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4 x 6 p r o s e
Free-verse poems in typecast

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Instead of losing that impromptu poem you wrote last week—which you’re now discovering buried amidst all that jettisoned paper-stock— S U B M I T IT TO “4 x 6 p r o s e”! A publication dedicated to jazzy-prose and free-verse @archivehumanitas.com (a philosophico-literary Group for Interdisciplinary Research)

If you’re that writer selling poems at cafés or, performing at a type-in on Telegraph Ave., this is for you! Submit the gem in minutes.

1. Take your typewritten 4 x 6 Card and Snap a pic (leave a min. 1/4 inch parameter of exposed background; our editors will handling the preparation. Please refrain from precise cropping)

2. Read the “s u b m i t” section @archivehumanitas.com

3. Email image to our Team.

*n o t e : If you’d like to see your poem published with Archive Humanitas’ “4 x 6 p r o s e,” but do not operate a functioning typewriter—our editors are willing, upon acceptance, to transcribe your MS Word document, PDF, etc. Don’t let the medium become a deterrent! We’re here to celebrate analogue, not high-brow people with antiquated technology. Submit your baby as an attachment! And support the Analogue/Typewriter Revolution!


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May 11. Exhibition in typecast: Carolyn Thompson’s After | Burroughs: Syntax

– J. Lucas II, a.k.a., Aesthetarchon

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A collaborative project: Jeffrey Lucas II of archivehumanitas.com and Richard Polt of typewriterrevolution.com

Author: Jeffrey Lucas II

"There is no big secret the ironist hopes to find [...] There are only little mortal things to be rearranged by being redescribed." - Richard Rorty

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