Editorial: Issue 6

Table of Contentsfor Issue 6

The Bamberg Apocalypse

Cover illustration: The Bamberg Apocalypse

This year’s no man’s land includes not one, but two special features. The long-awaited documentation of Ann Cotton’s and Monika Rinck’s 2010 interlingual performance “Rotten Kinck Ohne: The Igel Flies Tonight” features visuals, texts and audio episodes – from John, the Hypnotized Irish Man to the Side Effects of the Translation Trance. In “Terrariums and Teramachines” we present the results of the translation tandem between poets Lars-Arvid Brischke and Donna Stonecipher, who joined us for a special transatlantic dialogue on “The Poetics of Sustainability”.

And the issue contains the usual wide range of work submitted by colleagues far and wide – with poetry by Dieter M. Gräf, Christine Marendon, Monika Rinck, Peter Rühmkorf, Ulrike Almut Sandig, Daniela Seel, Jan Wagner and fiction by Zehra Cirak, Eleonore Frey, Michael Lentz, Eva Menasse, Michael Roes, Lutz Seiler and Keto von Waberer.

Isabel Cole, Katy Derbyshire,  Alistair Noon : editors,  no man’s land

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Editorial: Issue 6


Ginger-Blossom Space
SINAI ENDLESS 1 – 3
BUTTERFLY (COMMENTARY) ON THE MOTOR-BARGE
MUD-
ZUNI< NY



Grey stone without forest.
Tongue. Sedan.



Moorlands Totilas
Rabbits
Eye-Tentacle Fish
Unio Weasel
By Dint of ta Screen
Heaven’s Hardness



Pling – plang – little plate
Lyrical poets are mad
The rationalist’s lullaby



the russian woods


you may take this house as an outpost


botanical garden
guericke’s sparrow
the lexicon of superstition
rainworms



chameleon


Two Handfuls of Lemon-Yellow Desires


Books


Samples from Hans: An Account


You Worry Too Much


Gluttony


As-samt / The Silence


The Balance of Time


Sadness