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Attention Span 2011 | Mark Truscott

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We give a slight edge to perception over conception.

Ken Belford | Decompositions | Talon | 2010 

Camille Martin | Sonnets | Shearsman | 2010

Donato Mancini | Buffet World | New Star | 2011

Thomas A. Clark | The Hundred Thousand Places | Carcanet | 2010

Arakawa and Madeline Gins | Mechanism of Meaning | Abrams | 1979

Josef Albers | Interaction of Color | Yale | 2006

Donald Judd | Complete Writings 1959-1975 | NSCAD | 2005

Mark Goldstein | Tracelanguage: A Shared Breath | BookThug | 2010

Laynie Browne | The Desires of Letters | Counterpath | 2010

Dorothea Lasky | Poetry Is Not a Project | Ugly Duckling | 2010

Jon Cotner and Andy Fitch | Ten Walks/Two Talks | Ugly Duckling | 2010

(With longing glances toward Stephen Collis’s On the Materials and Joseph Massey’s At the Point, which unjustly remain in the reading pile.)

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Mark Truscott is the author of Said Like Reeds or Things (Coach House, 2004), Nature (BookThug, 2010), and Form: A Series (BookThug, 2011). He lives in Toronto.

Truscott’s Attention Span for 2008. Back to 2011 directory.

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