to the Spitzer Era! In the lackadasaical Nineties a hurly-gurly
staff lollybobbed about in the throes of wishful somnolence. No
longer! With the ascension to the Assistant Editor Throne (which
is just below the cloud-covered Editor Chaise) Mark Spitzer has
taken in hand the reins of the Corpse and is getting so
much electricity out of the ancient cadavre we are powering all
our houses with it. The results are evident: the literature herein
is of a focused intensity, the contributors feel tended-to, and
we are nearly typo-free. But the greatest change will strike the
cognoscenti with the force of a Mega-Vitamin: the return of the
notorious, universally feared and respected Body Bag in the form
of the Cyber Bag! The now
legendary Body Bag written by Laura Rosenthal struck such arrows
of languid terror and voluptuous dread in our readers we did not
think it possible to resurrect. But please look up the Cyber
Bag, put together by Mark Spitzer! Terror and voluptousness
have returned! For more on Mark Spitzer, look up his photo and
brief bio on the mast.
check out our brand new Review Section!
Our New Minotaur de Bulgaristan!
also have been joined by Plamen Arnaudov, the Bulgarian
Daedalus. Plamen builds cyber-labyrinths and is a saintly
poet with a mysterious mission. He will update all our data
bases and make sure that none of our readers are neglected
in the future.
NEWS: The second volume of THUS SPAKE THE CORPSE: LIVES
OF THE POETS, FICTION, TRAVEL & TRANSLATIONS, is
now available from Black Sparrow Press. Order your copy
from your local bookstore or Amazon.com. Both volumes are
now ready for display on the ultra-hip coffee tables of
We want to thank Robin Becker (the author of Spank),
Jeff Barnofsky (Corpse debutee), Tim Dardis (poet/dinosaur
expert), and Dr. Nat Hardy (Canadian genius & scholar)
for helping to read and to proof the vast sea of lit in
the current Corpse.
TRAGIC PLAINTIVE NOTE: In the past, which is way gone, we used
to make enough money from subscriptions for our operating expenses.
In the cyber-era we are totally broke. The on-line Corpse
is free. We beg you to visit the CORPSE
MALL and buy one of our super-cool items, especially the Corpse
mouse-pad. Our mall merchandise is there to finance some of our
expenses, but it's also stuff to die for.