Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion

Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion

Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion is an extremely-sporadically appearing surrealist journal published in Chicago and edited by Franklin Rosemont, though The Beat Page claims Philip Lamantia was a "contributing editor". [cite web|title=The Beat Page - Philip Lamantia|url=http://www.rooknet.net/beatpage/writers/lamantia.html|accessdate=2007-05-21] Four issues have appeared, the second in 1973, the third in 1976 and the fourth and most recent in 1989. [cite web|title=Surrealist Editions & Black Swan Press|url=http://www.surrealistmovement-usa.org/pages/black.html|accessdate=2007-05-21]

Contributors to Number 3 included Jayne Cortez [cite web|title=Arsenal/Surrealist Subversion #3|url=http://www.akpress.org/2005/items/arsenalvolumethree|accessdate=2007-05-21] and Philip Lamantia, a surrealist poet connected to the Beats. [cite web|title=Philip Lamantia|url=http://homepage.mac.com/photomorphose/Lamantia.html|accessdate=2007-05-21] It was described as " [a] stunning, lavish, damn huge production, with essays, art, poetry and invective from just about anyone who's anyone... [a] ngry, uncompromising and provocative," with " [m] ind blowing perspectives on just about everything." [cite web|title=Surrealism|url=http://www.obsolete.com/ak/distribution/surrealism.html|accessdate=2007-05-21]

Number 4 included work by Georges Bataille, Benjamin Paul Blood, Andre Breton, Luis Bunuel, Leonora Carrington, Karl Marx, George Orwell, Benjamin Peret and others. [cite web|title=Arsenal: Surrealist Subversion|url=http://www.akpress.org/2004/items/arsenal|accessdate=2007-05-21]

External links

* [http://www.alamut.com/past/0201.html Alamut: Bastion of Peace and Information: January 2002]
* [http://www.artasauthority.com/2007/03/occupational_hazard.html Art As Authority: Occupational Hazard]
* [http://www.northamericananarchist.org/bibliography.html North American Anarachist Thought Since 1960: A Bibliography]
* [http://triplov.com/surreal/2006/Elective-Affinities.htm Elective Affinities: Philip Lamantia and Laurence Weisberg By Allan Graubard]
* [http://chancereport.blog-city.com/ Chance Report: The Unexpected Sound]

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