Bøker av Robert Fitterman

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No, Wait. Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself.
Robert Fitterman's new book-length poem borrows its poetic form, loosely, from James Schuyler's The Morning of the Poem, to orchestrate... Les mer
Notater om konceptualismer
Notater om konceptualismer blev oprindeligt udgivet i 2009 på Ugly Duckling Presse og er skrevet af de to toneangivende praktikere og teoretiker... Les mer
Sprawl
The customer is always right and let the latest installment of Fitterman's polyphonic, sprawling METROPOLIS be the proof of the pudding.... Les mer
Collective Task
Writes Robert Fitterman: "In early 2006, I invited around 20 poets and artists to participate in a collective project; 12 of those invitees took... Les mer
Rob the Plagiarist
"I had a suspicion about this work. I mistrust all frank and simple poetry. This book makes me feel like my trust was wasted. I finally had... Les mer
Notes on Conceptualisms
Literary Nonfiction. Poetics. "In NOTES ON CONCEPTUALISMS, Place and Fitterman erect the first critical framework toward the understanding of... Les mer
Og solen går går sin gang
Da jeg var 14 ga broren min meg et eksemplar av Hemingways The Sun Also Rises. Det var mitt første møte med den ordentlige litteraturen, og jeg... Les mer
Også min sol går sin gang
Også min sol går sin gang løper parallelt med Og solen går går sin gang, og oversetter min nedstrøkne versjon av Hemingways original til min... Les mer
AudiaTourpakke
I samarbeid med Forlaget Attåt gir Audiatur ut seks titler i anledning AudiaTour, alle med omslag og sats av Judith Nærland. I denne pakken får du... Les mer
Metropolis XXX
Robert Fitterman’s Metropolis XXX: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire drags Edward Gibbon’s... Les mer
Metropolis (Book 2)
Robert Fitterman's poetry, like the man himself, is urban, sophisticated and eclectic. This second volume of poems from Fitterman's award-winning... Les mer
Metropolis 1-15
Winner of the New American Poetry Series Competition for 1997, chosen by Bruce Andrews, this collection of poetry plays with various notions of city... Les mer