Edited by Tod Lippy. Essays "Found Object: Collective Struggles: A letter discovered in 1975 in a hiding space beneath a cottage in Palo Alto, CA," contributed by Steve Weyl; "Singular Network: A dance company documents the creation of Cell, a piece crafted for one audience member at a time," by Headlong Dance Theater; "New Voices: "Carter and the Kid": Fourth in our series of fiction by emerging authors," by Stuart Nadler; "Paintings for Cash: The Confessions of a Marketable Artist: An anonymous dispatch from a parallel art universe," by "Penelope"; "Modern Artifact 2: "Dear Miss Miller...": The second in a series presented in partnership with MoMA's archives featuring correspondence between two art legends," introduction by Michelle Elligott; "This is Neil Greenberg. Neil Draws Maps.: A Detroit resident charts entire cities from his imagination-we offer a sampling of his "eight-and-a-half-by-elevens," introduction and interview by Fritz Swanson; "Guarded Opinions 2: Commentary on works by Moreau and Degas grace this latest installment of our series on museum guards and the art they observe," introduction by Paul VanDeCarr; commentary by Ruben Green and Wendy Iraheta; "Esopus CD #8." Songs "Flare Gun," by Final Fantasy; "Agents of the Corps," by The Submarines; "Call of the Wily," by Greg Tate's Garage Band; "For Me To Stay," by Frida Hyvönen; "Walk Around the Lake," by Lost in the Trees; "The Secret Rite of Tantalizaiton," by The Family Doctor; "My Rumania," by Harmony and Pollution; "Graduation Day," by Dylan in the Movies; "Imperfections," by The Moral Loopholes; "Sunday on Prozac," by Needle.