Edited by Tod Lippy. Essays "The Sissy Letters (#3): Third in a continuing series of monologues from the New York playwright," by Stephen Adly Guirgis; "Marwencol on my Mind: After a brutal attack, an artist stages a recovery by creating a fictional town in his backyard," photographs by Mark Hogancamp; "Light Unseen: A distinguished lighting designer directs attention to an unacknowledged art form," by Jennifer Tipton; "Let a Thousand Drawings Bloom: An animated legend shares his collection of preparatory sketches for one frame of the Disney classic Fantasia (1940)," by John Canemaker; "Folk+Art: "Jondaje the Pheasant Hunter" This Dungan myth inaugurates our ongoing series of folktales interpreted by contemporary artists," translated by Kenneth J. Yin; "In Memoriam: This issue's found object is a collection of epitaphs composed by one Al Sutherland, monument builder and traveling man," by Donald Traver; "Angus Trumble's 1950 in Retrospect: One year. One page. (Fifth in a series)," by Angus Trumble. Esopus CD # 5: Audio-Visuals, songs "God Bless My Brother," by Cadence Weapon; "Plywood Superman," by Jim White; "Porcile," by The Mountain Goats; "On Being Complicated," by Alina Simone; "Two-Harp Blues," by Josephine Foster; "Juliette vs. the Ink Blot," by Autoparty; "Ode to Bunnatine," by Meg Murray; "They All Die," by Sankofa; "Terrible Beauty," by Jesus Licks; "Dying Robot," Kevin Blechdom; "Back in No Time," by Grasshopper with the O.C.D. Bottle Factory; "Song of You," by Britta Phillips.