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Susan Howe
TOM TIT TOT


TOM TIT TOT is the first publication by YALE UNION in Portland, a chapbook of recent rectilinear poems by Susan Howe. This publication was printed in the YALE UNION printshop by Emily Johnson in an edition of 500 on a Miehle Vertical V-50 press, and was released to coincide with Howe’s exhibition “TOM TIT TOT” and YALE UNION, October 5–December 1, 2013.

Susan Howe (born June 10, 1937) is an American poet, scholar, essayist and critic, who has been closely associated with the Language poets, among others poetry movements. Her work is often classified as Postmodern because it expands traditional notions of genre (fiction, essay, prose and poetry). Many of Howe’s books are layered with historical, mythical, and other references, often presented in an unorthodox format. Her work contains lyrical echoes of sound, and yet is not pinned down by a consistent metrical pattern or a conventional poetic rhyme scheme.

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“Veneer Magazine is a subscription-based art publication. The magazine is edited by Aaron Flint Jamison and published by MPH.[1] Veneer is distributed domestically by Textfield.[2] Printed annually both in print and published online,[3] Issue 1 was released in 2007 and the final issue, Issue 18, will be available in 2025. Two versions of each printed issue are created, one for subscribers and one for retail outlets. The issues are produced in an edition of 1000 with 300 of that edition being reserved for subscribers and 700 available for retail. Subscriber’s editions also contain additional materials.

Veneer has included contributions from contemporary artists, writers, inventors, technicians, and musicians such as Adrian Piper, George Kuchar, GoodiePal, Lucky Dragons, Elaine Sturtevant, Kevin Kelly and Ray Kurzweil. Veneer is known to fetishize the materials and processes involved in each issue. Past methods have included printing on a variety of paper stocks with unique letterpress and offset techniques, bull-whipping of each individual issue, sprayfoam, embedding of titanium pieces, embedding of cubic zirconia, and application of Brut Deodorant and Chantilly Lace perfume.”

Aaron Flint Jamison (b.1979, Montana) has recently realized solo exhibitions at Artists Space, New York (2013); Cubitt, London (2013); Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva (2012); Artspeak, Vancouver (2012); Air de Paris, Paris (2012); castillo/corrales, Paris (2011); and Open Satellite, Bellevue, Washington (2010). His work will be included in the 2014 Liverpool Biennial, curated by Anthony Huberman and Mai Abu ElDahab. Veneer is in numerous private and public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York. In 2013, Hans Ulrich Obrist named Jamison one of the twenty-seven most important living artists. He co-founded the artist-run center Department of Safety (2002–10) in Anacortes, Washington. Jamison lives and works in Portland, Oregon, where he is the co-founder of the art center Yale Union (YU), and the founder and editor of Veneer.

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THE GARDENS OF PIXAR
ROBIN CARLISS

IGBO VERSES
CHINUA ACHEBE, CHRISTOPHER OKIGBO, CHRIS ABANI, NNOROM AZUONYE, MICHAEL ECHERUO, OKEY NDIBE, MICHAEL MBABUIKE, CHIKE OBI

PLAINTIFFS: RESIDENTS OF YELLOWSTONE COUNTY RIVERBED
DEFENDANTS: EXXONMOBIL OIL CORPORATION, EXXONMOBIL PIPELINE COMPANY, JON R. WETMORE, AND JASON MONTGOMERY

A. CLIFFORD EDWARDS, A. CHRISTOPHER EDWARDS, & JOHN W. EDWARDS

INTERIORS OF 2009 CHEVROLET COBALT SS. YEAR TO YEAR CHANGES OF COBALT, COBALT RECALL HISTORY, AND 2009 COBALT TRIM CHART COMPARISON
A.J. SEAHOLM

SIMULATION AND TESTING OF WAVE-ADAPTIVE MODULAR VESSELS
ANDREW PETERSON & MEHDI AHMADIAN

ULUBURUN SHIPWRECK STOWAWAY HOUSE MOUSE: MOLAR SHAPE ANALYSIS AND INDIRECT CLUES ABOUT THE VESSEL’S LAST JOURNEY
T. CUCCHI

FAIENCE AND GLASS BEADS FROM THE SHIPWRECK AT ULUBURUN
REBECCA SUZANNE INGRAM

VASES
CONSTANCE SPRY

STABILIZATION OF VACCINES AND ANTIBIOTICS IN SILK AND ELIMINATING THE COLD CHAIN
DR. DAVID L. KAPLAN ET AL.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

“Veneer Magazine is a subscription-based art publication. The magazine is edited by Aaron Flint Jamison and published by MPH.[1] Veneer is distributed domestically by Textfield.[2] Printed annually both in print and published online,[3] Issue 1 was released in 2007 and the final issue, Issue 18, will be available in 2025. Two versions of each printed issue are created, one for subscribers and one for retail outlets. The issues are produced in an edition of 1000 with 300 of that edition being reserved for subscribers and 700 available for retail. Subscriber’s editions also contain additional materials.

Veneer has included contributions from contemporary artists, writers, inventors, technicians, and musicians such as Adrian Piper, George Kuchar, GoodiePal, Lucky Dragons, Elaine Sturtevant, Kevin Kelly and Ray Kurzweil. Veneer is known to fetishize the materials and processes involved in each issue. Past methods have included printing on a variety of paper stocks with unique letterpress and offset techniques, bull-whipping of each individual issue, sprayfoam, embedding of titanium pieces, embedding of cubic zirconia, and application of Brut Deodorant and Chantilly Lace perfume.”

Aaron Flint Jamison (b.1979, Montana) has recently realized solo exhibitions at Artists Space, New York (2013); Cubitt, London (2013); Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva (2012); Artspeak, Vancouver (2012); Air de Paris, Paris (2012); castillo/corrales, Paris (2011); and Open Satellite, Bellevue, Washington (2010). His work will be included in the 2014 Liverpool Biennial, curated by Anthony Huberman and Mai Abu ElDahab. Veneer is in numerous private and public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York. In 2013, Hans Ulrich Obrist named Jamison one of the twenty-seven most important living artists. He co-founded the artist-run center Department of Safety (2002–10) in Anacortes, Washington. Jamison lives and works in Portland, Oregon, where he is the co-founder of the art center Yale Union (YU), and the founder and editor of Veneer.

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BRITAIN AWAKE
By Margaret Thatcher

MATHEMATICS OF THE GATEWAY ARCH
By Robert Osserman

USE OF BORON COMPOUNDS IN IRON ORE PELLETIZATION
By Osman Sivirikaya & Ali Ihsan Arol

IMAGE PLATES

3D FIRST-ARRIVAL REGIONAL CALIBRATION MODEL OF NORTHERN EURASIA
By Igor B. Morozov et al.

WAV FILE NOMENCLATURE
By Erik Aadahl

UNTITLED POLAROIDS
by André Kertész

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

“Veneer Magazine is a subscription-based art publication. The magazine is edited by Aaron Flint Jamison and published by MPH.[1] Veneer is distributed domestically by Textfield.[2] Printed annually both in print and published online,[3] Issue 1 was released in 2007 and the final issue, Issue 18, will be available in 2025. Two versions of each printed issue are created, one for subscribers and one for retail outlets. The issues are produced in an edition of 1000 with 300 of that edition being reserved for subscribers and 700 available for retail. Subscriber’s editions also contain additional materials.

Veneer has included contributions from contemporary artists, writers, inventors, technicians, and musicians such as Adrian Piper, George Kuchar, GoodiePal, Lucky Dragons, Elaine Sturtevant, Kevin Kelly and Ray Kurzweil. Veneer is known to fetishize the materials and processes involved in each issue. Past methods have included printing on a variety of paper stocks with unique letterpress and offset techniques, bull-whipping of each individual issue, sprayfoam, embedding of titanium pieces, embedding of cubic zirconia, and application of Brut Deodorant and Chantilly Lace perfume.”

Aaron Flint Jamison (b.1979, Montana) has recently realized solo exhibitions at Artists Space, New York (2013); Cubitt, London (2013); Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva (2012); Artspeak, Vancouver (2012); Air de Paris, Paris (2012); castillo/corrales, Paris (2011); and Open Satellite, Bellevue, Washington (2010). His work will be included in the 2014 Liverpool Biennial, curated by Anthony Huberman and Mai Abu ElDahab. Veneer is in numerous private and public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York. In 2013, Hans Ulrich Obrist named Jamison one of the twenty-seven most important living artists. He co-founded the artist-run center Department of Safety (2002–10) in Anacortes, Washington. Jamison lives and works in Portland, Oregon, where he is the co-founder of the art center Yale Union (YU), and the founder and editor of Veneer.

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