Saturday, April 02, 2016

Kinetic Conflicts in Carson and Kandinsky essay now available in Points, Dot, Line

I am thrilled to announce the publication of Points, Dot, Line: The Dynamics of Punctuation in Text and Image (Cambridge Scholars, 2016, 215pp, hardback edition) edited and introduced by Pascale Tollance and Laurence Petit including my chapter (chapter 4 pp 48-67) titled "Circles and Lines / Limits and Extentions: The Kinetic Conflicts Inherent in Anne Carson's The Life of Towns and Wassily Kandinsky's Point and Line to Plane"

Contributors to this book of essays on text and image include: Sophie Aymes, Pascale Tollance, Hélene Gaillard, Lynn Blin, Valerie Morisson, Claude Maisonnat, Jennifer K Dick, Christelle Serée-Chaussinand, Cathy Roche-Liger, Liliaue Louvel, Chantal Delourme, and  Kerry-Jane Wallart.

Preorder the book at the special rate of 19pounds99 instead of 47pounds (a MAJOR discount!) and see the synopsis here:
You can read the intro and a selection of chapter one at:

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