The Concrete of Tight Places

Justin Andrews

when dictators drive down pristine boulevards, what can a discarded cigar band tell you? Beginning as a critique of the mystifyingly objective rhetoric of travel guides and ending with letters to a woman named Alyssa, The Concrete of Tight Places attempts to find both a language for globalized experience and globalized experiences that produce language. From Egypt to New Jersey, India to Alaska, the hallucinatory tour of the world that results questions what is left when the levels of mediation that separate us from an encounter with people and places are stripped away. With introduction by Stephen Rodefer. “In The … Read more

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Devin King

Poetry. Printed in an edition of 250 with color plates by artist Brian McNearney. Using lyrical language, repetition and abstraction, King retells the Odyssey representing the original characters as surface icons who move in and out of the first person. Implicating the reader in the action of war, King reforms the epic.

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A Season In Hell

Arthur Rimbaud

translated by Nick Sarno

A new translation of the groundbreaking work of French Symbolism. Includes the French and English and features color plates by artist Gerald Bacasa. All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Printed in an edition of 500 with silkscreen covers by Nadine Nakanishi of Sonnenzimmer . 2009

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