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BOOKS
Miss Pumpernickel Bread - David Colosi
Miss Pumpernickel Bread
2012
422 pages, 8.5 x 6 inches
David Colosi - Towards a Three-Dimensional Literature, Part 1, cover

Towards A Three-Dimensional Literature, Part 1
2012
109 pages, 8.5 x 6 inches

Imaginary Numbers And Other Calculated Fictions - David Colosi

Imaginary Numbers And Other Calculated Fictions
Pub.: Cueto Project (2011)
114 pages, 8 x 9.5 inches

The Life And Thoughts Of A Retired Apostrophe - David Colosi

The Life And Thoughts Of A Retired Apostrophe
38 pages, 8 x 9.5 inches

David Colosi - Laughing Blood

 

Laughing Blood: Selected Poems 1987-2003
David Colosi
Pub.: Left Hand Books (2004)
119 pages, 6 x 9 inches
ISBN 1-880516-33-0

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excerpt: Hare-Raising Articles

From Totems to Hip Hop

From Totems to Hip-Hop:
A Multi-Cultural Anthology of Poetry Across the Americas, 1900-2002

ed. Ishmael Reed
Pub.: Thunder's Mouth Press (December 10, 2002)
400 pages, 8.9 x 6 x 1.4 inches
ISBN-10: 1560254580
ISBN-13: 978-1560254584

David Colosi: Sun With Issues, p. 8


PUBLISHED ARTICLES
(elsewhere)
Dynamic Duels and Embattled Bromances: Spy Vs. Spy - Network Awesome Magazine, Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Profound Shapes: The Art of Don Osborn, Twenty Years in Plattsburgh, 1985-2005
SUNY Plattsburgh Art Galleries, October 9, 2004 - January 21, 2005
Ten Impressions of Kamepao - July 27 - August 9, 1999, Shizuoka, Japan

Impossible Monkeys/Possible Imps: An Analysis of Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys - Striking Distance Magazine, 1995

ESSAYS (on this website only)
Fighting Still; Still Fighting: Clyfford Still vs. The Clyfford Still Museum and the City of Denver
Reading the Work of Ed Kienholz, 1955-1972: Locating the Literary, Part 1 
The Critic as Artist / The Artist as Critic: On Joseph Kosuth and Adrian Piper
She is Very Busy Writing: On Hanne Darboven
The Role of the Writer: Deviations from the Works of Umberto Eco

NOVEL and STORY excerpts (on this website only)
Ed Kienholz Owes Me 2/5¢  
DJ Lara Loses Her Tongue  

 

 

 

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