Poetry. Everything is food, food, food. Everything is food for thought. It's ubiquitous, enigmatic and they can't trick us with no hot dogmatic. It is food. Everything is food.
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Joseph Mosconi is a writer and taxonomist based in Los Angeles. He co-directs the Poetic Research Bureau and is the author of several books, including ASHENFOLK (Make Now Books, 2019), Renaissance Realism (Gauss PDF, 2016), DEMON MISO/FASHION IN CHILD (Make Now Books, 2015), Fright Catalog (Insert Blanc Press, 2013), and, with Pauline Beaudemont, an artist book called This Arrogant Envelope (FCAC Geneva, 2017). With Rita Gonzalez, he edited the art and poetry journal Area Sneaks. His poems have been selected for the BAX: Best American Experimental Writing anthology in 2014 and 2015. With Andrew Maxwell, he curated an exhibition, "THIS KNOWN WORLD: Spontaneous Particulars of the Poetic Research Bureau" at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, in 2017.Author City: LOS ANGELES, CA USA