In the poetry circles of Washington, DC, Heather Fuller is a weird goddess of chance and rapidfire experiment. We in San Francisco deserve to have her live here, but she doesn't. Like Peter Sellers in Dr Stangelove,she conducts arcane tests into the patterns of the tattered cobwebs that hold us together and drip from the rafters of the ancient catherdals. Her books include perhaps this is a rescue fantasy(1997), beggar(1998), Eyeshot(1999) and two forthcoming booksMadonna Fatigue(Meow Press), and C Ration Dog & Pony(Like Books). Her essays, reviews, plays, and poetry have appeared in Chain, the minnesota review, Mirage #4/Period[ical], Antenym, Primary Writing, two girls review, Combo, Membrane, Articulate, Poetry New York, readme,and elsewhere.
February 25, 2000