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Small PressDistribution, Jan 1, 2006 - Reference - 336 pages
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Poetry. Fiction. The Encyclopedia Project is a groundbreaking literary and visual experience in five volumes. Like the traditional encyclopedia, The Encyclopedia Project spans A-Z, but the contents combine the creative possibilities of a literary journal with the stunning four-color imagery of an artist's portfolio. The Encyclopedists' editorial process does not determine future content in advance, but is instead a chance operation between editors and contributors. However, they will ensure that 50% of each volume's contributors are people of color, representative of a full spectrum of creative work, regardless of age, scene, geographic location, level of education, or number of tattoos. This volume features over 150 entries by 114 talented folk, including a rebus on Kathy Acker by Anna Joy Springer, Aspects of the Novel by Rebecca Brown, Babble by Robert Gluck, Eileen Myles' Butch, Epic by Samuel R. Delany, Diary by The Quails' Julianna Bright, K'vetsch founder Sara Seinberg's Ephemera, Essentialism by kari edwards, and much more! Other contributors to Volume I include Brian Evenson, Thalia Field, Susan Bernstein, Joanna Howard and Michael Gizzi.

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Contents

Section 1
6
Section 2
9
Section 3
13
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Tisa Bryant is the author of UNEXPLAINED PRESENCE (Leon Works, 2007), with work forthcoming from Semiotexte. She teaches at the California Institute of the Arts.

Miranda Mellis is the author of three books of fiction, most recently the collection NONE OF THIS IS REAL (Sidebrow Books, 2012) and the short story The Spokes (Solid Objects, forthcoming). Her novella THE REVISIONIST (Calamari Press, 2007) has been translated into Italian and Croatian and was a finalist for the 2007 Believer Book Award. Her chapbook of documentary poetics Materialisms (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs) was published in 2009. She lives and works in San Francisco where she teaches at Mills College and California College of the Arts and co-edits THE ENCYCLOPEDIA PROJECT. She is a recipient of the John Hawkes Prize in Fiction and an NEH fellowship.

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