The World Has Been Empty Since the Postcard: Fourteen Polemical Postcards
Simon Cutts (Author)
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The World Has Been Empty Since the Postcard reproduces fourteen postcards of a polemical nature by writer, artist, designer, and publisher of Coracle Press, Simon Cutts. The author's commentary on the context of the production of these ephemeral works and on the nature of their riposte, critique, and satire puts forward an episodic theory of the form and function of the postcard as a means of critical response.
Ugly Duckling Presse
May 01, 2020
4.8 X 7.8 X 0.4 inches | 0.2 pounds
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About the Author
Simon Cutts is a writer, artist, designer and publisher. He is the author of many books of poetry (among them Quelques Pianos and Seepages from Jargon Society) and countless artists books and ephemeral print works. He founded Coracle Press in London in the mid-seventies. Now based in Ireland, Simon and his partner Erica Van Horn continue to produce and publish artist's books, postcards, and books of poetry. His collection of talks and writings on small press and artist's book publishing are collected in Some Forms of Availability published in 2007 by Granary Books and RGAP.