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How Do We Know? A Few Notes on Reclaiming Knowledge for Life
by Olchar E. Lindsann
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Short essay on pedagogy, bibliography and archiving as part of long-term strategies of cultural action.

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6 pgs on folded 8.5″x11″. Sept., A.Da. 101 (2017).
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Soul-Roulette: Transmutations of Nerval
–by Retorico Unentesi
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Experimental and ‘pataphysical transductions of poetry by the early avant-gardist Gérard de Nerval, rendered by the mysterious Retorico Unentesi of the Institute for Study & Application, Kohoutenberg.

Padded out with extensive front-matter by eminent dead persons and an epic appendix elaborating & tangentiating upon the seams and merging of translation and poetic creation.

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66 pgs on perfect-bound 7.5” x 9.25”. Sept., A.Da. 101 (2017).
$7.00 + s/h or FREE DOWNLOAD


Rêvenance: A Zine of Hauntings from Underground Histories. Issue 2.
–ed. Olchar E. Lindsann
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is the flagship journal of the Revenant Editions series, dedicated to the forgotten or untold histories of 19th Century avant-garde and other countercultures. It includes essays, translations, and many experimental forms of historical writing and research that connect those traditions to continuing radical communities today.

This issue includes essays on experimental historiography by Olchar E. Lindsann and Gleb Kolomiets, poems by Arthur Cravan, Marceline Debordes-Valmore, Ivan Gilkin, and Francis Vielé-Griffin (the latter from a manuscript previously unpublished even in French), an 1832 satire of the avant-garde political radicals the Bousingot, the preface to Roger de Beauvoir’s 1840 book about the 18th Century black musician and revolutionary soldier the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a biography of a 17th Century female scam artist known as The German Princess, a 1912 review of Arthur Cravan’s proto-Dada journal Maintenant, transductions by O. Lindsann of poems from the Chat Noir group, and images by Célestin Nanteuil.

Featuring: Olchar E. Lindsann, Gleb Kolomiets, Elizabeth Birdsall, Raymond E. André III, Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, Arthur Cravan, Célestin Nanteuil, The Chat Noir, Ivan Gilkin, Roger de Beauvoir, Fernand Clerget, Albert Sérieys, Francis Vielé-Griffin, “The German Princess”, Alphonse Karr, Charles-Henry Hirsch, Charles Whitehead, John Payne, & Léon Gozlan.

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36 pgs on folded 8.5”x14”. Sept., A.Da. 101 (2017).
$5.50 + 1.00 s/h or FREE DOWNLOAD


THE IN-APPROPRIATED PRESS #8: “Dogs on a Mission” Issue.
––ed. Olchar E. Lindsann
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This issue features work by William Repass, Sir Chad Niral-Nelson, Musicmaster, Olchar E. Lindsann, Jim Leftwich, Wilheim Katastrof, Kaitlin Heath, bela b. Grimm, Warren Fry, Laura Jane Evert, Bradley Chriss, Megan Blafas-Chriss, John M. Bennett, and attendees of AfterMAF 2017.

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20 pgs on folded 11”x17”. Aug., A.Da. 101.
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by Michael Dec
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–––Preface by John M. Bennet, Cover by Keith Higginbotham

The work of poet and musician Michael Dec has been a long-time presence in the American avant-garde, not least as a staple of the legendary ‘Lost & Found Times’ for over two decades. Yet, his work has rarely been collected together in condensed form. Here are 26 new poems running a startling gamut of themes, processes, and socio-verbal explorations. With a Preface by John M. Bennett, and Cover by Keith Higginbotham.
From Bennett’s Preface: “[Dec’s] unique, expressionistic surrealism has been consistent through the years, along with an intense imagery and a delight in the eschatological . . . You don’t have to use scissors to cut up language, you can do it straight from your head, and Dec has achieved this in his excellent and long overdue new book, a book shining with complex, multi-layered, emotional, literary, and intellectual strengths.”


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32 pgs. on folded 8.5″x11″. July, A.Da. 101. (2017 Anti-Vulgar)
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At Risk Canon Sees
by Warren C. Fry
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Eight pages of ambiguous collage by Warren Fry.

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8 pgs. on folded 8.5″x11″. July, A.Da. 101. (2017 Anti-Vulgar)
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––ed. Olchar E. Lindsann
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This slim issue features was also the programme for the 3-day avant-garde AfterMAF Festival in Roanoke, Virginia. With work by John M. Bennett, Bradley Chriss, John Crouse, Wilheim Katastrof, Jim Leftwich, Abraham Lincoln, Olchar E. Lindsann, Stéphane Mallarmé, and Catherine Mehrl Bennett.

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4 pgs on folded 11”x17”. Aug., A.Da. 101.
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I, Engine: Collected and New Works
-by Imogene Engine


Imogene Engine’s haunting, imagistic work has appeared (among other places) in nearly every collective publication of the Post-NeoAbsurdist movement since its founding 15 years ago, but until now has remained scattered through dozens of journals and anthologies. This collection, which includes both typeset and collaged poems, allows the intricate intertextuality of her oeuvre to emerge in all its fullness, revealing an intense and mysterious textual world teeming with depthless shadows and uncanny verbal collisions.

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Perfect-bound, 102 pgs. Sept., A.Da. 100 (2016).
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Pif Paf Patapan! A Sampler of Phonetic Poetry From the 19th Century
by Paul Verlaine, Théophile Gautier, Charles Nodier, & Francis Vielé-Griffin; ed. Olchar E. Lindsann
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Though Phonetic Poetry as a designated, focused practice was developed in the early years of the 20th Century, experiments with phonetics and non-semantic sound have been explored in the avant-garde since at least 1830. These are the poets who were read by the Futurists, Dadas, and Zoumists, and whose experiments (and others’?) they consolidated into a new form.

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8 pgs on folded 8.5” x 11”. Sept., A.Da. 100 (2016).
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NOTE: Verlaine poem is flawed in the online version of the PDF, due to some obscure coding flaw that changes PDFs when displayed online. Email for a free uncorrupted version of the file. Sorry!


Tacky Little Pamphlets: 8-page mini-books.

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4 TLPs for $1.00 (Specify desired titles, or take the luck of the draw)


S.tandards O.f L.earning, by Olchar E. Lindsann. Poem-score / manifesto on the dismantling of American education.

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Revenant Forgotten Avant-Gardists Series #3: Two Poems, by Alphonse Brot, translated & dedicated by Olchar Lindsann.

revenant forgotten tlp 3 brot minstrel onlineBrot, today one of the most obscure co-founders of the Bouzingo group, is the first person on record to call himself an adherent to the “avant-garde” in the modern sense, in an 1829 Preface. The term had been coined a few years earlier buy the socialist theorist Olinde Rodrigues, who called for the creation of such a hypothetical community. This is Brot’s first ever publication in English, and reproduces two newly-translated short poems from that 1829 collection Poems of Love & Diverse Poems, along with a short biography, a performance score dedicated to Brot by Olchar Lindsann, his only known portrait, and a selected bibliography in French.

Double-sized TLP, 8 pgs.
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