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Machine Politics, Winter 2012: Do Not Disturb the Intellectual Situation: it's Occupied. James Franco prepares, Sotheby's sells out. Are computers stupid? Chris Glazek: Raze the prisons. Benjamin Kunkel: Buzz. ...more
Kindle Edition, 205 pages
Published January 26th 2012 by n+1 Foundation, Inc.
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Benjamin Kunkel is an American novelist. Kunkel grew up in Eagle, Colorado, and was educated at St. Paul's School in Concord, New Hampshire; Kunkel studied at Deep Springs College in California, graduated with a BA from Harvard University, and received his MFA in Creative Writing at Columbia University.

He co-founded and is a co-editor of the journal n+1. His novel, Indecision, was published in 200

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