Maintenant 14: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art


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Three Rooms Press
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6.6 X 9.6 X 0.9 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Peter Carlaftes is a New York City-based author, editor, publisher, and playwright. His books include the poetry collections Life in the Past Lne, Drunkyard Dog and I Fold With the Hand I Was Dealt; the play collections Triumph for Rent and Teatrophy, and the humor title A Year on Facebook. He is co-founder and acquisitions editor of Three Rooms Press (New York), for whom he has edited multiple anthologies including the Have a NYC: New York Short Stories series, the annual Maintenant Dada Art and Writing Journal, and The Faking of The President: 17 Stories of White House Noir. He lives in Manhattan.
Kat Georges is a New York City-based poet, playwright, publisher, and graphic designer. Her books include two poetry collections, Awe and Other Words Likew Wow and Our Lady of the Hunger, and the play collection Three Somebodies: Plays about Notorious Dissidents. Her poetry and prose work has appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry, Love Love Magazine (Paris), the anthology Arriving at a Shoreline, Signs of Life: San Francisco Short Stories, and numerous regional and international journals and magazines. She is co-founder, editor and creative director at Three Rooms Press (New York). She lives in Manhattan.


"A compilation of leading Dada-influenced artists from around the world." --TRIBE LA Magazine
"Excellent examples of collage and montage techniques . . . Interesting visual poems." --Portland Book Review
"Contemporary art and writing ranging from collages and acrylics to new digital art motifs and using computers to create art . . . As always it brings an interesting perspective." --Manhattan Book Review
"Though people expect Dada to be silly, and sometimes it is here, it is also often political and usually poignant. . . It's quite a smorgasbord for those who are sick and tired of it." --Seattle Book Review