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Volume 1553, Katherine Dunn --- Kathrin Lehmann (Sportlerin) By Deutsch Print Wikipedia
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Volume 1553, Katherine Dunn---Kathrin Lehmann (Sportlerin) Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the... More > inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandiberg wrote software transforms all of Wikipedia in thousands of print on print-on-demand volumes, drawing attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a poetic material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. This German version encompases 3406 volumes that were uploaded in May and June 2016. Eine gängige Größenordnung für Enzyklopädien sind die Bände ihrer Ausgaben. Michael Mandiberg hat die aktuelle Version der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia in enzyklopädische Artikel umgerechnet und eine ganze Bibliothek des Wissens geschaffen: 3.406 Bände.< Less
A Manifesto About Stalking Patrick Hyland By Francis Nally
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Francis Nally’s A Manifesto About Stalking Patrick Hyland is a collection of essays from his cult classic website, “Asian Aryanism.com” It has nothing to do with national socialism,... More > but rather flips the ideology of the alt-right on it’s head by introducing a conceptual “bicultural” world after the fall of globalism and the beginning of communal “ethnonationalism.” He argues that Eurasian people and interracial couples must secure a destiny and a culture based around identity politics. Nally is a pioneer in the avant-garde blogging movement known as the “alt-left.” His writing has been compared to Jim Goad, Peter Sotos, and Katherine Dunn. A work of stunning originality, this book is a manual for all advocates of eurasian futurism and proper miscegenation. Full of humor, wit, insight, and theory-fiction. This book is for people who “get it.” www.pilleater.com< Less
You Never Know When I'll Show You the Never: 2012 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition By Nelson Gallery
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Catalogue for You Never Know When I'll Show You the Never: 2012 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition at the Nelson Gallery on the UC Davis campus. 2012 MFA candidates: Daniel Brickman, Kyle Dunn, Dani... More > Galietti, Katherine Nulicek, Terry Peterson, Erika Romero, and Jared Theis.< Less
Geek Love Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Geek Love Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Geek Love by Katherine Dunn. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character Descriptions,... More > Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Geek Love.< Less
Cold Eye: A Generation of Voices: Poems, Prose & Interviews from 1978 By Terry Simons
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Poems, prose and interviews featuring some of the best writing in Portland, Oregon from over three decades ago. Poems by Sam White, Mark Wilson, Carol Knox and others. Interviews with famed poets... More > and writers, Katherine Dunn, Walt Curtis, and James Bash. A valuable addition to the Pacific Northwest literary archive, and an important contribution to the literary history of Portland, Oregon.< Less
Cold Eye: A Generation of Voices By Terry Simons
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Poems, prose and interviews featuring some of the best writing in Portland, Oregon from over three decades ago. Poems by Sam White, Mark Wilson, Carol Knox and others. Interviews with famed poets... More > and writers, Katherine Dunn, Walt Curtis, and James Bash. A valuable addition to the Pacific Northwest literary archive, and an important contribution to the literary history of Portland, Oregon.< Less
hoi polloi - A Literary Journal for the Rest of Us By Robert McNulty Editor
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A collaborative, non-profit anthology of literary submissions and the writing craft. Authors include: Nava Atlas, Dean Baris, Janet Bornstein, Paula J. Botch, Elizabeth Bullock, Sofija V. Canavan,... More > Sally A. Connolly, Claire Cook, Katherine Critelli, Skip DeBrusk, Karyn Donahue, Bill Dunn, Harriet Emerson, Richard Fannoney, Robert Feeney, Dennis Feeney, Alessandra Fisher, Dave Fisher, Ralph Fletcher, Sarah Fox, Chris Fraas, Walter C. Frye, Elizabeth Evans Fryer, Frank M. Hynes, Marilyn Johnson, Robert Laplander, Valerie Lawson, Jamie Long, Heidi Marble, Mark McNulty, Robert McNulty, Richard Mills, Shea Mullaney, Erin O’Brien, Jay O’Callahan, April Parker, D. T. Pollard, Stephen Puleo, Chet Raymo, Jordan Rich, William Russo, Mike Ryan, Bob Sanchez, Jackson Sellers, Tucker Smallwood, Reed F. Stewart, Renee Summers, Michael Trainor, Kimmy Van Kooten, Caitlin Womersley, Alexander Woodbury and Virginia Young. The book encourages the ‘writer in all of us’ to become engaged in literary pursuits.< Less
hoi polloi - A Literary Journal for the Rest of Us By Robert McNulty Editor
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A collaborative, non-profit anthology of literary submissions and the writing craft. Authors include: Nava Atlas, Dean Baris, Janet Bornstein, Paula J. Botch, Elizabeth Bullock, Sofija V. Canavan,... More > Sally A. Connolly, Claire Cook, Katherine Critelli, Skip DeBrusk, Karyn Donahue, Bill Dunn, Harriet Emerson, Richard Fannoney, Robert Feeney, Dennis Feeney, Alessandra Fisher, Dave Fisher, Ralph Fletcher, Sarah Fox, Chris Fraas, Walter C. Frye, Elizabeth Evans Fryer, Frank M. Hynes, Marilyn Johnson, Robert Laplander, Valerie Lawson, Jamie Long, Heidi Marble, Mark McNulty, Robert McNulty, Richard Mills, Shea Mullaney, Erin O’Brien, Jay O’Callahan, April Parker, D. T. Pollard, Stephen Puleo, Chet Raymo, Jordan Rich, William Russo, Mike Ryan, Bob Sanchez, Jackson Sellers, Tucker Smallwood, Reed F. Stewart, Renee Summers, Michael Trainor, Kimmy Van Kooten, Caitlin Womersley, Alexander Woodbury and Virginia Young. The book encourages the ‘writer in all of us’ to become engaged in literary pursuits.< Less