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Fourteenth Series, No. 2: Spring 2010

Why Are You Laughing?

Guest-edited by Jonathan Ball and Ryan Fitzpatrick

Introduction: The Joke and its Relation to Experimental Poetry. JONATHAN BALL

from The Sonnagrams. K. SILEM MOHAMMAD

Is There Humour in Experimental Writing? SHARON MESMER

A Unicorn Boner for Humanity. SHARON MESMER

Evacuated Elmo Head Elmo. SHARON MESMER

When Tantric Sex Gets Ugly. SHARON MESMER

"At once a gossip and a revolutionary": Brian Joseph Davis's Portable Altamont and the Poetics of Gossip. MIKE ROBERSON

Gossip! MIKE ROBERSON / BRIAN JOSEPH DAVIS

Calculogue. SUSAN HOLBROOK

Avant-Sword: Or ...? COLIN SMITH

skank toons. COLIN SMITH

Destabilizing Architectures: Sublime Wit in Lisa Robertson's Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture. COLIN MARTIN

Leer Icky Males, or How Lisa Robertson's The Men is Fucking Hilarious. KEVIN MCPHERSON ECKHOFF

from Commit. KEVIN MCPHERSON ECKHOFF

Language is never funny: A Conversation. VANESSA PLACE / SINA QUEYRAS

Passing Between Two Toledos or Desperately Seeking Sampedrín: Some Thoughts on Elisa Sampedrín. NATALEE CAPLE

The Last Words in the Dictionary. ELISA SAMPÉDRIN

from The Semi-conducting Dictionary: Our Strindberg. NATALEE CAPLE

"Oh, I get it. I get jokes": Humour and the Requilting of the Social Field in Jeff Derksen's "But Could I make a Living from it." RYAN FITZPATRICK

Contributors

Cover image found by Kevin Mcpherson Eckhoff


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