: Ur-Conversation with John Cage, Part I" Perspectives of New Music, XXV/1-2 (Winter-Summer 1987), pp. 88-106; "Part II: After 1970," XXVI/1 (Winter 1988), pp. 26-49.

"In Stockholm, The Sounds Of Silence," New York Times, Sunday Travel Section (6 December 6 1987), p. 55. [Reprinted, MD (August 1988, pp. 93-95.]

"John Cage [on Performance]," High Performance 38, X/2 (1987), pp. 20-29.

"John Cage as a Hörspielmacher," Iowa Review, XVII/3 (Fall 1987), pp. 111-17. [Reprinted, in French, Revue d'esthetique, 13-14-15 (1987-88), pp. 273-77; revised, The Journal of Musicology, VIII/2 (Spring 1990), pp. 291-99; Abiko's Literary Quarterly, III/2 (Late Summer 1991), pp. 43-48; as "Transforming the Hörspiel: The Audio Art of John Cage," Performance, 64 (Summer 1991), pp. 29-35.]

"John Cage on Writing," Temblor, 4 (1987), pp. 143-51.

"Letter from Calexico," Chronicles, XI/8 (August 1987), pp. 36-37. [Reprinted, revised, "America's Berlin," Boston Review, XIV/3 (June 1989), pp. 3-4; in Spanish, Trazadura, 3 (Sept-Dec., 1990), pp. 34-36.]

"Letter from New York," Chronicles, XI/4 (April 1987), pp. 35-37. [Plus "Mr. Kostelanetz Replies," Chronicles, XI/12 (December 1987), pp. 57-58.]

"Literary Video, 1984," Lotta Poetica, Third Series, I/1 (Jan. 1987), pp. 101-105. [Reprinted, updated, as "Literary Video, 1975, 1987," Rampike, special issue (1988), pp. 12-13.]

"A Lost World Interred in Berlin," New York Times, Sunday Travel Section (8 November 1987), pp. 12, 34.

"Moholy-Nagy: Proto-Holographer," The Structurist, 27/28 (1987/1988), pp. 12-14.

"Notes on Milton Babbitt as Text-Sound Artist," Perspectives of New Music, XXV/1-2 (Winter-Summer 1987), pp. 280-84.

"On Anthologies: A Memoir, Part I," The Centennial Review, XXXI/4 (Fall 1987), pp. 355-75; "Part II," XXXII/1 (Winter 1988), pp. 19-34.

"The Other Berlin," House & Garden, LCIX/6 (June 1987), pp. 50, 54, 58, 64.

"Sculpture Funhouse," New York Times Magazine (31 May 1987), pp. 28-31. [Reprinted, enlarged, "The Plinkety-Plunk Art of George Rhoads," Smithsonian, XIX/7 (October 1988), pp. 135-36, 138, 140-45.

REVIEWS:

Chronicles of Culture: Joseph Brodsky's Less Than One (February 1987). [Reprinted, Boston Review (August 1987); Sharon K. Hall, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism: Yearbook 50 (Gale, 1988), pp. 135-41.]

Art & Artists: Ronald Berman's Culture and Politics (August/September 1987). [Reprinted as "Power and Position as Intellectual Opiates," High Performance, X/4 (#40), p. 3; Zebra, I/1 (Spring, 1990), pp. 25-26.]

POEMS:

"Absurd-Nugatory, etc.," Generator, 1, (1987), 1 p.

"Celery-Watercress-Barley-Lettuce," New York Quarterly, 34 (Fall 1987), p. 75.

"Collapse-Sprawl-Lassitude-Fatigue," "Intrigue-Secret-Conspiracy-Informer," "Proficiency-Dexterity-Competence-Touch-Knack-Skill-Accident-Facili|ty," "Institution-Insult-Instability-Insofar-Instance-Instep-Inspection-Insect," "Abnormal-Frank-Heterodox-Heresy-Bizarre-Peculiar-Curiosity-Queer," with preface, Pikestaff Forum, 8 (Fall 1987), pp. 14-16.

"Common-Commoner-Commune, Memory-Poetry-Economy, Confide-Lend-Love, Stringfive, Eleven-Elongate," Red Lines, 9 (1987), 3pp.

"Death-Obituary-Eulogy-Successor," "Idea-Meditation-Flash-Originality," "Fornication-Fortunate-Foreign-Forfit-Forsythia-Forevermore-Formaldehyde," This Is Important, 14 (1987), 1 p.

"Frolic-Relaxation-Diversion-Tragedy," Malthus, 3 (n.d. [1987]), 1 p.

"Exorbitant-Inordinate-Bitch," "Mnemonic-Kneejerk-Needle," The Wire, IV, No. 21 (9/1987), 1 p.

"Foreplay-Learning-Readiness-Exploration," New York Quarterly, 33 (Summer 1987), p.87.

"Fundamentalist," "Psychotherapist," Pinchpenny, VII/4 (1987), p. 36.

"Light-Rays-Inflame-Poetic," "Asteroid-Bamboozle-Moonshine-Bicycle," Phoebus, 8 (Winter 1987), pp. 20-21.

"Partitions: Theater, Fortunate, Antitrust, Psychotherapist," Panoply, I/2 (Summer/Fall 1987), p. 53.

"Partitions: Antitoxin, Acknowledge, Theater, Antitrust, Fortunate, Psychotherapist," Redstart Eight Plus, I/12 (1987), p. 18.

From "Portraits from Memory," Lips, 13 (1987), p. 45.

FICTIONS:

"Attenuating" [in excerpt], Generator, 1 (1987), 1 p.

"From Newer Epiphanies," The Louisville Review, 21-22 (Fall 1986-Spring 1987), pp. 174-78.

"Selections from a Cycle of Fictions in Progress," Caliban, 2 (1987), pp. 98-102.

"Selections from Shorter Stories," in George Myers, Jr., ed., Epiphanies: The Prose Poem Now (Westerville, OH: Cumberland), pp. 48.

"Shorter Stories," Atticus Review (Spring 1987), 2 pp.

"Sketchy Stories," Star Web Paper, 9 (1987), p. 35.

"Stories [Skeletal, Three-Word, Two-Word, One-Word]," Fiction International, XVII/1 (Spring 1987), pp. 130-33.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"One Man Exhibition," Art/Life, VII/2 (Feb. 1987), 1 p.

"A Universe of Sentences-V (1986)," Assembling, 13.2 (1987), 3 pp.

EXHIBITIONS:

"A. I. R. Waves," Museum of Holography, New York (30 January through 3 May).

"AIDS & Paradise," SPC "Vojvodina," Novi Sad, Yugoslavia (January).

"Audiothek: Akustische Kunst im Radio," Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany (12 June-20 September).

"First Festival Internacional de Poesia Viva," Museu Municipal Dr. Santos Rocha, Lisbon, Portugal (April).

"Diamonds Are Forever: Artists and Writers on Baseball," New York State Museum, Albany, NY (16 Sept-15 Nov.); Norman Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL (23 Jan. 1988-13 March); Museum of Art and History, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2 April-12 June); Contemporary Arts Center at Riverfront Stadium, Cincinnati, OH (2 July-21 August); Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, UT (10 Sept.-30 Oct.); The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (15 Jan. 1989-9 April); Baltimore Museum of Art (14 May-25 June); Chicago Public Library and Cultural Center (8 July-9 Sept.); Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA (30 Sept.-7 Jan. 1990); New York Public Library (17 Feb. 21 April); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA (2 June-15 July 1990); La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA (18 August-21 October 1990); Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC (17 Nov.-3 Feb. 1991); The Skydome, Toronto, Canada (8 April-9 July 1991); Yurakucho Art Forum/Seibu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan (1 August-26 August 1991); The Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (5 October-17 November 1991); Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ (28 February-26 April 1992); Albright-Knox Art Gallery (16 May-5 July 1991).

1988

BOOKS:

Conversing with Cage. New York, NY: Limelight. 299pp. London: Omnibus, 1989. [In German, abridged as John Cage im Gespräch (Köln: Dumont, 1989), 238 pp.; in Korean (Ewha Women's University Press, 1996), 447 pp.]

FILM:

Berlin Sche-Einena Jother, 21', as coproducer, codirector & coauthor. Screened at Anthology Film Archives (N.Y.) and elsewhere.

ESSAYS IN BOOKS:

Preface to The Coco Gordon Reader (Reggio Emilia, Italy: Pari & Dispari), 2 pp. [Reprinted in Coco Gordon: Il sogno del tempo (Messina: Padiglioni della fiera, 1990), pp. 80-81.]

AUDIOTAPES:

Americas' Game (N.Y.: RK Editions), 60'.

Carnival of the Animals/Karneval der Tiere (N.Y.; RK Editions), 14:03 X 4.

Onomatopoeia (N.Y.: RK Editions), 10:42 X 2.

RADIO FEATURES:

Orson Welles: Vom Hörspiel zum Film, 60' (Köln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author.

ESSAYS:

"Activities of Richard Kostelanetz," +/o, 50 (June 1988), p. 35.

"Anarchy in the USA," The Boston Phoenix (30 Sept. 1988), p. 7. [Reprinted as "The Politics of John Cage," The Journal of Art, I/5 (May 1989), p. 18; revised as "Anarchist Art: The Example of John Cage," City Lights Review, 4 (1990), pp. 120-23; "The Anarchist Art of John Cage (1912-92)," Anarchist Studies, 1 (1993), pp. 47-50; "Anarchist Art: The Example of John Cage," in Howard Ehrlich, ed., Reinventing Anarchy, Again (San Francisco & Edinburgh: AK Press, 1996), pp. 293-96.]

Contribution to "A Symposium on Contemporary American Fiction," Michigan Quarterly Review, XXVII/1 (Winter 1988), pp. 83-85. [Reprinted in Nicholas Delbanco & Laurence Goldstein, eds., Writers and Their Craft (Detroit: Wayne State Univ. Press, 1991), pp. 165-67.]

Contribution to "Ten Years: Where From, Where to?" American Book Review, X/1 (March-April 1988), PP. A2-3.

"Conversing with Cage," Chicago Review, XXVI/2 (Autumn 1988), pp. 37-51.

"[On] Epiphanies," Poetry East, 25 (Spring 1988), pp. 124-25.

"A Generation of Panderers," Art & Artists, XVII/1 (Jan.-Feb. 1988), p. 3, 10.

"John Cage on his Successors: An Ur-Conversation," Rampike, special issue (1988), pp. 30-33.

"John Cage's First Opera, Written by the Numbers," New York Times, Sunday Arts & Leisure (10 July 1988), pp. 25, 30. [Reprinted as "Estreia a opera de John Cage," O Globo (14 July 1988); expanded and updated as "John Cage, 75, Writes First 'Great American' Opera," Northwest Review, XXVII/2 (1989), pp. 127-36.]

"The Kurfürstendamm," New York Times--"The Sophisticated Traveler" (13 March 1988), pp. 63, 77-78.

"Late 60s Experimental Fiction," Northwest Review, XXVI/1 (1988), pp. 125-31.

"Literary Video [revised, updated]," The Kindred Spirit, # 16, VII/2 (Summer 1988), p. 13.

"Multitracks," Noospaper, 6 (1988), 5pp.

"Polyartist [Mauricio Kagel]," Opera News, LIII/3 (September 1988), pp. 28-30.

"Radio in America and Europe," Exquisite Corpse, VI/5-10, pp. 13-14. [Reprinted, enlarged, as "Seven Stories About Radio in America and Europe," Art & Artists, XVIII/3 (June-July 1989), pp. 8-9, 15.]

"Speakeasy," New Art Examiner, XV/10 (June 1988), pp. 13-14.

"Two Ways of Polyartistry," in Miekel And & Elizabeth Was, eds., The Acts the Shelflife (Xexoxial Editions, 1988), 4 pp.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Amy Baker Sandback's Looking Critically: 21 Years of Artforum (March-April 1988) [reprinted, Art & Artists (August-September 1988)]; Russell Jacoby's The Last Intellectuals? (July-August 1988).

The Centennial Review: Larry McCaffery's Postmodern Fiction (Winter 1988).

New Art Examiner: Rainer Crone's Andy Warhol: A Picture Show by the Artist (Summer 1988); John Cage's Europera (December 1988)

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIOTAPE:

"Excelsior," "Milestones in a Life," American Contemporary Headcheese (Niagara Falls, NY: Slipstream, 1988), 5'

POEMS:

"Dope-Numskull-Moron-Ignoramus-Dunce-Idiot-Chump-Plodder," New York Quarterly, 35 (Spring 1988), p. 80.

"Escape, Exhilarate, Ennoble, Praise, etc.," with excerpt from "Notes on Duets, Trios & Choruses," Black River Review, 4 (1988), pp. 32-33.

"Fun, Yes," Novy zivot, II/40 (Februar 1988), p. 132.

"Lute-Chords-Song-Melody-Strings-Harmony-Pauses-Charm," New York Quarterly, 36 (Summer 1988), p. 68.

"More Portraits from Memory," Lips, 14 (1988), pp. 46-48.

"Partitions: Ultramodern, Totalitarian, Martinet, Innovate, Candidate, Misinformation, Hearken, Ashamed," Lost & Found Times, 23 (August 1988), 1 p.

"Partitions: Fundamentalist, Fortunate, Misinformation, Intoxicant, Anarchist, History, Father," Painted Bride Quarterly, 32/33 (1988), 102-03.

"Partitions: Protestant, Antithesis, Transcendental, Mandrill, Inorganic, Antidepressant," Poets On, XII/2 (Summer 1988).

"Partitions: Titillate, Richard, Therein, Roseate, Reverberate, Transcendental, Totalitarian, Reinvestigate, Rampart, Toreador, Theatre, Reincarnation," +R, 1 (Spring 1988), p. 8.

From Duets, Trios & Choruses, Puerto del Sol (25th Anniversary Issue 1988), pp. 174-78.

FICTION:

"Epiphanies [another selection]," Alternative, 5-6 (1988), 65 pp.

"Epiphanies [another selection]," Pinchpenny, VIII/4 (1988), pp. 10-11.

"Epiphanies [another selection]," Panoply, 2/1 (Winter/Spring 1988), p. 44.

"Epiphanies [another selection]," Rhododendron (Summer 1988), pp. 3-10.

"Epiphanies (1988)," Albany Review, II/8 (September 1988), pp. 14-15.

"From Epiphanies," Notus new writing, III/1 (Spring 1988), p. 86.

"Life with Ezra Buckley [with Brendan Donegan]," The Voice of Zewam (1988), pp. 15-16.

"1-2-3 Word Fictions," Asylum, IV/2 (1988), pp. 4-12.

"Openings," Bad Henry, 2 (1988), pp. 8-12.

"Openings (1990)," Sub Rosa, 27 (October 1988), pp. 7-9.

"Strike." "Salivate." "Liberation." "Intrigue." "Initiation." "Languish." "Eviscerate." "Dish." "Extravagance." "Reawaken." Giants Play Well in the Drizzle. 21 (December 1988), 6 pp.

"Two-Word and Three-Word Stories," Score Sheet Eight (1988), 2 pp.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Revampings," Pembroke Magazine, 20 (1988), pp. 139-43.

"Sacred Hebrew Texts," Noospapers, 6 (1988), 2 pp.

NUMERICAL ART:

"Parallel Intervals," "1024," Pembroke Magazine, 20 (1988), pp. 137-38.

THEATRICAL TEXTS:

"Epiphanies (for Radio)," Central Park, 13 (Spring 1988), pp. 119-24.

EXHIBITIONS:

The Video Medium: 1988, Geoffrey Taber Gallery, Columbus, OH (16-23 Jan.).

Concrete Poetry, Franklin Furnace, New York, NY (16 Sept.-29 Oct.)

Suoni Dalle Città Del Mondo, Festival Arte Elettronica, Carmerino, Italy, 22-28 settembre 1988

1989

BOOKS:

On Innovative Music(ian)s. New York: Limelight. 319 pp.

Esthetics Contemporary. Revised & expanded edition. Edited, with an introduction and revised contributions. Buffalo, Prometheus. 470 pp.

REPRINT IN BOOKS:

"A Conversation about Radio in Twelve Parts," in Richard Fleming & William Duckworth, eds., John Cage at Seventy-Five (Lewisburg: Bucknell Univ.), pp. 272-302.

"Echo," in Peggy Lefler, ed., Anthology (Canada: A Scenario Press, 1989), 1 p.

"A New Yorker's Berlin," in Andrei Codrescu, ed., The Stiffest of the Corpse (San Francisco: City Lights, 1989), pp. 150-52.

"Twiggy," in Tibor Papp, et al, Le Texte et son inscription (Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1989), p. 204.

Photograph of several RK book-art books, Americans in Print (Mainz, BRD: Gutenberg-Museum), p. 19.

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIOTAPE:

"Epiphanies," produced on audiotape by RK, distributed in parts throughout, U.S. Choice Bloodtongue, Slipstream Audio No. 3 (1989).

"Conversations," We Magazine, 11 (1989).

RADIO FEATURES:

Hörspiel USA auf Schallplatte, 60' (Köln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), as author.

INTERVIEWS:

With Larry McCaffery, Albany Review, III/3 (Summer 1989), pp. 12.

ESSAYS:

"Assembling Assembling," Laughing Whale, 4 (1989), 3 pp.

"Autochronology," Z Miscellaneous, III/3 (Fall 1989), pp. 64-68.

“‘Avant-Garde,’" Avant Garde, 3 (1989), pp. 109-112.

"Bigger Is Better, Longer Is Greater: The Keystone of the Cagean Canon," in the booklet accompanying Joshua Pierce's performance of John Cage's Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano (Mainz, Germany: Wergo), pp. 1-4.

"Composing Music/Performing Words," American Letters & Commentary, 2 (Fall, 1989), pp. 1-4.

"Communication," Chiron Review, VIII/3 (Autumn 1989), p. 13.

Contribution to "Comentarios sobre Francis Schwartz," accompanying the program to Caligula (Teatro University of Puerto Rico, 5 April 1989), 1 p.

"The Discovery of Alternative Theater: Notes on Art Performances in New York City in the 1960s and 1970s," Perspectives of New Music, XXVII/1 (Winter 1989), pp. 128-73.

"The Experimental Music of Nicolas Slonimsky," Midstream, XXXV/8 (November 1989), pp. 37-39.

"Expositions," Temblor, 10 (1989), pp. 205-07.

"Foundations That Constantly Reject Worthy Projects. . .," Chronicle of Philanthropy, I/17 (13 June 1989), p. 36. [Reprinted, unrevised, as "We Need To Rethink How We Think About Grants," Small Press Review, XXI/6 (June 1989), pp. 3-4.]

"German Radio Goes American," The World & I, IV/10 (October 1989), pp. 240-
45.

"Home Movies Reconsidered," The North American Review, CCLXXIV/4 (Dec. 1989), pp. 46-53.

"Indefining the Future," Liberty, III/1 (Sept. 1989), pp. 33-36.

"An Interview with Ralph Ellison," Iowa Review, XIX/3 (Fall 1989), pp. 1-10. [Reprinted in James P. Draper, ed., Black Literature Criticism (Detroit: Gale, 1992), pp. 678-81; Maryemma Graham and Amritjit Singh, eds., Conversations with Ralph Ellison (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1995), pp. 82-97.]

"Joao-Carlos Martins' J. S. Bach," Albany Review, III/3 (Summer 1989), p. 12. [Reprinted under original title as "Previously Unknown Work by Reclusive Twentieth-Century Master," Tomato CD, 2699132 (1989), 3 pp.]

"John Cage on Pedagogy: An Ur-Conversation," Social Anarchism, 14 (1989), pp. 13-29. [Reprinted, in German translation as "2 + 2 = 5: Ein Ur-Gespräch über Musikerziehung, Kunst und die Welt," Trafik, 34 (1/1991), pp. 63-80.]

"Literary Videotapes," American Book Review, XI/1 (March-April 1989), p. 5, 7, 8, 11, 15, 21.

"Literature at the National Endowment for the Humanities (to 1981)," ACM, 19 (1989), pp. 232-246.

"Media," Between C and D, V/2 (Spring/Summer 1989), pp. 51-52.

"Mediumistic Integrity," Chiron Review (1989), 1 p.

"My Nonsync Two-Person Films" (1988)," Confrontation, 39/40 (Fall-Winter 1989), pp. 249-55.

"Nicolas Slonimsky Musical Genius," The World & I, IV/9 (September 1989), pp. 252-57. [Reprinted as "Nicholas Slonimsky," Musical America, CX/2 (March 1990), pp. 49-52; in Russian translation, Ameryka (June 1991), pp. 37-40.]

"Orson Welles as a Wunderkindhörspielmacher," Boulevard, 11 (Fall 1989), pp. 46-58.

"P. D. Q. Bach's Alter Ego [Peter Schickele]," The World & I, IV/5 (May 1989), pp. 158-63.

"Person of Letters in the Contemporary World," Contemporary Authors: Autobiography Series, Vol VIII (Detroit, MI: Gale), pp. 179-99.

"Personal Experience with the N.E.H," Lawn Furniture, I/1 (1989), pp. 1, 5, 8-12.

"Petr Kotik's Music," booklet notes to Petr Kotik S.E.M. Ensemble (West Berlin: Ear Rational), 4 pp. [Reprinted, in part, in the flier accompanying the audiocassette Musicworks, 50 (1991), 1 p.]

"Radio Logos," CEPA Journal, IV/1 (1989), p. 10.

"Radio Activity: Klaus Schöning," Elle, IV/7 (March 1989), p. 50.

"Story Time by the Radio With Uncle Orson," New York Times (Sept. 10, 1989), p. H39.

"Stylistic Pluralism, Divergent Avant-Gardes," The Cream City Review, XIII/2 (Summer 1989), pp. 149-55.

"A Tale of Two Cities," Anna's House, I/1 (Fall-Winter 1989), pp. 28-30.

"Teaching and the 'Nonstandard' Writer," Poet & Critic, XX/2 (Winter 1989), pp. 53-59. [Reprinted, Northwest Review, XXVIII/1 (1990), pp. 166-71; Red and Black, 23 (Winter 1993), pp. 10-17.]

"A Universe of Sentences," Asylum, IV/4 (1989), pp. 31-36.

"Who Isn't Who," Chronicles, XIII/5 (May 1989), p. 59. [Reprinted, Art & Artists, XVIII/4 (August-September 1989), p. 22.]

"A Word to the Wary: Sabotaging America?" Exquisite Corpse, VII/1-5 (Jan.-May 1989), p. 3.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Music by Philip Glass (January-February 1989).

Art & Artists: Jerome Klinkowitz's Short Season (August-September 1989).

New Art Examiner: Gerald Sykes's Profscam, (September 1989). [Reprinted, Liberty (November 1989); Social Anarchism (# 16, 1990-91)]. Donald Kuspit's The New Subjectivism, (November 1989).

POETRY:

"Castle/Kingdom/Pomp/Guards," New York Quarterly, 39 (Summer 1989), p. 87.

"Manifestoes," ArtCrimes, 7 (1989), 1 p.

"Partitions [Complete], Truly Fine (Spring 1989), p. 13-16.

"Partitions: Ashamed, Psychotherapist," Free Lunch, 2 (Summer 1989), p. 10.

"Partitions: Richard, Kostelanetz, Mathematics, Fundamentalist, Intradepartmental, Planetarium, Arrangement, Reverberate, Marshalled, Iridescent, Antitoxin, Acknowledge, Theater, Fortunate, Antitrust, Psychotherapist, Ultramodern, Totalitarian, Martinet, Innovate, Candidate, Misinformation," ACM, 19 (1989), pp. 119-124.

"Shuffle/Snuffle/Muffle/Scuffle," New York Quarterly, 38 (Spring 1989), p. 93.

"Stringtwo," Ottotole, 3 (Spring 1989), pp. 141-44.

FICTION:

"(Complete) Shorter Stories," The Ledge, II/1 (May 1989), pp. 61-62.

From "(Complete) Shorter Stories (1990)," Ice River, 5 (October 1989)

"Epiphanies," Pablo Lennis, 25 (December, 1989), pp. 21, back cover.

"Epiphanies (1991)," Onthebus, I/3 (Fall 1989), pp. 57-60.

"Epiphanies about Houses," Athena Incognito, 10 (1989), p. 7.

From "Epiphanies (1988)," Red Eye, # 6 (May 1989), pp. 1-2.

"Lovings," Paper Radio: A Journal of Fictitious Variants, 6 (January 1989), pp. 29-30.

"Milestones in a Life," Boston Review, XIV/2 (April 1989), p. 4.

"Move Lovings," darknerve, 3 (n.d.), pp. 13-15.

"More Lovings [different selection]," Dead Angel, # 6, 1 p.

"More Openings & Closings," Caliban, 7 (1989), pp. 103-08.

"Openings," Ouroboros, 2 pp.,

"Openings (1988) [excerpts]," NRG, 30, p. 4. Entire text, Dog River Review, 8/1 (Spring 1989), pp. 26-28.

"A Selection of Shorter Stories," The MacGuffin, VI/2 (1989), pp. 53-56.

"Selections from Openings," Conditioned Response, 9 (1989), p. 22.

"Selections from 'More Lovings,'" Conditioned Response, 8 (n.d.), p. 12-13.

"Shorter Stories," Beloit Fiction Journal, IV/2 (Spring 1989), pp. 86-89.

DRAMA:

"From: Minimal Audio Plays," Central Park, 15 (Spring 1989), pp. 17-20.

"More Lovings," American Letters & Commentary, 2 (Fall, 1989), pp. 5-10.

EXHIBITIONS:

Americans in print/Pressendrucke amerikanischer Künstler. Mainz, Germany: Guttenberg-Museum (5 May-18 June).

III International Biennial of Visual/Experimental/ Alternative Poetry in Mexico, Art Gallery, San Diego State Univ.-Imperial Valley (October).

1990

BOOKS:

Unfinished Business: An Intellectual Nonhistory, 1963-89. N.Y.: RK Editions, 130 pp.

Gertrude Stein Advanced: An Anthology of Criticism. Edited, with a preface. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 224 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

March. Mentor, OH: Generator Press, 24 pp.

Fields/Pitches/Turfs/Arenas. Port Charlotte, FL: Runaway Spoon, 38 pp.

VIDEOTAPES:

Onomatopoeia. N.Y.: RK Editions. 22:00

Stringtwo. Music by Joseph V. Di Meo. N.Y.: RK Editions. 36:49

AUDIOTAPES:

Kaddish, with Ophir Finkelthal. Köln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk. 23:22.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Notes on Duets, Trios & Choruses," "Depraved [etc.]." "Sycophancy [etc.]," "Diminutive [etc.]," "Hatred [etc.]," "Exhaustion [etc.]," "Escape [etc.]," in Blair H. Allen, ed., Snow Summits in the Sun (Cucamonga, CA: Cerulean Press), pp. 250-59.

"Gertrude Stein: What She Did [abridged]," in Gloria Vando Hickok, ed., The Helicon Nine Reader (Kansas City, MO: Helicon Nine Editions), pp. 162-68.

"Never Do Anything That Anyone Else Can Do Better," in Dave Morice, The Wooden Nickel Art Project: A Catalog of Artist's Wooden Nickels (Iowa City: The Wooden Nickel Art Project), 1 p.

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIODISC:

The Gospels Abridged on a CD privately produced by Peter Norton Family as a Christmas gift, 60'

"Murdoch and the Sufi," on The Aerial: A Journal in Sound, 1 (Winter 1990), 5:16.

INTERVIEWS:

"Ubiquitous Absence: The Self-Creating/Self-Sustaining Acts of Richard Kostelanetz," Lightworks, 20/21 (1990), pp. 19-23. [Reprinted, in part, in Contact II, X/62-64 (Fall 1991-Spring 1992), pp. 27-29.]

ESSAYS:

"Alternative Complements [a selection]," darknerve, 4 (1990), pp. 16-18.

"Art in Motion: The Aesthetics of Technology," Journal of Art, III/2 (November 1990), p. 43-44.

"Autochronology," Pips (2/90), 1 p.

"Autonomy of Art," Ice River, 6 (February 1990), pp. 27-29.

"The Boom & Bust of Literary Lobbying," Contact II, IX/56/57/58 (Spring 1990), pp. 13-17.

Conversation with John Cage about non-intention in visual art (New York: Sandra Gehring Gallery), 4 pp.

"Conversation with Nicolas Slonimsky about His Composing," The Musical Quarterly, CXXIV/3 (1990), pp. 458-472.

"The Cynic & Small Press Writer," Small Press Review, XXII/7-8 (July-August 1990), p. 17.

"Excerpts from an ABC of Contemporary Reading," Black River Review (1990), pp. 9-12.

"Excerpts from Radio Writings," Prism International, XXVIII/4 (July 1990), pp. 23-25.

"Gaudy Days in Berlin," Liberty, III/4 (March 1990), pp. 12-13, 20.

"The High Cost of Leechcraft," Liberty, III/5 (May 1990), p. 14.

"Hostages in Lebanon," Liberty, III/6 (July 1990), pp. 12-13.

"The Illusions of Journalism," Liberty, III/5 (May 1990), p. 63.

"Independent Scholars Vis-à-Vis the Academy," Journal of Unconventional History, I/3 (Spring 1990), pp. 13-18.

"Intelligence of Form," The Hiram Poetry Review, 47 (1990), pp. 3-8.

"Wisdom About Audio Art" & "John Cage on Radio and Audio Tape" in Dan Lander & Micah Lexier, eds., Sound by Artists (Toronto: Art Metropole), pp. 97-107, 289-300. [The latter reprinted, abridged, P*form, 28 (Summer 1993), pp. 12-13.]

"Kenneth Burke: Thinking, and Writing About His Thinking, at 92," American Poetry Review, XIX/2 (March-April 1990), pp. 19-23.

"Me and AIDS," Liberty, IV/1 (September 1990), pp. 63-65. [Reprinted IDEAS, III/12 (February 1991), pp. 13-15; abridged, as "Me and AIDS Journalism," Incite Information, IV/2 (May-June 1993), pp. 5-6.]

"A Mystic's Music: Arvo Pärt's Quiet Revolution," Connoisseur, CCXX/939 (March 1990), pp. 66, 68-69, 70, 72, 74.

"The New Benefactors," Liberty, III/3 (January 1990), pp. 58-60.

"Notes on the Poetry Biz, 1990," Chiron Review, 22 (March 1990), p. 31.

"Pozner the Poseur," Liberty, III/4 (March 1990), pp. 51-56.

"Propping the Paleos," Liberty, III/5 (March 1990), p. 8.

Reply to questionnaire about experience of death, Pataphysics (G/H, 1990), 1 p.

"Richard Kostelanetz on The Gospels Abridged," in a booklet accompanying The Gospels Abridged (Santa Monica, CA: Peter Norton Family), 12 pp..

"San Juan's Cultural Heart," New York Times (March 18, 1990), p. 5,19.

"S. Foster Damon (1893-1971)," Horns of Plenty, III/2 (Summer 1990), pp. 45-
47.

"Scientific Revolutions," Asylum, VI/1 (June 1990), pp. 16-17.

"South Africa and the Herd of Independent Minds," Liberty, IV/1 (September 1990), p. 11.

"Soviet Art Then and Today," Journal of Art, III/3 (December 1990), p. 15.

"Subsidized Mediocrity," Liberty, III/5 (May 1990), p. 13-14.

"Thoughts on Being a Composer Who Can't Read Music," Chorus, II/1 (January 1990), pp. 5, 10.

"A Uniquely Contemporary Self-Bibliography," Atticus Review, 19 (Fall 1990), 7 pp.

"Video Writing," Talisman, 5 (Fall 1990), pp. 70-75.

REVIEWS:

Asylum: Frederick R. Karl's William Faulkner (September 1990). [Reprinted, Culture Concrete, I/1 (January 1991).]

Journal of Art: John Cage's I-VI (December 1990). [Reprinted, abridged, in New Letters, IV/4 (Summer 1991), p. 1; expanded, in Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, VLII/4 (June 1991), pp. 1144-1146; intent, II/4-III/1 (Winter-Sprint 1991); Poetry Nippon, 97-98 (Spring 1992), pp. 12-15; as "From Harvard (!): John Cage's Longest and Best Poem," Poetry Flash, 234 (Sept. 1992), p. 13; in German translation, as "Wie win Stück Musik--Cages Dichtung," Du, 5 (May 1991), pp. 75.]

Liberty: Vladimir Pozner's Parting with Illusions (May 1990); Otto Friedrich's Glenn Gould: A Life and Variations (September 1990).

POETRY:

"IMMEDIATE," "ASSYMPTOTE," "ACCELERATE," "SWIMSUIT," Um, 3 (12/90), 4 pp.

"Partitions [a selection]," The Café Review, I/11 (1990), pp. 36-37.

"Portraits from Memory," Gypsy, 14 (1990), one different page to each of 200 copies.

"Repartitions," Um, (11, 1990), pp. 16-19.

"Repartitions-II," Sub Bild (2/90), pp. 77-82.

"Reverberations: Long Short Luxuriant [etc.]," Heaven Bone, 8 (Winter 1990-91), p. 21.

"Stringfive," The Subtle Journal of Raw Coinage, # 33 (1990), 2 pp.

FICTION:

"(Complete) Shorter Stories," Grasslands Review, 3 (1990), pp. 21-26.

"Dipsomania," Lilliput Review, 17 (November 1990), 1 p.

"Epiphanies," BLuR: Boston Literary Review, 5 (1990), 18 pp.

"Epiphanies [different selection]," Dog River Review, IX/1 (Spring 1990), pp. 15, 25, 35, 40, 47.

"Epiphanies [different selection]," Fiction International, XIX/1 (Fall 1990), pp. 22-23.

"Epiphanies (1991)," ACM, 22 (1990), pp. 57-58.

"Epiphanies (1992)," Downtown, 206 (August 22, 1990), 2 pp.

"Help Wanted Openings Weather Report," THIRTEEN Poetry Magazine, VIII/4 (July 1990), p. 5.

"Lovings," Salon (Spring 1990), distributed throughout the magazine.

"Minimal Fictions," Atticus Review, 18 (1990), 1 p.

"Minimal Fictions [different selection]," EOTU (August 1990), 3 pp.

"Minimal Fictions [different selection]," Poetry Australia, 129 (Summer 1990), pp. 42-45.

"Minimal Fictions," Salon, 10 (Summer 1990), distributed throughout magazine.

"Minimal Fictions [different selection]," Salon, 11 (Summer 1990), distributed throughout magazine.

"More Lovings," Black Eye, 8 (Winter 1990), p. 21.

"More Lovings [different selection]," FishWrap (1990), 2 pp.

"More Lovings [different selection]," Chakra, 4 (1990), pp. 24-25.

"Multiple Fictions," Salon, 12 (Winter, 1990), 1 p.

"One-Word Stories," Hawai'i Review, XV/1 (Winter 1990), pp. 43-44.

"Openings," Fragments, I/3 (1990), 4 pp.

"Openings [different selection]," Blue Light Redlight, 3 (1990), p. 51-53

"Openings [different selection]," Piedmont Literary Review, XIV/1 (1990), p. 26.

"Openings (1988)," Northern Review, IV/1 (Spring 1990), pp. 28-29.

"Openings (1990)," temm (August1990), 3 pp.

"(Selected) Shorter Stories (1989A)," Tin Wreath, 16 (March/April 1990),1 p.

"Shards. . . flowers. . . scissors," Alabama Dogshoe Moustache, 8 (1990), 1 p.

"Shorter Stories," The William and Mary Review, XXVIII (1990), pp. 60-61.

"Skeletal Stories--I," Boston Literary Review, 6 (Fall 990), 11 pp.

"Three-Element Stories," Crooked Roads, I/3 (August1990), p. 18.

"Three-Element Stories [different selection]," Lund Art Press, I/4 (Summer/Autumn 1990), pp. 254-56.

DRAMA:

"Three Hörspiel (Ear Plays)," The Paper Bag, II/2 (Spring 1990), p. 23.

"Minimal Audio Plays," New York Quarterly, XLI (Spring 1990), pp. 76-78.

"Minimal Audio Plays-A," Chaminade Literary Review, IV/1 (Fall 1990), pp. 62-
68.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Uninflected, Nonsyntactic Prose," the (something), VI/5 (1990), 1 p.

TEXTS FOR COMPOSERS:

"Yes Me," for Noah Creshevsky, Three Wordless Songs, published in Richard Crawford, et al., A Celebration of American Music (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan), pp. 219-21.

"Wasting," for Paul Lansky and Andrew Milburn, on Winham Laboratory at Princeton University (Centaur CRC 2076), 7:55.

SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCES:

Literary videotapes, Bumbershoot (Seattle, WA), 3 Sept.

EXHIBITIONS:

"Poesia e voce," Teatro Comunale Alessandria, Italy, 8-11 Marzo.

"American Audio Art on WDR," Whitney Museum of American Art, New American Film and Video Series (April 1-29)

"Apparenze: Intersezioni Verbo-Visive per Adriano Spatola," Sala Consiliare del Comune di Celle Liguri, Italy (26 May-9 June)

"Il Libresmo, 1896-1990," Fiera Compionaria di Cagliari, Italy (8-21 June)

"III Bienal Internacional de Poesia Visual, Experimental y Alternativa: Seccio'n Estados Unidos," Adolfo Best Maugard, Centre de Ensen"anza para Extranjeros/UNAM, Mexico City (July).

"Visulog3: An International Exhibition of Visual Poetry and Language Art," Alternatives, San Luis Obispo, CA (10 October-11 November)

"Robert Lax and Concrete Poetry," Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo State College (Dec. 1, 1990-Jan. 20, 1991); Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Butler Library, Columbia University (3 August-23 October, 1992).

1991

BOOKS:

American Writing Today. Edited, with a new preface. Troy, NY: Whitston, 605 pp. [reprinting RK's "Introduction," "Gertrude Stein," "Kenneth Burke," "Writing Extended," "Bibliography (with Jerome Klinkowitz)," pp. 1-7, 29-39, 73-81, 539-587, 588-600; and symposia moderated by RK on "Short Story Writing," "Literature in Languages Other than English," "Literary Criticism," "Literary Translation," "Visual Poetry," "Book Art," "Text-Sound," "Writing and Performance," pp. 220-234, 260-279, 343-365, 400-423, 447-466, 489-509, 529-538, 571-587].

Constructs Three: Stories. New York: RK Editions, 186 pp.

Constructs Four: Stories. New York: RK Editions, 176 pp.

Constructs Five: Stories. New York: RK Editions, 167 pp.

Constructs Six: Stories. New York: RK Editions, 180 pp.

Fifty Untitled Constructivist Fictions. New York: RK Editions, 290 pp.

Flipping. New York: RK Editions, 150 pp.

Intermix. New York: RK Editions, 290 pp.

John Cage. Reprint of a 1970 documentary monograph, with a new preface and new back matter. New York: Da Capo, 240 pp.

Moholy-Nagy. Reprint of a 1970 documentary monograph, with a new preface and new back matter. New York: Da Capo, 238 pp.

The New Poetries and Some Old. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois, 279 pp.

Politics in the African-American Novel. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 180 pp.

Solos, Duets, Trios, & Choruses. Kenosha-New York: Membrane-Future. 64 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

Behold Visual Poetry. Tucson, AZ: ExPeriMentAL prEsS, 5 pp.

Published Encomia, 1967-1991. New York: RK Editions, 40 pp.

Repartitions-IV: Philosophizing, Psychoanalysis, Polyphosphates, Indefiniteness, Laughingstock, Misinterpreted, Pharmaceutical, Absentmindedly, Accom|paniments, Agriculturally, Amateurishness, Phosphorescent, Anestetically, Approximations, Characteristic, Misunderstandings, Untrustworthiness, Cardio|vasculatory, Microcrytochemistry, Intradepartmental, Bureaucratic, Macropatho|logical, Disenfranchisement, Spectophotometric, Micrometiorites, Marcoscop|ically, Kinethetically, Arthophosphates, Tetracycline, Particularist, Pharmacological, Philosophically, Photomicrograph, Nonmythological, Presti|digitator, Reconnaissances, Rehabilitations, Reproducibility, Sentimentalists, Superintendents, Ultracentrifugue, Speechlessness, Supersensitive, Transcen|dental, Underestimated, Transplantable, Unquestionable, Verisimilitude, Hydrochemestry, Inconsiderable, Incipherable, Misunderstand, Parthenogenesis, Primeval, Compliment, Domesticate, Grotesque, Happiness, Discriminate, Parachute, Barbershop, Appearance, Pastoral, Combine, Promiscuous, Administer, Bureaucrat, Chattering, Liberty, Imagine, Cassette, Historical, Tangible, Gathering, Crusade, Stomach, Endorphin, Esoteric, Remembering, Snakebite, Paradise, Service, Reversal, Telephone, Vigilante, Marrying, Homogeneous, Hostage, Handicraft, Harmony, Navigate, Promote, Nuisance, Horsewoman, Molecule, Parrakeet, Omnipotent, Palpable, Flowering, Mahogany, Anesthesia, Bestowed, Potatoes, Pretend, Slipstream, Analogue, Assassinate, Particular, Realize, Imagery, Punctuate, Twenties, Whenever, Godforesaken, Vanished, Crumbled, Bastards. Port Charlotte, FL: Runaway Spoon, 22 pp.

Twenty-Two Years of References. Ann Arbor, MI: Ghost Dance, 44 pp.

Uninflected, Nonsyntactic Prose. Rotterdam, NY: goodbooqpres, 7 pp.

REPRINT IN BOOKS:

"Abracadabra," in Geza Perneczky, A Hàlò (Budapest: Torony), p. 128.

"Amoz Oz," "Gershom Scholem," in Murray Polner, ed., Jewish Profiles. (Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson), pp. 222-231, 280-289.

"John Cage: Not Wanting To Say Anything About Marcel, 1969," "Wen-Ying Tsai: Double Diffraction, 1971-80," "James Turrell: Meeting, 1980-86," "Moholy-Nagy: Vision in Motion, 1947," in Colin Naylor, ed., Contemporary Masterworks (Chicago & London: St. James), pp, 45, 275, 177, 845.

"Lovings," in Tuppy Owens, ed., The 1992 Sex Maniac's Diary (London: Miss Tuppy Owens), 1 p.

"Robert Rauschenberg Conversation," in Joann Prosyniuk, ed., Modern Arts Criticism (Detroit: Gale), pp. 497-503.

"Stringthree," "Stringfour," in Sascha Feinstein & Yusef Komunyakaa, eds., The Jazz Poetry Anthology (Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ.), pp. 121-22.

AUDIO REPRODUCTIONS:

Excerpt from New York City, excerpts from Turfs/Arenas/Fields/Pitches, Anomaly, 3 (1991), approx. 10'

"This Is My Poem," in Mail/Life, 20/21 (Summer 1991), 18"

RADIO FEATURES:

"Pioniere der US-Radiokunst: Norman Corwin," (Köln, BRD: Westdeutscher Rundfunk), 60'

INTERVIEWS:

"More Radical Directions: An Interview with Richard Kostelanetz," Atticus Review, 20 (Spring 1991), 38 pp.

ESSAYS:

"Alan Hovhaness Makes the Right Connections," The World & I, VI/3 (March 1991), pp. 148-153.

"Alter-World Acoustic Alphabet," Intent, III/2 & 3 (Summer/Fall 1991), pp. 13-14.

"Alternating Complements," Provincetown Arts, VII (1991), pp. 119-22.

"Another Father for Us All," New England Review, XIV/1 (Fall 1991), pp. 215-
16.

"Art and Literature: Retail and Wholesale," Liberty, V/1 (September1991), pp. 67-68.

"Authenticity in 'Documentary,'" Partisan Review, LVIII/3 (1991), pp. 545-47.

"Blowing the 'College Teaching' Biz," The Independent Scholar, V/1 (Winter 1991), pp. 6-7. [Reprinted, Social Anarchism, 16 (1991), pp. 83-86; Red amd Black, 24 (Spring, 1994), pp. 22-26; and as "Blowing the 'College Teaching' Scam," Contact II, X/59/60/61 (Spring 1991), pp. 9-11.]

"A Contemporary Appreciation of Moholy-Nagy," Moholy-Nagy: A New Vision for Chicago (Springfield: Illinois State Museum), pp. 102-113.

"Chronology of Principal Activities of Richard Kostelanetz," laZer, II/1 (Feb. 1991), p. 14. [Reprinted, Salon, 13 (Spring 1991), 1 p.]

Contribution to a symposium on Today's Frontier, Edge, 3 (1991), p. 11.

"Dear Ear [on the NEA's music department]," Ear, XVI/2 (May, 1991), pp. 9-12.

"Experience," Mind Matters Review, 12 (Fall/Winter 1991), p. 23.

"Extending the Third Tradition," Paul Zelevansky: Case for the Burial of Ancestors (New York: Granary Books), 2 pp.

"A Gathering of Ringers," American Book Review, XIII/3 (August-September 1991), p. 4.

"Knowledge," Seems, 28 (1991), pp. 19-23.

"The Literature of SoHo," Art Papers (November/December, 1991), pp. 59-62.

"The Literate Person's Guide to the Postal Monopoly," Liberty, IV/4 (March 1991), p. 10, 12. [Reprinted as "Liberating the Daily Mail," Incite Information, III/6 (January-February 1993), p. 5.]

"Major Innovations: A Three-Part Essay," Passages North, XII/2 (Winter 1991), pp. 15-22.

"A Master of Black Dots and Strange Timbres," Liberty, IV/3 (January 1991), pp. 63-64.

"My House Wordship," Southwest Review, LXXVI/2 (Spring 1991), pp. 288-294.

"The National Endowment for the Arts: What Is Going On Down There?" Angry, II/2 (April 1991), pp. 4-5.

"Notes on Kaddish," News of Music, 12 (Spring 1991), pp. 23-28,

"On John Cage's Best Visual Art: Not Wanting To Say Anything About Marcel," Boulevard, VI/2 & 3 (Fall 1991), pp. 94-97. [Reprinted as "John Cage: The Development of His Visual Art," Musicworks, 54 (Spring 1992), pp. 40-43; and as "John Cage (1912-)," in Colin Naylor, ed., Contemporary Masterworks (Chicago: St. James), p. 45; in Italian as "Lo sviluppo della sua arte visiva," XLV Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte: La Biennale di Venezia (Venice, Italy: Marsilio, 1993), pp. 771, 773.]

"The Persistence of Visual Fiction," Fiction International, XX/2 (Spring 1991), pp. 199-203.

"Problems at the NEH," The Independent Scholar, V/4 (Fall 1991), pp. 10-11.

"Radio Art: Is it Un-American," Musical America, CXI/1 (January 1991), pp. 32-33. [Reprinted as "Whither Avant-Garde American Radio Art?" The Drama Review, XXXV/3 (Fall 1991), pp. 7-9; and as "Avante-Garde American Radio Art," North American Review, CCLXXVIII/1 (January/February 1993), pp. 45-48.]

"Ripping off the Heritage Foundation," New Art Examiner, XIX/2 (October 1991), p. 48. [Reprinted The Weekly Alternative News Monitor, 21 (Nov. 6-12, 1991), 1 p.

"The Rise of Paleo-Stalinism," Liberty, IV/5 (May 1991), p. 66-68.

"Signs of Academia: The Example of Paul de Man," Midstream, XXXVII/9 (December1991), pp. 42-44. [Preprinted as a review, Liberty, (May 1991), IV/5; reprinted, revised, ACM, 25 (Spring 1993), pp. 197-202.]

"Stylistic Differences," Journal of Unconventional History, II/2 (Winter 1991), pp. 8-10.

"Thoughts on Innovative Art(ist)s," Northwest Review, XXVII/3-XXIX/1 (1991), 56-59.

"The Unintended Consequences of Jesse Helms," Liberty, IV/4 (March 1991), p. 12. [Reprinted in a symposium on "The Arts in American Society," Northwest Review, XXVII/3-XXIX/1 (1991), 29-30.]

"Video Criticism: Waiting for the Real Thing," Journal of Art, IV/4 (April 1991), p. 66.

"Video Writing and Alternative Publishing," Small Press Review, XXIII/1 (January 1991), p. 3-4.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Loving Letters from Ogden Nash (June-July 1991). Lucy R. Lippard's Mixed Blessings (October-November 1991).

Liberty: El Bèisbol by John Krich (March 1991) [reprinted in The Diamond Angle, II/9 (July-Aug. 1991), pp. 16-17]. The Untamed Tongue by Thomas Szasz (March 1991). Dangerous Dossiers by Herbert Mitgang (March 1991) [reprinted in Incite Information, III/6 (January-February 1993), pp. 13-14]. In These Great Times by Karl Kraus, Anti-Freud by Thomas Szasz (May 1991). Selected Writings by Irving Howe (May 1991) [reprinted Minnesota Review, 39 (Fall-Winter 1992/3), pp. 166-68].

New Pages: The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses, XV, edited by Bill Henderson (1991).

POETRY:

"The East Village" [excerpts], National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, VI/3 (Fall 1991), front cover & back cover.

"Eleven Eager Ethereal. . .," Cobweb Review (August 1991), p. 7.

[Four Circular Poems], Lift, 8 (1991), pp. 79-82.

"Intelligence of Rhyming, I," Los (December 1991), 1 p.

"Laxative/Taxes," "Utopian/Typography," "Dominion/Window," "Tulultuous/Multi|tudinous," The National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, VI/2 (Spring 1991), 1 p.

"Live-Die" & three photographs of the poetry holograms Antitheses and On Holography, Magyar Mühely, # 20 (1991), pp. 32-36.

"PEA/EAC/ACE," New Observations, 82 (Feb.-May 1991), p. 43.

"Recircuits" [excerpts, with Kathy Antrim], eXpeRimeNtal (basEmeNt), 1 (Feb. 1991), 1 p.

"Recircuits [excerpts, with Kathy Antrim]," The William and Mary Review, 29 (1991), pp. 73-81.

"Repartitions: Repartitions, Sensations, Undergarment, Magistrate, Indelicate, Linguistics, Assonance, Aristocracy, Intelligent, Facsimilate, Contemporary, Disseminate," O.Ars, 8 (1991), p. 61.

"Repartitions III: Formulate, Homogenize, Temperament, Turnover, Congratulate, Mastermind, Fantastic, Firmament, Floodgates, Fundamentalist, Formulate, Fraudulent, Hostage, Gabardine, Hovercraft, Lodestone, Manumit, Gingerbread, Fortunately, Haversack, Flooring, Wheelchair, Castanets, Conglomerate, Formaldehyde, Discipline, Enormity, Lateral, Literate, Gallows, Within, Sexagerenarian, Galore, Mallard, Fallout, Frigid, Freezer," Printed Matter, XV/3 (Autumn 1991), pp. 26-27, back cover.

"Repartations [different selection]," The Gopherwood Review (1991), inside front cover & p. 13.

"Repartitions III: Lateral, Literate, Gallows, Within, Sexagenarian, Galore, Mallard, Fallout, Frigid, Freezer, Fundamentalist, Lodestone, Firmament, Hovercraft, Gabardine, Gingerbread" 6ix, I/2 (Fall 1991), front cover & p. 4.

"Reverberations 9 & 10," Red Dance Floor, I/3 (1991), p. 31-32.

"Reverberations: Rubbish [etc.]," Cokefish (September-October 1991), p. 6.

"Triplets II: Poems & Stories," Illiterati, 6 (1991), 1 pp.

Two photographs of the video poem Onomatopoeia, Cold-Drill (1991), p. 147.

"satyr scamp lecher malefactor [etc.]," Cokefish (April 1991), p. 32.

"Stringtwo" (photographic illustrations of the video poem), Caliban, 10 (1991), pp. 140-41.

"Stringthree," Prism, XXIX/4 (July 1991), p. 37.

"untitled [nine trios]," Big Scream, 30 (1991), pp. 38-40.

FICTION:

"(Complete) Shorter Stories (1988A)," 2 AM Magazine, V/1 (Spring 1991), pp. 28-29.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories (1990A)," Context South, II/1 (1991), 1 p.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories (1991A)," Gopherwood Review, (Fall 1991), pp. 27, 29, 35.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories (1990A) [another selection]" tight, II/3 (1991), 1 p.

"Dipsomania [photograph of a video fiction]," Impulse, XVI/1 (1991), p. 40.

"Epiphanies" (1988), Modom, 9 (1991).

"Epiphanies," Nexus, XXVII/1 (Fall 1991/Winter 1992), p. 74.

"Epiphanies" (1993), Owen Wister Review, XIV/2 (Fall 1991), pp. 9-12.

"The Experimental Fiction Factory: from (Complete) Shorter Stories (1991)," Flipside, V/1 (Spring 1991).

Six Epiphanies, Small Press Scrappings, I/1 (April 15, 1991), p. 6.

"From (Complete) Shorter Stories (1990)," Painted Hills Review, I/1 (January 1991), p. 21.

"From Openings," NEBO, 9 (1991), pp. 48=49.

"His body radiated warmth. . .," Yammering Twits (Summer 1991), 1 p.

"Increments" [with Kathy Antrim], Atticus Review, 21 (Fall 1991), 2 pp.

"Intelligence of Rhyming: Poems and Stories--I," The Owl Creek Journal, III/1 (Autumn 1991), pp. 12-13.

"Is Are," Pablo Lennis (June 1991), 2 p.

"Lovings Three: A Collection of Stories," Mesechabe, 9/10 (Winter 1991), p. 28.

"Minimal Fictions," Black Ice, 7 (1991), pp. 36-37.

"Minimal Fictions [another selection]," The Dead Rebel, I/1 (1991), 2 pp.

"Minimal Fictions [another selection]," Poems Without Segues, I (1991), 2 pp.

"Minimal Fictions [another selection]," Provincetown Arts, VII (1991), pp. 118.

"Minimal Fictions-V," The Coventry Reader, IV/1 (Spring 1991), 1 p.

"Minimal Fictions-VII," Colorado North Review, 32/3&4 (1991), p. 254.

"Minimal Fictions-XI," Freibord, 79 (4/91), pp. 20-23. [Reprinted, in part, as "Ricardo Castellanos." Sparrow, IV/5 (1991), 1 p.]

"Minimal Fictions-XII," Experiment with Words, II/8 (1991), 1 p.

"Minimal Fictions-XIII," Cobweb Review, (November 1991), 1 p.

"More or Less," Asylum, VI/3-4 (1991), pp. 35-49.

"More Lovings (1989)," Impetus, 20 (1991), p. 55.

"More Lovings [different selection]," Bakunin, I/4 (January 1991), p. 35-39.

"More Lovings [different selection]," Crooked Roads, II/1 (January 1991), p. 16

"More Lovings [another selection]," Cokefish (July-August 91), p. 23.

"More Lovings [another selection]," Slut (Summer 1991), pp. 6-9.

"More Lovings [another selection]," The Journal of Sister Moon, 2 (Autumn 1991), pp. 14-15.

"More Openings & Closings," Innovations, 1 (1991), pp. 49-49, 51-60.

"New Epiphanies," "Minimal Fictions [another selection]," Lost and Found Times, 28 (July 1991), distributed throughout the issue.

"Openings," Parting Gifts, IV/1 (Summer 1991), p. 12, 16, 25, 26, 30, 33, 37.

"Openings" [another selection]," Provincetown Arts, VII (1991), pp. 119.

"Openings (1991)," Gallery Works Eight (1991), 2 pp.

"Openings (1992)," Illiterati (1991), distributed throughout an issue.

"Shorter Stories," Blue Ryder, 17 (April-May 1991), p. 25.

"Shorter Stories," Fiction [CCNY], X/3 (1991), pp. 38-40.

"Skeletal Stories--II," The Fiction Review, 10 (March 1991), p. 29-31.

Ten Epiphanies, Fish Wrap, I/2 (1991), pp. 1-2, 4.

"Three-Element Stories," Lost and Found Times, 27 (January 1991), distributed throughout an issue.

"Three-Element Stories," The Seer in the Wierd (1991), 1 p.

"3 Word Stories," Asylum, VII/1 & 2 (1991), p. 34-36. [Also released as Greg Boyd, ed., Unscheduled Departures (Santa Maria, CA: Asylum Arts, 1991).]

"Two-Element Stories," Giants Play Well in the Drizzle, 28 (June 1991), 1 p.

"Two-Element Stories [different selection]," Pablo Lennis (July 1991), 2 pp.

"Two-Element Stories [different selection]," Triage, II/1 (August 1991), pp. 13-15.

DRAMA:

"Lovings," directed by Barbara Vann at the Medicine Show, New York, NY, 22-24 March.

"Minimal Audio Plays," Cream City Review, XIV/2 (Winter 1991), pp. 41-48.

"Minimal Audio Plays-C," Illiterati, 4 (1991), 2pp.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Relationships," massacre, 2 (1991), pp. 41-46.

"Relationships [new format]," The Case of the Killer Whale, ed. by Luke McGuff and Mark Rose (Seattle: Questing Beast/Ready Made Exotic World), 2 pp. [Reprinted, Salon, 13 (Spring 1991), 2 pp.]

NUMERICAL ART:

"Ambiguity," "Balances," "1024," "Short Fiction," Temporary Culture, 6 (1991), pp. 2-3.

MAJOR PRESENTATIONS:

"A Retrospective of Language-Based Videotapes," Bumbershoot (Seattle, WA), two hours daily, 30 Aug.-2 Sept.

"Language-Based Audio Video Tapes," B.N.D. (Brooklyn, NY, September 28, 1991)

EXHIBITIONS:

"A Livra Expressäo do Teatro," Sobre Teatro, Santo André, Brazil (27 March-28 April).

"Digital Arts Exhibition: Amiga," CEPA, Buffalo, New York (18 May-30 June).

"E. U. A. Poesia Experimental," Centro Toluqueño de Escritores , Toluca, Mexico (October).

"16th Poetry Film Festival," Media Alliance Hall, Fort Mason Center, San Franciso (8 December).

1992

BOOKS:

Merce Cunningham: Dancing in Space and Time. Ed, with a preface and contributions. Pennington, NJ: A Cappella, 243 pp. London: Dance Books.

On Innovative Art(ist)s. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 356 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"A arte do texto-som: um panorama," in Philadelpho Menezes, ed., Poesia Sonora (Sao Paulo, Brazil: EDUC), pp. 74-84.

Five selections in John Robert Colombo, ed., Worlds in Small (Vancouver, BC: Cacanadada), pp. 40, 51, 52, 58, 80.

Illustration of Onomatopoeia [a video poem], in Papp Tibor, Balassi Kiadò. Budapest: Balassi Kiado, 1992.

INTERVIEWS:

"The Market Is the Moment," with others, in Judy Seigel, ed., Mutiny and the Mainstream (New York: Middlemarch), pp. 241-47.

ESSAYS:

"Art Criticism [re James Turrell]," Poetic Space (Fall-Winter, 1992-93), p. 19.

"Bill Keith," afterword to Sphinx (Lafarge, WI: Xerolage, 1992), inside back cover.

"Chance," "Critics," The MacGuffin, XI (1992), pp. 70-74.

"Communicating with Light," Parabola, XVII/3 (August 1992), pp. 92-94.

"Competition and Safely Nets," Small Press Review, XXIV/5 (May 1992), p. 3.

"A Conversation, in Eleven-Minus-One Parts, with Lou Harrison about Music/Theater," Musical Quarterly, LXXVI/3 (Fall 1992), pp. 383-409.

"Henry Miller: On the Centenary of His Birth," in Ronald Gottesman, ed., Critical Essays on Henry Miller (New York: G. K. Hall), pp. 337-51.

"John Cage," Exquisite Corpse, 39 (1992), p. 3.

"John Cage, Inventor," Liberty, VI/2 (November 1992), pp. 46, 48. [Remembering, abridged, as "Remembering John Cage," Anarchy, XII/1 (Winter 1993), p. 20.]

"John Cage's Indeterminacy Then and Now," American Book Review, XIV/4 (December 1992-January 1993), pp. 13, 18. [Reprinted as "1992 Introduction" in the booklet accompanying the reissue of John Cage's Indeterminacy (Washington, DC: Smithsonian-Folkways), 4 pp.; under its original title, Art Papers, XVII/3 (May & June 1993), p. 64; Massacre, 4 (1993), pp. 55-58.]

"Lesion Lessons," Liberty, V/3 (January 1992), p. 11.

"Lou Harrison: California Eclectic," The World & I, VII/5 (May 1992), pp. 150-55.

"Neglected Dimensions," Mind Matters Review, 14 (Summer 1992), pp. 34-35.

"Not Wanting To Say Anything About John Cage," Hybrid, I/1 (November-December 1992), pp. 33-34.

"Operation Criminal Rescue," Liberty, V/6 (July 1992), p. 8. [Reprinted, revised, High Times, 218 (October 1993), p. 29.]

"A Political Memoir," Incite Information, III/2 (May-June 1992), pp. 14-15. "Post-Modern," Hellas, III/2 (Fall 1992), pp. 47-49. "Preface to Solos, Duets, Trios, & Choruses," Talisman, 8 (Spring 1992), pp. 186-88. [Reprinted, Chiron Review, XI/2 (Summer 1992), p. 11; Archae, 3 (Early 1992), pp. 26-28; Parting Gifts, VI/1 (Summer 1992), pp. 69-72; lower limit speech (1993), 4 pp.; The Midwest Quarterly, XXXVII/1 (Autumn 1995), pp. 27-30.] "The Radio Dramatist Norman Corwin," American Drama, I/2 (Spring 1992), pp. 42-60. "Reflections on the L.A. Riots," Incite Information, III/5 (November-December 1992), p. 4-5. "Retrospect on Fiction [revised version]," ANQ, V/4 (New Series) (October 1992), pp. 210-12. "Sex, Race, and the Single Gentleman," Liberty, V/3 (January 1992), p. 20-21. "Three Essays," Chelsea, 53 (1992), pp. 7-16. "Techniques," Paper Radio (Spring 1992), p. 45. "Untitled Constructivist Fictions," News of Music, 13 (December 1992), pp. 23-32. "Video Writing," Hiram Poetry Review, 51-52 (Fall 1991-Summer 1992), pp. 3-8. "A Week with Francesco Conz," Lund Art Press, II/3 (1992), pp. 201. "What's My Crime?" Liberty, V/5 (May 1992), p. 9. "The Write of Arting," Further State(s) of the Art (March 1992), pp. 5-6. REVIEWS: Liberty: The Best of the Missouri Review: Fiction (May 1992). [Reprinted as "Signs of the Times," Crooked Roads, III/1 (Fall-Winter 1992), p. 29-30.] Forward: Ellis Island to Ebbets Field (September 25, 1992) POETRY: "Antic," Splitcity (Fall Too, 92), p. 2. "Asbestos," "Vasectory," Tin Wreath, 24 (Summer 1992), 1 p. "Cartwheel," Bear Creek Haiku, 11 (1992), p. 2. "Circular Poems: amassacre, cheateri, arson, live," Freibord, 80 (2/92), pp. 66-68. "Couplets: Poems & Stories," The Wire, 14, p. 00. "From Collaborations: Duets," Lost & Found Times, 30 (July 1992), p. 52. From "Couplets & Triplets II: Poems & Stories," The Eclectic Muse, III/3 (Winter 1992), p. 15. From "Couplets & Triplets II: Poems & Stories," Feh! A Journal of Odious Poetry, 12 (1992), p. 6.

From "Couplets & Triplets II: Poems & Stories [a different selection]," Green Zero, 9 (Spring 1992), 1 p.

"Culture Lucre Tubercle," "Filibuster Palaver Filagree," "Dissemble Assertion Assuage," "Acrimony Crisis Riot," "Rogue Liar Arrogant," "Flies Descries Defiles," Offerta Speciale, V/9 (Maggio 1992), pp. 6-7.

"Diminish Minister," "Stutter Turmoil," "Tessellate Cellular," "Larder Pharmacy," "Civilized Lascivious," The Gopherwood Review, [1992], p. 2.

Duets & trios, Lost and Found Times, 29 (1992), distributed throughout 24 pp. of the magazine, plus the front and back covers.

“8 Poems from Interweavings-Il," Break to Open, 1 1992), 1 p.

"Increments [with Kathy Antrim]," Chiron Review, XI/2 (Summer 1992), p. 11.

"Intelligence of Rhyming," Meat Epoch, 1 (1992), pp. 1-2.

"Intelligence of Rhyming: Poems & Stories V," The Hub City News/Review, I/I (1992), 1 p.

"Intelligence of Rhyming: Poems & Stories IX," The National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, VII/l, 23 (Winter 1992), 1 p.

"Misunderstandings," Bear Creek Hauku, 9 (July 1992), inside front cover.

“Onomatopoeia [photograph of videopoeml," Mudfish, 6 (1992), p. 67.

"Poetry Now (1990s)," The Café Review, III/2 (February 1992), pp. 1-3.

"Repartitions: Repartitions, Precipitate, Intermittent, Lingustics, Literature, Obsolescent, Cryptogram, Philistinism, Handicrafts, Automobile, Originates, Thesaurus, Experience, Plagiarism, Inflammable, Unicellular, Importance, Oceanographer, Unfurnished, Formulated, Government, Dictionary, Completely, Fragmentation, Knowledge, Orchestral, Philosophical, Stroboscope, Knicknack, Uncertainty," The MacGuffin, IX/1 (Spring 1992), p. 29.

From "Repartitions III: Formulate, Homogenize, Temperament, Formaldehyde," ash, 9 (Winter 1992), p. 25.

From "Repartitions III: Fantastic, Firmament, Floodgate, Fundamentalist, Formulate, Fraudulent, Hostage, Gabardine, Hovercraft, Lodestone, Manumit, Gingerbread," The Final Page, 10 (1992), 2 pp.

From "Repartitions III: Fantastic, Firmament, Floodgate, Fundamentalist, Formulate, Fraudulent, Hostage, Gabardine, Hovercraft, Lodestone, Manumit, Gingerbread, Wheelchair, Turnover, Congratulate, Castanets, Conglomerate, Discursive, Compromise, Developer, Careless, Casement, Discipline, Enormity, Ragamuffin, Deliberate, Escutcheon, Escapade, Luminiscent, Mademoiselle, Shakedown, Espionage, Gallivant, Leverage, Licentiate, Evanescent, Lateral, Literate, Gallows, Within, Sexagenarian, Galore, Mallard, Fallout, Frigid, Freezer," Chaminade Literary Review, 8 9 (1992), pp. 40 43.

From "Repartitions III: Fundamentalist, Haversack, Gallows, Fallout," The Sow's Ear, III/2 (February 1992), pp. 24 25.

"Repartitions III: Fantastic, Firmament, Floodgate, Fundamentalist, Formulate, Fraudulent, Hostage, Garbardine, Hovercraft, Lodestone, Manumit, Gingerbread, Fortunately, Haversack, Flooring, Forthcoming, Hassock, Merchandise, Foreshadow, Formulate, Homogenize, Temperament, Formaldehyde, Wheelchair, Turnover, Congradulate, Castanets, Conglomerate, Discusive, Compromise, Developer, CarelessCasement, Discipline, Enormity, Ragamuffin, Deliberate, Escutcheon, Escapade, Luminescent, Mademoiselle, Shakedown, Espionage, Gallivant, Leverage, Licentiate, Evanescent, Lateral, Literate, Gallows, Galore, Mallard, Fallout, Frigid, Freezer, Sexagenarian," (D)ocks, III/2/3 (printemps été, 1992), pp. 125 29.

"Repartitions IV: Compulsive, Delivery, Announcement, Buzzing, Sudden, Dismiss, Foolish, Elude, Tongue, Kneel, Moment, Brain, Copulate, Steam, Other, Office, Simile, Meditate, Tragedy, Tunger, Famish, Echoed, Golden, Ranger, Fallen, Eaten, Diamond, Moment, Synapse, Swallow, Risky, Someone, Prevent, Vacant, Huddled, Murmur, Beguile, Assured, Asthma, Imitate, Mouse, Father, Pigeon, Telegram, Trophy, Second, Offend, Ravine, Cement, Wheel, Acetate, Oppress, Visitor, Vallet, Hegemony, Estate, Aspire, Ashamed, Helmet," Komisena [Calcutta] (1992), p. 4.

"Repartitions: Appearance, Pastoral, Administer, Chattering, Imagine, Cassette, Vagrant, Huddled, Expressions, Labyrinth," Pablo Lennis (June 1992), 1 p.

"Repartitions: Asbestos, Vasectomy, Creativity, Crossourrent, Insightful, Predecessor, Horizontal, Troublesome," 11x 3O, IV/2 (1992), 1 p.

"Repartitions: Distinguishable, Technological, Nameplaces, Honoring, Priceless, Creativity," Mobius, VI/I (Spring Summer 1992), p. 4.

"Repartitions: Labyrinths," Lilliput, 33 (1992), 1 p.

"Reverberations": "rubbish garbage riffraff debris," etc., Rampike, VII/3 (1992), p. 39.

"Sixth Streeet Second Avenue/First Avenue," Poetry New York, 4 (Winter 1991/Spring 1992). p. 65.

"Spanglish Interweavings," Lost & Found Times, 30 (July 1992), distributed throughout the issue.

"Trios," Worm, 31 (May 1992), 1 p.

Triplets," Sticks, 1 (1992), pp. 12 13.

"Triplets I: Poems & Stories," Harvard Magazine, XCIV/5 (May June 1992), p. 41.

"Twelve Tone Row 1,” National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, VII/2 (Spring 1992), 1 p.

FICTION: "(Complete) Shorter Stories," US1 Worksheets, 26/27 (1992), pp. 19-20. "(Complete) Shorter Stories (1990a)," Long Shot, 3 (1992), pp. 78-79. "(Complete) Shorter Stories (1991)," Colorado North Review, XXXIV/1 (1992), pp. 47-49. "(Complete) Shorter Stories (1991a)," iron, 68 (November 1992-February 1993), pp. 37. "(Complete) Shorter Stories (1992)," Imago, IV/3 (November 1992), pp. 85-87. "(Complete) Shorter Stories (1992) [different selection]," Short Story, II/2 (Winter/Spring 1992), p. 28-29, back cover. "From (Complete) Shorter Stories (1992)," Crab Creek Review, VIII/1 (1992), p. 6. "Epiphanies," The Plastic Tower, 12 (September, 1992), p. 34. "Epiphanies (1991A)," Words of Wisdom, XI/12 (May 25, 1992), p. 5. "Epiphanies (1991B)," ash, 9 (Winter 1992), p. 6. "Epiphanies (1992A)," Abiko's Literary Quarterly Rag, 10 (Winter 1992-93), pp. 122-25. "Flirting, etc.," Plain Brown Wrapper, 17, (June 1992), 25 pp. "Flirting, etc. [different version]," Fiction International, 22 (1992), pp. 306-12. "Flirting, etc. [different version]," Salon, 16 (Spring 1992), 1 p. "It Must Be Love," Asylum (Annual 1993), p. 129. "From Lovings Three," New Hope International Review, XVI/1 (1992), p. 32. "Lovings Four: A Collection of Stories," Anarchy, 32 (Spring 1992), pp. 28-29. From "Lovings Three: A Collection of Stories," World Letter, 3 (1992), pp. 34-36. ["Metafictions,"] Parting Gifts, V/1 (Summer 1992), p. 37. "Minimal Fictions," Home Planet News, VIII/3 (Spring 1992), p. 11. "Minimal Fictions," Make Room for Dada, 4 (1992), back cover. "Minimal Fictions" (with Chinese translations in calligraphy by Shao Kuan Sng), Nimrod, XXXVI/1 (Fall-Winter 1992), pp. 80-81. "Minimal Fictions" (with Chinese translations/calligraphy by Shao Kuan Sng), Offerta Speciale, V/10 (May 1992), pp. 31-33. "Minimal Fictions-IV," Massacre, 3 (1992), p. 60-63. "Minimal Fictions-IX," with accompanying correspondence, Pop-Cult, 3 (Spring 1992), 15 pp. "Minimal Fictions-X," Calapooya Collage, 16 (August 1992), p. 15. "Minimal Fictions-XIII," Plain Brown Wrapper, 16 (March 1992), on computer disc. "Minimal Fictions-XIII [different selection]," xib, 4 (December 1992), p. 39. "Openings," Village Idiot, 15 (January/April 1992), pp. 11, 12, 20, 24, 30, 34, 36, 40. "Openings" [another selection], Bakunin, III/1 (Spring/Summer 1992), pp. 90-92. "Openings" [another selection], The New Censorship, II/11 (February 1992), p. 20. "Openings" [another selection], Tampa Review, 5 (Fall 1992), p. 66. "Openings 1988a," Western Humanities Review, XLVI/3 (Fall 1992), pp. 280-83. "Reroutings," Plain Brown Wrapper, 18 (September 1992), 5 pp. "Shorter Stories," Magic Realism, 6 (Summer 1992), pp. 8, 33. "Shorter Stories (1991-A)," Maverick in the Chaparral (April 1992), pp. 50-51. "Shorter Stories (1991-A) [different selection]," Paisano 2 (1992), pp. 36-37. "Single-Sentence Stories," Sipapu, XXII/2 (1992), pp. 20, 21. "Three-Element Stories," Meat Epoch, 4 (1992), 1 p. "Three-Element Stories" [a different selection], Meat Epoch, 5 (1992), 1 p. "Two-Element Stories," BLuR, 9 (1992), pp. 2-23. [Two untitled short fictions], Metropolis, I/4 (Spring 1992), 1 p. DRAMA: "From Minimal Audio Plays: Reintegrated," Lost & Found Times, 30 (July 1992), p. 52. "From 1001 Contemporary Ballets," Lost & Found Times, 30 (July 1992), p. 22. "From 1001 Contemporary Ballets [VI]," Colorado North Review, XXXIV/1 (1992), pp. 47-49. "From 1001 Contemporary Ballets [VI, different selection]," Forbidden Lines, 11 (July-August 1992), pp. 28-31. "From 1001 Contemporary Ballets-VI [different selection]," Talking Raven, II/2 (Autumn Equinox, 1992), 1 p. "From 1001 Contemporary Opera Libretti," Write, I/12 (May 1992), 3 pp. PHOTOGRAPHS: Of Lou Harrison, Musical Quarterly, LXXVI/3 (Autumn, 1992)

EXPERMENTAL PROSE:

“From Kostelanetz/Autobiographies at Fifty,” Lost & Found Times, 30 (July 1992), p. 53.

MAJOR PRESENTATIONS:

Anthology Film Archives, of film (19 June 1992) and audiovideotapes (26 June 1992).

PERFORMANCES:

“Lovings,” Motion & Desire Festival, Cleveland, OH (4 April ),

SCREENINGS:

“Seductions,” Axelgrease (Squeaky Wheel/Buffalo Media Resources), Buffalo Cable television (Feb 23-March 1, 1992).

“Kaddish” as finalist in the video animation category, Athens International Film & Video Festival, Athens, OH (1-7 May)

EXHIBITIONS:

“Metropolis New York City,” in Metropolis-Acustica International, Universite d’Ete de la Radio, Arles, France (8-21 July).

“Eine Austellung Computergenerierter Gedichte,” Galerie am Markt, Annaberg-Buchholz, Germany (12-Sept.-3 Oct.).

1993

BOOKS:

A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes. Pennington, NJ: A Cappella. 244 pp. (with minimal contributions by other authors).

John Cage: Writer. New York: Limelight. 281 pp. Ed, with prefaces.

Wordworks: Poems New & Selected. Brockport, NY: Boa, 209 pp.

Writings About John Cage. Ann Arbor, MI: Univ. of Michigan. 353 pp. Ed., with several contributions (pp. ix-xi, 8-12, 213 -211, 297-300, 323-325, 345-350).

POSTERBOOKS:

"Hologram," Wall Word (Lecce, Italy: Edizioni Conte), one sheet 16 1/2" x 24 1/4".

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Antitheses," in Poema Mundo (Figueira da Foz, Portugal: Museu Municipal Dr. Santos Rocha), p. 54.

"Antitheses," in Visual Poetry: An International Anthology (Providence, RI: Visible Language), p. 492.

Circular poems: Continuous, Conscious, Congruous, etc., in Is Poetry a Visual Art? (Terre Haute, IN: Turman Art Gallery, Indiana State University), p. 51.

"Emploi de temps relatif," in Poesure et peintre (Marseille, France: Musées de Marseille), p. 630.

"Formation de football américain, 1967," in Jéröme Peignot, Typoèsie (Paris: Imprimerie nationale éditions), pp. 214-17.

"Franglish Interweavings," Et tours its changent le monde (Lyon, France: Musée d'Art Contemporain), pp. 148-50.

"Paik: Remembrance 1993," in eine DATA base: Nam June Paik, ed. Klaus Bussman & Florian Metzner (Venice, Italy: Edition Cantz), p. 184.

ESSAYS:

Contribution to "Advice from the Pros: How To Finish Your First Book," Writer's Digest (April 1933), p. 29.

"The Big Scam," Liberty, VI/6 (August 1993), pp. 15-16.

"Butt-Kissy," Poetic Briefs, 10 (February 1993), 2 pp. [Reprinted, revised, as "Pucker or Perish," Liberty, VII/1 (October 1993), p. 60-61.]

"A Clean Mind," Liberty, VI/5 (June 1993), p. 13.

"Contemporary Scams, Smoke and Mirrors, Intellectual Hygiene, The Last Word, Utopian Leninists," Incite Information, IV/3 (July-August 1993), pp. 6-8.

"Critical Reflections on the Mike Tyson Case," Incite Information, IV/1 (March-April 1993), pp. 5-6.

"A Dictionary of the Avant-Garde," Provincetown Arts, IX (1993), pp. 126-27.

"An Essential Role: 1937-1962," in Joseph Scanlan, ed., A History of the Renaissance Society: The First Seventy-Five Years (Chicago, IL: The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago), pp. 35-57.

"Finnegans Wake" & "Proposal for an Extended Radio/Audio Piece of/and James Joyce's Finnegans Wake," The Abiko Quarterly (Literary Rag), 12 (Summer 1993), pp. 145-46, 172.

"From On John Cage," Poetry New York, 5 (Winter-Spring 1993), pp. 9-10.

"Get Out the Teen Vote!," Liberty, VI/3 (February 1993), pp. 12-13.

"The Hierarchical Personality," The Pragmatist, X/5 (April 1993), pp. 3.

"Interview on Poetry with Composer Lou Harrison," Reed, 47 (Spring 1993), pp. 90-94.

"Introduction to John Cage: Writer," Talisman, 10 (Spring 1993), pp. 87-89.

"John Cage 1912-1992," Washington Review, XVIII/6 (April/May 1993), p. 21.

"Levy, D. A. (1942-1968)," Small Press Review, XXV/11 (November 1993), p. 14.

"The Man Who Lived Underground [by Richard Wright]," in Noelle Watson, ed., Reference Guide to Short Fiction (Detroit, MI: Gale), pp. 792-93.

"Not Wanting to Say Anything About John Cage (1912-1992)," Chicago Review, XXXVIII/4 (1993), pp. 169-80.

"The Person of Letters in the Contemporary World," The South Carolina Review, XXVI/1 (Fall 1993), pp. 186-94.

"Poetry I Shall Not Make," New York Quarterly, 53 (1994), p. 59. [Reprinted, Left Curve, 18 (1994), p. 115; The Blind Horse Review, 2 (January-February 1994), p. 6; Calapooya Collage, 18 (August 1994), p. 22.]

"The Politicization of the National Endowment for the Humanities: A Personal Account," Annals of Scholarship, X/3-4 (1993), pp. 373-79. [Reprinted as "What Is Happening at the National Endowment for the Humanities, or Why I Voted for Bill Clinton," Plain Brown Wrapper (March 1993), 6 pp.]

"Pushcart Alternatives," Small Magazine Review, I/4 (September 1993), p. 3-4.

"Recent Thoughts about John Cage," in The John Cage Tribute (Koch International), 3 pp. [Reprinted, abridged, Musicworks, 59 (Summer 1994), p. 50.]

"Rejection Letters," Small Press Review, XXV/5 (May 1993), pp. 3-4.

"Responses to the CORE Questionnaire," in John Byrum & Crag Hill, eds., CORE: A Symposium on Contemporary Visual Poetry (Mentor, OH-Mill Valley, CA: Generator-Score), pp. 95-97.

"A Riot of Errors," Ballet Review, XXI/1 (Spring 1993), pp. 9-10. [Reprinted, Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Assocation (June 1993), pp. 1492-94.]

"Speech, speech!" Liberty, VI/3 (February 1993), p. 16. [Reprinted as "Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech," Home Planet News, IX/2 (Fall 1993), p. 13.]

"Stealing Second Base," Liberty, VII/1 (October 1993), p. 7. [Reprinted "The City," New York Times (November 7, 1993), p. 23.]

"What are you currently working on?" Pataphysics, K (1993), 1 p.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Paul Laffoley's The Phenomenology of Revelation, Eric Drooker's Flood! A Novel in Pictures, Warren Lehrer's Grrrhhhh (February- March 1993)

Liberty: Alex Comfort's The New Joy of Sex (February 1993). [Reprinted, Incite Information (May-June 1993).]

POETRY:

"Assonance," "Bludgeon," "Swimpressuit," xib, 5 (1993), p. 5.

"A to Z," Dada Tennis, 4 (Summer 1993), 1 p. [Reprinted, Turning Wheel (Winter, 1994), p. 14; Rag Mag, XII/2 (Spring 1995), p. 76.]

Chorus: "Boor yahoo zany curmudgeon oaf," etc., Kaspahraster, 5 (January 1993), p. 17.

Circular Poems: "chose/sear/arch," "lease/easel," "tires/rest," "dumbel/legend," Doc(k)s, series 3, 4/5 (Spring-Summer 1993), pp. 98-101.

Circular Poems: "rich/cheater," "live/evil," O !! Zone, 7 (July, 1993), 2 pp.

Circular Poem: "stone/tones," Rebeat, 3 (Winter 1993), p. 28.

"[Couplets]," Fearless, 11 (1993), 1 p.

"Couplets: Poems & Stories," Thirteen Poetry Magazine, XI/4 (July 1993), p. 9.

"depression melancholy blues dejection [etc.]," "ruined decrepit wretched desecrated irreparable remaindered [etc.]," Kaspahraster, 6 (April 1993), pp. 10-11.

"Duets, Trios, & Choruses," Plain Brown Wrapper, # 22 (September 1993), 5 p.

"Finnglish Interweavings," Sivullinen, 14 1/2 (1993), 1 p.

"Franglish Interweavings," Tin Wreath, 27 (1993), 12 pp.

"Franglish Interweavings" [different selection], Salon, 21 (1993), 2 pp.

From "InSerts," Lost and Found Times, 31 (July 1993), pp. 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 15, 16, 18, 22, 26, 28, 29, 31, 35, 37, 38, 40, 44, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 54, 56.

From Intelligence of Rhyming: "behest," etc.; "vision," etc., "glanced," etc.; "excellency," etc., "martinet," etc.; "vapid," etc.; "horrific," etc.; "transfusion," etc.; "contradictory," etc.; "attested," etc., big scream, 31 (1993), p. 13.

From Intelligence of Rhyming: "sheep," etc.; "inductor," etc.; "founder," etc.; "persecute," etc.; "route," etc.; "famine," etc., House Organ, 2 (Spring 1993), 1 p.

From Intelligence of Rhyming-II: "playday," etc.; "atelier," etc.; Circular Poems: "Time," "Sail," Tight, IV/3 (1993), pp. 28, 31, 32.

From Intelligence of Rhyming-IV: "demeanor," etc.; "farseeing," etc.; "upstate," etc.; "dismayed," etc., Shockbox, 7-8 (1993), p. 18.

From Intelligence of Rhyming-V: "chloroplast," etc.; "colloquy," etc.; "cineast," etc.; "protect," etc.; "titillation," etc.; "intellect," etc., "fusillade," etc.; "abnegate," etc., Apostrophe, 5 (Spring 1993), pp. 18-19.

From Intelligence of Rhyming-VI: “honorific," etc.; "respective," etc.; "peacemaker," etc.; "interesting," etc.; "obliquely," etc., "dependence,", etc.; "stakeout," etc.; "dallied," etc.; "enervate," etc.; "affecter," etc.; "libation," etc.; "camp," etc.; "beaten," etc.; "consolidate," etc.; "speaker," etc.; "skeptic," etc.; "immigration," etc.; "integration," etc.; "esoteric," etc.; "midget," etc.; "acclaimer," etc.; "expecter," etc.; "sychophancy," etc.; "abortifacient," etc.; "greeter," etc.; "slicken," etc.; "caressing," etc.; "monastery," etc.; "ingestion," etc.; "excrescence," etc.; "nickel," etc.; "exhibit," etc.; "jusrisdiction," etc.; "protester," etc; "confetti," etc.; "hermetic," etc.; "defiance," etc.; "libretto," etc.; "slicker," etc.; "reliever," etc.; "amnesia," etc.; "subscriber," etc.; "quicky," etc.; "diddle," etc.; "amplifier," etc.; "bigger," etc.; "essence," etc.; "cedilla," etc.; River Styx, 39 (1993), pp. 50-55.

"Interweavings-II: geovoidl," Lilliput Review, 52 (December 1993), 1 p.

Repartitions: "Grotesque, Godforsaken, Cassette, Realize," Art : Mag, XV (1993), p. 23.

Repartitions: "Psychoanalysis, Laughing Stock, Absentmindedly, Amateurishness, Approximations, Untrustworthiness, Intradepartmental, Disenfranchisement," Bear Creek Haiku, 13 (1993), 1 p.

Repartitions: "Linguistics, Abracadabra, Stroboscope, Individual," Bogg, 66 (1993), front cover.

Repartitions: "Blithering, Ceramicist, Restaurant, Assymptote,” Kaspahraster, 5 (January 1993), p. 16.

Repartitions: "Misculature, Handicrafts, Communicate, Celebrity, Downstairs, Autobiography, Agoraphobia, Architect," Offerta Speciale, VI/12 (November 1993), pp. 8-9.

Repartitions: "Origami, Thesaurus, Saccharin, Intermitent, Independence, Oceanographer, Parameters, Philosophy, Ultimately, Commercialize, Mathematical, Geography, Completely, Literature, Unnaturally, Alphabetize," Short Fuse, 5 (1992), 1 p.

"Reroutings," Lost and Found Times, 31 (July 1993), p. 48.

"Reroutings-II," The ExPeriOddiCist (May 1993), 1 p.

"Slasrever--II," Feh!, 14 (Feburary 1993), p. 34.

"Spanglish Interweavings," Blank Gun Silencer, 6 (Spring 1993), pp. 10, 14, 16, 17, 28, 29, 32.

"Stringfour," Sidewalks, 4 (Spring-Summer 1993), p. 45.

"Stringtwo. . . ," Heaven Bone, 10 (Winter-Spring 1993), pp. 3-4, 8-11, 17-21, 23-24, 28-33, 40-61; abridged, Plain Brown Wrapper, 23 (December 1993), 12 pp.; differently designed, The Spitting Image, 1 (1995), pp. 16-22.

"Triplets: Poems & Stories," Uncial Path, II/1 (92/93), pp. 9-11.

"Triplets II: Poems & Stories," And Then, V (1993), p. 74.

"Twelve-Tone Row 1," Poetry USA, 25-26 (1993), p. 16.

FICTION:

"Complete Shorter Stories (1990-A), Bizara, 1 (Fall-Winter 1993), pp. 18-32.

"Complete Shorter Stories (1992), Dog River Review, XII/1 (Spring-Summer 1993), p. 23, 35, 44.

"Epiphanies," hob-nob, 59 (193), p. 67.

“Epiphanies (1988-A),” The Sterling Web, 10 (Fall/Winter 1993), pp. 52-53.

“Epiphanies (1993-A),” Pembroke Magazine, 25 (1993), pp. 44-48.

“Every Day I’m Getting Better,” National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, VIII/2 (Summer 1993), 2 pp.

From "Lovings Three: A Collection of Stories," World Letter, 4 (1993), pp. 41-43.

“Minimal Fictions,” Camilla (1993), 1 p.

“Minimal Fictions," South Carolina Review, XXVI/1 (Fall 1993), pp. 168-70.

"Openings," The MacGuffin, X/1 (Spring 1993), pp. 84-85.

"Openings," Salon: A Journal of Aesthetics, 19 (Spring 1993), pp. 4, 14, 26, 65, 79.

"Openings," Synergy, 2 (Spring 1993), pp. 40-41, 43, 49.

"Openings (1992-A)," Fearless, 10 (1993), 1 pp.

"Openings (1993-A), Atrocity, XVII/10 (1993), 2 pp.

"Personals," The Portable Wall, 22 (Spring 1993), pp. 54-55.

"Short-short: Openings," Forbidden Lines, 13 (Winter 1993), p. 47.

"Shorter Stories," Nexus, XXVIII/1 (Winter 1993), p. 80.

"Three-Element Stories," Spout, 12 (Winter 1993), p. 10.

DRAMA:

"From Minimal Audio Plays: Reintegrated" and "From Minimal Audio Plays: Rewritten" (with John M. Bennett), Lilliput Review, 52 (December 1993), 1 p.

"From 1001 Opera Libretti," Discombobulation, 11 (1993), pp. 10.

"From 1001 Opera Libretti," (Rowboat) (1993), pp. 13-16.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets--V," The Imploding Tie-Dyed Toupee, 1 (1993), pp. 4, 17, 20.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

Fragment from an earlier book, Split City (n.d.), p. 12.

"Berlin 1982," Short Fuse, 5 (1993), 1 p.

"Uninflected Nonsyntactic Prose," Plain Brown Wrapper, 21 (June 1993), 1 p.

VISUAL ART:

"Getting Laid in Manhattan," The National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, VIII/1 (Spring 1993), 2 pp.

SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCES:

"Die Evangelien," broadcast over Hörspiel programming, Schweizer Radio DRS (10 April [Easter] 1993, at 21:00 60')

"Epiphanies," selected in competitive category "Short Experimental Narrative" at Athens International Film and Video Festival, Athens, OH (2 May)

"Lovings," at selected venues (in absentia), throughout the Performance Art Festival, Cleveland, OH, (4 March-19 April)

"Relationships," broadcast in Building Plans & Schemes, organized by Guy Bleus, Radio Omroep Limburg, Holland (16 October 1993)

"Stringtwo," The 18th Annual Poetry Filmvideo Festival, San Francisco, CA (November 1993)

EXHIBITIONS:

"IV Bienal Internacional de Posiea Visual/Experimental," Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico (16-18 June 1993)

"Homage to Cavellini," Muzeum Moderneho Umenia, Modzilaborce, Slovakia (13 November-20 December).

"The National Video Exhibition," Moreau Galleries, St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN (22 January-19 February 1993).

"Is Poetry a Visual Art?" Turman Art Gallery, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN (21 March-16 April 1993).

"Poesia Total," Art Pau-Brasil, Bixigia, Brazil (12 August 1993).

"Poesure et Pientie," Centrede la Vieille Charité, Marseille (12 February-23 May 1993).

1994

BOOKS:

Minimal Fictions. Santa Maria, CA: Asylum. 96 pp.

On Innovative Performance(s). Jefferson, NC: McFarland. 276 pp.

Nicolas Slonimsky: The First Hundred Years. Ed, with an introduction and headnotes. New York: Schirmer. 393 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

MoRepartitions. Port Charlotte, FL: Runaway Spoon, 1994. 32 pp.

Selected Shorter Stories. Monterey Park, CA: Found Street, 6 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Henry Miller (1964),” in Craig Peter Standish, ed., Henry Miller: A Book of Tributes, 1931 1994. (Orlando, FL: Standish Books), pp. 231 33.

"Portrait from Memory," in 6a.Exposicao international de Arte Postal (Barreiro, Portugal), P. 30.

"Recylings," in Hugh Fox, ed., The Ghost Dance Anthology (Troy, NY: Whitston), pp. 111 17.

"Robert Hivnor,” "Kenneth Koch," in K. A. Berney, ed., Contemporary American Dramatists (London: St. James Press), pp. 269 70, 316 18.

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIOTAPE:

"Operatic Epiphanies [with Bruce Kushnick], 1 Roadkillbasa Slipstream Audio Cassette, 6, approx. 3'

ESSAYS:

"Academic Critics of the Avant Garde," atelier, 4 (1994), PP. 36 39.

"Ages of the Avant Garde [contribution to a symposium]," Performing Arts Journal, XVI/1 (January 1994), pp. 37 38.

"Avant Garde Anarchism," Drunken Boat, 2 (1994), pp. 208 15.

"Baseball or Beisbol, It Thrives," New York Times (October 30, 1994), p. 41.

"Critics," Small Press Review, XXVI/9 (September 1994), pp. 3 4.

"Enquete sur la lecture," Lettre documentaire, LXXIX (Fevrier 1994), 1 p.

"Introduction to Nicolas Slonimsky,” Boulevard, 25 & 26 (Spring, 1994), pp. 112-122.

"It Too Shall Pass," American Book Review, XVI/3 (August September 1994), P. 3

"Kosti on Kostya," Art Party Pravda (NY: Clayton Gallery), 2 pp.

"Language Based Videotapes," with illustration from video Epiphanies, Synaesthetic, 2 (1994), pp. 85 87.

"Lax, Robert (1915)," Small Press Review, XXVI/1 (January 1994), p. 13.

"Majorie Perloff's Cage Criticism," Disturbed Guillotine (1994), pp,10 11.

"The Media and Urban Riots," The Kithara, 11/3 (Summer 1994), P. 7.

"Moholy Nagy's Vision in Motion (1947),” Planet Roc, V/6 (n.d.), pp. 14 15.

"Nash and Gnash: Ogden Reconsidered," Sparrow, 61 (Fall 1994), pp. 76 79.

"Philistinism," Dog River Review, XIII/2 (Winter 1994 95), pp. 32 34.

"Poetry Blurbs," Exquisite Corpse, 48 (1994), pp. 27.

"On Being a Widely Published Unpublished Author," Liberty, VII/1 (November 1994), pp. 13 14.

"Selectivity," Paper Radio, 11 (Spring 1994), P. 35.

"Some of Us Survive," American Book Review, XV/6 (February March 1994), pp. 2 3. [Reprinted as "Distinguished Independent Scholars & Intellectuals," The Independent Scholar, IX/1 (Winter 1994 95), pp. 13 14.

"Vito Acconci," "Max Bill," "Joseph Kossuth," "Roy Lichtenstein," "Claes Oldenburg," "Richard Serra," "Doug and Mike Starn," "Robert Wilson" [in German], Du, 634 (January 1994), pp. 15, 18, 44, 48, 51, 67, 68, 70.

REVIEWS:

Liberty: Michael Wreszin's A Rebel in Defense of Tradition (December 1994). [Reprinted, The Boston Book Review (June/July 1995).]


POETRY:

"Behold Visual Poetry [I]," Art: Mag, XVII (1994), p. 4.

"Behold Visual Poetry [IV]," Poet's Sanctuary, 5 (March 1994), p. 18.

"BulLies," "CurSing," "EmbRace," Found Street, 3 (1994), 2 pp.

Circular Poem: "item," Lost and Found Times, 32 (May 1994), p. 3.

"Circular Poem: massacrea," Free Lunch, 13 (Spring 1994), p. 34.

Circular Poems: "item," "risende," Art Party Pravda (NY: Clayton Gallery), 2 pp.

Circular Poems: "tones," "name," Chaminade Literary Review, 14 & 15 (1994), pp. 201 02.

"Franglish," Offerta Speciale, VII/13 (Maggio 1994), inside back cover, back cover.

"Franglish Poems," Convolvulus, 9 (Summer 1994), p. 8, 38.

"Germanbuts," Feh!, 17 (September 1994), p. 35.

"Germanbuts [different selection]," Lost and Found Times, 33 (October 1994), pp. inside front cover, 3, 6, 9, 10, 23, 33, 34, 36, inside back cover.

"Increments [with K. Antrim]," Synaesthetic, 2 (1994), p. 49.

“[InSerts],” Plain Brown Wrapper, 24 (March 1994), 8 pp.

“[InSerts],” Plain Brown Wrapper, 25 (June 1994), 9 pp.

“[InSerts],” Pacific Coast Journal, II/4 (Fall 1994), pp. 24 27.

“[InSerts],” Salon, 22 (Fall 1994), p. 4.

"Interchanges: Verbs, Nouns," Yefief, 1 (Spring 1994), pp. 97 98.

"Lyrics," Lips, 18 19 (1994), p. 39.

"Monopoems," Mockingbird, I/1 (June 1994), back cover.

"[More Franglish]," The Café Review, 5 (Fall 1994), pp. 58 60.

"More Franglish," Transmorg, 15 (1994), 2 pp.

"More Franglish," Lost and Found Times, 32 (May 1994), pp. 1, 3, 9, 11, 13, 21, 27, 29, 32, 45, 48, 49,

"More Franglish [different selection]," Lost and Found Times, 33 (October 1994), p. 14.

"More Italish," Lost and Found Times, 32 (May 1994), 24, 25, 31, 51.

"More Itaiish [different selection]," Lo Straniero, 18 (Summer 1994), p. 6.

"NowHere," Lilliput Review, 57 (June 1994), 1 p.

"Old One," The Imploding Tie Dyed Toupee, 2 (1994), p. 7.

"TheRapists," Silent But Deadly, 6 (1994), 1 p.

"Repartitions: Completely, Literature," Waterways: Poetry in the Mainstream (December 1994), p. 60.

"Repartitions: Thesaurus, Origami, Saccharin, Intermittent, Independence, Oceanographer, Parameters, Philosophy, Ultimately, Commercialize, Mathematical, Geography, Unnaturally, Alphabetize, Literature, Completely," Calapooya Collage, 18 (August 1994), p. 22.

"Repartitions II: Fallout, Sexagenarian," The Sow's Ear Poetry Review, V/2 (July 1994), p. 13.

"Reverberations 5: misbeliever, etc.," mgur poesia, 2 (1994), p. 19.

“Spanglish Repartitions," Croton Bug, 3 (October 1994), pp. 43 44.

“Spanglish Repartitions [different selection]" Caliban, 14 (1994), p. 118 19.

“Spanglish Repartitions [different selection]" Horizontes, 5 (1994), p.4.

“Spanglish Repartitions [different selection]" Open Unison Shop, 3 (1994), p. 7.

“Stringatta. . .,” Freibord, # 85 (3/93), p. 79.

"Stringthree," The Vinyl Elephant, I/7 (1994), p. 21.

"Triplets: Poems & Stories," Freibord, 84 (2/93), pp. 71 76.

"Triumverates," Lost.and Found Times, 33 (October 1994), p. 19.

"Triumverate: beginningratiatend,” Poems Without Segues II (aka Lilliput Review #60, 1994), 1 p.

"Ultimately, Commercialize, Mathematical, Geography," Chelsea Clinton News, LV/4 (January 27 February 2, 1994), p. 3; The Westsider, XXIII/4 (January 27 February 2, 1994), p. 3.

FICTION:

"Autopsy," Lilliput Review, 55 (April 1994), 1 p.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories," Nuthouse, 16 (Holiday Season 1994), p. 8.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories (1992A)," Tomorrow, 12 (1994), pp. 23 25.

"Hysterical Pregnancy [et. al.],” The North American Review, CCLXXIX/5 (September/October 1994), p. 35.

"Lovings Four: A Collection of Stories," Talking Raven, III/4(1994), 1 p.

"Metafictions C," The Higginsville Reader, IV/1 (Winter 1994), pp. 8 9.

"Metafictions 1,” Quarterly West, 28 (Winter Spring, 1993 94), pp. 10 12.

"Metafictions M," Aura: Literary/Arts Review, 1/2 new series (Fall Winter 1994), pp. 112 16.

"Minimal Fictions," Lost and Found Times, 32 (May 1994), inside front cover, pp. 4, 7, 10, 11, 13, 197, 20, 23, 24, 28, 34, 36, 39, 41, 42, 44, 50, 51.

Minimal Fictions: "Insanity." "Can we dance?" "What is sex?" "Bless you." Fell Swoop, 32 (1994), 1 p.

"Minimal Fictions XVIII,” Shockbox, 1/10 (1994), p. 37.

“Monoepic: Autopsy," Lilliput Review, 59 (1994), 1 p.

"Monoepic: Wonder." Lilliput Review, 61 (1994), 1 p.

From “1001 Short Scenarios," Parting Gifts, VII/1 (Summer 1994), pp. 3 6.

From “1001 Stories," Heaven Bone, 11 (1994), pp. 39, 41.

From “1001 Stories," Massacre, 5 (1994), pp. 125 126.

"Openings," Kaspahraster, 11 (1994), p. 18.

"Three Element Stories," Bakunin, IV/2 (Winter 1994), p. 47.

"Ye Who Enter Here," Liberty, VII/3 (March 1994), p. 30.

DRAMA:

"Beginnings: A Speech Oratorio," Plain Brown Wrapper, 26 (September 1994), 5 pp.

"Minimal Audio Plays," Western Humanities Review, XLVIII/3 (Fall 1994), pp. 268-269.

From “1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets," The Portable Wall, 23 (Fall 1994), p. 28 29.

From “1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets V,” Otis Rush, 9 (May 1994), pp. 101 105.

FILM SCENARIOS:

"From 1001 Film Scenarios 2,” Shockbox, # 11 (1994), p. 33.

"Old One," from Transformations: A Poetry Film Story Board, Talisman, 12 (Spring 1994), p. 219

"Poetry Film Storyboard: Transformations," Fiction International, 26 (1994), pp. 95 96.

"Rob Raw," from Transformations: A Poetry Film Story Board, Generator, 6 (1994), p. 72.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Getting Laid in Manhattan, Amended 1994,” National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, IX/1 (Winter 1994), 2 pp. [Partially reprinted, Nova Atlantida (1/1995), p. 205.]

"Impregnations in Manhattan," National Poetry Magazine of the Lower East Side, IX/2 (Summer 1994), 2 pp.

SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCES:

Videos throughout the Cleveland Performance Festival, 29 March 10 April.

Epiphanies [complete, 3’ 52”], Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY, 14 15 May.

Poetry Audiovideotapes, Anthology Film Archives, 18 20 November (three different evening length programs)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

'Ila Exposicao Internacional de Arte Postal Sobre a Danca," Il Passo de Arte de Santo Andre, Brazil (July 1994)

"Garbage," Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT (April 8 May 6); Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY (Feb. 23 April 8, 1995)

"Mailed Art," Gamla Gillet, Uppsala, Sweden (4 June 17 September)

"Off Balance," Artrax, New York, NY (November 1 December 30)

MAJOR CRITICISM:

Raymond Gomez, "Toward a Critical Understanding of Richard Kostelanetz's Single-Sentence Stories," Critique, XXXV/4 (Summer 1994), pp. 229 136.

1995

BOOKS:

ABC of Contemporary Reading. San Diego, CA: San Diego State Univ. Press, 283 pp.

Crimes of Culture. N.Y: Autonomedia, 256 pp.

Fillmore East. N.Y.: Schirmer, 160 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

Finnglish Interweavings (Esbo, Finland: Lingua Blanca), 8 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

Contribution to Ricardo Bloch and Don Celender, eds., Mortal Remains (New York: O. K. Harris), 1 p.

"East Village St. Marks Place Second Third Avenue, First-Second Avenue," in Hartmut Andryczuk, ed., Visuelle Poesie aus den USA (Siegen, Germany: Experimentelle Texte), pp. 59-62.

"Innovations in Essaying," in Jennifer Gariepy, ed., Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Vol. LVIII (Detroit: Gale Research), pp. 261-64.

"Divadlo Zmiesanych Medii [re Mixed Means Theater]," Avalanches 1990 1995 (Bratislava, Slovakia: Society for Unconventional Music), pp. 192-215.

REPRODUCTIONS ON AUDIOTAPE:

"No, I'm Richard Kostelanetz,” Oracular Editions, 1 (1995), 7:06.

REPRODUCTIONS ON VIDEOTAPE:

Three Prose Pieces, excerpts from Openings & Closings and Epiphanies, Logodaedalus, 8 (1995), approx. 15’.

ESSAYS:

"Accurate Perception," Wind, 75 (1995), pp. 30 632.

"American Royalty Live: B. B. King (1990),” River City, XV/2 (Summer 1995), pp. 72 77.

"Anarchist Art," Fiction International, 28 (1995), pp. 101 06. [Reprinted, Red and Black, 26 (Autumn, 1996), pp. 7-10; The Raven, 33 (Spring 1996), pp. 93 96; New York Arts, # 28 (January 1999), pp. 16-17.]

"'Anti Art' and 'Not Art,'" Paper Radio, 12 (Spring Summer, 1995), pp. 26 27.

"Assembling in the Mail Art Spirit," in Chuck Welch, ed., Eternal Network (Calgary, Canada: Univ. of Calgary Press), pp. 177 80.

"Biographical Note After Virgil Thomson," Independent Scholar, IX/4 (Fall 1995), p. 12.

"'Come Together, Right Now, Over Me’: Halcyon Days of the Fillmore East." culturefront, IV/3 (Winter 1995-96), pp. 54 55.

Contribution to symposium on "The Invisible Majority,” Independent Scholar, IX/4 (Fall 1995), p. 8.

"Dedications," Plain Brown Wrapper, 28 (March 1995), 21 pp.

"Dick Higgins," in Dick Higgins (Milano: Archivio di Nuova Scrittura), pp. 11 18. [Reprinted Private Arts, 10 (1996), pp. 366-72.]

"Future of Art," Small Press Review, XXVII/7-8 (July-August 1995), pp. 3 5.

"Getting Laid in Manhattan," Texture, 6 (1995), p. 131.

"Hocus Pocus," U Direct, 2 & 3 (1995), pp. 21 & 23. [Reprinted, Defined Providence, 4 (1996), pp. 59 62.]

"I Saw John Cage at Madison Square Garden," Liberty, VIII/5 (May 1995), p. 63.

“I’ll Take Manhattan,” Liberty, VIII/3 (January 1995), pp. 43 44.

"The Life of Forms," Santa Barbara Review, III/1 (Spring 1995), pp. 73 77.

"Literary Video [revised]," Visible Language, XXIX/2 (1995), pp. 198 203.

"Major Innovations," "Education," Northwest Review, XXXIII/1 (1995), pp. 126 31.

"More Episodes," Synaesthetic, 3 (1995), pp. 42443.

"My Book Art," New Observations, 106 (May-June 1995), p. 14.

“NEA/H Mediocrity Reconsidered," RealPoetik [on the Internet] (May 19, 1995), 3 pp.

"Notes on Art Performances," American Letters & Commentary, seven (1995), pp. 3448.

"Notes on Composing Kaddish,” Long Shot, XVIII (1995), pp. 181-84.

"Obscenity at the National Endowment for the Arts," Liberty, IX/2 (November 1995), pp. 45 46.

"Person of Letters in the Contemporary World, Part II,” The South Carolina Review, XXIV/1 (Fall 1995), pp. 125-34.

"Poetry Now," Parnassus Literary Journal, XIX/1 (Spring 1995), pp. 39 40.

"Preface to Crimes of Culture (Autonomedia)," Exquisite Corpse, 51 (1995), p. 9. [Revised, disturbed guillotine, 2 (Winter/Spring, 1995 96), pp. 14 15.]

"Remembering George Maciunas,” P*Form, 36 (Summer 1995), pp. 30. [Reprinted Private Arts, 10 (1996), pp. 373 375.]

"Retrospect on My Fictions (1988),” Chiron Review, 42 (Spring 1995), p. 28.

"Sleight of Hand, or How an NEA Fellowship to Me Was Reduced and Nearly Killed," culturefront, IV/2 (Summer 1995), pp. 51, 52, 76. [Reprinted, revised, Article, I (Spring 1999), 14 pp.]

"The Song Books Score: A Neglected Cagean Masterpiece," Arshile, 4 (1995), pp. 14 18.

"Theses After Gertrude Stein," tight, VI/3 (1995), pp. 78 81

"To End in a Book," ACM, 30 (1995), pp. 233 237.

"Umetnost Pravljenja Knjige,” Signal, 10 (December 1995), pp. 18 20.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Paul Hoover's Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology (March May 1995) [Expanded, The Connecticut Poetry Review, XV/1 (1996), pp. 37-41.]

Liberty: Paul Avrich's Anarchist Voices: An Oral History of Anarchism in America (July 1995). Jeffrey Meyers's Edmund Wilson (November 1995). Lee Lapin's The Whole Spy Catalog (November 1995).

Social Anarchism: Bob Black's Friendly Fire, 21 (1995 1996).

The Windless Orchard: Brad Gooch's City Poet: The Life and Times of Frank O'Hara (Spring 1995)

POETRY:

"Antitheses," Freibord, 94 (4/95), pp. 79 80.

"[Circular Poem:] Nozzle Numismatics Newt Nubile Nuance Nuclear Numbskull Nugatory Nutrition Newcastle Nude Nuzzle Nugget Newsreel Nutcracker Newel Nuptial," The Sow's Ear, V/3 (February 1995), p. 39.

"CorTrn/muni/nica/cate," The Writing on the Wall (Fall 1995), p. 2

"Franglish Interweavings," RAW NerVZ, 11/4 (Winter 1995 96), p. 2.

"[Franglish Poems]," Compound Eye, 5 (1995), front cover.

"More Italish," Generator, 7 (December 1995), 2 pp.

“Onomatopoeia [a video poem],” The Little Magazine, XXI 1995), a cd-rom.

Repartitions: "Linguistics, Abracadabra, Origami, Thesaurus," Indefinite Space, (1995), pp. 18 19.

[Repartitions): Substitute, Physiology, Knicknack, University, Obsolescent, Phenomenon, Brokerage, Uncertainty, Rampike, VIII/1 (1995), p. 31.

"Repartitions: Manuscript, Crumbled, Discriminate," Transmog,19 (1995), 1 p.

"Repartitions III: Firmament," The Sow's Ear, V/3 (February 1995), p. 38.

"Reverberations," atelier, 6 (1995), p. 33.

"Slasrever 11,” Vincent Brothers Review, VIII (1995), p. 88.

"Spanglish Interweavings," Offeta Speciale, V111/16 (November 1995), p. 14.

"Swimpressuit [circular]," “Pointillism Essence Language Connotations," "LawnsHustings Heaths Pampas,” “Plains Platforms Velds Greens,” “Stages Steppes Commons-Stadiums,” “Moors Tundras Downs Boards," The Midwest Quarterly, XXXVII/1 (Autumn 1995), pp. 31 33.

"Twelve Tone Row 4," tight, VI/1 (April 1995), p. 36.

FICTION:

"Coffee Break," "Crying," "I Understand Perfectly," "Sleep, My Dear," "Would you?", along with Chinese calligraphic translations by Shao Kuan Sng, Short Fuse, 61 (1995), 2 pp.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories," Prove It Pretzel Boy (1995), 8 pp.

"Continuous Dialogue B," Mirage Period(ical), 47 (October 1995), 3 pp.

"Do you have a change for a nickel?" Mesechabe, 13 (Summer 1995), p. 2.

"Epiphanies," The Orange Police X Ray Wedding (Winter 95 96), 1 p.

"Epiphanies (1994)," West Wind Review, 14 (1995), pp. 87 90 & 115 18.

"Eulogy" and other minimal fictions, Poems That Thump in the Dark, 6 (1995), p. 38.

"Every Day I Come To Feet More and More Secure," World Letter, 6 (1995), P. 48.

"Flirting," Hawaii Review, XIX/1 (Spring 1995), pp. 1,4.

"Flirting, etc.: A Visual Fiction for A. B. [single page version]," Howling Dog, VI/I (1995), p.52.

"From 1001 Stories," Central Park, 24 (Spring 1995), p. 202.

"Minimal Fictions," Nedge, 2 (Spring 1995), pp. 33 36.

"Minimal Fictions, XIX,” Art: Mag, 18 (1995), p. 20.

[Minimal Fictions], (Little) Cotton Gin, 11/1 (n.d.), 1 p.

"More or Less," Ugly Review, 1/2 (February 1995), 2 pp.

"More Openings & Closings," The Amethyst Review, III/2 (Summer 1995), pp. 53 56.

"More Openings & Closings, I" nerve, II/2 & 3 (Fall 1995), pp. 14 15.

"1001 Stories [excerpts]," Bakunin, V/2 (Winter 1995), pp. 68 69.

"Openings," Salon, 23 (1995), pp. 27, 51, 52, 53, 54.

"Openings (1995)," Tomorrow Magazine, 13 (1995), p. 21.

"Openings [designed by Eun Ha Paek]," Hawaii Review, 44 (Fall 1995), pp. 200 208.

"Openings & Closings," The Robin's Nest (Fall 1995), 1 p.

"Overlapped Minimal Fictions," Lost and Found Times, 34 (May 1995), inside front cover, pp. 3, 9, 11, 19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 36, 41, 42, 43, 51, 53.

"Overlapped Minimal Fictons [different selection]," Writing on the Wall, back cover, pp. 3, 6.

"[Selected] Shorter Stories," Cripes!, 2 (1995), 1 p.

"Spanglish Repartitions," Verbal Expression, 1/3 (Summer 1995), pp. 22 23.

Untitled Visual Fictions, ACM, 30 (1995), pp. 64 65.

Untitled Visual Fiction, The MacGuffin, XII/3 (Fall 1995), p. 60.

Untitled Visual Fiction, Veins, 1/4 (Summer 1995), p. 22.

DRAMA:

[Ballets], Transmog, 19 (1995), 5 pp.

"Beginnings: A Speech Oratorio," Confrontation, 56/57 (Summer/Fall 1995), pp. 355-359.

"From 101 Concise Contemporary Ballets," Ruby, 2 (1995), p. 11.

"Newest Minimal Audio Plays," Sandbox, 3 (1995), p. 27

FILM SCENARIOS:

From "1001 Film Scenarios 4," Hawaii Review (Fall 1995), pp. 1, 22, 143.

From "1001 Film Scenarios 4," The Pikeville Review (1995), pp. 29 32.

"Old One: Poetry Film Storyboard," tight, VI/3 (1995), p. 77.

SIGNIFICANT BROADCASTS:

"Metropolis New York," Westdeutscher Rundfunk Radio 5 (24 July 1995).

"Orson Welles: Vom Hörspiel zurn Film," Westdeutscher Rundfunk 3 (24 October
1995)

SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCES:

Epiphanies (4 hour film), Bumbershoot, Seattle, WA (Labor Day weekend)

"Onomatopoeia," The 20th Poetry Film/Video Festival 1995, San Francisco (November 17, 1995)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

"0 Cinema," Camara Municipal do Barreiro, Portugal (4 25 November 1995)

"Join Us," Aditi Theatre, Tiblisi, Georgia (15 December 1995)

1996

BOOKS:

John Cage (Ex)plain(ed). New York: Schirmer, 194 pp.

One Million Words of Book Notes, 1958 1993). Troy, NY: Whitston, 668 pp.

Radio Writings. Union City, NJ: Further State(s) of the Art, 191 pp.

Classic Essays on Twentieth-Century Music. Ed., with Joseph Darby. New York: Schirmer, 404 pp.

RERINTS IN BOOKS:

"Alternative, Possibility, and Essence: An Interview [with bibliography]," in Larry McCaffery, ed., Some Other Frequency (Philadelphia, PA: Univ. of Pennsylvania), pp. 198 218.

"Dick Higgins," "Wen ying Tsai," "Robert Whitman," in Joann Cerrito, ed., Contemporary Artists (New York: St. James), pp. 507 508, 1184 1185, 1282.

"Arts," in George Thomas Kurian & Graham T. T. Molitor, eds., Encyclopedia of the Future (New YorK: Macmillan Library Reference), pp. 37 39.

ESSAYS:

"From Autobiographies at Fifty," George Jr. Home Page (August 1996), 6 pp.

"The Best Magazine That Ever Was," Liberty, IX/5 (May 1996), p. 19.

"Charles Bernstein," Bullhead, 5 (1996), 1 p. [Reprinted, revised, Docks, 23-28 (2002),pp. 126-27.]

"Chronology of Principal Activities of Richard Kostelanetz,” Geiger, 10 (1996), 1

:”Deutscher bin ich Nicht Mehr, Aber Berliner Bleibt Man Immer,” En Gerpräch mit Paul Falkenberg,” FilmlExil, 8 (November 1996), pp. 51-56.

"Excerpts from One Million Words of Booknotes, 1958 93,” The Kithara, IV/1 (Winter 19967), p. 6.

"The Greatest Sex Book Reviewer," Exquisite Corpse, 59 (1996), p 40. [Reprinted, Liberty, X/3 (January 1997), p. 67.]

"Hidden Intelligence: Notes on the Directory of Poetry Publishers," Poetry Calendar, XXI/3 (November 1996), pp. 11 12. [Reprinted, American Book Review (Feb. 1998), p. 3; Smashing Icons, a special issue of Curious Rooms, I/1(February 1999), pp. 147-50.]

"Hired Gun Control," Liberty, IX/5 (May 1996), pp. 14 15. [Reprinted, Unbearable Assembling Magazine, 5 October 20, 1996), 2 pp.; as "Toward 'Hired Gun, Control," The Humanist (May/June 1996), pp. 3 4 & AICA USA Newsletter (Summer 2000), pp. 3 pp. ]

"John Robert Colombo," Unmuzzled Ox, XIV/1 4 (1996), pp. 45 48.

"On Being a Widely Unpublished Author," Kaspahraster, 16 (April 1996), pp. 19 20.

"The Radical Gertrude Stein," Midstream, XXXXII/5 (June/July 1996), pp. 37 38.

"Remembranza: Brown University Memoir," George, Jr. Home Page (August 1996), 4 pp.

"Some Notes About the Ethics of Editing Book Anthologies," Small Press Review, XXVIII/4 (April 1996), pp. 3 4.

"Spank me, Ms. Cheney," Liberty, IX/3 (January 1996). pp. 13 14. [Reprinted as "Plus Ça Change, Quelque Même Chose," Batteries Not Included, II/1 (January 1996), p. 10; as "Conservative Subversion," American Book Review, XVII/5 (June-July 1996), p. 13/1.]

"Thoughts on Being Canonized," Liberty, IX/6 (July 1996), p. 64 65.

"Verbal Acoustic Prose," Kiosk, 9 (1996), pp. 138 43.

"Waiting for Revisionism," Left Curve, 20 (1996), pp. 124 125.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Paul Avrich's Anarchist Voices: An Oral History of Anarchism in America (Feburary March 1996); Paul Goodman's Format and Anxiety (August-September 1996).

Liberty: Paul Goodman's Format and Anxiety (January 1966); Brad Gooch's City Poet: The Life and Times of Frank O'Hara (January 1966); Hilton Kramer and Roger Kimball’s Against the Grain (November 1966 ) .

Small Press Review: Jed Rasula's The American Poetry Wax Museum (September 1996).

POETRY:

"Abracadabra," four circular poems, Object Permanence, 6 (January 1996), pp. 51-55 .

"Circular Poem: Item," Thorny Locust, 11 (Summer 1996), p. 18.

"Circular Poems: User, Amen," Found Street, V (1996), 2 pp.

Circular Poems: “diarrhea,” “explosiv,” “genitalu,” “digo," Koja, premiere issue (1996), pp. 23~26.

Circular Poems: "reache," "ruse," "arson," Nerve Bundle Review, 2 (Summer 1996) , p. 29.

"Disintegration," "Nymphomania," Sticks, 3 (1996), pp. 16,

"Duets," Fearless, 17 (Winter 1996), 1

"Franglish," Lost & Found Times, 36 (1996), pp. inside front cover, 3, 7, 13, 14,17, 19, 22, 2 , 27) 3, 43, 44, 48, 50, 53, inside back cover

"Franglish," Bulletin Reparation de Poesie, 4 (1996), 2 pp.

"Franglish Interweavings," "Italish," RAW NerVZ, III/1 (Spring 1996), p. 33, 45.

"From Transformations: A Poetry Film Story Board," The Iowa Review, XXVI/2 (1996), pp. 119 120.

[increments], Lost & Found Times, 37 (November 1996), pp. 16, 28, 29, 42.

"More Italish," Raw NerVZ, III/3 (Fall 1996), p. 33.

"Poetry I Shall Not Make [Inna Mattai’s design]," Silent but Deadly, 9 (1996), 1 p.

"Repartitions: Abracadabra, Individual, Accumulate, Stroboscope, Predecessor, Substitute, Knicknack, Phenomenon, Intermitent, Salutatorian, Assonance, Importunate," Clwn Wr, 37 (1996), p. 8.

"Repartitions III [excerpts]," Medicinal Purposes, 1/3 (Spring 1996), p. 25.

"Repartitions III [excerpts)," Shearsman, second series, 27 (1996), pp. 14 15.

"Repartitions III: Manumit,” Lilliput Review, 82 (August 1996), 1 p.

"Spanglish Repartitions," Blue Mesa Review, 8 (1996), p. 158.

"Spanglish Repartitions," RAW NerVZ, III/3 (Fall, 1996), p. 19, 46.

FICTION:

"Contagion," The 5th Wall, 29/3 (September 1996), p. 7.

"Continuous Dialogue," Lost & Found Times, 36 (1996), pp. inside front cover, 6, 18, 24, 40, 43, 46, 49, 51.

"Continuous Dialogue B," Hawaii Review 45, XIX/3 (Winter 1995), pp. 120 22.

"Epiphanies (1992-A)," Pikestaff Forum, 12 (1996), p. 12.

"Lovings [excerpts frorn]," Tamarind (11/04/96), 1 p.

"Metafictions N," Chicago Quarterly Review, II/1 (Summer 1996), pp. 17 20.

"Minimal Fictions XII," RAW NerVZ, III/2 (1996), p. 19.

"Minimal Fictions XIX," ant/ant/ant/ant, 3 (1996), 2 pp.

"Minimal Fictions XXI," The Higginsville Reader, VI/2 (Spring 1996).

"(New) Single Sentence Story," Poetry New York, 8 (Winter 1995 Spring 1996), p. 22.

"Other Lives," Liberty, X/2 (November 1996), pp. 55 56.

"Overlapped Minimal Fictions," Salon, 224 (1996), pp. 6.8, 14.

"Sketchy Stories," ZYX, 11 (1996), pp. 3,5.

Rspangish Repartition," Hiram Poetry Review, 58/59 (Spring 1995 Winter 1996), p. 42.

[Untitled visual fictionl), Heaven Bone, 12 (1996), p. 86.

"Visual Fiction," Chiron Review, 48 (Autumn 1996). p. 45.

SCENARIOS:

Newest Minimal Radio Plays [selections from], Collages & Bricollages, 10 (1996) pp. 93 94.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets, Nerve Bundle Review, 2 (Summer 1996), p. 29.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets II, Feh! (1996), 1 p.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets III, Found Street, 7 (1996), 1 p.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets III, 256 Shades of Grey (March 1996), 1 p.

From 1001 Precise Contemporary Ballets VII, Antenym, (1996), p. 33.

"Seductions [translated into Georgian]," +/- Literatura, 3 (1996),
pp. 8 9.

"There Where," Poetry East, 42 (Spring 1996), p. 127.

"Transformations," Visible Language, XXX/3 (September 1996), pp. 245, 247, 249, 251, 253, 255, 257, 259, 261, 263, 265, 267, 269, 271, 273, 275, 277, 278 367.

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

"Visual Poetry," Rik Gadella, Paris France, 27 June 7 July 1996.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

"Some Zines: Alternative & Underground Artists' & Eccentric Magazines & Micropress," Boise State University, March 1996.

“XI Exposicao de Arte Postal Sobre Teatro," Saguao do Teatro Municipal de Santo Andre, Brazail, 27 March 30 April 1996.

“25 Years of the Experimental Television Center," Art in General, New York, 8 November 1996 25 January 1997.

"Alen da Agua: Copiacabana," Museo Extremeno e lberoamericana de Arte Contemporaneo, Badajoz, Spain, 5 November 16 November 1996

1997

BOOKS:

Thirty Years of Critical Engagements with John Cage. New York: Archae, 384 pp.

(Ed.) A B. B. King Companion. New York: Schirmer, 300 pp.

(Ed.) A Frank Zappa Companion. New York: Schirmer, 274 pp.

(Ed.) Writings on Glass. New York: Schirmer, 368 pp.

BOOKLETS:

John Cage en Radio y Cinta (Cuenca, Spain: Ediciones Radio Fontana Mix), 32 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

"Disintegration," in Peter Schakel & Jack Ridl, Approaching Poetry (New York: St. Martin's), p. 2.

“From 'Claes Oldenberg,’” in Steven Henry Madoff, ed., Pop Art: A Critical History (Berleley, CA: Univ. of California), pp. 235 240.

"Irvin Faust" & "Gertrude Stein," in Joel Shatzky & Michael Taub, eds., Contemporary Jewish American Novelists (Westport, CT: Greenwood), pp. 87 91, 409413.

"Tsaibernetics," in Cybernetic. Sculptures: The World of Tsai wen ying (Beijing: The Center Art and Science Foundation), pp. 213 217.

“23 March 1968,” reprinted in John Rocco, ed., The Doors Companion (New York: Schirmer), p. 26.

REPRODUCTION ON AN AUDIO CD:

"New York, New York," "Carnival of the Animals," Voys, 2 (1997), 14:03

REPRODUCTION ON A CD ROM:

Three sequences from the video Kinetic Writings, in the disc "International Anthology of Digital Poetry" accompanying Visible Language (1997)

ESSAYS:

"The Age of Prizes," Riversedge, XII/1 (Fall 1997), pp. 66 67.

"The Annual Microtonal," 20th Century Music, IV/7 (July 1997), 19 20. [Reprinted, German, MusikTexte: Zeitschrift fur neue Musik, 71 (August 1997), p. 67.1

Contribution to "103 Tips from Bestselling Writers," Writer's Digest (July 1997), p. 24.

"Crazy in New York: An Irvin Faust Retrospective," American Book Review, XIX/1 (November December 1997), p. 27.

"Dear Editor," Midstream, XXXXIII/5 (July/July 1997), p. 46.

“Elizabeth Streb, Extraordinary Choreographer," Brooklyn Bridge, III/1 (September 1997), p. 31 32.

"An Exchange [with Henry Gould]," Talisman, 17 (Summer 1997), pp. 235.

"Forum vs. Forum," Liberty, XI/1 (September 1997), pp. 9 10.

"Harold Bloom's Limitations," Neologisms, 2 (Winter 1997), p. 6.

"Introduction to Virgil Thomson: American Composers in Their Own Words," 20th Century Music, IV/8 (August 1997), pp. 1 4.

"It Must Be Poetry," AWP Chronicle, XXIX/6 (May/Summer 1996), p. 26.

"Johnny Got His Blacklist," Liberty, X/3 (January 1997), pp. 5 6.

"Joseph Brodsky: The Myth of Privileged Background," Midstream, XXXXIII/2 (February/March 1997), pp. 33 34.

"My Turf by the Surf," Brooklyn Bridge, II/11 (July 1997), p. 106.

"1986,” Affair of the Mind, 1/1 (1997), 4 pp.

"On Being a Widely Published Unpublished Author," Meat Whistle Quarterly, 1 (1997), pp. 4 7.

"The Persistence of Cultural Anti Semitism," J REP News and Views, 6 (1997), p. 4.

"Remembering Assembling," Denver Quarterly, XXXXII/1 & 2 (Summer/Fall 1997), pp. 134 37.

"Unedited & Underpublished,” Neologisms, 2 (Winter 1997), pp. 43 44.

"Victims of Literary Bullying," PBW, 38 (Autumn 1997), 2 pp.

“Vizuelna Poezija," Signal, 15 16 17 (1997), pp. 12 13.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Paul Krassner's The Winner of the Slow Bicycle Race (March-April 1997)

Boston Globe: Anthony Tommasini's Virgil Thomson: Composer on the Aisle (July 6, 1997) [Reprinted, 20th Century Music, V/8 (August 1998), pp. 28 29.]

Liberty: S. Wordrow's I Love Me,.Vol. I (January February); Bryce Milligan, et al, Daughters of the Fifth Sun (May 1997); David Friedman's Hidden Order: The Economics of Everyday Life (September 1997)

Midstream: Paul Berman's A Tale of Two Utopias and Paul Cowen's An Orphan in History (November 1997)

New York Press: Geoffrey O'Brien's The Reader's Catalog (April 2 8 1997); William Phillips’s Sixty Years of Great Fiction from Partisan Review (August 6 12 1997)

Rain Taxi: Frank Kuenstler's In Which (Fall 1997)

Small Press Review: Open Door: A Poet Lore Anthology, 1980 1996 (August September 1997)

CONVERSATIONS:

Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino, Meat Epoch, 21 (September 1997). pp. 1 17.

POETRY:

"Abracadabra," Waterways, XVIII/8 (September 1997), p. 28.

[As Jean-Jacques Cory] "Cover Art" & "Incredibles," The Café Review, VIII (Spring 1997), pp. 10 11.

"InSerts," RAW NerVZ, IV/3 (Fall 1997), p. 41.

"Love Chaud Summer Devil Char/Froid Hate Winter Numb Ghoul [from the hologram Antitheses]," Bogg, 68 (1997), inside back cover.

"Poetry I Shall Not Make," Talus and Scree, 3 (October 1997), p. 79. [Reprinted, Abraxas, 42/43 (1997), p. 62.]

"Poetry I Shall Not Make [design: Inna Mattei]," RAW NerVZ, IV/2 (Summer 1997), p. 31.

"Recircuits" [with Kathie Antrim], RAW NerVZ, IV/1 (Spring 1997), pp. 19, 31.

"Recircuits" [with Kathie Antrim], Shearsman, 33 (1997), pp. 26 28.

From Recircuits: "HE HER HERD," Lilliput Review, 94 (1997), 1 p.

"Rerouting III; ID RID RIDE," Lilliput Review, 90 (1997), 1 p.

"Reroutings III," Offerta Speciale, 20 (November 1997), pp. 26 27.

"Stringtwo,” Western Humanities Review, LI/4 (Winter 1997), pp. 426 433.

"Shallowa,” "Openended," Spring, 6 (October 1997), p. 111.

"TIN TING TINGE," Lilliput Review, 87 (April 1997), 1 p.

FICTION:

"(Complete) Short Stories (1997)," Angelflesh, 7 (1997), p. 29.

Excerpts from "(Complete) Short Stories (1996)," Slipstream, 17 (1997), p. 56.

"(Complete) Short Stories," Meat Whistle Quarterly, 1 (1997), p. 9.

"(Complete) Short Stories (1996)," Etcetera, 4 (December 1997), pp. 1 2.

"From (Complete) Shorter Stories (1996)," The Plastic Tower, 29 (September 1997), p. 28.

"(Complete) Short Stories (1996) [different selection]," 100 Words, V/1 (1997), title page.

“Contagion” & “Metafictons,” The Little Magazine, XXI/3 (1997), 2 pp.

"From (Complete) Shorter Stories," Rag Shock 3: Bizarrotica (1997), p. 43.

“Epiphanies,” Expressive Spirals Magazine (December 1997), pp. 4 5.

"Every Day I Come To Feel More and More Secure," Exquisite Square, 1 (97/10/03-97/11/21), 1 p.

"Every Day Richard Kostelanetz's Love for the World," Unbearables Assembling Magazine, 7 (1997), 3 PP. [Reprinted, Offerta Speciale, 21 (Maggio 1998), pp. 8 10.1

"Infinities," Talus and Scree, 2 (March 1997), p. 95.

"From Infinities," RAW NerVZ, IV/2 (Sumer 1997), p. 31.

[Lovings], Lost And Found Times, 39 (November 1997), pp. 37, 49.

Excerpts from Lovings, Art/Life, XVII/5 (1997), 1 p.

“Lovings Three: A Collection of Stories"' Paramour: Literary and Artistic Erotica, IV/2 (Winter/Spring 1997), pp. 3 34.

"Lovings Five," Transmog, 23 (1997), p. 10.

"Minimal Fictions XXIII," Lost and Found Times, 39 (November 1997), p. 29.

"Openings," Cups, 78 (January 1997), p. 17.

From Openings, Black River Review (1997), p. 36.

"Overlapped Minimal Fictions," Lost and Found Times, 39 (November 1997), pp. 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 17, 20, 25, 35, 42, 43, 49.

"Overlapped Minimal Fictions [different selection]," Salon, 25 (1997), p. 35.

"Overlapped Minimal Fictions [different selection]," Wordplay, III/1 (1997), p. 24.

"Selected Minimal Fictions XXIV,” Meat Whistle Quarterly, 1 (1997), p. 8.

"Shirley, Sharon, Sheila, Susan, Sarah," Literary Review, XL1/1 (Fall 1997), p. 94.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"Universe of Sentences I," PBW, 36 (March 1997), 4 pp.

"Universe of Sentences II (1983)," PBW, 37 (June 1997), 4 pp.

SCENARIOS:

"Dance Card: from 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets IV," Mockingbird, 6 (1997), pp. 3 5.

"Minimal Audio Plays G,” Café Review, VIII (Spring 1997), pp. 49 53.

"Newest Minimal Audio Plays," Tomorrow Magazine, 17 (1997), pp. 21 24.

"From Newest Minimal Audio Plays," RAW NerVZ, IV/2 (Summer 1997), p. 31.

"From 101 Contemporary Ballets," Key Satch(el), 1/2 (April 1997), pp. 10 13.

"From 101 Contemporary Ballets" [different selection], Surrealist Paradigm, I/4 (1997), p. 17 20.

"From 101 Contemporary Ballets [different selection]," Lilliput Review, 85 (January 1997), 1 p.

"From 101 Contemporary Ballets" [different selection], Tight, VIII/8 (October 1997), pp. 91 93.

"From 101 Contemporary Ballets" [different selection], Transmog, 23 (1997), p. 10.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets III," Orbis, 104/4 (Spring/Summer 1997), pp. 41 44.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets III," Xib, 8 (1997), p. 59.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets IV," Lungfull Magazine, 4 (Autumn 1997), pp. 52 55.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets VIII,” Talus and Scree, 2 (March 1997), pp. 96-98.

VISUAL ART:

"Richard Lenin = Vladimir Kostelanetz [with Igor Satanovsky],” Liberty, IX/3 (January 1997), p. 40. [Reprinted Black River Review (1997), p. 50.]

"Secret Twins [with Igor Satanovsky]," Affair of the Mind, I/1 (1997), 1 p.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

The Word as Image: Concrete and Visual Poetry, John Hay Library, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1 February 31 March 1997

Photo Ego Matic, curated Jaroslav Supek, Happy Gallery, Beograd

Asrescetacao, Saguao do Teatro Municipal de Santo Andre, Brazil, 3 19 November 1997

Prose Thesis ou On Mots, Mott Works, New York and Paris (simultaneously), December 1997 January 1998

ADVICE:

Margy Smilow’s The Art of Influence, 87’ video produced by Alternative Currents for Bravo & NHK.

SIGNIFICANT SCREENINGS:

"Video Writing" in Video Signali di Fumo, Genoa, July August 1997.

"Video Writing" in Videoposia/Container 1997, Centro Culura Contemporanea (October 22, 1997)

1998

BOOKS:

AnOther E. E. Cummings. New York: Liveright. Ed., with an introduction and prefaces. 310 pp.

3 Element Stories. New York: Archae. 112 pp.

Vocal Shorts. Tarpon Springs, FL: Dramatika. 195 pp.

BOOKS REPRINTED:

Merce Cunningham: Dancing in Space and Time. Ed., with a preface and contributions (New York: DaCapo).

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

Contribution to "Idea Poll 1976: Statements on Artists' Books by Artists and Art Professionals," Printed Matter: Books by Artists 1997/1998 (New York: Printed Matter), pp. 14 15.

"A to Z,” in Gary Gach, ed., What Book!: Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop (Berkeley, CA: Parallax Press), p. 116.

"Book Art," "Dribble," "Hellis," "Secret Twins," in Dmitry Bulatov, ed., A Point of View: Visual Poetry: the 90s (Kaliningrad Koenigsberg, Russia: Simplisii), pp. 57 60, 333 35.

“Triumverates,” in John M. Bennett, Paul Holman, & Bridget Penny, eds. Loose Watch: A Lost and Found Times Anthology (London: Invisible), p. 162.

Untitled contribution to Remembering Ed Hogan, 1950 1997 (N.P.: Zephyr), 1 p.

"Why Assembling," in Bill Henderson, ed., The Publish It Yourself Handbook: 25th Anniversary Edition (Wainscott, NY: Pushcart), pp. 313 21.

ESSAYS:

“The Academic Marketplace Today,” culturefront, VII/4 (Winter 1998-99), pp. 77-81.

"Advice to a Young Poet," Satire, V/2 (Autumn 1998), pp. 42 43. [Reprinted, Acumen, 32 (September 1998), pp. 67 70.]

"AnOther E. E. Cummings," Liberty, XI/4 (March 1998), pp. 48 52.

"'Collecting Cultural Magazines' Self Retrospectives," American Book Review, XIX/5 (July August 1998), pp. 3, 10. [Reprinted as "The Art of Self-Retrospective," Liberty, XI/6 (July 1998), pp. 65 66; Literary Sketches (1998), 2 pp.; The Independent Scholar, XVII/2 (Spring 2003), pp. 9-10; revised as “Cultural Magazine Collections,” op magazine, I/6 (200e), pp. 21-23.]

"Audio Comedy in America: 1950 to the Present," American Drama, VII/2 (Spring 1998), pp. 24 32.

"Cagean Illiteracy," Whelks Walk Review, I/1 (February 1998), pp. 69 72.

"Dedications," PBW, 42 (September 1998), 8 pp.

"An Interview with Lou Harrison," 20th Century Music, V/1 (January 1998), pp. 5 7.

"Kinds of Literary Magazines," Liberty, XII/2 (November 1998), pp . 67 68.

"Leave the Poor Guy Alone," Liberty, XII/2 (November 1998), pp. 26, 69. [Reprinted as "When Will It End?" Eidos, X/4 (1998), p. 9.]

"More Portraits from Memory: A Cycle of Recollections," The Unbearables Assembling Magazine, 8 (June 21, 1998), 1 p.

"My Books," PBW, 42 (1998), 4 pp.
"'Nuff’ Said," Liberty, XII/2 (November 1998), p. 10. [Reprinted as “Clinton, Starr, and Media Dreck,” Free Inquiry, XIX/3 (Summer 1999), pp. 8-9.]

"The Number of the Best," Liberty, XI/5 (May 1998), pp. 65 67.

“Out, In, and Farblondjet: Help, Help, Help,” Talisman, 19 (1998), pp. 181-87.

“Performance Art,” Encarta Encyclopedia Deluxe 99 (Redmond, WA: Microsoft), 2 p.

"Preface to Cultural Demolitions," ACM, 34 (1998), pp. 144 45.

"A Proposal Toward an Alternative Academy of Arts & Letters," Small Press Review, XXX/2 & 3 (March April 1998), pp. 3 4.

"Reactionary Retrospectives," American Book Review, XIX/4 (May June 1998), p. 3, 15.

"Rejection Artist Spotlight," The Rejected Quarterly, 1/1 (1998), pp. 12 15.

"Retro(grade)spective," American Book Review, XIX/6 (September October 1998), p. 3.

"The Revival of Literary Patronage," Small Press Review, XXX/7 (July August 1998), pp. 19 20.

"Shooting the Bull," Liberty, XII/2 (November 1998), p. 11.

"'Tailgate' and the America Haters," Liberty, XI/5 (May 1998), pp. 26, 69 70.

"Thickness: Left, Right, and Libertarian," Liberty, XI/4 (March 1998), pp. 19 20.

"The Trouble with University Presses: An Arena for Power, Certification, and Deception," 20th Century Music, V/3 (March 1988), pp. 35 38.

"Why 'Art Writing' Earns a Bad Name," NY Arts Magazine, 19 (March 1998), p. 29.

"A Universe of Sentences, III," Plain Brown Wrapper, 40 (March 1998), 10 pp.

"The Witness and the Monk," Liberty, XIA (March 1998), pp. 14, 16.

REVIEWS:

ACM: Michael Donner's I Love Me, Vol, 1 (1998).

The American Enterprise: Norman Lebrecht's Who Killed Classical Music? (May/June 1998) [Reprinted, 20th Century Music (July 1998).

Collages & Bricollages: The Letters of Gertrude Stein and Thornton Wilder (1998).

Liberty: Markus Wolf's Man Without a Face (January 1998); Paul Berman's A Tale of Two Utopias (March 1998).

Midstream: The Letters of Gertrude Stein and Thornton Wilder (September October 1998).

New York Press: Lawrence A. Kudlow's American Abundance (September 2 8, 1998) [reprinted, Liberty (February 2000)]; Doug Henwood's Wall Street (Sept. 30 Oct 6, 1998).

Riversedge:Bryce Milligan, et al, eds., Daughers of the Fifth Sun (Spring 1998).

Spring: Barry Ahearn's Pound/Cummings: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and E. E. Cummings (1998).

CONVERSATIONS:

"I Say Avant Garde and You Say En Garde," with Marie Josée Fortis, Collages & Bricollages, 11 (1998), pp. 18 28.

POETRY:

"Amen," Potomac Review, V/3 (Summer 1998), p. 75.

Circular poems: "user," "lease," "arson," Axe Factory, 10 (1998), p.16, inside back cover, outside back cover.

"Collaborations: Duets" (with John M. Bennett), Etcetera, III/2 (December 1998), p. 21.

"Godi," Dimensao: Revista Internacional de Poesia, 27 (1998), p. 102.

Incremental Poems, Bad Henry Review, 11/12 (1998), p. 63.

"InSerts," Graffiti Rag, 4 (1998-99), pp. 27-29.

"InSerts," Hollins Critic, XXXV/3 (June 1998), p. 21.

"Massacrea," ed Josef Linschinger, ed., Poesie Konkret Visuall Konzeptuell (Linz, Austria; Ritter Verlag), p. 97.

"O/Live," etc., with Michael Peters, World Letter, 9 (1998), p. 7.

“Old-Odd-Ode-One,” “LuMineScene,” et al., Lucid Moon, 25 (September 1998), p. 96-97.

"PrIceLess," "BlUnderBuss," "BeWilDerMent," RAW NerVZ, V/2 (Summer 1998), pp. 4, 8.

"Reroutings III," Dirigible, 11 (1998), p. 36.

"Reroutings III" [different selection], The Ledge, 22 (1998), pp. 116 18.

"Solo Wine," Rhino, 98, p. 41.

"Solo Wine" & "There Where," Neologisms, 5 (Spring, 1998), front cover & back cover.

"Spanglish Repartitions," Mushroom Dreams, (1998), p 25.

"Spanglish Repartitions," rococo anerca, 1/3 (Spring-l998), 6 pp.

"Spanglish Repartitions," Peeky Hide, 5 (1998), p. 9.

"Spanglish Repartitions," Rampike (1998), p. 58 59.

"Twelve Tone Row I," Difference3engine+editor, 3 (1998), 1 p.

FICTION:

"Auto da fe," 100 Words, V/5 (1998), back cover.

"Boxing," Potpourri, X/1 (1998), p. 72.

Circular story (11 . . . responsible only to those commitments . . . 11), Short Fuse, 73 (1998), 1 p.

"Five Shorter Stories," 100 Words, VI/1 (1998), p. 28.

"From '(Complete) Shorter Stories (1996),’” 100 Words, V/6 (1998), p. 36.

"(Complete) Shorter Stories (1997),” Linx, XIII/1 (February 1998), p. 51.

"Epiphanies," Expressive Spirals (January 1998), p. 21.

"Epiphanies," Expressive Spirals (February 1998), p. 23.

"Epiphanies 1998,” Expressive Spirals (March 1998), p. 15.

"Epiphanies 1998,” Expressive Spirals (April 1998), p. 27.

"Epiphanies 1998,” Expressive Spirals (May 1998), p. 27.

"Epiphanies 1998,” Expressive Spirals (June 1998), p. 7.

"Eurekaleidoscopening," Ugly Duckling (1998). 1 p.

"First Truncated Epic," Lost and Found Times, 40 (1998), p. 18. [Reprinted, Difference3engine+editor, 3 (1998), 4 pp.]

"I Want the World To Continue Without Me," Cup of Fiction, III/1 (1998), p. 5.

"Infinities," Red Cedar Review, XXXIV/1 (Winter Spring 1998), pp. 33, 46, 68, back cover.

"Infinities," Short Fuse, 72 (1998), 2 pp.

From “Lovings Five: A Collection of Stories," Key Satch(el), II/1 (January 1998), pp. 9 10.

"Minimal Fictions XXII," Sycamore Review, X/2 (Fall 1998), pp. 67 73.

"Minimal Fictions XXII (1998),” The Brobdinghagian Times, 7 (Spring 1998), 1 p.

"Minimal Fictions XXIV (1998),” Chalkdust, 7 (1998), pp. 6 7.

"Minimal Fictons XXV,” Iconoclast, 50 (1998), p, 14.

"Minimal Fictons XXV,” RAW NerVZ, V/2 (Summer 1998), p. 28.

"Multiple Fictions," Centennial Review, XLII/1 (Winter 1998), p. 187.

“Second Truncated Novel,” “Infinities,” Lucid Moon, 23 (July 1998), pp. 204-208.

"Six Shorter Stories," 100 Words, VI/2 (1998)9 p. 22.

"Shorter Stories 1998,’ The Kit Kat Review, I/1 (Sumer 1998), pp. 94. 96.

“Three-Element Stories,” Riversedge, XII/2 (Spring 1998), p. 21, 58.

Three-Element Fiction, Raw Nervz, V/3 (Autumn 1998), p. 44.

"Triumverates," convolvulus, 25 (Fall 1998), pp. 22 25.

Two Circular Fictions, Short Fuse, 74 (1998), 2 pp.

"Two Element Stories," Meat Epoch, 23 (1998), 1 p.

"Two Element Stories," Revue International pour le poesie experimentale, 9 (Mars 1998), p. 33.

"Two Element Stories," Revue International pour le poesie experimentale, 10 (Septembre 1998), p. 347.

Three-Element Story, RAW NerVZ, V/4 (Winter 1998-99), p. 43.

TRANSLATIONS:

From Ramon Gomez de la Serna, with Martin Zotta, Lost and Found Times, 40 (1998), pp. inside front cover, 39, 52, 55, 58.

SCENARIOS:

"[Minimal Audio Plays]," The End, I/1 (1998), p. 37.

"Minimal Audio Plays G,” Meat Whistle Quarterly, II/3 (1998), p. 2 6.

"Minimal Audio Plays: Rewritten," "Minimal Audio Plays: Reintegrated," co authored with John M. Bennett, “YTKN”, 12 (March 1998), 2 pp.; different selection, Lilliput Review, 98 (1998), 1 p.

"Newest Minimal Audio Plays," Big Scream, 36 (1998), p. 10.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets," The Alembic (1998), pp. 9 12.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets II,” New Blind Date, 5 (1998), 2 pp.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets III," The Germ: Poetic Research Bloc, 2 (1998), pp. 149 53.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets III [different selection]," The Contemporary Review (Autumn 1998), pp. 1 2.

"From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets VII,” Centennial Review, XLII/1 (Winter 1998), pp. 185 187.

GRAPHICS:

“Secret Twins [with Igor Satanovsky],” Doc(k)s, serie 3, 17/18/19/20 (1998), pp. 334-335.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

"You," The Butterly Chronicles, II/2 (May 1998), pp. 7 8.

BROADCASTS

Part of "riverrun," Studio Akustische Kunst, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (20 February).

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

"Altern," Historisches Rathaus, Frankfurt am Main Seckbach (Germany), March 1998.

"Art and the Everyday World: Pop, Op, and Minimalism in the Collection," University of Kentucky Art Museum, 18 January 8 August

"Poesia Intermedia: Hommage at Dick Higgins," Theatre Dei Dioscuri, Centro Nationale di Drammaturgia, Rome, 27 29 November; Winter Europe Festival, Ferentino, Italy, 1 6 December

1999

BOOKS:

Political Essays. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia. 289 pp.

BOOKS REPRINTED:

Writings on Glass. Ed., with contributions and updated material (Berkeley, CA: University of California).

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

“A Half Century Later: Chambers/Hiss,” N Y Arts, IV/6 (June 1999), pp. 33-34.

“Art in the Culture,” with John Cage & Richard Foreman,” in Bonnie Marranca & Gautam Dasgupta, eds. Conversations on Art and Performance (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Univ.), pp. 114-27.

“Ives, Charles” & “Stockhausen, Karlheinz,” in John Rocco, ed. Dead Reckonings. The Life and Times of the Grateful Dead (N.Y.: Schirmer), pp. 219-220, 159-61.

“No,” in Estra Milman, Alternative Traditions in the Contemporary Arts (Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Museum of Art), p. 71.

“On Robert Lax,” in David Miller and Nicholas Zurbrugg’s The ABCs of Robert Lax (Devon, England: Stride), p. 183.

“Potato” (a circular poem, with Igor Satanovsky), in Spud Songs: An Anthology of Potato Poems. Ed. Gloria Vando & Robert Stewart (Kansas City: Helicon Nine), p. 138.

“Prunings,” in Hugh Fox, ed., The Living Underground (Troy, NY: Whitston), pp. 241-55.

“Robert Hivnor” & “Kenneth Koch,” Contemporary Dramatists, Sixth Ed. (Detroit: St. James), pp. 313, 370-72. [Also among “Advisors”]

Two Circular Poems, in Blair H. Allen, ed., The Cerulean Anthology of Sci-Fi/Outer Space/Fantasy Poetry and Prose Poems (N.p.: Cerulean Press), pp. 81-82.

“Writing and Performance: Interview with Richard Foreman,” in Gerald Rabkin, ed., Richard Foreman (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ.), pp. 111-17.

BOOKLETS:

Which Witch? Turin, Italy: Visual Editions-Offerta Speciale, 1999, 16 pp.

ESSAYS;

“The Academic Marketplace Today,” Liberty, XIII (October 1999), pp. 38-40, 52.

“Alien Corn,” NY Arts, IV/12 (December 1999), p. 68.

“Anarchist Art,” Kick It Over, 36 (Winter 1999), pp. 38-40.

“Apolitical Life,” Liberty, XIII/7 (July 1999), pp. 47-48, 50.

“Conservatism’s Self-Inflicted Suicide,” Liberty, XIII/2 (February 1999), pp. 36-38.

“The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and E. E. Cummings,” NY Arts, III/4 (April 1999), pp. 40-41.

“Cultural Magazines’ Retrospectives,” I, Literary Magazine Review, XVIII/3 (Fall 1999), pp. 31-37; II, XVIII/4 (Winter 1999), pp. 32-45..

“Dick Higgins Remembered,” PAJ, 62 (May 1999), pp. 12-17.

“FALN Down on the Job,” Liberty, XIII/11 (November 1999), pp. 7-8.

“False Tag,” Smashing Icons, a special issue of Curious Rooms, I/I (February 1999), pp. 119-120.

“Guiliani’s Grand Slam for the Brooklyn Museum,” NYArts, IV/11 (November 1999), p. 79.

“Henry Cowell, Roger Sessions, et al, 4,000 Words from Richard Kostelanetz’s Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes,” 20th Century Music, VI/( (September 1999), pp. 1-3.

“How an NEA Grant to me Was Reduced and Nearly Killed,” NY Arts, IV.8 (September 1999), pp 47, 49.

“Language-Based Videotapes & Audiovideotapes,” The Open Space Magazine, 5 pp.

“Leonardo and Me,” White Walls, 41 (Winter 1999), pp. 91-101.

Letter in Zine Beat: A Journal of Underground Writing, I (1999), p. 37.

More Episodes,” PBW, 45 (June 1999), 4 pp.

“More Entries from A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes,” 20th Century Music, VI/10 (October 1999), pp. 16-20.

“Mozart, Satie, Schoenberg. . . ,” with John Cage, trans. into French, L’Infini, 66 (´Eté1999), pp. 20-40.

“The Naked Truth,” Liberty, XIII/11 (November 1999), pp. 10-11.

“A New Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes,” Article, I (Spring 1999), 9 pp.

“A New Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes--Flair,” Visible Language, XXXIII/3 (1999), pp. 316-17.

“On Cage Reading,” John Cage Reads Cage: The Text Pieces 1 (Mode Records, 1999), 2 pp. [Reprinted as “John Cage: The Text Pieces 1,” 21st Century Music, VII/1 (January 2000), p. 23; as “John Cage: His Poetry and His Music,” NY Arts, V/I (January 2000), p. 95.]

“One from Column A,” Liberty, XIII (October 1999), p. 8.

“One Helluva Holy Encyclopedia,” American Book Reiew, XX/5 (July-August 1999), pp. 13-14.

“Richard Kostelanetz 1999,” Unbearables Assembling Magazine # 9 (21 February 1999), 1 p.

“Richard Kostelanetz co-founded Assembling,” The Unbearables Assembling Magazine, 10 (8 August 1999), 1 p.

“Remembering Dick Higgins,” Visible Language, XXXIII/1 (1999), p. 1.

“Rememering Reactions and Alternatives,” Reed, 52 (1999), pp. 85-91.

“The Revival of Literary Patronage,” NY Arts, IV/3 (March 1999), p. 27.

“Sephardic Culture and Me,” Home Planet News, 45 XI/3 (Fall/Winter 1999), p. 15. [Reprinted as “A Sephardi Blues,” NASAWI News (Nov/Dec, 1999), p. 13-15; American Writing, 20 (2000), pp. 64-67.]

“Sloppy Scholarship,” House Organ, 24 (Winter 1999), 3 pp.

“Thirty Years of Visible Writing,” Visible Language, XXXIII/1 (1999), pp. 6-41; different version, designed by Igor Satanovsky, Confrontation, 68/69 (Summer 1999), pp. 268-75..

“To End in a Book,” NY Arts, III/2 (February 1999), pp. 36-37.

“Tribute: Dick Higgins,” American Book Review, XX/3 (March-April 1999), p 4.

“Why I Don’t Give Poetry Readings,” Poetry Calendar, XXIV/4 (December 1999), p. 29.

“Virgil Thomson,” in The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Vol. II (Scribner, 1999), pp. 830-32.

REVIEWS:

Liberty: Barry Ahearn's Pound/Cummings: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and E. E. Cummings (March 1999)

POETRY:

“Except Ale,” The Contemporary Review (December 1999/January 2000), 1 p.

“Germanbuts,” Tightrope, XVI (1999), 2 pp.

Increments, Tundra, I/1 (1999), p. 72.

“Intestinal,” Dimensão, 28/29 (1999), p. 136.

A Poetry Film Storyboard, Revue Internationale pour la poésie expérimentale, 11 (Mars 1999), p.17.

Repartation, Raw Hervz, VI/1 (Spring 1999), p. 36.

“Reroutings,” Mind the Gap, II (Spring 1999), p. 24.

[Reroutings], Lost and Found Times, 43 (November 1989), p. 51.

“Spanglish Repartition,” Rampike, X/2 (1991), p. 2.

Video String, Visible Language, XXXIII/1 (1999), p 36, 34, 32, 30, 28, 26, 24, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12.

“Which Witch,” “scripted” by John M. Bennett, Lost and Found Times, 42 (May 1999), inside front cover, 7, 8, 11, 17, 23, 31, 37, 42, 45, 53.

FICTIONS:

“circular grammar represents an imprisonment within. . .,” Short Fuse, 77 (1999), 1 p.

“Complete) Shorter Stories,” Crystal Drum, 69 (October 1999), pp. 12-16.

“Continuous Dialogue,” PBW, 44 (March 1999), 24 pp.

“Continuous Dialogue-A,” Chicago Quarerly Review, 3 (Winter 1998-99), pp. 31-32.

“Epiphanies,” Barrow Street, I/2 (Spring 1999), pp. 11-12.

“Epiphanies,” Cedar Hill Review (Spring 1999), p. 66.

“Epiphanies,” Stand Alone, III/3 (April 1999), pp. 23-25.

“Infinities,” Heaven Bone (Year 200 Annual), pp. 72, 117.

Infinities, Short Fuse, 78 (1999), 2 pp.

“Innocence, Limbo, Guilty,” Fiction International, 32 (1999), p. 165

“Intermittent Stories,” Lungfull!, 8 (1999), pp. 92-97.

“Lovings Three,” Brouhaha, 15 (1999), 4 pp.

“Newest [Faint] Ephanies,” Differ4ence Engine (1999), 5 pp.

From “1001 Stories,” Big Scream, 37 (Winter 1999), 2 pp.

“1001 Stories Enumerated [1-225],” PBW, 46 (September 1999),10 pp..

“Openings (1996),” No Exit, VI/4 (1999), p. 24-26.

“Overlapped Minimal Fictions,” The Rejected Quarterly, I/3 (Winter 1999), p. 2.

“A Skeletal Cycle of Openings,” _Denver Quarterly, XXXIV/2 (Summer 1999), pp. 109-112.

“Three-Element Stories,” Mushroom Dreams (May Day 1999), p. 15.

“Transgendered Lovings,” Stranger Than Madness, I/1 (1999), pp. 33-34.

Translations from Ramon Gomez de la Serna, with Martin Zotta, Offerta Speciale, XII/23 (May 1999), pp. 18-19.

Translations from Ramon Gomez de la Serna, with Martin Zotta, Whiskey Island, 41 (1999), pp. 8, 69.

Two-Element Stories,” Revue Internationale pour la poésie expérimentale, 11 (Mars 1999), p. 34.

Video fiction, Visible Language, XXXIII/1 (1999), pp. 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

“You,” Space and Time, 89 (Spring 1999), pp. 14-15.

SCENARIOS:

“From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets--III,” Fire, 9 (September 1999), pp. 139-40.

“Minimal Audio Plays: Rewritten,” with John M. Bennett, Lynx, XIV/1 (1999), p. 49.

“Minimal Audio Plays: Rewritten,” with John M. Bennett, Lynx, XIV/2 (1999), p. 14.

“New Minimal Radio Plays,” Whelks Walk Review, 2 (1999), pp. 67-71.

“Newest Minimal Audio Plays,” The Kit-Cat Review, II/1 (Summer 1999), pp. 58-60.

“1001 Contemporary Ballets,” “Drown,” Vol. No. Magazine, 25 (1999), pp. 4, 53.

VISUAL ART:

Contribution to Mani Art No Real Art, 125 (1999), 1 p.

SCREENINGS:

Roulette, New York, NY, 9 October.

Arsenal, Berlin, Germany, 12 November.

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITION:

Visual Poetry, Barnes & Noble, Astor Place, NY, December 1999.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

VI Bienal Internacional de Poesía Experimental, Vestíbulo del Palicio Legislativo, 13-16 April 1999.

Hommage à Dick Higgins. Ernst Mùzeum, Budapest, Hungary, 19 November -12 December 1999.

2000

BOOKS REPRINTED:

Conversations Avec John Cage. Paris: Editions des Syrtes, 397 pp.

John Cage Writer: Selected Texts. New York: Cooper Square, 281 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

“Secret Twins,” in Acquitectura Instruail Arte XIII (Barreiro, Portugal: Camera Municipal do Barreiro), p. 33

BOOKLETS:

ESSAYS:

“Another Jewish Conspiracy. . .,” Liberty, XIV/9 (September 2000), p. 9.

“The Boy and the State,” Liberty, IV/4 (April 2000), p. 8, 10.

“Cagean Bigger Is Cagean Better,” 21 st Century Music, VII/6 (June 2000), p. 39.

“Finding Rare Books on the Web,” Liberty, XIV/6 (June 2000), pp. 51-52.

“A Fresh Encyclopedia Entry on John Cage,” NY Arts, V/6 (June 2000), p. 76.

“Hilton Kramer: Once Again Everything Ad Hominem,” NY Arts, V/33 (March 2000), p. 47.

“Kinds of Literary Magazines,” 21st Century Music, VII/5 (May 2000), p. 47.

“The Littlest Subversive,” Liberty, XIV/7 (July 2000, pp. 21, 28.

“Modernist Library,” American Book Review, XXI/2 (January-February 2000), p. 3.

“The Musical Illiteracy of Literary Intellectuals, ,” 21 st Century Music, VII/6 (June 2000), p. 39.

“My Expensive Book,” The Weekly Standard (April 17, 2000), p. 38. [Reprinted as “Checkout-Counter Censorship,” Media Channel (May 31,2000), 3 pp.]

“New Criterion: “Highbrow” People,” NY Arts, V/I (January 2000), p. 82.

“New Retrospective on Fiction Writing (1968-1998),” Quarter After Eight, 6 (2000), pp. 53-57.

“Nicolas Slonimsky,” 21 st Century Music, VII/6 (June 2000), pp. 9-10.

“1986,” Explosive Magazine, 8 (2000), 4 pp.

“Not Our Kind of Addiction,” Liberty, XIV/8 (August 2000), p. 7.

“Notes on the Waterways Project,” Home Planet News, XI/4 (Summer 2000), pp. 3, 5.

“PoBusiness,” American Book Review, XXI/4 (May-June 2000), pp. 3-4.

“The Radical Gertrude Stein,” NY Arts, V/7 (July/August 2000), p. 71.

“The Redeath of P.D.Q. Bach,” 21 st Century Music, VII/8 (August 2000), pp. 1-3.

“Ricky Ricardo, Call Your Office,” Liberty, XIV/2 (February 2000), pp. 16-17.

“Robert Lax: Neglected Minimalist,” American Book Review, XXI/3 (March-April 2000), p. 24.

“S.E.M.’s Many Many Women,” liner notes to cd box Petr Kotik (Dog w/ a Bone), 2 pp.

“Some Notes about the Editing of Book Anthologies,” The Writer’s Chronicle, XXXII/5 (March-April 2000), p. 60.

“Voluntary Pigritude,” Liberty, IV/4 (April 2000), pp.14-15.

“ZWOWIE! Discovering an entry on oneself in Britannica.com,” Liberty, XIV/7 (July 2000, pp. 13-14.

REVIEWS:

Liberty: A New Fiedler Reader (July 2000

Midstream: A New Fiedler Reader (May-June 2000)

The Weekly Standard: Andrea Olmstead’s Juilliard: A History (June 12, 2000)

POETRY:

“Concrete Poem [gynocology],” Now Here Nowhere, II/4 (Spring/Summer 2000), 1 p.

“Recircuits,” Clown Wr, 39 (2000), 1 p.

“Repeating Rhythmic Rearticatuion, “ with Werner Reichhold, Lynx, XV.1 (2000), p. 42.

“ReRoutings,” Mind the Gap, 4 (2000), p. p. 30.

“Simultaneous Translations [with Martin Zotta],” Two Lines (2000), pp. Pp. 120-21.

“Spanglist Repartitions,” Texturas, 10 (2000), p 6.

Turfs & Arenas, The Small Pond, SXXVII/1 (Winter 2000), pp. 25-27.

FICTIONS:

“The Best Minimal Works,” The Abiko Quarterly, 19 (Winter-Spring 2000), pp. 171-183.

“(Complete) Shorter Stories (1998),” Experimental Forest, 4 (March-April 2000), pp. 19-21.

“Epiphanies,” Gnome: The Online Journal of Underground Writing, I/1 (Winter 2000), 2 pp.

“Epiphanies,” Now Here Nowhere, II/4 (Spring/Summer 2000), 2 pp.

“Epiphanies,” Slipstream, 20 (2000), back cover.

“First Truncated Novel,” The Seattle Review, XXII/1 (2000), pp. 20-23.

“Intermittent Fictions,” Barrow Street (Summer 2000), pp. 95-96.

“Metafictions,” The Unbearables Legal Issue/Assembling Magazine, # 11 (2000), 1 p.

“More Openings & Closings,” Hart, 8 (2000), p. 33.

“100l Enumerated Fictions [501-1015],” PBW, # 48 (March 2000).

Openings, Paramasitic Propastitute (2000, 2 pp.

Overlapped Minimal Fictions, Lost and Found Times, 44 (June 2000), inside front cover, 3, 7, 9, 16, 17, 22, 27, 35, 52, 55, 60.

Two Circular Fictions, Short Fuse, 79 (2000), 2 pp.

Visual Opening, Bern Porter International, IV/7 (July 2000, p. 7.

GRAPHICS:

“Getting Laid in Manhattan (Downtown),” Switched-on Gutenberg, V/1 (2000), 1 p.

TRANSLATIONS:

“Dichos/Sayings,” The Cultual Journal, VIII/1 (Spring 2000)

SCENARIOS:

“From 1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets-IV,” Temenos, I/1 (2000), 1 p.

“1001 Concise Contemporary Ballets,” Paperplates, III/4 (2000), pp. 10-11.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

SCREENINGS:

BROADCASTS:

“Radio Comedy USA,” Studio Akustische Kunst,

Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Köln (22 July)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Irudiz Hornitutako Liburutik Artista-Liburura/Del Libro Ilustrado al Libro de Artista, Bilbao, Spain, 8 February-8 March

2001

BOOKS:

3 Canadian Geniuses. (Toronto: Colombo & Co.), 148 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

Metafictions. New York: Phygian Press, 15 pp.

BOOKS REPRINTED:

A Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes (NY: Routledge).

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

“Leonardo and Me,” in Valerio Dehó and Alessandro Vezzosi. Leonardo in Azione e Poesia/Leonardo in Action and Poetry (Bolognia, Italy: Museo Ideale Leonardo da Vinci), pp. 239-42.

“Antitheses,” in Francisco Peralta, Pantópico 2 (mil) + 1 (Malaga, Spain: Corona del Sur), p. 112.

REPRODUCTION ON DISCS:

“No, I’m Richard Kostelanetz,” An International Anthology of Sound Poetry (Kaliningrad, Russia: ncca), 3:28.

CONVERSATIONS:

“A Word with the Writer Richard Kostelanetz,” Collected Stories (on line), 4 pp.

ESSAYS:

“Academic Critics of the Avant-Garde” [as J.-J. Cory], NY Arts, VI/5 (May 2001), p. 63.

“Best New York City Beach: The Rockaways” & “Best News for Customers if not Stockholders: The Return of Crazy Eddie,” New York Press (October 2-9, 2001`), pp. 52, 71, 73.

“A Cabinet That Looks Like America,” Liberty, V/5 (April 2001), p. 18.

“Collecting Small Magazine Self-Retrospectives,” Literary Magazine Review, XX/1&2 (Spring & Summer 2001), pp. 7-13.

Contribution to “Interviews and Essays on James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake,” The Abiko Annual, 21 (2001), pp. 91-95.

“Dedications,” Quarter After Eight, 7 (2001), pp.191-203.

“Editorial Effrontery,” Small Press Review, XXXIII/5 & 6 (May-June 2001), p. 3.

“The Education of an Intellectual,” Liberty, XV/8 (August 2001), pp. 38-42.

“The Function of the Idiot Identifier,” American Book Review, XXII/6 (September/October 2001), p. 31. [Reprinted, Liberty, XV/10 (October 2001), p. 8. 10.]

“The Future of Art,” ArtPapers, XXV/6 (November/December 2001`), pp. 30-31.

“Game for Gamelan,” 21 st Century Music, VIII/2 (February 2001), p.10.

“Goodbye and Good Riddance,” Liberty, XV/2 (February 2001), pp. 10-11.

“Hidden Intelligence in 2001,” The Writer’s Chronicle, XXXIII/6 (May/Summer 2001), pp. 24-25.

“Hitting Home,” Liberty, XV/11 (November 2001), pp. 19-20.

“Keeping Afloat in New York: Writing a Writing Memoir,” The Unbearables Assembling Magazine Presents Annual Report (October 29, 2001), 2 pp.

“Kenneth Goldsmith,” Contemporary Poets, Seventh Ed. (New York: St. Martin’s), pp. 436-437.

“Kinds of Literary Magazines,” Home Planet News, XII/1 (Spring 2001), pp. 3-4.

“The Literary Libertarians,” Liberty, XV/6 (June 2001), p. 15.

“A Minority’s Minorities,” Midstream, XXXXVII/6 (September/October 2001), pp. 39-40.

“Monopoems,” Lost & Found Times, 47 (November 2001), p. 31.

“Multi-Cultural Insufficiencies,” NYArts, VI/4 (April 2001), p. 51. [Reprinted as “Not All That Jazz,” Liberty, XV/4 (April 2001), pp. 59, 61.]

“Opinion: Teaching and the ‘Alternative’ Writer,” College English, LXIV/2 (November 2001), pp. 228-234.

“Prof. Charles & the Bernstein Gang: Clique & Claque,” The Unbearables Assembling Magazine, 13 (2001), 2 pp.

“Thoughts on Being Plagiarized (Sort of),” Word Ways, XXXIV/4 (November 2001), pp. 284-85.

“Wagging the Dog,” Liberty, XV/6 (June 2001), p. 12-13.

“We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ President,” Liberty, XV/4 (April 2001), p. 12.

“What About Literary Contests?” Small Press Review, XXXIII/3-4 (March-April 2001), p. 3, 5. [Reprinted, Writer’s Carousel, XXIV/4 (July-August 2001), p. 8; Spout, 23 (2000), pp. 50-51; Creative Connection, 65 (October 2005).]

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Carl Rollyson and Lisa Paddock’s Susan Sontag: The Making of an Icon (March-April 2001).

The Weekly Standard: Thomas Merton & Robert Lax’s When Prophecy Still Had a Voice (February 5); James Weldon Johnson’s Complete Poems, etc. (5 March 2001).

POETRY:

“Abracadabra,” Experimental Forest, 7 (May-June 2001), 1 p.

“admonish,” & “estimate,” scribed John M. Bennett, Raw Nervz, VII/2 (Summer 2001),pp. 8 & 37.

“Arenas Turfs Fields Pitchs,” Basinski, 7 (July 2001), 3 pp.

“Arise,” “internist,” “Circular Poem (with Igor Satanovky), O!!zone 2001, 1 p.

“Couplets & Triplets III: Poems & Stories,” Raw nerVZ, VII/1 (Spring 2001), p. 25.

“Ghosts,” Inn-Box, I/2 (Winter 2001), p. 2.

“Ghosts,” Unarmed, 22 (Late Decemer 2001), 1 p.

“Heart,” The Higginsville Reader, XI/3 (Summer 2001), p. 5.

“Isonantere sounding,” RAW nerVZ, VII/1 (Spring 2001), p. 12.

“Leap,” scribed John M. Bennett, RAW nerVZ, VII/3 (Fall 2001), p. 12.

“Poetry by Richard Kostelanetz, “ Thunder Sandwich, 12 (2000), 2 pp.

Recircuits, convolvulus, 31 (Spring 2001), pp. 42-46.

Recircuits, 88: A Journal of Contemporary American Poetry, 1 (December 2001), p. 76.

Recircuits, Lost & Found Times, 46 (May 2001), p. 24.

“Rugged,” scribed John M. Bennett, Unarmed, 18 (Mid-September 2001), 1 p.

Spanglsh Repartitions, Inn-Box, I/12 (2001), p. 1.

“Unimaginable,” Forward, CV/31,366 (November 9, 2001), p. 13. [Reprinted, 110 Stories: New York Writers After September 11 (ed,. Ulrich Baer, New York University Press, 2001), pp. 170-71.]

“User/ruse [A Word Whirl],” scribed John M. Bennett, Unarmed, 17 (Late August 2001), 1 p.

“Which Witch” (actually “Turfs”), Chase Park, I/1 (2001), pp. 30-35.

Word Whirls, scribed by John M. Bennett, Berkeley Poetry Review, 33 (2001), pp. 6, 61.

Word Whirls, scribed by John M. Bennett, Fugue, 11 (Fall 2001), pp.33, 76, 108-09.

FICTIONS:

“(Complete) Short Stories (1995),” 580 Split, 3 (2001), pp. 105-108.

“(Complete) Short Stories (1998),” The Montserrat Review, 5 (2001), p.77.

“(Complete) Short Stories (1999),” Turnrow, I/1 (Spring 2001), p. 73.

“Epiphanies,” Gnome: The 13 th Warrior Review, 2001, 4 pp.

“Erotic Minimal Fictions,” Short Fuse, 82 (2001), 1 p.

“From Ramon Gomez de la Serna,” Texturas, 11 (2001), p. 12.

“Grufflessons,” Lilliput, 121 (2001), 1 p.

“Infinities,” Short Story, IX/1 (Spring 2001), p. 30.

“Innocence/Limbo/Guilt,” Raw Nervz,

VI/3 (2001), p. 44.

“It Must Be Love,” Cokefish (November 2001), 1 p.

“Minimal Erotic Fictions,” Short Fuse, 81 (2001), 1 p.

“One-Word Stories,” Fiction International, 34 (2002), p. 147.

“Openings (1997),” The Higginsville Reader, XI/2 (Spring 2001), p. 5.

“Shufflings,” Lost & Found Times, 47 (November 2001), inside front cover, 16, 25, 34, 35, 43, 45, 46, 49, 51, 56, 57, 59, back cover.

“Shufflings,” The Newport Review, 1 (November 2001), p. 3.

“Transgendered Lovings,” Unarmed, 15 (2001), 1 p.

“Two-Element Stories,” Indefinite Space, X (2001), p. 10.

SCENARIOS:

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets, Poetry Depth Quarterly ( April - May - June 2001), 22.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets-IV, 2 nd Hand, 2 pp.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets (for periodicals), Madison Review, XXIII/1 (Fall 2001), pp. 50-53.

From 1001 Contemporary Ballets, Milk, 4 (Decemer 2001), 3 pp.

From 1001 Film Scenarios-I & II,“ Perimeter, 9 (January-February 2001), 1 p.

“Minimal Audio Plays I,” Urvox, I (2001), p. 74.

“The Material World: 1001 Contemporary Ballets,” Jack, I/4 (2001), 2 pp.

“Scenes from the Drive-In Movies,” Gnome, 4 (2001), 1 p.

BROADCASTS:

“riverrun” along with many others, Westdeutscher Rundfunk (17 & 24 February)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS: “A Life in/or Words,” an installation prepared with Hyun-Yuel Lee, ID/entities: Portraits in the 21 st Century, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA (2-31 October); The Kitchen, New York, NY (30 November-15 January).

2002

BOOKS:

Virgil Thomson A Reader: Selected Writings 1924-1984. Introduction with headnotes. New York: Routledge. 290 pp.

The Gertrude Stein Reader: The Great American Pioneer of Avant-Garde Letters. Ed. with an introduction (New York: Cooper Square), 496 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

Conversing with John Cage, in Wulf Herzogenrath & Andreas Kreul, eds., Klänge des inneren Auges (Munchen: Schirmer/Mosel), pp. 118-19; Sounds of the Inner Eye (Seattle, WA: Univ. of Washington Press), p. 160-61.

Live-Die, in Art of/against Tortures and Executions (Kaliningrad, Russia: National Centre for Contemporary Art), pp. 128-29.

Repartitions, in Luc Fierens, Visual Poetry: Mail-Art Project (Aalst, Belgium: Galerij C. de Vos), 1 p.

ESSAYS:

“A Crash in the Rockways,” Liberty, XVI/1 (January 2002), pp. 10-11.

“Academic Freedom from Information,” Liberty, XVI/5 (May 2002), pp. 9-10.

“Advice to a Young Poet,” Pearl, 31 (2002), pp. 17-20 [Reprinted in Help Yourself, ed. The Unbearables. (Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia, 2002), pp. 87-90. ]

“Another Day, Another Dollar,” Liberty, XVI/3 (March 2002), p. 20.

“Artists’ SoHo [Lun-yi Tsai],” NY Arts, VII/11 (November 2002), p. 93.

“Black Mountain College Revisited,” The Director, X/2 (2002), 1, 6.

“But Can They Rap?” Liberty, XVI/9 (September 2002), p. 9.

“Claude Brown, “Liberty, XVI/5 (May 2002), pp. 18.

Contribution to “What Is Your Literary Lineage,” Pen America, 3 (2002), p. 213.

“Counterweight,” NY Arts, VII/7 (July 2002), p. 98.

“Critical Notes on One-Person Literary Readers,” Bibliophilos, VI/1 (Boni, 2002), pp. 67-71.

“Dis Guy Gotta Be Nuts,” Liberty, XVI/3 (March 2002), p. 14.

“Don’t Write, Don’t Call,” Liberty, XVI/5 (May 2002), pp. 10-11.

“Four Previously Unpublished Roasts (aka Rants),” The Unbearables Assembling Magazine,16 (October 13, 2002), 2 pp.

“The Genius of John Walker,” Liberty, XVI/3 (March 2002), p. 10.

“Google Counts,” The Independent Scholar, XVI/2 (Spring 2002), p. 6.

“Ivan Karp,” NY Arts, VII/6 (June 2002), p. 45.

“Kinds of Literary Magazines,” Sprout, 26 (2002), pp. 56-57.

“Kostelanetz’s Rejection Collection,” The Rejected Quarterly, XXX/1 (Winter/Spring 2002), pp. 30-31.

“Lax’s Last Book,” Small Press Review, XXXIV/9-10 (September-October 2002), p. 8.

“A Literary Life and Its Discontents,” Liberty, XVI/12 (December 2002), pp. 43-44.

“Nicolas Slominsky & Samuel Johnson,” Turnrow (Summer 2002), pp. 63-65.

“A 1982 Forgotten Novel About SoHo,” NY Arts, VII/5 (May 2002), p. 94.

“Notes on a First Trip to China,” Liberty, XVI/6 (June 2002), pp. 10-11.

“Odd Kid Out,” Liberty, XVI/5 (March 2002), pp. 15-16.

“Plane of Foods,” Liberty, XVI/2 (February 2002), p. 20.

“Poetry Now,” Chiron Review, 68 (Spring 2002), p. 35.

“Printing the Web,” The Weekly Standard (February 18, 2002), pp. 40-41.

“Profit or Perish,” Liberty, XVI/10 (October 2002), pp. 12-13.

“Purposes,” Rain Taxi, VII/2 (Summer 2002), p. 43.

Reconsidering Harold Bloom’s Purported Canon,” Home Planet News, XII/2 (Spring 2002), p. 3.

“Reitman and Aldrich,” The Daily NY Arts Newsletter (January 18, 2002) 1 p. [Reprinted NY Arts, VII/2 (February 2002), p. 90.]

“Rejection Letters,” Chiron Review, 68 (Spring 2002), pp. 34-35.

“A Review on Don Gillespie’s Retirement,” 21 st Century Music, IX/1 (January 2002), p. 16.

“From The Rise and Fall of Artists’ SoHol,” aNYthing, I/1 (May 2002), pp. Pp. 21-23.

“Selective Presecution of the Young,” Free Inquiry, XXII/1 (Winter 2001/2), pp. 28-29.

“Sex After Marriage in New York,” Liberty, XVI/3 (March 2002), p. 18.

“Six Versions of A Berlin Lost,” Black Bird, 4 (2002), 10 pp.

“Smoke ‘em Out,” Liberty, XVI/7 (July 2002), p. 9/

“Standing Up to a Bully,” Liberty, XVI/3 (March 2002), p. 22.

“Stefan Heym—He Shouldn’t Have Been a Communist,” Midstream, XXXXXVII /4 (May/June 2002), p.p. 15-16. [Reprinted as “Stefan Heym, R.I.P.,” Liberty, XVI/5 (May 2002), pp. 17-18.]

“Too Smart for His Own Good?” Liberty, XVI/212 (November 2002), p. 50.

“The Unspoken Alternative,” Liberty, XVI/212 (November 2002), p. 15.

“Where My Heart Is,” Liberty, XVI/2 (February 2002), pp. 40-42.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review : Saul Bellow and Keith Botsford’s Editors: The Best from Five Decades (January-February); Mary Ann Caws’s Manifesto: A Century of Isms (March-April).

Liberty: June Skinner Sawyers’s The Greenwich Village Reader, 1972-2002 (November 2002). [Reprinted, Rain Taxi (Spring 2003).]

Small Press Review: Ivan Argüelles & John M. Bennett’s Chac Prostibulario (January-February 2002); Howard Junker’s Zyzzyva 59/60 (March-April 2002); Robin Crozier & John M. Bennett, The Chapters 1980-2001 (May-June 2002).

Social Anarchism: Matthew Lesar’s Pacifica Radio: The Rise of an Alternative Network (# 32, 2002).

The Weekly Standard: Poems of New York , ed. Elizabeth Schmidt (September 9, 2002).

POETRY:

“abracadabra,” Circular Poem, Short Fuse, 83 (2002), 1 p.

“Bear in Mind,” Voices in the Library, I/1 (Summer 2002), p. 53.

Circular Poem, Barrow Street (Winter 2002), p. 24.

CIrcular Poem, Xtant Two (2002), p. 30.

Circular Poem, Whiskey Island, 45 (2002), p. 113.

Circular Poems, Branch Redd Reiew, 6 (2002), p. 47.

“Espys,” Barbaric Yawp, VI/2 (June 2002), pp. 36-37.

Exhaustive Combinations—IV,” Fell Swoop, 59 (2002), back cover.

Ghosts, Lost & Found Times, 48 (May 2002), p. 20.

Ghosts, Unarmed, 25 (Early March 2000), 1 p.

Increments, Lost and Found Times, 49 (December 2002), pp. 10, 11,12, 16, 17, 40, 47, 51, 56.

“Insensate/insinuate,” Lilliput, 127 (Novemer 2002), 1 p.

InSerts, Xtant Two (2002), p. 31.

InSerts, Ecopoetics, 2 (Fall 2002), pp. 86-89.

InSerts, Rambunctious Review, XIX (2003-2003), p. 47.

Large Ghosts, Offerta Speciale, 25 (2002), PP. 21-22.

Monoepics (Prime Number Sequence), textbase, I/1 (2002), 1 p.

Monopoems, Lilliput Review, 124 (March 2002), 2 p.

“More Ghosts,” Spring, 11 (Fall 2002), pp. 135-38.

“Reroutings,” Rampike, 13/1 (2003), pp. 4-5.

Reroutings, RAW NerVZ, VIII/3 (Autumn, 2002), p. 46.

Reroutings, X-Stream, 4 (September 2002), 2 pp.

“Snow [ghost],” Frogpond, III/3 (2002), p. 8.

Stringzahn, Lost & Found Times, 48 (May 2002), p. 3, 8.

“Thought,” Lilliput, 128 (November 2002), 1 p.

Turf, Lummox Journal (April 2002), p. 19.

Unishufflings, BlazeVox2k2 (late summer 2002), 2 pp.

Unishufflings, Lost & Found Times, 48 (May 2002), inside front cover, 7, 9, 11,19, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 39, 41, 42, 48, 52, 53, 57, 58, 60.

“UnTITLED [Partitions],” Spring, 11 (Fall, 2002), pp. 139-140.

Word Whirls [Entrance], with John M. Bennett, Edgz, 3 (2002), p. 41.

Word Whirls[Adminish, Encourage, Leap, Estimate], Green Hills Literary Lantern, 13 (2002), pp. 260-64.

Word Whirls [Encourage, User], with John M. Bennett, RAW NerVZ, VIII/1 (Spring 2002), p. 21, 33.

Word Whirls [Arise, Atone], with John M. Bennett, Buckle, 8 (Spring/Summer 2002), pp. 6, 38.

FICTIONS:

“Collapse,” The Literary Review, VLI/1 (Fall 2002), p. 7.

“Complete Short Stories [excerpts],” The Montserrat Review, 6 (2002), pp. 76.

“Continuous Shorter Stories,” Grasslimb, I/2 (2002), pp. 4-5.

“Dichos,” from Ramon de la Serna, with Martin Zotta, Palo Alto Review, XI/1 (Spring 2002), pp. 27, 38, 41, 44, 46, 56.

Epiphanies, Graffiti Rag, 5 (2002), p. 58.

“Erotic Minimal Fictions,” Blades, 35 (January 2002), pp. “19-22.

“Openings,” Seattle Review, XXV/1 (2002), p. 30.

Ramon Gomez de la Serna Stories, Indefinite Space, XI (2002), 18-19.

“Shufflings,” h2so4, 16 (Winter-Spring 2002), pp. 8, 18, 30, 38.

“Shufflings,” h2so4, 17 (Summer/Autumn 2002), p. 22.

Three-Element Stories, The Iconoclast, 71 (2002), pp. 22-23.

“The True Adventures of Don Juan,” Lost and Found Times, 49 (December 2002), p. 13.

Three-Element Story, RAW NerVZ, VIII/3 (Autumn, 2002), p. 12.

Two-Element Story, Lilliput Review,

126 (2002), 1 p.

“UNI-Shufflings,” Lynx, XVII/3 (October 2002), 4 pp.

SCENARIOS:

“From 1001 Contemporary Ballets-B,” Full Circle, I/1 (October 15, 2002), pp. 55-56. [Reprinted, Full Circle Journal, I/1 (Spring/Summer 2003), pp. 94-96.]

[Minimal Audio Plays], Cer*ber*us, XLV (March 2002), pp. 26-30.

“Minimal Audio Plays,” Transcendant Visions (Fall 2002), pp. 21-22.

Minimal Audio Plays-K, The Unbearables Assembling Magazine, 15 (April 28, 2002), 2 pp.

“Ninety-One Contemporary Ballets,” Eyeshot (2002), 9 pp.

“Resounding Numerals,” Xtant Two (2002), p. 32.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:

“Share Our Royalty,” Iconoclast, 75 (2002), pp. 32-33.

(“Stories Composed from the Letters of My Name” & “Nonsequiteur Prose,” PBW, 53 (2002), 3 pp.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

02txt: A Celebration of the Visual Word, Art Academy of Cincinnati (14 Feb.-8 March)

Poésie et nouvelles technologies, Centre d’art contemporain de Basse-Normandie, 10-27 October

Reactions, Exit Art, NY (26 January-30 March)

2003

BOOKS:

Aaron Copland: A Reader, Selected Writings: 1923-1972 (Routledge). 368 pp.

CHAPBOOKS:

Poetry I Shall Not Make (Pt. Charlotte, FL: Runaway Spoon), 19 pp.

BOOKS REPRINTED:

Conversing with Cage. Second Ed. (New York: Routledge). 332 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

“Ghosts,” in Blair H. Allen, ed, Snow Birds in Cloud Hands (Rancho Cucamonga, CA: Cerulean), pp. 24-28.

“La Vidéo littéraire (1975),” Terminal-X.périen 7 (Centre Noroit-Arras), pp. 14-15.

Recyclings (chapbook) included in O H O (Portland, OR).

REPRINTS IN PERIODICALS:

From SoHo, in The New York Times—Sunday City (July 6, 2003), p. 8.

REPRODUCTION ON DISCS:

“My Life in/or Words” featured as “Alternative Autobiographies” in ID/entity: Portraits in the 21 st Century (DVD, 2003).

CONVERSATIONS:

ESSAYS:

“Anti-Semitism, Imagined and Real,” Liberty, XVII/3 (March 2003), p. 10.

“Authenticity and the Art of the Documentary,” Liberty, XVII/2 (February 2003), pp. 52.

“Blues in the Key of zzz,” Liberty, XVII/12 (December 2003), p. 49-50.

“Bountiful Wisdom,” Liberty, XVII/9 & 10 (September/October 2003), p. 12.

“Celebrity Intellectuals,” Liberty, XVII/1 (January 2003), pp. 40-42.

“Choosing a Place to Live,” Thought Magazine, V (Spring-Summer 2003), pp. 118-122.

“Double-Fronted Books,” Rain Taxi, VIII/2 (Summer 2003), p.44.

“A Gertrude Stein Chronology,” Ruminator Review, 13 (Spring 2003), pp. 54-55.

“Four Previously Unpublished Rants,” The Unbearables Assembling Magazine, 17 (April 13, 2003).

“Great Truth,” Liberty, XVII/9 & 10 (September/October 2003), p. .

“How an Urban Artists’ Colony Was Inadvertently Created,” New York Times –Sunday Real Estate (June 8, 2003), p. 6.

“The Independentista Party,” Liberty, XVII/2 (February 2003), pp. 8.

“Lights, Camera, Recall,” Liberty, XVII/11 (November 2003), p.7.

“Millions for Bounty,” Liberty, XVII/4 (April 2003), p. 107.

“# 5 on # 3,” Jmetzgerpoetryreviews, # 197 (March 9, 2003), 1 p.

“Remembering Lou Harrison and Leslie Fiedler,” Liberty, XVII/4 (April 2003), p. 17-18. [Reprinted Denver Quarterly, XXXVIII/2 (2003), pp. 100-102.

“Revenge of the New Dealers,” Liberty, XVII/4 (April 2003), p. 7.

“The Rise of Artists’ SoHo,” Provincetown Arts (2003), pp. 54-57.

“The Rockaways,” Berliner Kunst (Summer 2003), p. 78.

“The Rockaways” [different text],

NY Arts (November-December 2003), p. 66.

“Samples of A Book of Kostis: Quotations from Citizen Richard,” PBW, 56 (October-November 2003), 3 pp.

“Secondhand Nannying,” Liberty, XVII/7 (July 2003), p. 17.

“Sephardic Culture and Me,” Michigan Quarterly Review, XLII/1 (Winter 2003), pp. 9-13.

“SoHo’s Lofty Magnetism,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, XLIV/42 (June 27, 2003), p. 4.

“Somalia Envy,” Liberty, XVII/3 (March 2003), p. 5.

“The State Department, Senator Fulbright and Me,” Liberty, XVII/12 (December 2003), pp. 28-34, 53.

“Still a Man’s World,” Liberty, XVII/9 & 10 (September/October 2003), p. 74.

“Still Smokin’ After All These Laws,” Liberty, XVII/6 (June 2003), pp. 8-9.

“Thirty-Five Years of Visible Writing,” Chelsea, 75 (2003), pp. 96-102.

“To the Sidewalks, Go,” Liberty, XVII/11 (November 2003), p.16.

Visual Writing Remembered, Epoch, LII/3 (2003), pp. 201-09.

“War and Weak Stomachs,” Liberty, XVII/6 (June 2003), p. 16.

“What To Do about Manuscript-Filchers,” Small Press Review, XXXV/3-4 (March-April 2003), pp.15-16.

“Why I Don’t Give Poetry Readings,” Doc(k)s (2003), pp. 332-333.

“Why I Never Got a Permanent Teaching Position,” The Independent Scholar, XVII/2 (Spring 2003), p. 11-12.

“You Can Always Tell a Harvard Man,” Liberty, XVII/5 (May 2003), pp. 14, 16.

REVIEWS:

American Book Review: Ilan Stavans’ The Scroll and the Cross (September-October 2003).

Book/Mark: Simon Perchik’s Hands Collected (Fall 2003/Winter 2004)

Rain Taxi: Tom Clyde’s Irish Literary Magazines (Summer 2003); Ed Barrett’s Rub Out (Winter 2003/2004); & Adam Parfrey’s It’s a Man’s World (Winter 2003/2004).

The Weekly Standard: Lawrence Kaplan & Carol P. Kaplan’s Between Ocean & City (October 13, 2003).

POETRY:

Circular Poem (Leap), Short Fuse, 84 (2003), 1 p.

Circular Poems (Telephone, Estuary), Short Fuse, 85 (2003), 2 pp

“Ex Tracts,” The Silt Reader, 4 (2003), p. 32.

InSerts, Indefinite Space, XII (2003), 2 pp.

InSerts, Lost & Found Times, 51 (December 2003), pp. 2, 7, 14, 28, 42.

InSerts, Matterzine (2003), 1 p.

InSerts, , RAW Nervz, IX/1 (Spring 2003), p. 21.

“InSerts,” Riven, 1 (2003), back cover.

“InSerts,” Waterways (May 2003), pp. 15-16.

“InSerts,” Waterways (June 2003), p. 26.

“Internet [circular poem],“ Short Fuse, 8 (2003), 1 p.

“Mancy,” “Monopoems,” Zyx, 31 (2003), p. 5.

“Nothing,” Poetz (November 28, 2003), 1 p.

Preface to More Portraits from Memory, VI Visual Poems (Minnesota, MN: A Stamp Pad Press/Hermetic Press), 1 p.

“Shiftings,” The Newport Review, 11 (October 2003), 1 p.

“Shufflings II,” The Newport Review, 8 (April 2003), p. 3.

“Shufflings,” RAW NerVZ, IX/2 (2003), p. 45.

“Shufflings,” Unbound, 2 (2003), 4 pp.

“Uni-Shufflings,” Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse, 40-41 (Spring-Summer, 2003), 1 p.

“Uni-Shufflings,” Public Illuminations, 48 (Early 2003), 1 p.

Uni-Shufflings, Traverse (Spring 2003), pp. 9-12. .

Word Whirls (with John M. Bennett), Iodine, IV/1 (Spring 2003), pp. 6-7.

FICTIONS:

“Devolution,” Ecstatic Peace Poetry Journal # 6 (2003), 1 p.

Erotic Minimal Stories, Farrago, 3-4 (2003), 2 pp.

“From Two-Element Stories: Abolish Permeate,” Lilliput Review, 129 (March 2003), 1 p.

Minimal Fictions, Lost and Found Times, 50 (May 2003), p. 57.

“More or Less [excerpts],” Lost & Found Times, 51 (December 2003), pp. 8, 12, 21, 37, 52.

“Openings (2003),” Unbound, 2 (2003), 50 pp.

“Short Novels,” Fiction International, 35 (2003), pp. 76-77.

“Shorter Stories,” Ilya’s Honey, VIII/4 (Winter 2003), p. 29.

Three-Element Story, RAW Nervz, IX/1 (Spring 2003), p. 32.

Two-Element Stories, Lost and Found Times, 50 (May 2003), Inside front cover, 2, 3, 7, 9, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 36, 44, 47, 51, 54, 56, 57, inside back cover.

GRAPHICS:

TRANSLATIONS:

SCENARIOS:

“Excerpts from 1001 Contemporary Ballets,” Flash!Point 8/9 (Summer 2003), pp. 73-75.

“Excerpts from 1001 Contemporary Ballets,” Stray Dog Three (2003) pp. 17-19.

“From 1001 Contemporary Ballets,” Aught, 10 (2003) 1 p.

“From 1001 Contemporary Ballets,” Archipelago, VII/2 (2003) 6 pp.

“From 1001 Opera Libretti,” Laundry Pen, I/1 (2003), pp. 41-43.

PERFORMANCE ON A CD:

John Cage’s An Alphabet (Wergo) as “Isidor Isou”

BROADCASTS:

Excerpt from Invocations, Aether Fest 2003, KUHM, Santa Fe, NM (19 June)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

Littérature(S) & nouvelles technologies, Centre Noriot (February 8-17).

Drawing Conclusions: Work by Artist-Critics, NY Arts Gallery (July 8-31).

2004

BOOK:

35 Years of Visible Writing (Brooklyn, NY Koja), 64 pp.

CHAPBOOK:

Ric/hard/kost/el/anetz (np: Furniture Press), 12 pp.

Word Whirls (with John M. Bennett) (Columbus, OH: Luna Bisonte), 18 pp.

REPRINTS IN BOOKS:

“John Cage and Richard Kostelanetz (interview date 1974-75),” in Lawrence J. Trudeau, ed., Poetry Criticism, vol. 58 (Detroit, Thomson-Gale), pp. 183-193.

“Milestones in a Future Life,” in Allhandson: A The 2 nd Hand Reader, ed. Todd Dills (Chicago: Elephant Rock), p. 177.

“Sephardic Culture and Me,” in Jewish in America, ed. Sara Blair & Jonathan Freedman (Ann Arbor, MI: Univ. of Michigan), pp. 25-29.

“Stringtwo,” in & Squared: An/theology of Pwoermds, ed. Geof Huth (Pt. Charlotte, FL: Runaway Spoon), 5 pp.

“Third Avenue” & “Second Avenue,” in Lynn Zelevansky, Beyond Geometry: Experiments in Form, 1940s-70s (Cambridge, MA: MIT—Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art), p. 172.

ESSAYS:

“About Town,” Fullosia Press (August 2004), 3 pp.

“Advice to a Young Poet,” Pretend Genius Press (February 2004), 5 pp.

“All the News That’s Fit To Live the Litter Box,” Liberty, XVIII/7 (July 2004), p. 17-18.

“A Biography of Book’s Biographical Notes,” Hollins Critic, XLI/5 (December 2004), pp. 17.

“A Boom for Trial Lawyers,” Liberty, XVIII/5 (May 2004), pp. 7.

“Certified Public Clowns” Liberty, XVIII/10 (October 2004), p. 15.

“Conservative Surprise,” Liberty, XVIII/4 (April 2004), p. 12.

“Editing Literature,” The Weekly Standard, IX/37 (June 7, 2004), pp. 35-36.

“Edward Said Remembered,” Free Inquiry, XXIV/3 (April/May 2004), p. 46.

“Emma Goldman—the NEH Documentary,” Social Anarchism, 37 (2004-2005), pp. 38-40.

“Emptying the Jails,” Liberty, XVIII/7 (July 2004), p. 11.

“The Enemy of My Enemy,” Liberty, XVIII/4 (April 2004), p. 7.

“Fantasy Debate,” Liberty, XXVIII/6 (June 2004), p. 9.

“Friends in Raw Spaces,” XVIII/12 (December 2004), pp. 16, 36.

“The Goat and Mr. Bush,” Liberty, XVIII/10 (October 2004), p. 10-11.

“Goldman Life,” Liberty, XXVIII/6 (June 2004), pp. 51-52.

“Harder Than It Sounds,” Liberty, XVIII/7 (July 2004), p. 7.

“How to Stop a Traitor,” Liberty, XVIII/8 (August 2004), p. 5.

“If not, I, Who?” Liberty, XVIII/11 (November 2004), p. 7.

“An Inventory of American Writing,” Small Press Review, XXXVI/9-10 (September-October, 2004), p. 3.

“Man’s Google for Meaning,” Liberty, XVIII/10 (October 2004), p. 18-19.

“Nash and Ghash: Ogden Reconsidered,” Light, # 46 (Autumn, 2004), pp. 57-60.

“No Skull and Bones About It,” Liberty, XVIII/9 (September 2004), p. 11.

“Notes from More Wordworks,” Pavement Saw, 8 (2004), 2 pp.

“The 1960s: A Special Time,” Liberty, XXVIII/6 (June 2004), pp. 29-39.

“Old Rockaway,” Fullosia Press (August 2004), 3 pp.

“Open Letter to Dana Gioia,” NYArts (December 21, 2004), 1 p.

“Orwell Lives!” Liberty, XVIII/5 (May 2004), pp. 41-42.

“The Polypoet Bill Keith,” Steal King The Mino Taur: Selected Works of Bill Keith (Brooklyn, NY: Koja), p. 7.

“Reconcile This!,” Liberty, XVIII/10 (October 2004), p. 7.

“Remembering 2 Great Under-known Anthologies 75 Years Later,” Social Anarchism, 39 (2004-2005), pp. 65-67.

“The Second Annual Victory Declaration,” Liberty, XVIII/7 (July 2004), pp. 7-8.

“Soapboxes and Grandstands,” Liberty, XVIII/10 (October 2004), p. 9.

Statement in memoriam Donald Allen, Third Page (September 2004), 1 p.

“The States’ Poets Laureate,” American Book Review, XXIII/5 (July-August 2004), p. 31.

“Upholding Marriage,” Liberty (March 2004), pp. 15-16.

“Tom’s Thom,” The Open Space, 6 (Fall, 2004), pp. 51-55.

“Too Many Wars,” Liberty, XXVIII/6 (June 2004), p. 9.

“Vengeance Is Mine, Saith the US,” Liberty, XVIII/12 (December 2004), pp. 9-10,12.

“Viva Las Vegas!” Liberty, XVIII/2 (February 2004), pp. 33-34.

“What Are They Good For” Liberty, XVIII/10 (October 2004), p. 8.

“What’s Wrong with the NYTBR,” American Book Review, XXV, 4 (May-June 2004), p. 31.

“Why Haven’t I Permanently Taught?” Denver Quarterly, XXXVIII/3 (2004), pp. 115-121.

“Yankee Imperialism,” Liberty, XVIII/12 (December 2004), pp.7.

REVIEWS:

Liberty: Intellectually Incorrect (July 2004) [reprinted Book/Mark (Fall 2005)], Imperial Crusades (December 2004) [reprinted American Book Review (July/August 2005)].

New York Press: The Norman Podhoretz Reader (June 23-29).

Rain Taxi: The Collected Essays of Milton Babbitt (Summer 2004).

POEMS:

Duets [three], Short Fuse, 87 (2004), 3 pp.

ExTracts, Aught, 13 (2004), 1 p.

InSerts, Ferrum Wheel (2004), 1 p.

InSerts, Shampoo, 24 (20040), 1 p.

InSerts, Waterways, XXV/4 (2004), p. 4

“LuMineScent,” etc., Waterways, Vol. 25 (2004), p. 17.

Reroutings, Lost & Found Times, 52 (June 2004), inside front cover, 6, 8,11, 19, 21, 22, 31, 34, 35, 47, 54, 57.

Spanglish Repartition, Blades 38 (2004), p.29.

“Twelve-Tone Row 3,” River City, XXIV/3 (Summer 2004), pp. 90-91.

KINETIC POEM ON A WEBSITE:

“A Poetry-Film Storyboard: Transformations,” The Little Magazine, XXII/2 (2004), as http://www.albany.edu/~litmag/vol222/kostelanetz/index.html

FICTIONS:

“(Complete) Short Fictions, Cafeiireal, 12 (2004), on line.

“Coupets & Triplets III: Poems & Stories,” Neroup Review, 1 p.

Epiphanies,” Silence/Stories, lightconlon, 6 pp.

“From Two-Word Anagramic Stories,” Liilliput, 138 (May 2004), 1 p.

“Openings” & “(Complete) Shorter Stories,” Café Irreal, 12 (2004), on line.

“Prose Shufflings,” Barrow Street (Summer 2004), p. 63.

“Prose Shufflings: Mirror Anagrams,” Nuthouse (Winter 2004), pp. 6-7.

“Re-Routings,” Rampike, 13/2 (2004), PP. 22-23.

“Shufflings,” h2so4, 19 (Autumn/Winter, 2004), p. 19.

“Shufflings,” The Newport Review, 17 (November/December 2004), p. 1.

“Shufflings,” RAW NerVz, IX/4 2004), p. 10.

“Short Novels,” h2so4, 19 (Autumn/Winter, 2004), p. 25.

“Two-Element Stories,” 103: The Journal of the Image Warehouse, I/1 (2004), pp. 36-59.

“Two-Word Anagramic Stories,”

Lost & Found Times, 52 (June 2004), inside front cover, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 14, 26, 30, 35, 39, 42, 45, 46, 51, 52, 53, 57.

“Two-Word Anagramic Stories,” No on, 2 (Fall 2004), pp. 21-22,, 30-32.

“Two-Word Anagramic Stories,” Saint Elizabeth Street, II (Spring 2004), pp. 7-12.

“Two-Word Anagramic Stories,” The Whirligig, 9 (Summer 2004), pp. 32-34.

PLAYS:

Minimal Audio Plays,” Call, 2 (2004), pp. 97-115.

“Resounding Numerals,” Poetic Inhalation (February 16, 2004), 1 p.

EXPERIMENTAL PROSE:


“Within ‘Richard Kostelanetz’ Are These Phrases,” Lost & Found Times, 52 (June 2004), p. 32.

VISUAL ART:

“The Rockways,” SpinDrifter, I/3 (Autumn 2004), pp. 22-25.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

Featured Artist, www.minusspace.com (July-August 2004)

Beyond Geometry: Experiments in Form, 1940s-70s (Los Angeles County Museum of Art (June 13-October 4); Miami Art Museum (November 19-April 24).