The Encyclopedia Project is a groundbreaking literary and visual experience in three volumes, spanning A-Z, featuring experimental prose and visual art by hundreds of contributors. Each volume is a hybrid of the reference book, literary journal, and art book.
Publication Studio Hudson is proud to bring forth the long-awaited final installment in the Encyclopedia Project series, in which editors Katie Aymar, Tisa Bryant and Miranda Mellis present over 200 entries by more than 100 writers and artists, including, among many, many others, A. Igoni Barrett, Samiya Bashir, CA Conrad, John D’Agata, Samuel Delany, Rikki Ducornet, Jewelle Gomez, Lily Hoang, Kevin Killian, kara lynch, Fred Moten, Shahrnush Parsipur, Moniru Ravanipur, Rebecca Solnit, Juliana Spahr, Michelle Tea, Wendy Walters, Simone White, and Ronaldo Wilson.
While supplies last, you can purchase an original hardcover edition copy of Encyclopedia Project Vol. II | F-K for just $10 and have it bundled with your order of Vol. III. Please see ordering options in the dropdown list. All prices include shipping!
Note on Shipping: To keep shipping costs as low as possible on these hefty books, all domestic orders will ship USPS Media Mail, which is a bit slower than First Class or Priority (typically 5-7 business days) but much cheaper. If you need to have your book(s) shipped more quickly please be in touch with us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to work that out. Orders shipped to Canada will go through UPS, the most economical option.
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Praise for Encyclopedia Project Vols. I & II:
"Beautifully designed and slyly smart and funny, Encyclopedia Vol. 2 F–K may come closest to creative nonfiction, but perhaps this is a more honest assessment of how various forms of knowledge come to be assembled." – BOMB
"Creativity and constraint are unlikely artistic bedfellows, but the editors of this handsome volume...prove otherwise." – Rain Taxi
"Whereas Encyclopedia Brittanica tells us that fiction is 'literature created from the imagination, not presented as fact,' the Providence encyclopedists behind the Encyclopedia Project ask, 'What occurs under the sign of fiction?'" – Providence Weekly
For information on the Encyclopedia Project generally please visit encyclopediaproject.net
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