David Horton has just put out WORK no. 2, as advertised on his blog. It includes WORK by K. Silem Mohammad, Jorge Boehringer, CA Conrad, and Juliana Spahr. Mr. Horton functions as an artist, scholar and critic, with interests as diverse as the mediums in which he creates. No time spent investigating something he's put together would be time wasted. I am already familiar with previous work put out by nearly everyone in this publication, and in my estimation, everything between the covers of this edition of WORK should be more fresh and relevant (to now and later) than Sunday's New York Times.
Copies of WORK no. 2 are available through him directly, as well as through several bookstores nationwide. For more information, see his blog directly.
Jeremy James Foxtrot Thompson