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Poetry. The new collaboration project of Maria Damon and mIEKAL aND, PLEASURE TEXT POSSESSION is another stunning example of what the poets call "interwriting." This piece allows for the poets to "continue each other's sentences, adding and twisting, disrupting and elaborating each other's words from inside the structure of the sentence"--Maria Damon. They havepreviously c...more
Paperback, 62 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Zasterle Press
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Pleasure TEXT Possession is a collection of what Maria Damon & mIEKAL aND call "Interwritings", spanning the five year period between 1996- 2001. In an e-mail interview with Bob Holman discussing their Hypertext collaboration: Literature Nation, which can be found here: http://cla.umn.edu/joglars/litnat/lit..., Maria Damon describes the collaborative process used for Pleasure TEXT Possession as being " even more truly "Interwriting" because we continue each other's sentences, adding, twistin...more
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