Begun in the early Eighties, this artist-run periodical features a wide range of visual art, artists’ projects, essays, poetry, and fiction; each issue is guest-edited and devoted to a specific cultural theme.
Editor Alan Sondheim collected texts about the Internet with images chosen as a counterpoint – “they reflect spaces and bodies that are effaced, occluded, ghostlike” (“Populating Cyberspace” by Alan Sondheim). The contributions look at various spaces on the Internet as well as the then current state of cyberspace, on the cusp of the major boom – when Amazon.com had not yet made profits.
Contributors include: Laurie Cubbison, Alexanne Don, Jerry Everard, Amy Fletcher, Radhika Gajjala, Eve Andree Laramee, Nick Mamatas, Jon Marshall, Caitlin Martin, Michael W. Spirito, John Suler, Ryan Whyte, and others.
Images by Robert Cheatham, Emily Cheng, Janieta Eyer, Nancy Haynes, Hokusai, Ichi Ikeda, Fanny Jacobson, Eve Andree Laramee, Kim McGlynn, Barbara Simcoe, David Smith, Tyler Stallings, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, and Thomas Zummer, among others.