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Report of the Commissioners appointed to Fix the Scite of the University of Virginia Printed by order of the Senate. By Virginia Commission
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Photographic facsimile reprint of original. All pages accounted for and legible. 14 pp. Multiple copies available.
Report of the Commissioners appointed to Fix the Scite of the University of Virginia Printed by order of the Senate. By Virginia Commission
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Photographic facsimile reprint of original. All pages accounted for and legible. 14 pp. Multiple copies available.
Not Visiting Somewhere Else By Susan Imhof
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Verse. Representing nearly twenty years of writing, this is a tightly cohesive chapbook of exploratory verse in an intelligent but not hopeless or contrived melancholic temper by a forever resident... More > of Charlottesville. Product of perceptive sun-dappled strolls and nights of soul's awareness, we offer this as a potentially modern version of Sunlit Years, each speaking in a distinctively Southern voice, this as reminiscent of the Fugitives and paint-peeling porches as that other work is defined by that movement. Susan Imhof; introduced by Michael Nace< Less
Me, I'm a Pawn © By Alex Frampton Jost
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Verse. This is the tenth anniversary re-issue of an outstanding volume. This poet, exceptional in this age in his depth and breadth of knowledge of classic poetic forms, emerged at a flashpoint in... More > contempo-poetic culture, when Native-Tongue School hip-hop merged with the excesses and abuses of the poetry slam: sometimes in respect, sometimes mockery, sometimes defiance of traditional forms. Alex Jost was brilliant in navigating his way through the dynamic tensions of the poetic-literary moment, and this work is the path he nimbly blazed. Alex Frampton Jost< Less
Book of the Hanged Man By Jamie Dyer
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Lyrics-as-verse of the quixotic troubador. Jamie Dyer, singer-songwriter and visionary, prophet of the dusty mainstreet and disused tobacco-barn, seer a-far and speaker a-near, broke bad on Cville... More > Downtown in the early 1990s with a small combo that was soon to become legend and legion in this tawdry burg: The Hogwaller Ramblers. Here, reprinted from the early edition, lyrics to a few of his songs, presented in this slim volume as the clever and powerful verse they are--words to make Jim Morrison blench, to send Dylan-Cohen-Brel scampering for cover. A friend of the Press and a prime-mover in the creation of our bohemian downtown subculture. Jamie Dyer< Less
Laughing Friends Deride By Matthew S. Farrell
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Charlottesville novel, satire. Charlottesville and its drunken and degenerate 20-somethings. Set in and around the Downtown Mall in the putative Golden Age of Charlottesville, the mid-1990s,... More > vacillates between strained sentimentality and acid critique, with soothing doses of high comedy and literary playfulness. Matthew S. Farrell< Less
Sketches of Fall By Gabriel Check
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Novel of Charlottesville. Sentimentalist and Vaseline-lensed, a pastorally pretty but wiseassed excursion through Charlottesville and beyond. The prose styling and wit of David Eggers and the stark... More > emotion of John Fante. Gabriel Check< Less
Cville Vintage 2019 Calendar By Brad Day
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Cville Vintage. Vintage cars of Charlottesville,VA and various cities around the USA.
NIGHTINGALES IN A STATESIDE ZOO By Jack Hayes
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Poems written both while taking an MFA degree at the University of Virginia, & also for a few later years while living in Charlottesville; the poems mostly cover the years 1984-1989, with one... More > earlier poem from 1982.< Less
The Veil By Taylor Harris
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Short, powerful essay on the emotion of race at UVA. "A visit to Jefferson's University is a walk through the turn-of-the-century South, where poplar trees bear a peculiar fruit and the roots of... More > tradition strangle the buds of progress." This is the most difficult work Hypocrite Press prints, and perhaps the one of which we are most proud. While it will be included in our pending collection of Charlottesville nonfiction, it was unthinkable to let it sit in a drawer until that publication appears... Taylor Harris< Less

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