This issue was produced as part of The End(s) of the Library, a series of exhibitions at the Goethe-Institut New York Library organized by Jenny Jaskey from October 30, 2012 to June 21, 2013; hence the German theme. The Serving Library was resident for three months at the end of The End(s), from April Fools’ Day on, in the form of a hang of objects from our collection of source material. if all went according to plan, the end of the library show was marked by the launch of this issue.
*Wie ein Pfeil lief ich einfach durch.*
With many thanks to everyone involved, especially Jenny Jaskey and Brigitte Doellgast, and to the Goethe-Institut for their generous support.
WHAT EXACTLY DO YOU REMEMBER?
SEVENTEEN TYPES OF AMBIGUITY
GERMANY IS YOUR AMERICA
WE HAVE A TOPIC!
A DEFINITE INTUITION
LISTENING, LISTENING AGAIN, QUOTING
THE HORSE’S LAUGH