Contributor’s Note

Tom Sharp, poet of perception, has noticed, for example, that the big left ear of the old man in the bus seat before him, surprised as if in murder by the vibrations of the brim of his hat, is missing a large naked rectangle of flesh, gut condition; Ph.D. Stanford, diss. “‘Objectivists’ 1927-1934”; visiting lecturer, English, University of San Diego.

10 July 1982