Polizzotti, Mark

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POLIZZOTTI, Mark. American, b. 1957. Genres: Translations, Biography. Career: Translator, editor, and biographer. David R. Godine Publishers, Boston, MA, editorial director, 1993-99; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, director of publications, 1999-. Publications: Lautreamont Nomad, 1994; Revolution of the Mind: The Life of Andre Breton, 1995; (co) S.: A Novel, 1997; The New Life: Poems, 1998. TRANSLATOR: P. Virilio and S. Lotringer, Pure War, 1983; P. Virilio, Speed and Politics, 1986; J. Echenoz, Cherokee, 1987; M. Roche, Compact, 1988; P. Virilio, Popular Defense & Ecological Struggles, 1990; (and ed.) R. Daumal, The Powers of the Word: Selected Essays and Notes, 1927-1943, 1991; J. Echenoz, Double Jeopardy: A Novel, 1993; A. Breton and others, Conversations: The Autobiography of Surrealism, 1993; J. Hoestlandt, Star of Fear, Star of Hope, 1995; J. Echenoz, Plan of Occupancy, 1995; A. Breton, The Lost Steps, 1996; J. Echenoz, Big Blondes, 1997; A. Breton, Anthology of Black Humor, 1997; A. Breton, My Heart through Which Her Heart Has Passed, 1998; M. Duras, Writing, 1998; P. Chamoiseau, Seven Dreams of Elmira, 1999; A. Breton, Break of Day, 1999; J. Echenoz, I'm Gone, 2001. Address: c/o MFA Publications, 465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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