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John Fahey
the resurfaced guitar legend and blues archivist contributes his short story, Fish, about friend and Delta bluesman Bukka White...

Bernhard GŁnter
the German composer is featured in an interview, in which we try to get to the essence of his absorbing, subtle music...

David Grubbs
contributes Plea for Tenderness, a transcription of a solo performance he gave in Chicago in 1994...

Amiri Baraka
we're very excited to be able to publish Rhythm, a recent work from this important American poet, playwright and activist

Motoharu Yoshizawa
Alan Cummings is back, this time with a translation of an interview with the Japanese improv great...

Alan Licht
revisits his Minimal Top Ten, as featured in halana #1, with a new list of obscure delights...

Charlemagne Palestine
this founding member of the NY minimal scene celebrates the recent swelling of interest in his work with some autobiographical writings...

the magazine also includes a companion CD that features over an hour of exclusive music from all of the featured artists, except for Amiri Baraka...

"This is a wonderful magazine. If you haven't seen it already, then seek it out. One of the few I'll (eventually) read from cover to cover... If Halana can keep up this kind of quality in future issues, it will be a lovely thing to look forward to." —Seth Nehil, ND #21

"Beautiful and mysterious is the world of sound in which Halana floats. Halana is as unique as any publication in print today." —Steve Brydges, Pok #9

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