This issue explores the works of Walter Benjamin.
Our next addition Vol 21.2&3 is dedicated to the concepts of Paul Bray (1951-2011) and is named
Modes of Inspiration Vol 21.1
A quick extract from the introduction of the book:
The list of Paul’s discrimination and their sense of tradition might continue seemingly forever. He confided that since he had been a small child he had wanted nothing else in the world but to be a poet and to give himself to that calling, as to a fate. He had been writing ever since he could remember, growing up in the Chesapeake Maryland of his terrible woods, and in this endeavor he had been reading the works of others…
This issue will explore not only Bray’s work but also other brand new reflections from an array of writers.
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FORTHCOMING: Spring/Summer 2014
CRUISING THE DISCIPLINES: A SYMPOSIUM ON SAMUEL R. DELANY, Vol. 20, 1. Editor: Kenneth James.