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Letters to the Editors

Editor
Anna M. Szarflarski
Date
2016
Publisher
AKV Berlin / BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE
Format
Anthologies
Size
13.8 × 20.3 cm
Length
350 pgs
Genre
Text-Based, Theory, Creative Writing , Criticism
Description

By way of word games and schematics, Anna M. Szaflarski searches for the ‘emergent properties’ that materialize between texts. This book compiles the issues from Letters to the Editors: a self-printed black and white bi-weekly journal dedicated to text-based practices, written and distributed by Szaflarski between October 2014 and November 2015. Each issue combined Szaflarski’s texts with contributions from artists, writers, family, friends, librarians, and colleagues, ranging from poetry and fiction to essays and manifestos. As the project progressed the letters came together and the body of LTTE formed: It had arms and legs, perhaps a brain but above all, a heart and a stomach, often aching, rarely satisfied.

With contributions by Ayami Awazuhara, Salvador Bautista, Aleksandra Bielas, Ilaria Biotti, Maggie Boyd, Mariana Castillo Deball, Santiago da Silva, Michele Di Menna, Kasia Fudakowski, Eva Funk, Florian Goldmann et al., Blanca Gomila, Anna Herms, Rodrigo Hernández, Valentina Jager, Tiziana La Melia, Maryse Larivière, Steve Paul, Barbara Plater-Szaflarski, Natalie Porter, Post Brothers, Ayumi Rahn, Stephen Remus, Malte Roloff, Gabriel Rosas Alemán, Manuel Saiz, Max Stocklosa, Peter Szaflarski, Stanisław Szaflarski, Peter Wächtler, Till Wittwer, and Jacob Wren.

Designed by Santiago da Silva
Edition of 600
Perfect-bound with 1 folded insert, softcover, black & white.

  1. letters to the editors
 

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