Date: Wed, 14 Jun 1995 23:13:26 GMT
Subject: Seulemonde

Date: Wed, 14 Jun 1995 15:12:41 -0400 (EDT)
From: Directory of E-Journals <>
Subject: Seulemonde

"A Journal of Deconstruction"

[poetry, prose]

You stand before the Informational Services Office for the hypertex
journal Seulemonde : Culture/(Hyper)text/Image. It is a small frame
building, constructed with two-by-fours and slave labor. Nailed to a
screen door is a picture with yellow letters. Roofed with sheets of
galvanized tin and walled with fine-mesh screening, the building is
designed to protect you from the heat at the University of South
Florida, Tampa. Workers have nailed green plastic ponchos along the
side of the building. These dusty flaps are rolled up during the
furnace of the day and are rolled down at night to keep out the fierce
afternoon and evening rains.

Standing before the building are two of the journal's staff. About a
hundred USF students have stuffed themselves into every available piece
of shade in the area. Walt Lewallen is taking photographs with a black
Nikon while Bill Moore says, "Smile."

Original posting date: 
Sunday, July 30, 1995
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