Invidicum

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Product Details
Price
$39.99
Publisher
Tough Poets Press
Publish Date
Pages
1196
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 2.34 inches | 3.44 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9798218272203
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About the Author
Michael Brodsky is the author of fourteen published works of fiction. They include the novels Detour (1977, revised 2003) for which he received the Ernest Hemingway Foundation Citation from PEN, Circuits (1985), Xman (1987), Dyad (1989) and Lurianics (2013) and the collections Project and Other Short Pieces (1982), X in Paris (1988), Southernmost and Other Stories (1996) and Limit Point (2007). Born in New York on August 2, 1948, he graduated from Columbia College, Columbia University, in 1969 and went on to attend Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland for two years before leaving to devote himself to literature. Apart from some teaching, he has worked for most of his life as a technical editor.A number of his plays, including Terrible Sunlight (1980), Dose Center (1990) and Six Scenes: A Barracks Brawl (1994), were performed in the heyday of off-off Broadway innovation. He is currently writing another novel, The Bull by the Horns, whose focus is the perils and triumphs of an accidental whistleblower.
Michael Hafftka is an internationally acclaimed visual artist. His work is in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The British Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the National Gallery of Art, and various other museums around the world.Hafftka's artistic career began in the 1980s with shows in Soho and on Madison Avenue in New York City. Several museums exhibited his work, among them the Museum of Modern Art, The Housatonic Museum, Yeshiva University Museum, and Chapman University.Hafftka's work has been written about extensively by the late art historian and curator Professor Sam Hunter (Princeton University), by the late John Caldwell (New York Times critic and SFMOMA curator), and by Michael Brodsky.Hafftka joined the crypto art world in 2021 and has become a leading artist in that community.
Reviews

"Writers will be green with envy, and readers pink with pleasure at Brodsky's endlessly inventive language."

- Steven Moore, author of The Novel: An Alternative History


"No one but Michael Brodsky could have written this. . . . For my money, the great theme of Invidicum is language itself through the medium of a novel and the adventure of reading."

- Mark Kerstetter, The Mockingbird Sings