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Attention Span 2012 | Paul Stephens

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Takahiro Kurashima | Poemotion | Lars Müller | 2012

Craig Dworkin, Simon Morris and Nick Thurston | Do or DIY | Information as Material | 2012

René Daumal, trans. Thomas Vosteen | Pataphysical Essays | Wakefield | 2012

Mieke Gerritzen et al., eds. | I Read Where I Am: Exploring New Information Cultures |  Graphic Design Museum (Amsterdam) | 2011

Julieta Aranda, Anton Vidokle and Brian Kuan Wood | Are You Working Too Much? Post-Fordism, Precarity and the Labor of Art | Sternberg | 2011

Richard Kostelanetz, ed. | Essaying Essays: Alternative Forms of Composition | Out of London (1975) | AC Institute | 2012

Natalie Czech | Je n’ai rien à dire. Seulement à montrer. Ich hab nichts zu sagen. Nur zu zeigen. I Have Nothing to Say. Only to Show. | Spector | 2012

Jen Bervin and Marta Werner | The Gorgeous Nothings: Emily Dickinson’s Envelope Poems | Granary | 2012

Various Eds. | [Selected Print Journals:] Fillip, Petunia, CLOG, ment, Bulletins of the Serving Library | Various Publishers | Ongoing

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Paul Stephens’ recent critical essays have appeared in Social Text, Arizona Quarterly, Postmodern Culture, Digital Humanities Quarterly and Paideuma; he has articles forthcoming in Twentieth-Century Literature and Contemporary Literature. He is co-editor of the journal Convolution, and has just completed a book manuscript titled “The Poetics of Information Overload: From Gertrude Stein to Conceptual Writing.” He teaches in the English department at Columbia University.

Paul Stephens’s contributions to Attention Span for 2011, 2010. Return to 2012 directory.

Written by Steve Evans

October 31, 2012 at 10:48 am

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