Dr Sophie Seita’s article ‘Thinking the Unprintable in Post-Digital Publishing’ appears in ‘Chicago Review’, November 2017

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Dr Sophie Seita’s article ‘Thinking the Unprintable in Post-Digital Publishing’ just appeared in Chicago Review, 60.4 (Fall 2017), 175-194.

In this article, Dr Sophie Seita argues that what she calls the “imagined printedness” in the digital publishing projects of Troll Thread and Gauss PDF (with side-glances at the magazine Triple Canopy and Ugly Duckling Presse) allows these publishers to escalate definitions of “poetry,” the “magazine,” the “book,” and “publishing” within their overlapping contemporary small-press and avant-garde communities, and instead to offer a publishing poetics of the ‘now’ rather than the ‘new’. 

[link to the issue: http://chicagoreview.org/issues/issue-60046101/]

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