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Dylan Kinnett

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Dylan Kinnett is a writer and spoken word performance artist who lives in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the editor of the literary journal Infinity's Kitchen and the author of Litanies and Reiterations.

Dylan is a member of the Second Land audio-visual collective, where he performs improvisational spoken word along with concrete music. He blogs at http://nocategories.net and http://realpants.com

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Litanies and Reiterations

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A House Without Walls

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Infinity's Kitchen No. 1

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If you have a lifetime of writings, it can get difficult to sort through it all. I'd like to describe a the system I use to keep track of what I've written. Suggestions for improvement are welcome!
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"Oxford University Press clearly had fun with one, picking Stallabrass' Marxist-influenced critique of the 2000s global art market Art Incorporated: The Story of Contemporary Art and republishing it as this "very short introduction." As a plethora..." Read more of this review »
Dylan Kinnett is finished with Contemporary Art: A better title to this book would have been "The Contemporary Art Market: A Very Short Introduction" because it is not about art, artists, or aesthetics except insofar as they are part of larger cultural and economic forces. Sure, those forces are certainly at play, but it's also nice to know what the art is like. I'll have to find a different book for that, unfortunately.
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“I can't understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I'm frightened of the old ones.”
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Gertrude Stein
“You will write if you will write without thinking of the result in terms of a result, but think of the writing in terms of discovery, which is to say that creation must take place
between the pen and the paper, not before in a thought or afterwards in a recasting...

It will come if it is there and if you will let it come.”
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“Once upon a time Baltimore was necessary.”
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“twenty-five years run around so quickly but thirty one years is a long time.”
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“Clarity is of no importance because nobody listens and nobody knows what you mean no matter what you mean, nor how clearly you mean what you mean. But if you have vitality enough of knowing enough of what you mean, somebody and sometime and sometimes a great many will have to realize that you know what you mean and so they will agree that you mean what you know, what you know you mean, which is as near as anybody can come to understanding any one.”
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