d.a.levy and the Mimeograph Revolution

d a levy and the Mimeograph Revolution Cultural Writing Poetry Multimedia Edited by Larry Smith and Ingrid Swanberg Kon Pet Moon s Revised Version of his groundbreaking film now as a DVDwith added material from Dagmar and others Features i

  • Title: d.a.levy and the Mimeograph Revolution
  • Author: D.A. Levy
  • ISBN: 9781933964072
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cultural Writing Poetry Multimedia Edited by Larry Smith and Ingrid Swanberg Kon Pet Moon s Revised Version of his groundbreaking film now as a DVDwith added material from Dagmar and others Features include a detailed chronology, biographical portrait, full color Cleveland Prints Series, memoirs, essays, interviews, critical appreciations of his life and work by ECultural Writing Poetry Multimedia Edited by Larry Smith and Ingrid Swanberg Kon Pet Moon s Revised Version of his groundbreaking film now as a DVDwith added material from Dagmar and others Features include a detailed chronology, biographical portrait, full color Cleveland Prints Series, memoirs, essays, interviews, critical appreciations of his life and work by Ed Sanders, Tom Kryss, rjs, Michael Basinski, D.r Wagner, Karl Young, Joel Lipman, John Jacob, Douglas Manson, Russell Salamon, Kent Taylor, Allen Frost, Jim Langeditors others Includes levy manifestoes, poems, photos, and the newly enlarged documentary dvd if i scratch, if i write by Kon Petrochuk.

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    1. review of the Larry Smith & Ingrid Swanberg edited d.a.levy & the mimeograph revolution by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - January 24, 2012 The 1st time I remember hearing about d.a.levy was when my girlfriend of the time, Rebecca Barten, & I assembled H.O.M.E. Encyclopedia - 1992 - Volume 1: A - N, a 2 hr VHS vaudeo compilation of movies made by Baltimore folks. Konstantin Petrochuk contributed a 2:00 piece called "About d.a. Levy's Death" (an excerpt from a film from 1982). THEN, 19 y [...]

    2. i appreciated the author's take on levy's life and influence of the Cleveland community in the 60s. i think it helped that i was a fan of levy before i picked up the book, but it could be a good read as an introduction to the poet/publisher/advocatee dvd that comes with the book is intense. i enjoy watching parts of it from time to time - rather than the whole thing.

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