As alluded to, there was the sticky gender wicket precipitated by the lack of women represented in Make Now's forthcoming UBU Web anthology (31 entries, 2 by women), eds. Dworkin & Goldsmith. As noted, the issue was/is/will be being addressed. My addendum thought is that this appears remarkable, given not only the major role played by women in appropriation art (everything from Kathy Acker's plagiarism trial to Louise Lawler & Sherrie Levine's 1980s visual mimicries & modifications to J. Spahr's work), but also as appropriation art is the art of the likeness of the likeness -- the traditional subject/object flux (fluxus?) occupied by women. It's the point where mimesis, in its most radical form, shouts out the difference in reproduction (and the reproduction), pointing out the hierarchy latent in likeness.