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Open Call — Artists’ Books for Everything

The Center for Artists‘ Publications in Bremen is inviting artists to contribute to an exhibition about the international artist’s book…

Fair — Paris Ass Book Fair

From March 10th to 12th, 2016 the Paris Ass Book Fair happens at the Arts Factory in Paris…

Launch — F.R.DAVID ›Inverted Commas‹

Tomorrow, March 8th, 2017 launches the 13th issue of F.R.DAVID at San Serriffe in Amsterdam…

Open Call — Romka: The final issue

Romka invites you to submit your photo and the corresponding story to their 10th and final issue of Romka Magazine

Open Call — »Work Holiday« book residency

Knust calls for proposals for their book residency Work Holiday at Extrapool in Nijmegen…

Open Call — The Scorpion & Felix Prize 2017

Publication Studio Vancouver announces a call for submissions for The Scorpion and Felix Prize

Exhibition — Books, Pamphlets & Zines by AA Bronson & General Idea

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You are invited to the exhibition »Books, Pamphlets & Zines by AA Bronson & General Idea« at Tenderbooks in London, UK opening on April 16th, 2015 at 7pm…

Open Call — Library of the Printed Web

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The Library of the Printed Web calls for submissions for their third issue of the Printed Web. This issue will be a compilation of one-page submissions…

Open call — Index

Previous project by Café Royal Books “Temporary Library”, November 2010

Previous project by Café Royal Books “Temporary Library”, November 2010

You are invited to paticipate in Index an exhibition and book initiated by Café Royal. …

Review — Michalis Pichler’s SOME MORE SONNET(S)

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I am very happy to present you this review written by Richard Kostelanetz.

Michalis Pichler’s SOME MORE SONNET(S) was published by Greatest Hits, Berlin in 2011 in an edition of 400 copies. It collects 44 variants of a sonnet, that was originally written by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and which was already published in 44 variations by Ulises Carrion in 1972. While Ulises Carrion used a typewriter, Michalis Pichler used a computer, probably word or open office.

I hope you enjoy it…