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THE DECONSTRUCTIONISM By KEVIN THIRTEEN
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THE DECONSTRUCTIONISM contains original poetry written by Kevin Thirteen between 1999 and 2001.
Turtles All The Way Down By Jay Van Hook
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A two part memoir by Dr. Jay M. Van Hook. First, a collection of lectures on various topics of philosophy and religion, especially deconstructionism and African philosophy. Second, reflections from a... More > 1994 trip through Kenya, Zimbabwe, Ghana, and Cameroon.< Less
Fort Simpson By Vincent Waud
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This novella centers around the coffee shop conversation between the narrator and another patron who claims to be a time traveler of sorts. The novella was written over a period of three days. The... More > plot of the story is cheekily deconstructed as the story develops. As an example of this tone, the back cover of the book only connects simplistically to the novella's main ideas: Young Teddy has some information that the enigmatic ‘Vincent’ needs to know. The two are involved in an exciting chase up north in Canada. It's a crazy world full of coffee shops and secret meetings. Who will you believe? Who will come out on top? ISBN 978-0-9867609-0-7< Less
NAVIGATING THE NEW TESTAMENT By Sued Onhymn
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A seeker of sails the words of writer of the Bible. The voyage is to discover what extent Christianity is to be found in the Bible. Or was the "new world of the Word" of Jesus just an... More > island of beauteousness and benevolence . . .surrounded by the seas of Old Testament violence and Paulist deconstructionism.< Less
text (1183-1824) By Peter Ganick
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volume three of an ongoing experimental text by Peter Ganick
It's Only Po-Et-Ry And I Like It By Peter Ganick
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a self-sufficient text brazenly describing a way of language hitherto unknowable now has come to align selfhood in its variants on new plateaus. "Ganick registers in their course the semiotic... More > pulses of language--its rhythms and teeming vocabularies--its isness, its thisness and itness, this continuous unforming and forming of itself, spooling out across the verses. It forms here by virtue of a linked idea or analogous theme; there through correspondence of sound; again by ingesting the flotsam of brand-names and truisms littering the landscape, for the nth time--unexpectedly--through spans or lacunae of logic. We can imagine Thought staring through various planes of language like planes of glass, turning them with and against each other, rotating their intersecting transparencies, a cognitive kaleidoscope dancing with the light that passes through it in its motion." Olchar Lindsann. this book will surprise and delight you. maybe even challenge you. read on.< Less
MATHEMATIC(s) By Peter Ganick
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reissue of 2001 book newly back in print. experimental writing by Peter Ganick
er (between wordings) By Peter Ganick
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re-issue of 2004 book of experimental writing by Ganick.
Remove A Concept vol 10 By Peter Ganick
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Part ten of Ganick's long-poem written in the late 1980s at a Hartford CT cafe. Marjorie Perloff says of this volume: "This, the tenth volume of Peter Ganick’s Remove A Concept is an... More > “always approximately sonata ghost,” whose “anomaly background noise” and “rapacious necromancy” conspire to produce a truly encyclopedic mosaic-poem that meditates on the texture of digital daily life today. Here the “event” is seen to “stray,” not on the broken but the “woken” road—and our fellow citizens boast, not alter egos, but “altertransitors” that “beat cheer” into their “entropy packet.” A very exciting poetic sequence, whose language games will make you sit up and laugh—as well as cry." Marjorie Perloff, author of Wittgenstein’s Ladder and The Poetics of Indeterminacy.< Less
It's Only Po-Et-Ry And I Like It By Peter Ganick
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a self-sufficient text brazenly describing a way of language hitherto unknowable now has come to align selfhood in its variants on new plateaus. "Ganick registers in their course the semiotic... More > pulses of language--its rhythms and teeming vocabularies--its isness, its thisness and itness, this continuous unforming and forming of itself, spooling out across the verses. It forms here by virtue of a linked idea or analogous theme; there through correspondence of sound; again by ingesting the flotsam of brand-names and truisms littering the landscape, for the nth time--unexpectedly--through spans or lacunae of logic. We can imagine Thought staring through various planes of language like planes of glass, turning them with and against each other, rotating their intersecting transparencies, a cognitive kaleidoscope dancing with the light that passes through it in its motion." Olchar Lindsann. this book will surprise and delight you. maybe even challenge you. read on.< Less

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