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Bound in printed cloth over boards.
9 3/16" x 11 3/16", 56 pages.
Edition of 35 numbered and signed copies, 25 are for sale.
“Last Year at Dark,” an exhibition of two recent books by Emily McVarish, is on view at the Center for Book Arts (NYC) January 19–March 31, 2018
Opening Reception (artist will be present): Friday, January 19, 6–8 pm
Artist’s Talk and Reception: Friday, March 23, 6:30 pm
Center for Book Arts, 28 West 27th Street, 3rd floor, New York 10001
Granary Books is pleased to offer for sale ...
The Archive offers a distinct opportunity for rich scholarly exploration into concrete, sound, and language poetry through published and unpublished manuscripts, correspondence, drawings, journals, sketchbooks, audio/video recordings and ephemera.
Photo illustration based on the poster “Four Horsemen Canadada.”
“Though he would be among the first people to point out the inherent problems with the terminology, poet and scholar Steve McCaffery is one of the major architects of postmodern Canadian literature and was a major player in the Canadian avant-garde of the 1970s. With fellow poet bpNichol, he formed the Toronto Research Group in 1973 ... With Nichol, Paul Dutton and Rafael Barreto-Rivera, McCaffery also formed the highly influential sound poetry collective, The Four Horsemen.
McCaffery's writing, both creative and critical, is concerned to some extent with going beyond the sentence and the word, beyond syntax.”
— Ryan Cox, “Trans-Avant-Garde: An Interview with Steve McCaffery,” Taxi Online Edition, Winter 2007/2008
View the illustrated prospectus
Bound in printed paper and cloth over boards.
10 1/4 x 13 inches, 20 pages.
Edition of 30 copies numbered and signed by poet and artist.