San Diego State University Press, 2004 - Literature, Experimental - 271 pages
Essays by 13 authors, including Robert Mazzola, Carol Siegel, and Svetlana Mintcheva. Sections include "Writing between Madness and Paralysis," "Building the Body of Desires," "Attacking Language" and "Post-Plagiarism." With an introduction by the editor and a primary and secondary bibliography of Acker's work. .
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