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"A directionless zine with a wide variety of poignant essays"

Dagger #9 (August 1997)
Vacation in Susanville, by Peter Rashkin
Four poems by Maggie Jaffee
I meet the nicest people in jail! Notes of a jailed ground sloth
The cruelest thing, by Clifford Mosby
Thoughts from Aung San Suu Kyi
A former teenage bomber, now grown if not reformed, asks:
Should McVeigh be put to death?
We Shall Not Be Moved, 20th century prisoners of conscience
Political prisoners -- Mumia Abu-Jama;, Geronimo Pratt, Lori Berenson, Leonard Peltier, Wei Jingsheng, Chief Moshood Abiola
Outlaw Parrots (on the wing), by Bob Brault
Lao gai -- China's gulags, by Gary Gach
Work will set you free, by Elissa Rashkin
From the inside, looking out, by Donald Leeper
interviews by Peter Rashkin
     'They want to make you miserable'
     'Prison turned my life around'
Making slave labor fly--Boeing goes to prison, by Paul Wright



Dagger #8 (December 1996)
Mexico profundo, by Peter Rashkin;
Javier Elorriaga freed! by Elissa Rashkin;
The kids in the woods, by Sara Jacobelli
N.H.I....part 2, by Clifford Mosby
A holiday hitch, by Carl Watson
The night we snorted Sammy, by Mark Gomez
Breakfast at Denny's, by S. Jacobelli
Shiva, lord of the compost pile, by P. Rashkin
poetry:
Elissa Rashkin
Bob Brault
Norma West Linder
Ricarda McDonald Payne


Dagger #7 (February 1996)
Showdown in Round Valley, by Sara Jacobelli
N.H.I., by Clifford Mosby
Go, Zapatistas, go! by Peter Rashkin and Anne Moore
Free Javier Elorriaga! by Elissa Rashkin
Ken Saro-Wiwa's statement before the Nigerian military court that condemned him to death.


Dagger #6 (July 1995)
When Busters Was Around, by Sara Jacobelli
El Plan de Carson, manifesto from the Clandestine Coordinating Committee of Carson;
Clown College, by Elissa Rashkin
A Case of First Degree Photography, by Robert Rossetti
Coming to America, memoir by Ducie Fishman
Why Blacks Think O.J. Is Not Guilty, by Clifford Mosby
Keeping up with the news, by Peter Rashkin.


Dagger #5 (February 1995)
In the Shadow, by Peter Rashkin, eclipse chasing in Paraguay
A Private view from a Real Private Eye, by Clifford Mosby
I have offered water copiously, an Hiroshima memoir by Hiroshi Yoneda
The Rat Nest, by Robert Rossetti
Decatur Street, by Sara Jacobelli

Dagger #4 (October 1994)
Shuffle. Cut. Deal. by Sara Jacobelli
Gritos de Dolor y Esperanza, by Elissa J. Rashkin
The Rat-Nest, by Robert Rossetti
The Gods of Water and Power, by Peter Rashkin
Welcome to the Magic Theatre, by Bob Brault
Sunset Blvd., by Elissa J. Rashkin
First Holy Communion, by Sara Jacobelli

Dagger #3 (June 1994)
Eye the Jury, by Peter Rashkin
Catchin' the Trane, by Clifford Mosby
Homewards, by Gary Gach
Bombs, Borders and Bazaars, by David Newson
The Diner, by Sara Jacobelli
Albany, New York, by Joshua T. Stone
Two Poems, by Michael Chapman
"Spanish daggers with bloodstained tips."

Dagger #2 (February 1994)
Great Dishwashers I Have Known, by Sara Jacobelli
Greetings from Nepal, by Karen Linder and David Newson
Viva Zapata! Viva la Revolucíon! (But no violence, please!), by Peter Rashkin
Soldiers of Surrealism, by Bob Brault
Four Poems, by Norma West Linder
Jake Was Here, by Peter Rashkin

Dagger #1 (October 1993)
New World Disorder by Peter Rashkin
Hobo's Prayer by Bob Brault
Baroni's Place by Sara Jacobelli
Give Us Corn by Peter Rashkin

Jack's Taxi by Jack Lind
I knew John Coltrane...by Clifford Mosby
Coltrane Odyssey by Dave Luhrssen