Edited by J.M Sherry and Barbara Ess. Layout by [Barbara] Ess, J.M. Sherry, and Christine Hahn. Artist's projects by Michael Warren Powell, Mr. Mental, Ellen Bruno, Gail Vachon, Peter Velez, Ray Matthews, Becky Howland, Ann Mesner, Glenn Branca, J.M. Sherry, Tom Otterness, Robin Winters, Aline Mayer, Carol Black, Taro Suzuki, Howard Rodman, Lynne Tillman, Dick Miller, Demi, Mark Marek, Dan, Barbara Ess, Matt Mullican, Bart Plantenga, Janet Schwartz, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Barbarians for Socialism, Dan Grahm, Smegma, Jenny Holzer, Glenda Hydler, Henny Garfunkel, Rona Kuscher, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Mitch Corber, Joe Lewis, Nick Antonopolus, Todd Jorgensen, Cara Brownell, Bobby G., Christy Rupp, Peggy Katz, Benny Ferdman, Peter Cummings, Margaret Dewys, William Skrips, Peter Marra, Eric Bogosian, Sammy, Christine Hahn, Barbara Kruger, Sally White, N.Y. Lost, Michael Glier, Michele Confredo, Carla Liss, Peter Moenig, Jeff Koons, Marcel Duchamp, Douglas Turnbough, M. Bock, Steven Harvey, 'R,' R.L. Seltman, Coetow Birnbaum, Louis Feitle, Kristen Hawthorne, Gary Morgan, Andy Baird, Lucinda Marshall, Jim Sutcliffe, Stephen Wischerth, and S. Battista. Music contributions include "Tongue Fingers," by Glann Branca; "I Get Up In The Morning, I Go To Bed At Night," by Robert Appleton; "European Man," by Jeffrey Lohn; "Something To Do," by Barbara Ess; "Smash The State," by Charlie Nash; "Rebel," by Diane Torr and Ingrid Slschy; "(Untitled) Number One," by Glenn Branca; "Folly Au Deux," by Margaret Dewys; "I Don't Need You," by Wharton Tiers; "In The West," by Steven Harvey; "Stay In My Room," by The Coachmen; "Amnesia," by Taro Suzuki; "Black Lung," by Martha Wilson; "Girls Are Short," by The Coachmen; "Lowly Worm," by Paul McMahon and Nancy Radloff; "Dedicated To Alternative Space Girls Everywhere My Girl," by Kim Gordon and Nina Canal.