DIAGRAM.2, the second DIAGRAM print anthology, will be released in January 2006 by the Del Sol Press. It features selections from the magazine's 3rd and 4th year plus, of course, extra diagrams.
Pre-order it today for $12 + shipping from the New Michigan Press storefront.
Also soon to be available in bookstores near you (and amazon, etc.). If you know a bookstore that might be interested in carrying this title, ask them to order it from Ingram, or drop us a line at nmp @ thediagram.com and we'll get in touch with them.
Contributors: Nin Andrews, Christopher Arigo, R. S. Armstrong, Amanda Auchter, JoAnn Balingit, Michele Battiste, Robin Behn, F. J. Bergmann, Joe Bisz, Sarah Blackman, Anne Boyer, Jason Bredle, Carrie Comer, Greg Darms, Barbara DeCesare, Spencer Dew, Tim Earley, Jim Fisher, Angela Jane Fountas, Jamey Gallagher, Alice George, Jonathan Gibbs, Don Gilliland, Andrew C. Gottlieb, Rae Gouirand, Arielle Greenberg, Kate Greenstreet, Molly Bianca Gross, Matt Guenette, Paul Guest, Annalynn Hammond, Austin Hummell, Melanie Jordan, Melanie Kenny, C. F. Kimball, Matthew Kirby, L. S. Klatt, Sharon Kraus, Corinne Lee, Matthew Lippman, Duane Locke, Daniel Mahoney, Barbara Maloutas, Peter Markus, Clay Matthews, Deirdra McAfee, Jeffrey Morgan, Rachel Moritz, Simone Muench, Mark Neely, Lindsay Packer, Pedro Ponce, Joshua Poteat, Billy Reynolds, Mary Ann Rockwell, Michael J. Rosen, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Zachary Schomburg, Eric Schwerer, Alan Semerdjian, Ron Singer, Marcus Slease, Bruce Smith, Sara Jane Stoner, Jay Surdukowski, Molly Tenenbaum, John Terry, Jen Tynes, Jane Unrue, Gautam Verma, Virgil (trans. Kimberly Johnson), Benjamin Vogt, G. C. Waldrep, Fritz Ward, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Susan Settlemyre Williams, Steven Wingate, Mark Yakich, Jake Adam York, Scott Zieher.
:: specifications: paperback, 6" x 9", 256 pp, finely-designed, finely-printed, $12.
:: This is the second excellent print anthology, hopefully useful to you in artifact slash book format as opposed to the sweet, sweet online goodness that is mostly DIAGRAM. This one you can hold in your hands, trade with your friends (collect all 500!), and gift and regift to your heart's content. You don't hate children, do you? Then (or even if you do) buy this bad boy today.