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Steered by artist-editors Brice Brown and Trevor Winkfield, "The Sienese Shredder" continues its voyage along the more wayward byways of art and literature with this fabworthy third issue. As always, the lineup is mouthwatering: an interview with Maurice Roche by Mark Polizzotti; writings and watercolors by Melissa Meyer; an unpublished play by New York School poet James Schuyler; a suite of early paintings by Myron Stout; Willem de Kooning's rarely seen last drawing; unpublished poems and drawings by Larry Rivers; an exclusive portfolio by Virgil Marti, Tim Davis, Elliott Green, Baroness Elsa Von Freytag-Loringhoven, David Storey and Amy Yoes; poems by Michael Gizzi; David Park Curry on Baltimore's furniture traditions; poet Peter Gizzi on Jack Spicer and Bruce Conner; William Beckford's legendary but rarely seen "Epitaphs"; scores by Jerome Kitzke; an anthology of nine contemporary poets edited by Miles Champion; and a CD by award-winning composer Eric Moe.