Frequencies: Volume 1

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Frequencies is a journal of creative or artful essays that aims to reconsider the current nonfiction prescription.

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Vol.1 features original work by Blake Butler on the disintegration of the mind, Joshua Cohen on the origins of the phrase "Open Sesame," Tracy Keaton on groupie-dom and consumer culture, an excerpt from Scott McClanahan's forthcoming memoir Crapalachia, and an interview with Anne Carson.

Also included is Frequencies staple "Andy Bain's Letters to Great Americans." Frequencies: Vol.1 includes a letter from Christopher Hitchens in support of reinstating a revoked North Carolina Public Library card, and correspondence regarding Chalmers Johnson's cat, Mof.

Each issue features original cover artwork and interior illustrations by artist John Gagliano, whose design clients include Warner Music Group, Black Book Magazine, and the clothing line Unruly Heir.

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Author various
Publisher Two Dollar Radio
Page Count 92pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 7.5 x .25
Publication Notes softcover
Publication Date October 2012
ISBN 978-1937512019

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