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Poetry. Fiction. The Encyclopedia Project is a groundbreaking literary and visual experience in five volumes. Like the traditional encyclopedia, The Encyclopedia Project spans A-Z, but the contents combine the creative possibilities of a literary journal with the stunning four-color imagery of an artist's portfolio. The Encyclopedists' editorial process does not determine ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Encyclomedia
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Ida
Jan 18, 2008 Ida rated it it was amazing
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so much fun! I loved this entirely. It delighted the encyclopedia-delving child in me and brought those predilections around to a more adult and certainly more post-modern way of approaching information.
Rose Owens
Nov 25, 2008 Rose Owens rated it it was amazing
Just extremely amazing. Packed full of juicy nuggets of words and music and sights and signs!
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Jan 10, 2008 Matthew rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: people that like the first five letters of the alphabet
Even though I totally shit the bed writing about Jamaica, Klymaxx, or Kuppins for Vol. 2....
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Recommends it for: The People
The work of many geniuses.
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