• CHARTING PRACTICE: A FICTIVE ESSAY by Stephanie Anderson
  • CHARTING PRACTICE: A FICTIVE ESSAY by Stephanie Anderson
  • CHARTING PRACTICE: A FICTIVE ESSAY by Stephanie Anderson
  • CHARTING PRACTICE: A FICTIVE ESSAY by Stephanie Anderson

CHARTING PRACTICE: A FICTIVE ESSAY by Stephanie Anderson

105 x 138mm, 20 pages, black and white printing, letterpress cover, hand stitch binding, softcover, 2015

Charting Practice: A Fictive Essay, by Stephanie Anderson, is the third essay in the Poetics of the Handmade Series, which asks writer-bookmakers to discuss the whys, hows, and wherefores of micropress publishing. 

Stephanie Anderson is the author of two books of poetry, In the Key of Those Who Can No Longer Organize Their Environments (Horse Less Press) and Variants on Binding (forthcoming, National Poetry Reveiw Press) as well as several chapbooks. She is a former coordinator of the Poetry & Poetics workshop, a former poetry editor of the Chicago Review, and she currently edits the micropress Projective Industries. She earned her BA from the University of Chicago in 2003 and her MFA from Columbia University in 2006. Her awards and honors include a Mellon Foundation B-Side Modernism/Raymond Danowski Poetry Library Fellowship from nonsite.org, an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Dissertation-Year Fellowship from the University of Chicago, and a Sigmund Strochlitz Travel Grant from the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.

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DoubleCross Press

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