Tim Keane on rock’n’roll awakenings and the lyrical existentialism of U2 (St Patrick’s Day Special, 2005)
Søren Pold explores the ways in which Christophe Bruno’s Iterature expands the notion of literary form and shows what happens when words are no longer only part of a language.
Craig Saper ingeniously interprets Gregory Ulmer as an object of study, as both a vehicle and driver of signification.
Michael Boyden interviews Harry Mathews via email.
Despite talk of endings and absences at Eastgate Systems, Dave Ciccoricco investigates continuities in the work of Michael Joyce and Mark Bernstein.
Lance Olsen continues the FC/2 authors’ discussion of Carole Maso’s AVA and adds some bits on Laird Hunt, Mark Z Danielewski, Judd Morrissey and Lori Talley, and other recent U.S. avant-gardists.
Ted Pelton reviews Ben Marcus’s novel that’s not one.
Paul Harris explores IN.S.OMNIA’s technographies.
Joseph Tabbi reviews the essay collection Simulacrum America.
Paul Harris examines the theoretical aspects of constrained thinking in the age of electronic textuality (in 2000 words, natch!)